Last weekend German chancellor Angela Merkel made some comments that would have been unbelievable just a year ago.

While speaking at a meeting of young members of her Christian Democratic Union (CDU) last Saturday, Markel said that allowing hundreds of thousands of people from different cultural backgrounds to live alongside Germans without properly integrating into the society was a mistake, Reuters reports.

“This (multicultural) approach has failed, utterly failed,” Merkel said at a meeting in Potsdam.

In the early 1990s when multiculturalism leapt from the infected petri dish of university make believe world to the halls of polite bureaucracy, nobody really considered for a moment whether or not this new scheme was in any way shape or form realistic. It took only a few short years for the bureaucrats to convince their political masters that this here multicultural stuff was the hot ticket to political glory and longevity, and goddammit, they weren’t wrong.

But 30 years later the wheels have come off the multicultural cart. Merkel is a lying marxist piece of shit, so anything that she says we have to take with a truckload of sodium. But still, she said it and she knew that it would make the news. Perhaps she is just desperately trying to stay in front of the cart as it changes direction.

A pity that our betters in Australia plow on with the disaster no matter what contrary evidence presents itself.

The influx of incompatible foreigners to Australian shores continues apace with no end in sight. They come with government permission by the hundreds of thousands every year. They come primarily from China and India and they are mostly uneducated peasants that speak little English while clutching their Australian degrees which gained them access to this piece of paper labeled citizenship. They wave those pieces of paper with proud dedication to the multicultural cause, as unlike the native Australian progressives behind this betrayal, the invaders at least have skin in the game.

Now that the cities are full and bursting at the seams with infrastructure more suited to populations half the current size, the rush is on to repopulate the regional areas with as many incompatible foreigners as possible.

Scott Morrison has increased the regional visa cap to 25,000 places following a surge in migrants moving outside the major cities.

New data reveals spikes in visas granted in regional centres across the nation, with the number of ­migrants moving to Queensland jumping by 233 per cent, in ­addition to major increases in South Australia and Tasmania, ­between July and September.

The 124 per cent growth in ­regional visas granted, compared with the same period last year, was on track to exceed the existing 23,000 cap, prompting the Prime Minister to expand the program.

Mr Morrison, who has come under pressure from Nationals MPs demanding more support for drought-hit economies, said the government was backing “our ­regions”.

“We’re using our migration program to back our regions to grow to take the population pressure off our major capital cities, and by supporting strong regions we’re creating an even stronger economy for Australia,” he said.

“These changes will boost the appeal for so many cities and ­regional centres that are looking to grow their population to support local services like schools and healthcare, while attracting new workers and students, meaning more jobs and more investment.”

So much delusion in so few words. The lie that immigrants grow an economy has been busted time and time again but our great leaders are not interested in truth. Parts of Australia are suffering under a decade long drought, with some towns coming close to running out of water. Just how throwing more people into the mix will make things better is left unsaid. It is the second great lie of multiculturalism – more people is better and better!

Nobody ever gives a thought to the unsustainable nature of this belief. At what point is the end point? At what point do we arrive at enough numbers to “grow our economy”? Hint: Ponzi schemes never conclude; they only collapse.

In addition to increasing ­regional visa places, the government has determined the Gold Coast and Perth would no longer be classified as major cities.

This means that all locations outside of Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane will have access to the 25,000 visa places and priority processing. International graduates who live in these regional ­locations will be eligible to apply for more time in Australia on a post-study work visa.

Under the Coalition migration package, the government has ­reduced the permanent migration cap from 190,000 to 160,000 ­places, which includes the regional visas.

Perth’s population is now over 2 million people, but in the land of fantasy multiculturalism these sort of facts are useless in the face of the burning desire to imitate our betters in Europe. Angela can bring in 4 million North Africans? Hell, we can do better than that!

The great problem with Australia’s geographical isolation is that we are slow to catch on to when the wind changes. We’re still plowing on with the great multicultural disaster while Europe is already understanding that it is all a gigantic mistake. There are enough native Germans to ethnically survive what Merkel and her minions wrought on the country. Australia will not be so fortunate.