On Wednesday August 7 in 2019, Australia’s Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security wrote an important article in The Sydney Morning Herald.
It’s savvy and informed author warns Australians that if the People’s? Republic of China’s imperialist ambitions are not contained, Australia will have to contend with what is threatening to effectively become a Fourth Reich (imperial dynasty) out of Beijing. Frankly, we prefer Beijing’s colonially affectionate title ‘Peking’ because it predates Mao Tsetung’s communist totalitarianism.
The Chinese always had it better under western colonialism – decent food for starters. Whereas according to the authoritative 1997 book ‘Black Book of Communism‘, an estimated 65 million Chinese died under despotic Mao’s systematic and merciless attempts to create a new “socialist” China. Anyone who got in the way of Mao’s supposed ‘cultural revolution‘ was done away with – by mass execution, imprisonment and forced famine. Read More.
Nothing changes when Chinese dynasties rule China
Australia’s security committee’s chairman has stated:
“Choices will be made for us” unless Australia confronted the reality of China’s ambitions…more to be done” to deal with Beijing’s military expansion in the Indo-Pacific region. Right now our greatest vulnerability lies not in our infrastructure but in our thinking. That intellectual failure makes us institutionally weak.”
The Committee’s chairman has warned:
“of an erosion of our sovereignty and our freedoms if Australians did not understand the challenges China’s behaviour posed for state and federal Parliaments, corporate Australia and universities.
Learning from history, the Committee’s chairman also cautioned:
“The West once believed that economic liberalisation would naturally lead to democratisation in China. This was our Maginot Line. It would keep us safe, just as the French believed their series of steel and concrete forts would guard them against the German advance in 1940. But their thinking failed catastrophically.
The French had failed to appreciate the evolution of mobile warfare. Like the French, Australia has failed to see how mobile our authoritarian neighbour has become. Even worse, we ignore the role that ideology plays in [commo Beijing’s] actions across the Indo-Pacific region.”
Communist China’s long march to Canberra..be it hardcore, softcore, cyber, mass immigration, eco-intimidation, and adopting Foreign Labor Party’s ‘whatever it takes’ tactics.
The Committee’s chairman has likened the current rise of China to the rise of Hitler’s Nazi Germany in the 1930s, that entrusting the Xi Dynasty is tantamount to the “catastrophic failure” of Britain’s Neville Chamberlain who entrusted Adolf Hitler before the Nazi blitzkrieg on Poland. China’s current growing global ambition and militarisation is indeed comparable to the rise of Nazi Germany in the 1930s. Similarly The West had made the same mistake before in believing the actions of Soviet leader Joseph Stalin “were the rational actions of a realist great power”.
Australia must take Xi Jinping at his word when the Chinese President flagged commo Beijing’s rise was a project requiring the “tireless struggle” of 10 generations. “With history as our guide, we have no reason to doubt President Xi.”
These stark warnings come as China’s dictator Xi Jinping has ramped up the communist party’s annexation of Hong Kong commencing with new extradition laws, which has sparked the current mass democratic by most of Hong Kong’s seven million English speaking citizens. Australia’s federal government is urging travellers to Hong Kong to “exercise a high degree of caution”.
Totalitarian self-annointed Emperor Xi is the Second Hitler – Fourth Reich ching-style
The strategic role of Australia’s security committee is vital for providing oversight of Australian intelligence agencies. It reviews the administration and expenditure of ASIO, ASIS, the Australian Geospatial-Intelligence Organisation (AGO), the Defence Intelligence Organisation (DIO), the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) and Office of National Intelligence (ONI).
Australia’s security committee builds multi-partisan support in Canberra for national security legislation by reviewing national security bills introduced to the national Parliament; and ensures Australia’s national security legislation remains necessary, proportionate and effective by conducting statutory reviews. It ensures that Australia’s national intelligence and security remains state-of-the-art, properly resourced so as to be proactively effective, accountable and strategically agile in protecting Australia from enemies external and internal.
Readers of history will be aware that Hitler re-annexed the Rhineland, Sudetenland, the Saar Basin, Lithuania, Austria and Czechoslovakia before its invasion of Poland in 1939, before the Allies stood up to the totalitarian German Nazis imperialist quest for ‘Großdeutsches Reich‘ (a Greater German Reich).
How come all the bad guys goose step? Except the Chinese can’t quite get it up.
The useless United Nations has since its inception, timidly just stood by facilitating commo Beijing’s fake ‘People’s Liberation Army to militarily annex its sovereign nations. Peking since Mao has illegally annexed Xinjiang, Ningxia, Tibet, Inner Mongolia, Tajikistan, northern Myanmar, Canton, Macau, Hong Kong, the South China Sea.
China’s ‘One Belt One Road’ or ‘Dynastical Amebiasis’? (Source)
Peking has beach-headed dozens of Chinatowns, Confucius propaganda institutes and acquired control of thousands of economic assets globally, including across Australia – think of our strategic Port of Darwin now controlled by the Chinese Communist Party.
Why do you think China has stationed Chinese troops and weapons at a naval bases in the Spratly Islands and loaded Pacific nations with billions of dollars of debt?
Why do you think Beijing has made a secret deal with the Cambodian Government to take over the Ream Naval Base at Phum Ong on Cambodia’s southern coast on the Gulf of Thailand?
It strategically allows commo Beijing to more vigorously enforce its claims in the South China Sea and extend greater political control over the region, including the strategically important Malacca Strait.
Over the past two years, Cambodia has accepted more than $850 million in loans under China’s trillion-dollar Belt and Road Initiative.
In less than a decade, China’s navy has gone from a largely coastal and regional force to a fully-fledge bluewater presence.
Its ships are modern, large and very well equipped, and this has defence analysts wondering about Beijing’s ultimate ambitions.
The US Naval War College met in May to discuss the directions the Chinese ‘People’s‘ Liberation Army Navy is expanding in. China has commissioned nearly four times more ships than the United States in the past decade, and this pace of expansion shows no sign of slowing.
Commo Beijing’s Emperor Xi has expressed his imperialist designs also upon Taiwan, Arunchal Pradesh (N.E. India), South Pacific nations, Papua New Guinea, many African nations, Australia’s Antarctic Territory, and even the bloody Moon!
Another ‘educity’ prospect outa commo Peking?
Australia’s security committee’s chairman has also warned of the unprecedented economic and national security risk posed by China. Australia’s economy is over-exposed to the whims of commo Bejing; China being Australia’s largest trade partner – foolishly. Eight ships with Australian thermal coal worth almost 120 million have been formally denied berthing in China. It’s all because intolerant Beijing has cracked a hissy fit response to Canberra’s call out of Beijing’s cyber attacks, spying and bullying intimidation of Pacific island nations.
Bugger Communist China as a trading partner! It’s always a China-first deal that only serves to undermine and bankrupt decent local Aussie businesses. It will inevitably end in Aussie tears. Canberra needs to wisen up and ween off Peking yuan bribes and instead to diversify and become a smarter international trade investor.
Australia’s security committee has clarified that criticism of commo Beijing’s imperialism is not directed at decent Chinese citizens.
“Our argument is not with the Chinese people themselves. We have many, many things in common, and we have many Chinese Australians here making a really invaluable contribution to our social fabric. Our heart is pounding for the protesters in Hong Kong amid growing fears the Chinese military may be deployed to halt a huge pro-democracy movement.”
Australia’s security committee has praised the Australian Government for banning Chinese commo tech-spy giant Huawei from the 5G network and passing foreign interference and espionage laws but said more must be done. Imagine if the Foreign Labor Party had won Australia’s national election last May? Shanghai Sam would be Munster for More Chinese.
China’s growing military power, in addition to its response to the Hong Kong protests, is of concern. The swift advancement of military development on artificial islands in the South China Sea foreshadowed a significant investment in Pacific states and a series of troubling proposed bases.
American intelligence agencies believe China is getting more and more self-confident and is rapidly reaching the point where it could be willing to use force to establish its claims over the South China Sea and Taiwan.
CIA January 2019:
“The biggest concern is that they are going to get to a point where the (military) leadership may actually tell President Xi Jinping that they are confident in their capabilities. As these technologies mature, as their reorganisation of their military comes into effect, as they become more proficient with these capabilities, our concern is we’ll reach a point where internally, within their decision-making, they will decide that using military force for a regional conflict is something that is more imminent.”
Meanwhile, the latest imperialist designs by China in Hong Kong are escalating as locals demand a sovereign divorce from Beijing. Commo Beijing has responded with threats of sending in the military to fully annex Hong Kong – a Tienanmen Square Massacre Mark II looms. There are about 100,000 Australian expats working in Hong Kong and they need to get out quickly.