Give rural people a say
Voters should be asked what we want regarding immigration. Many rural areas have enough problems with unemployment, electricity failures, water restrictions, public violence, and shortages of medical and education facilities.
Who wants more pressure or trouble from different and aggressive cultures now obvious in the big cities?
Senator Fraser Anning is right that residents in the regions should be asked whether we want immigration to increase, be reduced or perhaps even to exclude certain cultural groups.
Worldwide, some cultures are prone to violence, welfare abuse and forcing their will on Western nations, instead of peacefully and productively appreciating Australian ways and working with us.
Uncaring, ill-founded orders from Canberra are not appreciated by rural voters or ratepayers.
Geoff Pickering, Warwick