Population, Immigration Policy, Greed, Racism
The December quarter increase of just 0.41 per cent is lower than at any time during the financial crisis.
Materialism, not migrants, the real issue. THE answer to creating a sustainable Australia lies in more than simply reducing immigration, say talented Melbourne musicians Aminata Doumbia and William Kadima, both recent migrants from Africa. And reining in the country’s increasing materialism could be a start.
”I think there are many things that people can do to protect the environment,” says Ugandan-born Doumbia, who performs in African reggae group Blak Roots with Kadima.
”People want to drive expensive cars, people are very materialistic, you know what I mean? This is how I view it, it’s not fair to just point on the migrants.