Our Position on Multiculturalism


In past decades as much as now, Australians disagreed on many things, but one of the things they could agree on was Multiculturalism. Australians agreed that they did not want a Multicultural Society, and that they supported the “White Australia Policy”. At one time, before the Second World War, even the Catholics supported the “White Australia Policy”.

In the 1970s, a number of politicians, particularly the former Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser, having procured their election to Parliament on the basis of their support for the “White Australia Policy”, made out that they had changed their minds, and now supported a Multicultural Society. Since Labor politicians also supported a Multicultural Society, the public had no avenue to vent their opposition to this change of policy.

However, as the saying goes, “A man convinced against his will is of the same opinion still”. When in 1999 Pauline Hanson started her “One Nation Party” on a platform of opposition to a Multicultural Society, she got about 20 percent of the vote in the Queensland election. Many people who were opposed to a Multicultural Society did not vote for One Nation because they thought a minor party would not have any chance of success. Ms Hanson's crusade against a Multicultural Society only came unstuck when Catholics infiltrated and took over the One Nation Party.

Rather than considering arguments for and against a Multicultural Society, let us consider who is in favour of one. Most Asian countries, including Japan, Korea and China, are not Multicultural Societies. Nobody seriously suggests these countries are racist, or that Europeans should be able to settle in these countries in large numbers. If anyone seriously suggested that Japan should become a Multicultural Society, their government would point to human rights treaties which prevent the destruction of the Japanese as a race.

The main countries that are in favour of being a Multicultural Society are Australia, New Zealand, Britain, Canada, the United States and the European Union. The political situation in these countries is the same as here. People there are traditionally against a Multicultural Society, but their government has imposed this policy on them without consulting them.

Since the Second World War, the Catholic Church in these countries has taught kids at Catholic schools to support a Multicultural Society. Of course, if the Catholic schools had taught kids to support Scientology, or fascism, they would do so with as much enthusiasm as they support a Multicultural Society. So the fact that Catholics support a Multicultural Society cannot be taken as any indication that it is a good idea.

The support by the Catholic Church for a Multicultural Society coincides with an alliance between the Catholic Church and the Jewish community. Before the Second World War, the Catholic Church was extremely hostile to the Jewish community. The Catholic Church used to distribute pamphlets about a document called “The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion” and about how the leaders of the Russian Bolshevik government were mostly Jewish.

Since the Second World War, the Catholic Church has changed its story, and now it says that “The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion” is an anti-Semitic forgery. But before the Second World War, the Catholic Church was saying that the Protocols were genuine. The Protocols describe a conspiracy between the Jewish community and the Freemasons to take over the world. In actual fact, there is no such conspiracy, as everyone knows who has anything to do with the Freemasons.

While there is no “international conspiracy” between the Jewish community and the Freemasons, nevertheless the Catholic Church arranged to have the Freemasons banned in all the countries where they were influential, such as Spain, Italy and Latin America. They also exerted pressure for countries like Australia to refuse to allow Jewish refugees.

“The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion” first came to public attention in the West in 1903, but are supposed to have been discovered by the Russian Government in 1884. The Russian Government and the Catholic Church believed the Protocols to be authentic. While there is no international conspiracy involving the Freemasons, many of the things described in the Protocols have been happening since the Second World War.

In some ways it is difficult to know what is really going on in the world, unless you are able to tap telephones, bug homes and offices, and interrogate people using chemicals. Since we are not able to do these things, we cannot say with any certainty what is really going on. When Solzhenitsyn published his book, “The Gulag Archipelago” about the Soviet concentration camps, he did not really know what was going on, and his book is based on anecdotes he was told by other prisoners. If his book was submitted to an Australian university as a thesis, it would not be regarded as acceptable, although most thinking people believe it to be absolutely true.

We believe that the Protocols were fabricated by the Jewish leaders, and allowed to fall into the hands of the Russian Government, “accidentally on purpose”. The aim of this was so the Protocols would eventually be published worldwide, and people would think the Protocols were authentic. Individual Freemasons who read the Protocols would think that they were supposed to be helping the Jews, and this belief would be good for Jewish businesses. The general public would think the Jews were quite smart, when hitherto they regarded the Jews with great contempt, like people in India regard the lowest Hindu caste of “Untouchables”. Most of all, the document was intended as a serious proposal to the Freemasons, that they enter into the conspiracy as described in the Protocols.

We believe that, during the Second World War, the Vatican became concerned that Hitler would gain control of Europe and take over or ban the Catholic Church. So the Vatican sought to ally itself with other groups opposed to Hitler. Of course, the people most opposed to Hitler were the Jewish community. The Jewish leaders, we believe, when approached by the Vatican, made the same proposal to the Vatican that they had earlier made to the Freemasons, that the Vatican enter into a conspiracy with the Jewish community along the lines described in the Protocols. We believe this proposal was accepted by the Catholic Church and put into effect.

Let us now consider the Jewish attitude to a Multicultural Society. Within Australia, the Jewish community are wholeheartedly in favour of Australia becoming a Multicultural Society. But in Israel, the country is not at all a Multicultural Society. That is basically the complaint of the Palestinians, that the country is not a Multicultural Society, and that they are treated as second-class citizens in their own country.

The Jewish community are quite happy to tell all the countries that support a Multicultural Society that the Jewish community are in favour of a Multicultural Society. But when it comes to their own country of Israel, they have the same policy as in Japan, or as in Australia under the “White Australia Policy”. It is a case of “Do as I say, not as I do”.

To summarize, the people who are promoting a Multicultural Society are not promoting it in good faith. They do not believe a Multicultural Society is a good idea. It is rather like Unilateral Disarmament. Of course Australia's enemies would like Australia to have no military, so that they can more easily invade us, but they have no intention of having no military themselves.

Like any other ethnic group, the majority ethnic group in Australia has a right to continue to exist, now and forever, just as the Japanese ethnic group, and the Jewish ethnic group have a right to continue to exist. Wanting our ethnic group to continue to exist does not make us racists. Taking steps to prevent incompatible people from coming to Australia does not make us racists, any more than it makes Japanese people or Israeli people racists when they do exactly the same thing.

Consider “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy by J.R.R. Tolkien. This is about an imaginary ideal country called “The Shire”. Imagine if Orcs lived in the Shire. That would obviously not be a good thing. But a Multicultural Society is based on the premise that people should not distinguish between Orcs and Hobbits, and that Orcs ought to be able to live in the Shire. If Orcs existed in reality, we may be sure that the Catholic Church would be encouraging them to migrate to Australia, and would be fomenting a war in the Orcs’ country to force Orcs to become refugees.