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Booklet - J.C.A. Dique, 'Immigration: A Policy of Perfidy', Australian League of Rights Seminar, circa 1988 Reg. No: HT 3107
- Booklet titled 'Immigration: A Policy of Perfidy' written by Dr. J.C.A. Dique, published by the Australian League of Rights, circa 1988. In the preface Dique states that the book provides evidence of the following: that the Australian birth rate has fallen as a result of declining marriage rates, which have decreased due to over taxation; that instead of encouraging young people to marry and have families the Australian Government has implemented policies which do the reverse; the Australian Government has encouraged migration to 'man the wheels of industry'; that ABS statistics show the Australian Government is engaging in policies which will destroy national unity, social equality and industrial harmony; and that the Australian Government is creating various frontier-like situations by selling large areas of land to aliens.
Interestingly Dr Dique was himself an immigrant to Australia arriving in 1948 with his wife and children. He was however a British citizen, he was born in Mandalay, Burma to British parents in 1915, and therefore easily able to assimilate with the Australian population.
- A staple-bound booklet written by Dr. J.C.A. Dique. Black text on white paper. Cover is white card with black text and features the outline of the country of Australia in-filled with a blue, red and white Australian flag.
- Acquisition Information:
- Collected from Dr Moya McFadzean - Museum Victoria Collections, Research & Exhibitions, 2002
|Dimensions:||0.6 cm (Height), 20.2 cm (Width), 14.3 cm (Length)|
|Tagged with:||immigration, national identity, white australia policy, immigration debates, immigration policies, multiculturalism, population, assimilation|
|Themes this item is part of:||Getting In, Immigration Museum Exhibition, 2003-2015|
|Secondary Classification:||Community Activity|
IMMIGRATION - A POLICY OF PERFIDY / by / DR. J.C.A. DIQUE, / M.B., B.S., F.R.C.P.A..
|Author:||Dr John Dique, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, circa 1988|
|Publisher:||Australian League of Rights, Australia, circa 1988|
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