White Nation : Fantasies of White Supremacy in a Multicultural Society
The Algerians in France, the Indians and Pakistanis in Britain, Hispanics in the US, the "Asians" in Australia - throughout the West, immigration debates are highlighting White anxiety about the non-European and fanning new forms of White neo-Fascism, from Pauline Hanson's "One Nation party" in Australia, to le Pen's "Front National" in France. But to what extent is the desire for a White nation limited to those condemned as "racist"? Do the tolerant, White defenders of multiculturalism share common ground with the racists of One Nation? This look at the Australian experience shows how, in the face of one of the most diverse immigration programmes the world has seen, successive governments have told White Australians that they would lose nothing from multiculturalism. But on the ground where the people live, the processes of migrant settlement have changed neighbourhoods, challenged White control and created migrant demands for real power-sharing and a White backlash.
- Paperback | 280 pages
- 25 Mar 1999
- Comerford & Miller
- West Wickham, United Kingdom
- bibliography, index
Table of contents
Evil White nationalists 1; evil White nationalists 2; good White nationalists; ethnic caging; White multiculturalism; White national zoology; ecological nationalism; the spectre of cosmopolitan Whiteness; the destruction of the "White Race"; from "Immigration Debates" to White neo-Fascism.