Labor’s Strategic Vision

We recognise there is strategic competition in our region, and Australia is not afraid to stand up with all the countries of our region for an open, inclusive and prosperous Indo-Pacific. Under my government, it will be through Australia’s actions that you will see our resolve.”

– At a NATO meeting with his girlfriend for some reason, Anthony Albanese assures the world ‘his’ government will bravely ‘stand up’ to an unnamed entity – provided everybody else does.
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5 Responses to Labor’s Strategic Vision

  1. Shy Ted says:

    And I wonder who’s picking up the bill for the bit of fluff and her overseas jaunt.

  2. entropy says:

    I am still trying to figure out why Albo wants to muscle in on NATO. Apart from the frequent flyer kms of course.

  3. Baba says:

    Has Albo landed in Keev yet?

  4. Bluey says:

    So he’s saying the little pet of the USA will stick it’s nose in?

    Because I’m pretty sure it’s how that’s going to sound to an awful lot of places around us.

  5. Tel says:

    At a time when this war has blocked grain supplies, and there’s a worldwide fertilizer shortage … leading to food shortages and empty supermarket shelves … we have the EU closing down Dutch farms to ensure the situation gets worse.

    If that’s not deliberate sabotage, I don’t know what is. Clearly they are not seriously trying to defeat Russia, the objective is for the leaders to crush the people of Europe and then blame the Russians for whatever goes wrong.

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