There is no “us”, as migrants form colonies, by Andrew Bolt.
There is no “us” any more, as a tidal wave of immigrants sweeps away what’s left of our national identity. …
Once we might have assumed that such migrants — just like my own parents — would assimilate into the wider “us”.
We’d still be able to recognise Australia and talk about what “we” wanted and believed.
But something has changed and no longer can we assume Australians share anything but territory.
Immigration is becoming colonisation, turning this country from a home into a hotel.
We are clustering into tribes that live apart from each other and often do not even speak the same language in the street.
I don’t remember voting for this, or against it for that matter. Who is responsible?