China’s global ambition ‘like the rise of Nazi Germany’, Government MP says

 

Editor’s Note: Tel us more about the surveillance state. The Dazis know. Maybe we should have a conversation with Joe Biden and also ask for the call logs.

 

China’s global ambition ‘like the rise of Nazi Germany’, Government MP says

Explosive comments from the head of the powerful intelligence committee comparing China to Nazi Germany’s rise have sparked fury.

China’s embassy in Australia has responded with fury to explosive remarks made by a Liberal MP and the head of parliament’s powerful intelligence committee.

West Australian backbencher Andrew Hastie today compared China’s growing global ambition and militarisation to the rise of Nazi Germany in an opinion piece for Channel 9 newspapers.

The pointed remarks sparked anger from China, which said Mr Hastie had threatened relations between Australia and the Asian superpower.

Mr Hastie’s warning of the unprecedented economic and national security risk posed by China has divided the Coalition.

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton gave him something of a slap-down while Prime Minister Scott Morrison sought to water down the seriousness of the situation.

“The West once believed that economic liberalisation would naturally lead to democratisation in China,” Mr Hastie, who is chair of the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security, wrote.

“It would keep us safe, just as the French believed their series of steel and concrete forts would guard them against the German advance in 1940. But their thinking failed catastrophically.

“The French had failed to appreciate the evolution of mobile warfare. Like the French, Australia has failed to see how mobile our authoritarian neighbour has become.

“Even worse, we ignore the role that ideology plays in (China’s) actions across the Indo-Pacific region.”

In a strongly worded statement released this afternoon, a spokesperson for the Chinese Embassy said Mr Hastie had undermined the “mutual trust” between Australia and the Asian superpower.

“We strongly deplore the Australian federal MP Andrew Hastie’s rhetoric on ‘China threat’ which lays bare his Cold War mentality and ideological bias,” the statement said.

“It goes against the world trend of peace, co-operation and development. It is detrimental to China-Australian relations.

“History has proven and will continue to prove that China’s peaceful development is an opportunity, not a threat to the world.

“We urge Australian politicians to take off their ‘coloured lens’ and view China’s development path in an objective and rational war. They should make efforts to promote mutual trust between China and Australia, instead of doing the opposite.”

China is Australia’s largest trade partner and provides a tricky balancing act for the government, which has expressed some concern in the past about Beijing’s activities in our backyard.

The swift advancement of military development on artificial islands in the South China Sea foreshadowed a significant investment in Pacific states and a series of troubling proposed bases.

US intelligence agencies believe China is getting more and more self-confident and is rapidly reaching the point where it could be willing to use force to establish its claims over the South China Sea and Taiwan.

“The biggest concern is that they are going to get to a point where the (military) leadership may actually tell President Xi Jinping that they are confident in their capabilities,” a senior defence intelligence official told media in January.

“As these technologies mature, as their reorganisation of their military comes into effect, as they become more proficient with these capabilities, our concern is we’ll reach a point where internally, within their decision-making, they will decide that using military force for a regional conflict is something that is more imminent.”

Reports in US media about an apparent secret deal between Beijing and the Cambodian Government to take over a naval base on the Gulf of Thailand further rattled nerves last month.

The location of the base would allow the Chinese Government to more vigorously enforce its claims in the South China Sea and extend greater political control over the region, including the strategically important Malacca Strait.

“Australia has a strong interest in regional stability, security and prosperity and is engaging closely with our partners in support of this goal,” a Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade spokesman said.

“We would be concerned at any developments that could upset the strategic balance in the region.”

Over the past two years, Cambodia has accepted more than $850 million in loans under China’s trillion-dollar Belt and Road Initiative.

In less than a decade, China’s navy has gone from a largely coastal and regional force to a fully-fledge bluewater presence.

Its ships are modern, large and very well equipped, and this has defence analysts wondering about Beijing’s ultimate ambitions.

The US Naval War College met in May to discuss the directions the Chinese People’s Liberation Army Navy is expanding in.

It noted China has commissioned nearly four times more ships than the United States in the past decade. And this pace of expansion shows no sign of slowing.

It comes amid reports Australia is setting up its own Pacific support force.

According to The Australian, Australia is setting up a new army training force to work with its Pacific neighbours.

Papua New Guinea, Fiji and Vanuatu are among the regional partners with whom the Brisbane-based Pacific Support Force will work.

It’s also been revealed the Australian Defence Force is “considering options for a dedicated vessel” to support its involvement with Pacific navies.

“It will conduct a range of activities, such as exercises and operations with Pacific security forces and key agencies, to build interoperability with our partners,” the briefing says.

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UK should give British nationality to Hong Kong citizens, Tugendhat says

 

UK should give British nationality to Hong Kong citizens, Tugendhat says

Move would be to reassure Hong Kong’s people rather than facing down Chinese threats, he says

The UK should give Hong Kong citizens full UK nationality as a means of reassurance amid the current standoff with Beijing, the chair of the influential Commons foreign affairs committee has argued.

Tom Tugendhat said this should have happened to people in the formerly British-ruled territory in 1997, when it was handed back to Chinese control, and that doing so now would reassure Hong Kong’s people that they were supported by the UK.

Hong Kong has been gripped by 10 weeks of large-scale and occasionally violent pro-democracy demonstrations, which have been met by a sometimes brutal police response, and increasingly trenchant threats from Beijing.

On Monday, two Chinese state media outlets ran video footage showing armoured personnel and troop carriers purportedly driving to Shenzhen, which borders Hong Kong, prompting concerns about military intervention.

Under the so-called “one country, two systems” arrangement that had Hong Kong returned to Chinese rule, Beijing considers the population to be Chinese nationals. However, a number of people in the territory hold what is known as a British national (overseas) passport, which gives some rights, for example to stay in the UK for up to six months, but no automatic ability to live permanently or work.

Tugendhat said: “The UK had obligations to Hong Kong citizens before 1997, and the extension of overseas citizenship, which is in many ways a second-tier citizenship, was a mistake, and I think it’s one that should be corrected. At a time when there are clearly tensions in Hong Kong, the UK could reassure many Hong Kong citizens that their existing rights are recognised by the UK, and they are valued.”

 

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Hong Kong Freedom Ralliers Successfully MSG the Mainland and the World

  • World transport hub:Hong Kong International Airport is one of the busiest in the world, handling 1,100 flights daily across about 200 destinations.

Hong Kong airport shut down after protesters storm inside

 

Hong Kong’s airport canceled all flights Monday after thousands of pro-democracy protesters stormed into the main terminal of one of the world’s busiest travel hubs to denounce police violence.

“Airport operations at Hong Kong International Airport have been seriously disrupted … all flights have been canceled,” the city’s airport authority said in a statement. “All passengers are advised to leave the terminal buildings as soon as possible.”

Hong Kong has been roiled by mass protests calling for democratic reforms and an independent investigation into police conduct, with both the demonstrators and police turning to more extreme tactics.

In Beijing, the cabinet’s Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office issued a statement saying the situation in the former British colony was “beginning to show the sprouts of terrorism” and constituted an “existential threat” to the population of Hong Kong.

“One must take resolute action toward this violent criminality, showing no leniency or mercy,” spokesman Yang Guang said in the statement.

“Hong Kong has reached an inflection point where all those who are concerned about Hong Kong’s future must say ‘no’ to lawbreakers and ‘no’ to those engaged in violence,” he added.

Earlier Monday, police showed off water cannons that could be deployed in the case of future demonstrations, a development that Amnesty International has warned could lead to serious injuries.

“Water cannons are not a toy for the Hong Kong police to deploy as a sign of strength,” Man-kei Tam, the group’s Hong Kong director, said in a statement.

“These are powerful weapons that are inherently indiscriminate and have the potential of causing serious injury and even death.”

The slogan “An eye for an eye” was plastered all over the airport — a reference to a female protester whose eye was injured during clashes with riot police who fired tear gas and beanbags on Sunday, according to CNN.

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It was a very big year.

 

The Dazis of The Deep State Exposed. Already in America and Coming to a Town near You.

 

“The Hunt” is on for those that believe and support The Constitution, freedom, and liberty and reject fascism. They have already begun to hunt virtually. Goebbels and Eichmann would be so proud.

“Those who resist will perish”

The puppets of the DNC walked right into it again. With special thanks to the people of Hong Kong who know that their freedom will be over soon if they do not fight for it. Taiwan will be next.

What does DNC stand for? There are the standard abortive definitions, but probably the most re levant is DAZI: Democratic American Socialists. And we all know that fascism rides in from the left. And now we also know what the “Universal” part is.

NBC’s Universal Pictures plans to release “The Hunt” despite backlash.

By: Brian Flood, Fox News

NBC Universal still plans to release the controversial movie “The Hunt” as scheduled on September 27 despite significant backlash over the film that depicts privileged vacationers hunting “deplorables” for sport.

“There are no plans to not release the movie. No plans to move the release,” a studio source told Fox News.

NBC Universal executives are aware of the widespread objections to the movie’s plot but have decided not to take significant action at this time.

“The Hunt” is billed as a satirical take on wealthy thrill-seekers taking a private jet to a five-star resort where they embark on a “deeply rewarding” expedition that involves hunting down and killing designated humans.

NBC’s Universal Pictures, which shares parent company Comcast with NBC News and MSNBC, told Fox News on Wednesday that the movie’s marketing campaign would be “temporarily paused” on the heels tragic mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio.

Universal Pictures declined further comment on Thursday.

The Hollywood Reporter reported on Tuesday that the “violent, R-rated film from producer Jason Blum’s Blumhouse follows a dozen MAGA types who wake up in a clearing and realize they are being stalked for sport by elite liberals.”

According to the Hollywood trade publication, characters in the film refer to the victims as “deplorables,” which is what Hillary Clinton infamously dubbed Trump supporters during the 2016 election.

The report also noted that a character asks, “Did anyone see what our ratf–ker-in-chief just did?”

Multiple NBC Universal executives, including CEO Brian Roberts, did not immediately respond when asked for comment by Fox News.

The movie has caused outrage, with conservatives calling it everything from “political violence” to “sick murder fantasies about right-wingers.”

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To be released on 9/27 right after 911 which they all conveniently forgot.

NBC Universal has decided to pull “The Hunt”. Is America and its citizens safe? What are the Dazis up to now?

 

 

 

China’s Military: U.S. Must Get With the Times, ‘Those Who Resist Will Perish’


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The Dazi Party. Here in America right now. Go ahead be the jackass.


RED China Exposed: Time for the West to put human rights ahead of trade

Beijing is prepping for a massacre in Hong Kong: time for the West to put human rights ahead of free trade

 

After eight weeks of huge Hong Kong street protests against Beijing’s rule, the People’s Republic is massing police and soldiers just across the border. Message: If the protesters don’t quit, a bloodbath is coming.

Beijing has also started denouncing the protests as the work of American provocateurs. That’s so the regime can paint its Tiananmen Square-style crackdown as a battle against “foreign influence,” not a smashing of Chinese people who decided all on their own that they’d rather be free.

A quarter-century ago, the West wagered that welcoming China into the world economy would seduce the Communist Party into allowing ever-more freedom. That bet’s been lost.

There’s precious little ideology to China’s “communism” anymore and no hint of seeking economic justice. But the party will allow no challenge to its rule. Since Xi Jinping took over as president in 2013, he’s rolled back freedom after freedom.

Christian churches are smashed and worshippers jailed; Xi has even bullied Rome into letting him choose Catholic bishops in China. Re-education camps house 1 million Uighers in a province teeming with hi-tech surveillance. Twelve million other Muslims suffer stepped-up repression and systematic abuses, notes Human Rights Watch. Buddhists deemed members of the Falun Gong movement pack prisons that provide involuntary “organ donors.”

And Hong Kong’s promised “high degree of autonomy” has become a joke. The mainland has even begun to databank its residents’ biometrics (DNA, fingerprints, voice samples, etc.), the obvious basis for eventual Big Brother surveillance.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said recently that “protest is appropriate” and “we hope the Chinese will do the right thing,” but Team Trump overall has muted criticism as trade talks continue.

Hard as it might hit the stock market, maybe human rights should become the issue in those negotiations: In the long run, America doesn’t win by trading freely with a nation run by monsters.

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