The changes to Australia's social and cultural landscape brought about by the increased immigration from Asian countries in the 1980s and 1990s, as well as by the global economic transformations of that period, have generated among certain people of British background a specific genre of White discourse. This discourse either passively mourns or actively calls for resistance against what it perceives as a statesanctioned assault on the cultural forms that have their roots in the British colonisation of Australia. This is what I will be calling in this chapter the ‘discourse of Anglo decline’.