September 25, 2021

When Australia was founded as a nation, our forefathers were smart in drafting The Australian Constitution during the 1890s, mindful of protecting White Australia from those with foreign allegiances, such as foreigners, dual nationals, and those who are anti-Australian such as leftists and globalists.

Traitors like Andrew Robb MP with demonstrable personal greed allegiances to China would not have been tolerated and so rightly banned from Parliament.

Section 44 disqualifies a senator or a member of Australia’s House of Representatives who:

(i) is under any acknowledgment of allegiance, obedience, or adherence to a foreign power, or is a subject or a citizen or entitled to the rights or privileges of a subject or a citizen of a foreign power; or

(ii) is attainted of treason, or has been convicted and is under sentence, or subject to be sentenced, for any offence punishable under the law of the Commonwealth or of a State by imprisonment for one year or longer; or

(iii) is an undischarged bankrupt or insolvent; or

(iv) holds any office of profit under the Crown, or any pension payable during the pleasure of the Crown out of any of the revenues of the Commonwealth; or

(v) has any direct or indirect pecuniary interest in any agreement with the Public Service of the Commonwealth otherwise than as a member and in common with the other members of an incorporated company consisting of more than twenty-five persons;

The Australian Constitution has had legal effect since January 1 1901.

Senator Bob Day was evicted for having a pecuniary interest with the Public Service of the Commonwealth and receiving rent revenue from Australia Post. And who replaced Bob Day?  Senator Lucy Gichuhi born in Kenya, probably representing immigrants from Africa.

WTF?  Senator Lucy Gichuhi born in Kenya, like Barrack Obama.

 

Last week, two Greens senators Scott Ludlam and Larissa Waters were exposed as dual nationals by their political opponents on a dirt finding mission. Clearly the Australia Electoral Commission is failing in its standards again because it is run by ethnics.

In 1988, Senator Robert Wood was disqualified because he was born in the UK, and the AEC had failed to vet that as well.

Why should foreigners be allowed to represent Australians anyway?  Dual citizenship should be banned.  One is either Australian 100% or your foreign.

This lot were born overseas and make regular trips to their respective homelands, at Australia taxpayer expense:

  1. Mathias Cormann (Belgium)
  2. Larissa Waters (Canada)
  3. Scott Ludlam (NZ)
  4. Anne Aly (Egypt)
  5. Eric Abetz (Germany)
  6. Maria Vamvakinou (Greece)
  7. Sam Dastyari (Iran)
  8. Malcolm Roberts (India)
  9. Tony Zappia (Italy)
  10. Penny Wong (Malaysia)
  11. Derryn Hinch (New Zealand)
  12. Sussan Ley (Nigeria)
  13. Ian Goodenough (Singapore)
  14. Peter Whish-Wilson (Singapore)
  15. Lucy Gichuhi (Kenya)
  16. Tony Abbott (UK)
  17. Doug Cameron (UK)
  18. Paul Fletcher (UK)
  19. Alex Gallacher (UK)
  20. Nick McKim (UK)
  21. Brian Mitchell (UK)
  22. Brendan O’Connor (UK)
  23. Nigel Scullion (UK)
  24. Josh Wilson (UK)
  25. Rebekha Sharkie (UK)

No wonder their allegiances are more globalist than Australian nationalist.

Piss ’em all out of Canberra immediately and deny them their obscene thieving polly pensions!

If Scott Ludlam and Larissa Waters have been disqualified from representing Australians under Section 44, then China-aligned Arab Sam Dastyari must go immediately.

He has been caught out accepting a bribe from Chinese billionaire Huang Xiangmo who has close links with the Communist Party, and the next day Senator Sam (real name ‘Sahand’) Dastyari told the Chinese media that Australia should not interfere with China’s activity in the South China Sea.  Labor dumped Senator Sam Dastyari from the shadow front bench, but on Februray 7, 2017 (five months later) Chinese Senator Penny Wong at Beijing’s insistence, reinstated Dastyari to the Senate as Labor’s new deputy whip.

Senator Sahand Sam Dastyari in 2014 was vocally critical of Japan’s submarine bid because of China’s strong opposition.

“Is there a concern … where and how we purchase our submarines …. has potential consequences for our relationships with other nations in Asia and, in particular, China?”  Senator Sam Dastyari publicly asked.

During an earlier hearing in February 2014, Senator Dastyari questioned whether the government had double standards in dealing with China.

Senator Sam Dastyari asked why China’s ambassador was called in by DFAT and given a “formal and public rebuke” after Beijing created an Air Defence Identification Zone in the East China Sea, but a similar response was not taken after Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited the controversial Yasukuni Shrine.

“Why wasn’t there a similar process undertaken with Japan over Abe’s Yasukuni Shrine visit if both of them are contributing to tension in the region?” he asked.  The Senator later said Mr Abe’s visit was “highly offensive”.

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has accused Senator Sam Dastyari of trashing the opposition’s foreign policy for a Chinese political donation (bribe) amounting to some $400,000.

Dastardly Dastyari

The ABC last month reported a Chinese donor had withdrawn a promised donation of that sum because the opposition’s then-defence spokesman, Stephen Conroy, backed freedom of navigation exercises in the South China Sea.

Since entering parliament in 2013 Senator Sam Dastyari has developed close links with the Chinese Australian community and those with connections back to the Community Party in Beijing.  In 2015 he took a 15 day trip to China. To do what?  To see whom?  The flight cost of $1670 was paid for by the Australian Fellowship of China Guangdong Associations Incorporated, of which Mr Huang is president.

The Australian Fellowship of China Guangdong Associations was set up in September 2013. In a speech at its launch, Mr Huang said it was supported by the Guangdong Overseas Chinese Affairs Office. This is a government body, which comes under China’s State Council.

Another Chinese donor paid Dastyari’s legal bill of $40,000 plus gave Dastyari two bottles of exclusive vintage Penfolds Grange wine.

This was one of two trips by the Senator paid for by organisations linked to Mr Huang.  Dastyari benefited from another sponsored travel and entertainment to China by the Beijing aligned Australia-China Relations Institute, run by another powerful NSW Right figure, former premier Bob Carr.

Dastyari is Iranian and backs the close geo-political ties between Iran and China.  Dastyari has also made trips to Iran to meet whom and arrange what as a member of Australia’s Parliament?

Beijing is supporting Tehran’s bid for formal membership of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation at Astana summit. Sahand Dastyari was involved in the coup against prime minister Kevin Rudd in 2010.  He lives in a $2 million manor house in Russell Lea on Sydney Harbour.

The Labor Party these days prefers foreigners for candidates, to buy ethnic votes, like Chinese-born businessman Shuo Zhou with strong political affiliations to a pro-Beijing lobby organisation, who Labor pre-selected to run as a Senate candidate in its 2016 federal election campaign who happened to have donated $120,000 to Labor from gold dealers linked to a multimillion-dollar tax scam.

Section 44 (i) reads that a parliamentarian is disqualified if he/she is under any acknowledgment of allegiance, obedience, or adherence to a foreign power, or is a subject or a citizen or entitled to the rights or privileges of a subject or a citizen of a foreign power.

Both Sam Dastyari and Penny Wong’s allegiances to foreign power China are obvious and a breach of Section 44. They have to go!

 

Former Liberal trade minister Andrew Robb MP who drove the negotiation of Australia’s free trade agreement with China, had clear allegiances to China.  He had a pre-arranged lucrative job lined up with China state-owned Landbridge Group which got the plumb 99 year lease of Australia’s northern strategic Port of Darwin.  Robb is now in an advisory position with Landbridge Group reaping a salary of $880,000, on top of his taxpayer-funded polly pension, making a happy millionaire many times over.  Soon, Robb was spruiking Chinese billionaire Ye Cheng’s planned six star hotel for Chinese in Darwin and a 40ha industrial park for Chinese exports.

Former chief minister of the Northern Territory, Adam Giles (Aboriginal Traitor) toasts Ye Cheng

 

Conflicts of interest or what?

Andrew Robb resigned his seat in February 2016 to quickly establish his own investment consultancy and joined the US investment bank Moelis & Co to focus on deals with China.  Labor’s finance and public administration chairwoman Jenny McAllister has said these appointments have “the hallmarks of a politician making a private profit from public office”.

Under the Coalition’s ministerial code of conduct, ministers undertake that they will not “take personal advantage of information to which they have had access as a minister, where that information is not generally available to the public”.  They must also undertake that they will not lobby or have business meetings with members of the government or public servants for 18 months after leaving office.

The executive director of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, Peter Jennings, said he believed Mr Robb needed to explain the nature of his appointment and the role he will be performing.  “It’s definitely cozy. It is appropriate that we get an explanation about when he was approached by the company to take on this role. He has to be very careful to make sure he can explain if there is a conflict of interest or why there isn’t a conflict of interest in this appointment, based on his obvious involvement in the free trade agreement arrangements when he was the minister for trade.”

Six months after Labor’s Bob Carr lost his role as Australia’s Foreign Minister after Labor’s national election loss, he became director of the Australia China Relations Institute owned by two Chinese millionaire immigrant Huang Xiangmo, the Bank of China, and the China Construction Bank, Yuhu Group. It is nothing but a propaganda arm of  China’s “One Belt, One Road” of the Chinese Communist Party’s soft power imperialism.  Carr had made many trips to China as foreign minister, and previously in NSW politics.

Huang Xiangmo is actively involved in Australian politics. He has reportedly funnelled over one million dollars in political donations to the major political parties since arriving in Australia under suspicious circumstances in 2011.  Xiangmo has provided A$3.5 million to help establish a new Australia-China Institute for Arts and Culture at Western Sydney University, where he sits on the board of governance.

Most of the Australia China Relations Institute’s activities happen behind closed-doors and largely outside the purview of the Australian public. In his capacity as Director of ACRI, Bob Carr frequently meets with visiting Chinese Communist Party officials. These visits are not reflected on ACRI’s website but are widely reported in the Chinese language media.

In 2015, for example, Bob Carr met with Zhu Weiqun, one of the chief architects of the Communist Party’s efforts to demonise the Dalai Lama and promote the assimilation of ethnic minorities in China. When the Party’s Minister for Propaganda Liu Qibao visited Australia in 2016, Carr participated in a roundtable “dialogue with Sinologists in Australia,” which was widely reported in the Chinese language media but went unmentioned in Australia.

The Australia China Relations Institute has also been busy courting the Australian media. It has organised a number of study tours to China for Australia-based journalists like Paul Kelly, Ross Gittins, Malcolm Farr, Jim Middleton, and at least 12 others, according to Chinese media reports.

Bob Carr smells like a foreign agent for communist China imperialism in Australia.  Turnbull’s new fancy Home Affairs – here’s ya first case.

There has got to be a crime against all this.

Section 44 disqualifies a senator or a member of Australia’s House of Representatives who (i) is under any acknowledgment of allegiance, obedience, or adherence to a foreign power, or is a subject or a citizen or entitled to the rights or privileges of a subject or a citizen of a foreign power.

No wonder Ordinary Australians have had a gutful of Canberra.  Only patriotic Australians born in Australia must be allowed in Australia’s Parliament or any elected office or public servant position in our nation.  This remains the spirit of the intent of The Australian Constitution.

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