Australia: Silent Invasion Making Us Chinese Puppet State By James Reed
Look, I have been writing about this topic of the Chinese colonisation of Australia for so long, my fingers are almost worn to the bone. Here is what the New York Times has to say:
“The book was already being promoted as an explosive exposé of Chinese influence infiltrating the highest levels of Australian politics and media. But then, months before it was set to hit bookstore shelves, its publisher postponed the release, saying it was worried about lawsuits.
The decision this month to delay the book, “Silent Invasion: How China Is Turning Australia into a Puppet State,” has set off a national uproar, highlighting the tensions between Australia’s growing economic dependence on China and its fears of falling under the political control of the rising Asian superpower.
Critics have drawn parallels to decisions this year by high-profile academic publishers in Europe to withhold articles from readers in China that might anger the Communist Party.
But the case has struck a particularly sensitive nerve in Australia, where the book’s delay is the latest in a series of incidents that have raised concerns about what many here see as the threat from China to freedom of expression.”
Well, delaying the book basically shows the fear of China that is now universal in Australia. And, again, it all happened because good men did nothing, or very little, leaving things until the hope of successful opposition is next to nothing.
Anyway, look on the bright side, China does not have same sex marriage or any pc stuff which concern us each day, so perhaps colonisation is not all bad. Can we discuss the terms of our surrender, pretty please?