Australia’s last surviving statesman explains how a proposed, huge agricultural project at Georgetown in Far North Queensland is being promoted by Keith De Lacey a former ALP State Treasurer. Mr DeLacey was chairman of MacArthur Coal and the Cubby Station group which, amid wide controversy sold out to China.

Bob Katter predicts the 60,000 ha(150,000 acre)  Gilbert River irrigation project at Georgetown will end up in Chinese Government hands.