“China has no right to lecture us on environmental management because if our reef were in their hands, it’d be the largest military base on the planet,” George Christensen said.
“The Red Guards destroyed anything that is not Communist — statues, books and anything else, we were also encouraged to report on each other, just like the Student Equity Ambassador program and the bias reporting system.”
While Hollywood fought their pretend war against a pretend enemy, they continued to align themselves with real ones.
The west is in need of a major attitude adjustment when it comes to China. We cannot afford to continually ignore China’s belligerent and deceitful actions, and we must do what we can to break our economic dependence on them.
“If you remain silent when you ought to speak out against them, then your silence is tantamount to betrayal.”
No Australian wants a war with the Communist Chinese Party or its indoctrinated Marxist minions, but it’s treasonous to advocate we walk around ignorant of the drums of war.
“Biological weapons will not only cause widespread morbidity and mass casualties, but also induce formidable psychological pressures that could affect combat effectiveness,” the document states.
“The Australian Government must wake up and face this national security threat, lest we continue to witness the demise of our national sovereignty, and the escalation of foreign interference.”
China’s new ‘thing’ is to accuse the West of racism every time it attempts to criticise humanitarian violations and breaches of international law.
Rather than watch the slow erosion of their burgeoning society by the feminization of their men, China is actively seeking to push back against it, from within high levels of their government.
It seems as a nation we’re more vulnerable when we put too many of our economic eggs into the one basket. That vulnerability is exacerbated when the basket is woven by a totalitarian communist state that uses trade as a political weapon.
This week marks the death of one of the worst screw-ups in Australian political history.
The Chinese Communist Party is set to introduce tighter regulations and more state control of Christian ministry in China, including a database of authorised church leaders with strict requirements.