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AUKUS and QUAD vs rising power of China : Comments

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, published 29/9/2021

The alliance was also dubbed as ĎAsian NATOí by European and some Asian countries, as the founding agenda of QUAD was to strengthen the Indo-Pacific defence power against the rising power of China.

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Itís all beyond a joke isnít it.

Now is apparently the time for the cigar smoking Capitalists to exit the Chinese money making machine which they created, and move on to the plunder of cheap Indian labour and lax environmental laws.

Does anybody share my exhaustion with the lies of politicians who facilitate Capitalist plunder of the third world?

Ignore Keating; heís out of touch with reality and stands in the shade of the rainbow flag.

Dan
Posted by diver dan, Wednesday, 29 September 2021 8:38:27 AM
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Written by a moslem clothed in the victim mantle.
Of all to claim victimhood only a moslem could generate such hypocrisy.
Until China withdraws its 14 demands on Australia we can carry on
without China trade as we have found with those industries that were
banned by China.
After all we can eat and make everything we need.
Causes some inconvenience but nowhere as much inconvenience that
bowing to China's demands would cause.
China has found that bans are a two edged sword.
Posted by Bazz, Wednesday, 29 September 2021 11:15:47 AM
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Here's the thing. A legal contract has a time limit and a price imperative! And the French proved unable to satisfy on either requirement! Thus rendering any legally enforceable contract, null and void!

And the hissy fit that followed when the contract was abruptly terminated and another contractor sought!

As it has turned out, that new contractor is an ally, who might prove more eliable? And the contract now calls for nuclear power! And a reactor able to power the subs for thirty years without necessarily refuelling!

Once having tested public opinion, it has to be, only a question of time before we remove the self-imposed embargo on nuclear power and then, nuclear warheads/nuclear-tipped weapons?

But only if sanity finally prevails!

China has loaned somewhere north of 4040 billion in belt and road infrastructure projects, [twice that of h USA,] much of which has real estate forfeiture implications that allow China to expand via loan default outcomes?

And central to that, is an Australia in the crosshairs of that encirclement expansion? The eye on the prize as it were? TBC
Alan B.
Posted by Alan B., Wednesday, 29 September 2021 11:31:54 AM
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"China has always had good trade and investment relations with Australia. China is the largest export market for Australian traders. Australia makes billions of dollars every year from tourism, education, and property investments by China. Yet, the Australian government does not want to lose the shared and historical values and ties with the US and UK at any cost, even if it means sacrificing relations with China."

If you think that China has always had good trade and investment relations with Australia, then , you are living under a different Rock to me !
Posted by Aspley, Wednesday, 29 September 2021 1:39:05 PM
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"Until China withdraws its 14 demands on Australia we can carry on
without China trade as we have found with those industries that were
banned by China."

How about we just send all the Chinese students back to China.
Posted by Armchair Critic, Wednesday, 29 September 2021 5:03:22 PM
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Well actually I don't think there is many here at present.
A very large number are doing courses on line from what I have read.
China is having some business problems at present and also electricity
supply problems. Something to do with coal shortages ! Hmmm, ha ha.
Posted by Bazz, Wednesday, 29 September 2021 9:50:16 PM
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