Great news for the rogue communist state Victoria and return of Premier Dictator Dan who explains his ‘fall’ down the stairs at Sorrento three months ago.
Why didn’t he do interactive media about his fall two months ago?
Why wouldn’t he do a TV interview over the three months since his ‘fall’?
Why did he release only two photos while recuperating which experts found to be photo-shopped?
Why did he release a photo a month ago of himself supposedly having a haircut in which his face was hidden?
Why did a young girl from a prominent family known to Andrews allege on Facebook she had
been raped by an un-named perpetrator?
He has a huge media team but not good enough to cover up whatever happened. His stage-managed interview above with his wife was carefully choreographed for the camera.
Sorry Dan we remain unconvinced!
by ‘Nola’ a Victoria Government media adviser
What an absolute load of rubbish. Whilst you are referring to Dan Andrews and China, why not tell the entire story – why are you trying to undermine a Labor Premier? That entire article about DA and Fox is so obviously lies, but here do some more on the China aspect.
Who signed the Australia China Free Trade Agreement? Who leased the Darwin Port? In 2015, the Liberals agreed to lease the Port of Darwin to Chinese company, Landbridge, which says it was part of Belt & Road. It was the wrong call. During this time, Frydenberg was Minister for Northern Australia, Morrison was Treasurer and Andrew Robb was part of photo op and then took a job with China. “The Victorian agreements certainly pale in importance compared with the deal the Northern Territory government did a few years ago to lease the Port of Darwin to a Chinese company. “
Premier Dan Andrews (below) signs up to the Belt and Road thus creating a rogue China state. Nola says the Liberals and other Labor States are bigger China sycophants than Dan. We couldn’t agree more. Editor
And you might want to check out the NSW Strategy?
or this; “Aug 27, 2020 — Of the agreements found on public record there are 19 by the NSW government, 31 by Queensland, 29 are with South Australian authorities …”
Australia’s biggest and oldest farm sold to China, and sale approved by none other than Scotty from Marketing.
The federal government also signed this in 2017. The Victorian document was negotiated by the previous Liberal government and Labor signed it only a couple of weeks after taking office.
In 2018 Simon Birmingham declared “we welcome the fact that Victoria has shown their enthusiasm and initiative. The Australian Government welcomes the fact that through the Belt and Road Initiative China invest more across our region.”
Back in 2019 Scott Morrison had this to say about the Belt and Road Initiative, “We would be mugs to not accept the Belt and Road Initiative with China – mugs!”
And Abbott welcomed PowerChina’s investment into The Australian market after it signed a MOU with Victoria. He said, “ They are looking to invest in infrastructure in Victoria and obviously the East West Link offers them a very big opportunity in the months and years ahead.”
Denis Napthine was also pleased that PowerChina was looking at bidding on stage two of the East West Road Project, the Melbourne Metro rail tunnel and the Port of Hasting.
Of course, the Turnbull Government refused to release the agreement it had signed with China that detailed the terms of the Belt and Road Infrastructure Initiative saying China did not want the details of the agreement released to the public.
This occurred after Federal Government Trade Minister Steve Ciobo signed the memorandum of understanding, agreeing to cooperate with China building Bridges, Roads and dams in Australia.
Then a hawkish Scott Morrison in 2021, tears up two Belt and Road Initiative agreements between Victoria and China.
Why? Because Victoria has a Labor government. Morrison is all about politics, nothing else.
Editor: Cairns News has already published much of Liberal and Labor’s China escapades mentioned above.
Nola should read Cairns News more often. Why not ring Dan at his parents Mansfield property ask him to send a selfie mug shot next to Monday’s Age newspaper. No more photoshop please.
Our Mansfield correspondent advises she has another article ready to go. Watch this space.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has scrapped Victoria’s controversial Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) deal with China, calling it “inconsistent with Australia’s foreign policy”.
The decision made late on Wednesday night threatens to inflame already fraught diplomatic tensions between Canberra and Beijing.
Deploying Australia’s powerful new veto powers under legislation passed last year for the first time, the Federal Government ended the deal, warning it was against Australia’s interests.
“I consider these four arrangements to be inconsistent with Australia’s foreign policy or adverse to our foreign relations in line with the relevant test in Australia’s Foreign Relations (State and Territory Arrangements) Act 2020,’’ Foreign Minister Marise Payne said.
“I will continue to consider foreign arrangements notified under the Scheme. I expect the overwhelming majority of them to remain unaffected. I look forward to ongoing collaboration with states, territories, universities and local governments in implementing the Foreign Arrangements Scheme.”
China quickly hit back at Australia over what it called an “unreasonable and provocative move”.
In a statement, a Chinese Embassy spokesman slammed the decision which is expected to plunge the fractured relationship into greater acrimony.
“We express our strong displeasure and resolute opposition to the Australian Foreign Minister’s announcement on April 21 to cancel the Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation within the Framework of the Belt and Road Initiative and the related Framework Agreement between the Chinese side and Government of Victoria,” the spokesman said. – News Ltd
Another Chinese ‘Belt and Road’ project this time to strangle Far North Queensland and Torres Strait
Not a word from newly elected Labor Member and Torres Strait resident Cynthia Lui
China is set to move a part of its commercial fishing fleet into the Torres Strait after a deal was struck in Port Moresby between China and Papua New Guinea last week.
Torres Strait Islanders are up in arms because the agreement could see 25 per cent of the Australian tropical rock lobster resource and 40 per cent of the allowable Torres Strait Spanish mackeral catch end up on Chinese dinner plates.
The deal would castrate the northern fishery leaving Torres Strait Islanders starving and further decimate the Island economy.
All sectors of the northern fishery have reacted angrily to the plan for the establishment of a “comprehensive Multi-functional Fishery Industrial Park project on Daru Island.
Under the agreement, Chinese-funded PNG fishermen can enter the Torres Strait under PNG’s treaty rights to take commercial species of fish.
Chairman of the Torres Strait Sea and Land Council Gur A Baradharaw Ned David told the Cape and Torres News his people were extremely concerned.
“I think we are going to have to sort out a few things on our side of the border,” Mr David said.
“We would like to see the level of monitoring and restrictions the Commonwealth has taken on the border for Covid 19 continued in terms of policing and presence to ensure that nobody is pilfering and plundering our resources on our side of the border.”
The Chinese government’s Ministry of Commerce website details the controversial deal:
“The Minister of Fisheries Hon Lino Tom, the Governor of Western Province, Hon Taboi Yoto and Yan Aiwu the authorised representative of Zhonghong Fisheries signed the memorandum.”
The Chinese Ambassador to PNG Xue Bing and other dignitaries witnessed the signing.
“Minister Tom said PNG encourages foreign investment to enter the fishery sector in order to realise the potential of PNG fishery.
“Under the influence of China’s One Belt One Road policy Zhonghong Fishery Company decided to invest in PNG……”
Liberal Member for Leichardt Warren Entsch said PNG was an independent nation and was entitled to do business with whom it liked.