China Set to Teach Australia a Lesson By James Reed

     Australia is a morally right of course, but not strategically smart. China is set to tech us a lesson. We should have been independent and self-reliant since 1947, but the elites plunged us down the globalist path, beginning with Great Replacement mass migration. But, back to the present China crisis:
  https://www.theaustralian.com.au/nation/china-fires-back-over-australias-illegal-south-china-sea-declaration/news-story/cf4496543937c750cb1ad22a90cc8f3e?utm_source=TheAustralian&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=editorial&utm_content=TATodaysHeadlinesSubPM
  https://amp.abc.net.au/article/12491366

“Chinese government mouthpiece The Global Times says Australia’s declaration that China’s territorial claims in the South China Seas are illegal is a reckless “provocation” that could be punished with trade sanctions against Australian beef and wine. It says Australia’s statement to the United Nations is aimed at winning the support of the United States, but warns “Australia hasn‘t clearly thought about the consequences”. “From China‘s perspective, it’s recklessly making provocations,” the paper says in an article by Guangdong Research Institute for International Strategies professor Zhou Fangyin.  “The relationship between China and Australia has now deteriorated to a very bad point, and the chance for a turnaround is slim in the near future.” The article, titled “Australia unwisely boards US leaky boat”, says the Morrison government’s decision is “not surprising”. “One of the main reasons is that Australia‘s policy lacks independence, and its current choice is to closely follow the US lead,” the paper says. “If Australia further provokes China, not only on political relations, but also economic relations, the damage to Australia should be expected. “It should be said that so far, Australia has not learned a great lesson. “If it still insists on going on the current path, the possibility that China will take strong countermeasures cannot be ruled out. For example, China could target substitutable agricultural products such as beef and wine.” The threat follows Beijing‘s move to slap an 80 per cent tariff on Australian barley and suspend beef imports from four eastern states abattoirs after Australia led global calls for an independent inquiry into the coronavirus. Australia dramatically raised the stakes in its worsening relationship with China late last week, formally declaring disputed Chinese claims in the South China Sea as having “no legal basis”. In a statement filed at the United Nations in New York, Australia said it rejected China’s maritime claims around contested islands and features in the South China Sea as being inconsistent with the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea and therefore “invalid”. The diplomatic stoush comes just days ahead of high-level talks between Australia and the US in Washington, and follows the United States’ declaration earlier this month describing China’s South China Sea claims “completely unlawful.”

     The die is cast. It is best to move right away from this “part of Asia” ideological nonsense, which was really only a demographic weapon used by local elites. It is not too late to go the self-reliance road. Who knows, maybe some super flu will force this upon the world. Globalism is ecologically and biologically insane, and no amount of Leftist abuse and murder will change that. Globalist may win in the end for five minutes, but the planet ends after that. So, enjoy.

 

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