'28,000 Kiwi immigrants per annum'. "Remember, Blue, when the big threat was the yellow peril invading our northern coast?" "Yep! And now it's the over-taxed hoards flooding across our eastern seaboard!!" 5 February, 2008
Reference Number: DCDL-0005291
Shows two Australian men wearing black singlets and hats with corks, sitting out on the verandah having a beer and discussing the news. In the background is a little group of Aborigines. A headline in the newspaper that on of them holds says that 28,000 Kiwis are coming over to Australia each year. They discuss the similarity between the Chinese 'yellow peril' invading from the north and the over-taxed New Zealand 'hoards' arriving from the east. They see the two groups in a similar prejudiced way.
1 image, categorised under Cartoons (Commentary) and Digital images, related to Xenophobia, Australians, New Zealand - Foreign relations - Australia, Asians - New Zealand - Public opinion, Emigration and immigration, Beer, Chinese - New Zealand, New Zealanders - Australia and Prejudices.
Tremain, Garrick, 1941-:[Includes all digital cartoons published in the Otago Daily Times from 25 July 2005 onwards plus a selection from December 2004 to July 2005], Reference Number DC-Group-0022 (628 digitised items)
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