Have you been to one of those all-you can eat serve-yourself, serve-you-right eateries, where the next day is spent on the loo because nobody washed their hands, and people over the day coughed all over the food, so that there were more bacteria than food? Well, this article is like this, with bits and pieces about China getting even more aggressive. Now that Trump has been removed, they are set to take out Taiwan. Authorities say after that they will invade whoever they want. Australia is doomed in my opinion.

Australians are going to regret allowing the globalists at the time in both parties post World War II to pursue a Great Anglo Saxon Replacement program instead of getting nuclear weapons. Imagine that the British actually tested bombs in Australia, and we never got any to plant in missiles around our northern coast, being colonial cucks! We were never the lucky country, but the funky country, a nation of dupes. In the face of coming oblivion, hard truths need to be faced. What did the people at the time do to oppose this? Nothing, they lived from day-to-day, and could not face potential threats for future generations, just like today. Most minds are still back in the Stone Age. The same today, when the sort of threat I now detail cannot be taken on board. But, let the mainstream media tell the story now. I rest my case and am glad to be as old as I am.


“XI JINPING has warned foreign nations will "get their heads bashed" if they attempt to interfere with China.

The Chinese premier made the comment during a speech on Thursday to mark the centenary of the ruling Communist Party (CCP). Addressing a crowd of people at Beijing’s Tiananmen Square, Mr Xi condemned foreign powers that are trying to “bully” his country.

“Only socialism can save China, and only socialism with Chinese characteristics can develop China,” he said.

“We will never allow anyone to bully, oppress or subjugate China.

“Anyone who dares try to do that will have their heads bashed bloody against the Great Wall of Steel forged by over 1.4 billion Chinese people.”

He added: “No one should underestimate the resolve, the will and ability of the Chinese people to defend their national sovereignty and territorial integrity.”


“CHINA and the US were moments away from triggering a major military incident in the South China Sea, according to a report on China Central Television (CCTV).

Tensions between the two superpowers have been steadily rising over the past few years, as China seeks to consolidate its control and hegemony over the disputed waters. The US has beefed up its military presence and activities in the region, in an attempt to counter Beijing's increasingly aggressive posturing. This has involved both more frequent freedom of navigation patrols, along with aerial reconnaissance missions.

Last May, a squadron of SU-30 fighter jets led by ace pilot Lu Geng scrambled to intercept foreign military aircraft that were approaching Chinese airspace.

In radio communications aired in the CCTV report, pilot Lu can be heard issuing stern warnings to the foreign pilots in both English and Chinese.

"This is the PLA Air Force," he barked.

"You are about to enter Chinese airspace. Leave immediately!"

When the foreign jets refused to turn back, the Chinese pilots began to simulate attack manoeuvres in a bid to intimidate their adversaries.

As the stakes were raised, the foreign pilots wisely decided to deescalate the situation by retreating to safety.

Pilot Lu later told CCTV that he would not have hesitated to shoot the intruders down if the situation had demanded it.

He said: "If [they] had started the fight, I would fight.

"Pilots are ready all the time, and there was nothing to hesitate about."

Although the CCTV report did not identify the nationality of the intruding planes, experts said that they were most likely American.

According to monitoring carried out by the South China Sea Strategic Situation Probing Initiative (SCSPI), the US airforce sent at least 35 spy planes to the region last May.

Xu Guangyu, a senior adviser to the China Arms Control and Disarmament Association, told the Global Times on Sunday that Washington has increased its efforts recently to gather intelligence on the People's Liberation Army.”


“TAIWAN has been warned it will be next if the west does not boycott the Chinese Olympics as it will let the country become a "superpower".

Tensions have increased between democratically-ruled Taiwan and China after repeated missions by Beijing's air force near the island. It has concentrated in the southwestern part of its air defence zone near the Taiwan-controlled Pratas Islands. Former US ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, has warned it is "all over" if China takes over Taiwan.

She said: "The last Olympics that they had was their coming out. That is how they saw it.

"They were introducing themselves to the world. This next Olympics, if it goes unscathed, this is their way of showing that they now the superpower of the world.

"If we don't boycott, if we don't do something really call them out, mark my words, Taiwan is next.

"And if they take Taiwan, it is all over because they will think that give them free rein to grab any territory, not in the region but anywhere they want to go."


“CHINA has demanded the US to "sever" its military ties with Taiwan or it may lead to "war".

On Wednesday, Ren Guoqiang, a spokesman for China’s defence ministry, issued a warning to Washington over its increasing military contacts with Taiwan. Mr Ren told the US that China firmly believes in reunifying with the island nation and is opposed to any foreign intervention.

In a statement, he demanded the US to “sever all military ties with Taiwan”.

He said: “The complete reunification of China is a historical necessity and the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation is an unstoppable trend.

“The common aspirations of the people are peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait.

“‘Taiwan independence’ is a dead-end road and seeking it means war.”

Mr Ren also demanded Washington abide by its one-China policy and the joint communiques.

The warning follows the largest recorded aerial incursion into Taiwan’s airspace on June 15 which saw as many as 28 warplanes breach the sovereign nation’s air defence identification zone (ADIZ).

Taiwan reported the aircraft included fighters and nuclear capable bombers.

Defending the recent incursion, Mr Ren described the aerial manoeuvres as “a necessary action” to maintain and safeguard national sovereignty.”


“Japanese official warns US of potential surprise attack on Hawaii — from Russia and China

By: Joel Gehrke, Yahoo, June 30, 2021:

Russia and China are coordinating military exercises to threaten not only Taiwan but also Hawaii, according to a senior Japanese defense official who warned the United States to beware of a Pearl Harbor-style surprise attack.

“We have to show the deterrence towards China, and not just China but also the Russians, because, as I told you, that they are doing their exercises together,” Japanese deputy Yasuhide Nakayama told the Hudson Institute this week.

Taiwan’s vulnerability to an invasion from mainland China has become a preoccupation of Indo-Pacific strategists in recent months, as Chinese Communist forces escalate their military drills around the island. Nakayama, who was unusually frank about the need for democratic nations to ensure Taiwan’s survival, implied that Russia and China are working as allies preparing for a major conflict.

“I think the Taiwanese are really concerned,” he said. “And also, they’re focusing on the two big countries collaborating and [presenting] a lot of threat towards Taiwan.”

Chinese Communist officials regard Taiwan as a renegade province, one that they have claimed since coming to power in 1949 but never governed. Most countries recognize the regime in Beijing as the official Chinese government and do not have formal diplomatic relations with Taiwan, although the U.S. has maintained a friendly relationship and provided weaponry to help Taiwanese authorities deter an invasion from the mainland.

“We have to protect Taiwan as a democratic country,” Nakayama said before suggesting that world leaders may have erred during the Cold War by seeming to concede that Taiwan would eventually be reunited with mainland China. “Was it right? … I don’t know.”

China’s Foreign Ministry protested his description of Taiwan as a “country” and alleged that Tokyo is trying to portray China as a threat in order to justify its own military buildup.

“This is extremely irresponsible and dangerous,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said Tuesday. “The politician in question flagrantly refers to Taiwan as a ‘country’ on multiple occasions, severely violating principles set out in the four political documents including the China-Japan Joint Statement and its solemn and repeated commitment of not seeing Taiwan as a country. We ask Japan to make crystal clarification, and ensure that such things won’t happen again.”

Nakayama emphasized throughout the talk that tensions in the Indo-Pacific have a direct bearing on American security, especially in light of coordination between China and Russia. He drove home the point by raising the specter of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, which provoked the U.S. military intervention in the Second World War.

“Seventy years ago, we attacked Pearl Harbor, but now the U.S. and Japan [are] very good allies, one of the best allies all over the world,” he said, noting that Russia is conducting naval drills in the Pacific this week. “I don’t want to remind [us of the attack] 70 years ago, but we have to be careful of the exercising of the Russians. They are taking place [off] the western side of that, Honolulu, I mean, in Hawaii.”

Russian officials described their “missile and artillery firings” in the Pacific as an equipment check. “In the course of practical measures, the warships jointly repelled a notional enemy’s air attack,” the Russian Pacific Fleet’s press office said Wednesday per state media. “The exercise was intended to check the reliable operation of shipborne weapons in a hot climate.”

For Nakayama, such operations make clear that Japan and the U.S. have a common problem that needs to be deterred jointly.

“Honolulu to Japan, this zone is becoming — [the] Chinese and the Russians come in this zone,” he said. “So, [for] the United States, the protection line is going to be backwards a little bit.”