A Canary Club Reader
This Australian is obviously a subscriber to Australian media outlets such as Sky News, The Australian, The Sydney Morning Herald and The Herald Sun – an avid reader of the ideological nonsense written by people like Andrew Bolt, Peter Jennings, John Lee, Gerald Henderson, Paul Dibbs, Paul Kelly, Greg Sheridan, to name a few. (I need not list them all here because their names are well known).
Here is a Dada exercise which reveals a certain truth. Take an article by any of these idealogues, cut the author of each article, put the authors’ names in one hat, and the articles in another hat. Then draw a name and article out of each hat and put them together. It matches perfectly every time because all of these ideologues have the same ideas, write the same crap to exaggerate their absurd China threat narrative so the government will give the defence industries more money, which they are also beneficiaries.
The Australian seen in this Channel Nine video has sucked up all this anti-China Australian propaganda hook line and sinker and is going out to find Chinese spies everywhere. Here he has captured 3 or 4 “Chinese spies”, including one female, on a wharf somewhere in Australia. At one point, while holding what appears to be crutches, he demands, “What’s inside here?” Perhaps he thought this was a Chinese assassination team entering Australia with weapons concealed secretly. When told they are fishing, he rejects their claim completely and tries to push them to the ground presumably to arrest them. It turns out these guys were legitimate fishermen of Korean origins. The only spying they were doing were on fish.
One thing is clear. This guy deserves to be given a plumb job in ASIO or ASIS where he can put his superb tradecraft skills to good use to ferret out hundreds of thousands of Chinese spies all over Australia. Any Asian will do. He is a true-blue Australian defender of the nation, and all of this appropriately timed to take place on ANZAC Day – a day that has evidently become politicalised and divisive.
A FURTHER NOTE
This anti-China hysteria that exists in Australia is getting worse every day and much of it is because of the media. China is no threat to Australia, and never has been. These so-called “security experts” in Canberra and Sydney keep ranting on with platitudes like “security and the national interests are more important than trade and economics”, however, as a human being (irrespective of Australia) there is one thing more important than security and the national interests – and that is truth. Truth has a value far more important than security. Truth has a value far more important than national interests. Truth has a value far more important than the constant stream of lies perpetuated by the Australian government and its compliant ideological media. In these dark times it is important to remain on the side of truth. The security experts in Canberra and elsewhere want to go to war against China over ideology, which is not a just cause for war. I find the idea of killing Chinese because of ideological differences to be deeply repugnant and an act of pure evil.