(AustraliaMatters) 2GB Sydney based talk radio host Alan Jones, talks to Geoffrey Wade, from the Australian National University about handing Australian energy networks to foreigners. During the interview Jones points out profits from our electricity use in Australia, are heading to a Canadian superannuation fund company. Doesn’t that make you feel good about privatization of Australian […] […]
(Sunday Night) China is on the hunt for new food sources to feed its one and a half billion people and its central government has ordered $3 trillion be spent securing food and farmland overseas. A significant share of that fortune is already flowing to Australia — a trend likely to increase with the signing of […] […]
(AustraliaMatters) Twenty years on – a look at how privatizing our public owned SEC power in Victoria is going. The irony is that larger owners are the Singapore and Chinese governments. They make 2% off their people and “8% to 10%” off Australians. Thus, Victorians are subsidizing cheaper electricity in China and Singapore. Not to mention the hundreds […] […]
(AustraliaMatters) We’re not the hottest Alan Jones supporters; the fellow that happily believes the small Japanese live stock industry should lose out to our Australian live stock industry — while out the other side of his mouth, angrily argues against foreign imports pushing Australian citrus growers to the wall. In-between Jones’s usual Rhodes Abbott love fest, […] […]
(The Telegraph) WHEN the scandal-ridden Whitlam Labor government hit the fiscal bricks in the mid-seventies it turned to Pakistani Tirath Khemlani to act as a conduit for a $4 billion petrodollar loan. […] Over the past four years, the Labor government has lifted the debt ceiling four times, from $75 billion, to $200 billion, to $250 […] […]
(AustraliaMatters) Busy week for the Gillard international socialist fabian society. It must be tough work increasing our debt, exporting our jobs, giving away our taxes, and literally selling country Australia to foreign governments. Aren’t you glad your family fought and died in wars to help keep Australia safe for foreign investors? Yeah, Gillard could have […] […]
(AustraliaMatters) One has to wonder what’s going on in the heads of those that claim to be leading us. We hire politicians to tell us the truth so we can make informed financial decisions for our families future. Sugar coating is the job of lolly makers. Sure, if Rothschild is correct about the fate of […] […]
(Australiamatters) Que the twilight zone music. Three Jewish billionaires Jacob Rothschild, John Paulson and George Soros are betting millions on a coming financial disaster. Meanwhile Australian Treasurer comrade Wayne Swan and the RBA are “upbeat” about the Australian economy that’s floating on a $300 billion Chicom credit card. If the Australian economy was “upbeat” another […] […]
(AustraliaMatters) GMH here in Australia is supposedly independent of the US parent company GM. Interesting viewing non-the-less. Poor American tax payers foot the bill to move GM to China. As per the information in the video, the plan to move GM to China was written way before the global economic crisis (GFC) rubbish. This is […] […]
(InfoWars.com) A military General from the Chinese National Defense University says that China should not hesitate to protect Iran, even if it means launching world war three, as more US warships are dispatched to the region amidst heightening tensions. Read more […]
(AFP) HONG KONG — China has acquired a space tracking station in Australia, its first such facility in a close US ally, a news report said on Saturday. The station in remote Dongara, about 350 kilometres (217 miles) north of Perth in western Australia, was used during Tuesday’s launch of the Shenzhou VIII mission, Hong Kong […] […]
(AustraliaMatters) I wasn’t sure about the team selections a few weeks ago, but now I am. Many people are worrying this last week about America coming and “taking over” Australian soil “permanently”. Been to and seen Sydney lately? It’s not Yanks taking over there! Others like Alan Jones supposedly don’t care about the Yanks coming. […] […]
(Barnaby Joyce) Congratulations Wayne on your double century. We knew if you stayed at the crease long enough you would get there. Actually it didn’t take you long at all; you have been doing a “fine job”. I have always had “complete confidence” in your ability to give Australia its largest debt in history. Today […] […]
(TheAustralian) A CHINESE government-controlled mining giant has spent $213 million buying up 43 farms so it can explore for coal outside the NSW township of Gunnedah. The mining boom has triggered an overnight property boom for the rural community 500km northwest of Sydney. A NSW title search reveals that Shenhua Watermark Coal carried out a two-year spending spree in 2009 and 2010, making some of the sellers instant millionaires. Read more
Makes my blood boil when Australian nationals sell Sovereign land to commie foreigners–but the so called government allows it to happen.
related: 2003 Iraq is invaded. 2011 China moves in for the oil.
related: John Howard says Iraq was about the oil.
(DailyTelegraph) THE Chinese Government is buying Australian farms to directly feed its population, a senior Liberal said on the eve of a visit by a top Bejing official. The purchases were unmonitored and did not have to be approved by the Foreign Investment Review Board, Senator Bill Heffernan told Parliament. “And the distortion that has occurred in the Sydney home market because of being off the FIRB’s radar … could happen with agricultural land,” Senator Heffernan said.” Read more
This news is 12 months old, but still relevant one year on. We read elsewhere that the bought up Australian farms will only have Chinese workers on them. Christians have to hire devil worshipers for secretarial jobs etc or risk being fined, yet Australian’s can’t work on chicom farms in Australia? This needs to be challenged at the employee level. If Australian land (and water) must be given for foreign use, then only short term lease with option to cancel should Australian food hardship shortages arise.