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KaiLee
2nd October 2014, 08:33
In recent times Australia appointed a Former Army General to the Head of State position of Govenor General. Today Australia appointed a Former Army General to the position of State Govenor General of NSW (New South Wales) it's most populated state.

War anyone??

Hazel
2nd October 2014, 09:33
Well spotted KaiLee...

And the present Gov't is selling us out on all fronts... so "Look Out" citizens of Australia 'The Lucky Country' is going to seed.
Seed what? The agenda of America's flailing attempts at maintaining its' Empire is what!

http://www.smh.com.au/federal-politics/political-opinion/australia-still-at-americas-beck-and-call-20140831-10albb.html

Having learnt little from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, Australia is ready to do Washington's bidding again.

It seems it doesn't matter which party is in power in Canberra or in Washington, when that call comes from the White House, Australian prime ministers are too eager to wade in.

The word "coalition" is being avoided this time around Tony Abbott's statement said that Australia would "join international partners" to airlift arms and ammunition to Kurdish forces in the north of Iraq.
It's one thing to be dropping food and water as humanitarian packages. But in announcing that Australia is delivering arms in a region where the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), one of 19 organisations that Canberra lists globally as terrorists, is active, Abbott might have explained what precautions will be taken, if any, to ensure we do not end up arming the PKK.

Washington officials know how to seduce Australian politicians remember former US Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage on Australia as a "global power with a global role and ... global responsibilities".

Reality is more mundane.

Inside the beltway, Australia becomes a "list" country, included among those that Washington quotes in a list of those around the world who are joining it in this or that venture. Remember how the George W Bush "coalition of the willing" in the 2003 invasion of Iraq included the Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Palau and the Solomon Islands?

The Middle East has a constant ability to throw up quagmires and Iraq especially so.

When Australian forces were there in the aftermath of the 2003 toppling of Saddam Hussein, some complained of their embarrassment at seeing little or no action after the initial US-led invasion. Far from being in combat, the only Australian death in Iraq was the result of a soldier mishandling his pistol - from wounds "irresponsibly self-inflicted" while "disregard[ing] the possible consequences of danger", according to a coronial inquiry.

Most of the Australians were far from the Baghdad cauldron and other hotspots around the country. They were so deeply hidden in the south-west corner of the country that if they took a single step backwards, they would have been in Saudi Arabia.

I'll not be surprised if, at some stage in the future, when documents become unclassified, we find that a deal was done under which Australia signed on for the Bush coalition on the basis that its troops were to remain out of harm's way.

This time around, Australia is interposing itself in a country wracked by civil war and it seems to be taking sides. Canberra has signed on in circumstances in which it has no control over its own destiny.

You've seen mission creep before? We're already seeing it in this effort last week, we were the nice guys dropping food and water; this week, we're not so nice because we're dropping weapons.

What next, Tony?

sigma6
3rd October 2014, 00:32
It's very much like Canada, a penchant for licking the boots of the motherland UK, home of the Inner City of London (whether the "citizens" (corporate slaves) realize it or not) A lot of natural resources and a tiny population, which means that it is a "managers and administrators" bureaucratic rat nest of corporations. Hand in hand with the government cashing in, like cocaine addicted pigs at the trough... and no doubt infiltrated from top to bottom with Freemason scumbaggery. Their whole modus operandi is infiltration of all the cake jobs in the government. It's like a tic infestation. And our labour (magically transformed into paper via the banks) is the blood they feed on.

This is why the world is in such a state of mediocrity, when the only people who get hired are because of a wink and a faggy handshake.

Frederick Jackson
3rd October 2014, 02:38
Washington officials know how to seduce Australian politicians remember former US Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage on Australia as a "global power with a global role and ... global responsibilities".

Yeah, curious how Australia bought into so fast and so big time the problematical US F-35 joint strike fighter.

Australians in the Middle East: Surely you have seen that wonderful Aussie pic on the Australian the Light Horse contingent in Palestine in WWI?

BMJ
3rd October 2014, 14:56
Oh please, get a grip on things Australia was supportive of the USA in most of its conflicts such WW2, korean war, vietnam war, iraq war, afghan war. Our contribution in every instance, bar WW2, has been token in relation to the USA and other nations involved on the conflict.

More recently Australia sent what 12 F-18's and support crew for this ISIS false flag event. Whilst USA will probable send a carrier group or two , with one of their aircraft carrier groups having the combat capability of the entire Australian air force, so your going to tell me we are now gear up for war yet again really it doesn't sound like war NO MORE LIKE FEAR MONGERING, and because a new governor general is ex miltary oh please.

KaiLee
3rd October 2014, 21:51
Oh please, get a grip on things Australia was supportive of the USA in most of its conflicts such WW2, korean war, vietnam war, iraq war, afghan war. Our contribution in every instance, bar WW2, has been token in relation to the USA and other nations involved on the conflict.

More recently Australia sent what 12 F-18's and support crew for this ISIS false flag event. Whilst USA will probable send a carrier group or two , with one of their aircraft carrier groups having the combat capability of the entire Australian air force, so your going to tell me we are now gear up for war yet again really it doesn't sound like war NO MORE LIKE FEAR MONGERING, and because a new governor general is ex miltary oh please.

You could well be right. It might be a fear mongering move. The strangest excuse was given by the previous NSW Govenor for her resignation. She said she didn't want to serve for longer than her favourite ever State Govenor, so she had to resign now. If it is fear mongering, it's not of my design and I apologise for creating fear in anyone. I regularly notice "coincidences". Two former Generals as State Govenor and Govenor General is telling IMO.