Is obnoxious Senator Penny Wong a double agent for China?

Shadow Foreign Affairs Minister Penny Wong has accused the federal government of endangering Australia’s relationship with China by using alarmist rhetoric for domestic political gain. 

In an address to a Canberra book launch, Senator Wong said Prime Minister Scott Morrison had been indulging in political opportunism in foreign affairs.

Labor senator, Penny Wong, and her wife, Sophie Allouache, welcomed their first child on December 11. Their daughter is named Alexandra, which is Sophie’s middle name.

“My concern is that not only does he not fully comprehend Australia’s interests in relation to China, he doesn’t even seek to,” she said.

“It’s always about the domestic political advantage — either in the internal fights within the Liberal Party in pandering to the far right, or in seeking to pursue some partisan advantage over the Labor Party.”

Senator Wong also took aim at Home Affairs secretary Mike Pezzullo over his comments that free nations are once again hearing “the beating drums” of war.

“Today, as free nations again hear the beating drums and watch worryingly the militarisation of issues that we had, until recent years, thought unlikely to be catalysts for war, let us continue to search unceasingly for the chance for peace while bracing again, yet again, for the curse of war,” Mr Pezzullo told staff in an Anzac Day message last month. 

He also said Australia should strive to reduce the likelihood of war “but not at the cost of our precious liberty”.

Mr Pezzullo’s comments came days after Defence Minister Peter Dutton said conflict over Taiwan should not be discounted as tensions between the US and China rise in the Pacific.

Senator Wong called that rhetoric unhelpful, and said inflating the threat of war would serve China’s purposes. 

“Two of the people most responsible for keeping Australians safe are instead talking tough for political purposes, and in doing so they are playing directly into the CPC’s narrative and providing Beijing with the leverage that comes with a sense of inevitability about crisis, conflict and war,” she said.

“The first job of national leaders is the safety of their citizens. Our leaders do not make us safe by beating the drums of war with China.

“Foreign policy should not be the prosecution of domestic politics by other means because, as I’ve said, in diplomacy words matter.”

Australia’s relationship with China has deteriorated sharply over the past year, as the country hit local exports with a wide range of trade barriers after Australia called for an independent investigation into the origins of COVID-19.

The federal government also tore up Victoria’s controversial Belt and Road Initiative agreement with China last month, prompting China to freeze activities under its Strategic Economic Dialogue with Australia. 

Fiery independent MHR, Bob Katter accuses Wong of stoking the China fire

“A Chinese Communist Party diplomat had a picture of an Australian solider slitting the throat of a child posted on twitter,” Mr Katter said

“They had on Chinese state media, which is government controlled, Australia should be bombed.

“Penny, is it really us stoking the fires?

“What has Morrison said?

“What has Dutton said?

“You might accuse me of stoking the fires. Well that’s because in the last major war they were prepared to give North Queensland to the enemy, Japan.

“Was it China or Australia who imposed trade bans on the other country?

“Drew Pavlou and his mates were having a peaceful protest at the University of Qld for Hong Kongers and Uighurs. Did they stoke the fire?

“Or was it the Chinese thugs who attacked them on campus during their peaceful demonstration.

“Penny Wong’s statements are outrageous.

“If things unfold as people are predicting they will unfold, then her comments will be remembered, just as those people who were selling iron ore to Japan before the 2nd World War.”

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Posted on May 20, 2021, in China, Chinese Control, General and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. crisscross767

    Not many could understand this –

    PROTOCOL No. 3

    16. At the present day we are, as an international force, invincible, because if attacked by some we are supported by other States. It is the bottomless rascality of the GOYIM peoples, who crawl on their bellies to force, but are merciless towards weakness, unsparing to faults and indulgent to crimes, unwilling to bear the contradictions of a free social system but patient unto martyrdom under the violence of a bold despotism – it is those qualities which are aiding us to independence. From the premier- dictators of the present day, the GOYIM peoples suffer patiently and bear such abuses as for the least of them they would have beheaded twenty kings.


  2. crisscross767

    I wonder what Scott from marketing has done?

    UPDATED: March 9, 2021: RFK Jr’s Website just reported the issue I discuss below. This is the astounding information that Pfizer is demanding sovereign nations put up their national military installations as “collateral for the mRNA Gene Altering injections!…………


  3. Andrew Mackinnon

    Notable people and entities who have encouraged Australia to trade with China, to sell land and assets (like electricity infrastructure and ports) to China and to allow immigration into Australia of Chinese citizens are:

    > Former Australian Prime Minister Paul Keating

    > Former New South Wales Premier Bob Carr

    > Former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd

    > The Liberal Party of Australia (even though it now pretends to be interested in protecting Australia from being taken over by China)

    > Former New South Wales Premier Mike Baird (who sold electricity infrastructure in New South Wales to China)

    The following applies as much to Australia as it does to the USA.

    The USA doesn’t need China. China needs the USA.

    The USA is only slightly larger than China in size. The USA is 3.8 million square miles in size, whereas China is 3.7 million square miles in size.

    Whereas the population of the USA is about 330 million, the population of China is about 4.25 times greater than that at about 1,400 million or 1.4 billion.

    The Chinese have obviously mismanaged their country by overpopulating it.

    The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is primarily responsible for encouraging this overpopulation during the rule of Mao Zedong as Chairman of the CCP from 1943 to 1976.

    From 1950 to 1975, the population of China increased from 547 million to 916 million, which is an increase of 67%. In short, the Chinese were encouraged by the CCP to reproduce because a larger population was viewed by the CCP as making China more powerful.

    From 1975, it was very difficult to slow down the growth of China’s population, which ballooned to a massive 1,400 million people in the present day. The CCP tried to halt this continuing escalation in the size of the population with their one-child policy implemented in 1980.

    Because it’s now so crowded in China as a result of overpopulation, the Chinese are trying to take over countries like the USA and Australia in order to have more space for their 1,400 million citizens to live.

    If China does not succeed in taking over countries like the USA and Australia, the rule of the CCP in China will be overthrown by Chinese citizens because living standards in crowded China will not improve and the CCP will be viewed by Chinese citizens as having failed to secure an adequate standard of living for Chinese citizens.

    This is why the CCP is so desperate to take over countries like the USA and Australia. The CCP has long discussed the critical need to obtain more living space for their 1,400 million Chinese citizens in other countries around the world.

    It’s logical that only citizens of the USA and entities owned by citizens of the USA, such as corporations, should be legally allowed to purchase and own land, residential real estate like houses and apartments and commercial real estate in the USA.

    The problems of China are not the problems of the US government and US citizens.

    The problems of China are the problems of the Chinese Communist Party and Chinese citizens.

    Australia sells coal to China which China uses to generate electricity and to manufacture steel. If Australia stopped selling coal to China, China would presumably find it difficult to generate enough electricity and to manufacture enough steel to meet the needs of Chinese citizens.

    Australia sells iron ore to China which China uses to manufacture steel. If Australia stopped selling iron ore to China, China would cease to function.


  4. Was it her book launch and is her publisher an Chinese/Australian company with a Chinese CCP parent company


  5. Yes.

    Liked by 1 person

  6. crisscross767

    America’s True Goals and Upcoming New Propaganda Push


  7. She’s a traitor, it’s not rocket science folks


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