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29.03.20. China Has Stripped Us Bare
As our economy teeters, the communists are poised to strike. Instead make them pay!
By David Flint
No one should have been surprised by the Wuhan virus, according to the respected research group, EcoHealth Alliance.
As argued here (21/3), the blame for playing down earlier pandemics lies with the U.S. mainstream media, who cynically tailor their reporting for blatant political purposes. EcoHealth attributes increases in the number of pandemics, taking over 300,000 lives since 2001, to massive increases in urbanisation, international travel and chicken and pig consumption as well as those sickening ‘wet markets.’
The incidence of pandemics, they ominously warn, will only increase exponentially. Just on increased urbanisation, Australia’s politicians are committed to bringing in 100,000 immigrants every quarter, provided none is a persecuted white South African farmer. More
29.03.20. Up to 800,000 Queenslanders who were eligible to vote in one of the 77 local government elections, and two by-elections held this weekend may not have voted. The 77-78 per cent voter turnout fell well short of the 2016 local government election, in which 83 per cent of voters cast a ballot. The figures provided to the ABC by the Electoral Commission Queensland (ECQ) were:
• 3.3 million voters were eligible
• Around 1.2 million voted at a pre-poll
• 570,000 people applied for a postal vote — there’s no indication yet how many of these were returned
• 750,000 voters turned out on the day. And the band played on, and on! More

29.03.20. Regurgitating Democrat smears now passes for ‘news’
ABC-TV 7pm news provides a nightly drip-drip of Democrat propaganda in its US coverage. The ABC’s US correspondents cut, clip and paste it from the liberal TV and print media. Thus all Trump items involve a sneer or smear – visually, verbally or in combination.
Will the taxpayer-funded ABC hacks give Trump derangement a rest during this Covid-19 crisis? Sorry, nope. It cheered me up to catch Kathryn Diss telling a porky to the Australian public recently, on Saturday night, 14 March. I’ve sent in an official complaint. An Ita Buttrose apology to Trump would also be polite. More

29.03.20. It has taken the coronavirus, China’s gift to the world, to cause some media to boldly step up to the plate and apportion blame. According to Sky News host Rowan Dean “China willfully inflicted” the coronavirus upon the world, a spectacular display of “communism” at its very worst”. “Let’s be absolutely crystal clear, this is an inevitable consequence of communism and totalitarianism,” Mr Dean told Sky News host Peta Credlin. “First of all they tried to shut it up and suppress those individuals who were sounding the alarm” after which they panicked “attributed the blame to the United States which is just laughable,” Mr Dean said. “China must be held to account for this…and countries around the world need to start looking at their relationship with China in light of this disaster”. “If it were a company or if it were an individual… that had caused such worldwide damage other countries would be asking for reparations,” Mr Dean said. More

29.03.20. Pauline Hanson pulls no punches in her letter to Prime Minister Scott Morrison. During Morrison’s short reign he has been beset by several major issues, drought, bushfires, some flooding and now the granddaddy of them all the global scourge of COVID-19. He must have Pastor Brian Houston on his things-to-do list, something like this: “Hey, Brian old buddy, Hillsong is just not working for me, look at the bloody mess I’ve got. If you can’t do something about it, I’m out of here! Mates tell me that the Jehova’s Witness mob have got connections.” Pauline Hanson:
‘I won’t tolerate China or any other country coming in here and buying Australia up for a song, leaving our people without a say.’
‘What’s happening right now in this country and right across the globe should be a wakeup call to all politicians, stop allowing the sell-off of our industries and manufacturing and start investing in ourselves. Water, manufacturing, industry, agriculture, and jobs for Australians. More

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29.03.20. Australia take note of this article! It’s not only our shops that have been stripped bare by Asian bandits to get in the good books of the People’s Republic of China’s communist regime as we now experience and suffer, but America as well. Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) told Breitbart News Daily on Friday his legislation serves as a “long-term” solution to bringing back pharmaceutical manufacturing to America. Cotton spoke to Breitbart News Daily host Alex Marlow about his and Rep. Mike Gallagher’s (R-WI) Protecting our Pharmaceutical Supply Chain from China Act, which would end America’s dependence on China for pharmaceutical manufacturing. Australia must do exactly the same thing!
He told Breitbart News Daily that China is primarily responsible for the coronavirus outbreak, and that means the must reduce its reliance on China for producing “critical goods.” Cotton continued: More

29.03.20. It had to happen. Some people don’t understand why and what  quarantine is about, or they don’t want to know which seems more the point in this story. Of course it’s a disruption—so is serious illness or death—and in this case as potential  carriers of COVID-19, death to someone else caught up on potentially contaminated path of the self-absorbed whingers. 14 days at the taxpayers’ expense—in a downtown Sydney hotel—the Swissotel rated 9.6 at $200 per night—great views. Sydneysider Neelo Awan describes her ordeal as “detention.” The world is in crash mode, most of it in lockdown, civil liberties necessarily restricted. The Awan couple, like tens of thousands other travellers happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. The lot of them should have been denied entry and told to go away and come back in 14 days to be tested for coronavirus—at their own expense. Now that they are here blubbering foul they should pay—$2,800 plus—after all, it’s not the taxpayers’ fault—they have enough to deal with at the moment—jobs lost, short supplies, great uncertainty, etc! More

29.03.20 Unless a cure for the virus is found, and implemented, in short order, questions will be asked as to how Qantas and other large corporations can pay almost no tax for ten years, pay themselves exorbitant executive salaries and board fees, and then cry poor when things turn ugly wanting a government bailout at a time like this. How can Ex-prime minister consider their book launch worthwhile at a time like this? Why did hundreds of selfish Melburnians flock to the beach on Friday afternoon flouting social distancing measures at a time like this? It’s an elite thing really. Kurt Schlichter discusses how the lowly are now our saviours: More

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