China · Coronavirus

Chinese People Hoarding Australian Supplies

Twitter was earlier replete with rumours that Chinese people are assisting the Chinese Communist Party, through hoarding Australian supermarket goods in order to send them to China. Videos have since emerged which substantiate these claims: We should not be shocked to see an obvious fifth column behave this way during a crisis for their ancestral… Continue reading Chinese People Hoarding Australian Supplies

Coronavirus · Immigration/ Multiculturalism

Chinese Students Jeopardise Australian Biosecurity

The Australian has published a commendable piece relating to the recent conduct of Chinese university and high school students bound for Australia. Essentially, in order for these students to avert the ban imposed on travel of Chinese nationals, many have used a third-country layover mechanism to gain entry into Australia. By this medium, Chinese students… Continue reading Chinese Students Jeopardise Australian Biosecurity

Coronavirus

Coronavirus: A Leaked Bioweapon?

An extraordinary investigative article calls into question much of the information disseminated by the mainstream media on coronavirus. In particular, this piece raises the possibility that coronavirus is either a deliberately leaked bioweapon or a deadly disease that inadvertently escaped from the Wuhan Institute of Virology. The full article can be found here. However, in… Continue reading Coronavirus: A Leaked Bioweapon?

Australian Foreign Policy/ Foreign Affairs · China · Coronavirus · Immigration/ Multiculturalism · Nationalist/ Tribalist themes · Scott Morrison · United Nations

Inadequate Answers to the Coronavirus Epidemic

As could be expected, the news-cycle for the coronavirus epidemic is extremely fast moving. Latest figures from the mainstream media claim 14,000 are infected; information from alternative sources suggest this figure is probably in the millions. Recent numbers aside, this coronavirus epidemic has revealed much about how globalism operates as a first governing principle; one… Continue reading Inadequate Answers to the Coronavirus Epidemic

Ethnonationalism · Immigration/ Multiculturalism · Nationalist/ Tribalist themes · Racial Tribalism and Conflict · The Right type of identity politics

An Untenable Arrangement

There is an Asian who frequents my gym, who I have somewhat amicable relations with. Yesterday after half-jokingly deriding him for the role of Chinese food in the Coronavirus epidemic, came a revealing response. He dismissed my criticism, praising food recently enjoyed in Singapore during the *Chinese New Year* celebrations. From this person and most… Continue reading An Untenable Arrangement

Australian Foreign Policy/ Foreign Affairs · China · Free Trade/ Foreign Investment · Nationalist/ Tribalist themes · Racial Tribalism and Conflict · The Right type of identity politics

My Summary of ‘Silent Invasion’

All unreferenced quotes throughout this post come from Hamilton’s ‘Silent Invasion’. Some time ago I read Clive Hamilton’s ‘Silent Invasion’, a book which details how Australia has begun transitioning into a Chinese vassal state. I encourage all my readers to purchase this book for full reading here. I was initially reluctant to publish a full-length… Continue reading My Summary of ‘Silent Invasion’

Australian Foreign Policy/ Foreign Affairs · Free Trade/ Foreign Investment · Immigration/ Multiculturalism

Andrew Hastie dare raises the Chinese Question

Last night, Andrew Hastie used his parliamentary privilege to accuse businessman Dr Chau Chak Wing of bribery. The Chinese-Australian has donated 4 million dollars to the Australian Liberal and Labor parties, and these developments have raised broader concerns about ongoing Chinese influence in our media, universities and politics. Before one addresses the scope of these intrusions… Continue reading Andrew Hastie dare raises the Chinese Question

Australian Foreign Policy/ Foreign Affairs · Free Trade/ Foreign Investment · Malcolm Turnbull

Malcolm Turnbull’s submission to China

Last year, I highlighted the problem of infinitely expanding trade with China. And suggested that in a trade deal where Australia is flooded with cheap, disposable products, while China gets jobs and wealth, China comes out as the clear winner. Likewise, it appeared that when push came to shove, China would exercise a stranglehold over… Continue reading Malcolm Turnbull’s submission to China

The Donald Trump Presidency · US China rivalry

Is Trump Calling Out Xi Jinping?

During the campaign trail, Donald Trump promised to counter the influence of a rising China. Perhaps, as his recent phone call with the Taiwan President suggests, this new approach is already here. “Is Trump Calling Out Xi Jinping?”, Pat Buchanan, December 6, 2016: Like a bolt of lightning, that call of congratulations from Taiwan President Tsai… Continue reading Is Trump Calling Out Xi Jinping?

US China rivalry

A Westerner’s Guide to China

China’s reincarnation to superpower status is well in swing. Its economy has overtaken Japan’s as the second largest on Earth after only the U.S, its industrialisation has been utterly unprecedented in swiftness and scope, and it is currently engaging in the largest military buildup in the World. To give proper perspective to the spectacle going… Continue reading A Westerner’s Guide to China

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Washington and Beijing – Dr. John John Lenczowski speaks at the YAF on matters of statecraft

The World is a volatile place – that’s no revelation. Although many naive flower children would wave their arms and holler that the West is run by conservative fear mongers, the truth is we’re finding ourselves increasingly besieged, and the secure position we had found ourselves in post-Cold War is at its end. China is rising, it’s… Continue reading Washington and Beijing – Dr. John John Lenczowski speaks at the YAF on matters of statecraft