Tougher on Putin than Scott Morrison was on China Olympics

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2 Responses to Tougher on Putin than Scott Morrison was on China Olympics

  1. Tel says:

    It’s weird that you cannot say anything bad about China, and you cannot mention the Wuhan Lab, or the important “medical” work done by Dr Daszak and EcoHealth Alliance in China, or the evidence that at the Wuhan Military Games in October 2019 people were getting sick … you can’t talk about all the bad advice we got from the W.H.O. and the way they were in “lockstep” with China all the way through … you can’t mention any of that stuff at all … you have to always say how wonderful China is.

    I might have slipped up here and there and talked out of turn, but I think I got away with it. 🙂

    Now you are supposed to constantly scold Russia for a completely unprovoked invasion that has nothing to do with 8 years of simmering war in the Donbas, nothing to do with 30 years of NATO doing exactly what they promised not to do by pushing East to deliberately reignite the Cold War, while you are also supposed to forget that China and Russia are totally in cahoots with one another. China is fully supporting Russia, because they want to take Taiwan while everyone else is busy … but none of that exists right now.

    Wow! President Letsgo has suddenly discovered that Iran is a great place to find some oil … won’t the House of Saud get crank yanked hearing that.

  2. Lee says:

    It’s weird that you cannot say anything bad about China

    That’s partly because far too many in the West (including Australia), especially politicians and influencers, are in the pay of China.
    Although I am no fan of Putin, I would a million times rather live in Russia than China.

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