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Title: Stop the Asian Invasion: Chinky Investors Buying Australia - Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 05 May 2013 at 01:21
Chinky Investors Buying Australia:
Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale

http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/realestate/news/foreign-cash-stacks-up-in-western-australias-property-market/story-fndbo05k-1226625223501 (http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/realestate/news/foreign-cash-stacks-up-in-western-australias-property-market/story-fndbo05k-1226625223501)

FOREIGN investment in Western Australia's property market has doubled in recent years, with experts fearing it is adding to the rising cost of real estate.

Latest data from the Foreign Investment Review Board shows that overseas investment in WA properties increased from 368 in 2009-10 to 877 in 2011-12.

Real estate agents said about one in 10 off-the-plan apartments in Perth were now bought by Chinese investors.

Metropole Property Strategists director Michael Yardney said local buyers could be caught paying too much for off-the-plan apartments because the presence of cashed-up foreign buyers was keeping prices artificially high.

"Over the last few years local buyer interest from investors has been poor,'' Mr Yardney said. "
This means many projects have gotten off the ground due to a large number of pre-sales to foreign residents.

   "On completion, valuations for many off-the-plan purchases have come in 10 per cent to 15 per cent below contract price. Unfortunately some local investors have also been caught and paid too much for the properties.''

Mr Yardney said foreign buyers were happy to pay higher prices for Australian real estate because it was a stable asset in a politically and economically stable country.

Mark Butler, managing director of WA company Otan Property Funds Management, said there had been growing interest in WA property in the past two years from foreign investors and from Chinese investors in particular.

He attributed the growing interest to the Sydney and Melbourne markets slowing down, WA's strong business relationship with China and the recent rush to secure Chinese investment by government and industry.

Mr Butler said while foreign investors had helped get apartment developments off the ground in Perth, he had seen no evidence of their investment artificially inflating prices.

Mark Hay Realty Group principal Mark Hay also said Chinese investment in WA, though still less than in Sydney or Melbourne, had increased across the board.

Real Estate 88 director Jasmyn Wright, whose company is selling the Adagio Apartments in the city, said many Chinese buyers were attracted to the high standard of schooling in WA.

"We've had a number of clients come down and buy a property their kids can live in while they go to school here and when the kids go home, they sell the property and pay for the kids' schooling with the profits,'' she said.

I noticed in yesterday's Advertiser that the high end properties are now advertised in Mandarin in Adelaide. Geez! Aren't those rich buggers in a hurry to flood our nation with those "locusts"?
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 05 May 2013 at 02:01
Hmmm, this will be a grave concern. It just goes to show that it is everyone who lives in Australia who will be affected by foreign investment. The Chinese are a superpower who are dominating our economic lives and a level that is even more radical than the Jews who run the main financial corporations. We ship all our production/resources to China whom make a mint out of producing goods and selling them back to us with which they will then buy up our natural resources and real estate. It's no wonder whites are a shrinking demographic, so many of us cannot afford our own homes to support and raise a family.

Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 09 May 2013 at 01:35
The thing is .. mining may be a major power in the Australian economy. The problem there is, Europe and America is broke and can't afford to buy a lot of Chinese made products. If they can't afford it, the Chinese won't buy from us.That leaves us out of pocket only left to sell resources to them that they are stockpiling.

I am absolutely sick of our jobs getting outsourced internally and externally and employers saying "PART TIME ,CONTRACT, CASUAL". Who can even get a bank loan to get a place if that is all you ever hear? Nobody wants to give you hours.

Nobody cares about grooming Australia's prosperity for Australians. All they seem to want to do is "Give it away to Chinese". They would rather sell the houses to Chinks and give the University places to the Chinks too! It is very clear the greedy devils of big business want to replace us and they don't give  a stuff if we have to compete with the likes of them for anything!

Why else would they be so hell bent on advertising luxury homes in Mandarin script and conducting auctions in Mandarin!?
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 09 May 2013 at 07:43
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As always, our countries' losing financial self sufficiency - along with global and racial credibility - is the fault of a greedy few. While the racial demographics of some of our cities and even states have gone black - so to say - and fallen on hard times, there is nothing stopping us taking back our lands, except for our foolish reliance on political leadership, and our need - or should that be greed? - for a life of resplendent luxury. We all know the problem, and we know that as good as it feels, endless griping about any problem will not bring about a solution to that problem, so forget the griping, here's the solution:

Boycott all large industry, big business, chain stores and mainstream media. Don't quibble about White jobs going down the gurgler. Nobody will give a damn until they cannot afford their beer and football, so why should we give a damn about those who's only care in the world is beer and football? Boycott the damned lot and have them fight for themselves now, rather than have their children or grand children fight for them in a generation or two.

Encourage all small and White businesses. ... Encourage Private Enterprise: Market stall holders, people who work from home.

You want to screw over the phone companies, K-Mart and the other million Marts out there, then buy straight from China for a severe discount. If you think that is wrong, then continue paying for your clothes made by Chinks, imported to Australia, America and Europe, then bumped up in price to pay the middle Jew. Think about it, cut out the middle Jew.

Politics: Unless you have a political party that agrees with our methods, vote Independent and screw up the two party political system. Forget the hype! Politics should be no more than activism at the grass root. If the party does not work on behalf of the White Race, then that party must go. If the party cannot explain itself in simple terminology to the average White man or woman, then the party is useless to that White man and woman and must go. So either don't vote, or only vote to disrupt the corrupt system.

In essence, drive out big, corrupt big business and put your weight behind wholesome, local business, and those in the big business sector that survive will either appoint their Stalin, or they will change.

Simplistic to the extreme; my methods have their benefits and their faults - which any economist or political strategist could point out - but what matters is that you don't need a fistful of degrees in the social sciences to understand that they will work IF we all pull together and ultimately do what is good for the White Race.

Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 09 May 2013 at 08:14
There may be some white small businesses but it is getting harder and harder to support them and a man can only buy what a man can  afford.

You can visit a Sunday market and buy your produce if you have access to one, yes this is the least corporate way to buy the food . The problem is few white people are selling the food. The rest are either Middle Easterners or Asians or Subcontinentals. Just go to the Gepps cross market on Sunday in Adelaide and I reckon if you wanted to rid the city of all the rubbish you'd bomb the place on a Sunday morning. Easily the most multi-culti experience you'd experience in town!

Go try buy a snack anywhere from a place that isn't white owned and operated.. now that is a challenge! Get a cab that is white owned and operated.. CHALLENGE! Buying petrol from white owned and operated? CHALLENGE!

Look at all the old churches being given to the Koreans with Asian text on the boards out the front.. or turning into Mosques.

The political 2 party system. You can try establish a political party that is independent however who does their preferences go to at the end of the system?
So you run for politics? You wanna get elected? well that'll mean sucking up to the ZOG media so they'll make you look good and all the adversaries in the campaign look bad... but what are you going to do to sell your soul to the devils there?

I look around I see Vietnamese people networking in their communities and getting their own involved in the martial arts groups, preparing their "soldiers" for combat.
I see Lebs being the "Squeaky wheel getting the most oil" Akmal getting his 100 cousins angry is not advisable.Their little enclave is gathering momentum and community spirit.

Where are the white people? Beer, Footy, Gadgets, Hollywood, Westfield, Drugs, Nightclubs, Casinos.
People on the dole by being displaced by outsourcing internally and externally. Women who have 2 kids + that the child isn't younger than 8 missing out on Government assistance having no options other than pumping out more kids or pole dancing!No employment for them since retail is self serve and the outsourcing. Pensioners missing out on Pension because the government can't afford to pay them.
Who's being getting the money instead? Boongs and refugees!
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 09 May 2013 at 11:03
So we need to bring down the government, and the only way of doing that is bringing down the big money that supports it. Bring all Whites to our level, and give them something to fight for, a government to fight with, and a future to demand. Anything short of Racial Holy War will continue to be the Lawfare with which the greedy White and the Jew uber alles keeps us hamstrung.

Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 09 May 2013 at 14:22
Hmm kinda like the plot of "Hunter"by William Pearce AKA Andrew McDonnald.
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read this book online here.
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Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 22 May 2013 at 00:54
http://www.ntnews.com.au/article/2013/05/22/321160_nt-business.html (http://www.ntnews.com.au/article/2013/05/22/321160_nt-business.html)
  THE Chinese Government wants to expand trade to the Territory and is seeking energy and minerals, high-ranking diplomats has told a mining summit held in Darwin.
Chinese embassy official Qui Deya said China would soon increase the level of its business activity.
 "China's business pace will be reaching out beyond China's territory," he told the Australia China Minerals Investment Summit.
"Energy and resources will be a very important sector for Chinese businesses coming to Australia."
Mr Qui noted the Territory's rich endowment of minerals and said with "great empowerment from investment" Chinese companies would participate in the sector.
China Chamber of Commerce Australia chairman Hu Shanjun said his organisation had 220 members in four southern states representing mining, finance, tourism and agriculture.     "There is a strong hope in the not too distant future to have membership in the NT and SA," he said.

Now look what the Abbo head pollies goes on to say  :-\

Chief Minister Adam Giles acknowledged China as being in the top three export destinations last year, taking manganese, mineral ores, zinc and lead.
He said Darwin was the Australian capital of Asia and the Government was seeking to advance Territory infrastructure.

Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 22 May 2013 at 12:53
The amount of Chinese presently in Australia, and the fact that they're taking charge of so many of our natural resources, and seemingly the economic control of all of an entire states resources really does emphasize how much of a threat communist China is to the white race. I have noticed that the Chinese government, and the people, seems to operate in a way similar to what we creators propose for our white racial state of the future. Like us creators, the chinese want to be the dominant economic power on the planet, they want to secure all of the Earth's resources for themselves. Which is what we want for the white race.

There will be bitter times in the future when these two worlds clash.
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 22 May 2013 at 23:55
Yes very bitter times ahead.  :( . They had the right idea during the Gold rush to kick out the Insect race.
Unfortunately the same thing is happening again. Everywhere you look there is Asians, working away like little ant colonies. Taking jobs and working longer hours for less, going with the flow of the employer offering no challenge to any contemptious work conditions or penny pinching the employer tries to pull.

If it isn't that , they are making stuff for cheaper elsewhere and nobody is interested in keeping Australian jobs here or buying Australian products.

http://tools.ntnews.com.au/stories/54612199.php (http://tools.ntnews.com.au/stories/54612199.php)
FORD Australia is set to drop a bombshell on the car industry, announcing the closure of its Broadmeadows car factory and its Geelong engine plant.
The struggling car-maker has sent out a media alert about an impending announcement later this morning, believed to be 10.45am.
Ford was due to release its financial results today but News Limited has been told the media conference is about "more than that".
Confidential sources say that Ford Australia will become an import-only brand. It is unclear when the factories will close but Ford was due to introduce a facelifted Falcon and Territory next year.
 :o >:( ::)

It is so damn obvious the Government wants to replace us with rubbish from all over Asia. We have no say in it at all!
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 24 May 2013 at 00:40
http://www.ntnews.com.au/article/2013/05/24/321259_ntnews.html (http://www.ntnews.com.au/article/2013/05/24/321259_ntnews.html)

THE NT Government could raise as much as $160 million by June through a new visa for rich foreign investors.
Would-be migrants don't need to learn English or pass the points test, unlike other applicants, as long as they have $5 million to invest.
Nominations for a four-year 188 Significant Investor Visa can be granted in return for loaning the NT Government $5 million through investing in NT Treasury bonds, or by buying into companies whose projects are deemed as being of direct benefit to the Territory.
After four years, 188 visa holders can get permanent residency after passing health and character tests - even if they have only spent 160 days in Australia.
The new visa rule took effect on November 24 and the nation's states and territories have already received 436 expressions of interest worth a potential $2.2 billion.
The state or territory governments can nominate attractive applicants who then apply to the Immigration Department for the visa.
Accounting firm KPMG director of China practice Tim Lu told a mining conference in Darwin that 222 nominations worth $1.1 billion had been issued by governments to March 2013 of which 212 were to Chi- nese applicants.
 "The majority of the Chinese community is going to Melbourne and Sydney," he said.
Most applicants, 101 in total, were looking to invest in New South Wales with 81 in Victoria, 29 in Queensland, eight in Western Australia and three in South Australia.
"The majority (of the money) is going to government bonds," he said. Mr Lu said that was because bonds were easier to operate as an investment.
The NT Government has not yet issued any nominations but is negotiating with a number of people.
Business Department Workforce Growth director Mary Martin told a mining conference in Darwin this week that the Territory had the potential to take up to 32 migrants through the program this financial year.
But there is no upper limit or specific number on how many visas can be issued.

As you can see here the Asians don't invade Australia with Submarines in Sydney Harbour and bombing towns like :- Mossman QLD, Darwin NT etc . All they come with now is:- suits, contracts, ties, briefcases and chequebooks.

Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 28 May 2013 at 02:45
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 02 June 2013 at 03:09
PropertyIS - Darwin Oil and Gas Seminar (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oKTpIttai1c#ws)
oh yeah so great this Australia place is! how about we just give it all away to Gooks so we can retire all old and fat and .. who cares about our white kids.. they'll have nothing to inherit by the time the gook locust plague makes it's hive here.
Darwin Australia Investment Property (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elmmZzrZYr0#ws)
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 03 June 2013 at 15:49
 ;D  Ahhh ! those were the days "Get the Coloured men out and the white men in".
Now the game the c**ts in power play is "get the white man out and the coloured man in" >:(
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 04 June 2013 at 10:36
Amount of SA land owned by foreign interests a mystery

Miles Kemp | Adelaide Advertiser (http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/) | 2 June 2013

http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/south-australia/amount-of-sa-land-owned-by-foreign-interests-a-mystery/story-e6frea83-1226655457580 (http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/south-australia/amount-of-sa-land-owned-by-foreign-interests-a-mystery/story-e6frea83-1226655457580)

THE Government does not know how much of the state's land has been sold to foreign interests and where it is, an inquiry has revealed.

The admission has been made in the State Government's contribution to an inquiry looking into whether a national foreign land register should be established.

Independent Senator for SA Nick Xenophon likened the admission to the 1995 Hollywood movie Clueless, which pillories the main character as vacant and superficial. [more ... (http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/south-australia/amount-of-sa-land-owned-by-foreign-interests-a-mystery/story-e6frea83-1226655457580)]
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 06 June 2013 at 23:26
'Senator Xenophon said that if the State Government did not know which land was foreign owned it could have consequences for food security into the future, if foreign interests prioritised feeding their own people before Australians.'

Which is precisely what they'll do as the world's population inflates and food is scarce. These politicans insist on creating a bleak future whereby we won't be able to eat and clothe ourselves less we cooperate with communist China and give them our assets. Of course the Chinese will feed the Chinese people before taking care of the interests of the white race. All this does is prove how important racial loyalty is for the survival of our race and that racial treason truly is the ultimate sin.
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 08 June 2013 at 08:08
Well I am seeing  is going on in Darwin right now. There is a lot of oil and Gas extraction here on our turf by Japanese company Inpex. Australians need the Gas to power projects like the Aluminium bauxite mine in Nhulunbuy. The problem is even though we have a lot of gas.. they Japanese company is selling to an Asian market at a higher profit that what it could to us.. and they don't care if we need the gas or not! They'll get bigger profits in Asia.

This is only one screwed up thing about Inpex! Darwin has a high demand for accommodation and there isn't enough to go around. Inpex has snapped up all the rental properties from the market for their employees and everyone else is suffering! To make things worse there are white traitors who are going around conducting seminars on how to be a property tycoon and sell our land off to chinks! Darwin is just going to be for mining and military.. and chinks.one of the world most costly places to live!

Think of what those soldiers who gave their blood sweat and tears for think of them just for handing our land over to the chinks? They don't come with subs in Sydney harbour and bombs in Mossman QLD or Darwin anylonger. It is chinks with briefcases and ties and chequebooks!
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 09 June 2013 at 14:41
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-06-09/engineering-industry-undergoing-brain-drain-as-infrastructure-pr/4741046 (http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-06-09/engineering-industry-undergoing-brain-drain-as-infrastructure-pr/4741046)
Australia's engineering industry is undergoing a major contraction with one insider saying up to 7,000 jobs have been lost in the past six months.
The mining slowdown is having an impact, but the problem has been compounded by a lack of private and government investment in big infrastructure projects in some states.
Global consulting firm Hyder has cut 10 per cent of its workforce since December.
Regional managing director Greg Steele says he has also taken a pay cut.
"My estimate across the country as far as consulting engineers is 5,000 to 7,000 people made redundant since Christmas," he said.
"Particularly Queensland and Victoria, [with] government spending down. [It's] very tough, we're scrambling for work."
Mr Steele said New South Wales and Western Australia were the only states where there was a healthy amount of work.
Professor John Wilson from Engineers Australia wants better long-term infrastructure planning from governments to keep workforces stable.
"The knowledge is critical," he said.
"It's not the sort of thing you can just switch on and switch off. It takes a while to build up a knowledge workforce and a skilled workforce.
"The catch is, when you start to lose your jobs due to some short-term demand hiccups, when we do need the skills, skills have either migrated interstate or overseas."
The Federal Government says the creation of Infrastructure Australia shows it is thinking long-term, while many state governments contacted by the ABC pointed to big infrastructure projects in the pipeline.
But a spokesperson for the Queensland's Infrastructure Minister, Jeff Seeney, said the Government was also "continuing the difficult task we began last year to rebuild the state's finances".
Adding to the engineering industry's woes at the moment is the movement of work offshore.
Mr Steele says the expense of Australian engineers means many global consultancies are being forced to give work to cheaper, overseas offices in order to win contracts.
"[The] Australian dollar rose, our salaries rose because of all the work here in Australia and we've become uncompetitive globally," he said.
"So part of our work is now in Manila and Bangalore."
He says given the flow of work offshore, it cannot be guaranteed Australian engineering jobs will come back, even when government spending picks up again.
"I think there's had to be a real structural shift," he said.
"The reality is we'll have to get work done overseas. And I'm not sure [the jobs will] all come back."
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 09 June 2013 at 14:45
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-06-05/foreign-investment-rules-discriminate-against/4733942?section=business (http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-06-05/foreign-investment-rules-discriminate-against/4733942?section=business)
The Premier of Western Australia, Colin Barnett, says Australia's foreign investment rules are holding back Chinese investment in Australia. Mr Barnett, who is in Beijing discussing trade, says while Japan and the US get special treatment when it comes to investment, China's state owned enterprises are poorly treated and the Gillard Government or a new coalition government under Tony Abbott should strike out the outdated foreign investment rules.

Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 24 June 2013 at 12:30
http://www.ntnews.com.au/article/2013/06/24/322156_ntnews.html (http://www.ntnews.com.au/article/2013/06/24/322156_ntnews.html)  TERRITORIANS described as "lefty and welfare-orientated" troublemakers have been warned not to hinder the NT Government's proposal to send problem drunks into mandatory rehabilitation.
Territory Chief Minister Adam Giles said: "I believe these people have a right to the best medical treatment available instead of going through the revolving door of protective (police) custody - it's about the rights of those who suffer."
Mr Giles yesterday sent a clear message to those who opposed the scheme: "Get out of the way, piss off."
The comments came during Mr Giles' speech about his direction for the NT's future at the CLP central council meeting.
He used the soapbox to flog the Federal and former NT governments.
Mr Giles said his mission was to grow the NT economy while looking after the environment and addressing entrenched social issues.
    He said investors needed to know "we are open for business and open in the way we do business".
"It's not just about Darwin and Alice Springs, we need to break the cycle of welfare dependency and create real jobs for people in the bush," he said.
"We must ensure assets are managed sustainably ... environment and sacred sites can be protected while we grow the economy.
"We are the gateway to Asia - we need to rip off the gate."
Mr Giles said the Ord River Scheme framework to make northern Australia a national food bowl - an idea environmentalists dubbed a "dinosaur" - would be ready by mid-2014.
He also announced the NT would review the Federal Government's SIHIP bush housing scheme.
"We are going to find out where the money really went," he said.
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 06 July 2013 at 10:13
http://www.gwelodevelopments.com.au/pdfs/gwelo_newsletter_april_13_issue3.pdf (http://www.gwelodevelopments.com.au/pdfs/gwelo_newsletter_april_13_issue3.pdf)
Read the second page of the PDF here.
It reads:-
"Chinese eye Darwin Market".
Chinese investors are taking an interest in Territory property market. Grant Grantham of Raine and Horne, said that a curb on home ownership in China was driving investors towards Australia - particularly the boom city of Darwin. Darwin's close proximity to Asia is another factor that is sure to appeal to Chinese investors.
Seems to me this "Gwelo developments group" who can be observed here.
http://www.gwelodevelopments.com.au (http://www.gwelodevelopments.com.au)
 is setting up seminars to make Australians into property tycoons who are willing to give up their nation to China and die off rich and fat, while their sons and daughters are slaves to Chinese overlords.
I am tired of the traitors and their " embrace China , if you can't beat them, join them" attitudes.
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 09 August 2013 at 14:57
http://tools.ntnews.com.au/stories/54989662.php (http://tools.ntnews.com.au/stories/54989662.php)
WOULD-BE home buyers are being denied the Great Australian Dream, with house prices soaring to seven times the average household income.
A decade ago, a typical home cost just four times the average household income.
Fewer than half of Australia's 24 to 35-year-olds are homeowners, with the rate of home ownership crashing from 61 per cent in 1981 to 47 per cent in 2011.

And the proportion of Australians spending more than a third of their income on mortgage repayments has jumped 20 per cent since 2006.
Established house prices have grown an average of 6.7 per cent each year over the past decade, the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare said in a new report yesterday.

It warned first home buyers were being locked out of the market, despite record low interest rates.
"Strong house price growth affects households differently, with some homeowners and investors enjoying a surge in wealth while potential first home buyers may be locked out of home ownership in a private rental market where rents have risen strongly in recent years,'' it said.
The institute's director, David Kalisch, said the boom in house prices before the global financial crisis, combined with higher unemployment, was putting housing out of reach for some gen Y buyers.

"There is difficulty for some young adults to break into the labour market,'' he said.
"There is a trend to stay in education longer, and establish relationships later.''
Mr Kalisch said Australians were now more likely to have a mortgage, than to own their home outright.

"Many are refinancing, and with house prices going up people are not taking out higher loans and taking longer to pay them off,'' he said.
The report shows Australians are living in bigger houses the proportion of homes with more than four bedrooms has doubled to 30 per cent since 1986.

Australian Council for Social Service chief executive Cassandra Goldie yesterday said Gen Ys were pushing rents higher because they could not afford to buy.
"People who previously would be buying their first home are not able to do so, so they're bidding up the price of rents substantially in all the major cities,'' she said.

"If we don't fix the housing crisis in Australia we will see a growing rate of poverty.

:-\  Gee! wonder why in '81 61% of the people had their own homes and now more recently in 2011 it's down to 41% ? ??? 
Could it be that back in 1981 the Brown and Yellow people weren't allowed to invest in our property market and compete with us ???
 :-\ Why are the people of Generation Y struggling with employment? Could it be it is due to the fact corporate bigwigs rather outsource work internally and externally now?
Well if they don't fix this housing crisis they'll see a growing rate of poverty? Perhaps for white people! for the rising class of Asians who are cashed up and have been allowed to buy us out they'll be occupying our homes!
 :-\ How are they going to fix this problem if they are serious about it? I say shut the doors here and re-introduce the white Australia policy!
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 10 August 2013 at 14:13
http://www.ntnews.com.au/article/2013/08/07/323668_realestate.html (http://www.ntnews.com.au/article/2013/08/07/323668_realestate.html)
DARWIN house prices have hit a new record high, but price performances have been patchy in some areas like Tennant Creek, according to the most comprehensive set of Territory real estate figures.
 The Real Estate Institute NT's Real Estate Local Market report shows median house prices in Darwin have risen 3.4 per cent in the June quarter to hit $612,000.
REINT chief executive Quentin Kilian said it was a new record for the Greater Darwin area.
"It's the highest it's ever been," Mr Kilian said.
House prices took a tumble after 2008 and while increases had been spectacular it has taken some time to get back to pre-crash highs.
 Unit prices in Greater Darwin rose 9.2 per cent on the quarter to hit $464,000.
Median rent for a two-bedroom unit in Greater Darwin rose to $485 a week but yields fell from 5.8 per cent to 5.4 per cent largely due to rising prices.
Tennant Creek median house prices fell 10.5 per cent on the quarter but were up 11 per cent on the same quarter last year - but the market there is small and numbers are volatile with just one sale able to skew them.
Katherine prices and rents went up again with Mr Kilian saying the NT Government had made the right decision to release a big tranche of land in the town.
Mr Kilian said "Nimby" groups had been saying not to release land - but it was necessary.
Unit prices were flat in Alice Springs for the quarter and down 5.7 per cent over the same quarter last year.
Rents for houses and units also fell compared with the same quarter last year.
But the silver lining for the Centralian town was in house prices, with the median rising 4.9 per cent on the quarter to hit $469,500

Well with our "friend" from the Gwello developments group selling seminars for selling all the property BLATANTLY to the Asians in Darwin who can be surprised?
As for Tennant creek home prices slumping? Well who really wants to live there? That is an ugly place full of Boongs ! Not even the gooks find it appealing to invest there.
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 21 August 2013 at 13:35
http://www.ntnews.com.au/article/2013/08/21/324098_ntnews.html (http://www.ntnews.com.au/article/2013/08/21/324098_ntnews.html)
ABOUT 3500 workers will be bussed in and out of Darwin International Airport when the Inpex project hits peak construction.
Workers will get off the plane and straight on the Buslink VIVO coaches.
At peak construction, 72 buses will run between the airport to the Howard Springs workers camp and the Blaydin Point work site.
A JKC spokesperson said some contractors would work on different rosters, with some working three weeks on then one week off while others might do four weeks on and one week off.
When they finished their rostered duties, they would have to leave the Howard Springs camp.
Philippine Airlines assistant vice-president of government affairs Jose E.L. Perez de Tagle has said more than 50 per cent of the 1092 passengers flying in and out of Darwin on the airline's new daily service would initially be FIFO workers.  Two legged insect people robbing from us!    It is not known how many fly-in-fly-out workers would come from overseas sources, as JKC was not able to say.
But the spokesperson said most of the international FIFO workers would not come from the Philippines.
It is also not known whether they would come in under a regional migration agreement, a free trade agreement or 457 visas. Instead, JKC project director John Bramley said JKC was a global joint venture with a culturally diverse workforce.

Just great? A culturally diverse workforce! Even better and more "exciting term"?" Global joint venture" Now lets all go hold hands under the rainbow and sing "what a wonderful world ". Let's all try and hype some B/S free trade agreement where Bigwigs can legally get bug eyed gook slaves to take our jobs!

"We are constantly monitoring our labour requirements and that of our subcontractors," he said.

Guess that means they have a HR team finding loop-holes to get these Phillipino slaves in here?

"JKC expects to source the majority of the workforce needed for construction of the Ichthys Project onshore LNG facilities from within Australia.
"In the event that labour for specific occupations cannot be located or trained within Australia some workers may come from international destinations."
Electrical Trades Union NT organiser Paul Kirby said a memorandum of understanding and an enterprise agreement both stated JKC would exhaust all local and national employment opportunities before they investigate overseas options.
About 4000 workers are expected to be needed to build the Ichthys gas facility.
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 02 September 2013 at 10:36
  http://www.ntnews.com.au/article/2013/09/02/324413_ntnews.html (http://www.ntnews.com.au/article/2013/09/02/324413_ntnews.html)
A CHINESE state-owned company has been fined $14,850 for paying workers as little as $1.90 an hour.
China Sanan Engineering Construction Corporation was investigated by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship when it used Chinese workers to assess and supervise the dismantling and removal of heavy equipment at the former Mitsubishi site in Adelaide from October 2009 to June 2010.

The Fair Work Ombudsman said it became involved as there were claims the company was paying workers as little as $1.90 per hour.
The matter went to the Federal Circuit Court which accepted evidence that after the workers returned home to China they were paid wages that met Australian minimum wage requirements.
Federal Circuit Court Judge Denys Simpson fined the company $14,850 for breaching workplace law relating to frequency of payments which requires employers to pay  employees wages at least monthly.

The company was fined because the wages were paid  only after the workers returned home  to China.

Damn those sneaky employers in Australia who get these slaves to take our work.. the cheek of it all!
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 11 September 2013 at 12:17
http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/business/companies/holden-factory-should-be-sold-to-the-chinese-expert/story-fni0d54v-1226717216719 (http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/business/companies/holden-factory-should-be-sold-to-the-chinese-expert/story-fni0d54v-1226717216719)

HOLDEN'S car factory should be sold to - or create an alliance with - a Chinese company, says the industry expert who drafted the controversial plan that forced Holden, Toyota and Nissan to share their locally-made cars in the 1980s. 
Dr Nicholas Gruen, an economic policy adviser to two Federal Government ministers and a former head of a Productivity Commission Inquiry also said if Australian car manufacturing were shut down it's "not a catastrophe, it's unfortunate".

He suggested the Australian manufacturing facilities owned by Holden and Ford should be sold to or have an alliance formed with a Chinese company.

Dr Gruen said governments needed to attach more conditions to any future handouts.
"We've already committed to throwing a fair bit of money at this industry for good or for bad, how can we can think about doing it in the most constructive way possible?" said Dr Gruen.
Despite being pledged $5.4 billion in taxpayer funding over 10 years the Australian car manufacturing industry is on the brink since Ford announced it would close its factories in October 2016.

The parts supply base that typically manufactures components for all three local car makers will need to survive on the outputs of Holden and Toyota once Ford closes.
It means the industry will likely need more taxpayer assistance to make fewer parts and vehicles while employing fewer people.

The local car industry is being crippled because Australia has high labour costs and a strong currency compared to other car-making countries in the Asia-Pacific region.
Low import tariffs, meanwhile, have helped foreign cars crush the sales dominance of the locally-made Ford Falcon and Holden Commodore.
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 27 September 2013 at 00:57
http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/realestate/lleyton-hewitt8217s-west-lakes-mansion-back-on-market-at-3m/story-fni0c830-1226727234748?utm_source=The%20Advertiser&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=editorial&net_sub_uid=81520781 (http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/realestate/lleyton-hewitt8217s-west-lakes-mansion-back-on-market-at-3m/story-fni0c830-1226727234748?utm_source=The%20Advertiser&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=editorial&net_sub_uid=81520781)
LLEYTON Hewitt’s family hopes fresh marketing, including promotion in China, and an improved market will help sell the tennis star’s long-vacant $3 million West Lakes house.                                       
The palatial home in Adelaide’s west is now listed on realestate.com.au (http://www.realestate.com.au/property-house-sa-west+lakes-105330730)                and Harcourts Aqua agent Steve von der Borch, who is selling the home, said he expected increased interest in the property.
Hewitt’s parents Glynn and Cherilyn Hewitt have granted Mr von der Borch permission to upload more photos of the 29 Martin Court property, giving homebuyers their first real look inside the tennis superstar’s home.
“We’re not selling a secret anymore and we can make a bit of noise about it, so we’ve put it up online and will put it up on an international website and very likely it will form part of what we’ll take to China for a property exhibition in Shanghai in December,” Mr von der Borch said.

Yes, China is the answer to our money problems.. who cares If our kids have Asian overlords owning everything? I'll light a cigar and retire and die.
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 03 June 2014 at 08:04
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2012-10-02/fullerton-high-stakes/4289756 (http://www.abc.net.au/news/2012-10-02/fullerton-high-stakes/4289756)

The much anticipated release of Dr Ken Henry's White Paper on Australia in the Asian Century is sure to raise the stakes on foreign ownership. In part two of her investigation, ABC's Ticky Fullerton looks at the politics around Chinese agricultural investment.

As everyone obsesses about Cubbie Station and Tasmanian dairies, what's fallen off the radar is a tender for a huge chunk of land with its attached water rights in the Kimberley region of Western Australia: the $311 million Stage-2 expansion of the Ord development.

The announcement of the winner was expected from the Government in mid-July, but commercial terms for the tender are being altered. Politically the delay is very convenient.

Unlike Cubbie, the Ord tender has a competitive bid from a local cattle company. The Australian Agricultural Company (AACo), which owns about 1.1 per cent of Australia's land mass, is competing to develop the 15,000 hectares of land. The other front runner is a Shanghai-based company, the Zhongfu Group, whose bid was reportedly assisted by Bob Hawke. The Australian reported (Paywall) that Zhongfu believes it actually needs 30,000-40,000 hectares of sugar crops in the region.

Barnaby Joyce has weighed in here too - this time after it was made public in May that Trade Minister Craig Emerson had been working for a year on a joint study with the Chinese government to examine policy changes needed for large scale investment by Chinese agricultural interests in undeveloped land in northern Australia. That was a red rag to a bull for Senator Joyce.

Senator Joyce went as far as to suggest that Craig Emerson, a former economic adviser to Mr Hawke in the '80s, was "following on the heels of his former boss... who does not hide, but he's involved in selling large parts of regional Australia to the Chinese."

An apoplectic Dr Emerson hit back. He denied any knowledge of Mr Hawke acting for Zhongfu in the tender process until he read about it in The Australian. He called (Paywall) Senator Joyce's comments a "disgraceful slur".

On The Business in June AACo's chief executive David Farley raised issues of possible government bias over the Ord, in the middle of the tender process.

The Australian's reported Bob Hawke's relationship with the - one of the proponents for the bid. We've read today that our Trade Minister Emerson has been promoting the product - the development itself in China. Obviously there's an influence there.

Emerson hit back again about his joint investment study.

...there is no proposal, despite what Senator Joyce and Senator Heffernan are saying, for foreign investors to come in here, buy up the Australian farm, dedicate the production to their home markets and not sell it on the market.

As the Trade Minister, and not Treasurer, Emerson is not formally part of the Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) approvals process. Yet the political backdrop is interesting.

An astute China watcher I spoke with recently observed the unhappiness among Chinese officials at the recent building up of Australia's ties with America and that Craig Emerson's Joint Study to encourage Chinese investment is to some degree an appeasement.

Furthermore, there are an ever increasing number of former politicians turned lobbyists actively working for Chinese firms looking at buying into Australia; including Bob Hawke, Alexander Downer and John Brumby. And when John Howard told a conference (Paywall) in China that foreign investment should be welcomed "without any sense of conditionality" he was speaking as global co-chairman of the Asia Pacific CEO Association, one of the summit's sponsors. All of this means interactions between lobbyists and cabinet ministers, particularly the Treasurer, who has sole discretion over any foreign investment decision referred from FIRB, have to be squeaky clean. Interesting times indeed.

As it turns out Zhongfu is not a State Owned Entity - that is what they clearly told me via the ABC's Beijing office in July. But then neither is telecom services provider Huawei, banned from bidding for the NBN for national security reasons. So if a concern with State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) is that the state might use its leverage to intervene, then what of commercial companies like Huawei where there are questionable ties with the Chinese Communist Party? Could they be influenced to operate in the Chinese national interest if directed?

For David Farley the playing field is skewed on so many levels; foreign investment needs a complete rethink. SOEs have deep pockets, cheaper funding costs, and don't necessarily look to make commercial returns. In a recent conversation with me he pointed to private equity like TPG skipping off with its massive tax play on Myer. He said they can structure themselves smartly in a way that companies like his just can't. That goes for capital gains, depreciation, and even passive investment income.

"At the moment we are making it attractive for foreign capital to participate and harvest good reward from and take out of the country without it being to the benefit of the country", Mr Farley told (PDF) the Senate committee examining the FIRB's national interest test.

Not 15 years ago, when AMP had the massive Stanbroke Pastoral, I remember driving through the Namoi Valley past National Mutual-owned cotton farms. They are all gone. The capital growth plays of the '90s have been overtaken by an aging baby boom generation wanting dividends now.

After presenting Landline I gained great friends whose livelihoods depend on strong trade relations with our Asian neighbours and who are appalled with a 'paranoid' position on China. Yet earlier this year, they were the ones stressing just how serious the interruption of live export of cattle was to Indonesia, as the Indonesians saw this as a threat to their protein chain.

David Farley again, whose major business is live transport, explains:

...if you disrupt food chains into countries, you soon disrupt social stability and government stability... The disruption or the banning of the live trade 12 months ago, the consequences are still flowing on... We'll need dexterity with our ability to meet the demand on Australia, to meet the global calling of food... And we're talking of assets now that have got incredible life to them. These aren't like gas fields or coal mines.

The Senate Committee report promises to be eye opening, if it doesn't change practices before its release. Already FIRB appears to be sharpening up its act. The new Chairman Brian Wilson is a former banker with a nose for tax issues.

In August, FIRB mused about requiring all sales to occur through open markets unless the investor brings in a commercial partner or third-party manager and calls for local listings, as Huawei has recently proposed.

Let me stress that these two reports are not anti-foreign investment. They call for more disclosure and more scrutiny. Chinese investment in Australian agriculture is likely to increase. Just look at Tasmanian Premier Lara Giddings' determined attempts to encourage Chinese investment in the state's dairy and forestry industries, post the Gunns collapse. If anywhere needs propping up with a bit of foreign investment, it's Tasmania.

Yet the debate around Chinese investment remains badly skewed. I for one was disappointed by the ANU's attempts earlier in the month to stimulate 'informed debate'. No doubt it was partly in response to this year's Lowy Institute Poll showing 81 per cent of respondents said they were against "the Australian Government allowing foreign companies to buy Australian farmland to grow crops or farm livestock", and 56 per cent felt "the Australian Government is allowing too much investment from China".

Dr Ken Henry, head of the Australia in the Asian Century task force, said the rules need to be better explained if the community is to support such investment, only to later quip at a conference, "I hear and hear quite often that people in the bush are outraged about foreigners buying their land. Well they're the people who are selling the land to the foreigners." Many folk have left the land with a heavy heart, not least because of a changing water policy.

The stakes are about to be raised on foreign ownership, with the release of Dr Henry's White Paper. So it's worth noting that as Heffernan warns the national interest test is purely political, the Senate committee is also political: it's Coalition driven. David Farley talks his own book, that's his job.

But let's not be bullied into an unquestioning belief that Chinese agricultural investment is right, almost righteous for Australia, at a time when so many questions hang over the FIRB process and the national interest test.

Investment should be welcomed, subject to an approval process that stands the test of time. If not, sooner or later, there'll be another small voice from somewhere saying "please explain?" And would anyone want that?
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 05 July 2014 at 10:01
http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/national/china-alleges-its-money-was-used-on-palmer-united-party-taxis/story-fnii5v6u-1226978331900 (http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/national/china-alleges-its-money-was-used-on-palmer-united-party-taxis/story-fnii5v6u-1226978331900)

CLIVE Palmer used money from the Chinese Government to pay taxi cabs to ferry around Palmer United Party scrutineers at last year’s Federal election, according to Federal Court testimony. 
Alleged expenditure of PUP scrutineers at last year’s Federal poll could also come under scrutiny, as a subsidiary of Chinese state-owned company Citic Pacific seeks answers on the whereabouts of $12.167 million from a bank account controlled by Palmer’s mining company.

Mr Palmer has denied there is any money missing from the account in question.

It is part of a massive legal dispute between Mr Palmer’s Mineralogy and his estranged business partner, Citic Pacific’s subsidiary Sino Iron, over the operation of a West Australian iron ore mine.

The Courier-Mail this week revealed Sino Iron had lobbed 15 applications in the Supreme Court of Queensland, including subpoenas for two cheque butts for $12 million and one for the Federal MP himself to put in an appearance at secret arbitration hearings.

Claims some of the funds paid for taxis demonstrate the level of detail being sought in the legal dispute, as Citic Pacific’s subsidiaries attempt to trace the use of funds from an account intended to pay for the management of a WA port by Mineralogy.

Lawyer for Sino Iron Andrew Bell SC has questioned whether Mineralogy could have legitimately spent over $20 million when it was yet to take control of the port.
“There are really serious questions about the operation of this account,” Dr Bell told a Federal Court hearing in Perth on May 7. “It (the account) has been used to fund Mineralogy over legal proceedings. It has been used to fund engineers in respect of other tenements controlled by Mr Palmer.

“Some of it has been used to pay for taxis for scrutineering in the federal election.”

But Mr Palmer said the real issue was “hundreds of millions of dollars” in royalties he says is owed to him by Sino Iron relating to their operations in his Pilbara mining tenements.

Mr Palmer could not be reached for comment yesterday. The Gold Coast-based mining magnate, whose wealth has been estimated at almost $1 billion, is head of the self-named party that now holds the balance of power in the Senate.

Under examination is expenditure that includes $10 million said to be paid by cheque to little-known Palmer company Cosmo Developments as well as $2.167 million allegedly paid to Fortitude Valley-based advertising company Media Circus Network last September, the month of the federal election.

Just lovely how our Pollies are getting $ from China to boost their election spruiking and party status!

Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 05 July 2014 at 13:45
And from a hostile nation at that. We'll need an extra thick power pole to hang that fat traitor from, come the Day of the Rope!
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 10 August 2014 at 12:59
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=256Pid928D4&feature=player_embedded (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=256Pid928D4&feature=player_embedded)

Sheesh! A Chink theme park on Australian soil to aid the pro China propagandists here in their task to sell us China as our future overlords as well as get Ching Chong Tourists to come check out their own culture on our soil!? Wonder if they got Commies in tanks running over citizens in their Tiana minh square there?
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 26 August 2014 at 02:18
http://www.skynews.com.au/news/top-stories/2014/08/26/palmer-apologises-to-china-over-comments.html?cid=BP_RSS_SN-TOPSTORIES_3_PalmerapologisestoChinaovercomments_260814 (http://www.skynews.com.au/news/top-stories/2014/08/26/palmer-apologises-to-china-over-comments.html?cid=BP_RSS_SN-TOPSTORIES_3_PalmerapologisestoChinaovercomments_260814)

Clive Palmer has apologised to the Chinese ambassador for his televised tirade against the country last week.'I regret any hurt or anguish such comments may have caused any party and I look forward to greater understanding for peace and cooperation in the future,' he wrote in a letter to China's ambassador, Ma Zhaoxu.

The Palmer United Party leader described the Chinese government as mongrels and bastards and accused them of trying to take over Australia in a rant on the ABC's QA program last Monday.

He later insisted the live-to-air comments were directed at a Chinese company he's fighting in court, not the Chinese government or people.

This is a load of B/S! He also said on the show that the Chinese government are a communist government without a justice system who kill their own people!

On Monday he wrote to the ambassador, releasing the letter publicly on Tuesday.'I now come to the realisation that what I said on QA was an insult to Chinese people everywhere and I wish to assure them they have my most genuine and sincere apology,' he wrote.'I am sorry that I said the things I said on the program.

What he said about the Chinese being Mongrels and Bastards was true. Just now it'll hurt his "hip pocket" if the Chinese don't want to invest anymore here. Besides wasn't this the same person who funded his election campaign with Chink $?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=SUdeFXmtMIs (https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=SUdeFXmtMIs)
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 09 January 2015 at 10:58
http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/business/sa-bidding-to-host-240-chinese-billionaires-and-3000-delegates/story-fni6uma6-1227180089415 (http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/business/sa-bidding-to-host-240-chinese-billionaires-and-3000-delegates/story-fni6uma6-1227180089415)

TWO hundred and forty Chinese billionaires will be descending on Adelaide over one weekend should an international congress bid prove successful later this year. 
The somewhat surreal scenario will open up opportunities for Chinese investors to invest in South Australia’s hotels, wineries, agricultural businesses and more according to Adelaide Convention Bureau chief executive Damien Kitto.

Adelaide will find out whether it has won the right to host the 2017 World Chinese Entrepreneurs congress, which will bring 3000 Chinese business visitors in total, in June or July.

Mr Kitto said domestic backing for the bid has been universal he said.

“The Premier has been an absolute key supporter. He has realised the bid for the World Chinese Entrepreneurs congress is a huge free kick for trade relations not only with China but with independent Chinese business networks around the globe.”

Federal ministers Andrew Robb and Julie Bishop have also backed the Australian bid for the three day, biennial event.

Adelaide is one of just three cities in the running but can expect heavy opposition from the two competing bids — Vancouver, and London.


There is a possible ace in the pack for Adelaide however.

Last November’s historic China-Australia free trade agreement, which will remove certain barriers to future trade between the two countries, can only boost Adelaide’s chances of a win (White death)said Mr Kitto.

“The fair trade agreement is a game changer for all economic reasons and will make a real difference,” he said.

“The congress is a chance to really increase the whole trade import and export opportunities for the state and China and the Chinese networks

“It’s a significant opportunity and it all starts with a simple conference.”

Global attention, courtesy of big name delegates, should not be ignored either. This year’s Chinese Entrepreneurs conference will be held in Bali in September with US president Barack Obama and China president Xi Jinping listed as speakers.

The Adelaide Convention Bureau currently bids for around 100 conferences annually with many smaller and medium conferences held across SA with the Barossa, Port Lincoln and Fleurieu Peninsula former hosts.

The ACB recently won the right to stage the International Astronautical Congress in 2017 which is estimated to be worth around $18 million to South Australia in direct and indirect benefits

Great! an Insect plague descending on my town raping stuff that was meant for me and future white generations!



Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 10 January 2015 at 09:08
Well, when these slant-eyed, yellow locusts descend upon Adelaide, it will not be CREATIVE IT WORLD http://creativeitworld.com (http://creativeitworld.com) that they descend upon. Gooks get nothing from me, because AT CREATIVE IT WORLD, THE CUSTOMER IS ALWAYS WHITE!

Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 12 April 2015 at 10:17
http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/realestate/buying/overseas-born-investors-buying-up-in-australia-prompts-new-website-that-compares-local-home-loans-in-mandarin/story-fni0catf-1227298853782 (http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/realestate/buying/overseas-born-investors-buying-up-in-australia-prompts-new-website-that-compares-local-home-loans-in-mandarin/story-fni0catf-1227298853782)

CHINESE property buyers are the target of an Australian mortgage broking firm capitalising on the rapid rise of overseas-born buyers spending up on local real estate. 
N1 Finance has made it easier than ever for Chinese-speaking buyers to understand the Australian mortgage market by launching the first online site comparing Australia’s biggest banks’ mortgage products in Mandarin.
The company’s managing director Ren Wong said the site, chengdai.com.au, was created as a result of “huge growth” in Chinese-speaking buyers living in Australia.

NATION'S most expensive apartment purchased by Chinese businessman

He said the site, which can also be accessed in China, was looking to attract foreign investors but for now remained focused on Chinese-speaking property buyers living in Australia.

“This site makes it more accessible for Chinese-speaking clients, even though they live here and work here and speak English, speaking about home loans is a complicated matter,’’ Mr Wong said.

“There’s hundreds of products in the market that all come with different fees and features, it’s just making it easier for them to ask questions.’’

Figures from the Foreign Investment Review Board found property buyers from China spent a whopping $5.9 billion on Australian real estate in 2013.

But recent data from China’s National Bureau of Statistics shows new property prices in February fell in 66 out of 70 major cities surveyed and were down by 5.7 per cent than one year ago.

Mr Wong said there was a disparity between mortgage products in Australia and China — mortgages in China are often much shorter spanning five to 10 years long compared to Australia where they are often 30 years.

Chinese mortgages also don’t have mortgage offset accounts to reduce interest costs and negative gearing does not exist.

But the Mortgage and Finance Association of Australia’s chief executive officer Siobhan Hayden said there was “no negligible growth” of Chinese investors in Australia.
“We have particularly in the market of Sydney a genuine lack of supply (of housing),’’ he said.

“I’m not concerned that (Chinese investment) is a significant part of our market or growing at an exponential rate.”

Foreign investors can sign up to Australian mortgage products when buying properties down under.

If they buy property off the plan or new-builds in Australia, they must get approval from the FIRB to do so.

If they buy established properties, they not only need FIRB approval, but they must be an owner-occupier and have a temporary visa.

But new laws proposed by the Federal Government plan to hit foreign investors with a $5,000 fee when buying FIRB-approved properties valued under $1 million.

A $10,000 application fee would apply, under the proposal, for properties with a purchase price more than $1 million and $20,000 for properties more than $2 million then it will rise incrementally.

This month a penthouse in one of Australia’s tallest residential buildings located in Melbourne and due to be completed by 2019 — the 108 building in Southbank — sold for a record-breaking $25 million to an international businessman based in China.

Mr Wong said these additional fees proposed by the Government “won’t do much” in preventing Chinese investors from buying in Australia.

Generally nonresident foreign buyers are prohibited from buying established dwellings in Australia.

N1 Finance has brokers in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane and is looking to expand their site to compare car loans.

Bloody Gooks ripping the carpet out from under our feet at every turn! >:D

Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 25 April 2015 at 13:17
http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/realestate/news/developer-veritas-liberte-marketing-delbridge-court-beaumont-to-chinese-buyers/story-fni0ci8n-1227320980071 (http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/realestate/news/developer-veritas-liberte-marketing-delbridge-court-beaumont-to-chinese-buyers/story-fni0ci8n-1227320980071)

A NEW multimillion-dollar housing “enclave” is being marketed almost exclusively to Chinese investors who are paying up to $3.5 million for a foothold in Adelaide’s exclusive eastern suburbs. 
In the past two weeks, developer Veritas Liberte — which means “true freedom” — has sold nine house-and-land packages in Delbridge Court, Beaumont, worth between $2 million and $3.5 million each.

Another 15 packages are to be sold on the 2.5ha site which offers some buyers uninterrupted views of the city.

Veritas Liberte, owned by Adelaide businessmen Luke Foster and Benny Xiong, is selling the properties through seminars in Shanghai as well as through their office in Halifax St.

Mr Foster and Mr Xiong bought the development site from a previous developer who struggled to sell blocks during the global financial crisis.

Rather than just selling land and waiting for people to build, Mr Foster and Mr Xiong’s company is a “one-stop service” for Chinese buyers, offering design and construction services and putting them in touch with immigration agencies and banks.

“The process has been very vague for them (until now),” Mr Foster said.

“They haven’t had a definite process to follow in terms of getting here and settling here so what Benny has driven within our company has been to refine that process to assist those people in real-estate buying and building a home but also helping them with that transition from Shanghai or the rest of China to Adelaide.

Mr Foster said buyers can only build houses on the land through his company which he said ensured the high standards and feel of the “enclave”were controlled.

“We want to make sure everything that’s built in that enclave is of a superior standard,” he said.

“What a lot of these people are concerned about is they go and buy something and they don’t know what’s happening next door, down the street or whatever.

“If you’re going to spend a significant amount of money, you want to have some guarantees and some certainties about what’s going to be around me.

“The other thing particularly for the Chinese is it’s all relationship-based — and they love the Burnside Council area.”

Veritas Liberte commissioned Chinese animation company SilkRoad to create a computer-generated video of how the development would look when all the houses were completed.

It promotes Beaumont as being one of Adelaide’s most exclusive suburbs and close to schools and universities.

Mr Xiong said the video helped explain to Chinese buyers more about Adelaide and the location of the development.

They normally looked at Sydney and Melbourne when wanting to invest in Australian real estate, he said.

“These people haven’t been to Adelaide and want to know more so we had to paint the picture about everything,” Mr Xiong said.

The blocks sold to date are in stage one of the development, which has access from Duncan Rd and Delbridge Court.

Stage two is on the other side of Delbridge Court, off Waterfall Gully Rd.

Stage three, which includes the most expensive blocks with views of the city, will go on sale soon.

This is bloody appauling! Blatant treason! A Chink runs a real estate show is trying to help the rest of his "human insect hive" the best he can to move into my town and occupy the space reserved for MY people!

... No body cares because the almighty $ rules anything out here!
People need to learn from the Lambing flat riots, 100 or so years ago and bloody well get it that the same thing is happening to our land as it was back then!

Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 02 May 2015 at 11:04
http://www.skynews.com.au/news/top-stories/2015/05/02/foreign-investors-breaking-law-face-fines.html?cid=BP_RSS_sn-topstories_2_foreign-investors-breaking-law-face-fines_020515 (http://www.skynews.com.au/news/top-stories/2015/05/02/foreign-investors-breaking-law-face-fines.html?cid=BP_RSS_sn-topstories_2_foreign-investors-breaking-law-face-fines_020515)

Foreigners who have bought Australian properties without proper approval have until the end of November to come forward or face tough penalties, under a crackdown on foreign property investment.

The package announced today includes fines of more than $100,000 and up to three years jail for individuals, and fines of more than $600,000 for companies.They will apply to foreign buyers and those who facilitate illegal property sales, including developers and real estate agents.

Prime Minister Tony Abbott says there are rules controlling foreign acquisition of real estate, but they hadn't being enforced under the former Labor government.Mr Abbott says there is no doubt illegal foreigner buyers were driving up property prices, and the government wanted to ensure locals are getting a 'fair go'.

The Property Council of Australia welcomed toughened compliance measures but said the new fees were too high.Chief executive Ken Morrison said a more moderate fee would more than cover the FIRB approvals process and ensure taxpayers are not out of pocket.

'But the government seems determined to use this process as an opportunity to raise revenue,' he said in a statement.Mr Morrison said this set a dangerous precedent for the states, with Victoria already announcing increases in stamp duty and land tax for foreign buyers. -

Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 15 June 2015 at 13:01
http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/technology/china-and-us-on-collision-course-for-war-over-south-china-sea/story-fni0byb7-1227398946930 (http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/technology/china-and-us-on-collision-course-for-war-over-south-china-sea/story-fni0byb7-1227398946930)

A QUIET battle lingering over the South China Sea just got a whole lot more dangerous after reports China tested hypersonic glide vehicles capable of carrying nuclear weapons. 
The vehicle, dubbed the WU-14, was the fourth test of the missile in 18 months, RT News reports.

The weapon is extremely advanced and can travel at 10 times the speed of sound.

And it’s ticking off the Americans.

The US has labelled the testing as an “extreme manoeuvre” amid tensions in the South China Sea, the South China Morning Post reports.

But China has been quick to dismiss any suggestion the tests were anything other than a normal exercise.

“The scheduled scientific research and experiments in our territory is normal, and those tests are not targeted at any country and specific goals,” the ministry told the Post.

Tensions between the two military superpowers have been increasing due to a cluster of tiny islands in the South China Sea.

And the US and China have been doing a lot of peacocking about them.

US Secretary of Defence Ash Carter has previously warned the US would not shy away from confronting Beijing about the continued expansion.

The problem is also placing Australia in an awkward position over who it would be better off being best buddies with. ::)

The tiny man-made islands popping up in the South China Sea have been dubbed a “flashpoint” of war due to the land grab they inspire.

The Chinese have used dredging engineering to create the islands from what were previously reefs — and it claims it has the sovereign right to do this, despite some of them being 1400km from China’s mainland or on the continental shelfs of the Philippines and Vietnam.

Militarisation of those islands could very well result in conflict between China and US, which runs its ships through the area.

That would drag Australia firmly into the war muck — Australia needs China for trade, but the US is one of its closest defence allies.

As well as US military interests in the area, countries including the Philippines, Brunei, Malaysia, Taiwan and Vietnam also have a stake in the region.

As each island appears, China stakes a claim in the sea around it and this is the crux of the issue for China’s neighbours.

About 1500 hectares of land has been reclaimed by the Chinese. It gives the country another 12 nautical miles of territory at each new border, and also creates 200 extra miles of economic zones to dig for oil, gas and to fish in.

The deputy dean of global studies at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Professor Joseph Siracussa, told news.com.au that the two nations were “spoiling for a fight”.
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 20 June 2015 at 13:07
http://www.theherald.com.au/story/3148843/china-theme-park-plan-refused/ (http://www.theherald.com.au/story/3148843/china-theme-park-plan-refused/)

WYONG Council’s $500 million China theme park proposal has stumbled at the first official hurdle over rubbery job estimates, excessive height limits and over-zealous rezoning plans.

Confirmation that the NSW Department of Planning has cut the council’s grand plans for the Chappypie China theme park at Warnervale down to size comes only days after the council’s grand plans for a stand-alone university sank under the weight of public and political opposition.
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 08 July 2015 at 14:05
http://www.smh.com.au/business/mining-and-resources/hsbc-says-china-buyers-hunting-australian-infrastructure-assets-20150708-gi6u90 (http://www.smh.com.au/business/mining-and-resources/hsbc-says-china-buyers-hunting-australian-infrastructure-assets-20150708-gi6u90)

Several of China's largest state-run infrastructure groups will bid for a string of port and utility deals in Australia by year-end, reflecting the shift away from deals in the iron ore and coal sectors.

Banking giant HSBC has arranged funding for two of the largest inbound Chinese investments into Australia, in the past year: China Merchants Group, which teamed up with Hastings Funds Management in a $1.75 billion deal to secure a 98-year lease on the Port of Newcastle last year, and more recently China Communications Construction Company for its $1 billion acquisition of former Leighton subsidiary John Holland.

"China has got an enormous amount of sovereign wealth and it is looking to deploy that money into high quality assets into Australia," said Todd Langsford, HSBC's head of leveraged acquisition finance, in an interview with Fairfax Media.

The bank said there has been a strategic shift within China from mining and resources deals to infrastructure assets, reflecting a move in its economy away from heavy industry into transport, logistics and engineering with a long-term investment focus.

"When you talk to the senior folk in those firms, it's not just a pure investment thesis," said Lyndon Hsu, HSBC's Asia Pacific head of leveraged acquisition finance. "In fact the returns these investors are making you could not describe as being short term, high level returns. They are actually more longer term based returns."

While long-term supplies of Australian iron ore and coal remain critical for China, deals are unlikely to be so closely tied to the mine gate, according to Mr Hsu who points to China Merchants and Hastings' preference for long dated, reliable returns from the Port of Newcastle.

"Clearly China Merchants were attracted to the infrastructure asset and they like the long-term returns associated with that type of investment," said Mr Langsford.

Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 10 July 2015 at 10:21
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5h5nPLK6_Q (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5h5nPLK6_Q)

"You thiin you wii da waa buut yoo didn win da waa. Japnee man buy Australa"



http://img.memecdn.com/asians_mp4_1167639.mp4 (http://img.memecdn.com/asians_mp4_1167639.mp4)
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 10 July 2015 at 10:55



Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 18 July 2015 at 06:05
http://www.ntnews.com.au/realestate/chinese-billionaire-communist-xingfa-ma-pays-47-million-for-nt-cattle-station/story-fnk4wt05-1227446749185 (http://www.ntnews.com.au/realestate/chinese-billionaire-communist-xingfa-ma-pays-47-million-for-nt-cattle-station/story-fnk4wt05-1227446749185)

A SENIOR Chinese Communist Party member has purchased two cattle stations on the Northern Territory-Queensland border. 
The $47 million deal will see Xingfa Ma, who made his billions in the ball bearing business, acquire Queensland’s Wentworth station and the NT’s Wollogorang station – a property known for its shady criminal history as much as its beef production and natural beauty.

Mr Ma is listed by Bloomberg as a member of the Chinese Communist Party and a former member of the Zhejiang Committee of the National People’s Congress.

According to Reuters, the sale was finalised this week and will see Mr Ma add to his portfolio of Australian pastoral properties: Balfour Downs, Emu Downs and Wandanya Station.

He will acquire 40,000 head of cattle along with more than 700,000ha of pastoral land, where a gang of notorious international criminals were once busted running a massive drug operation. Former member of the NT Police Drug Squad Dennis Hart said the drug plot came undone when the group tried to fly a shipment of drugs into Sydney.

more bloody treason!
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 18 July 2015 at 09:42
http://www.ntnews.com.au/news/world/australia-and-us-insist-talisman-sabre-2015-not-directed-at-china/story-fnjbobed-1227445969455 (http://www.ntnews.com.au/news/world/australia-and-us-insist-talisman-sabre-2015-not-directed-at-china/story-fnjbobed-1227445969455)

During a lightning visit to the exercise area on Sunday, Prime Minister Tony Abbott insisted that China appreciated that Australia was an ally of the United States.

“That has never stopped a very strong friendship with China,” he said.

“Both Australia and the United States and Australia are friends of China’s. We are all encouraged by the rise of China.”

For many in Washington the news that they were friends of China would have come as a surprise.

Given the amount of military might on display at TS 2015 and that China has in the past described Australia as the “southern claw” of the American crab, Beijing might have been equally shocked by the Abbott “friends” analysis.

For those in the Pentagon who believe that China’s growing military might and territorial arrogance in the South China Sea are key drivers of the American “pivot” to Asia and Uncle Sam’s growing military presence in Northern Australia, not to mention the involvement for the first time of Japanese forces, it is a tricky concept to grasp.

Mr Abbott further confused things when he declined to rule out the possible future permanent basing of US forces in Northern Australia.
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 09 August 2015 at 02:03
I found a card with this info on it.


Unemployment is at worrying Levels and for young people it is reaching crisis levels in many communities.

Jobs for our kids and community should be the number one priority for our local member Fiona Scott but she is a member of a Government that has:-

*Signed a free trade deal with China that allows companies to fly in their own workforce without a requirement to hire ANY local workers

*Allowed employers to use and abuse temporary work visas with 10% of the workforce now on temporary work permits.

*Let 200,000 good jobs go offshore after Joe Hockey goaded the car industry into leaving the nation.

*Caused the loss of 20,000 jobs through their savage cuts to local and community services.

*Cut Billions to the TAFE system.

* pushed to make a university degree course cost $100,000

*tried to remove unemployment benefits from young people.

for further talk email cvonwootten@actu.org.au

I am definitely not a fan of Labour.. but the Libs have done some major mess ups as you can see! Privatisation is just treason!
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 13 October 2015 at 13:17
http://www.ntnews.com.au/business/giles-announces-port-of-darwin-leased-for-99-years-for-506-million/story-fnk2tq5v-1227567793793 (http://www.ntnews.com.au/business/giles-announces-port-of-darwin-leased-for-99-years-for-506-million/story-fnk2tq5v-1227567793793)

THE Port of Darwin has been leased for 99 years to Chinese owned Landbridge Group for $506 million, Chief Minister Adam Giles has announced. 
Mr Giles, who surprised everybody with the announcement less than two weeks after expressions of interest closed, said the biggest advantage to the NT is the private investment in the Port that will grow the economy and open up better trade links with Asia for the future.

“What we want to make sure is that it’s about long term jobs and investment in the Northern Territory,” Mr Giles said.

Landbridge has pledged to spend $35 million in the first five years to expand the Port and $200 million over a 25-year period.

The company’s Australian infrastructre director Mike Hughes said the group had the connections in China to increase trade, expand the port and get shipping prices down through economies of scale.

“We believe we’ll put Darwin on the map in China for Chinese businesses. We are the right partner for the Northern Territory,” he said.

A condition of the agreement will see the NT Government take in 15 per cent of any so-called “super profits” — revenue earned over annual projections.

The Government also sought to keep 20 per cent of the Port in Australian hands, for now with the NT Government. But Landbridge must find an Australian company to take the 20 per cent share within five years.
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 13 October 2015 at 23:33
Ever heard of a place called Hong Kong? Britain leased that Chinese territory which libtard history today denounces as White Supremacist Colonialism. Those same libtards welcome the Chinese takeover of Australian territory and reject any talk of the Yellow Colonialism as the last vestiges of White Australian Policies of Supremacy. Each area that the Yellow Peril gains a foothold becomes another area of Australia that enters the Third World as working conditions and pay rates plummet to the depths of a hateful, false revenge driven Colonial Marxist China.

Abos given the remaining viable farming land; general Gooks, Pakis, Sand-Nigs and Africoons encouraged to create ghettos in our cities and towns; Jews controlling business and dictating all levels and every side of politics ... in all these No-Go Zones for Whites, where's all the White Australian people at?


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Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 14 October 2015 at 00:52
The pollies speak about these Chinese deals like they are the most wonderful things! Well they are wonderful things for big business.. but not for white people. They promise us jobs and stronger economy.. but you can bet the labour isn't white.

I was just shocked being in Sydney recently, walking from Central station to Martin place via George street. It was SWAMPED WITH ASIANS! The building with paddy's market in it . SWAMPED! Every thing in it was just Chinese/Asian themed. A damn dancing Chinese Lion display, all little chinks playing for anime prizes in the video arcade.. All bug eyed faces looking on. Buildings with Chinese texts all over the shop fronts. The town is lost and I felt like a stranger.

Even there were white girls dressed up in sailor suits and berets like the Asian school girls wear and they were speaking Japanese amongst themselves with their Jap friends. WTF?!
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 15 October 2015 at 12:56
http://www.ntnews.com.au/business/te...-1227570163256 (http://www.ntnews.com.au/business/te...-1227570163256)

 TERRITORIANS appear split over the 99-year lease of the Darwin Port, with many taking to social media to voice their concerns while industry stakeholders yesterday said the deal was solid for the Territory’s future.

 Chief Minister Adam Giles announced the lease to Chinese-owned Landbridge on Tuesday, kicking off a social media storm of angry comments and claims that he sold the Territory out.

 Many took to the NT News Facebook page to voice their displeasure, suggesting the lease price of $506 million was not enough for another public asset to be sold off while others called the move “stupid”.

Labor leader Michael Gunner said yesterday the deal was “terrible for Territorians” and compared it to the sale of TIO.

“It is electoral cowardice to not take this to an election,” he said. “Adam Giles*BOONG* is hoping to make some quick cash here and try and buy back voters because he knows the CLP is in a deep, deep hole.”

But Independent MLA Gerry Wood, who also sat on the Parliamentary committee that made recommendations on the sale, said he was convinced the deal was good for the future of the Territory. He added that the deal did follow the committee’s recommendations, including limiting future rent increases and ensuring the Government has a say over price and access issues.
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 15 October 2015 at 22:17
Abos hate White Australia so much that every opportunity they get they will GIVE the country away to foreign muds. Making some money out of it is only an extra bonus. The same goes on the US all the time: Muds support what would otherwise be rival muds because they will do anything to get one over Whitey.

The Racial Holy War cannot come soon enough for me. I'd dearly love to shoot and kill another mud.

Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 16 October 2015 at 03:25
http://www.ntnews.com.au/business/gi...-1227571634482 (http://www.ntnews.com.au/business/gi...-1227571634482)

 AUSTRALIAN Defence Forces were consulted over the Giles Government’s 99-year lease of the Darwin Port to a Chinese-owned company, Chief Minister Adam Giles said yesterday.

 The $506 million deal was also reviewed by the Foreign Investment Review Board despite it not having to be and that the Australian Defence had expressed approval of the deal before it was finalised, Mr Giles said.

“Having said that, we still did go and ask the question and get the assessment done (with FIRB),” he said.

“We also went and had a chat with Defence about whether or not there were defence implications there.

“We got the tick-off from Defence and we’re quite happy that we met any of those concerns that people may or may not have had.”

But Mr Giles did not say whether his Government discussed the deal with US Marines who have called the Darwin Port “vitally important” on their website.

 The US Navy carries out numerous multinational military exercises and hosts foreign warships every year in Darwin. Australia and the US recently agreed to work together to enhance naval cooperation as tensions grow in the South China Sea.

 Australian Defence Forces did not respond to questions by deadline yesterday. But a Federal Government official has indicated that Defence secured a 15-year access agreement to the port before the lease was signed and will also develop an alternative barge in Darwin.

 Landbridge spokesman Mike Hughes said on Tuesday the company would set the port up to “put Darwin on the map in China for Chinese companies”.

Yes! Smart Work Mr Giles, you dumb Abo! Just giving our port away to the enemy at a cheap lease when our own people need it to defend against them . He thinks it'll bring jobs? Probably only for Chinks doing cheap labour on a free trade deal.
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 17 October 2015 at 06:07
http://www.ntnews.com.au/lifestyle/d...-1227572672378 (http://www.ntnews.com.au/lifestyle/d...-1227572672378)

 DIRECT air links between China and the Top End are being discussed in the wake of the $506 million Darwin Port sale, the NT News can reveal.

 Both Chief Minister Adam Giles and Mike Hughes, the Australian head of the Port’s new owner, Landbridge Group, are confident flights could begin in the near future.

 The most likely link is to major cities Guangzhou or Shanghai, rather than Shandong Provence, which lies further north and is where Landbridge bases the majority of its business interests.

 Mr Giles said flights would be a byproduct of the Port deal and would have flow-on benefits to the tourism sector.

“(To support direct flights) you need to get people up the front of the plane in business class, you need people up the back of the plane and you need trade happening underneath,” Mr Giles said.

Landbridge says the Port deal will create interest in the NT and Darwin in China. The company has ties to China Southern Airlines, headquartered in Guangzhou, but Mr Hughes said they would not necessarily operate any service. Regardless, he said the demand was there.

 Mr Hughes told the NT News the Port was a “gateway” investment that would complement the company’s diverse business interests, which include onshore gas, tourism, real estate, petrochemicals, forestry and manufacturing.

“That’s definitely the way we’re looking at it (in Darwin),” Mr Hughes said. “The Port is the gateway. The Port facilitates what happens (in terms of growing trade between Australia and Asia).

Oh! what a fantastic idea?! Just give it all away and let the human insect race nick all the pollen (money) to take back to their hive in China.
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 20 November 2015 at 13:33
http://www.ntnews.com.au/business/let-us-know-next-time-how-the-worlds-most-powerful-man-slammed-australia-over-darwin-port-sale/story-fnk2tq5v-1227615376395 (http://www.ntnews.com.au/business/let-us-know-next-time-how-the-worlds-most-powerful-man-slammed-australia-over-darwin-port-sale/story-fnk2tq5v-1227615376395)

THE world’s most powerful person, US President Barack Obama has asked Australia to keep the United States in the loop from now on following dismay over the CLP Government’s decision to lease the Port of Darwin to a Chinese company for 99 years. 
The Australian Financial Review newspaper reports Mr Obama and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull discussed the issue during a bilateral meeting on the sidelines of this week’s APEC Summit in Manila.

The AFR reported there was consternation in Washington about the US not being consulted about the decision to allow a Chinese company with alleged links to the People’s Liberation Army to lease the Port of Darwin.

Mr Obama told Mr Turnbull the US found out about the deal by reading it in the New York Times. Mr Turnbull joked that the President needed to subscribe to the colourful tabloid, The NT News.

During the 90-minute meeting between the leaders in Manila, Mr Obama said he understood Australia’s relationship with China and its role in the region but, according to sources, said Washington should have been given a “heads up about these sorts of things”.
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 17 February 2016 at 05:56
http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/busine...d2e55c4a7fb1f0 (http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/busine...d2e55c4a7fb1f0)

 THE management of an 80-year-old Hindmarsh family business that announced its closure this morning, costing 54 jobs, has lashed out at the recent spate of free trade agreements that it says has made its future unviable.

 Family owned business Industrial Engineers and Spring Makers will cease operations on March 24, with all 54 employees — the majority of whom are older than 50 — to be made redundant.

 The company makes springs for cars, trucks, trailers and industrial applications, along with other allied products. However, management said the demise of the local automotive industry was not the driving factor of its predicament.

 Instead, senior manager Chris Coxon, whose grandfather Jack Marsh founded the company in 1935, laid blame on the increasing number of free trade agreements, which he says has created a uneven playing field.

In recent years, former trade minister (now trade envoy) Andrew Robb has overseen the signing of a number of agreements, with partner countries including China, Japan and Korea.

“To us it boils down to a policy issue, presumably in the name of free trade, which in turn assumes that free and open trade weeds out businesses that are inefficient,” Mr Coxon said.

“While true at a broad macro level, it can be utter nonsense at the micro community level, particularly when copies of our products are not made under the same conditions and regulatory environment.”

Mr Coxon said the writing was on the wall when major client Kenworth Trucks switched to an overseas supplier last year.

“Our issue is with the Chinese copying our products,” he said.

“They produce a lower quality good and charge, say, 20 per cent less for it, which, in this economic climate, sees around 80 per cent of people select that good.

“We make a better quality product but can’t compete on price.”

Managing director Tim Marsh said all of the company’s suppliers will be paid in full, on top of more than $1 million in redundancy payments and other entitlements.

“We want to do the right thing by everyone — nobody will miss out,” he said.
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 20 April 2016 at 23:35
http://www.ntnews.com.au/business/australias-largest-landholder-agrees-to-370-million-deal-with-chinese-company/news-story/fa128d728ea50b101f35819dfb180de2 (http://www.ntnews.com.au/business/australias-largest-landholder-agrees-to-370-million-deal-with-chinese-company/news-story/fa128d728ea50b101f35819dfb180de2)

Kidman, which has cattle stations covering 101,000 square kilometres in the Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia, and Western Australia produces grass-fed beef for export to Japan, the USA and Southeast Asia.

Kidman’s two stations in the NT are Helen Springs and Brunchilly near Tennant Creek.

It owns 160,000 cattle on leasehold land run as 17 properties.

Under the plan, it will sell 80 per cent of the cattle company to China’s Dakang Australia Holdings and the rest to locally listed Australian Rural Capital.

The deal will be subject to approval by the Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB).
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 07 May 2016 at 00:50
http://www.ntnews.com.au/business/chinese-eye-off-35m-darwin-cold-store/news-story/6eea7ea075ee7d58675cd68f60cfe6e7 (http://www.ntnews.com.au/business/chinese-eye-off-35m-darwin-cold-store/news-story/6eea7ea075ee7d58675cd68f60cfe6e7)

A $35 million cold store facility at East Arm might be the first project developed through the Territory’s relationship with the Shandong province in China.

Shandong is the region Landbridge Group, lessee of Darwin Port, is based.

Landbridge chairman Ye Cheng was part of a 17-man high-level delegation which included the Mayor of Rizhao, Liu Xingtai, who are in Darwin.

Also in the group is the general manager of Rizhao Tianze Cold Chain Logistics, Zheng Qiang, who are looking at the coldstores project here in Darwin.

Chief Minister Adam Giles, Deputy Chief Minister Peter Styles and various department heads including Ken Davies from Education, Michael Tennant from Business and Mines chief executive Ron Kelly were involved in the meeting.

“Already on the table is investors wanting to invest in improved cold store facilities and improved cruise ship facilities,” Mr Giles said.
Title: Re: Chinky Investors Buying Australia: Property, Business & Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 24 May 2016 at 06:17
http://www.ntnews.com.au/news/northern-territory/local-steel-manufacturers-reject-request-to-finish-fabrication-job-at-new-anaconda-store-at-jape-homemaker-village/news-story/4825425dcbfb5605633ad921ff2e1836 (http://www.ntnews.com.au/news/northern-territory/local-steel-manufacturers-reject-request-to-finish-fabrication-job-at-new-anaconda-store-at-jape-homemaker-village/news-story/4825425dcbfb5605633ad921ff2e1836)

LOCAL steel manufacturers have rejected a last-minute call to finish a fabrication job, pointedly telling the builder “it is such a shame that China can’t do this for you by Monday”.

In a scathing email obtained by the NT News, MMC general manager and chairman of the Manufacturers Council, Owen Pike, said he found the request from Hutchinson Builders “insulting”.

The $5000 job was to fabricate an awning for new lifestyle retailer Anaconda at the Jape Homemaker Village.

“MMC is unwilling to assist Hutchinson with this job. It is well known that Hutchison aggressively use southern and overseas suppliers and subcontractors and disregard local Darwin Business. I find (sic) insulting that you seek support from local business to complete urgent works at the end of a project it is such a shame that China can’t do this for you by Monday,” he said.

Hutchinson Builders is also building the $300 million Gateway project at Palmerston. For months now the NT News has been regularly contacted by steel manufacturers complaining about the lack of opportunities on the project.

The Gateway reaches an important milestone today with an on-site roof-topping ceremony to mark the completion of the highest construction point of the roof structure. Chief Minister Adam Giles will officiate at the ceremony.

Hutchinson’s site manager at Jape Homemaker, Ben Spink, who received Mr Pike’s response, was disappointed, describing it as “childish”.

“We had been using a local contractor for the job but when it came to the deadline he said he couldn’t do it so we asked MMC who have done work for us before,” Mr Spink said. “The deadline was client-driven and we have now pushed that back and the original local contractor will do it. It was for a loading dock at Anaconda and the store will open on time.

“I am really disappointed in the response and find it childish. I found out later he blind copied a whole lot of others in on the email he sent me as well.

“We have created a lot of local jobs here and we do try to use locals.”

The Giles Government released a “Buy Local” initiative giving a weighting towards local business in response to concerns regarding government procurement rules. It has no power to direct private firms on private projects which has frustrated local manufacturers even more.

Mr Pike has said previously major local firms want to charge the margin but don’t want to pay the margin for doing business here
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 02 June 2016 at 05:51
http://www.ntnews.com.au/news/national/nt-chief-minister-adam-giles-says-xenophobia-is-part-of-the-australian-spirit/news-story/2cb43e337292f508c534afed866bcfa5 (http://www.ntnews.com.au/news/national/nt-chief-minister-adam-giles-says-xenophobia-is-part-of-the-australian-spirit/news-story/2cb43e337292f508c534afed866bcfa5)

IF it’s true that Australians don’t like being told they’re racist, then Australians have had a tough week.

Northern Territory Chief Minister Adam Giles has overnight declared xenophobia as “part of the Australian spirit”.

Mr Giles made the uncomfortable remark in an interview focusing on his government’s decision to lease the Darwin Port to a Chinese company Landbridge.

When asked whether he believed opposition to the leasing deal was caused in part by xenophobia, he voiced his opinion loud and clear.

“I think there is a high degree of xenophobia, but I think that is part of the Australian spirit,” he told ABC’s Lateline.

“We all stand up for what we believe in. We are parochially proud as a nation and whenever new people come in we are always sceptical.”
The comments follow a months-long brawl over the 99-year lease by the Northern Territory Government to the Chinese company.

While he’s faced opposition from Australian business and the Northern Territory Labor Party, Mr Giles has stood by his government’s decision on the $506 million deal.

He says the government had “found a good partner, and we’re very happy with the position we’ve taken”.

In the same interview, Mr Giles rejected assertions he was backing away from his Aboriginal heritage for political reasons.

“It’s got nothing to do with who I am,” he said.

“Yes I’ve got indigenous heritage, but I compete in politics just like every other person If I’m successful in the next election, I’m successful as Adam Giles, not black Adam Giles.”
Mr Giles comments’ about xenophobia follow comments from Opposition Leader Bill Shorten last week, professing Australia’s problem with “systemic racism”.

Mr Shorten used a speech at a Reconciliation Australia Dinner on Friday, saying systemic racism was “far too prevalent”, and the “insidious nature of stubborn racism is still a reality for Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islander individuals”.

When asked to justify his assertions at a press conference the following day, Mr Shorten said: “I made it clear that most Australians are not racist”.

“Many Australians stand up every day for their fellow Australians,” he said.

*.....But if you are a white Australian standing up for White Australia that is racist to the sheeple!

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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 05 September 2016 at 01:06

DEFENCE Industry Minister Christopher Pyne says Opposition Leader Bill Shorten must sack Senator Sam Dastyari or risk being seen as “weak” by China.

But he claims donations from international sources made during election campaigns are “absolutely fine”.

Mr Shorten is today expected to ramp up his push for donations reform, including banning foreign donations.

However, Mr Pyne said Mr Shorten must first fire Senator Dastyari from his frontbench.

“What’s happened is the seduction of Sam Dastyari has obviously been going on for some time and it’s a very serious matter for Mr Shorten,” he told the ABC.

“Chinese business interests paid a $40,000 legal bill for Sam Dastyari, a $1600 travel bill, provided him with two bottles of Grange wine.

“And after all these blandishments Senator Sam Dastyari was prepared to say the South China Sea was China’s business and Australia should remain neutral, a position which is at odd with Labor’s policy, with the national interest and with our international interests.

“And Mr Shorten needs to sack Sam Dastyari from his frontbench otherwise the message is that … Bill Shorten is weak on China and prepared to allowed his frontbenchers to be compromised by Chinese interests with associations with the Chinese Government.”

Mr Pyne said Senator Dastyari, who had reportedly disclosed the controversial gifts and donated the wine, had broken parliamentary rules.

Just get rid of this clown!

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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 10 September 2016 at 13:02
Australia: It's the South Seas spawn of Great Britain that was cast adrift in favour of Europe - Remember the Newcastle Line of WWII? ... Remember the EU? Then along came the US of A to pull Australia's saggy downunder out from under the shadow of the Yellow Peril, prop up some new industry and in return only ask for a few blood sacrifices here and there over the next fifty years of war.

If you haven't guessed it, Australia is a nation that has the capability to go it alone, but Australia's politicians are always looking for an arse to suck up.

So it's so long to Mother Britain and goodbye to Cousin America. It looks like Australia has a new master now and the Yellow Peril of old has returned with its wads of filthy lucre to buy off your favourite democratically elected scum, who are only too happy to sell you off up the Yangtze River.

The original Lambing Flat "NO CHINESE" banner of 1860
Image Source: https://www.travelin.com.au/articles/Lambing-Flat-Folk-Museum-Young-02593
FYI Eureka Stockade (https://www.google.com.au/search?q=eureka+stockade) was only six years earlier

Political donations highlight growing concerns over Chinese influence in Australia

Charis Chang | News Ltd (Australia) (http://www.news.com.au/) | 9 September 2016


Extract: Last month, the ABC reported businesses with Chinese connections gave Australia’s major parties more than $5.5 million between 2013 and 2015, making them the largest source of foreign-linked donations.

The donations were troubling enough for the head of Australia’s spy agency to personally brief leaders of Australia’s major political parties last year about the national security risks.

According to the ABC, the security warning from the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) director-general Duncan Lewis included naming donors his agency thought were acting on behalf of the Chinese government.
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 17 September 2016 at 09:47
Australia's Chinks are worried about a Red Chinese takeover ...

Chinese communities in Australia resent China’s rising influence

Charis Chang | News Ltd (http://www.news.com.au/) (Australia) | 17 September 2016


DEBATE about China’s growing influence in Australia has become so heated within Chinese communities, they even have a nickname for those who put out government propaganda: “wu mao”.


The phrase translates as “50 cent” and is a reference to speculation that the Chinese government pays 50 cents for each pro-government post in the media.
It’s an insult that Erin Chew is familiar with.

As an Asian Australian Alliance convener, Ms Chew told news.com.au that she had been called a “wu mao” for expressing opinions that even hint at anything remotely positive about China.

Ms Chew, who was born in Australia but is of Malaysian Chinese heritage, said attitudes about China’s growing influence varied among the Chinese community.

Some were proud of the country’s growing power, while others were suspicious about its impact on people’s freedom of speech.

The problem can already be seen in Canada, where China is now the country’s second largest trading partner after the US.

Chinese-Canadians are questioning whether the partnership is actually making Canada more prosperous, complaining that their ability to speak out against the authoritarian state is being eroded because of China’s growing economic power.

“Journalists who write for the many Chinese-language publications in Canada, along with activists and others, say they are under increasing pressure to promote the interests of the Chinese government,” a New York Times article reported this month.

Earlier this year, a Chinese-Canadian who was Ontario’s provincial minister of citizenship, immigration and international trade, Michael Chan, defended China’s human rights practices in a column that was met with outrage. But reporters who criticised Mr Chan were met with death threats, and one even lost their job.

Ms Chew said there was also concern among Chinese communities in Australia about growing Chinese influence but this was not being expressed as openly as it was in Canada, and was often divided along political and historical lines.

“The Hong Kong Chinese in Australia resent China a lot,” Ms Chew said.

“You also have the Chinese who left China after Tiananmen (Square massacre) and many still have a huge anger towards China and will get quite angry when you engage in conversations about the growing influence of China.”

But she said others, including newer Chinese migrants and those from Malaysia or Singapore, were proud to see the growing influence of China, even though there was also concern it could spark racism in Australia.


Ms Chew has seen first-hand how Chinese influence works in Australia.

She has attended various political fundraising events and seen the money that Chinese business people donate.

“I have seen various Chinese organisations, particularly the ‘clan’ style or older Chinese type groups, and how they are swayed easily due to the donations,” she said.

Ms Chew said event and article submissions she had sent to Chinese media outlets had not appeared, even though she was initially told they would be published.

She blames the control that wealthy figures like Huang Xiangmo and NSW Labor upper house member Ernest Wong wield over the Chinese media in Australia.

“Some of these people do not like me, as I do not behave like the typical Chinese and I am an ABC (Australian born Chinese) — they feel that my cultural understanding is low.”

Mr Huang has become a controversial figure in Australia who has been photographed with many politicians and has donated more than $1 million to political parties in Australia since 2012, according to Fairfax.

Lately Mr Huang, also known as Huang Changran, has been in the media spotlight for paying a $40,000 legal bill for Labor senator Sam Dastyari, which contributed to the senator’s decision to step down from his frontbench role.

Mr Huang also gave $1.8 million to establish the Australia-China Relations Institute at the University of Technology Sydney, led by former foreign minister and NSW premier Bob Carr.

Another $1 million was given to the Children’s Medical Research Institute at Westmead and $3.5 million was provided to Western Sydney University for an Australia-China Institute for Arts and Culture.

The mysterious Mr Huang is also associated with a group called the Australian Council for the Promotion of Peaceful Reunification of China, which Ms Chew believes is a mouthpiece for the Chinese government.

Funding groups like these provide an indirect way for the Chinese government to wield influence.

“They do have clout and political influence in Australia,” Ms Chew said of the group.

“Money does talk.”

A quick tour of the group’s website reveals many photos of politicians posing with Mr Huang at various events including “Giving Day” in 2015 when Mr Huang’s company Yuhu donated $743,000 to eight Australian organisations including the Westmead’s Children Medical Research Institute, Bear Cottage in Manly and Eastwood Public School.

Mr Huang has said his donations don’t come with any hidden agenda.

“It has nothing to do with China,” he told Fairfax Media. “When the media say I have some (ulterior) motives, I don’t know whether to laugh or cry … I feel it is unfair, not objective.”

When it comes to his political donations, Mr Huang insists that he gives to both major parties because, “I feel sometimes their politics are in line with us Chinese-Australian businesses, in line with our standards and ideas. We just support their political views, without raising ours”.


Ms Chew said the wielding of political power by China worried her as it made Chinese in Australia look bad.

“The mainstream will brush all of us the same,” she said. “In this air of xenophobia, which currently shadows Australia, well, it doesn’t help the situation.”

Despite her concerns she did not think foreign donations should be scrapped, although they should be more regulated and transparency was needed.

She thought donations that covered legal and travel costs, like those that Mr Dastyari accepted, should also be banned.

“Donations need to be restricted to a limit and its purpose needs to narrow,” she said.

She also suggested changes to donations to university and other institutes to avoid one interest group having full control. This could include limiting donations to 60 per cent of the institute’s funding, with the rest to come from university or government contributions.

“This will reduce the bias nature of institutes.”

As for foreign ownership of land or other investments, she did not necessarily think this should be restricted, unless the measures also applied to other countries.

One important change Ms Chew wanted to see was Chinese media in Australia being held to the same standard as other mainstream media in Australia.

“No one regulates or looks into this at the moment and unless it is looked into, the agendas are bias.”

News.com.au attempted to contact Ernest Wong for comment, and Huang Xiangmo was unavailable.
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 11 October 2016 at 21:07
Red Chinky Nationalism Now Taught in Australian Schools

Chinese dissidents are the ones being targeted here, but it's only a matter of time before Australian kids are forced to adopt either a subservient position or embrace the Yellow Peril.

Oh, referring to Chinks as Yellow is racist is it? Let us sing together a wonderful multicultural song from Red China:

Quote from: Hidden to Guests
The night's programme featured schoolchildren waving Chinese flags as they chorused "this is your birthday, my Motherland". Another patriotic song belted out the line "the black-eyed, black-haired, and yellow-skinned are forever the descendants of the dragon".

And in a video package aired that evening, an interview with a young ANU student was shown as a shining example for all those watching. Having immigrated at age five and holding Australian citizenship, she was asked whether she considered herself more Chinese or Australian.

"More Chinese," came her quick reply.

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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 17 November 2016 at 03:25

BUSINESS and community leaders say calls by Labor Opposition Leader Bill Shorten for a crackdown on 457 visas are a threat to the needs of the Northern Territory.

Mr Shorten claimed 457 visa workers were taking Australian jobs and he accused Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull of being out-of-touch.

Chamber of Commerce CEO Greg Bicknell and Philippines Honorary Consul John Rivas said in this instance Mr Shorten was out-of-touch with regional Australia.

“If we didn’t have skilled labour coming in from overseas on 457 visas the Northern Territory’s population would be in serious decline,” Mr Bicknell said.

Greg Bicknell
“Some Territory businesses would simply not be able to operate effectively if they couldn’t get overseas workers.

“It’s already rigorous enough for overseas workers to get a 457 visa and making it tougher would be a step in the wrong direction. It is well known that many Territory businesses depend on 457 visas because they can’t get local or interstate workers.”

Chief Minister Michael Gunner said employing foreign workers on 457 visas should only occur when local options have been exhausted.

“My priority is creating jobs for Territorians,” he said. “The Territory currently has a Designated Area Migration Agreement with the Federal government, which allows Territory business to employ migrant workers on 457 Visas, but not at the expense of local training and employment.”

Mr Rivas echoed Mr Bicknell’s sentiments.

“Mr Shorten’s comments may be based on ignorance of the Territory’s circumstances but making it tougher for overseas workers to get a 457 visa would cause considerable harm to the Territory business community,” he said. “It would harm the hospitality, tourism and farming sectors instantly. Overseas workers fill an important gap in our workforce.”
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 01 January 2017 at 23:03
http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/south-australia/chinese-firm-powerchina-planning-350-million-gasfired-power-station-near-port-augusta/news-story/4b836c02d9166c55f1140b67e013d893 (https://www.google.com.au/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&ved=0ahUKEwjTnOLmv6LRAhVBGpQKHZyYBhcQqQIIHTAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.adelaidenow.com.au%2Fnews%2Fsouth-australia%2Fchinese-firm-powerchina-planning-350-million-gasfired-power-station-near-port-augusta%2Fnews-story%2F4b836c02d9166c55f1140b67e013d893&usg=AFQjCNGwPSo3Pxs_amY1A3-DCB_NYEJFDw&sig2=eoU1V9Z-vNiFdNnXpBosSg)

ONE of the world’s biggest companies is planning to build a major gas-fired power station in the state’s north, which has the potential to ease South Australia’s electricity supply crisis.

The Advertiser has been told Powerchina wants a 250-megawatt generator, costing about $350 million, to be operating in South Australia by mid-2018.

If it proceeds, the Powerchina station would have baseload power generation capacity equivalent to Pelican Point’s gas-fired station  (http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/south-australia/pelican-point-power-station-revival-likely-under-state-government-electricity-plan/news-story/2cfb67eb88d6d54f4b73eef76c1371d3)and about half that of Port Augusta’s Northern Power Station, which closed last May (http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/business/plans-to-reopen-port-augusta-power-station-abandoned-after-bhp-wouldnt-come-to-the-party/news-story/49d7c3d4e7f18b4a8c5544e2ce2c3057).

This would bolster baseload supply, making the state less reliant on intermittent renewable generation and would likely reduce the chances of another statewide blackout.
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 05 January 2017 at 05:52
Edit: The supplied Video was removed by YouTube.

This is a doco made in 1990 about what Australia 2020 would be like. It is lengthy but worth viewing. Look at the Jap who said if the NT was for sale he'd make a bid!

Such a flash back seeing Bruce Ruxton getting into some good old fashioned right wing views?!
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 04 June 2017 at 00:39

THESE are the faces that represent the changing landscape of what was once known as a struggling welfare-dependent town. Instead, residents such as Reshmem Mansor, from Malaysia, Thanh Ha and daughter Pham, from Vietnam, Yaowqres Bateman, from Thailand, and Li Yu Feng from China, are breathing new life and optimism into Murray Bridge.

Drawn by secure employment and cheap housing, migrants from all over the world are calling the Murraylands town home – and bucking the trend of other South Australian regional towns.

The success of assimilation in the river community is being celebrated as a beacon of how multiculturalism can turn around regional communities.

Jigaboo Jones says, "Where's the White kids at?"

When the Sunday Mail visited Murray Bridge, Mr Mansor, a 34-year-old father, whose wife works at Thomas Foods abattoirs, has just finished prayer. “I am a Muslim, so every Friday we pray at the small mosque,” he says.

Mr Mansor, who was an environmental health inspector in Malaysia, used to worry about the perceptions of his religion and feared that people associated it with terrorism. But, in Murray Bridge, he has found not only a lack of prejudice but a familiarity that has made calling the town home much easier.

“There are many Asian people here, it’s a really good community,” he says.

Mr Mansor is one of many migrants who take advantage of the services provided by the Murraylands Migrant Resource Centre, near the town ­centre
Thanh Ha, a 32-year-old accountant from Vietnam, has lived in the town with her husband and three-year-old daughter Pham, since 2014.

She says the town is perfect for her growing daughter, with lots of playgrounds and easy access to Adelaide.

Her thoughts are replicated by ­former primary school teacher ­Yaowqres Bateman, whose husband works in the city.

“All the people are very friendly,” she says.

But Murray Bridge still has a raft of issues associated with regional communities.

Unemployment remains high at 8.8 per cent – well above the nation-high SA average of 7.3 per cent – but well down on the 13 per cent it reached in 2015.

But the town is opening its arms to a burgeoning migrant community, which has allowed it to buck the trend of regional population decline in other regions.

Between 2006 and 2016, Murray Bridge increased its population by about 18 per cent, from about 14,850 people to 18,120.

In comparison, Adelaide’s population has grown by just over 10 per cent, Whyalla 2.3 per cent, Port Augusta 2.5 per cent, Port Lincoln 8.6 per cent and Mt Gambier 6.6 per cent.

Murray Bridge: No room for Whitey ...

About one in 10 Murray Bridge residents was born overseas.Murray Bridge South Primary School principal Stuart Kitto with teacher Jessica Hankin. Picture: Dylan CokerMurray Bridge South Primary School has students from 25 different nationalities – speaking 19 different languages.

Secure employment is a big drawcard, with many workers gaining employment in local abattoirs or in agricultural or horticultural industries.

And there is a wealth of cheap housing, with 58 three-bedroom homes for sale for less than $200,000 – and a further 60 for less than $250,000.

Murray Bridge Mayor Brenton Lewis is not surprised migrants want to call the town home.“I don't think it’s rocket science. It starts off with the Aussie tradition of giving people a fair go,” he says.Mr Lewis acknowledges the city has had a stigma of having a welfare-dependent population.

He says an oversupply of cheap public housing attracted “an influx of people on social welfare”.“It did transform the image of Murray Bridge but I believe over the past decade there has been a noticeable difference – we don’t have a great class system, we are a working-class community,” he says.Mr Lewis saw the first wave of ­immigration to the area, as a child, when Italian immigrants arrived in the 1960s.“They built glasshouses and they created industries,” he says.“Initially they kept to themselves, but over time it became more natural, they started enjoying Aussie Rules and meat pies.The local paddle-steamer Captain Proud is a popular attraction. Picture: Andrew LeGallez“Now we are seeing similar waves from different nations. The hand of friendship is being extended.

“The migrants are hardworking, they are not involved in an issues, there are no streets gangs, groups that don’t get along or migrant-related crime.”Migration Solutions managing director Mark Glazbrook, a respected and vocal Adelaide-based migration agent, says Murray Bridge is leading the way in regional assimilation.He says the town should be used as a national example.“What they have achieved proves that migrants don’t want to use and abuse the migration program and simply use regional towns and communities as a stepping stone to bigger cities,” he says.“Temporary visa holders have become permanent residents and now citizens. They are now embedded in the multicultural fabric that is the modern-day Murray Bridge.“This migrant workforce didn’t jump ship at the first opportunity and come to Adelaide or go to Sydney or Melbourne.”He says what has happened at Murray Bridge is an example of what a demand-driven migration program can achieve when the stars align.“Unfortunately, however, the current immigration system is from another galaxy,” he says.

“This is why Australia needs to introduce a migration program specifically based on what Murray Bridge has achieved.“It’s a system that is based on genuine demand and one which attracts the right migrant workforce with the right attributes to live, work and settle in regional and low population-growth jurisdictions of South Australia and beyond.”One of the biggest employers of migrant workers in the region is Thomas Foods International. With annual revenue in excess of $1 billion, it is one of Australia’s largest meat-processing company.But, aware of some of the views about migration in Australia and a sentiment by some that migrants take Aussie jobs, the company declined to talk to the Sunday Mail about this ­article.In fact, no one was willing to go on the record and suggest migrants are the only people willing to take the jobs on offer in the abattoirs and the farms surrounding the town.Last week, horticultural business Costa announced a $60 million expansion of its mushroom farm at Monarto, down the road from Murray Bridge.The doubling of mushroom production is likely to create 200 ongoing jobs and 200 during construction.Mayor of Murray Bridge Brenton Lewis.But Mr Lewis says: “There is a high percentage of youth who are not interested in a wide range of work that is on offer.

“The migrant people are generally accepting that if they sign on to an opportunity, they are signing on to a commitment.Regional Development Australia Murraylands and Riverland chief executive Jo Podoliak says the rise in migration has been driven by the upturn in agriculture and food manufacturing.“Some of the region’s businesses have been unable to attract local expertise to sustain their business growth,” she says.“Migrant workers have been able to quickly fill this gap and provide a valuable source of labour.“The region’s migration rate has grown, following the increased demand from domestic and international markets for premium food.“The local skilled available labour supply simply can’t keep up.“Murray Bridge has a long and proud history of supporting overseas arrivals. The town recognises the strength that migration brings into this community.“It’s important to look not only at the migrant worker but their families who become involved with local businesses, sporting clubs, community groups and schools and, in doing so, become very valued members of ­society.”Murray Bridge South Primary School counsellor and teacher Jessica Hankin says migrant parents play an active role in the school community.“The parents come in and they help and they want to see what their children are doing,” Ms Hankin says.“The interest that they bring show their acceptance of the Australian way of life, I suppose. They are really trying to embrace every aspect of it.“They talk about how fantastic Australia is because their kids get more opportunities.”Ms Hankin says she has had students who spent five years in refugee camps and never got to go to school before they arrived in Murray Bridge.“We have to be respectful that they have seen a lot of things that other kids have not,” she says.Principal Stuart Kitto says the town has built up a core of migrant students. “Once you get enough people staying, then that encourages other people to stay because they are not the only faces in the classroom that are not Anglo-European,” he says.“The students are so used to having people come into the classroom who don’t speak any English that they are willing to help them out and compromise and include them in ways that might not happen if they were not used to it.”Murray Bridge is leading the way in regional assimilation.Migrant Resource Centre co-ordinator Heather Muirhead says volunteers help the migrant community in dealing with Centrelink, Housing SA, real estate agents, medical facilities, education facilities, and citizenship and visa applications.

“We also offer social gatherings so we have barbecues, or just go out together and do some shopping,” she says. “Once you have the foundations it is easier, because there is already a group here.“The first group are like the pilgrims, the pioneers – you have to keep them and they grow from there.“It is an inclusive community. There are established groups already here so they can feel included. We have access to prayer rooms, we have got employment, we have got most of the things that tick the box for a successful settlement region.”DID YOU KNOW?

■ Location: 76km southeast of Adelaide
■ Established: 1924
■ Traditional owners: The Ngarrindjeri people, who refer to Murray Bridge as Pomberuk
■ First European explorer: Charles Sturt, who camped there on February 8, 1830
■ Former names: Mobilong and Edwards Crossing
■ Population: 18,117 (2016)
■ Unemployment rate: 8.8 per cent (2017) down from 13 per cent (2015)
■ Median income: $37,227 (2013)
■ Major industries: Livestock, agriculture and horticulture
■ Notable residents: Sir Donald Dunstan (longest-serving governor of South Australia and faggot), Chad Wingard (Port Adelaide player), Simon Overland (former Victorian Police Commissioner)

So, why aren't Whites in the jobs? What about the boongs, what are they doing?

Are the Whites too busy with:-meth, drinking, family dysfunction?
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 29 September 2017 at 22:21

One of China’s top building ­materials and homewares companies, China Lesso Group Holdings, is buying two sites in Sydney to build up a local operation that may see it take on market heavyweight Bunnings.

The Hong Kong-listed group has bought a bulky goods site in the inner western suburb of ­Auburn and is picking up a warehouse development in the western suburb of Prospect as it lays the base for a local business.

The company manufactures a comprehensive range of building materials and interior decoration products from about 20 “advanced production bases” in mainland China.

China Lesso’s move into Australia may be driven by its diversification from its major business lines — plastic pipes and pipe fittings, building materials and ­interior decoration products — into e-commerce.

It set up Lesso Mall, a platform for hardware, electrical equipment and building material products in China, last year out of a warehouse in the central Chinese city of Wuhan, which it now hopes to take global.

“With continued investment in information technology and logistics, enhanced customer services and more diverse pro­ducts including hardware, electrical equipment and building materials, the introduction of Lesso Mall to the southern China market has already generated a revenue of 621 million yuan,” the group says in its annual report.

Sadly when I look around this place is growing into "Chindia" more and more every day and it is going to be impossible to compete with these "insect people".
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 15 October 2017 at 20:43
Future War for Resources: Threat of Chink Invasion of Australian Antarctic Territory ...

Should we be concerned about a challenge to Australia’s territorial claim in Antarctica?

Nick Whigham (http://twitter.com/NWWHIGHAM) | News Ltd (http://www.news.com.au/) (Australia) | 15 October 2017


Extract: Antarctica is a mineral rich continent and underpinning the suspicion is the fact that China is seen as a resource hungry nation in need of fossil fuels and minerals to feed its growing economy.

Australia has by far the largest claim in the polar region of any nation with the Australian Antarctic Territory (AAT) covering 42 per cent of the continent. It was claimed by the United Kingdom and placed under the authority of the Commonwealth of Australia in 1933. However only the UK, New Zealand, France and Norway recognise Australia’s claim over the territory.

China recently began work on its fifth Antarctic research facility — a move that has prompted strategic and defence think tanks in both the US and Australia to raise concerns about China’s clear desire to exert greater control in the region, potentially at Australia’s expense.

In August, defence think tank the Australian Strategic Policy Institute warned Australia’s leadership role is being eroded because of long-term under-investment at a time when other countries are expanding their presence and influence in the region.

“China has conducted undeclared military activities in Antarctica, is building up a case for a territorial claim, and is engaging in minerals exploration there,” the report said.

Despite international law, “China has never stopped exploring Antarctic mineral resources,” the report claimed, also pointing out the Chinese government has stated in policy documents that it reserves the right to make a claim in Antarctica.

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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 19 October 2017 at 09:50
China’s secret plan to take over the world

Joe Hildebrand (http://twitter.com/Joe_Hildebrand) | News Ltd (http://www.news.com.au/) (Australia) | 19 October 2017


Extract: In a speech on Wednesday to the Chinese Communist Party Congress in Beijing’s Great Hall of the People, President Xi Jinping said, according to The Guardian, “it was time for his nation to transform itself into ‘a mighty force’ that could lead the entire world on political, economic, military and environmental issues”.

“We will improve our capacity for engaging in international communication so as to tell China’s stories well, present a true, multi-dimensional, and panoramic view of China, and enhance our country’s cultural soft power.”

In Australia you could probably get a grant for it.

And what is China’s version of such artistic freedom? Helpfully Xi spells it out:

“Writers and artists should take a people-centred approach and draw inspiration from everyday life and the experiences of the people to produce works that do justice to our times. We encourage them to create fine works that are thought provoking and of a high artistic standard, that reflect real life, and that extol our Party, our country, our people, and our heroes.”

In other words you are free to proclaim how great the Communist Party is. Can’t wait for that opening night!
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 26 October 2017 at 00:23
Red China's Xi Jinping Hails 'New Era' of Power Amid 'Complex Changes Abroad'
The Telegraph (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/) (Britain)


Extract: Xi Jinping, the Chinese president, hailed a "new era" for his country at the opening of a crucial Communist Party Congress ... Mr Xi spoke of a "new historical direction" for China as it achieves increased prosperity and prestige on the world stage in coming decades ... "Through a long period of hard work, socialism with Chinese characteristics has entered a new era, this is a new historical direction in our country's development," said Mr Xi said, who also pointed to "complex changes" abroad. He said China was on course to become a "moderately well-off society" by 2021 - the 100th anniversary of the party's founding - and would emerge as a modern socialist "strong power" by 2050. Mr Xi's speech, which was both nationalist and firm, but also positive on China's development, had been hotly anticipated across the country.
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 26 October 2017 at 14:22
Hey ! Hey! ...I want to take Chinese away!... Hey !Hey! .... woo!woo!woo!
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 27 October 2017 at 15:24
Brian Johnson of AC/DC used to talk in interviews of how he's still just an ordinary Geordie wanting "Chinky Takeaway."

Recently, I was helping a brother move home, and he ordered me not to say "Chinky" again in front of his new housemates. I told him to get eFFed, and then I reminded him of the Brian Johnson video.

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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 28 October 2017 at 22:14
A flood of cheap goods from Asia floods to empower the greed of materialism and hoarding upon White people. A discipline from youth to check your Loyalty of your own people is the way to, loyalty health, loyalty economics, loyalty of race, loyalty of solidarity and comradery. We must start with babies, Mass Produce billions of Creativity patches on White baby blankets, Salubrious Living approved Creativity bottles and food container supplies all tagged, (which turns the page of the kosher conservatives). Save the White Race Stickers on First Aid Kits and Creativity Boats to bring Whites Only First Aid Supplies across White Borders, Creativity Boats to ship Jews and non whites out. Real Estate for all productive and creative White people.
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 28 October 2017 at 22:28
We must as White racial loyalists reach out to non political and non religious White Russians and White Europeans to share Creativity and encourage them to withdraw from all non white connections. Latin as a second language pre Christian times. A great way to Unite Whites across the globe and discuss racial socialism. The disloyal whites can be dealt with after our building of unity.
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 29 October 2017 at 00:34
A flood of cheap goods from Asia floods to empower the greed of materialism and hoarding upon White people. A discipline from youth to check your Loyalty of your own people is the way to, loyalty health, loyalty economics, loyalty of race, loyalty of solidarity and comradery. We must start with babies, Mass Produce billions of Creativity patches on White baby blankets, Salubrious Living approved Creativity bottles and food container supplies all tagged, (which turns the page of the kosher conservatives). Save the White Race Stickers on First Aid Kits and Creativity Boats to bring Whites Only First Aid Supplies across White Borders, Creativity Boats to ship Jews and non whites out. Real Estate for all productive and creative White people.

These people work for nothing! Don't even try to compete with them!

As for White babies, you need property to raise them. It is harder to buy property in Australia because Chinks and Curry munchers with the big money are pushing property prices up!

All old baby-boomer bastards are retiring and selling everything off so they can go to Philippines and retire and screw chink Whores all day.

You used to be able to get a decent block of land, now they demolish the house, put two homes on the one block. Get mass profits!

If you want lots of White kids, people need jobs. We want the ones back they gave to Asia. We need affordable property. We need women to want to have kids!
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 05 November 2017 at 00:23
China's President Opens 'New Era' for Country and the World
C. Gracie | BBC News (http://www.bbc.com/)

Extract: In his three-and-a-half hour speech ... [Chinese President Xi Jinping ] set out a vision not just for the five years ahead but for 30, and talked of a socialist model which provides, "a new option for other countries and nations who want to speed up their development while preserving their independence" ... He dreams of an innovative powerhouse driven by well educated citizens with unshakeable faith in the superiority of [the Chinese Marxist] system ... Mr Xi talks about guiding the international community "towards a more just and rational new world order". The latest Pew opinion survey across 37 countries suggests more people now trust the Chinese leader to do the right thing than the American one. On its current trajectory, the Chinese economy will overtake the US some time in the next decade to become the world's largest. 

YouTube: "Oriental gentleman always say arse'ol." Kevin Bloody Wilson (https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=kevin+bloody+wilson+the-pubic-hair-song).

China's Leadership Charts a Bold Path Forward
Eric Margolis (https://ericmargolis.com/)

Extract: [Chinese leader] Xi [Jinping] now appears poised to become as all-powerful as Chairman Mao, though he does not yet command the Great Helmsman's near-divine status or adulation ... In Xi's view, the west has little to offer China besides decadent behavior, racial mixing, loud music, and social rot. The United States, Japan and India are seen as dangerous, determined enemies bent on destroying united China ... While the US bleeds itself through small but expensive wars in Asia and Africa, China is using its huge trade surplus to buy key assets and influence around the globe. China is doing all this at a time when its ruler, Xi Jinping, commands absolute authority and has a clear strategic vision, backed by a mighty economy and some of the world's most intelligent people. The same cannot be said for Washington, which is floundering.

Note: Marxist nations such as the former Soviet Union of Russia and Red China are totalitarian creeds hidden beneath a clock of so-called Progressiveness. I.e. According to everyone from your average Liberal to your Left-Leaning school teacher and the extreme Red Under Your Bed, Progressive = Good. When the Soviet Union invaded Eastern, Central and Northern Europe, it imposed Russian culture and Russian language enforced by the end of a tank gun. Once the invaded populations were sufficiently subjugated, mass immigration from Russia to the subjugated nations commenced. Thereby turning the once free European populations into slaves of Russias - Progressive - overlords.

It's the same with China - with the difference between Asian vs European. And that raises the Chinese threat to a whole new level way above the Progressive clap-trap of the Leftard. In the end, a Chinese victory can only mean the enslavement and eventual extermination of White European people.

Doubt it? Just ask a Tibetan.

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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 07 November 2017 at 17:26
Australian MSM bitching about Trump not stopping the Asian Invasion. Are they right or wrong?

DONALD Trump will be welcomed by the Chinese today as the President whose weak stance on global affairs put China centrestage.

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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 21 November 2017 at 04:19
Australian politicians say to bribe Pacific nations with handouts to stop them siding with China ...

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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 24 November 2017 at 02:00
Australian Prime Minister bought by Red China: A Kosher meal with Chinky Fries ...

Malcolm Turnbull dined with wealthy Chinese donor days after company gave $40k to Queensland LNP

Henry Belot and Matthew Doran | ABC (Australia) | 24 November 2017


Extract: A Chinese businessman had dinner with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull just four days after one of his companies declared a $40,000 donation to Queensland's Liberal National Party (LNP).

Key points:

* Liu Xiaodong is one of three directors of Australian Energy Windfarm, which gave $40,000 to LNP on November 15

* Malcolm Turnbull dined with Mr Xiaodong in Brisbane on November 19

* The company is bidding for investment opportunities in Queensland

The revelation comes amid debate about Chinese companies trying to exert influence on the nation's
political class through financial donations and lobbying, and on the eve of the Queensland election.

The businessman, Liu Xiaodong, is one of three directors of Gold Coast-based company Australian Energy Windfarm (AEW), which describes itself as "China's responsible wind power supplier".

Mr Liu is also the chairman of China-based renewable energy giant Heilongjiang Ainaji Dianli Co Ltd, which owns 100 per cent of AEW and is pursuing major investment opportunities in Queensland.

"You only got 40 thousand shekels? Oy Veh!"

The donation was declared with the Queensland Electoral Commission on November 15.

The ABC understands [allegedly] Mr Turnbull had not heard of Mr Liu until they met at a dinner four days later in Brisbane.
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 03 December 2017 at 20:29
Shorten meets Chinese donor after ASIO warning

News Ltd (http://www.news.com.au/) (Australia) | 4 December 2017


Extract: LABOR's opposition leader Bill Shorten reportedly visited Chinese businessman Huang Xiangmo at his mansion to secure political donations - months after a warning from ASIO.

The revelation come with Senator Sam Dastyari embroiled in a scandal involving Mr Huang and Chinese influence on local politicians.

Mr Shorten’s office stressed his home visit did not compromise Australia’s national security and that Labor would “no longer accept donations from Mr Huang.”

“It is unbelievable that Prime Minister Mr Turnbull still refuses to do the same.”

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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 14 December 2017 at 22:58
The Australian Prime Minister is setting up new laws preventing politicians and political parties from receiving funding from foreign sources. The laws are not unique, as the United States already has similar laws (((which are never taken into account when Israel is the source))). The Red Chinese government - after summoning the Australian envoy to China for some verbal chastising - has taken it upon themselves to declare any laws that may restrict Chinese influence in Australian politics to be a racist attack on Chinese plans for global domination. The Chinese government has now began an operation planned to unseat the current Prime Minister, presumably with plans to replace him with a more favourable candidate.







http://www.theaustralian.com.au/national-affairs/foreign-affairs/beijing-hauls-in-envoy-over-interference-laws/news-story/9e2dbfc027766934fb3f106e6a9cc3b3?nk=cb1ca09597e0f65d7a73245125514263-1513292128 (https://www.google.com.au/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=11&ved=0ahUKEwj-ufCeyorYAhVJv5QKHTQVDkQQFghnMAo&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.theaustralian.com.au%2Fnational-affairs%2Fforeign-affairs%2Fbeijing-hauls-in-envoy-over-interference-laws%2Fnews-story%2F9e2dbfc027766934fb3f106e6a9cc3b3&usg=AOvVaw0d_maLYOVpS0-XTufKecy4)
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 15 December 2017 at 11:57
https://www.facebook.com/AusFirstParty/posts/1701469719927918 (https://www.facebook.com/AusFirstParty/posts/1701469719927918)

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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 06 January 2018 at 06:47
Stark warning from military experts on Australia’s future

A SENIOR military expert has given a stark insight into what would happen if Australia was attacked at war. It’s not good.

Matt Young (http://www.news.com.au/the-team/matt-young) | News Ltd (http://www.news.com.au/) (Australia) | 5 January 2018



AUSTRALIA would spiral in to a Mad Max-style world if our slim fuel reserves were cut off by an enemy, a defence expert has warned.


It comes with a stark warning that “if an adversary decided to, they could cut off fuel supply to Australia very easily”.

Defence Strategy and Capability at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute senior analyst Dr Malcolm Davis said incoming Liberal Senator Jim Molan’s warning that Australian forces would be rendered almost useless in just 19 days was “absolutely true” and warned that Australia is “one of the few countries in the world that does not take our energy security seriously”.

Mr Molan, a former senior military officer, said on Wednesday that if Australia’s current stockpiles of petrol, diesel and aviation fuel ran dry then the military would effectively be grounded in that time.

It is a debate that has raged between experts for years as experts accuse the Australian government of ignoring the issue.

Molan was the chief of operations for coalition forces in Iraq and will enter federal Parliament next month, replacing former deputy Nationals leader Fiona Nash who was forced out of the Upper House over the citizenship scandal.

After he quit the military, he was the driving force behind the Abbott Government’s successful Operation Sovereign Borders that stopped asylum seekers reaching the mainland.

Australia was one of the few places in the world that didn’t have a government-mandated strategic reserve of fuel, Mr Molan said.

Dr Davis backed Mr Molan’s comments, saying Australia’s fuel reserves would last “20 days at best” if supplies were cut off.

“It would be a Mad Max world. Our society and our economy would begin to fall apart very quickly,” Dr Davis told news.com.au.

“It’s like electricity — everything depends on fuel to make an economy run. It is very serious.

“We’ve left ourselves in a perilous situation and governments on both sides have been negligent in this regard.

“Military analysts have been warning consistently for years and they just ignore it.”

The fuel threat had been assessed by former air force vice-marshal John Blackburn in 2015 who found if Australia’s sea lines were blocked through terrorism or conflict in the South China Sea, supplies would be depleted within weeks.

Mr Molan also warned Australia’s pledge to boost defence spending over the next decade by $30 billion — to the 2 per cent of GDP Donald Trump has been urging NATO allies to commit to — might not actually be enough.

“You can’t just hit 2 per cent and achieve military perfection. You’ve got to stay at that level of expenditure.”

Writing in The Australian, Mr Molan said it was also not a guarantee that the US could or would come to Australia’s aid.

“Until I deployed to Iraq with the US military in 2004-05, I made the common mistake of assuming US power was infinite,” he writes. “The US was indeed powerful after 1945 and even more powerful winning the Cold War. But the US Army had only 10 full-time combat divisions and … was furiously trying to increase its strength.”

Further cutbacks since then had weakened their forces even more — to the extent that only three brigades was now combat-ready.
Dr Davis said a major war between the United States and China in the Pacific could be the catalyst to disrupt Australia’s fuel supply.
He explained most of Australia’s fuel is transported through narrow straights by tanker ships.

“Instead of investing in refinement facilities here for refining fuel, the government has decided it’s cheaper to do it overseas.”

One of the key facilities is in Singapore.

“The price they pay for that in a crisis is that China can interrupt flow to Australia relatively easy and our economy falls apart.

“It’s very negligent of the government to let this situation happen. It’s even more appalling we’ve been warning both political parties for years about this.”

Dr Davis warned the US military had become severely depleted since the Bush administration and said China, Iran, North Korea and Russia had become “direct threats”.

“In a world where there’s no threats like in the 1990s maybe you could get away with that but we are in 21st century in a world with many, many threats.

“It’s no longer about terrorism.”

But, Dr Davis warned President Trump’s approach was too “haphazard and chaotic” to see a positive result.

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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 15 January 2018 at 12:49
Chinks claim they own Australia ...


‘Australia belongs to China’: Taiwan tensions at boiling point in Sydney hot pot restaurant

DURING her waitressing shift, Winnie’s boss asked her a simple question over the walkie talkie. Her response got her sacked.

Frank Chung (http://twitter.com/franks_chung) | News Ltd (http://www.news.com.au/) (Australia) | 15 January 2018


Extract: AN AUSTRALIAN restaurant has been accused of sacking a Taiwanese worker for saying Taiwan was not part of China.

The woman, known only as Winnie, claims she was sacked from a hotpot restaurant in Sydney’s inner-west after being grilled by her boss about her stance on the hot-button issue.

According to a Facebook post, which was picked up by Chinese media after going viral, Winnie was working a night shift at the restaurant when the incident happened.

“At that time, the restaurant was not very busy, the boss called me via walkie talkie,” she wrote. “Winnie, Winnie, could I ask you a question?” he asked, according to her account. “Does Taiwan belong to China?”

She immediately replied, “Definitely not.” Twenty minutes later, she was told to go home and not come back to work the next day.

In her Facebook post, Winnie said she did “not even think about” the response. “Personally speaking, I hold a neutral position on the relationship between China and Taiwan,” she wrote. “I was dumbfounded ... I felt speechless.”

On Facebook, others responded ... Yangson Tsai wrote, “I would like to ask, if Chinese people are so patriotic, why don’t they go back? Why are they dying to stay in Australia? [Why do they] study abroad to find ways to not return to China?”

Chien Chung Wang said “these kind of Chinese” had been indoctrinated with Chinese nationalism “since drinking milk”, even in a “free and democratic country where ordinary people live a very low profile”.

On Chinese social media, many appeared to support the sacking. “The answer should be ‘yes’,” Wai Man Sung wrote on Weibo.

“And one more sentence. Australia belongs to China.”

Also: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5269961/Restaurant-accused-sacking-worker-saying-Taiwan-not-China.html
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 27 January 2018 at 23:07
I know example where will "social" state by tax players pay to Chinks one project because they are poor wage workers and it is easy cost than other offers by european investors. State do not have money for white workers and also crony capitalists do not have will for change someone.
Because I did not see how are Chinks as race,what is your oppinion about  them? Are they peaceful people who love business or they can make problems like races who are not yellow? What is their strategy for expansion and what is main difference between them and other non-white Australians?
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 28 January 2018 at 00:42
Chinks were banished from Australia around 1890. They worked for nothing and in teams to get all the GOld produced.THey brought down living standards and undermined the colony. However the Japanese were allowed  to Broome for dangerous Peal diving jobs.

Because Australia went and fought in Vietnam war the Vietnamese refugees could come.

Asians are like insects, they'd have a hive in China and go collect pollen from every place else to go back to the hive.

We have two sorts of pesky Asians.
(1) The poor ones who take our jobs that get outsourced to them.Usually Vietnamese,Phillipines and Cambodians.They sell drugs and carry weapons.

(2) The Rich kind. The West singned "Lima agreement" in 70's allowing products to be outsourced.Rich Chinks got power from all this production we gave them. Now they come to Australia/USA and NZ and buy out our industries and property making it hard for people to break into the property market.It's now common for advertising and department stores to have Chinese writing to welcome these rich customers.

Their game plan? Buy everything we own from baby boomer generation so these people go retire In Thailand and screw sluts all day.Or get a Phillipino "dial a bride" flow money to her family in the third world and retire.It is likely the man list his property's to his former divorcee.

Asians are organised and make enclaves.They see opportunity here and punish their kids if their school results are bad.
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 28 January 2018 at 02:21
According to that,I see that you also have problem with whites who produce good and expect poor wage workers and they do not have more children and give fair re-distribution of capital to them through inheritance what mean genetic downfall of society and future rebellion of under-mans.
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 28 January 2018 at 06:40
According to that,I see that you also have problem with whites who produce good and expect poor wages workers and they do not have more children and give fair re-distribution of capital to them through inheritance what mean genetic downfall of society and future rebellion of under-mans.
Asians can thrive in poverty,we can't !
We work hard but play hard too , play hard doesn't enter their equation. They are insect "drones".

Employers like Asians as they don't fight back if the employer treats them badly.The employer gets them as guest workers and they have few rights.The employer cancels their visa if they fight back.

Asians have more community spirit than us now and bigger family ethics. They take up all the university places and get a visa to work here after they got trained here and later bring the whole family out.

Other Asian residents buy Australian property on behalf on non citizens for investment , this pushes house prices up for all. Australia is one of the most costly places to own a home in and Sydney,Melbourne and Darwin are most costly.
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 22 April 2018 at 07:43

THE island fortresses are built. The airfields are ready. The harbours are open.

All China needs do now is move in the warships and combat jets.

The chief of US Fleet Forces Command has told US Congress that Beijing has built up enough military infrastructure in the South China Sea to completely control the disputed waterway.

“Once occupied, China will be able to extend its influence thousands of miles to the south and project power deep into Oceania,” Admiral Philip S. Davidson wrote.

“The PLA will be able to use these bases to challenge US presence in the region, and any forces deployed to the islands would easily overwhelm the military forces of any other South China Sea-claimants.

“In short, China is now capable of controlling the South China Sea in all scenarios short of war with the United States.”
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 06 June 2018 at 14:11
LIVE by the sword, die by the sword. That’s what they say. In Australia’s case, the sword we’ve lived by has been China. The world’s biggest country has grown rich by feeding on our steel and coal, and we have grown rich alongside it.


But we could die by the same sword. China has developed some big problems and if they get much worse, they could cut us down.

The best way to understand China’s problems is to look back at America in 2007. There was a lot of debt all through the American financial system, but nobody knew just how much of it was bad debt. In America bad debt turned into a global financial crisis within a year, and the subsequent recession caused enormous human suffering across the world.


The debt has been used to keep China’s economy going strong. If you lend a company money, it hires people and makes things. Economic growth continues. The problem is not all those companies are actually profitable. Some can’t pay the money back, and you end up with bad debt.

Bad debt in China is worrying Dinny McMahon a lot. McMahon — an Australian economist and journalist who lived in China for years — recently wrote a book on the incredible scale of the economic problems in China.

“The morass of bad loans in the banking system requires the central bank to keep printing more and more money. Credit needs to continue growing to maintain economic growth, but every yuan of debt generates less economic activity than it used to,” writes McMahon.

“In theory, Beijing could allow its perpetual-motion machine of debt creation to continue indefinitely, but the newly created money eventually ends up feeding speculative bubbles, because there are few other places for it to go. In order to prevent the bubbles from popping, and to maintain confidence, the central banks prints more money.

“All the while, as the size and complexity of the system grows, the potential for something to go seriously wrong increases.”
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 05 August 2018 at 23:03

Survival of Australian ski resorts as they battle against a warming climate may be in the hands of Indian and Chinese immigrants, experts believe

There was a record of more than 2.2 million visitors to the country's snow fields last year, but few were found to make long-term financial investments in snow sports. 

The trend sets current snow-lovers apart from Baby Boomers, who not only enjoyed deeper snow and longer seasons, but immersed themselves fully in snow culture, Sydney Morning Herald reported
'Snow resorts are facing a triple threat: climate change, changing leisure patterns and declining participation from an ageing population,' University of Canberra researcher Dr Tracey Dickson said.

'So how do you get more people into resorts that have large infrastructure commitments

Chinese and Indian markets could hold the key to filling the seemingly fading interest of Australians in snow sports, Dr Dickson said.

Snow store Rhythm had already began looking at ways to boost the involvement of people of those nations now living in Australia who had a keen interest in snow.

For the past two snow seasons, owner Mick Klima has hired a Hindi speaker to transform tourists into avid skiers and snowboarders

'They usually come down in a big group and get one or two pairs of skis that they can all try and fit into and have a go on,' Mr Klima said.

'You have got to start somewhere.'

Chinese president Xi Jinping has also started looking towards the economical benefits of a population with snow skills ahead of the Winter Olympics in Chongli, north-west of Beijing in 2022.

They sure know where the money is don’t they? The ski resort charges high rates and high parking fees. There are just 5 ski resorts in Australia.So if you want a taste of it,you have to pay big coin for it.People would rather go to either NZ or Japan and pay cheaper fees for better conditions. Asians aren’t going To bring better snow. They’ll bring more money for snow machine use.Rhythm snow sports wants to sell lots of gear, however Australians are buying stuff online as it is cheaper.

Why do they have to hire Hindi speakers? If they already live in Australia shouldn’t they have passed an English test?  What is wrong with English?He is flying a flag saying “Replacing English is OK, we’ll replace them in the long run with you”.

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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 12 September 2018 at 20:28


CHINESE students at the University of Adelaide have been threatened with being reported to the Chinese embassy in Canberra for allegedly campaigning against communism during student elections, according to reports.

According to a report published in The Australian, some Chinese pupils who ran on an International Voice ticket for board positions of the university’s union had threatened other students from China who were campaigning for the rival Progress party.

According to The Australian’s report, correspondence between frightened international students and the university details a range of allegations stemming from last month’s elections, and warns of Chinese students “all freaking out and very concerned about the consequences

Great! Commie stuff going on in our University! The cash cows are being bullied by other Chinky cash cows. Being dobbed into the Chink embassy.

They can all bugger off! It’s got nothing to do with us.
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 12 September 2018 at 21:18
Are the orientals Australia's biggest illegal immigration problem?
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 12 September 2018 at 22:06
Yes, China is the biggest threat to Australia - or at least so they appear to be.

Reason being, they come in from China (and India) all cashed up buying land, business and politicians. We have cattle stations the size of Germany which the Chinks are buying up. Same with Port or Harbour facilities and telecommunications companies. They fill the universities with their own kind and China throws money at the universities dictating what can and will be taught to students. Remember, private ownership doesn't really exist in Red China. Everything Chink that has connections outside China is basically a venture by the Chink Red Army. That's why the Australian Government and now Trump sometimes reject Red Chinese investment in military communications and surveillance technology in Australia and the US.

There's also the problem of the Chinese Mafia strong-arming small businesses - shops and restaurants - in order to force them sell out on the cheap or be burned out. They buy up entire areas, push out the White Australians and refuse to even sell us a cold drink on a 45 degrees C. day. The Chink Mafia are responsible for bringing in the majority of the illegal drugs - and the ingredients for illegal drug manufacturing - into Australia.

Sand-Niggers by contrast are bogus refugees that get into Australia, only to immediately bugger off back home on holidays in order to extend their own criminal enterprises. The Lebanese Mafia is much the same as the Chink Mafia.

Africoons: When they aren't rioting, looting and raping, they're living quietly, turning every home into a ghetto. They're so used to being given everything, that when they are moved from one home to another, they dump everything and put out their hand for more. We can tell when an Africoon has moved out of a home, because all the white goods, kids' toys and furniture and even cars are dumped out on the street by the landlords after their tenants have abandoned the place. Then the poor Africoon family moves into a new residence and the do-gooders and the JOG go into action to give them a new fridge, washing machine, toys for the kids, a new car .... You know the story.

And finally it comes down to ...

The Jews: If anybody protests about any of the above - that's anybody from the lowest unemployed factory worker to business tycoon or elected member of parliament - the Jewish Supremacist organisations like the Executive Council of Australian Jewry and the Anti-Defamation Commission (Anti-Defamation League/ADL) go into action destroying the awakened to protect the changing demographic and mud criminal enterprises, scream about the White Australia Policy, RACISTS! and White Supremacy ... and the genocide of White Australia continues unabated. Again you know the story. If Jewish Supremacist interests were not able to wield the power that they do within the business and political worlds, we would not have many of the problems we have today.

And that is why the Executive Council of Australian Jewry considered me in the running for the Most anti-Semitic People in Australia Award for several years running.  :D


"Die Juden sind unser Unglück!"

Jewish Supremacists Lead Minorities Blocking Repeal of Hate Laws

2009-09-30 Report on Antisemitism in Australia 2009 to ...?
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 12 September 2018 at 22:29
Knew y'all had a problem with the muds, illegal and Native. But damn I thought you were a little better off being an island continent in the Pacific.
Title: Re: Stop the Asian Invasion: Chinky Investors Buying Australia - Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 12 September 2018 at 23:04
Australia may have a land mass the same size as the Continental United States, but our population is tiny by comparison with only 25 million compared the US' 350 million (not including illegals), so a small change in the racial demographic is all it takes to alter the status quo Downunder for the worse.
Title: Re: Stop the Asian Invasion: Chinky Investors Buying Australia - Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 12 September 2018 at 23:23
No doubt brother.  I could see that for sure.
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 13 September 2018 at 07:57
Knew y'all had a problem with the muds, illegal and Native. But damn I thought you were a little better off being an island continent in the Pacific.

Our problems are:-lack of water.
:-Asian neighbours.

Waaaaay too many of them to compete with and fight an attack off! We have resources they want and stuff they want. Also a strategic location for shipping.

The US has military in Australia’s north to block off China’s boats from Africa. China is trying to befriend small island neighbours to try get naval bases built near to us.

Old bastards are allowed to sell off stuff to Asia making future generations of White Australians marginalised!

Australia found Chinks too hard to compete with 150 years back and stopped them from  migrating. Some people forget the lessons of the past!

China and India are getting too big for their boots!
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 28 September 2018 at 15:23
THERE are serious concerns about the $13 billion takeover of an Australian energy company with experts warning it is “entirely the wrong move” with implications for national security and gas prices.

Charis Chang | News Ltd (https://www.news.com.au/) (Australia) | 28 September 2018



Australians are just starting to realise how much of the country’s electricity and gas assets are owned by Chinese-linked companies and the huge dominance they now have.

Extract: The latest move from Hong Kong-based company Cheung Kong Infrastructure (CKI) to take over Australian-owned company APA will give it control over 60 per cent of Australia’s gas pipelines.

But the picture becomes even more concerning if you look at all the other assets that are essentially controlled by the Chinese Government.

This is what’s going on.


APA is the company at the centre of the deal and it’s easy to understand why.

The company owns or manages $20 billion worth of energy assets.

It has a 15,000km network of pipelines that deliver half of Australia’s natural gas usage. It supplies gas to 1.3 million Australian homes and businesses, as well as having interests in gas-fired power stations and wind farms.

As Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) energy analyst Bruce Robertson told news.com.au: “It is a fabulously profitable company.”

In fact if you bought shares in APA when it first listed on the stock exchange in 2000, your investment would now be worth 18 times more than what it was.

But this impressive profit actually points to one of the reasons why people are so worried about the sale.

When the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) looked into the gas market in 2016 it found evidence of monopoly pricing among the pipeline operators that transport gas along the east coast of Australia.

This is because the pipelines are owned by a small group of companies that can essentially charge what they like.

CKI already owns a lot of gas pipelines, powerlines and electricity generators around Australia.

So if you combine the two companies, CKI would suddenly control 68 per cent of the gas transmission and distribution pipelines in Victoria, 86 per cent in South Australia and 72 per cent in Queensland.

But it gets even more interesting when you add the assets controlled by other Chinese companies, particularly another company called State Grid, which is a Chinese Government-owned company.

Australian companies were paying between $10 to $12 per gigajoule for contract gas, compared to about $4 in the US, if you look at the Henry Hub Natural Gas Spot Price.

“The price of gas is so extortionately high; it’s well above international prices for gas,” Mr Robertson said.

This is despite the fact that Australia is one of the largest exporters of gas in the world. In what appears to be an absurd situation, Mr Robertson said there are now four consortiums looking to build import terminals in Australia to bring in cheaper gas from overseas.

“It is just unbelievable, the mess we’ve got ourselves into on the east coast of Australia,” Mr Robertson said. “If we go down the route of exporting gas and then importing it, we’ve totally lost.
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 28 November 2018 at 20:29
Adam Giles , the former Chief minister of NT.Yes.....the pro Chink clown of boong extraction who sold Darwin’s port to China is being eyed as a One Nation Candidate.

Pauline Hanson once knew Australia was to be swamped by Asians now this disfunctional half-wit is being considered!?
One Nation has become a joke! Liberal party has become a joke with recent changes. Things don’t look bright politically for Australia right now!


As the closest region to Asia, the ‘Top End’ remains a prized strategic location to Australia, which has enabled the Northern Territory to progressively integrate its economy with the region. Earlier this year, Serge DeSilva-Ranasinghe interviewed Adam Giles, the Territory’s Chief Minister, who also occupies the strategic Portfolio of Asian Trade and Engagement. The conversation focused on his Government’s initiatives to bolster linkages with Asia, the Territory’s geographic identity, the challenges inherent in attracting foreign investment, opportunities presented by the US forces being positioned in Darwin, and his Government’s future plans to engage Asia.


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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 28 November 2018 at 22:09
Things don’t look bright politically for Australia right now!

Things haven't looked bright politically for Australia since the 60's when they removed former Spitfire pilot, Sir John Gorton, as Prime Minister.

Having actually fought (and been wounded and permanently disfigured) in a war - unlike just about every Australian politician since Federation - Gorton was considered too independent and a threat to the status quo. It was Gorton that got Australia the F111's - because they were nuclear capable. It was Gorton that set up the nuclear power station in Sydney - because we could make nukes from the leftovers. It was Gorton that did not want a single Australian soldier put at risk when just pressing a button would do the job. It was Gorton that they sacked - because politicians like having soldiers die for them and all the national mourning and sadness that goes along with it and helps to boost their ratings.
Title: Re: Stop the Asian Invasion: Chinky Investors Buying Australia - Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 29 November 2018 at 09:11
I’d say best Prime Sinister since Gorton would have been Howard.

If you look at what was done he was a decent one.
Still Alfred Deakin would be arguably the best from a nationalist perspective.
Title: Re: Stop the Asian Invasion: Chinky Investors Buying Australia - Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 29 November 2018 at 09:53
I’d say best Prime Sinister since Gorton would have been Howard.

From Whitlam through Fraser and Hawk, the numbers remained the same. Howard is responsible for bringing in the first multitudes of refos. Krudd/Gillard, Abbott and Turnbull increased the number.
Title: Re: Stop the Asian Invasion: Chinky Investors Buying Australia - Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 29 November 2018 at 20:21
I’d say best Prime Sinister since Gorton would have been Howard.

From Whitlam through Fraser and Hawk, the numbers remained the same. Howard is responsible for bringing in the first multitudes of refos. Krudd/Gillard, Abbott and Turnbull increased the number.

At least Howard tried stopping the boats . He had budgets running with a surplus.
Abbot ,well his budgets were brutal because Labour ruined us and we had to get back on track.
He’s the only PM that wanted to stop this Abo free for all.
But... being a big industry that so many businesses in Rural Australia rely on the people at the top shut him down. It would have ruined the economies of so many towns.

Cory Bernadi makes sense!
More sense than Pauline Hanson nowadays.
He is against the Greens with a passion as well as radical Islam!

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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 10 January 2019 at 09:37
China activates ‘ship killer’ DF-26 missiles after ‘sink two carriers’ threat

Beijing has moved to make good on its threat to ‘sink two aircraft carriers’, stating it has activated ‘ship killer’ ballistic missiles.



Beijing has moved to make good on its threat to ‘sink two aircraft carriers’, stating it has activated ‘ship killer’ ballistic missiles in response to a US Navy challenge earlier this week.

The state-controlled Global Times news service overnight reported its newest ballistic missile weapon system, introduced as recently as April last year, are being deployed to positions best suited at striking vessels in the East and South China Sea.

The announcement follows a Chinese Vice Admiral’s threat stating the best way to force the US to ‘back away’ from Beijing’s attempts to annex the disputed waterways would be to ‘sink two aircraft carriers’. He boasted China could do so with the introduction of new ballistic missile systems.

RELATED: Chinese Admiral’s chilling recipe to dominate South China Sea

But the announcement of the deployment comes just days after a US warship passed through the Taiwan Strait and close to the Paracel Islands (Xisha Islands) — claimed by China, Vietnam and Taiwan — to assert the international rules of the sea which govern rights of free passage.

“The timing of the report sparked discussions among Chinese military observers online, as it came after the USS McCambell, a US guided-missile destroyer, trespassed into China’s territorial waters off the Xisha Islands on Monday without permission from the Chinese government,” the government mouthpiece noted.

Military aircraft and warships had been sent to warn the US vessel away, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang said at a daily briefing earlier this week.

But the later state-controlled media report about the missiles indicates Beijing is beginning to lose its patience
“The DF-26 is China’s new generation of intermediate-range ballistic missile capable of targeting medium and large ships at sea,” the Global Times warned. “It can carry both conventional and nuclear warheads.”

The missiles are ballistic, meaning they boost their warheads high into the edge of space.

These warheads then plunge at very high speeds back down towards their targets.

SPECIAL REPORT: China’s exploding military might

Unlike conventional, shorter-range cruise missiles, the DF-26 will not be positioned close to the Taiwan Strait or on the disputed islands themselves.

Instead, Chinese state-run television service CCTV reports the truck-mounted weapons are positioned in a distant outpost: “The DF-26 is attached to a brigade under the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Rocket Force that operates in Northwest China’s plateau and desert areas”.
“A mobile missile launch from deep in the country’s interior is more difficult to intercept,” the Global Times quoted an expert as explaining.

He said the DF-26 has enough range — reputed to be some 4500km — to cover the South China Sea, even when launched from deep within China itself.
“During the initial phase of a ballistic missile launch, the missile is relatively slow and not difficult to detect, making it an easier target for enemy antimissile installations.

“After the missile enters a later stage, its speed is so high that chances for interception are significantly lower.”

The state media report went so far as to highlight the significant US naval base in the middle of the Pacific at Guam was within range of the missiles.

“The report is a good reminder that China is capable of safeguarding its territory,” it stated.
The US in recent weeks has called on its international allies — including Australia — to ramp up pressure on Beijing’s attempt to assert control over the international shipping lanes and fisheries through an increased tempo of ‘freedom of navigation operations’ (FONOPS) by their warships.

The US insists it is not interested in who owns the islands.

Instead, it says it wants to maintain the freedom of access practised through the busy trade hub since the end of World War II.

Recently, however, Beijing has asserted what it claims to be traditional sovereignty over the entirety of the South and East China Seas. An international arbitration court rejected this claim, but China has chosen to ignore the ruling.

Nor does international law allow territorial rights to be applied to the waters around artificial islands. Beijing has recently completed a chain of fortresses on what had previously been coral reefs and demanded that all nations respect its 12 nautical mile (22km) sovereign territorial claim around them.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu told reporters that China had demanded the USS McCampbell leave waters around the Paracel Islands.

“Relevant actions by US vessels violate Chinese and international laws, infringe on China’s sovereignty, and undermine peace, stability and good order in relevant waters,” Lu said.

But international legal institutions have rejected this claim.

“We will continue to take necessary measures to safeguard national sovereignty and security,” he added, potentially referring to the later announcement of the DF-26 missiles.

The spat comes ahead of Beijing-Washington trade talks this week

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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 10 January 2019 at 15:02
Beijing has moved to make good on its threat to ‘sink two aircraft carriers’, stating it has activated ‘ship killer’ ballistic missiles in response to a US Navy challenge earlier this week.

Thanks for bringing that to my/our attention Brother. I'm not shocked very often now days by the anti- White news/propaganda,  but I am a little surprised that our mud loving government and American M.S.M.  has been able to keep this as quiet as they have. To me that's a major story, but the M.S.M. are to busy bashing Trump to inform us of real problems in the world. They never want to rock the boat with China it seems.  I'm sure it's due to all the money our politicians are receiving from secret kickbacks.
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 10 January 2019 at 17:49
Thanks for bringing that to my/our attention Brother. I'm not shocked very often now days by the anti- White news/propaganda,  but I am a little surprised that our mud loving government and American M.S.M.  has been able to keep this as quiet as they have.

News Links: Racial News to Use from January
Title: Re: Stop the Asian Invasion: Chinky Investors Buying Australia - Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 11 January 2019 at 10:59
Beijing has moved to make good on its threat to ‘sink two aircraft carriers’, stating it has activated ‘ship killer’ ballistic missiles in response to a US Navy challenge earlier this week.

Thanks for bringing that to my/our attention Brother. I'm not shocked very often now days by the anti- White news/propaganda,  but I am a little surprised that our mud loving government and American M.S.M.  has been able to keep this as quiet as they have. To me that's a major story, but the M.S.M. are to busy bashing Trump to inform us of real problems in the world. They never want to rock the boat with China it seems.  I'm sure it's due to all the money our politicians are receiving from secret kickbacks.

It isn’t Uncle Sam doing the wrong thing. The Chinks built these Islands and militarised them illegally blocking other people’s ships off!

Uncle Sam has had no issues before in those waters. China is getting too big for their boots and I kind of hope he’ll smack China for being such a bitch!

Hope they barricade off all their boats from Africa fully laden with China’s much needed resources! Better yet we rob their resources and sink their boats that come between Indonesia and Australia!

Again!... they want to Strike when the US government is in Shut down!
Title: Re: Stop the Asian Invasion: Chinky Investors Buying Australia - Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 20 January 2019 at 11:38


Who do they think they are?!
Title: Re: Stop the Asian Invasion: Chinky Investors Buying Australia - Politicians 4 Sale
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 20 January 2019 at 19:24
Re the video: And THAT is why I live in Adelaide instead of Sydney or ANY of Australia's other state capitals.

Here's some of my personal experiences with Gook racism against Whites ...

* With parents in Melbourne in 1979: Refused service in Chinky restaurant.
   Response: Meekly left. Ate Greek Souvlaki/Wog Crap! for first time.

* In 1988 Sydney: Refused service (chips) in Chinky fish and chip shop.
   Response: Abused Gooks and left.

* 1989 Brisbane: Refused employment in predominately Chink employed business x2.
   Response 1: Abused White manager and left. 2: Same but spat in his face.

* 1992 Brisbane: Refused service (can of cold drink) in Chinky milkbar/deli on 40/100 degree plus day.
   Response: Abused and threw coins at Gooks before leaving with drink.

* 1992 - 2022: Refuse to enter Mud owned businesses.

* 2022: The Jew is through in 2022 - All Muds deported!

Melbourne: The Africoon capital of Australia.
No White People Allowed!

Sydney - Western Suburbs: Dune Coon capital of Australia.
No White People Allowed!

Sydney - Northern Suburbs: The Kike capital of Australia.
No White People Allowed!

Sydney - Inner City: Gook capital of Australia.
No White People Allowed!

Sydney - Redfern: Abo capital of Australia.
No White People Allowed!

Any White Australian found in any of the above areas will be arrested at the request of the Multicultural Community.

Police assistance is not permitted for White victims of multicultural violence/White Colonialists benefiting from Cultural Dispensation.
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 09 February 2019 at 23:27

Labor's plan to slash negative gearing will result in thousands of Chinese investors  snapping up 'bargain' Australian homes, a property expert claims.

Labor leader Bill Shorten said tax breaks for negative gearing would be restricted to new homes and the discount halved if the ALP wins the federal election.

The existing policy gives housing investors a tax break if they make short-term losses on real estate investments, providing an incentive for property buyers who can thus sustain short-term losses for long-term profits.

A Labor reduction in the tax breaks meant there would be fewer local buyers in the real estate market, and the drop-off in demand could reduce house prices.

However, Douglas Driscoll, chief executive of Starr Partners, said any such price fall would make the local market more attractive to foreign investors.

'Labor's proposal will create opportunities for foreign buyers looking to capitalise on a "softer" market,' he told Daily Mail Australia.

'They are already seeing Australia as a bargain and I'm expecting to see this kind of investment gain further momentum this year

Labor is expected to win the upcoming federal election, and anticipation of the negative gearing changes had been cited as a factor in price downturns in the major markets of Sydney and Melbourne in recent months.

With prices dropping off record highs, foreign buyers - principally Chinese - were expected to come into the local market in big numbers

Just why are non residents being allowed to buy our property ?!?!?? Pushing the prices up for Australians displacing them?!
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 21 February 2019 at 20:48

Fly-in, fly-out Chinese buyers are taking full advantage of plummeting house prices in Australia, spending $12 million on property in just 24 hours.

The houses, all located in Melbourne's affluent inner-city suburb of Kew, were snapped up by buyers keen to take advantage of the property slump and a favourable exchange rate between the Australian Dollar and Chinese Yuan.

In one instance, a Chinese buyer flew in from Macau in the morning and inspected and bought two neighbouring properties on Burke Rd for $7million before flying back out early the following day.
Kay and Burton Hawthorn's Rebecca Edwards was surprised by the sales, who said the Chinese New Year often brought a lot of talk and little action, Realestate.com.au reported.

However, due to the current slump in housing prices, Australia is now seen as a 'safe haven' by the Chinese and they're jumping back into the market in rapid numbers, she said

Properties 1207 and 1209 Burke Rd were scheduled to go to auction this weekend but their owners decided to take the early offer made by the Chinese buyers to avoid any uncertainty.

The buyers plan to relocate to Australia in around a year as they have children enrolled in the local Kew private school

Another home on Wimba Ave, Kew, was also sold to a buyer who lives in mainland China and flew in to Australia especially to inspect the home, which sold for about $5million.   

Some Chinese buyers are able to purchase properties as they have permanent residency in Australia, but many are living overseas.

It's also reported that buyers with temporary residency are working around being denied home loan by making multi-million dollar offers in cash.

Chinese buyers are increasingly turning to Melbourne for their potential new home as with more than half of their searches being conducted in the Victorian capital.

Prosperous suburbs such as Glen Waverley and Box Hill are among the most sought after

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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 01 April 2019 at 20:12
A shopper has filmed a baby formula 'syndicate' shamelessly abusing the two-tin limited


A woman shopping at Coles in Hurstville, 16km south of Sydney, said she recently saw a group of around 10 people repeatedly purchasing tins of baby formula from the store.


The newly emerged footage sees a male and female deposit what appears to be tins of baby formula into bags parked just metres from the supermarket's doors

In the clip obtained by 2GB, the pair are then seen walking back inside the store to continue shopping.

A female bystander appears to be particularly angered by what she's seen, and can be heard hurling abuse and members of the 'syndicate

'Yeah run, run,' she says.

Alex, who filmed the shocking incident, told the radio show the group had 'no shame

'They had no shame, the staff knew and just kept telling them they had to be three metres away from the store.

'There was two registers full of these people having these products in their hands and no one pulling them up,' she added.

A image, which is thought to have been taken at the same incident as the video, sees a line of people queuing up to buy baby formula

 statement issued by Coles says the store is working with suppliers to find a solution to improve availability.

'Coles is committed to ensuring our customers have access to infant formula and as a result we are limiting sales quantities to two units per customer,' it said.

'We are working with our suppliers on solutions to improve availability for customers.

'Where formula is unavailable, we encourage customers to speak with their local store manager,' the statement concluded.

The two-tin limited was originally implemented to prevent people from bulk buying formula to sell onto China


There is no place safe from the “human insects” who rape everything like an insect plague to take back to their hive in Asia!
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 11 April 2019 at 20:15

A young woman was kicked out of an election forum after former prime minister Tony Abbott blamed the rising cost of living and low wages on immigration.

More than a hundred residents of Sydney's affluent northern beaches packed into Harbord Beach Hotel in Freshwater during Sky News' pub test on Thursday night.

Local voters were given the opportunity to question Warringah candidates including Mr Abbot, Greens member Kristyn Glanville and United Australia Party's Suellen Wrightson.

The final question of the evening drew a mixed response from the audience as a young man asked about housing affordability and the rising cost of living on the northern beaches.

'In the end the best thing a government can do is provide an economy that's strong … a strong economy maximises job opportunities,' Mr Abbott answered

'You know what's depressing wages at the moment? You know what's sending house prices and rent up? It's immigration.'

The former prime minister was met with a mix of jeers and groans when Katherine Quirk yelling from the crowd: 'Oh f**k off! You're a migrant, Tony!'

Mr Abbott was born in London, England, and came to Australia in 1960 when he was just two years old, sailing into Australia on the Assisted Passage Migration Scheme ship SS Oronsay before the family settled in Sydney's north.

The young woman, studying a Masters of International Relations majoring in environmental politics, was quickly told to be quiet by security before she was ushered out of the venue

Ms Quirk was in line to ask the panel a question as she had an interest in Mr Abbott's stance on the Paris Climate Agreement, the beaches tunnel and the commitment to electric cars.

'Since the federal election was just called today and is being dubbed ''the climate election'' and we have school students in the electorate who are not even eligible to vote striking, I was really interested in local policy aligning with all these matters,' she told Daily Mail Australia.

Despite desperately wanting to ask a question, Ms Quirk was told she wasn't registered and therefore wasn't allowed before she was eventually cleared to go before the panel and joined the line

Cashed up Curries and Chinks are too hard to compete with and Sydney is already a “rat race”. Who wants to work harder to afford a house there? You’d never pay it off!
Abbot knows the score. He also wants to clean the Boongs up and keep them busy!

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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 13 April 2019 at 22:00

European and English-speaking migrants are more likely to back immigration cuts as they fear Australia is losing its cultural identity

Migrants from these nations are less likely to support those born in other countries, with 58 per cent agreeing immigration should be cut, a survey by the Australian Population Research Institute has found.

However, two-thirds of Asian migrants favour an increase in migrant numbers and disagree with the idea that Australia's identity is disappearing
Report authors Dr Bob Birrell and Dr Katharine Betts also found non-graduates are more likely to support the cuts compared to university graduates.

There were 67 per cent of graduates who supported an increase in immigration.

Dr Birrell and Dr Betts told the Herald Sun that second-generation migrants are more skeptical about immigration

These migrants have become an important part of a voter base worried about immigration,' they said.

However the survey also found that 58 per cent of Australian-born individuals agreed Australia was in danger of losing its identity and 47 per cent of voters supported 'a partial ban' on Muslim immigration

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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 14 April 2019 at 20:39

Kimberly-Clark announced it was shutting down its Huggies facility in Ingleburn, New South Wales

The company will move production of nappies and pants over to Asia - resulting in a loss of 220 jobs

Western Australia's steel manufacturing has also shrunk due to outsourcing from Malaysia and China

Tradies fear the next generation will struggle to find jobs and won't be able to inherit highly-specialised skills

Australia's manufacturing makes up less than ten per cent of the country's GDP

Factory workers across Australia fear their jobs could be the next to go overseas following nappy company Huggies' decision to move production offshore.

Parent company Kimberly-Clark Australia announced last week it will be shutting down its Ingleburn mill by the end of July which is expected to result in a loss of 220 jobs.

The company, which also has a facility in South Australia, revealed it is moving to Asia to enable 'faster access to the latest research and engineering advancements in nappies and pants'.   

The move makes Huggies the latest Australian-based manufacturer to take its business offshore in what appears to be a growing trend among companies aiming to lower production costs.   

Electrical engineer Martin Cordina, 43, who works at Powered Innovations in Wetherill Park, NSW, told Daily Mail Australia that the industry's move overseas has affected job security among tradies, budding apprentices, and has even altered the quality of goods.   

'Huggies excuse was due to "research and development," but it's a nappy company. It doesn't matter where the nappy is made, it's the same technology, so it's just an excuse for cheaper manufacturing to make more profit because the labour costs are too high here,' he said.

Mr Cordina, who has worked in the industry for 27 years, has witnessed manufacturing transform into a dying trade, including at the printing company where he completed his apprenticeship - and no longer exists.

The Sydney tradesman fears the next generation will not only struggle to find jobs, but will also not be able to inherit highly-specialised skills

'Not only do we give away the product [overseas] but we give away the knowledge and expertise,' he said.

'It's a worry because we have to think a generation ahead. Not only do we have to think about people now - our friends, our colleagues - but we have to think about our children.

'Are they going to be in a position to have jobs? They can go to university to get an education, but what will they use it for? Besides IT and warehouses, there will be no manufacturing, or very little.

'I think companies need to have some degree of blame because they're the ones wanting to make the same amount of profit, or greater, at the expense of the employees. The Government is also to blame because they're allowing this practice to happen.

Mr Cordina said the issue has influenced how he'll vote in the federal election, but admits he does not think Liberal or Labor are well-suited to tackle the problem. 

'It's very disappointing. I'm upset... I'm angry, because not only are we sacrificing the standard of products but also safety.

'The products that come from overseas are copies, but they're bad copies, so someone's safety can be at risk.'

Huggies' departure is part of the US corporation's 'global restructuring program' and comes four months after it announced it would slash 5,500 jobs globally over the next three years.

Specifics over which facilities would shut were not disclosed, but union reps and workers said the Sydney mill closure 'came out of left field' and that there was 'no indication' it was heading in that direction. 

The corporation said it would continue operations at its Millicent Mill in SA where it currently employs 400 workers.

The move is reminiscent of that of Australian-based Pacific Brands Underwear Group, also known as Bonds, which moved production to China in 2009. 

Bonds' closure led to a loss of 1,850 jobs across New South Wales and Victoria.

Carl Drieman, a machine operator from Sydney, had been making mattress springs at Pacific Brands for 18 years when he was suddenly laid off due to the business decision.

Pacific Brands beds and mattresses are still produced locally but the metal springs are manufactured in China.

'It is a concern. If manufacturing goes offshore then there are less jobs. In our factory there were maybe 15 people, but all the wire we used came from Newcastle so those people were also affected.

'It's disappointing. Fewer manufacturing jobs means a lot more people are competing for jobs and that drives wages down. So even if you do get a job, the pay is not gonna be as good,' he said.

Mr Drieman now works at recycling facility Direct Pallets, where he manufactures mulch and other wood-based products and thanks to the niche market, he believes his job is secure.
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 25 April 2019 at 06:03
A Melbourne mum who smashed another shopper's phone during an altercation over baby formula in a shopping centre carpark has escaped conviction


Samantha Smith appeared in Dandenong Magistrates' Court on Wednesday, where she pleaded guilty to one charge of wilfully damaging property over the incident last December at Parkmore Shopping Centre in the city's south-east.

The court heard Smith became involved in an altercation with another woman over the bulk-buying of baby formula at Coles at the centre, the Greater Dandenong Leader reported

She became agitated after the woman began filming her before grabbing the woman’s arm and smashing her mobile phone on the ground.

Smith left the shopping centre before police arrived but was later identified on CCTV.

She told the court she believed it was wrong shoppers left store shelves bare by bulk buying and sending large quantities of baby formula overseas.

'It annoys me, there are hordes of Asians always down there, speaking to me in Chinese, being rude,' Smith said.

'They are always down at my Coles in big numbers. I've complained to Coles plenty of times, but they don't do anything.'


The single mum was placed on a good behaviour bond and ordered to pay $100 to the court.

'You can't take things into your own hands, it is not something you can do,' Magistrate Sharon McRae told Smith.

Baby formula manufacturers have been unable to meet an overwhelming demand for the highly sought-after product since an estimated 54,000 Chinese babies hospitalised due to contaminated formula in 2008. 

Woolworths and Coles currently have a two-tin baby formula limit for customers due to the popularity of 'daigou shoppers', who bulk buy tins of formula to sell for a profit online to China.

It's estimated there are at least 80,000 daigou shoppers in Australia.


Some daigou shoppers reportedly make more than $100,000 each year by selling tins three times in the retail price in Australia.

One of the most recent incidents was at a Woolworths in Hurstville in Sydney's south last week, where a group of shoppers were filmed loading the boot of their car with 30 tins of formula.

Could have been smarter about things. She never had to grab the Gook’s hand and toss the phone on the ground. She could have made it look like an accident and tap the phone to make it slip out of the Gook’s hand. Like she was touching something on her screen?

This is just getting ludicrous! Stop Gooks from locust plaguing our nation!
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 25 April 2019 at 07:31
Baby formula manufacturers have been unable to meet an overwhelming demand for the highly sought-after product since an estimated 54,000 Chinese babies hospitalised due to contaminated formula in 2008. 

Woolworths and Coles currently have a two-tin baby formula limit for customers due to the popularity of 'daigou shoppers', who bulk buy tins of formula to sell for a profit online to China.

It's estimated there are at least 80,000 daigou shoppers in Australia.

Some daigou shoppers reportedly make more than $100,000 each year by selling tins three times in the retail price in Australia.

Organised crime are heavily involved in the Baby Formula smuggling racket ...

Criminal OMCG Sons of Anarchy are involved in smuggling Baby Formula
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 25 April 2019 at 12:21
I wonder if the Sons of Anarchy guy is a terrorist putting Ricin and Anthrax into the formula whilst in the store / in the delivery truck to:- fix the Chinks abroad, and give the formula a bad name with the Chink  insect people sending it to their hive?
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 25 April 2019 at 12:30

There are reasons aplenty to be warily amused by the latest hysterical assault on BHP by the now legendary Maritime Union militant from Fremantle, Christy Cain.
On Tuesday Cain's theatrical outrage over BHP's decision to stop providing shipping services for its long-time iron ore customer BlueScope stretched to recommending that Western Australia should cancel the company's Pilbara mining leases.
That is funny, first and foremost because WA Premier Mark McGowan is about as likely to take advice from Cain as I am. Presently the MUA's routinely robust WA state secretary is banned from the Premier's office because of past rhetorical assaults on the government

Not even the fact that McGowan is in fierce and regular contest with BHP over claims that the state has been short changed by $300 million on iron ore royalty payments has tempted the Premier to echo the MUA's outrage over lost ships and jobs.
Instead, as the Premier told The West Australian, he made personal entreaties on behalf of the sailors and Australian crewed ship.

Meanwhile, of course, McGowan's federal colleagues have happily climbed aboard Cain's ship of sympathy and outrage.
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten joined the MUA hue and cry in January, accusing BHP of sending ships overseas and "foreign flagging it". In a juvenile rhetorical gesture The Australian Financial Review condemned as class warfare, Shorten added BHP's name to the manifest of Australia's shameful corporates.
"Why does corporate Australia, the big end of town, think that the next quarter's profits are more important than our environment, more important than Australian jobs, and more important than Australian national security?" Shorten complained.

"If a company is seen as trying to subvert from Australian industrial relations laws and cut costs by going to foreign shipping, they shouldn't expect a standing ovation from the Labor Party or for us to be quiet," the shadow treasurer told the Financial Review.
The only problem with any and all of that is that none of it is based in any sort of fact.

Yep, Cain's advice to McGowan and Shorten's advice to the nation is made all the more risible because it is part of an MUA campaign that aims to rehabilitate the withered state of Australian domestic shipping through desperately opportunistic and classically confected claims of bastardry by BHP and BlueScope.
In a post on its Facebook page the MUA recently reported that 80 Australian seafarers had been "sacked by BHP after more than a century of doing the job

"They're being replaced by exploited foreign labour. Working on Australian shores but not paid according to our laws," the MUA reported. "They'll receive between $2-$4 an hour.
"How is this in the interests of our country?
"So much for the Big Australian. BHP are dogging Australian workers at one end and scamming on their tax at the other – $43 billion in revenue last year and they are still trying to screw their workers and cheat the taxpayer.
"F****** greedy pricks," the post concluded pithily.
Well now, we would observe first that this would make those sailors very old salts indeed. But we would also note that those workers did not work for BHP and that they have not been sacked and, as far as we can tell, there are not even 80 of them.
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 26 April 2019 at 21:12

United Australia Party leader Clive Palmer has been slammed as a hypocrite after it was revealed his 'Make Australia Great' signs are made in China.

The politician's campaign slogan, printed on bright yellow signs throughout the country, was made to advertise his focus on boosting Australia's employment rate and local manufacturing.

But it doesn't seem to be an idea the politician has taken too seriously, with some of his corflutes being created in China

Printed by Dongguan Jianxin Plastic Products Co Ltd. 94 Qingfend East Road, Shijien, Dongguan City, Guangdong Province, China,' the poster read.

Last month, it was revealed the campaign t-shirts were also made in China and  former actor Bryan Wiseman, who was running for UAP, quit as a result.

'Clive Palmer is the personification of every negative stereotype about politicians all rolled into a single person,' one person said.

'This is so funny when you consider the fear campaign about China Palmer's been sending out over the last few months,' another said.

One person commented: 'Everything about this guy is funny and bizarre, yet he wins votes, saving Aussies from China by printing s**t in China.'

'Like, make Australia great? Just signalling that he is both a racist piece of s**t and hugely unoriginal about it,' another said

A United Australia Party spokesperson told the Courier Mail the party had spent 98.5 per cent of the printing budget in Australia and only 1.5 per cent in China. 

'Time frames also meant printing of corflutes needed to be done overseas,' the spokesman said.

Mr Palmer has also previously attacked the 'communist Chinese government' for stealing Australia's resources in 2014 and described them as 'mongrels' who 'shoot their own people' and 'haven't got a justice system.' 

Mr Palmer has spent more than $27million on newspaper ads, television ads and billboards around the country

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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 12 May 2019 at 13:09

Political organizations with links to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) are active inside Australia’s two main political parties and using their growing influence to promote Beijing’s interests. Unlike Russia, which the U.S. intelligence community has concluded carried out an ambitious campaign of interference intended to benefit Donald Trump in the 2016 U.S. presidential election (U.S. Director of National Intelligence, January 2017), the CCP is bipartisan in its activities in Australia: it aims to build influence across the political spectrum, and to sway whomever wins. Although the activities of real estate mogul Huang Xiangmo have attracted the greatest attention (ABC News (Australia), April 6, 2019), Huang represents only part of a much larger effort on the part of People’s Republic of China (PRC)-affiliated “united front” organizations to influence politics in Australia and beyond.

Beijing is exploiting multiculturalism as a cover for its policy of “Chinese participation in politics” (huaren canzheng, 华人参政) (People’s Daily Overseas Edition, July 31, 2018; The Daily Beast, July 18, 2018). Organizations working on behalf of the Chinese government are following the advice laid out in 2010 by a CCP strategist for maximizing political influence in Western democracies: build ethnic Chinese-based political organizations, make political donations, support ethnic Chinese politicians, and deploy votes to swing close-run elections (Jinan University United Front Department, May 5, 2010). James To, a New Zealand academic, has gained access to a trove of documents in Beijing—one of which, dated 2004, described cultivating ethnic Chinese in countries like Australia to vote as a bloc, join parties, and stand for public office. [1] This approach is related to the “mixing sand” (chan shazi, 掺沙子) tactic advocated by Mao Zedong: plant trusted people in the enemy’s ranks in order to weaken them (People’s Daily, October 29, 2013).

Many of the persons and organizations prominent in Australia’s huaren canzheng movement have identifiable linkages with the influence network of the CCP’s United Front Work Department (UFWD) or other Chinese government agencies. The UFWD is a powerful branch of the CCP tasked with influencing and controlling groups outside the party, including groups located abroad. [2] Chinese President Xi Jinping has famously described united front work as a “magic weapon” of the CCP, and he has overseen a dramatic increase in personnel and resources for the UFWD (China Brief, April 24, 2018; Australian Centre on China in the World, 2018). UFWD organizations appear to be grooming a new generation of young Chinese-Australians for entry into politics, either through mentoring or “educational seminars.” [3] Candidates recruited and supported by such organizations will be expected to put ethnic Chinese voters’ interests first (Western Australia Chinese Liberal Club, September 10, 2017). Huang Xiangmo has written of the need to nurture those with bilingual skills “who can walk through the revolving door of politics, business and academia at ease” (Australian CPPRC, July 2015).

Efforts by Chinese-Australians, as well as citizens from other underrepresented ethnic groups, to further engage in politics should be welcomed. However, Australia and other democratic societies must also recognize when organizations, and persons affiliated with them, are susceptible to influence from authoritarian foreign governments. This is particularly true when these groups are dominated by members with close links to the CCP, and are in a position to influence policymakers and other leaders to adopt positions favored by Beijing.

Up to the present, New South Wales (NSW) has been seen as the epicenter of CCP influence in Australia: for example, some of those associated with Chinese Friends of Labor in NSW are now the focus of an Independent Commission Against Corruption investigation for allegedly concealing the sources of political donations (ABC News (Australia), February 3). However, NSW is not unique, and pro-Beijing influence activities are especially well-organized in Western Australia (WA). These activities have met with little scrutiny and resistance in WA in part because pro-Beijing lobbyists have powerful friends in the business community, in politics, and in the media. In public and behind closed doors, these lobbyists attack CCP critics as “anti-Chinese,” and pressure political leaders to be “friends of China”—meaning, in this context, to support policies that favor the Chinese government
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 12 June 2019 at 11:18

Australia must deploy military forces to foreign bases in the Pacific Ocean if it is to defend itself from advanced Chinese weaponry, according to a defence think tank report
Too much emphasis on defending the sea and air 'gap' to the north of Australia had left the country exposed to attack from Chinese missiles which could reach deep into the continent.

An Australian Strategic Policy ­Institute (ASPI) report has called for a new defence strategy which would put military assets in Japan, Papua New Guinea and Guam in the Western Pacific.

The report looks at how Australia can be better prepared for a major war which could occur in the next decade
'A key challenge confronting Australian strategic planners that should directly inform future defence policy is the rise of an assertive Chinese state that's directly challenging US strategic primacy in Asia,' the report's author Malcolm Davis states.

'President Xi Jinping is determined to establish the Chinese state's dominance across the Indo-Pacific, in part through displacing the established US-led rules-based order.'

The emergence of an increasingly powerful People's Liberation Army (PLA) was expanding China's ability to threaten its neighbours while reducing the US military and technological advantage in Asia.

Concerns about China's growing presence in the region were raised when three PLA warships with 700 sailors on board spent four days docked in Sydney Harbour on an unannounced visit earlier this month.

Australia's current defence strategy formulated in the 1980s concentrates on securing the sea-air gap  between Australia's northern and north-western coast and maritime South East Asia.

'This strategy sat well during the period of the Cold War and into the immediate post-Cold War period of the 1990s, when there was little or no direct threat to Australia's territory from a significant power,' the report states.

'In 2019, that situation has changed. Far from being in a strategic backwater, Australia is very much now a state in the front line, geographically, strategically and politically.'

Rapid development of Chinese military capabilities would enable its long-range strike capacity to reach vital Australian air bases, particularly in the north
'The geographical barriers and the "tyranny of distance" are being eroded with the onset of technological innovation in new military domains, such as space, cyberspace and across the electromagnetic spectrum,' the report states.

'A mindset of assuming we can defend the sea-air gap is becoming less and less credible

Joint US-Australian facilities at Pine Gap near Alice Springs and North West Cape in Western Australia, as well as American forces deployed in northern Australia, could come under direct threat in any military conflict with China
'A direct military attack against Australia would no longer necessarily occur after a warning period of 10 years,' the report states.

'With active flashpoints in Asia, including Taiwan, the Korean Peninsula, the South China Sea and the East China Sea… we can't assume that such a war is a "low probability/high consequences" contingency.'

The current defence strategy was 'reactive', waiting for an opponent to approach Australia's shores, rather than dealing with threats at a distance.

Rather than continue with that policy, the Australian Defence Force (ADF) should develop a strategy which is 'forward defence in depth'.

'This seeks to ensure that the ADF can rapidly project power deep into the maritime Indo-Pacific region to deny a potential adversary the initiative from the outset and prevent them from bringing long-range, high-speed military effects to bear.'

With new types of weapons and warfare the sea-air gap may not give Australia the same natural defence advantage as it did in the mid 1980s.

Back then, according to the report, China was 'an introverted, inward-looking and backward power' and China was still focused on the Soviet threat to its north.

The Chinese navy was 'at best a brown-water coastal defence fleet' and its air force 'largely made up of decrepit MiGs to support the ground forces.'

'By contrast, in 2019 a forward Chinese military presence, expanding out from military bases in the South China Sea through the archipelago to our north and potentially into the South Pacific between Australia and the US, would fundamentally change our strategic calculus for the worse.'

Threats could be presented by Chinese navy carrier battle groups, submarines and long-range forward-deployed air power.

More advanced conventional ballistic missile systems and nuclear weapons were also steadily increasing in reach and accuracy.

Chinese missile systems could strike at RAAF Tindal and RAAF Darwin in the Northern Territory and bases at Scherger in Queensland and Western Australia's Learmonth and Curtin if deployed in the South China Sea.

This is what we get us Westerners for sending all our jobs to them over the last 40 years!
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 13 June 2019 at 22:58

House prices in Australia's biggest cities are half as affordable as they were three decades ago following a surge in immigration and Chinese investment
Sydney's median house price of $869,579 is more than 10 times an average Australian full-time salary of $83,455, despite a record 17 per cent property price plunge during the past two years.

Back in 1987, a typical suburban home with a backyard cost $120,025 - or five times a mean annual wage of $23,858.

Since that time, Australia's net annual immigration pace has more than doubled from 125,800 to 292,280 in the year to April 2019, with the population growth pace of 1.6 per cent the highest in the developed world

Australian Population Research Institute president Dr Bob Birrell said there was a direct link between a surge in Sydney and Melbourne median house prices and high immigration.

'Of course. It's a major factor in the demand for houses in Sydney and Melbourne,' the former government immigration adviser told Daily Mail Australia on Wednesday.

'One of the factors causing that very high ratio is high demand for houses, a large part of which is driven by immigration
Between 2012 and 2017, house prices in Australia's two biggest cities surged with Sydney values rising by 68 per cent as Melbourne's median price climbed by 54 per cent.

This coincided with Australia's net annual immigration pace climbing above 200,000.

Prices in middle-distance suburbs had increased, as more skilled migrants moved in, from the Monash council area in Melbourne's south-east to Ryde in Sydney's north

'It's pretty clear,' Dr Birrell said.

'They're buying what we might call modest-price houses in the million or so bracket.

'They've had a significant role in pushing up prices in middle, suburban areas.'

A high intake of international students has also fuelled demand for units near the city

'Immigration has surged in recent years and most of that surge is due to the surplus of temporary migrants arriving,' Dr Birrell said.

'That source of migration is having a greater impact on the demand for apartments than it is on detached houses.'

The surge in temporary immigration, driven by an increasing number of students from China and India, has given developers a reason to demolish free-standing houses.

'The numbers have surged,' Dr Birrell sai
'Sydney and Melbourne is being torn down and rebuilt.'

Digital Finance Analytics founder Martin North said while population was one factor that had made housing unaffordable, Chinese investor demand had been a bigger cause during the past decade.

'Population growth is absolutely one of them but I do think the migration story is overdone,' he told Daily Mail Australia.

'The main reason that we have the massive spike is the investors, particularly international investors.

'If you look at it, China and other countries really decided Australia was where they wanted to buy property.'

Despite Australia's historically high immigration rate, Sydney's median house price has dived by 17 per cent since peaking in July 2017, despite record-low interest rates, following an Australian Prudential Regulation Authority crackdown on investor and interest-only loans.

In the year to April, Australia's net annual immigration pace stood at 292,280,  which was more than four times the 20th century average of 70,000, Australian Bureau of Statistics figures released on Wednesday showed
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 14 June 2019 at 15:32

Latest News: Commie Papers defend Chinky agents and Chinky Warships buying out the entire of Sydney's kiddy drink supply ...

Chinese warships stop in Australia and buy up crates of baby formula ...

Chinese warships stop in Australia and buy up crates of baby milk, prompting bizarre row ... Imported baby formula is popular in China after a scandal involving contaminated products more than a ...

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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 24 June 2019 at 22:39

A video has been posted online appearing to show a group of shoppers working together to buy a large haul of baby formula tins from the same supermarket.

Matt Ward filmed the video on Sunday at a Melbourne Woolworths supermarket.

'Baby formula should be in glass cabinets with limited purchases. There was 8-10 runners going back and forth,' Mr Ward said
In the video a man can be seen carrying two tins of baby formula from the supermarket to trolleys lined up behind another store.

Two woman then walk off each carting a packed trolley behind them
In a photo accompanying the video, five trolleys can be seen lined up next to a wall out of sight from the Woolworths store.

The trolleys look to be filled to capacity with tins of baby formula.

Mr Ward said the group looked to have an efficient system in place. 

'They would each buy two baby formulas and come out and put the baby formula in the shopping carts,' he told Yahoo New
'This process was repeated time after time. Some of those carts were full, possibly 15-20 in each cart.'

Woolworths told Daily Mail Australia that a two tin transaction limit applies on baby formula in their stores. 

'We have a two tin transaction limit on baby formula in place and our store teams work hard to ensure customers have access to stock when they need

'We encourage any parents who find their chosen baby formula is unavailable on the shelves to speak with store management, so we can help get them stock as quickly as possible


Well this wouldn’t have been trouble 50 years or so back! Asians were banned from being in Australia! The old people knew how they pinched all the Gold for themselves in the Gold fields and were too hard to Compete with!

Again they had an efficient system of getting everybody else’s Gold and moving it back to their hive! This time around it is comming back worse!
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 07 July 2019 at 09:10

The Defence Force says it is keeping a close eye on a Chinese warship heading into Australian waters allegedly to spy on scheduled war games later this month.

The Auxiliary General Intelligence vessel is expected to closely monitor the United States and Australian exercises during the Talisman Sabre war games off the Queensland coast.

Decked out with advanced communications systems designed to listen in on enemy militaries, the ship was reportedly north of Papua New Guinea on Saturday night

The bilateral training activity takes place every two years and involves the “planning and conduct of mid-intensity ‘high end’ warfighting”, the Defence Force website says.

“There is [an AGI ship] north of Australia at the moment,” the ABC reported the Chief of Defence Joint Operations, Lieutenant General Greg Bilton said at the Talisman Sabre launch in Brisbane.

“It is international waters, they have the right to sail there.

“I’m not going to go into operational details, but we’ll just take appropriate actions in regards to that vessel.

“It’s a vessel that collects information, so it’s not a great threat but we’ll take appropriate action.”

In a statement provided to news.com.au, the Defence Department said it was “aware that there will likely be interest from other countries in exercise Talisman Sabre”.

“These issues are taken into account during the planning and conduct of exercises.

“Any questions relating to the movement of PLA vessels in international waters should be directed to the Chinese Government.”

The presence of China warships spying in Australian waters is becoming increasingly regular, says director of a Sydney University-based research centre dedicated to American foreign policy, Ashley Townshend.

He told news.com.au it is the “new normal” in the Indo-Pacific region and a sign of the changing strategic order.

“As China’s navy grows more powerful and picks-up the pace of operations far away from the mainland, its warships are becoming an everyday sight right across the region,” the director of foreign policy and defence at United States Studies Centre said.

“Just as US, Australian and Japanese military assets operate in international waters and airspace close to Chinese shores, so too will China be present off our coastline.

“Australian and US defence planners are well aware of this and will have taken steps to make sure that the sensitive aspects of the Talisman Sabre exercises are protected against spying by Chinese surveillance ships.

“They’ve done this before and, what’s more, there is value in practising under such realistic conditions.

Mr Townshend said despite the presence of the Chinese spy warship in Queensland not breaking any international laws, it does present double standards from the superpower.

“All nations have the right under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea to conduct military surveillance operations in international waters outside a state’s 12 nautical mile territorial sea,” he told new.com.au.

“This is what China will be doing next week.

“While the US and Australia — along with most other nations — accept this principle and grant it to China, Beijing does not extend this right to other nations in the South China Sea, where it routinely chases away foreign vessels from self-declared “military alert zones

It’s going to take a huge bribe of bulk baby formula to get them to clear off! >:(
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 24 July 2019 at 09:56

This is the man accused of being the world's unluckiest criminal, allegedly caught with a $200 million drug shipment after crashing into two parked police cars
New South Wales police claim Simon Tu, 26, caught their attention when he accidentally smashed his van into the cars on Monday. 

Tu allegedly failed to stop after the brutal smash outside the local police station in Eastwood, Sydney.

He was pulled over by officers an hour later, but officers never could have anticipated what they would find in the back of his van

Investigators will allege that the white Toyota HiAce Tiwas driving was crammed full of 13 cardboard boxes packed with a total of 273kg in crystal methylamphetamine.

'(He) has certainly had a very, very bad day,' said Detective Chief Inspector Glyn Baker.

'Crashing into a police vehicle with that amount of drugs on board is somewhat unheard of
Police raided Tu's family home in Berala on Tuesday afternoon, with neighbours taken aback by the scale of his alleged drug run.

Until recently, Tu was working as a franchisee of a mobile coffee van business, Cafe2U, in the Greenacre area. 

Daily Mail Australia understands one of Simon's two older brothers brought him into the coffee business, but it was not to last

Police have charged Tu with large commercial drug supply, negligent driving and failing to notify a police officer of an accident.

He appeared in front of Burwood Local Court by video link on Tuesday. He did not apply for bail and it formally refused


”Simple Simon says “ Distribute Commercial class A drugs in Australia to kill off the population
So China and North Korea can Simply Conquer it with more Chinky Simple Simons!”!

Go !..Go!...Go!! ...Gook!
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 26 July 2019 at 00:42

China’s emperor Xi Jinping and his ‘One Belt One Road’ dream of global domination certainly manifested its will yesterday in Hong Kong. Beijing enforced it’s authoritarianism dispatching a gang of thugs wielding confucius whip-sticks against the free people of Hong Kong.

Media reports show Chinese men wearing white, attacking protesters and commuters at Hong Kong’s Yuen Long MTR station yesterday on Christian Sunday, July 21 in 2019.   At least 45 commuters were injured, with one person in critical condition, according to the city’s hospital authorities.

Eye-witnesses said the invading thug group of armed white shirts particularly targeted black-shirted passengers who had been at an anti-government march.  The attack came after several thousand activists surrounded China’s representative office in the city, later clashing with police. It has Chairman Xi Jinping’s cultural stamp all over the attack

The latest violence in Hong Kong comes on the back of Xi Jinping’s self-annointed presidency for life, Beijing’s invasion of Tibet and  Xinjiang, Beijing’s susequent persecution and genocide, Beijing’s military annexation of the South China Sea, its threat of invading Taiwan, plus all the commo totalitarian public face recognition CCTV and overflowing concentration camps.

Back in 1997, Britain had surrendered its sovereignty of distant and small island Hong Kong colonial territory over to mainland China  Hong Kong became a special administrative region and continues to maintain governing and economic systems separate from those of mainland China.

It was because China’s then leader Premier Deng Xiaoping in preliminary talks with British PM Margaret Thatcher, threatened that his China would invade and seize Hong Kong if the negotiations set off unrest in the colony. Thatcher would not sacrifice British forces in the face of a massive out-numbered and more powerful enemy.

Thatcher later said that Deng told her bluntly that China could easily take Hong Kong by force, stating that “I could walk in and take the whole lot this afternoon”, to which she replied that “there is nothing I could do to stop you, but the eyes of the world would now know what China is like.”

This is what China is like – backward, barbaric, prejudiced, racial superior, authoritarian, dangerous, violent, to be avoided.

Today 45 locals were beated by Beijing Brownshirts innocuously clad in white t-shirts at one of Hong Kong’s busiest railway stations

Wasn’t this the Yellow Peril fear that convinced Canberra’s military commitment and enforced conscription of thousands of our young men into the Vietnam War (1962-1975) to contain Chinese communism?  Lessons learned?  Not!  Canberra under PM Whitlam, Fraser, Hawke, Keating, Howard, Rudd, Gillard, Abbott, Turnbull, Morrison have happily embraced trusted relations with China (diplomatically, economically, socially, militarily).  But not ethically

Australia’s so-called ‘Free Trade Deal’ with China is a misnomer.  It is only benefiting China and a handful of elitist millionaire exporting lobbyists based in Australia.  The corrupt unfair deal negotiated by traitor Andrew Robb is killing local Australian jobs and businesses.  The University of Technology Sydney’s ‘Australia-China Relationship Institute is morally bankrupt

View the original to see the violent clashes.

They didn’t care if they bashed up :-innocent people, women, seniors and Kids , the Chinese Governmnet dispatched this force to bash dissidents of their authority.

 Before long we’ll see China do this kind of thing here.
Before that happens, the Hong Kong people will try get out , most likely to a Western nation. They already pretty much consumed both Vancouver and Sydney.
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 26 July 2019 at 09:41

A rise in shoplifting in Australia has been linked to Chinese daigou shoppers and organised crime syndicates and it is costing retailers $2.26billion a year.

Shoplifters have become more daring in recent years and the cost of theft in-store has reached a 'crisis point' for big supermarket chains.

The daigou trade and organised gangs have been blamed for the 16 per cent increase in shoplifting since the 2018 financial year.

Experts believe people who have never shoplifted before will do so now because of the increase of self-service machines
A study conducted by Apus Research and two other companies analysed over 9000 Australian and New Zealand retailers and found shoplifting was on the rise.

The growing daigou trade have created a market for stolen items from supermarkets such as baby formula, food, champagne and clothing.

Retailers have begun running programs that track and trace stolen items and have found their stock for sale on e-commerce sites.

Classic shoplifting targets such as cosmetics, meat and baby formula showed no signs of slowing down but the study also found an increase in violent crime.

Reports were also uncovered of 'micro-gangs' who rush supermarkets in large numbers with the intention of overwhelming staff and stealing as much as they can
The majority of companies involved in the study were large fashion, grocery and department retailers who have combined revenue of $95billion. 

These companies reported a loss of 0.92 per cent of revenue, or $3.37billion, in the 2018 financial year and it was due to crimes such as shoplifting.

Shoplifting contributed to 57 per cent of the revenue loss with 22 per cent consisting of dishonest employee theft.

Non-crime related loss consisted of 15 per cent and 6 per cent was related to supplier fraud

Dr Emmeline Taylor, the report's lead researcher, said criminals are adapting to new technologies and are finding ways around loss-prevention methods. 

'Every time a retailer introduces new technology or a new system there's a backlash from criminals, which is then followed by an attempt to discover the system's vulnerabilities,' Dr Taylor told The Sydney Morning Herald.

'Shop theft is an age-old crime, and where we used to see the occasional items being taken by customers, we're now seeing things like organised gangs, and individuals doing refund fraud.

Why don’t we also make neighbouring Islands next to the ones in the South China Sea? We stash a lot of Baby formula on them and when they come for the formula, we take over their pesky islands and catch them unawares?!

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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 30 July 2019 at 22:46

A video has emerged online of men and women arguing about 'respecting China' on a university campus

The video was filmed in a food court at the University of Auckland in New Zealand, and showed an argument that resulted in a young woman being shoved the ground.

Student Serena Lee, 27, was seen putting up protest signs on campus with other activists when a male student took exception and told her: 'Hong Kong is a part of China, if you don't like China, get out of China.'

Ms Lee was then called a 'stupid f***ing pig' and 'not a human' before one of the men stepped forward and shoved her to the ground

Ms Lee stepped into the confrontation to break it up, screaming 'stop fighting'.

The man then shoved forward again knocking her to the ground, yelling 'back off you f***ing rip off' as she crumpled to the floor in front of him.

'Physically, I am not injured, but inside me I am shocked and shaken,' Ms Lee told the New Zealand Herald.

The suspended bill has been the subject of numerous protests in Hong Kong recently, as opponents argue it would allow criminal suspects to be easily sent to China.

'The proposed law in Hong Kong could see the end of the city as we know it and our individual freedom, but I was stunned when people in New Zealand are also trying to shut down our freedom of expression,' Ms Lee said

This incident is not an outlier at University of Auckland, who have had a significant problem with racial discrimination and harassment on campus this year.

The Auckland University Students' Association penned an open letter in April, addressing white supremacy and a culture of fear at the university, claiming that racial disputes at the university date back as far as 2013

University spokeswoman Lisa Finucane said students should express their opinions in a manner that respects the rights and opinions of others.

'We are in touch with the students who have been involved and a formal investigation is underway following a video and notifications sent to the Vice-Chancellor and other senior members of the university,' Ms Finucane said in a statement

'The Vice-Chancellor expects all members of our community to abide by our commitment to academic freedom and freedom of speech. The University makes it very clear to students and staff that harassment, bullying, and discrimination are completely unacceptable

The university will investigate the incident and said they are 'in touch with the students who have been involved'.

A New Zealand Police spokesman said had spoken to someone who had made a complaint

So they think they can spread this Hong Kong conflict in a country with nothing to do with it?

Why even bring up “White Supremacist” activity at the University when it’s irrelevant here? What the story is about is Mainland Chinese students making trouble for Hong Kong residents that want it to remain a democracy and are against extradition laws.

If there are “White Supremacists” at the University it’s because it’s just white people getting fed up with the cash cows, the problems they cause and them dominating not just the University but the Country too! They call any dissidents of the “great replacement” “White Supremacists”.
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 02 August 2019 at 21:44

A student involved in organising anti-Chinese Communist Party protests at an Australian university has received shocking threats against himself and his family

Drew Pavlou, 20, was at the centre of the protests held at the University of Queensland's St Lucia campus in Brisbane over the last two weeks.

Since the protests - one of which turned violent when the group was confronted by pro-China activists - Mr Pavlou has been the subject of an intimidation campaign.

Messages sent to Mr Pavlou seen by The Courier Mail include one which threatens to kill him and his family via a hired hitman

The publication says another message was a video of a man being shot with the caption 'you can be a person like him'.

'Images of me were circulated online, it's really scary to be honest. The threats against my family are the worst part, they are really hard to take,' Mr Pavlou told the publication

The UQ philosophy student became involved in organising the Brisbane protests to show solidarity with Hong Kong citizens who have been turning out in their thousands to protest Chinese influence.

The July 24 'peaceful sit-in' he helped organise erupted into violence when pro-Chinese activists turned up at the event.   

In the video of the event, pro-China activists can be seen verbally abusing protesters, tearing up their signs and pushing them.

Mr Pavlou told The Courier Mail pro-Chinese students had attacked his group during the protest.

'We've been assaulted four or five times by Communist Party students,' he said on Facebook

'I was actually punched in the head by two or three ultra-nationalist Chinese students, police are currently talking to them.'

The protest was organised after recent events in Hong Kong, where protesters have rallied against Beijing's influence - with the territory just days away from potential political chaos.

The majority of the mainly peaceful protests surround a controversial law that would have allowed extraditions to mainland China. 

Queensland Police confirmed to Daily Mail Australia officers were called to the university's Confucius Centre at about 1pm on July 24 after a 'disturbance

'One of the roles of universities is to enable open, respectful and lawful free speech, including debate about ideas we may not all support or agree with,' it read

'The University expects staff and students to express their views in a lawful and respectful manner, and in accordance with the policies and values of the University.

'Earlier today, in response to safety concerns resulting from a student-initiated protest on campus, the University requested police support.

'On the advice of police, protesters were requested to move on. The safety of all students is paramount to the University

The Hong Kong government first launched the proposals in February, putting forward sweeping changes that would simplify case-by-case extraditions of criminal suspects to countries beyond the 20 with which Hong Kong has existing extradition treaties.

It explicitly allows extraditions from Hong Kong to greater China - including the mainland, Taiwan and Macau - for the first time, closing what Hong Kong government officials have repeatedly described as a 'loophole' that they claim has allowed the city to become a haven for criminals from the mainland.

Hong Kong's leader would start and finally approve an extradition following a request from a foreign jurisdiction but only after court hearings, including any possible appeals. However, the bill removes Legislative Council oversight of extradition arrangements.


Officials initially seized on the murder last year of a young Hong Kong woman holidaying in Taiwan to justify swift changes. Police say her boyfriend confessed on his return to Hong Kong and he is now in jail on lesser money-laundering charges.

Taiwan authorities have strongly opposed the bill, which they say could leave Taiwanese citizens exposed in Hong Kong and have vowed to refuse taking back the murder suspect if the bill is passed.

A long-forgotten issue, the need for an eventual extradition deal with the mainland was acknowledged by government officials and experts ahead of Hong Kong's handover from British to Chinese rule in 1997 under the 'one country, two systems' model.

The city maintains a separate and independent legal system as part of the broader freedoms the formula guarantees. Little progress has been made in discreet talks since then with justice and security officials on the mainland, where the Communist Party still controls the courts.


So... we have Commie Chinks telling us how to express ourselves on our own turf?
I am appalled what Australia is becoming!
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 16 August 2019 at 22:37

Demonstrations against police brutality in Hong Kong erupted into violence in Melbourne

Pro-Hong Kong activists clashed with pro-Chinese protesters outside of the State Library in Swanson Street on Friday night.

Police were forced to separate the two camps on several occasions, which saw a woman shoved and an ABC cameraman pushed over, The Age reported.

Demonstrators from the pro-China camp took to one side of the street and chanted the national anthem.
Several protesters called for 'one China' while others declared 'China is great'.

Though the opposing camp refused to let the chants drown them out and shouted back, 'Free Hong Kong'.

The violence came as demonstrators took to Sydney's Martin Place in masks to stage a peaceful protest.

As one activist told The Daily Telegraph, a number of protesters wished to keep their identities hidden over fears for repercussions back in China.

The demonstration comes as pro-Hong Kong activists continue to clash against police in more than two months of protests.

The rallies were initially held to protest against legislation that proposed to extradite citizens from Hong Kong to China.

Though since the controversial proposal was dropped, activists have now rallied against police violence and China's alleged violation of its one country, two system agreement.

The clash led one woman to become injured in her right eye during a rally at Tsim Sha Tsui on Sunday
A beanbag round was allegedly fired by a police officer into the crowd before it hit the woman in the face.

Protesters in Australia were only too willing to throw their support behind the woman with a number of them wearing bloodied bandages over their eye.

Others waved posters calling for an end to the violence


It used to be Serbs and Croats fighting at sporting events here, but this stuff has the potential to be a bigger ethnic tension brought here! The fact people from China can snitch to the embassy about Hong Kong activists and consequently make trouble for their lives back home is shocking!
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 17 August 2019 at 00:52
The fact people from China can snitch to the embassy about Hong Kong activists and consequently make trouble for their lives back home is shocking!

Not shocking at all. It is in fact expected as that is exactly what has been going on since the first days of Russian Communism in 1917. The Red Chinese from 1945 followed the Russian methods to the letter.
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 18 August 2019 at 13:21

Fake Chinese police car is spotted driving around Perth and scaring locals who fear they're being SPIED on - but cops won't do anything about it


Fake Chinese police car is spotted driving around Perth and scaring locals who fear they're being SPIED on - but cops won't do anything about it.

A Land Rover painted to look like a Chinese police car is cruising around the streets of Perth, terrifying local expats.

The white 4WD had Chinese characters reading 'police' on the bonnet, and 'public safety' on the side along with a police badge.

Police vehicles in China commonly have the same markings and colour scheme, right down to the stripes on the side.


Australian universities are not doing enough to combat the influence of China's ruling Communist Party, a group of Federal Government backbenchers has warned

The comments follow recent pro-Beijing rallies staged in several Australian cities against Hong Kong's democracy movement — rallies which were praised by Chinese Government-controlled media — and come just days after Liberal MP Andrew Hastie warned about China's activities.

Fellow Liberal MP Tim Wilson, who also sits on Parliament's powerful Intelligence Committee, said there was strong potential for foreign interference on Australian campuses to shut down various views

"Many MPs have a concern about Australian university campuses and whether they're both a bastion for free speech, which they need to be, but more critically the role that foreign influences like the Confucius Institutes are having — any influence over curriculum and of course the influence of foreign governments on protests," Mr Wilson told ABC Radio.

"What we know is that around the world the influence of embassies and consulates from foreign governments can sometimes be an influence for domestic protests and we have to make sure that isn't occurring."

Queensland LNP senator Amanda Stoker said she believed universities were battling through a "crisis of leadership" on foreign influence.

"[There is a] reluctance in their administrations to defend the rights of non-CCP [Chinese Communist Party]-aligned students who dare to speak out against Beijing," she said.

"It is legitimate to ask questions about how China came to have so much influence in these institutions."

Government taking foreign interference 'incredibly seriously'

Federal Education Minister Dan Tehan played down suggestions of a leadership crisis among universities, insisting the Government was taking foreign interference "incredibly seriously“
"These are issues that have emerged over the last few years, they are ones which require careful consideration," Mr Tehan told Sky News.

"But I must say, the engagement I have had with the sector, they understand how important this is that we get it right."

Labor's foreign affairs spokeswoman Penny Wong said the issue should be dealt with by the Government executive rather than outspoken backbenchers.

"We in Australia do support freedom of speech and we also support a right of peaceful protest," she told ABC's Insiders.

"We would expect people in Australia are entitled to exercise those rights if they do so peacefully and that they are free from intimidation

Senator Wong said Labor would request urgent briefings about the relationship on China from the Department of Foreign Affairs and the Office of National Intelligence to help inform public debate.

"I think we're at the point where the relationship is more complex, also more consequential," she said.

"It matters to us and we should have a much more sensible and mature discussion about how we make it work for us."


An anti-Hong Kong democracy rally turned ugly in Sydney's CBD on Saturday, with protesters shouting jingoistic slogans and two men escorted away under police protection after they were confronted by rally attendees.

The protesters, most of them believed to be migrants from mainland China, attended the rally to support Beijing’s policies in Hong Kong. The group gathered at Belmore Park about noon and marched to Sydney Town Hall, chanting "long live China", with attendance estimates varying from 200 to 3000.

During the protest, an elderly man holding a sign supporting freedom in Hong Kong was escorted away by police after being surrounded and verbally abused by mainland protesters. "He’s being protected by the police, otherwise we’d beat him to death," a woman said in Mandarin as others cursed at him "Traitor! Traitor!"

A man holding a Taiwanese flag was confronted by rally attendees at the tail end of the event and appeared to be grabbed around the neck by another man before he fell to the ground. Police later broke up the fracas and escorted the man to safety
Police said one person at the rally was taken into custody to prevent a breach of the peace and was released without charge.

A Sydney resident who attended the rally but did not give his name, said: "Only one incident occurred where someone tried to spread disinformation but they were kicked out by the Chinese community."

It comes after two men were moved on from protests in Melbourne today and scuffles broke out between pro and anti-democracy protesters in that city on Friday night.

During the rally, the crowd named individual student leaders in Hong Kong and called for a crackdown. The crowd cheered: "Those in Hong Kong who don’t love HK, get the f--- out! If you don’t love China, you’re our enemy! Isolate them! Get the f--- out!" In response, someone shouted: "Hong Kong separatists are c---s!"

Many who participated in the rally were well-dressed young students angered by the protests in Hong Kong and reactions in Australia. They dubbed their rally "Hong Kong No Riot", holding pictures of what they called "riots" in Hong Kong and condemned those in Australia who support the "rioters".

The organisers, including a man named Liang Junshen (Jack) who said he was a former university student in Sydney, took weeks to purchase the Chinese flags and design posters. However, a group on WeChat (a Chinese messaging app) where participants were mobilised was taken down days before the rally following heated political discussions that triggered concerns from Chinese censors. Mr Liang said he was in meetings with other leaders of the rally, but denied that they had any political affiliations or was connected to Chinese officials.

Familiar faces from previous pro-China protests were at today's rally: a young Chinese couple who spoke at the rally had attempted to disrupt a talk at Sydney University earlier this year about China’s mass detention of the Uighur people.

Another protester who told the crowd "if you are a separatist, I wish death upon your father", played an active role in another pro-China rally in 2017 that was reportedly organised by the Chinese consulate in Sydney.

If it’s going to be like this both Hong Kong and Chinese factions should be deported so they can fight and break the law in their own countrie/s not ours!!!! Got nothing to do with us!
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 18 August 2019 at 20:09


Australia has been warned its northern borders are exposed to attack amid an increasingly aggressive Chinese military presence in the Pacific.

The Australian Strategic Policy Institute and the United States Studies Centre both issued assessments that a shortage of personnel and equipment in the Northern Territory is an urgent concern. 

The security experts have pointed to 'serious threats emerging with disconcerting rapidity' in the region to the north of the country

Defence Force numbers in the northern Territory are at an 11-year low the Australian Strategic Policy Institute report says, according to The Australian.

The US Studies Centre report, to be released on Monday, adds that America no longer 'enjoys military primacy in the Indo-Pacific­' and that its capacity to 'uphold a favourable balance of power is increasingly uncertain'.

The reports call for targeted funding in the north of the country as a way to combat China's military expansion.

Author of the ASPI report Dr John Coyne argues the Northern Territory should be Australia's forward operating military base so that the country could be in a 'state of readiness to support a range of ­defence contingencies with little advance warning

The area is already used for joint US and Australian military exercises.

Since 2012 more than 6,800 US Marines have served in Darwin alongside ADF personnel with another 2,500 expected this year.

Defence experts have also criticised Australia spending $50billion on a dozen lethal new military submarines - saying the move may actually leave the country exposed to an attack.

The Government has inked a deal with French defence contractor Naval Group to deliver 12 variants of their Shortfin Barracuda submarines - with construction to start as early as next year.

The decision to build the submarines is a mistake and would leave Australia vulnerable to attacks - particularly from China, Professor of strategic studies at Australian National University Hugh White said

Professor White was a senior Department of Defence official and also held top adviser roles for Bob Hawke and former defence minister Kim Beazley.

'Neither side of politics is taking China's challenge seriously, and even if they do, they are saying we should cling more tightly to the US,' Prof White said, according to news.com.au.

'My argument is I don't think US support is a durable solution. I think it's likely the US will eventually withdraw from Asia

He argues in a new book titled 'How to Defend Australia' that as China becomes the dominant player in East Asia, the federal government needs a different strategy.

'In a new Cold War, Americans would have to ask whether saving Taiwan from China - and preserving US leadership in Asia - would be worth losing Los Angeles and Seattle,' he says in the book

Prof White says Australia needs to think about how it is going to defend itself in an Asia that is no longer dominated by America.

China, a nuclear capable power, is pouring money into its military at an alarming rate and has not shied away from flexing it muscle - particularly in the South China Sea.

Prof White believes 'sea denial' is the most efficient way to defend Australia - a tactic which involves seeking out and sinking enemy ships before they enter our waters. 

This also prevents land based attacks because ships are the only way an aggressor could transport the huge amount of equipment and troops needed to launch an attack on an island nation the size of Australia.

This tactic would require a very different Navy from the one Australia has today - and also the one it is building.

We are currently finishing construction on three new Air Warfare Destroyers and have a plan to build 12 new warships as part of the Future Frigates program.

He believes warships roles in maritime conflicts are changing - with them being most useful for transporting cargo and troops

The majority of actual warfare, he states, will be carried out by submarines, drones, aircraft, satellites and long-range missiles.

He argues the government has no coherent strategy in the naval investments it has been making in the last decade.

Even the new Shortfin Barracuda submarines are a mistake he claims.

The technical difficulty of the project means the last of the 12 submarines would not be delivered until 2050 - leaving Australia without any submarines once the Collins class are retired at the end of the 2020s.

He believes a fleet of about 32 submarines is needed as soon as possible to attack any ships that threatened Australia as they entered choke points around the country

Foreign Minister Marise Payne insists her government is leading an 'informed conversation' on Australia's relationship with China.

The assurance comes as Labor urges Senator Payne and Prime Minister Scott Morrison to ensure they are leading a 'sensible, calm and mature discussion' on the topic.

Labor foreign affairs spokeswoman Penny Wong has written to Senator Payne, saying a quality discussion is particularly important as Australia's relationship with China has entered a 'new phase'.

'Challenges may intensify and become harder to manage in the future,' Senator Wong wrote in a letter sent on Sunday.

The opposition also wants a 'detailed and comprehensive briefing' on the topic prepared for all federal parliamentarians, by agencies such as the department of foreign affairs and office of national intelligence.

'It is the job of all parliamentarians to protect and advance Australia's national interest. Being well briefed is the first step,' Senator Wong said.

The letter comes after Liberal backbencher Andrew Hastie recently likened the global response to China's rise to Europe's lack of preparedness for the rise of Nazi Germany.

Mr Hastie, who chairs the intelligence and security committee, drew a mixed reaction from his coalition colleagues and condemnation from Beijing.

Senator Payne says the Morrison government is already leading an 'informed conversation' on foreign affairs, including on key bilateral relationships like Australia's relationship with China.

'The prime minister and I regularly address these complex issues. We have steadfastly avoided politicisation of these matters,' she told AAP in a statement.

The relationship is mutually beneficial but that does not mean ignoring differences, she added.
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 21 August 2019 at 20:46

A new study has predicted that the Chinese military could overwhelm and neutralize U.S. forces in Asia in the opening hours of a conflict

The extensive study was published on Monday by the United States Studies Centre at Sydney University in Australia, and analyzes U.S. military deployments in Asia in a hypothetical conflict with China.

'America's defense strategy in the Indo-Pacific is in the throes of an unprecedented crisis,' the study's authors warn.

The study argues that an 'outdated superpower mindset' at the Pentagon is limiting war planner's ability to scale back massive commitments around the globe and make the necessary smart deployments in Asia to counter Chinese aggression

The linchpin to the Chinese People's Liberation Army 'counter intervention' strategy has been a dramatic expansion of conventionally-armed ballistic and cruise missiles, according to the report
'This growing arsenal of accurate long-range missiles poses a major threat to almost all American, allied and partner bases, airstrips, ports and military installations in the Western Pacific,' the report says.

'As these facilities could be rendered useless by precision strikes in the opening hours of a conflict, the PLA missile threat challenges America's ability to freely operate its forces from forward locations throughout the region,' the authors continue.

According to the report, 'almost all American, allied and partner bases, airstrips, ports and military installations in the Western Pacific' lack hardened infrastructure and are under major threat.

That advantage could be used to seize territory in Taiwan, Japanese-administered islands or the South China Sea before US forces could get there

The hard-hitting report said the U.S. military is an 'atrophying force' that is 'dangerously overstretched' and 'ill-prepared' for a confrontation with China.

If correct, the assessment has far-reaching implications for US allies like Australia, Taiwan and Japan who depend on American security guarantees.

Donald Trump's presidency has deepened concerns that Washington would not defend its allies in the face of aggression from China. But this latest report has suggested that the United States may struggle to help even if it wanted to.

Accusing Washington of 'strategic insolvency', the authors said decades-long Middle East wars, partisanship and under-investment have left Pacific allies exposed.

'China, by contrast, is growing ever more capable of challenging the regional order by force as a result of its large-scale investment in advanced military systems,' they warned

Under President Xi Jinping, China's official defense budget has increased by around 75 percent to $178 billion -- although the true figure is believed to be much more.

Crucially, Beijing has invested in precision ballistic missiles and counter-intervention systems that would make it difficult for the US military to reach contested areas quickly.

Experts believe that the deployment of US land-based missiles and a changed role for the United States Marine Corps will be vital to countering China, as well as collective regional defense -- with the likes of Australia and Japan doing more.

In Australia, concerns have been growing about inadequate defenses, prompting debate about whether the country should think about developing nuclear weapons.

Similar discussions are have periodically taken place in neighboring Indonesia

A separate report released on Sunday by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute recommended Australia boost and harden military capabilities in the thinly-populated north of the country.

'Because of the significantly reduced warning times for future conflict,' wrote author John Coyne, it is likely the north of Australia will be used as a forward operating base or a 'lily pad' to reach conflict zones.

The US military has already earmarked around US$210 million to boost a Marine Corps base near Darwin.

During a recent visit to Australia, Defense Secretary Mark Esper suggested the United States wants to deploy intermediate-range missiles in Asia

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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 23 September 2019 at 09:53

Chinese tourists are using their holidays in Australia to scout out potential properties

About 1.2million Chinese tourists visit Australia every year and as many as a quarter of them are looking to buy a property Down Under, according to a report by property portal Juawi.

A total of 27 per cent of Chinese residents said they would be looking for potential properties on their next overseas trip.

Overwhelmingly, Chinese investors are interested in purchasing property in Melbourne.

 But interest in Hobart, Brisbane and Canberra is growing fast

'Chinese buyers make 83 per cent more enquiries about acquiring Melbourne property than they do Sydney,' the report Chinese Australian Dwelling Investment Tracker read.

The report showed Brisbane was fast emerging as a 'real alternative' to Melbourne and Sydney.

It said more Chinese buyers are returning to the property market after a demand from them hit its 'absolute bottom' in 2017

'Chinese buyer enquiries have posted two consecutive quarters of year-on-year growth for the first time since 2016,' it said.

'In the first quarter, Chinese demand was up 40 per cent compared to a year earlier. That followed a 54 per cent gain in the fourth quarter.'

The Australian dollar has also fallen against the Chinese Yuan making now an even more attractive time to buy.

'Since last July, the Aussie has lost 11.1 per cent versus the Yuan,' it said.

'Looking at the exchange rate over a longer term, the Australian dollar today is worth less against the Chinese Yuan that it has been at any point in the past 10 years.'

The report said the decline in the value of the Australian dollar has counterbalanced the additional stamp duties that were imposed by various Australian states on foreign residential buyers in recent years

Top Australian Cities for Chinese Buyers (2019 Q1)

Melbourne: 43.8 per cent

Sydney: 23.9 per cent

Brisbane: 10.1 per cent

Perth:  6.1 per cent

Adelaide: 6.1 per cent

Gold Coast: 3.7 per cent

Canberra: 3.6 per cent

 Hobart: 2.6 per cent

How can they buy homes when they are not citizens? They put the prices up for citizens to compete with!  Oh well ! The baby boomers don’t care as long as they get retirement money to go to Thailand with to buy a “dial a bride”! >:(
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Post by: Hidden to Guests on 04 October 2019 at 10:53

Wealthy Hong Kong citizens are increasingly on the hunt for new passports as protests drag on and cast a cloud over the territory's future.

Many countries run "golden visa" schemes that offer resident or citizenship rights in exchange for sizeable investments.

Several migration firms have reported a spike in interest from Hong Kong for these visas since the unrest began.

They say with no resolution in sight, residents are seeking "insurance".

Protests in the territory began in June, sparked by a proposed law that would have allowed extradition from Hong Kong to the Chinese mainland.

Despite the bill being withdrawn, demonstrations have continue to rock the city for months and show no immediate sign of abating

Against that backdrop, various immigration agencies told the BBC they have seen a sharp rise in interest from Hong Kong residents in investor visa schemes

These programmes exist all over the world, with Europe and the Caribbean particular hubs. Typically, countries require the purchase of property, government bonds or a set donation to secure a visa.

The minimum investment varies greatly - from a $100,000 (£81,200) donation in Antigua & Barbuda, to around €2m (£1.8m) in real estate investment for Cyprus

Buying 'insurance'

Hong Kong-based John Hu Migration Consulting has seen a four-fold increase in sales and inquiries from locals about golden visa schemes since June.

Founder John Hu said recent unrest in the former British colony had been the "catalyst" for the rush.

"As the protests become more violent and it seems that the government is not doing much to resolve the current situation, they have the urgency to buy insurance," he said.

Enticed by the freedom of movement within the EU and minimal residency requirements, Mr Hu said most are drawn to European schemes including Ireland, Portugal and Malta.

The firm has carried out more than 30 new golden visa applications for Ireland since the protests began, requiring a minimum donation of €500,000 or €1m euros invested into an Irish enterprise.

Another immigration consultancy, Arton Capital, says inquiries from the territory have "more than doubled since the protests started".

"Portugal is very much in favour in Hong Kong because of the relatively cheap real estate… real estate prices in Hong Kong are sky high," according to Philippe May, head of Asia Pacific for Arton Capital.

Mr May said that while clients do not share their reasons for interest in the schemes, "it is very obvious that it is the most recent developments in Hong Kong which caused them to look again at their Plan B

Overall take-up of golden visas schemes remains small - Arton Capital processes up to 1,000 applications each year - as they target only the wealthy

Still, Hong Kong has plenty of eligible candidates. The Asian financial hub is a hotbed for the rich, and was home to 179,000 millionaires in 2018 according to Credit Suisse.

Hong Kong ranked 15th in the investment bank's latest list of countries with the most ultra-high net worth individuals
Protests in Hong Kong are not the only factor luring residents to golden visa schemes.

Advisory firm Henley & Partners has also seen a jump in Hong Kong-based inquiries into investor visa programmes since the outbreak of unrest in June.

The firm's public relations director, Paddy Blewer, said the spike comes "as the protests in the city escalate, and as uncertainty about the future persists".

"Compared to last quarter... there has been a 260% rise in interest from Chinese nationals or investors resident in Hong Kong."

But, he adds, domestic issues are only part of the story.

Many Hong Kong clients seek out residency or citizenship schemes for the same reasons any other applicant would, Mr Blewer said, such as opportunities to travel, invest in another country or study abroad.

"They are looking to access finance, they're looking to invest wherever they want, live wherever they want.

"They want their children to go to other universities... to access the rest of the world

....And the Baby boomers will let them access their country if they line their pockets for them! So they can go to Phillipines to retire with a cheap wife.
 Who cares who else is going to be displaced here! ... or any other Western country?

So if Malta or Portugal sells these people visas they are entitled to live in another EU state of choice!