Sunday, July 15, 2012

Hawke sells off the farm to China

Former Australian PM Bob Hawke is making a living selling Australian farmland to companies linked to the Chinese Government.

It's not a great surprise. Hawke once defined an Australian as someone who "chooses to live here, obey the law and pays taxes". So the term "Australian" doesn't mean much to him - it doesn't define a particular people with a particular identity and tradition of their own. Instead, it just refers to individuals who happen to live in a particular place.

13 comments:

  1. And I guarantee if you object, you will be labelled a "racist"!

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  2. Will Australia fall under Chinese control? They certainly seem to have their eye on Australia's mineral wealth and farmland. And I understand that ethnic Chinese increasingly dominate Australian finance & business. Traitors like Hawke certainly facilitate Chinese efforts to take control.

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  3. I believe that there is a 1000 hectare limit of Australian land per buyer. China has been buying Oz farmland around where I live that is under that 1000 ha. limit.I cannot understand why this country's most valuable resource is being systimatically sold and bought under the radar.Huge areas of Oz are now under Chinese PLA control and yet the Government does absolutley nothing to rectify this insanity.

    The Chinese now have the majority of our manufacturing jobs and they will one day in the not too distant future have the majority of out prime agriculture land. And of course they have considerable investments in mining. The defence department does not need to have any worries re a Chinese invasion of Oz as they will already own it. Maybe they will be persuaded to lease some back to us?

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  4. Think this is bad; take a close look at what (New Zealand) ex-politicians are up to. Looks like New Zealand is to become Chinese territory - or Indian. One or the other.

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  5. My little niece sent me an email today with a joke...
    Q."What is the capital of China?"

    A."Sydney"

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  6. What else is to be expected. These worthless maggots that constitute the greater part of the so-called "governing class" are the lowest filth that exists, even lower than their masters (Masonic lodges &c.)in a way, as they're willing to do the filthiest things imaginable, & not even for the real power that their masters wield, but rather for thirty pieces of silver. That's what "representative government" is, you get to choose which group of cowardly criminals (cowardly, as they're not willing to put themselves at risk as a bank robber for instance is.) get to rob you. By voting, it is possible to choose whether one wishes to take strychnine or to be shot. Choosing neither is of course the one thing that's not allowed. It's only a matter of time before Australians & Americans have Chinese commissars bossing them, forcing them to go out & harvest sugar cane, or work in mines &c. This wil be laughed at by most now, because after all the television is still transmitting its poison & there is still cheap beer & McDonald's slop to be had, & that's all that really matters to modern people, panem et circenses. It'll all fall apart soon enough, just as the decadent Roman Empire did 1500 years ago.

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  7. anon:
    " It's only a matter of time before Australians & Americans have Chinese commissars bossing them, forcing them to go out & harvest sugar cane, or work in mines &c."

    The Chinese are actually very happy to have fellow Chinese go harvest the cane or work in the mines. Getting other races to do stuff for you has been more a European thing, and often a fatal weakness - eg the Afrikaners in South Africa, or modern Americans with their Hispanic immigrant labourers. The Chinese don't seem to think the same way at all, and have very little use for 'lesser' races (such as us, potentially), though they have told me they admire Western Civilisation and are sad to see it go.

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  8. Mr Richardson - It may be a good idea to delete from your blog my comment Anonymous 16 July, in this thread. Many thanks. Sorry for the upset.

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  9. Any prime minister who sells a farm to China "is a bum".

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  10. Hawke is a traitor. Readers should be reminded that it was Hawke who opened up Australia to large-scale Asian immigration during the 1980s, allowing the family reunification scheme to be systematically rorted.

    Geoffrey Blainey, a persistent critic of Hawke's immigration and multicultural policies throughout the 1980s, alleged in his 1984 book, All for Australia, that the Hawke Government was giving special preference to Asian immigrants at the expense of Europeans. He cited the example of Polish refugees, fleeing martial law in Poland, being refused permission to join relatives already resident in Australia. At the same time, the Hawke Government was accepting massive numbers of Indo-Chinese refugees and then allowing them to bring out their relatives en masse.

    Blainey argued that the Hawke Government had adopted the view that an Asian Australia was inevitable and the quicker Australia moved towards it the better. He labelled it a "surrender Australia" policy.

    Blainey was demonised and dismissed as a "racist" and an "alarmist" at the time for expressing such views but, three decades later, many of his dire warnings about immigration have been tragically proven correct: Australia has been heavily Asianised through immigration; European Australians are gradually losing the country their ancestors founded and built; social cohesion has been eroded; the cult of multiculturalism has undermined our common national identity and culture.

    If only we had acted on Blainey's warnings.

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  11. Simon in London said: "Will Australia fall under Chinese control? They certainly seem to have their eye on Australia's mineral wealth and farmland. And I understand that ethnic Chinese increasingly dominate Australian finance & business."

    Canberra appears to be giving China and other Asian countries the green-light to colonise Australia, both commercially and demographically.

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  12. The Chinese aren't only buying land in Australia - they are buying influence too:

    Labor's Chinese Mates - Big Donors

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  13. "China, despite its claimed heritage of civilisation, has proved to be most uncivilised in fact. The Chinese have behaved barbarously in terms of liquidating many millions for real or spurious political reasons and in systematic forced abortions. It is not clear how far Chinese territorial ambitions extend or to what extent the Chinese will come to regard themselves as entitled to prescribe policies for South-East Asian countries. Further, the presence of a large Chinese minority in Australia might be perceived by Communist China or a successor as a reason for interfering in Australian affairs. These are serious matters, and should not be disregarded at the behest of political correctness."

    http://www.nationalobserver.net/1999_spring_br5.htm

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