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Why Australia and New Zealand Should Become
States of the United States of America By William Rapier


Australia is fast being absorbed into Asia, primarily China, by both a massive Asian-dominated immigration program (proportionately the latest per capita in the West), and by foreign ownership. A Chinese firm even owns the Port of Darwin in the north and the United States military have viewed this with great strategic concern. Australia is thus set to become swallowed up by China. Chinese influence now extends right to the top of the political tree: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-09-28/former-australia-ambassador-to-china-warns-government-of-beijing/7885140.

Australia is of vital security value to the United States, and the US is right to view the current political direction of Australia with concern, as this country is defecting from the West: http://www.theage.com.au/news/Gerard-Henderson/The-torn-country-fact-or-a-sign-of-alienation/2004/12/20/1103391697959.html. While the idea has not been circulated here, Americans should consider the merits of Australia and New Zealand becoming part of the United States.

Australia as a state of America would offer the US a vital security projection into the South East Asian region. The northern region of Australia could become home to US military forces and US nuclear missiles. If a nuclear exchange did occur, it would probably be better for relatively lower populated Australian cities to be destroyed than US cities. It would be a tragedy for any American city to be nuked, however bad you perceive them to be. But a few bombs on Sydney and Melbourne could only improve them, they are such shitholes.

Australia is rich in mineral resources, such as uranium, which could be put to good use by the United States. At present Australia sells it to India who promises not to use it for nuclear missiles. Australia is rich in many resources and minerals.

At worst, Australia has lots of geologically stable desert land. The US could use its technology to construct safe depositories for its hot nuclear waste.

Australians would take some getting used to the idea of becoming Americans, yet our former British heritage is gone, our prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, who is Jewish, is a Republican who wants to end Australia’s constitutional monarchy. The elites all champion “being part of Asia” and institutions such as the universities have academics paid out of tax payer’s money to spit on Australian traditions, deemed “racist.” There is no freedom of speech or effective right of self defense. The American constitution is far superior to our own “enabling document” which was just banged together to get business going, not to protect freedoms by creating a free society. The election of even a Donald Trump, is utterly impossible in this country.

If Australians had any fuckin’ sense at all, they would have become a state of America after World War II, instead of engaging in a “populate or perish” immigration program, which had no chance of defending the country in a nuclear age, and just created a multicult. Hopefully, it is not too late for us to become part of what is still the greatest nation on earth, even given all its problems.

The first set is to convince Americans that this is the way to go.

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deuceJanuary 25, 2017 12:53 PM UTC

I'm fine with this. My mom's great-grandparents (originally Irish emigrants) came from Australia to the US. Robert E. Howard considered Oz to be the last bastion of "true white men" and thought about emigrating. The country would require some uncucking, however.
Jeremy BenthamJanuary 25, 2017 1:30 AM UTC

“Canada according to this confederation, and adjoining in the measures of the United States, shall be admitted into, and entitled to all the advantages of this Union; but no other colony shall be admitted into the same, unless such admission be agreed to by nine States.” - Article XI, The Articles of Confederation, 1777, the USA’s first constitution.

A noble aspiration. We Americans are certainly sympathetic to the plight of conservative white people in Australia, William. But first things first. America must save itself before it will be in a position to save any other of its Anglosphere brethren. What individual Americans can do for Australia now is to buy plenty of extra guns and ammunition, so when it comes time to “Send a Gun to Defend an Australian Home” we will have plenty to ship over. With the stipulation that unlike the Brits, who were the recipients of similar grass roots assistance at the beginning of WWII, you DO NOT dump them all in the ocean after the time of danger is passed. https://www.americanrifleman.org/articles/2015/5/28/throwback-thursday-send-a-gun-to-defend-a-british-home/ The journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step.