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China places 'unofficial ban on Australian coal'

 
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Liberal Senator James Paterson says reports of China’s move to impose national security laws on Hong Kong are “deeply concerning” and Australia should make its concerns “very clear”.

The motion put forward by the Chinese communist party has sparked fears that it would allow a widespread crackdown on anti-government demonstrations and put an end to Hong Kong’s autonomy under the “one nation, two systems” policy.

Mr Paterson told Sky News Hong Kong legislators believe “it is not just the end of the ‘one country, two systems’ arrangements but the end of Hong Kong as we know it.”

“[It] shows that yet again Beijing and the Chinese communist party cannot be taken at their word and will uphold commitments that they voluntarily themselves entered into,” he said.

“Australia should make very clear our concerns about this and our strong support for the ‘one country, two systems’ policy and we should hold Beijing and the Chinese communist party to account for the promises they’ve made.

“We cannot allow it to slip under the cloud of COVID-19, we cannot allow Beijing to use that as a crisis to get away with what they’re doing.”
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Liberal Senator James Paterson says reports of China’s move to impose national security laws on Hong Kong are “deeply concerning” and Australia should make its concerns “very clear”.

The motion put forward by the Chinese communist party has sparked fears that it would allow a widespread crackdown on anti-government demonstrations and put an end to Hong Kong’s autonomy under the “one nation, two systems” policy.

Mr Paterson told Sky News Hong Kong legislators believe “it is not just the end of the ‘one country, two systems’ arrangements but the end of Hong Kong as we know it.”

“[It] shows that yet again Beijing and the Chinese communist party cannot be taken at their word and will uphold commitments that they voluntarily themselves entered into,” he said.

“Australia should make very clear our concerns about this and our strong support for the ‘one country, two systems’ policy and we should hold Beijing and the Chinese communist party to account for the promises they’ve made.

“We cannot allow it to slip under the cloud of COVID-19, we cannot allow Beijing to use that as a crisis to get away with what they’re doing.”
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Haha!

Fuck Australia, mate!

Stupid kangaroo fuckers anyway.....
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05/22/2020 01:32 AM
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Australia needs to wake up! China will fuck you over. Unless you stop dealing with them and find other markets. They are coming and you guys opened the front door. Close it now. Break the lease with the Darwin Port.Beef up your Military ASAP. Get your Allies on board now. Start storing supplies for a potential blockade. Re-arm your citizenry. God Bless.

You have no idea what awaits you if you don't move on it.Just watch Hong Kong in the next little while.Remember the killing fields talk to Taiwan.
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Liberal Senator James Paterson says reports of China’s move to impose national security laws on Hong Kong are “deeply concerning” and Australia should make its concerns “very clear”.

The motion put forward by the Chinese communist party has sparked fears that it would allow a widespread crackdown on anti-government demonstrations and put an end to Hong Kong’s autonomy under the “one nation, two systems” policy.

Mr Paterson told Sky News Hong Kong legislators believe “it is not just the end of the ‘one country, two systems’ arrangements but the end of Hong Kong as we know it.”

“[It] shows that yet again Beijing and the Chinese communist party cannot be taken at their word and will uphold commitments that they voluntarily themselves entered into,” he said.

“Australia should make very clear our concerns about this and our strong support for the ‘one country, two systems’ policy and we should hold Beijing and the Chinese communist party to account for the promises they’ve made.

“We cannot allow it to slip under the cloud of COVID-19, we cannot allow Beijing to use that as a crisis to get away with what they’re doing.”
 Quoting: Moderatefunnyhello


Haha!

Fuck Australia, mate!

Stupid kangaroo fuckers anyway.....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78765181


You sound real smarts there cletus
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02/23/2021 06:17 AM
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Australia needs to wake up! China will fuck you over. Unless you stop dealing with them and find other markets. They are coming and you guys opened the front door. Close it now. Break the lease with the Darwin Port.Beef up your Military ASAP. Get your Allies on board now. Start storing supplies for a potential blockade. Re-arm your citizenry. God Bless.

You have no idea what awaits you if you don't move on it.Just watch Hong Kong in the next little while.Remember the killing fields talk to Taiwan.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78617195


I think they know that there just trying to play the game but there just not that good at it , why do you think we have 2000 American troops " up north"
It's america's way of saying hands off , who knows if it will work or not.





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