Andrew Bolt’s full Scott Morrison treason indictment

Here is the full Scott Morrison treason smash from Andrew Bolt:

Meanwhile, the political economy is melting down as the Morrison Government desperately tries to hang onto its parliamentary majority. Peter Dutton is out contradicting his own department in ASIO which has warned that Liu is compromised:

“As Home Affairs Minister with responsibility for ASIO and AFP I’m at a disadvantage, because if I received a briefing from the (ASIO) director general on Richard (Marles) or on Gladys or anyone else, it is not something I would ever comment on,” he told the Nine Network.

“During the week it was clear to me that there was no smoking gun from Labor, no substance to their attacks … she’s resigned from some of these organisations, if there’s an issue here.

“If the Prime Minister or I had concerns about Gladys Liu, we wouldn’t be backing her the way we are.”

Perhaps Dutton would like to answer why he met with exiled bribery kingpin, Huang Xiamao, for a quiet lunch, formerly via the ABC:

Chinese Communist Party-aligned billionaire Huang Xiangmo paid tens of thousands of dollars to former Liberal minister Santo Santoro while mounting a back-room campaign to secure Australian citizenship.

In 2016 Mr Santoro arranged a one-on-one meeting for Mr Huang with then-immigration minister Peter Dutton.

Despite meeting inside the private suite of a Chinese restaurant in Sydney in 2016 — access to one of the most powerful ministers in the Turnbull government that few others could have obtained — Mr Huang ultimately failed in his citizenship bid after ASIO objected to his links to the Chinese Communist Party.

An investigation by Four Corners, The Age and Sydney Morning Herald can also reveal that in 2015, Mr Dutton gave approval for then-Labor MP Sam Dastyari to conduct a private citizenship ceremony for Mr Huang’s wife and two children.

Citizenship ceremonies are almost always held in public, and private “special purpose” conferrals are usually only granted for applicants who are ill or have urgent needs and are unable to attend a typical town hall ceremony.

The conferral allowed Mr Huang’s family to expedite their citizenship by weeks or even months and was granted by Mr Dutton after he was told by Mr Dastyari that the family urgently wanted to travel overseas. Mr Huang’s family now runs his business interests in Australia since he has been expelled from the country.

Recordings have separately emerged showing Mr Santoro — a former factional ally of Mr Dutton who is now a senior lobbyist — claiming Mr Dutton was one of his “best friends” and that, in return for payment of at least $20,000, Mr Santoro could provide clients access to staff within Mr Dutton’s office to help efforts to expedite migration applications.

Dutton still hasn’t answered former PM, Malcolm Turnbull’s, questions on this matter.

Then there is the NSW LNP, at the ABC:

Sports Minister John Sidoti has been referred to the Independent Commission Against Corruption following a fiery budget estimates hearing into his property investments.

Mr Sidoti’s referral comes hours after NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian called for an investigation into allegations involving the Sports Minister to help “restore the public’s confidence” in the integrity of government.

Just an hour after Mr Sidoti finished giving evidence at a heated NSW budget estimates hearing — where he categorically denied any wrongdoing — Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced “a review into allegations” over his “disclosures and other obligations” as a Minister.

Mr Ming’s firm is building $70 million worth of residential towers in Rouse Hill near the newly completed Metro West train line.”

Where are the investigations into Liu’s prodigious lies?

As The Australian rallies its troops on behalf of the Government, also backing Liu is Peter van Onselen:

The Gladys Liu saga has thrown up all sorts of curiosities during this week’s return to parliament. Firstly, how anyone can believe that she has major security issues which would represent a smoking gun capable of bringing her down is beyond me.

Scott Morrison has been so strong in defending her that were that to happen he’d effectively be brought down with her. Morrison has defended her rhetorically, emotionally, by referring to her personal backstory repeatedly and even physically wrapping his arms around her symbolically.

In short Morrison has joined himself at the hip to Liu.

The Prime Minister has full access to ASIO briefings and national security matters. Does anyone seriously think Morrison would have gone in to bat as hard as he has for Liu if there were question marks over her allegiance to Australia? The sort of security concerns which turn her into a virtual national traitor?

Err, watch the video mate:

Not to mention ASIO warnings, mysterious channels of foreign dough, and documented lies about all of it, top to bottom.

Meanwhile, another Labor grey beard has soiled its national security brand again, at the AFR:

Some of the country’s most influential Asian-Australians have fired back over a wave of Sinophobia, warning they are becoming collateral damage in the wake of the controversy over MP Gladys Liu.

…ANU chancellor and former federal minister Gareth Evans warned that the current environment of anxiety and fear needed to stop to encourage more Asian-Australians into leadership roles.

“The current environment of hyper-anxiety in some quarters about baleful Chinese, and particularly Chinese Communist Party, influence is making it harder than it has ever been for Chinese-Australians to aspire to leadership positions,” he said in a speech on Thursday night.

Give us all a break, Gareth, Gareth. The entire MSM has buried the lead on this story under a mountain of trash today. Check any and all of them. It’s not headline news anywhere. The only paranoia Australia has is racismphobia.

Meanwhile, there is a very real risk that the Australian Government now hangs by a thread held by the Beijing dictatorship. Even the perception of that risk needs to addressed fully and urgently, or Liu has to go whether she’s from China, Australia, Timbuktu or Mars.

Comments

  1. Amazing work by Bolt and MB here. Love it.

    Surprised Bolt hasn’t been gagged by his masters, although if you watch his show on Tuesday the 10th (the night of the Liu interview) he closes by apologising for not getting around to a story on immigration and hints at links/parallels to the China issues being discussed. It would be held over to the next night and not a word has been mentioned since.

  2. Could we lose another PM? And then what – “compromised” Labor? How long until the Generals start muttering about a decline in morality in society and act to restore it???

  3. Gladys is involved in a game of winners and losers.

    The winner want what they want, the losers don’t matter.

    This outcome is entirely predictable.

    I mean look at this sh*t….

    “Some of the country’s most influential Asian-Australians have fired back over a wave of Sinophobia, warning they are becoming collateral damage in the wake of the controversy over MP Gladys Liu.”

    By heritage Australian resisting become collateral damage, in their own country, over Sino-Chauvanism. The response by these f*ckwits is wrong…

    “…ANU chancellor and former federal minister Gareth Evans warned that the current environment of anxiety and fear needed to stop to encourage more Asian-Australians into leadership roles.”

    Leadership is then drive stake through Glady’s career.

    It is reasonable for any Australian that any parliamentarian is free from foreign influence.
    It is reasonable from what has been observed about Gladys, that at the very least she been scrutinised further, and possibly suspended.
    It is reasonable to expect other Australians to agree with these values.

    It is reasonable to expect other Chinese Australians to prioritise the needs over the Australian people out of duty and welfare for this country, rather than siding with Gladys because she shares the same ethnic background….

    But reason vs racism.

    Non-whites are more racist than whites by default, and the election to take Gladys’ side out of racial solidarity, rather than siding with the ideals of this country.

    But it is observable than many Chinese-heritgae will not take that side out of a racial hatred of white people, a people whose country they are to exploit.

    Then complain about ‘collateral damage’ at the end of it, how is it Chinese always to so easily manage to lose face in a superior western culture?

    “The current environment of hyper-anxiety in some quarters about baleful Chinese, and particularly Chinese Communist Party, influence is making it harder than it has ever been for Chinese-Australians to aspire to leadership positions,” he said in a speech on Thursday night.”

    There are plenty of leadership positions elsewhere. Seems awfully entitled to assume you deserve them over a group of people whom you hold racist sentiment against.

    • Stewie GriffinMEMBER

      The attack on Australian identity is relentless, be in the progressive infestations and the cultural marxism infesting our Media, as they seek to deconstruct the Colonial identity that is so abhorrent to them, yet which is the foundation upon which every institution and value that made Australia such a great nation.

      The institutes of various wealthy entrepreneurs, seeking to influence and sway public opinion, not for the benefit of the pre-existing society but to simply ensure they are able to relentlessly grow their markets and profits.

      Under this new cultural cringe many children of new migrants who’ve grown up under the umbrella of Multiculturalism, who without their parents life experience of life pre-Australia and the gratitude of being allowed to live in such a great country. Instead they grow up imbue with their own cultural values and resentful that they are living in an increasingly dysfunctional society still operating under the cultural values of another society that they are a part of, but apart from.

      All the while the Australia people are told that their culture, their values, their society is not good enough, that it was founded on dispossession and genocide and consequently should have no right or objection to it being given away.

      The re-pointing of the credit for Australia away from Colonial Australians to the ever ‘noble’ immigrant, is indicative of how this process works – if we are all immigrants, who are we to therefor deny more immigration, as that would mean we are only effectively denying ourselves.

      All of this is being pursued for one reason and one reason only, to destroy any unified sense of national identity and turn us into an economic zone, where the only metric of well being is profits.

      This article makes it clear that this is the overwhelming purpose that drives our elites and policy makers – yet anybody who questions the means being used to achieve this goal is down shouted as racist or bigoted.

      Diversity has destroyed any sense of civic consciousness, there is no broad uniting desire to live life embedded in communities and cultures that are alien to our own, whose values are not aligned with our own or are in conflict with our own.

      Who owes a moral or even civic obligation to community that they do not see themselves to be a part of?

      No one will work or sacrifice to be a part of an economic zone – the idiots in the EU are starting to realise that nations and share values and culture are the things that invigorate people to work together and make sacrifices.

      Nobody works for an economic zone other than to gain a personal advantage, WHICH IS EXACTLY WHAT THE TOPIC OF THIS ARTICLE HIGHLIGHTS, yet that is exactly what Multiculturalism is turning Australia into – an economic zone populated by different ethnic and cultural communities, each vying to have their needs met in primacy to all others.

      Don’t get me wrong, it is not the fault of the immigrant or the fault of any single culture we have imported into Australia, but the inevitable outcome of human behaviour in general.

      If I were to blame anyone at all I would point blame to moralising liberal White Australians, whose own sense of moral superiority convinced them disregard millennia of caution, stretching back to bible allegories like the ‘Tower of Babel’, in terms of human behaviours and the importance of culture and custom, and instead embrace the new and novel, as though that is always superior to the known and trusted.

      • The first part of this is undeniably true. I’ve never felt the second part true.

        That’s not to say it isn’t happening though.

        The linking of them is insidious.

        Maybe a Treaty/Voice might help.

        That also would nullify the link

      • you got it Stewie … I’ve posted on this site years back that the single most corrosive and destructive ideology for Australia has been the [almost] universal acceptance of ‘multiculturalism’ as an operating dogma …

        I find myself sitting back and saying to myself … ‘tried to tell you’. Was mocked and abused for my efforts, called everything (and these are quotes) “you’re to the right of Genghis Khan” and in the same place & time period “you’re a fu**ing commo bastard” … so while this plays out I’ll watch carefully and tweek my plans …

        These are developing dark times and I think we haven’t begun to see how bad they will get. Look to your options …

        BTW, for those of you who might assume things about me being an old white man an all – I’ve spent literally my entire post 19 yrs old life living with and having children with, ‘non-white’ partner and spent significant years living and working in Asia …

      • The perpetrators are ruthless neo-liberal oligarchs and the ones who have crushed dissent are self-appointed left-leaning, gormless, politically correct elites (Hi Penny). A perfect storm

        • ErmingtonPlumbing

          Yes.
          Establishment types, with an entitled to rule mentality, from the “Left” and “Right” are to blame.
          How do we move the moment on from a Left/Right circle jerk to real reform and action?

      • +1
        I’m over this multiculturalism at all costs rubbish. At what point do we consider this cultural genocide?

        • John Howards Bowling Coach

          It is absolute cultural genocide, however it is too easy to perpetrate on Australia uniquely. I feel that Australia is the softest target for this because we are seen outwardly as having no culture to speak of. Even NZ who embrace their own Maori culture in a somewhat better way than we do the Aboriginal tribes, are seen as having their own culture of greater degree than Australia. So when the outside world and then by extension those in Australia who slavishly look for external review and reinforcement considers that we are nothing but a group of migrants, there is considered no unique Australian culture to give up. It’s a crying shame to witness the nation we were crafted by being destroyed for the sake of the globalists. In fact they should be taking the opposite form, hold together to take on the world, to be a united nation of Australia and working for the benefit of Australia.

          Ironically a person I despise for his own failings, that of being a religious nutter and environmentally ignorant moron as well as being in reality just another migrant who benefitted from being supported by Australia – Tony Abbott. When I now recall his call for everyone to join his vision for Team Australia. He was actually thinking of what was good for the nation. He was seen as a moron and a bigot for saying those words, mostly because he is generally a fool driven only by his Catholic faith (still supporting Pell…. Really???). But on review he actually did want people to unite for the nation to some degree, what other leader has tried to do that in the last 25 years in Australia?

  4. The issue of Chinese influence on our politicians routinely get buried.

    In the case of ICAC and the ALP NSW branch, Dr Leo Liao committed suicide before being questioned by ICAC. Would someone commit suicide just for donating $5000 to the ALP? Why isn’t this a bigger story?

    • A profound insight.

      Deary me, it is all adding up but no one is able to take command

      Labor, rabble that they are, had they half a brain, would say righto, time for mea culpas on our side, all is not perfect, lets get this ICAC done and have a RC into all this whilst we’re at it. No holds barred. Criminal outcomes. Anyone who afears being caight up, best you resign now from Parliament/s

      Or something like that

      • That sounds too un-Strayan – at least for the 2019 version. Straya needs more credit, not such vague and foreign concept as sovereignty to which bogans cannot put any dollar value.

        …..MOAR….

  5. Australian msm is a government mouthpiece which is why this issue is buried. We are not too far from communism here either by the looks of things

  6. They’ll just deny and hope people forget. Dutton was praising her today on radio, so maybe that was the purpose of that lunch? If the security services did advise on her suitability and the LNP did ignore the advice, we’re screwed. It’s a multi pronged attack, and this is just another thread. Looking at all the pollies from all sided should tell us the see treason differently that we do, we’ll never know what the truth is in opaque Oz.

  7. Gareth Evans is a champion for Asianisation of Australia. He is a traitor.
    He must be ignored and treated with the contempt he deserves.

    From Graeme Campbell’s ‘Immigration and Consensus’ 1992.
    ‘The “integration” of Australia into Asia is also enthusiastically pursued as a foreign policy objective by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Senator Gareth Evans, whose department released a report in late February this year strongly backing the Garnaut position. The report is called “Australia and North-East Asia in the 1990’s: Accelerating Change” Things are clearly not proceeding fast enough for the Foreign Affairs bureaucrats. The report has been nicknamed “the son of Garnaut”.

    In a consideration of another publication, Senator Evans’s own book on foreign policy released last year, “Australia’s Foreign Relations in the World of the 1990’s”. The Age of 4 November 1991 quoted Senator Evans as making the claim that “increasingly Australians were accepting that their nation was part of Asia”. In a foreword to his book, Senator Evans says “The late 1980’s and early 1990’s are watershed years for Australia. We are, whether fully recognising it or not, engaged in nothing less than the reshaping of our national identity”.

    That is to say, a section of the elites are attempting to engineer such a change, whether the people want it or not. Senator Evans is echoed by a herd of academics who can always be guaranteed wide and uncritical publicity for their books on the need to Asianise.’

    • yes patrick … a gradual process of acceptance of minorities (from whatever racial/cultural background) in carefully controlled numbers who can be welcomed and integrated into what [used to be Australian] values and cultural norms made sense, particularly given our geographical realities …

      the forced ‘Asianisation’ of the country is nothing short of a treasonous sell out by our elites sacrificing the nation on the alter of their deranged ideologies and greed for power, influence and wealth ….

      • A (former) Poster by the name of China Bob was similar.

        He was brilliant in understanding trade, and manufacturing suply chain, etc.

        But appeared to think that the ‘Asianisation’ of Australia could only be viewed from the lense of an inevitable outcome. I never understood what type of entitled view could mould this (I don’t believe he was of Asian ethnicity either).

        • Because he was married to a mainlander lady and made his money from that connection.

          “It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends on his not understanding it.”

          • John Howards Bowling Coach

            I am close to that description myself, although I don’t actually make my money from the wife’s connections albeit she always offers that. As I was already making money from China when I met her. The irony is that she is very much against too much of China in Australia although she makes her money from that. She actually told me in our early days that she doesn’t like Chinese people (her own people) and never wants to see any of them in power in Australia. Having said that she still struggles to give up being Chinese and embrace being Australian. What I see from most like me is that they are blinded by money, become cheer leaders for China in Australia, and most of them are men who have otherwise been a failure in their life and Asia has pumped up their tires beyond what their own ability in Australia would have afforded.

    • Exactly. His credibility is zero. Anything he says should be ignored.

      Gareth Evans is now a vice chancellor in the Australian university international student racket – a position that grossly relies on revenue from international students – mainly Chinese, to fund his absurdly disproportionate and unwarranted salary.

      He’s a vile and shameful individual.

      • John Howards Bowling Coach

        Very good point, a point lost on everyone while cheering on the mutilation of a western society, a destination the world world wants to journey to.

  8. Is this like inverted ground hog day or something ….

    I mean for yonks 2nd 3rd world countries were told point blank that they had to get with the program of market progress, regardless of their cultural back drop or the economic shocks brought on by such forces.

    Seems some now feel umbrage at having to experience these tender machinations … what a sight to behold …

      • This is just a sentance, in a paragraph, in a long chapter of some ideological perspective that some of its proponents did not actually understand E.g. they thought it was a secured management position in perpetuity, as long as these sorts administered the whole shebang – all was good. Now that ethnicity is ignored by the market the rending of hair and gnashing of teeth is a crescendo.

        Rusty I cautioned a long time ago about the dangers of falling into narrative blindly, that first step is a long fall.

        • And I cautioned you long ago not to engage about things you have no understanding of… which is most things. But when you tie your tongue and your keyboard into an ineligible word salad offering up ….

          “some ideological perspective that some of its proponents did not actually understand E.g. they thought it was a secured management position in perpetuity,”

          AND

          “Now that ethnicity is ignored by the market the rending of hair and gnashing of teeth is a crescendo.”

          It’s clear to all and sundry you don’t understand what is being discussed.

          It’s clear even after my absence most people think you’re a dunce, and whenever they see a posted headed with “skippy” they either scroll down, or think to themselves “How is skippy going to be a dunce today?”

        • Sorry Rusty your tired retreat into personification is not a logical or evidence based retort and considering those about here and their past ideological allegiances I find little compelling about their “personal opinions”.

          I mean its curious that so many Australian PMs first duty is to go to D.C. and prostrate themselves, and us, but that’s OK.

          • “”Sorry Rusty your tired retreat into personification is not a logical or evidence based retort and considering those about here and their past ideological allegiances I find little compelling about their “personal opinions”.”

            We don’t like comparisons with red traffic lights either, but we’ve come to understand your dunce-like de jure reasoning.

            No one on this site has any expectation you will ever be compelled with reality. What compels you is a madness that lives in your mind.

            “I mean its curious that so many Australian PMs first duty is to go to D.C. and prostrate themselves, and us, but that’s OK.”

            Why is that curious? Share with us why this is something that invokes your curiosity dunce?

            I would assert that to anyone who manages relationships, I think this is quite obvious and contains no curiosity

          • Sorry Rusty your tired retreat into personification is not a logical or evidence based retort
            I can’t believe I am agreeing with Skippy 🙂

          • A. your attempt at authority is unfounded.

            B. the We amplifier is additionally unfounded.

            C. Please attempt to explain this reality you talk of and how you arrive at it.

            D. the fervor of your personal beliefs is not indicative of their status T or F, you have to back it up with something Rusty.

          • “A. your attempt at authority is unfounded.”

            Anyone opposing you in debate is an authority on reason.

            “B. the We amplifier is additionally unfounded.”

            In response too…. “We don’t like comparisons …”

            It is an observable, near universal response to you that your responses are drawn out word salad that bear little correlation to the subject matter. I will be happy to present this to readers as an assertion without reference.

            “C. Please attempt to explain this reality you talk of and how you arrive at it.”

            The realise of this entire post, and the subsequent responses can be summed up in this editorial line

            “Meanwhile, there is a very real risk that the Australian Government now hangs by a thread held by the Beijing dictatorship”

            You start talking about pollution in China. This is skippy to a tee.

            I will assert this to be synonymous with your observable grasp on reality.

            “D. the fervor of your personal beliefs is not indicative of their status T or F, you have to back it up with something Rusty.”

            We have danced this dance many times before.

            In a thread where we’re discussing the hypothesis of the multi-cultural societies eventuating in the erosion of trust…
            and we have in this same post
            https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2019/sep/13/gladys-liu-accused-of-failing-to-declare-a-40000-donation-to-liberal-party

            and discussion about ASIO signalling alarm over Gladys….

            as well as quoted Chinese heritage people siding with Gladys out of racial solidarity, and OPPOSING the prevailing cultural expectation of loyalty to Australia…..

            You need proof, when it is evident all over the post?

            As I said, we’ve danced this many times. You bomb us with word salad, I humiliate you and a 100% success rate and you turn into a pedant and delve deeper into madness of you mind with sophistry.

          • Again its just conjecture on your part, think you should revisit my first comment, and stop trying to drag this one specific case around like it vindicates your entire perception of … cough … reality.

            Come on Rusty, you know I don’t partake of about 90%+ of the antiquarian musings that grind your reality optics with.

          • This has nothing to do with China dopey.

            It has to do with Gladys, China is a circumstantial cog. This has been made clear to you three times now, and only reinforces your reputation of being a dunce.

            Gladys got caught, own it. Don’t play a race card, and more so, don’t use others who are keen to display solidarity with Gladys and waving the race card because of their antipathy towards white people.

            It is these exact displays which erode trust.

            If these other Chinese Australians expressed “Fuck yeah, these Aussie’s are right. Gladys, you’re a sh*t of a human being and unworthy of representing Australians”, immense trust would be built.

            But alas, the war on whites continues.

          • Rusty I’m just pointing out the umbrage at this one instance is a bit myopic considering what been transpiring for decades, of which, China is largely absent, if one is to bang on about national sovereignty and all. Why is it not applicable in all situations past and present.

      • To put that into perspective Rusty.

        Pray tell how does it feel in retrospect, all the Aussie managers that went to China for a big payday, and oversaw the ex farm labour transition to factory work all whilst turning a blind eye to labour and environmental regs that get them in serious dramas here. Maximizing their utility ….

        Hows that Platonic Atomistic Individualism Margret’s TINA TINS working out for you and yours …..

        • “Pray tell how does it feel in retrospect, all the Aussie managers that went to China for a big payday, and oversaw the ex farm labour transition to factory work all whilst turning a blind eye to labour and environmental regs that get them in serious dramas here.”

          It probably feels like exploitation for profit share. But this isn’t dissent about profit share dopey.

          it’s akin to asking “When Aussie managers drove in Shanghai while in a hurry, and they encountered a red light, how does it feel in Australia?”

          it’s a discussion about culture dopey, and the realisation of its value as it’s being dismembered for said profit share. Dissent is the weighing up of the value, and it has nothing to do with pollution or red traffic lights that you’re want to bang on with.

          “Maximizing their utility ….”

          It isn’t maximising at all, I’ve told you about using multi-syllabic words you don’t understand. You come off as a chimpanzee with a rubik’s cube. Even if you use it correctly, we know you have no idea what you’re doing.

          “Hows that Platonic Atomistic Individualism Margret’s TINA TINS working out for you and yours …..”

          Exhibit A

        • I understand the words Rusty, far better it seems than you, might have something to do with education and experience over a longer time line.

          Don’t even know what to make about your poorly structured argument about culture. We don’t have a unique culture, its imported as the result of conquest and subsequently a dumping ground for slack labour to harvest untapped resources for the Empire. Just in the last few decades its been extremely modified by all the U.S. media, I mean, now blokes use the term buddy and not mate, most of the media consumed here is produced in the U.S. or a copy of it.

          Sometime afterwards it was deemed that increased migration was necessary from an economic perspective and the white policy was amended to more a romantic ethnicity. The doors were kicked wide open when both parties embraced he big Australia agenda as part of the becoming a first world nation with a seat at all the big international agencies.

          So please inform me how the late player in the game China is responsible for all the outcomes, decades in the making, that they had no part of and somehow now that they have become a Capitalistic Nation they are responsible for everything you don’t like.

          Not to mention the U.S. has one economic political party third-way – Washington consensus and two social idpol parties E.g. conservatives and liberals.

        • “I understand the words Rusty, far better it seems than you, might have something to do with education and experience over a longer time line.”

          No you don’t. You’ve conveyed to yourself that neologism = intelligence. You’re a dunce, caught out in engaging in endless bouts of sophistry to most of us.

          “Don’t even know what to make about your poorly structured argument about culture. We don’t have a unique culture, its imported as the result of conquest and subsequently a dumping ground for slack labour to harvest untapped resources for the Empire.”

          Ours is unique, the rest you’ve spurted out is a truism, and AGAIN the evidence you have no idea what you’re talking about.

          The importation of components of it does not negate it be unique, the fact it was imposed by conquest does not negate it being unique. The fact it spawned from slack labour dumped here does not negate it being unique, in fact it strengthens the claim is is unique.

          AGAIN, you’re a dunce who has dismissed your own argument within two paragraphs.

          “Just in the last few decades its been extremely modified by all the U.S. media, I mean, now blokes use the term buddy and not mate,”

          LULZ…. yeah, Australians aren’t using the word mate anymore….. yeah, let’s go with that one. Well done sparky.

          “most of the media consumed here is produced in the U.S. or a copy of it.”

          As too is the wheel we use is a copy of what was invented elsewhere, because we’re using parts that work. YET, when we observe a direct facsimile, Australians know it’s not ours.

          “Sometime afterwards it was deemed that increased migration was necessary from an economic perspective ”

          See sparky, chimpaznee with a rubik’s cube, even when you state it, we know you don’t understand. Who deemed it necessary? A plebiscite?

          Or more so, if the population willingly went ahead with it at the time, and it’s evident that many parts of it are a mistake, making mistakes are OK, not fixing mistakes is much worse.

          “and the white policy was amended to more a romantic ethnicity.”

          Most of the English speaking world had an effective white policy,
          New Zealand had the Immigration Restriction Amendment Act 1920, with easing in 1961 and replacement in 1973
          USA had the Immigration Act of 1924, replaced with Hart-Cellar in 1965
          Canada had the Immigration Act 1910, effectively gone in 1964 and replaced in 1975
          Ours revoked in 1972 (effectively in 1966 by Harold Holt).

          All consistent, and all in line with Immigration acts today in Japan and China, and less pernicious than places like current day Malaysia and South Africa.

          In Australia at least, it was also a policy which was a cornerstone of the pre-federation ALP to protect workers rights, rather than a racial supremacy mandate. The ‘European language’ requirement, rather than English was specifically there to block Indians who would otherwise travel on Empire documentation.

          But I’m sure you know this with your much vaunted education and all.

          “The doors were kicked wide open when both parties embraced he big Australia agenda as part of the becoming a first world nation with a seat at all the big international agencies.”

          OK, we’re not ‘the big parties’, and this is called dissent.

          “So please inform me how the late player in the game China is responsible for all the outcomes, decades in the making, that they had no part of and somehow now that they have become a Capitalistic Nation they are responsible for everything you don’t like.”

          No one has ever blamed the sovereign nation of China.

          We’re blaming Gladys for working for the motives of a foreign country (which just so happens to be China).

          We’re holding Gladys into account.

          The assertion is that her lack of loyalty is more likely to be a feature of her racism towards white people

          “Not to mention the U.S. has one economic political party third-way – Washington consensus and two social idpol parties E.g. conservatives and liberals.”

          Why would any sane mind discussing Australia mention it here?

          • Again your instantiate necessity to belittle anyone that disagrees with you is not a sign of rational thinking, all evidence to date strongly suggest just the opposite E.g. increased emotive states decrease critical thinking.

            On the other hand its a well known rhetorical device in the state of a special plea used to diminish others without actually responding to the point in case, not to mention it smells of desperation.

            Did you really say pawned … how old are you and what makes you think that makes you look intelligent.

          • “Again your instantiate necessity to belittle anyone that disagrees with you is not a sign of rational thinking, all evidence to date strongly suggest just the opposite E.g. increased emotive states decrease critical thinking.”

            I don’t feel a need to belittle anyone who disagrees with me.

            I’m only out to belittle you.

            “On the other hand its a well known rhetorical device in the state of a special plea used to diminish others without actually responding to the point in case, not to mention it smells of desperation.”

            ‘well known rhetorical device in the state of a special plea ‘

            I keep raising that irrelevant sophistry and you in the same sentence don’t I?

            “Did you really say pawned … how old are you and what makes you think that makes you look intelligent.”

            I do not think that makes me look intelligent what so ever.

          • You deploying the term sophistry is a good one Rusty, after taking my comment out of context, then making baseless accusations and then get personal. What is hard to understand about applying the same rules broadly, rather than making special cases, yet then use it to drive a larger PR agenda about the latter case.

            You have a good night Rusty.

  9. Peter van Onselen (Leith’s cousin, I believe) spent a lot of time at unis doing various political science degrees, including a PhD. Along the way he was a noted debater and general smart ass.

    I do not know why anybody would take any notice of what he says or writes. Political science is an oxymoron, since there is nothing scientific about politics. One would have to be a moron or a liar to claim otherwise.

    PVO works/has worked for the Murduck media and I am assuming he is playing along with diktats from up above just like any other working whhorre would, especially if they want future employment in that arena.

    • He got laughed off the Sunday times for his argument against daylight savings in WA, pointing out daylight savings unfairly impacted on places far away places in the state like Broome and Derby.

  10. I want to read the ASIO briefing on Liu.

    Also if a PM is found to have gone against Australia’s national security agencies advice, is that grounds for sacking? As in call the governor type sacking? Because if Morrie is choosing the LNP’s majority over the national security, that must be treasonous.

    • Yes, choosing party interest over national interest is treasonous, in a certain way…it’s also an element of Fascism…

      The LNP just ignore everything, anyway, and continue on – in their own minds they are always right…

    • Thanks for this comment. I have been wondering who to write to about this matter. The GG is the only one left.

  11. Another little flat faced inept little Chinese spy money bag carrier caught in the ranks.
    Like a roach out in the open on the kitchen bench, never just ‘one’ – there will be hundreds.
    Trace her back & all the associations and connections & it will unravel hundreds.
    And the lying’ and then ‘surprise’ and ‘bewilderment’, finally hiding behind the race card.
    This is how they are trained and play the game.

    A bunch of lebs – many here for decades & still no English, parading in their deliberate cultural insult hijabi found to be defrauding childcare of $4 million – fake child ID & a phantom childcare centre.
    Again like a single nest of roaches in the pantry – plenty more of those.
    That will be ‘Muslim oppression’ and ‘race card’ as well.
    “Why are we being singled out?”

    After all “everyone is doing it” – probably a billion or more in stolen in widespread migrant criminal organised childcare fraud.

    Just like the ‘carer’ fraud – all the migrants signed up to suck off the Australian taxpayer in that racket.

    Wait until the NDS and the migrant graft and racketeering on that.
    Be bigger than the Medicare fraud.

    Every cripple and diseased, sick old & invalid in the third world is now queued up to get in and have a go at big juicy pile of Australian money.

    • John Howards Bowling Coach

      Because the stupid nation of Australia does such a poor job at making these people abandon their former selves to become Aussies (in fact we discourage it, yes yes, come inside where it’s warm the food is plentiful, and you should remain a foreigner for ever, generation after generation). We should blame ourselves, our leader, governments and society for this. We have lead this to be the situation and now we need to raise our voices against it and install a network of politicians and business and society leaders who voice protest and point out the failure of the dream to be multicultural. If it did work, why would there be any borders in Europe for example, why not just a big blob of Europeans? Because a cultural needs it’s own place to be itself, that’s why. How could we have been so naive as to let the UN, Globalists and others foist this hell upon us without such as a cry of protest?

  12. – The Coalition having such a small majority in parliament turns out to be very detrimental for the political stability. Do combine that with members (of the Coalition) of parliament having (large) property investment (that are or could be “under water”) makes them VERY “susceptible” to “foreign influences” (think: e.g. China) and “financial incentives” from other parties in e.g. the banking sector and other corporate “vested interests”. Ouch & OMG.
    – Anyone who has been reading this blog for more than say 2 years knows where this will all lead to. The politicians seem to only care about their own “rear ends” and the “rear ends” of their friends. And won’t care anymore about what’s happening with the average aussie citizen.

  13. I’m not normally a single issue voter, but the Chinese Communist Party is the single greatest threat to western liberalism and anyone who speaks out against them will get my vote and support. What’s more I think voters agree and it’s a shame that’s being misses by Scomo. Majority be damned if he threw Gladys our because of this treason it would go along way to make me ignore the liberal party`s lack of policy direction.

    • Genuine question. Why do you think that LNP policy is directionless? Not knowing or understand ing does not necessarily equate to that conclusion.

    • The biggest threats to western liberalism are the people inside it trying to dismantle it.

      China is a rounding error by comparison.

      • Even StevenMEMBER

        Disagree, drsmithy. Whilst there are certainly self interested individuals (in the western world) who don’t care much what happens in their efforts to enhance their own wealth/power, this does not mean China is a trivial threat. To the contrary, China is the main threat, the self interested individuals are just a contributor towards it.

        • Uh huh. What is it you think China has done to western liberal democracies in the last 40 years ?

          What is it you think they can do without the invitation and consent of our “leaders” ?

      • Why are English-speaking nations missing these things:

        * high speed rail
        * sensible immigration rate
        * government-owned infrastructure
        * public housing

        Is the lack of proportional representation in parliament the problem? Or has USA told NZ, AU, Britain, Ireland, Canada to have mass immigration while non-English speaking nations are allowed to have a much slower immigration rate or even a shrinking population (Japan, South Korea, Portugal, Spain, Italy).

        • John Howards Bowling Coach

          Jacob the answer is pretty simple. Migration is demand driven not a stimulated market. Australia like most English speaking nations is a very attractive destination to the vast majority of the global population and there is a never ending demand to move here. Much more so than non English speaking nations and even though Germany for example is a wonderful place they are not stupid enough to repeat their mistake of letting in many people who oppose their own values (such as the Muslims who suggested they abandon Oktoberfest as they found public drinking offensive). Given the mass immigration to the USA, UK, Aus, NZ etc we cannot afford so many of the great facilities those who aren’t funding the lifestyle enhancement of migrants, can build for their own benefit.

  14. I once met a woman who’d worked in Gareth’s office. She described how he’d pick up a phone and flung it at her in a rage. Not a mobile, a full on desktop base and handset. The sort of thing that could hit you in the head and kill you.

    Always beware overly controlled. and inauthentic people. Maggie Thatcher, Rudd, Evans et L. Penny Wong is a Primo example. They’re all nutters doing a bad job of hiding their narcissistic rage.

  15. mild colonialMEMBER

    Yes that’s true about Gareth Gareth. He also threw ashtrays. He would read a brief and say on page 4 you wrote 33% and on page 76, 45% and throw the brief at the bureaucrat. But he at least had foreign policy ambitions.