Democracy + Immigration = Subjugation


President Trump is making noises about purchasing Greenland, a better case of misnaming of which is difficult to find. It’s a strategic call for control of the Arctic but there’s also a lot of mineral wealth in the region, especially uranium. But I saw this little quote the other day which I found interesting:

Greenland says it is not for sale. On a humorous note, 4Chan wants Trump to give us the word, and 70,000 of us will migrate illegally to Greenland, take it over demographically, and then vote to secede, and join the US. Ironically, it would work.

Ironically it’s working in many other countries around the world, but Australia in particular. Import hordes of incompatible people and give them the right to vote. What could possibly go wrong? Well, you quickly begin to lose the very aspects of your country that attracted the immigrants in the first place. But because they are in such high numbers they operate with a herd mentality, and elections are no different. Large numbers of immigrants cluster together because they have no other choice if they want to get ahead. The leaders emerge and then coerce, bully, or threaten their countrymen into voting along a certain line. This is in exchange for rewards for the cultural leaders from traitorous native Australians. The traitorous Australians ensure the short term political victory of their party in exchange for the long term loss of their country’s heritage and cultural identity.

This is exactly what is happening in Australia. We were mad to import such high numbers of immigrants and we were even stupider to give them the vote so they could “democratically” change the fabric of our country to suit them. But the most stupid thing that we did was to allow them to stand for Federal parliament after obtaining citizenship by way of a piece of paper.

Citizenship by paper is not just a fraud, it is a betrayal. The only citizenship that counts of any country in the world is by blood heritage. Many other countries understand that implicitly, but the West has almost collectively forgotten this critical truth.

The men who wrote the Australian constitution understood this truth only too well. This is why they inserted Section 44(i) which reads as follows:

44. Any person who –

(i.) Is under any acknowledgement of allegiance, obedience, or adherence to a foreign power, or is a subject or a citizen or entitled to the rights or privileges of a subject or citizen of a foreign power: or
(ii.) Is attainted of treason, or has been convicted and is under sentence, or subject to be sentenced, for any offence punishable under the law of the Commonwealth or of a State by imprisonment for one year or longer: or
(iii.) Is an undischarged bankrupt or insolvent: or
(iv.) Holds any office of profit under the Crown, or any pension payable during the pleasure of the Crown out of any of the revenues of the Commonwealth: or
(v.) Has any direct or indirect pecuniary interest in any agreement with the Public Service of the Commonwealth otherwise than as a member and in common with the other members of an incorporated company consisting of more than twenty-five persons:

shall be incapable of being chosen or of sitting as a senator or a member of the House of Representatives.

Not only did our ancestors know a thing or two, they knew a whole lot more than us. But they did miss one trick; while clause (i.) is extremely important, all individual has to do to pass this is to renounce his citizenship or right to citizenship of a foreign power. As events have played out this is insufficient. Instead what is required is a complete banning of any immigrants entering parliament at all as well as persons born to immigrants in Australia. I would posit that at least four generations of ancestors in Australia would be the bare minimum required for people to be eligible to sit in parliament.

In that regard this should also be extended to those who are allowed to vote for our representatives. Just how is it possible that people with an allegiance to a foreign power are not permitted to enter parliament but those same people may freely vote in Australian elections? If you wish to retain your national sovereignty then you must limit the right to vote to blood citizens. Either that or renounce democracy for another form of government.

Because the combination of democracy with unfettered immigration is the eventual and inevitable collapse of a nation through the ballot box. It is a peaceful invasion and subjugation but it is subjugation nonetheless. And it remains peaceful until those who have taken over feel that being civil no longer suits them.

Josh Frydenberg. Sounds German. Source.

Section 44 (i.) is a thorn in the side of those who would see Australia fall. Today’s headline in The Australian: Section 44 trap is irrational and should be axed. Note that it is written by an immigrant or child of immigrants herself, one Kim Rubenstein.

The blaze of offence triggered by the challenge to Josh Frydenberg’s election — with suggestions of anti-Semitism lingering still — is misplaced. The offender is section 44(i) of the Constitution and parliament’s failure to address it, not the motives of those lawfully contesting his or other politicians’ right to sit in the parliament. With section 44(i) providing an opening, all sorts of unpleasant nasties, with all sorts of motivations, can clamour through it and cause havoc. The key is to close it off, and that ­requires parliamentary will.

A Jew arguing that Australians change their constitution to suit her fellow Jew and allow them along with other racial groups to continue the subjugation of our country really is the icing on the cake. It is but another step to collapse – we invite them in, we let them vote, we let them sit in parliament and now we let them change our constitution to suit their own ends?

Democracy + Immigration = Subjugation.

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