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Break The Darwin Harbour Lease, Among Other Things.

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Misop,

So ....... Chinese migrants apply for Australian citizenship proportionately less than people from other countries. Doesn't this suggest to you - please take this slowly, take as long as you need - that, if your data are correct, Chinese migrants are in no great hurry to cement their relationship with Australia ?

If I was Xi Jinping, and if I wanted Chinese people to flood Australia, I would be urging/forcing/pressuring them to become Australians ASAP. I suspect that the Chinese government is aware that it has only a couple of decades to put everything it wants in place, and hasn't got time to muck about and slowly, slowly 'colonising' Australia as you claim. My god, sometimes racists really are morons.

Of course, to get back to topic, the federal government should find ways (even if the horse has more or less bolted) of trying to get back control of Australian harbours from Chinese agencies, in Darwin, Newcastle and Adelaide, and wherever else they have succeeded. And the same goes for control by any other foreign power: the US, Russia, Britain, whatever. And not just of ports and harbours, but of land, water, etc.
Posted by loudmouth2, Thursday, 21 May 2020 1:06:24 PM
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LOUDmouth,

I think you can see the truth in what I have described (NB They were not my stats).

I just got some scuttlebutt from Philippines that China has been maintaining a closed community of its Wuhan virus infected citizens from Mainland PRC in Philippines. It has been raided by local police and all materials confiscated and the authorities are trying to arrange transport of the illegal Chinese residents back to PRC.

In case you as a pro-China lobbyist did not grasp what I just said it means that China has been sending its Wuhan virus infected cases off shore.

Yes LOUDmouth, that's YOUR China we're talking about.
Posted by Mr Opinion, Thursday, 21 May 2020 1:36:06 PM
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Whitlam? It's 45 years since he wrecked Australia. A lot has changed since then!
ttbn,
It'll easily be another 45 years before this Nation no longer cops the effects from his & Grasby's policies !
Posted by individual, Thursday, 21 May 2020 1:54:42 PM
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Do we have the names of the moron traitors involved in that Darwin Harbour deal ?
Posted by individual, Thursday, 21 May 2020 1:56:33 PM
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individual,

it was the Chief Minister at the time, Adam Giles.
Posted by Mr Opinion, Thursday, 21 May 2020 2:01:20 PM
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Mr Opinion,
I thought the NT was part of our so-called Democracy ? There must have been others who backed him ! He alone could not have gotten that through all on his own !
Posted by individual, Thursday, 21 May 2020 7:03:32 PM
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