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The Australian's Adam Creighton said over the last five-year numbers of people moving from China has increased by 50 per cent while the Indian migrant rate has risen to 56 per cent. #Credlin

11.9.2019

The Australian's Adam Creighton said over the last five-year numbers of people moving from China has increased by 50 per cent while the Indian migrant rate has risen to 56 per cent. Credlin

Australia's permanent migration levels have dropped to their lowest in a decade under the Morrison government, however, net overseas migration sits at 230,000 - the highest in our history.\n\nSpeaking to Sky News The Australian's Adam Creighton said over the last five-year numbers of people moving from China has increased by 50 per cent while the Indian migrant rate has risen to 56 per cent.\n\nMr Creighton said if we were to assume growth continues at the same rate over the next five years, 'the Chinese-born population could exceed the English born population in Australia for the first time'.\n\nOver the past five years, the rate of growth for the Indian-born population was around 56 per cent - about nine times faster than the overall population.\n\nHe said the “skew” of the “generous” immigration program is shifting to the lower-skilled, which sees downward pressure on wages for low-skilled jobs across the board.\n\n

Australia's permanent migration levels have dropped to their lowest in a decade under the Morrison government, however, net overseas migration sits at 230,000 - the highest in our history. Speaking to Sky News The Australian's Adam Creighton said over the last five-year numbers of people moving from China has increased by 50 per cent while the Indian migrant rate has risen to 56 per cent. Mr Creighton said if we were to assume growth continues at the same rate over the next five years, "the Chinese-born population could exceed the English born population in Australia for the first time". Over the past five years, the rate of growth for the Indian-born population was around 56 per cent - about nine times faster than the overall population. He said the “skew” of the “generous” immigration program is shifting to the lower-skilled, which sees downward pressure on wages for low-skilled jobs across the board.

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Indians taking over and no complaints!!! Balance is needed in our immigration policy Just noting to ato how much money flows out of Australia via overseas banks that are here This is a disaster. We are being ethnically cleansed, close the borders now We’re at the bottom end of Asia, so it’s only natural that we’re going to get a lot of new citizens from China and India, as these countries become more affluent.

Disgusting. In other words we're slowly being invaded until we're outnumber. Sky News pretending like race means anything…

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Gladys Liu is ‘a walking time bomb’ for the Liberal Party | Sky News AustraliaSenator Kimberley Kitching says Liberal MP Gladys Liu is “a walking time bomb” for the Liberal Party and suspects “there is more to come about her”.\n\nIn an interview with Sky News host Andrew Bolt, Ms Liu failed to explain why her name appeared on documents from a council with connections to Chinese political influence operations.\n\nMs Liu has been under scrutiny over alleged links to the Communist Party of China.\n\nImage: News Corp Australia Dodgy this woman. Our political system is under attack by the communist Chinese. Our weak politicians are making it easy for the Chinese. It’s time to make our stand against the communists & communism. It’s bad enough AustralianLabor is moving towards communism. Time for a royal commission!

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