Monday, September 23, 2013

Dear Prime Minister Abbott,

In short, it is sincerely hope that you will accept and consider those advices from those people below and will not act against the Chinese or Chinese-Australians as demonstrated by T.K’s experience during the last Federal election.

We hope to hear from you once your government is sworn in.

Yours respectfully,

Eddie Hwang
Unity Party WA
Phone/Fax: 61893681884
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UPWA is the only political party that calls a spade a spade.

Defence, G20 and China key for Abbott

Date - September 10, 2013 - 12:46PM - Adam Gartrell, AAP Diplomatic Correspondent


Restoring defence funding, re-energising the G20 and adding more substance to Australia's relationship with China should be among the Abbott government's top foreign policy priorities.
That's according to analysts at the Lowy Institute, who also urge Prime Minister-elect Tony Abbott and his team to work more closely with China in the South Pacific, and take a "measured" approach to people smuggling.
The Sydney-based think tank has issued a paper setting out what it thinks should be the five key international priorities occupying the minds of Mr Abbott and his likely foreign minister, Julie Bishop.
Lowy says Australian foreign policy faces a range of challenges and opportunities.
"The new Australian government has a choice," the paper says.
"Get out on the front foot and pursue these challenges and opportunities with ambition; or adopt a defensive posture and hope that the country can duck the economic and strategic bouncers that will almost inevitably head its way in coming years.
"In our view the new government should be ambitious - although that ambition should be mixed with good doses of humility and realism."
The paper argues the coalition government must restore "focus and funding" to defence policy, by answering fundamental questions about what it wants the Australian Defence Force to do, and then funding its capabilities accordingly.
It says the G20, which groups together the world's 20 largest national economies, should be a key focus particularly during Australia's 2014 chairmanship.
"Key Australian ministers, including the Prime Minister, will need to commit time and energy to improve the way the G20 functions and ensure that its agenda is focused and relevant," the paper says.
Lowy says the coalition should also be ambitious about the Australia-China relationship, and seek to add substance to the so-called "strategic dialogue" the Labor government established with the rising Asian power.
They also argue Australia should work with China in the Pacific Islands to mitigate some of the problems caused by China's aid program.
Finally, the paper urges the government to adopt a set of key principles to tackle people smuggling in a measured and sustainable way.

Foreign investment rules 'send wrong signal', says WA Premier Colin Barnett

·        AAP -JUNE 05, 2013 10:47AM
AUSTRALIA'S foreign investment rules are sending the wrong message to China, West Australian Premier Colin Barnett says.
The Liberal leader said the United States could invest more than $1 billion in Australia without being subject to Foreign Investment Review Board rules, but it was different for China's state-owned enterprises.

Speaking during a trade mission in Beijing, Mr Barnett said that for investment by state-owned enterprises in China, any level of investment from $1 up goes through the FIRB process.

"I think Australia needs to correct that. That is giving the wrong signal to China, and I've no doubt, causes resentment,'' he said.

Mr Barnett is trying to drum up a major Chinese backer for the $6 billion Oakajee port project in WA's mid-west.

The project was indefinitely mothballed last year when Japan's Mitsubishi decided to "slow down'' work on the already-stalled plan, after talks with potential joint-venture partners languished.
Oakajee was to export iron ore from the magnetite-rich region, but the low-grade product fell out of favour with a slide in iron ore prices and wavering Chinese demand.

Australia's wellbeing depends on China

·        by: By David & Libby Koch - News Limited newspapers 
·        May 10, 2012 10:33AM
THE Federal Budget blueprint for your finances is that things will stay pretty much how they are now for the next 2 years despite further deterioration in Europe and a stagnant America.

Our saviour continues to be China and the Government is confident their economic boom will keep our commodity prices steaming ahead and our economy growing at 3.25 per cent. But if they’re wrong, and the wheels fall off the rickshaw, the financial impact will be devastating………… 
Dear Unity,

You may be right but racism is still at the back of White Australia.  I have been helping to campaign for Jason and giving out leaflets at Eastwood mall.  As you know, if you live in Australia, Eastwood has a lot of Chinese and Koreans.  We were abused by some whites last week.  There are still a lot of Pauline Hanson supporters that see us as 'taking over' their suburbs.  It is a shame that Jason cannot win, a lot of it due to Chinese and Koreans supporting the Liberal candidate.  They have been pouring in a lot of using paid workers.  I talked to some of the Liberal workers there and they are mostly young Chinese students and Korean women.  They told me that they are being paid.  Jason don't have that kind of money to hand out.  Jason has been plucked from Beijing by Rudd only recently to come home to contest.  The Asian votes put the Liberal candidate back.  That says a lot of our own people. 

Racism, my dear friend is very much alive.  you only have to scratch the surface and it will appear.  I don't know about you but I have worked in the public sector for the past 20 years.  Occasionally they asked my boos that they want to deal with an Australian.  it is as if I don't have the professional background to deal with their problem.  Luckily my boos will say that you have him as he is qualified or nobody else.  Friend, it is still the colour of our skin.  So you think that after running away from Malaysia, you don't face racial prejudice anymore?  While I grant you that life is better after Gough Whitlam who repealed the White Australian Policy, we still have a long way to go. 

Tony Abbott is a Democratic Labor Party boy of Bob Santamaria.  He is not a true Liberal.  Remember he is nicknamed 'the mad monk'.  You only have to look at his 'turning the boats back' mantra to tell you where his government is going.  He looks towards the US and England for guidance.  Back to the Howard years, I will say.  He wants the Chinese to buy things but is scared for them to own the mines or farms.  Tell me differently. 


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