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America: Australia’s Dangerous Ally

Map from 1818 of ‘New Holland‘ as it was known at the time, even to the British, until at least 1824. Nobody was really that much interested in this vast empty continent, witnessed by the fact that the British deemed it just good enough to make a penal colony out of it. Australia (7.7 m km2) is comparable in size to China (9.5 m km2), but inhabited by merely 23 million people (China 1300 million), facts that likely did not escape the attention of Chinese geostrategists.

John Malcolm Fraser (84) is one of the most senior people Australia can come up with. This distinguished gentleman has just published a long ground-breaking article, in which he advises Australia to distance itself from the United States.


Malcolm Fraser (born 21 May 1930) is a former Australian Liberal Party politician who was the 22nd Prime Minister of Australia. He came to power in 1975 through the dismissal of the Whitlam Labor government, in which he played a key role. After three election victories, he was defeated by Bob Hawke in the 1983 election and ended his career alienated from his own party.

John Malcolm Fraser (1956)

Wikipedia: “Fraser… was educated at Glamorgan and Melbourne Grammar School, before completing a degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Magdalen College, Oxford, in 1952. At Oxford, Fraser was a classmate and friend of future Canadian cabinet minister and Prime Minister John Turner.” Editor: Fraser (and Turner) were the Australian resp. Canadian servants of the British empire, before Australia and Canada morphed into staunch satellites of the US empire, Anglosphere, the embryonic NWO, the Judaic State or whatever you want to call it.

A few quotes from Fraser’s article:

IT IS time for Australia to end its strategic dependence on the United States. The relationship with America, which has long been regarded as beneficial, has now become dangerous to Australia’s future. We have effectively ceded to America the ability to decide when Australia goes to war…

The idea of American exceptionalism is contrary to Australia’s sense of egalitarianism…

… at the moment, because of U.S. military installations in Australia, if America goes to war in the Pacific, it will take us to war as well—without an independent decision by Australia. Finally, under current circumstances, in any major contest in the Pacific, our relationship with America would make us a strategic target for America’s enemies…

The idea of American exceptionalism, which has always been present in the United States, has gone far beyond all comprehension in the years of America’s absolute supremacy…

Our task is not to embrace America, but to preserve ourselves from its reckless overreach…

Wow, what a candid admission, typical made by very senior politicians, with one leg in the grave. The sort of admission secret service expert and former Italian president Francesco Cossiga made when he said in 2007 in the largest Italian newspaper that 9/11 had been carried out by the Mossad and CIA, when he was 79 and was suffering from terminal cancer. Or US congressman Paul Findley, who in 2007 at the age of 86, claimed that the US was basically an Israeli colony. Courageous people are few, but do exist.

The article is a long read. But the essence is that Fraser accuses the US to be not interested in world peace and as such is a threat to all others. Fraser hints that the West is at least as guilty for the Ukrainian mess as is Russia and blames NATO of breaking its promise to Russia not to expand eastwards. Fraser says that basically Russia had no choice but to merge with Crimea, because of the Russian military facilities there. But Fraser is a little naive if he thinks that the current mess in Ukraine is the result of ‘failure of US diplomacy’, instead of what it really is: a naked, raw US power grab.

Fraser does not believe in a western defeat of the Islamic State nor that the West has any chance of long term success in Afghanistan. Furthermore, Fraser is afraid that an assertive nationalist and militarist Japan, possibly armed with long-range nuclear weapons in the near future, could become a catalyst for war between the US and China, now that the US has sided with Japan in the Chinese-Japanese dispute over the Senkaku/Diaoyu islands.

Fraser concludes that since the US could not win the conflict with Vietnam, it almost certainly can’t win a military conflict with China. And since Australia is allied to the US, Australia would become the defeated ally of a defeated superpower, without any friends in the region. In 1991, Australia was not as tightly integrated with the US as it is now, a development that Fraser deplores and was supported by both major Australian political parties.

Malcolm Fraser today, sadder and wiser, does not believe in a second American Century and fears for a Chinese future of Australia.

Editor: as always, you need to read between the lines of what this Australian old political fox is saying. Fraser is clearly afraid of China. He does not believe in a second American Century. He fears that the United States will likely loose a military confrontation with China, if push comes to shove. And that by implication, the Australian Lebensraum automatically would become a tasty prey for the victorious Chinese superpower. And that Euro-Siberia, if that were to happen, won’t lift a finger to protect Australia (he is correct, they won’t).

Australia’s cards are very weak. Fraser admits that Australia has no friends, apart from the United States and yet pleads for Australia to distance itself from the only friend Australia has. And Euro-Siberia will be relieved to see Australia as a safety valve for Chinese expansionism, if any. Better Australia than Siberia, you hear them think.

[] – America: Australia’s Dangerous Ally

Australia is not all desert and China itself is half desert.

[] – Deserts of Australia

Scene from the film Gallipoli (1981). Gives an incisive picture of the West-Australian desert. Two young men, played by Mel Gibson and Mark Lee, try to make it to Perth via the desert, in order to travel to Europe and join the fighting in World War 1. According to the character played by Mark Lee and clearly not the brightest bulb in the Christmas tree, “the war is the Germans fault… Turkey is a German ally… and if we don’t stop them there, they could end up here.”, to which the old man replies [1:50]: “they are welcome”. Well, the aging Germans aren’t coming to Australia, even if the Aussies would beg on their knees (which could very well happen). Another very large group might be coming though, the Chinese. One of the great advantages of the collapse of Anglosphere will be that we finally are going to be liberated from the incessant demonization of all things German, just to hide the true causes as to why Anglosphere ended up in global pole position at the cost of Europe. The ‘white race’ constituted something like 35% of the world population in 1900, where it is 18% now. By the end of this century this number could have shrunk to 8%. Which means that we have to retreat, we can’t hold the lands we held before. Candidates for retreat: Australia, US south-west and south-east, South-Africa, perhaps western Canada and Britain. The very fact that Australia joined the war against continental Europe twice, as the video illustrates, are not exactly the preconditions required to even contemplate wasting any continental European blood over Australia. We kindly advise the Shirt-fronters to sooner or later pick up their bags and move to the remaining territories of the North-American part of Euro-sphere (Canada, Middle-America). The Pacific is going to be dominated by China in the 21st century. Don’t take it from us, listen to Fraser.

Pictures from Solar Challenge 2013. Gives an impression of the landscape of North-East-Australia, from Tennant Creek to Katherine, see map. Also shows advantages of Australia for the coming ‘solar age’. Predictable and intense sun shine, providing abundant energy, enough to propel three adults in a stream-lined car with an average speed of 77 kmh, bridging up to 700 km in one day. Keep in mind that it requires ‘merely’ an area like Spain, covered with solar panels to provide energy for the entire planet at current consumption levels.

Cross continental solar race from Tennant Creek to Katherine.

Artesian acquifer

[] – What Are Australia’s Top Natural Resources For Export?
Australia has a lot of coal, 29% of world export market. Additionally substantial reserves of iron. gold, bauxite, uranium, natural gas.


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