Australia the lackey country

Letter to the Editor

Australia’s gone from being the lucky country to the lackey country and the majority have no idea the level of involvement the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI) had in achieving this outcome, nor do they realise the control they have on our nation. When you consider the ASPI’s main sponsors* are the same US weapons industry members the author mentioned above, Northrup Grumman, Lockheed Martin and Raytheon, one doesn’t need to be a rocket scientist to see it’s in US interests that Australians believe our biggest trading partner is the enemy.

There’s no disputing China’s leaders leave a lot to be desired but in nearly every war in the past century, US involvement was based on deception. From preventing Korea reclaiming sovereignty and the false flag that started the war in Vietnam to the lies about Qaddafi’s Libya and Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction.

Knowing this history, I can’t for the life of me understand why the Australian public refuse to question the ‘China’s going to invade Australia’ narrative. Especially when you consider China’s almost surrounded by the US an Northern Australia is a giant, ever expanding US military base. While all this is happening the US is provoking China over Taiwan that wasn’t an even issue until the US made it one. We’re being lied to about Covid, climate change and the Ukraine just for starters yet Australians seem hypnotised when it comes to China.

As it’s clearly stated, China’s not a threat to US sovereignty, China’s a threat to US interests. The particular interest the US finds so threatening of cause is the US’s planned ‘Pivot to Asia’ and the spanner China’s Belt and Road Initiative throws into the works.

It’s no secret almost every nation on the planet including the US and Australia recognises the ‘one China policy’ which clearly gives Taiwan the right to do as it pleases including independence from the mainland but must not seek to separate Taiwan from China’s territory. Exactly what the US is attempting to do. The same tactic the US has used so many times times in the past, destablise.

Australia is losing China’s trade and willing to offer our nation as a nuclear target for supporting yet another US war of aggression under false pretenses and for all the wrong reasons, this time in our own region, with our biggest trading partner and not even our problem. Australia needs to decide if our involvement really is in our nation’s best interests.

https://www.aspi.org.au/sponsors

From Rebecca

NSW

About Editor, cairnsnews

One of the few patriots left who understands the system and how it has been totally subverted under every citizen's nose. If we can help to turn it around we will, otherwise our children will have nothing. Our investigations show there is no 'government' of the people for the people of Australia. The removal of the Crown from Australian Parliaments, followed by the incorporation of Parliaments aided by the Australia Act 1987 has left us with corporate government with policies not laws, that apply only to members of political parties and the public service. There is no law, other than the Common Law. This fact will be borne out in the near future as numerous legal challenges in place now, come to a head soon.

Posted on January 2, 2023, in Agenda 2030, CCP, China, General, United Nations, United States and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 40 Comments.

  1. sustainableexaggeration | January 8, 2023 at 11:27 am
    Ron Chapman,
    Brave words of a utopian paradise but you seem to forget that’s why we exported coal.

    G’day sustainableexaggeration,
    Perceiving our sovereign birthright as utopian is the reason we and the rest of the world are up the creek without a paddle.
    Coal exports will rapidly decline when the Tesla coils ‘kick in’. See eg:
    Fuel Free Generator | How Can We Start Using Free Energy Very Soon?

    Peace and Blessings,
    Ron
    *********************

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  2. sustainableexaggeration

    Ron Chapman,
    Brave words of a utopian paradise but you seem to forget that’s why we exported coal.

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  3. Rebecca | January 3, 2023 at 3:20 pm
    ‘…The damage Morrison did to our trade when he falsely accused China for corona may be irreparable. The Chinese are no fools, they were not expecting but were prepared for a breakdown in the supply of coal and now purchase from Africa. Our wine industry is losing an estimated $20 billion per year and what the hell will we do with all that wheat?’

    G’day Rebecca,
    Surprisingly the ABC sometimes allows the truth to seep out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MTCqXlDjx18
    Perhaps they think viewers are too thick to see it?

    As regards Australia shipping wheat, wine and other foodstuffs overseas I note that Australia is the driest continent on Earth. Shipping food thousands of kilometres to China or anywhere overseas constitutes exporting water. WHY do we export water to buy stuff from overseas instead of producing that stuff here?

    To grow up nationally we need to cease dependence on other nations for our prosperity and technological needs. That means ceasing the export of food and, in effect, the water needed to produce it. It also means resuming industrialisation. We used to produce our own cars and most transport and other products needed to live well. We must start doing that again.

    Australia has an abundance of human and physical resources and can easily do that. So let’s start.

    Australia stood on its own feet during WWI. It’s time to do it again. http://www.webofdebt.com/articles/commonwealth_bank_aus.php

    Peace and Blessings,
    Ron
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  4. lindesymonds | January 3, 2023 at 3:07 pm
    Australia certainly will be the lackey country if the ‘the Voice’ referendum succeeds by jiggy-jiggy.

    G’day lindesymonds,
    Australia has always been ‘a lackey country’.
    Agitation for ‘The Voice’ referendum is just the latest example of that situation.

    Finn MCHugh (Longer campaign will hurt ‘yes’ vote, CT 5/11/22, p. 29) explains the situation by quoting Matt Qvortrup who advocated holding the Vision referendum as soon as possible because: ”The more information you put out there, the more people will say: I’m not sure about this, I don’t really understand this”.

    That typifies Australia’s secret governance and pretend democracy as Australia has no lawful constitution, being governed by an unelected cabal of insiders that empowers aboriginal activists, among others, at the expense of ordinary aboriginals and Australians generally.

    In ‘Aboriginal Worship and the Flight from Whiteness in Australia’ https://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2022/10/31/aboriginal-worship-and-the-flight-from-whiteness-in-australia/
    Brenton Sanderson says:
    90,000 Australians called themselves Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander for the first time in the last census. The 2021 Census is dramatic evidence of the new anti-White racism — and of the growing fraud that comes from lavishing privileges on people claiming to be Aboriginal, with few questions asked. … The 2016 Census found at least 40,000 people who claimed to be Aboriginal or Islander but had likewise chosen not to in the previous survey.

    Individuals with tiny amounts of Aboriginal ancestry (or none) are taking advantage of a raft of government scholarships and affirmative action job vacancies by choosing to identify exclusively as Aborigines. These people choose to identify as Black to leverage their career and social advancement.

    Sanderson lists the names of some of the Ashkenazi lawyers who are ramrodding the Vision movement. Ask yourself WHY are Ashkenazis aggressively pushing to amend the defunct Australian constitution to further empower activists ostensibly fronting for Australia’s original peoples?

    Australia currently spends $33 billion annually, or some $55,000 per “Aborigine”, to fund “Aboriginals” and especially to fuel Aboriginal rights activists and the movement they espouse. Other Australians don’t receive such racially specific subsidies nor are those subsidies improving the health and welfare of most aboriginals.

    Arguably the provision of government ‘sit down money’ has largely destroyed many aboriginal families and communities because males receive government payments without having to work for those payments, OR for their communities. The results appears to be widespread intoxication and repeated rape and physical abuse of aboriginal girls and women and an almost complete lack of proper male role models for aboriginal boys. Arguably the resultant destruction of aboriginal communities and culture is deliberate, albeit covert, Ashkenazi influenced government policy.

    Arguably Ashkenazi activists have created this situation which ensures that aboriginals and especially aboriginals living in rural communities, remain dependent on government welfare. That is a recipe for elimination of aboriginal culture and race.

    In the mid 1970s I personally observed instances of the then relatively nascent aboriginal activist industry and ‘occidentals’ generally, ripping off unsophisticated aboriginal individuals and communities in the NT. Since then the exploitation has burgeoned around Australia while some aboriginals and many people claiming partial aboriginal DNA have flooded the arena.

    That must stop. The process is destroying many aboriginal individuals and communities while governments and the instigators of the Vision movement and similar, pretend to be desperately trying to help the people their activities are harming.

    Once Australia’s unlawful governments are removed, problems like this will go away. Why? Because the incoming governance arrangements will ensure that usurious fiat currency emission and its fraudulent fractional reserve system distribution by private corporate banks will cease, and with it the poverty, scarcity and want that usurious banking creates. Concomitantly, income taxation will be abolished so that there will be no government funding available for bureaucrats and activists to batten upon. Every community will retain the fruits of the labour of its members and will hence be responsible for the distribution thereof.

    Remnant central government responsibilities will be adequately funded by tariffs and, if necessary a 14% tax on purchases of non essential goods.

    Those reforms will enable Aboriginals and all Australians to retain the fruits of their labours and personally decide, fund and implement all needed local community services. That will eliminate the need to fund activists and bureaucrats and ‘window dressing’ propaganda like “The Vision”.

    Peace and Blessings,
    Ron
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  5. D Johnston,
    Mine too. Plenty of doubles, whoops.

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  6. I am and have been for years an avid reader of Cairns news mate

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  7. This is yet ANOTHER re-post from the original thread which Rebecca’s post was under. Since my last few comments on that particular thread have been inexplicably ‘ramped’…”awaiting moderation” – apologies if this comment now appears twice or even multiple times! I am nothing if not persistent – like a mosquito haha…
    “Hi Ron Chapman, Thank you for being the lone erudite and perceptive voice of reason!
    Personally I think we have devolved into the ‘lurky country’ – where we have become so dumbed down, distracted and fear mongered to all get out – that we now irrationally perceive threats to our very existence, lurking behind every tree (for which we can no longer see the forrest); lurking around every corner; and under every bed – to the point that we now literally jump at our own shadows. This sorry state of affairs as WE KNOW, has been the prime objective of ‘The Plan’ all along.
    So whilst we run in panicked circles like Turkey Lurky, et al – Foxy Loxy (aka the PTB) laugh themselves stupid and continue to reel us in.
    Their latest psy-op ploy allegedly, is being referred to as “bunk propaganda” – where rather than de-bunking the inevitable “conspiracy theories” arising AFTER their dispersed disinformation – they now do so BEFORE dispersing it. A cross between placating messaging and reverse psychology, resulting in further confusion. A bit like saying to someone “I would never ever even think of hitting you!”…right before you sucker punch em.”

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  8. David… one of those rare commodities is monopolised by Taiwan, which kinda explains why China needs Taiwan, and it has nothing to do with Sino Sentiment.

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  9. RJW… it ain’t your eyes, mate. Raytheon is a paranoid, albeit incompetent part of America’s war machine. In 2018, I read their discussion with Australian Defense, setting up a missile base in Arnhem Land and when I pointed this out to the MLA that commissioned me, it had disappeared.

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  10. lindesymonds

    I have never responded to these assertions because they are too non-specific, but today you have referred to Aboriginal law as essentially the anthesis of western law. It is gradually becoming clear to me that you don’t actually know anything about Aboriginal law. But, maybe I am entirely wrong. So, please, explain just one Aboriginal law to me.

    I might add, that I have been applying Aboriginal law, on and off, for some forty years in the NT’s Top End, and on one memorable occasion, this was mandated by the Court. So I will be most interested to learn about a law that is new to me.

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  11. Mr Chapman Well said…

    You’ve obviously been doing your homework, trade is another level again and you’re one of the very few who get it.

    The damage Morrison did to our trade when he recklessly accused China for Corona may be irreparable. The Chinese are smart people, they weren’t expecting but were prepared for a breakdown in the supply of coal and now purchase from Africa. Our wine industry is losing an estimated $20 billion per year and what are we going to do with all that wheat?

    It hasn’t even started yet and already we’re losing and on top of that, there’s people who think the US cares about Australia. If only they knew. To see that all you need do is look at the price the EU has paid for supporting the US proxy in the Ukraine.

    The sad part is all this could be avoided if the general public opened their eyes. The irony is they know the media lies yet they believe every word of it.

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  12. lindesymonds,
    As for the voice, he who controls the Voice controls the government and the only logical conclusion to Albanese refusing to supply details is it makes no difference to the outcome. In other words, the result has already been decided and the referendum is merely a formality.

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  13. Rebecca; you mentioned ‘RAYTHEON’.
    I’m sure it was listed the first time I scanned the ASPI screed. Not listed 30 minutes later! Maybe I need my eyes checked.
    ASPI must be pretty wiz-bang, having more ‘EXPERTS’ than channel nine!
    With twenty one experts; three of them have ‘Fergus’ as their first name??
    No apologies for being facetious, there are just soo many ‘experts’ that want to rule the world!

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  14. Mr Chapman Well said…

    You’ve obviously been doing your homework, trade is another level again and you’re one of the very few who get it.

    The damage Morrison did to our trade when he recklessly accused China for Corona may be irreparable. The Chinese are smart people, they weren’t expecting but were prepared for a breakdown in the supply of coal and now purchase from Africa. Our wine industry is losing an estimated $20 billion per year and what are we going to do with all that wheat?

    It hasn’t even started yet and already we’re losing through incompetence and on top of that, there’s people who think the US cares about Australia. If only they knew they were dead wrong. To see that all you need do is look at the price the EU has paid for supporting the US proxy in the Ukraine.

    The sad part is all this could be avoided if the general public opened their eyes. The irony is they know the media lies yet they believe every word of it.

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  15. lindesymonds,
    You had me right up to the last paragraph where you succumbed to the ‘China is the boogy man’ narrative, the whole point of my post. It’s so ingrained into the subconscious through constant media repetition, even when Australians finally wake up it’ll take decades to disappear completely.

    Hint: As a general rule, if the media repeats it ad nauseam you can be sure it’s a load of bollocks,

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  16. Yes, I remember Sheriff Johnny Howard running to help Uncle Sam deal with Saddam. Do you remember Holt and “all the way with LBJ!”? At least he had the decency to swim to Tasmania when he realized what he had done. Instead of the WEF “One World Everything” including airlines, I am in favour of the BRICS idea of a multipolar world. Russia has proposed at least 3, with currencies backed by assets such a gold, silver, platinum and other trinkets. Back in 1968 I accidentally walked into a meeting of the for runner to ASPI at the Melbourne Club. Very enlightening. As everyone is beginning to learn, China has 70% of the known reserves of Rare Earth Elements. One of these – Cesium – is critical for effective timing of 5G communications and for Directed Energy Weapons (DEW). I will leave the technical details for now. Australia has about 20% of the known reserves and they are not easily accessible. (needs new infrastructure – like the Boomerang rail). Imagine for one minute that Australia and China form an OPEC style consortium to control REE like they control petroleum. USA has little to no REE and are hoping some commercial discoveries will be made in Canada and South America. You can see why the US defense contractors are lobbying. China is planning a Space Based economy with manufacturing in Space and appropriate protections by 2045.

    A US Air Force Lt Gen warned about this in 2016.
    https://digitalcommons.usf.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1729&context=jss
    The Changing Dynamics of Twenty-First-Century Space Power

    Regarding China, Air Force Lt Gen Steven Kwast has argued that Beijing … 2016, the United States had signed over a dozen space situational aware-.

    Space is the new Maritime and China is building a battle fleet for Space, having learnt the lessons from Great Britain and their navy. Trump set up the US Space Force in an attempt to catch up with China and Russia. China, on the other hand is encouraging other countries to participate in the Chinese Space economy. You can see why ASPI and others want to build a wall between Australia and China!
    A big thank you to the Cairns News for providing this forum. My take on this situation is that we the people need to develop strategies to deal with matters which our politicians are too entrapped to successfully navigate,

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  17. Mr Chapman Well said…

    You’ve obviously been doing your homework, trade is another level again and you’re one of the very few who get it.

    The damage Morrison did to our trade when he falsely accused China for corona may be irreparable. The Chinese are no fools, they were not expecting but were prepared for a breakdown in the supply of coal and now purchase from Africa. Our wine industry is losing an estimated $20 billion per year and what the hell will we do with all that wheat?

    It hasn’t even started yet and already we’re losing and on top of that, there’s people who think the US cares about Australia. If only they knew they were dead wrong. To see that all you need do is look at the price the EU has paid for supporting the US proxy in the Ukraine.

    The sad part is all this could be avoided if the general public opened their eyes. The irony is they know the media lies yet they believe every word of it.

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  18. Australia certainly will be the lackey country if the ‘the Voice’ referendum succeeds by jiggy-jiggy.

    Under the development of our Constitutional principles, we recognize two sources of law in Australia, two jurisprudences. The first, the Westminster jurisprudence forms the state, the economy and institutions of social influence that serve and benefit the majority of Australians born on this continent (native) and those who have migrated and been naturalised here – those who intend to assimilate, respect our laws and ways.

    I do not consider those who have migrated to Australia with a view to setting up a conflict of law in this country to be in this category. It is not incumbent upon us to respect any of their laws or traditions in conflict with Australian law. Death to the infidel on the immigration form does not cut it. And Australians should not be paying a religious food taxes, funding mutilations through medicare etc. Or abortions for that matter which is an Australian crime and worse than mutilations, slavery, cannibalism and anything else that could possibly come with our Diversity Imports.

    Our contribution to the Big Abortion, Big Bio-Tech, Big Pharma, Big Vaxx, Big Organ Harvesting combine is worse than anything that could be imported here from anywhere. The genocide currently being implemented upon the population by The Government should be a strong incentive to Australians to join these dots, oppose this Combine, its hold over our government and change these laws. This obligation upon us does not, however entitle Diversity Crimes to acceptance and respect.

    The other source of law which we recognize and respect is the law of the indigenous people. And , as a mark of this respect, our economy funds an Aboriginal Industry worth billions of dollars to assist the Indigenous people in their way of life and community. That industry certainly has a voice in Parliament and across Australian institutions imposing all kinds of restrictions upon the long suffering Australians.

    The important background FACTOID to the ‘Voice’ debate is that one source of law, our Westminster jurisprudence, has been entirely subverted by ZOG and its paedo elites, Masonic agencies and Communist assets. Being totally unresponsive to the Australian people at any level of government, the Subverted Government thinks to legitimize itself under the cover of co-governance through Aboriginal Law – which is not a legitimate source of law for the majority of people born on this continent as Australians and naturalised in this country as Australians.

    Such co-governance will certainly by controlled by the Communist Party of China under the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People.

    Labor Have Been ‘Rushing’ Through Their Race Based Voice to Parliament

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  19. Neville,
    Please don’t get me wrong, I wasn’t questioning your words, I was merely pinpointing the guilty and believe me, it’s far worse than communism. Musk, Dorsey, Zuckerberg to name but three so is Bill Gates, Emmanuel Macron and Justin Trudeau to name three more and that’s not counting the many WEF members like Kristalina Georgieva, King Charles and Nathaniel Rothschild. The list is endless.

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  20. G’day Rebecca,
    Thank you.
    Your assessment is ‘spot on’.
    The problem is created by endless MSM gas lighting about ‘the Yellow Peril’ although the rhetoric has changed a bit since my childhood.

    For instance, on 31/12/22 the Canberra times published an article about the US kvetching because a Chinese navy J-11 fighter jet flying within six metres of the nose of a US RC-135 air force plane in what it describes as ‘contested’ international airspace in the South China Sea on December 21.
    Question: WHO is contesting that airspace and WHY?

    The article went on to whinge that in June a Chinese military jet dangerously intercepted an Australian RAAF aircraft in the South China Sea and that Canada’s military accused China of harassing Canadian military patrol aircraft there also.
    We need to ask ourselves: Why are US, Australian and Canadian war planes flying many thousands of kilometres away from their respective national borders BUT adjacent to China and above the South China Sea that separates mainland China from its Taiwan province? And why are the US, Australia and Canada complaining about Chinese air force planes monitoring those activities?

    Imagine the furore if Chinese naval ships and warplanes were going up and down in the middle of Bass Strait year in and year out demanding that Tasmania must secede from Australia.
    OR consider USans’ reaction if Chinese warships and planes were doing a typical ‘US and Allied military show of force’ in the Gulf of Mexico year after year while agitating for Texas to be returned to Mexico?

    And what about Hawaii? Many Hawaiians would welcome foreign assistance to become a sovereign nation again. Perhaps the Chinese navy should sail around and around Hawaii demanding freedom of the seas and that the US end its occupation of Hawaii which IS ethnically a genuinely separate nation.

    The Oz MSM is rife with such war mongering rhetoric designed to upset and instil aggression in its ignorant audiences.
    Those who keep pushing fear porn about China in the Pacific need to explain to themselves why they feel threatened by China with its one, only, foreign naval base in Djibouti and not by the rogue US Biden administration with its 850 foreign US military bases while the US foments and funds endless foreign ‘regime changes’ typified by the barbarous KM coup in Kiev in March 2014 and its subsequent 8 year genocidal siege of Russians in the Donbas.
    If China is a Bogeyman what is the US?

    China is by far Australia’s biggest trading partner. Its 1.4 billion population dwarfs our population of 27 million and the US population of 330 million. Also, its economy and maritime trading relationships are by far the largest in the world yet it has only one overseas military base while the US has about 850.

    China has been repeatedly invaded by Britain, the US and Japan since 1840. China has never invaded those or any other nation in that time.China has fought small border wars with India and Vietnam and one armed border clash with the USSR.

    The reason that Australians and other Western populations have been slaves for the KM for so long is that they are intellectually lazy and hence wilfully ignorant and stupid, internalising slogans instead of thinking. Our world has reached a tipping point. Those who refuse to think and thus face reality will have their decision honoured. They will not continue to journey with those who do.

    Peace and Blessings,
    Ron
    ***********************

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  21. It is easier to fool someone than tell them you have been fooled…
    Have often been accused, “If you don’t like it here in OZ” Go away and leave us alone in our Lucky* Country… Often when one watches a football game from the sideline, one can see things differently then when you are in the middle of the Game… I know a lot of readers here in Cairns News get my drift…

    By the way All* was/in the mind that is… While programming the society/educational system regarding the Lucky country, the lucky foundation has been stolen a very long time ago…

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  22. Hmm very Clear…tonyryan43

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  23. I am not contesting what you say mate, my awareness was sharpened when I served in Vietnam and politicians said that agent Orange was so safe to shower in, Port Arthur massacre was supposed to be done by a mentally handicapped Martin Bryant (no relation that I know) was the single perpetrator, and I still do believe that the Vietnam war was necessary as it stopped USSR and US Launching a nuclear war that was so eminent at that time, and now we have some rouge countries, North Korea for one, maybe Iran, Israel too, I hope you realise we are back to world destruction time again. As I said before this is ramblings of an old bloke, our children and grand children I fear for them.

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  24. Neville,
    So glad you’re aware and just for the record, I’m not quite at your wisdom level but not far behind you either lol. If I may share some with all due respect, you’re close but not quite.
    Communists, deep state, the elite, these mean nothing as they point to no one and actually serve as a cover for the guilty to hide under. Same with the twitfiles CIA, FBI and DOJ. Not one name mentioned but in this case it doesn’t matter as Musk’s not telling anything we don’t already know anyway.

    Why would he, he’s one of the 1400 WEF Young Global Leaders in 120 nations (including ours) implementing the Great Reset* agenda. Build Back Better, Green New Deal and the Sustainable Goals legislation being implemented worldwide and many more are all WEF policies and can be found on the WEF website*** long before. Did you know the then Australian Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt’s former occupation was a WEF Strategy Manager?

    * younggloballeaders . org
    ** weforum . org/great-reset
    *** weforum . org

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  25. Neville,
    So glad you’re aware and just for the record, I’m not quite at your wisdom level but not far behind you either lol. If I may share some with all due respect, you’re close but not quite.
    Communists, deep state, the elite, these mean nothing as they point to no one and actually serve as a cover for the guilty to hide under. Same with the twitfiles CIA, FBI and DOJ. Not one name mentioned but in this case it doesn’t matter as Musk’s not telling anything we don’t already know anyway.

    Why would he, he’s one of the 1400 WEF Young Global Leaders in 120 nations (including ours) implementing the Great Reset* agenda. Build Back Better, Green New Deal and the Sustainable Goals legislation being implemented worldwide and many more are all WEF policies and can be found on the WEF website*** long before. Did you know the then Australian Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt’s former occupation was a WEF Strategy Manager?

    * https://www.younggloballeaders.org/
    ** https://www.weforum.org/great-reset
    *** https://www.weforum.org

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  26. Rebecca… it is such a pleasure to encounter another well-informed realist. As to Australia’s controllers, some of us have a few cards up our sleeves yet.

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  27. Neville… I see your point and I am sure that if you continue to read Cairns News, you will see mine. At almost 80, I empathise, believe me.

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  28. Yes I knoq most of what has been done with a one world government (elite takeover) and that we are a utility on the NYE, I am 76 years wise enough to see many problems, but I think that communism that has got a fatal grip on Australia is the biggest problem, do you want to own nothing and be happy? There is so much wrong at this time that I consider myself lucky to have had these good years till now. God help the world now. Revolution is sorely needed today. Just the ramblings of an old bloke.

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  29. tonyryan43,
    Few are aware our government has little to no say when it comes to the military. All decisions on purchases, weapons, strategy, even who Australia deems the enemy are decided by the ASPI who then inform the government of their decision. Unfortunately, few know anything about it.

    The ASPI is also the source of the majority of anti-China propaganda necessary to ensure continued US occupation of our north and Australia’s support in the event US wages war on China. Unfortunately, few believe it.

    As the ASPI’s major sponsors are Raytheon, Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman, nothing can stop what’s coming. All we can do is prey the public wake up but as I’m sure you know, the chances of that happening are remote.

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  30. Neville… take your eye off the TV and do some serious reading.

    A decade ago, the Rothschilds did a bank swap with China. I could safely presume the Rockefeller banks did likewise.

    The same investment banker elite runs the US, China, Germany, France, UK, Australia, NZ, and Canada, Greece, Italy, Spain, and most if not all of Scandinavia.

    You are driving around the world in a 1950s model car. It’s time you traded up to a fully functioning model. I recommend you take the advice of more prescient readers and read John Perkins’s book “Confessions of an Economic Hitman”. Commencing with Saudi Arabia, he was one of the nation-thieves that stole your reality while you slept.

    After that, click on oziz4oziz.com/

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  31. Robyn… don’t be so stupidly pedantic. This is true of every country. You need to adopt the adage KISS.

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  32. Robyn,
    Indeed, who’s to blame. It’s an interesting question and you’re right, the perpetrators aren’t aligned with the citizens wishes or with the constitutions or laws of the countries. On the other hand, US citizens have the Second Amendment to their Constitution that not only gives them the legal right to oppose tyranny, it’s expected and citizens are armed for that very purpose.

    So my question is, does doing nothing to prevent this and every other madness in US history make the citizens equally guilty?

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  33. Lucky to lackey… nice quip. Thank you, Rebecca, of NSW. It’s nice to know somebody in the Deep South actually realises the north has been annexed by the US military and weapons manufacturers.

    To make this a little more real for readers… 40 ks from Nhulunbuy, in the NT’s Arnhem Land, nestles what is described as a civilian aerospace industry launching pad run by Equatorial Launch Australia (ELA), flanked and promoted by a US military, mining and media lobby known as Develop East Arnhem Land (DEAL), in which no indigenous people are represented.

    In 2018, while researching for the local MLA, I linked into a partnership website occupied by the Australian Department of Defense, Raytheon Technologies, and Lockheed-Martin.

    Draw your own conclusions.

    Further research revealed that US top Navy commander, Admiral Jonathan Greenart had visited nearby Melville Bay approving this as a prospective Navy Base.

    Lucky, to lackey, to unrepresented 51st state of America while Australians were sleeping in front of the TV.

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  34. Robyn Hefferan

    This could all be correct. However, it’s the globalist elements ruling America that makes these decisions and plans. I feel we should be calling them other than their nationality because they aren’t aligned with the citizens wishes or with the constitutions or laws of the countries they control.

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  35. Fully agree that everyone should read Perkins – ‘Confessions of an Economic Hitman.’ [At least save a copy to read when time allows].

    The author explains the mechanics of theft and piracy at a ‘national level.’ The processes are actually very simple, – as is criminality itself.

    Click to access JohnPerkins-ConfessionsOfAnEconomicHitman.pdf

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  36. Neville,
    There is no conjecture and I assume by “the spreading influence of China in the Pacific and Indian oceans” you’re referring to China’s Belt and Road Initiative. If not I rest my case.

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  37. Neville Bryant

    Some truths there, some conjecture too, the spreading influence of China in the Pacific and Indian oveans has to be a red flag.There is always esponiage from any country China has it on steroids over the last decades,esponiage in miltary, communication and retail items for sale, they have had little respect for patients. I feel comfortable with US influence above Chinese.

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  38. Well said

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  39. Australia is treated as a franchise of U. S interests. The US gets priority treatment when trading with Australia for example beef, they get select prime beef of the highest standard (at discount rates) whilst the Aussies make up shortfalls in revenue by paying top dollar for the beef Uncle Sam rejects.
    Similar situation with LPG to China, brokered by U. s. controlled firms.
    John Perkins book “Confessions of an Economic Hitman” is enlightening on how “business” is done.
    Sort of “carrot & Stick” except it’s ‘money or the gun’
    Of course in Australia it’s only necessary to show the money, for to reject the terms is unspoken “Political Suicide” & downright unpatriotic due to the ANZUS Alliance
    Very Good article keep it up

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