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When in China - do what the CCP tell you to do... (General)

by dulan drift, Thursday, October 08, 2020, 18:40 (56 days ago) @ dan

Benefits of travel to the State of Victoria

This Official visit, my fifth in five years, built on the significant relationship the Victorian Government has developed with China ...
(= developed with CCP)

...compounded through annual visits and cooperation across a range of sectors.
(compounded? Was that a Freudian slip? Don’t we usually use that like ‘he compounded his original error by making more to cover it up’?)

Victoria’s invitation to attend the second BRF, having attended the first in 2017, was confirmation of our reputation as the state leading Australian engagement in China.
(Is going out on a limb to do dark deals with a cyber-surveillance superpower one of those things you wanna be trumpeting you’re No. 1 at?)

Benefits of the trip to Victoria include:
positioning Victoria for future BRI opportunities, particularly under the BRI MoU
, (full nose-trough mode) and promoting our strengths and capabilities to key Chinese Government officials. (Key CCP dudes - all men.)
promoting Victoria as a trusted (suck-hole) partner for trade and investment, and for cooperation in priority areas, including infrastructure...

(Now we’re getting warm! Dan Andrews - Mr 70% - rode to fame as the ‘big infrastructure guy’. The man who ‘gets things done’. The mystery always was: Where the heck you getting all that money from?)

...further strengthening Victoria’s relationship with Jiangsu by launching the 40th anniversary celebrations of our sister-state relationship and meeting with senior Jiangsu Government leadership

(Hell! Sounds like this is veering a bit GoT-style incestuous. Victoria has two Sister States in China now - Dan announced a new sister in 2015 , so why not form a Big Brother State relationship as well? )


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