Anglosaxons wieder allen voran

England brex-it, America first und jetzt auch Australien und Neuseeland: Jobs zuerst an Einheimische und besser kontrollierte Einwanderung: „Get the mix right“.

Es schreibt „Il Giornale“: <Da oggi, infatti, sarà più difficile ottenere un visto permanente dall’altra parte del mondo, ma non impossibile. Il primo ministro australiano, Malcolm Turnbull, ha recentemente annunciato: „Il lavoro prima agli australiani“. E ha abolito da un giorno all’altro uno dei visti più utilizzati dagli italiani (e non solo) per lavorare in Australia: il famoso 457, un contratto di lavoro di due o quattro anni, che portava alla residenza permanente e che quindi era una delle strade preferite da circa 550 italiani l’anno, per realizzare l’Australian dream.>

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„The Guardian“: “Australians must have priority for Australian jobs – so we’re abolishing the [class] 457 visas, the visas that bring temporary foreign workers into our country,” Turnbull said in announcing the change. “We’ll no longer let 457 visas be passports to jobs that could and should go to Australians.” That rhetoric was tempered, however, with: “It’s important that businesses still get access to the skills they need to grow and invest. So the 457 visa will be replaced by a new temporary visa specifically designed to recruit the best and the brightest in the national interest.”

But Australia’s move to tighten migration is also part of a broader global – in particular anglophone – trend. (Meine Hervorhebung)

The Trump administration has announced it will overhaul the US’s H-1B temporary skilled migration program, while the UK’s vote to leave the European Union was motivated, in significant part, by a desire to restrict migration into that country. Australia’s neighbour, New Zealand, is reportedly set to announce changes to its immigration program on Wednesday, including measures to “control the flows and get the mix right”.

Nach EU-Lesart würden sich diese Länder „abschotten“. Tun sie aber nicht. Der weltweite Wettbewerb um die besten Leute hat nur jetzt eine neue Stufe erklommen. Verlierer ist, wer das Allerweltseinerlei aufnimmt, behält und durchfüttert. So sieht und will es das englische Gesetz des „fittest to survive“.

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