Foreign Minister Penny Wong is in Beijing to mark the 50th anniversary of Australia-China diplomatic relations.
Senator Wong has been invited by the Chinese government to meet with her counterpart Wang Yi and hold the sixth Australia-China Foreign and Strategic Dialogue, which was last held in 2018.
She left for China on Tuesday, and return home by the end of the week.
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Penny Wong is an extraordinary national security risk
As much of the world’s attention is consumed by the implications of Xi Jinping’s more assertive China, there is a valuable lesson offered by an anniversary we commemorate this month.
…Whitlam held that it defied reason to ignore the political leaders of a quarter of the world’s population.
There will always be differences to manage in our leading Asian relationships, requiring calm, confident and consistent engagement.
He had begun a decisive shift in Australia’s world view, putting our region at the centre, alongside the multilateralism championed a generation earlier by Doc Evatt.
…FitzGerald recalls Whitlam did not approach “China in isolation but as part of a broad foreign policy idea, that Australia needed a relationship with Asia based on acceptance of it as our enduring international neighbourhood”.
…Many countries are seeking a demonstration from Beijing that nearly half a century after international recognition at the UN, it wants to be seen as a responsible international power.
But, ultimately, we should heed Allan Gyngell’s reminder that in all Whitlam’s “thinking about foreign policy he emphasised the need to face up to the realities of the world”.
It’s about honest assessments of our interests, and bold pursuit of them. It’s about facing the reality that while much of our history is in Europe, our home and our future are in the Indo-Pacific.
And it’s about recognising – as one of Whitlam’s successors, Paul Keating, said – that we need to find our security in Asia, not from Asia.
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From the time of the con-victs Australia like America has been under foreign control.
“As the year of the fear draws near, do you dare ask yourself, will you be next?”
By John Kaminski
“……………The idea that the American leadership has deliberately not benefited the American people, in general, has grown to the point that it is now fairly obvious that the USA is not now nor has ever been actually controlled by Americans but instead has been sabotaged all this time, shackled by a worldwide alliance of financial manipulators and antisocial psychopaths who have now been clearly identified as Jewish. Regardless of the laws designed to prohibit such forbidden conclusions, this is a thoroughly obvious and undeniable observation.
The conclusion is clearly verified by a cursory scan of world history covering the past 400 years……….”
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It is delusional to speak of nations when we know full well that all national leaderships are owned body and soul by the globalists. Modi does not represent Indians. Xi does not represent the Chinese. Albanese does not represent Australians. And there is no such entity as “the international community’.
What we have is captive citizens in each country.
Now, tell me, how the hell does one talk about foreign policy without identifying the precise foreign influence of concern?
Contrary to popular belief, China’s ruling elite, presumably the Communist Party, had already made its deals with the Rothschilds by 2012 and, we may also presume, with the Rockefellers and the rest of the investment banker elite. To be more concise, the Communist party had formed an arrangement of some kind with the WEF. Nobody I have ever encountered is able to elaborate.
As Michael Walsh pointed out so astutely, the US also is run by its enemies. Meanwhile, the UK is run by the City of London. In light of these realities, the term “foreign policy” already becomes amorphous and meaningless.
But back to Penny Wong, to whom has she betrayed we Australians?
It makes more sense to regard all the governments of the world as prospective enemies and adopt a single policy: fortress Australia. What those two words actually mean is: sever the relationships with the UN and US, restore tariffs, reindustrialise, break up the media monopoly and expel all Murdoch interests, and tie the Australian dollar to our own gold.
But to do this, we must eliminate the phony political system and install a democratic meritocracy. America will never permit this, so the first move is to expel all Americans. This is the kinda talk that gets a man shot.
The Pong, as with the vast array of other she/her/it demons, desperately needs a stake. An abomination of my female species.
I have held Top Secret and much higher clearances in 2 services of the military but I would not give Wong anything higher than Restricted and would never give her the courtesy of a “hello”, she is busy screwing us further to her home country.
Penny Wong has been invited by the Chinese government to China for indoctrination and will be rewarded either monetarily or by threats made against her and/or her family. Surely you will be able to see the difference in her attitude and with her sudden change of ideas that she will try to implement when back in Austrilia. She should be fired immediately upon arrival or voted out at the earliest opportunity.
ROTFL for the title – 5th column. ROTFL again! “We need to find our security in Asia, not from Asia.” Asian countries reject us as part of Asia and laugh about our stupid politicians. They only respect strength and the truth. Only the USA has protected us from an Indonesian or Chinese invasion. An ex army man I know told me that he trained Indonesian troops and Indonesian officers would ask him why Aussies are training them to come and take Australia one day.
Wong is a toxic won ton soup of Communist Chinese Party internationalism – Asean Pacific initiatives, UN climate policies, 17 Sustainable Development Goals – straight up the wazoo and LGBTQ Agenda. I guarantee you we are never going to hear Wong bang the dragon gong on China’s carbon footprint (the size of a Yeti). She is a Chinese caricature of an Honourable Fifth Column. Round Eye no likee.
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