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If you look at the history of white settlement, the Chinese have no argument in regards to us taking the land over from the natives!|
The Chinese were also here at the same time, and would have done the exact same thing!
That's why the government introduced the "White Australia Policy" back then, it sounds racist, but it was to stop the Chinese who were literally overtaking the country. Seems like it was a racist policy, but the government of the time had to take drastic measures or Australia would have become overrun by Chinese. China would have done the exact same thing if it had been the other way around.
Just imagine if the government at the time hadn't introduced the policy.
There would be no kangaroos or koalas today, Chinese would have wiped them out and eaten them all.
There would be no Great Barrier Reef, the Chinese would have cleaned out everything that lives and grows in the sea.
The country would be over-populated and over-polluted, something that the country cannot sustain as most of the country is desert and requires a relatively small population to sustain itself along the coastlines where the main population is living.
There would have been even more problems amongst Chinese and aborigines than with the whites. The aborigines in the north of Australia were cannibals and actually enjoyed the taste of the Chinese over white people (true story!) At least the whites back then had guns to defend themselves, the Chinese didn't. Whites actually helped out a lot of Chinese from getting eaten back in the gold rush days, even though there were problems between the whites and the Chinese also, the whites felt sorry for them getting eaten and would help fend off the aborigines from the Chinese camps.
And now, as a result of this, Australia is a country with a sustainable population that now allows all immagrants and races, it still has it's beautiful nature and animals and plenty of fish in the sea. China would have bled the place dry.