Commonwealth Countries

From farms and coal mines to airports and water supplies: How China is gobbling up millions of acres of land, vital infrastructure and companies – as part of its ‘disturbing’ plan to exert greater influence and control over Australia

  • Last week ‘disturbing’ reports said that China tried to plant a spy in Parliament 
  • Experts warn that China ‘will not stop’ meddling in Australian domestic politics
  • Over past decade, China has poured billions into Australia to extend influence
  • It owns an airport in Western Australia and nine million hectares of farm land
  • China also owns Port of Darwin and several Australian coalmines and windfarms

Sydney Chinese consulate’s article as reviewed by Tim Blair

Coronavirus triggers Australian self-sufficiency push

Australia’s reliance on imported products will be put under the microscope by the federal government as it pushes the economy to become more self-sufficient in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

Federal Agriculture Minister David Littleproud has started quietly pulling together a policy roundtable from the public and private sectors so agriculture is the industry “best placed” to thrive after COVID-19 restrictions are relaxed as rain soaks into drought-baked paddocks of eastern Australia.

Australia, Via Local Commie Underlings, Beijing Officially Disapproves

Wagga Wagga council reverses controversial decision to cut ties with Chinese sister city

Marise Payne condemns Beijing’s actions in the South China Sea

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