China and the Grid by James Reed
There has been weeping and gnashing of teeth (Matthew 8:12) in the media over Scott Morrison’s decision to reject two Chinese bids for majority control of NSW’s electricity assets, on national security grounds. This is seen as pulling the plug on china, a retreat from our “Chinese future,” and numerous other nauseous phrases.
But the decision is right, and a good start in regaining some sense of national identity and sanity from the insane cult of globalism. In a nut shell, China and no other Asian nation would even dream of allowing Australia to own its vital infrastructure, such as electricity assets.
It is lunar globalism which insists that everything is up for sale. Taken to its logical conclusion, there would be no nation left at all, and that is precisely where globalism ends.
It is a sign of hope, that at long last, at a minute to midnight, people are beginning to fight back against the failed globalist experiment.