Dick Ears Daniel Andrews has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Chinese government to get Victoria in on some Chinese money:
“Victoria has formally pledged to sign up to China’s controversial One Belt, One Road initiative in a deal the state hopes will generate more trade and jobs.
“Premier Daniel Andrews and Chinese ambassador to Australia Cheng Jingye finalised a memorandum of understanding this week, making Victoria the first and only Australian state to support President Xi Jinping’s global trade initiative.
“China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is a massive global network of infrastructure projects that seeks to revive the Silk Road by creating two modern transit and trade corridors between China and Europe.
“This new Australian-first agreement sums up everything we have achieved with China over the past four years — it means more trade and more Victorian jobs and an even stronger relationship with China,” Mr Andrews said.”
Here is a vid on the new silk road by Vox. It is half decent, for a bunch of globalist flogs:
Dan’s thugs have signed up against the advice of security advisors. No surprises there:
“Senior national security figures have often warned of serious “strategic” consequences if Australia formally signs up, although various investment projects on Australian soil seem to have had some form of involvement.”
Said security advisors should make sure their family members get well away from the Murray.
But this is actually great news. Here’s why:
“However, the MOU signed by Victoria marks a sharp turn in domestic views of the initiative which has been welcomed by the Chinese.
“Over the past five years, it has received positive responses and broad support from the international communities and has become a platform for international cooperation in policy coordination, connectivity of infrastructure, unimpeded trade, financing integration, closer people-to-people ties,” Mr Cheng said.
“It enables China to share development opportunities with other countries in the world and achieve mutual prosperity.”
Mr Andrews was the only state premier to be invited to the Belt and Road Forum which took place in China last year.
In other words, Victoria is going it alone on this. This fits the pattern of socialists the West over being more transparent about their true aims. The people of inner city Melbourne don’t consider themselves to be Australians, and they’re not. It is only a matter of time, if Labor wins the upcoming state election, until the Andrews government declares Victorian independence and secedes from Australia.
Next, the Chinese government will begin moving military hardware into Victoria. Victorian communists will initally welcome this protection by a great power with open arms. When they realise that said protection was actually an invasion designed to protect the interests of Victoria’s sizeable and vibrant Chinese community, it will be too late.
However, once the Indian government gets wind of this they will intervene to protect the interests of their own citizens currently enriching Melbourne. An independent Victoria will then become the stage for a proxy war between the two emerging Asian superpowers.
Amidst the conflagration, Melbourne will be nuked.
Then everything will go back to normal.
Enjoy your coffee.