How China is Buying Australian Politics

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13 comments

  1. Rudolf · 9 Days Ago

    Fucken, lil, yellow zionist apes.
    Scammers & freeloaders.
    And even racists. Can you believe it? Lmao..!

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    • vikinglifeblog · 9 Days Ago

      You are absolutely right! It is very worrying. Not only regarding Australia and New Zealand, but also their general jewish behavior in the rest of the world! Which is also why I have been focusing on it, and even made a tag “China-stan”.

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  2. ᛋᛉᚺ|ᛟᚾ · 9 Days Ago

    If you can’t beat them, buy them.. Well I feel horrible for Australians right now.

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  3. Rudolf · 9 Days Ago

    The globalism has been feeding them for decades. I recall a friend of my father who went there in the 70s and brought back a pair of slippers which soles were made out of old tyres. It was part of the workers’ uniform back then.

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    • vikinglifeblog · 9 Days Ago

      It is also strange how quickly the relationship changed, I remember when that American spy plane had to make emergency landing in China. In the mid to late 1990s, not sure! I think, it was like cold war back then.

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      • Rudolf · 9 Days Ago

        Already in the mid 80s the mantra here was to inve$t in china..now that they have sold their butt to chinatown, they miss the buck to invest back..:)

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    • vikinglifeblog · 9 Days Ago

      I think, that it is only really Germany who manage to export something simular to what they import from China! I dont know about investments, but it seems very unbalanced and it is hard to see any positive outcome. Denmark used to be very critical towards China, but that ended when China became the “worlds factory” about 2000, I think.

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      • Rudolf · 9 Days Ago

        The european & american excellence

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      • Rudolf · 9 Days Ago

        They have lost or dimished it. Everything is externalised to use a marketing code word. With the Exception of agri cultural products which sometimes are directly owned by the chinous, all the rest is made & copied there.

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    • vikinglifeblog · 9 Days Ago

      Sad! “all the rest is made & copied there” Yes, they have no restrictions on copyright!

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      • Rudolf · 9 Days Ago

        OT:
        Hope you are watchin Le Mans on eurosport. There are commenters such as Tom Kristensen and D. Capello too.

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      • vikinglifeblog · 9 Days Ago

        Thanks! My TV can not take the new system, I haven’t bought a new TV and therefore watched any TV in about 1½ year! 🙂

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