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China warns Australia not to side with US

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January 22, 2013 10:38:00 AM

This is a free Community Announcement ...

http://www.smh.com.au/world/china-warning-not-to-side-w...

We have news for the Chinese Government ... and Senior Colonel Liu Mingfu ... and its not good.


We might tease the Yanks for their silly mistakes (11 inch Subways, the Apple Lisa, Dr Pepper and Dr Phil)and the Japanese (game shows and Cosplay) but essentially they both value freedom and liberty ... you don't.

On behalf of all of the Aussies ... take a flying lead you arrogant nutjob.

You don't seriously think we tested nukes in the 60's in our own backyard and didn't keep a few for ourselves?

Australia is no "kind hearted Lamb" ... If the Chinese Government want to find a peaceful way forward the first thing they need to do is distance themselves publically from this guy ...

If your looking to compare us to an animal we are more like the "Friendly Wombat".

Run us over with a truck and watch your gearbox and exhaust get torn out in the process ... while we recover from being stunned and continue looking for a female wombat to hump ... and a few beers ... and a sleep.

:) 
January 22, 2013 11:01:08 AM

What he doesnt get is exactly what youve said, we, Australia, Japan and the US are formed by a like minded group of peoples, where freedom was never free, but paid for dearly.
China went to war with themselves with what might have been their best chance at such a way, free elections, a better and less centralized government, more freedoms, liberties.
I stand with Japan and Australia, not because I have to, not because my government says Im supposed to, not thru coercion, but because they are my brothers and sisters in freedom and liberty.
I hope China at least have a clue what this means
January 22, 2013 11:25:46 AM

Chinese rights groups have reported that a well-known dissident is being held by police after posting comments about the disputed islands last week. Jiao Guobiao, formerly a journalism professor at Peking University, was arrested for incitement to subvert state power.

According to the South China Morning Post, Jiao was detained over open letters he posted online to Ma Ying-jeou, president of Taiwan, and the nationalist Tokyo governor, Shintaro Ishihara, whose proposal to buy the Diaoyu islands triggered the Japanese government's purchase.

In his letter to Ishihara, Jiao wrote satirically that he would donate money to help Japan buy the Diaoyu islands and even the Zhongnanhai leadership compound in Beijing. His letter to Ma said that if the islands were owned by Beijing, "they will become another pig sty where it can arbitrarily carry out abuses"..

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/sep/19/china-japan...

I guess they dont get it
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January 22, 2013 1:42:50 PM

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/51st_state

According to Wiki:

In Australia, the term '51st State' is used as a disparagement of a perceived invasion of American cultural or political influence.

We will consider it only if you can get Subway back to 12 Inches, and play football without the helmets and armour ... like we do.

Also ... we need your unconditional surrender.

We will throw in New Zealand as an enticer ... fair warning .. don't upset the Maoris ... they scare the bajeezus out of us on the footy field.

:) 

January 22, 2013 1:48:26 PM

Furthermore, the US Constitution needs a further amendment to include all Men's right to have a shed, homebrewing shall become a religious institution free of all taxes, all pro surfers shall have minor deity status, (like ex-presidents) Bunnings sausage sizzles every Sunday will be considered appropriate places of worship, and finally we will require some minor changes to your dictionary to include the correct spelling for a number of words.

You can keep the imperial measuring system which some of us older Aussies are familiar with anyway.
January 22, 2013 2:10:57 PM

You just made some Chinese diplomat sh*t a brick with your description of Australia. Its like the exact antithesis of what we come to know China values.

January 23, 2013 12:32:44 AM

Our first line of defence is purely passive ... If you can get past the crocodiles, blue ringed octopus and irikanji and land, then you have the Tiapans, redback spiders and funnelweb spiders to deal with.

After you have been sufficiently drowned, eaten, zapped, burned, poisoned then you have to conten with our armed forces ...

His name is Bruce and he has a shotgun and flies a cropduster, the navy consists of Bert in his 6 foot tinny. The army are any of the footy teams who are resting on a bye.

Good luck with that ...

:) 
January 23, 2013 10:09:41 PM

Reynod said:
Furthermore, the US Constitution needs a further amendment to include all Men's right to have a shed, homebrewing shall become a religious institution free of all taxes, all pro surfers shall have minor deity status, (like ex-presidents) Bunnings sausage sizzles every Sunday will be considered appropriate places of worship, and finally we will require some minor changes to your dictionary to include the correct spelling for a number of words.

You can keep the imperial measuring system which some of us older Aussies are familiar with anyway.


I'd add a few things:

1. Constitutional right of a basement man cave or workshop in addition to the shed. You have to have a place to do your indoor fun stuff as well as a place to put the cars and other outside fun stuff.

2. Home distilling should be made legal and tax-free. Wine and beer are legal for that here but it's a big old no-no to make even a drop of your own whiskey. That's just not right.

3. Add barbecue places in with the sausage sizzles as places of worship. Oh, and dive bars too.

4. We're not mis-spelling our words with extra silent vowels nor are we driving on the wrong side of the road. Working in a hospital, British medical terminology is particularly horrible for extra vowels and would confound us for generations. "Oesophagus?" "Diarrhoea?" :heink:  That gives me "diarrhoea" just thinking about it.

5. We will however take you blokes up on the offer to make drinking beers larger than a 12 oz/355 mL perfectly socially acceptable. You can even make them in metric, we'll gladly swig from half-liter or liter containers if it doesn't have the current "poor wino" connotation of drinking a tallboy or a forty.
January 23, 2013 11:46:02 PM

Thanks ... er ... I think.

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