Why couldn't whites populate Australia?

The population Australia should have had was 250 million at the very least if Australia was to populate as much as america.
Why wasn't anyone able to population that extremely high quality fertile land with sea access around the edges?

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  1. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Because we aren't dysgenic breeders like you walking abortions

  2. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Non-Whites aren't human and should not be considered in populstion studies.
    They also should not be imported into other countries and any that make their way there should be exterminated like other invasive exotic animals. They should also be subjected to culling whenever their population begins to exceed an ecosystems natural carrying capacity.
    Unironically

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      even if you don't include nonwhites, Americans have populated to a fair extent and they are the richest country in the world. It seems fair to do what they did.
      If you distributed the world population so Americans got their fair share then they'd be at 810 million. But they're at 340 million instead which is 41%.
      Australians would be at 656 million but they're only at 25 million. Australiens are using 4% of their carrying capacity, while Americans use 41%.

      Why didn't they breed? adding another 250 million Australians would probably raise Australian living standards the same way America is better than Australia today

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        >adding another 250 million Australians would probably raise Australian living standards the same way America is better than Australia today
        Don't worry, the chinese will help them

  3. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Because Britons didn't want to live there, and Australians were so racist and moronic that the White Australia Policy banned Whites too for political reasons.

  4. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Ireland
    So where did the irish frick up? They were growing potatoes everywhere because they were more efficient and got themselves fricked up by blight because their diet had became potato or nothing. Their population back then was actually higher than now. Should they really give it a second try?

  5. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    it's mostly desert in the center right?

  6. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    With what water? Australian deserts are so big and harsh that they weren't even properly charted and explored until aerial surveys in the 1930's. Before that, expeditions were done on Saharan-style camel trains.

  7. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Why couldn't whites populate Australia?

    I'm under the general impression that Australia has two problems:
    1. They had an extremely racist period where only Englishmen, from Englishland, were considered white and they denied entry to really any other type of white ethnic group. Italians, Scandis, Eastern-Europeans, Americans, Canadians, none of these people were white enough for the ex-penal colony.
    This is funny and annoying in retrospect because Australia, at the moment, I've heard has a pretty bad housing affordability issue, AND is getting flooded with Asian Immigrants in a bid to play "catch up". From what I understand after WW2 Australia had a change of heart about how they maybe did need to populate their empty sandy island for security reasons. Japan really scared the shit out of them.

    2. Australians have gotten their hand burnt one too many times on the ecological terraforming stove and are now a little, understandably, squeamish about making big changes to their island continent biosphere. They introduced cactuses, rabbits, and toads, and each organism produced a subsequent biblical plague (the cactus one was my favorite. Really neat. I've never seen cacti grow so fricking aggressively.). And big changes, specifically *big irrigation* changes are what would be needed to change the outlook of Australia.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Australians want to preserve their system now? I noticed when I went, they don't even let you take hiking boots into the country for fear of contamination.
      what about settling the entire coast?
      is there ecology to save there too?

  8. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Why wasn't anyone able to population that extremely high quality fertile land with sea access around the edges?
    Arrived too late
    Australians only had 3-4 generations on the continent before the demographic transition of the late 19th-early 20th century
    If it had been settled a century or two earlier like North America it would be far more populated.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      does this mean Australia is massively undervalued and buying land there and moving there is one of the best things you can do if you wanna have billionaire descendants?

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        No because it's no longer the 19th century where wealth equals arable land.

  9. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >A lot of it isn’t habitable
    >Had a very restrictive immigration policy until the 1970’s
    >After the Victorian gold rush ended it didn’t offer a lot to immigrants until really post ww2
    You could even argue it’s overpopulated in modern day relative to its water supplies and worsening infrastructure.

  10. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    is that stuff just immigration propaganda (including for Argentina) and third worldist cope? I would hope it's true though

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >is that stuff just immigration propaganda (including for Argentina) and third worldist cope? I would hope it's true though

      Australia is unironically a little under-populated.
      Australia doesn't need HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS of additional people, but it has a population of only 25 million, for an entire island continent, and there's some argument that this stifles the economic and industrial growth of the nation. Australia 'could' be underdeveloped is the idea. It's also already been said, but the Australian government has always been a little nervous and perceived their lack of population as a security issue when it comes to just how numerous other South East Asian peoples are.

      This is just my armchair advice, but it wouldn't hurt for Australia to do some of the following things:
      -Look into some of those irrigation river schemes they were talking about during the 30's and 50's. The interior is too fricking dry and maybe it doesn't have to be. It's "current year", surely somebody knows how to build a river at this point?
      -"Maybe" think about how they could double the population. Don't go crazy. Don't go goofy nutso. Don't just import 30 million people from fricking China. Just do a little bit of Social Studies homework and see how one could 'equitably' see that number go up reasonably. Are there enough homes? Is the price of food okay? Is the infrastructure ready for more people?

  11. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Australia is full

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >the second most valuable land mass after America is full when it's empty

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