Aussie Talk Host’s “Weak Knees” on China

Democracy is a dirty word in communist China

(AustraliaMatters) 2GB Sydney based talk radio host Alan Jones, talks to Geoffrey Wade, from the Australian National University about handing Australian energy networks to foreigners.

During the interview Jones points out profits from our electricity use in Australia, are heading to a Canadian superannuation fund […]

Foreign investors on hunt for Aussie farms

Sunday Night – China is on the hunt for new food sources to feed its one and a half billion people and its central government has ordered $3 trillion be spent securing food and farmland overseas. Video and more information here

Imported frozen berries polluted by this toxic river in China

A river at Jinling in China’s Shandong province, where berries are washed, runs purple with pollution.

(Daily Telegraph) FROZEN berries recalled from Australian supermarkets freezers were grown and packed in one of China’s most polluted provinces.

Only five per cent of fruit and vegetables imported into Australia are subject to any testing — […]

Russia bans agricultural products from EU, USA, Australia, Norway, Canada

(RT) Russian PM Dmitry Medvedev has signed a decree on the full ban for imports of beef, pork, poultry meat, fish, cheese, milk, vegetables and fruit from Australia, Canada, the EU, the US and Norway.

The ban will last a year, starting August 7. Read more

AM Comment: This is a response to sanctions we […]

Can QIMR Berghofer save Aussie’s from BBQ Terrorism?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g0uD3z18wsM

(AustraliaMatters) Above is the promotional video for the private “non-profit” NGO group that have been handed the job to make sure we Australians can “BBQ outdoors”. They receive our tax payers money in the form of “grants”. They also take donations. Below is the (still unapproved) 01/06/14 comment we left on their YouTube video […]

Foreign Ownership of Australia

Australia’s 2014 Free (Slave) Trade Hero

(AustraliaMatters) We’re not the hottest Alan Jones supporters; the fellow that happily believes the small Japanese live stock industry should lose out to our Australian live stock industry — while out the other side of his mouth, angrily argues against foreign imports pushing Australian citrus growers to […]