Australians Against Further Immigration
(AAFI) was an Australian political party who described themselves as "eco-nationalists" and were against positive net immigration
. The party was founded in 1989 and registered in 1990 by Rodney and Robyn Spencer, the parents of actor Jesse Spencer
. It ceased to exist in 2008.
According to AAFI:
<blockquote>"Australia's immigration policy is disastrous, proceeding as if there is no balance of payment problem, no foreign debt and no geographical or environmental constraints to population growth. Continued immigration will finally and irreversibly alter the natural and urban environment, economic viability and attitudes and culture of our nation.<BR><BR>
The people have not been consulted on, or given their consent to, the interwoven policies of immigration and multiculturalism. It is now time for Australians to demand their democratic rights, reclaim their sovereignty and demand a say in the future of their nation.<BR><BR>Australians Against Further Immigration want immigration drastically reduced to zero net. That is, out immigration numbers should merely replace those permanently leaving Australia each year - historically running between 20,000and 30,000. At this policy of institutionalised, publicly funded multiculturalism should be scrapped."</blockquote>
AAFI regularly stood candidates at both state and federal level, but never won a seat. The party was criticised by opponents as... Read More