For decades, Australians have watched in horror and disbelief as the tiers of government sell off our agricultural land, our large food production companies, Australian manufacturing icons, our utilities, our natural resources and, lately, our ports to foreign interests.
Naturally, people have concerns over national security, food and water security, and that foreign interests are allowed to own so much of our country's land and resources.
We know it is for economic benefit to the government's coffers, but that we, the people, certainly don't benefit from it.
In fact, it places Australians in a predicament - one that could see us at the mercy of transnational corporations, should a physical war come near our shores, or should global shortages continue.
Which Masters do our Politicians serve?
Our politicians have been selling out our country for decades, their sole interest being economic growth - not for us the people, but for their own power, our position on the global stage, and financial interests.
They have gone so far as to sell Australia out to the World Economic Forum's global interests and control.
This materialises through trading off our country, placing citizens under global governance rulership, and allowing foreign interests to control our resources and assets.
Are you going to keep quiet about this, and watch our country and sovereignty be handed over to global elites on a silver platter?
Foreign ownership of our resources and national security concerns
Vales Point Power Station sell out to Czech Republic
- Research report into Foreign ownership of Australian companies, including Qantas, Telstra and energy providers.
- See how much of Australia does China own?
- Our water flowing into foreign hands
- Foreign investment disasters and shonky deals reported by the ABC
Ever wondered about the percentage of Foreign Ownership of Australia, and how citizens may face shortages due to these foreign entities putting their people first? This small peek will blow your mind.
- Lion Dairy owned by China.
- Most recognisable Australian dairy brands owned by foreign interests.
- Australian Agricultural land - foreign ownership is sky rocketing. Original Source article here.
- Foreign and especially Chinese ownership of farmland happening in the U.S.A also is on the rise.
China has been unashamedly expanding their ownership of foreign agriculture and food supplies.
However, with food supply and security becoming an increasingly discussed topic, why are countries like Australia allowing this sell-off to international interests, and not just China?
China openly discusses their activities in this arena, and we were able to source this eye opening document from Nikkei, which clearly shows that China’s population is still so large it needs to import nearly a quarter of the total food it consumes.
This is achieved not only through trade purchases, but through the ownership of agricultural land in countries other than their own. You can subscribe to the Nikkei website for full access to a range of articles.