Australia is a country that has much in common with the United States, including many of the same problems. We share a common Anglo-Saxon heritage,  with its many positive features that have formed successful societies, which others wish to join.

On the negative side, Anglo-Saxon societies in recent years have displayed a particular propensity toward suicidal multiculturalism and mass immigration, with predictable results. So in both the U.S. and Australia there is mass immigration, failure to assimilate, ethnic discord and a disdain for the core majority population.

One problem Australia has solved, however, is the entrance of illegal aliens.  What can we learn from Australia’s example?

For the entire blog entry, click here.

Blog entry by Allan Wall, published on VDARE.COM on August 6th, 2014.