Now it’s not everyday the Australian government shows its true colours, and the globalist aligned politicians reveal their plans to harm the world in exchange for a quick buck. However, in a recent interview with Fairfax, Christopher Pyne openly laid out the absolutely shocking plan to…
become a major supplier of arms to the UAE.
The defence industry minister has come out and said he wants Australia to become a major arms exporter on par with Britain, France and Germany…. also admitting the exports will be used as a way to cement relationships with the middle east.
According to The Sydney Morning Herald Pyne particularly emphasised the importance of military ties with the United Arab Emirates…that’s right a relationship with the UAE. However, the Saudi-led coalition, which includes the UAE, supporting the Yemeni government, has also been accused of killing civilians and violating international law. Why in the world would we want to supply this government with weapons?
Let’s take a look into the UAE and the monstrosities it has been a part of. If all goes well according to Chris Pyne, we will be selling arms to the country, which has been directly implicated in civilian deaths as a result of its involvement in Yemen’s civil war, breached the government’s own rules that it should not engage in weapons sales where there is “a clear risk that the arms might be used in the commission of a serious violation of International Humanitarian Law.”
Should we become a part of arming this country whose strongest allies include Saudi Arabia? Two countries that share extensive political and cultural ties. However, when we discuss Saudi Arabia one cannot forget their direct links to the formation of 9/11.
The alleged Saudi role in September 11 attacks gained new attention after two former U.S. senators, co-chairmen of the Congressional Inquiry into the attacks, told CBS in April 2016 that the redacted pages of the Congressional Inquiry′s report refer to evidence of Saudi Arabia′s substantial involvement in the execution of the attacks, and calls renewed to have the redacted pages released. Fifteen of the 19 hijackers were Saudi citizens
So, Mr. Pyne excuse us if seeing you go on about the importance of “cementing” relationships with the UAE and other middle – eastern countries raises red flags…because we sure as hell know the politicians before you who have had a hand in forming these arms deals.
By the way can we get one thing straight here?
Chris Pyne, the man who was caught out in leaked audio whinging about the legalising of gay marriage, and dribbling on about how the moderate faction of the liberal party will fight for the rights of the LGBT community…now wants to make an economic/military deal with the UAE a country that has law that states Sexual relations outside a heterosexual marriage is a crime. Punishments range from jail time, fines, and deportation. THE HYPOCRISY IS HILARIOUS!
Not to mention the other human right breaches the country boasts…the UAE does not have democratically elected institutions and citizens do not have the right to change their government or to form political parties. There are reports of forced disappearances in the UAE, many foreign nationals and Emirati citizens have been abducted by the UAE government and illegally detained in undisclosed locations.In numerous instances, the UAE government has tortured people in custody (especially expats and political dissidents).
Flogging and stoning are legal forms of judicial punishment in the UAE due to Sharia courts. The government restricts freedom of speech and freedom of the press, and the local media is censored to avoid criticizing the government, government officials or royal families. Freedom of association and freedom of religion are also non – existent.
Australia has its air bases for the Middle East in the UAE. Mr Pyne said the UAE – which he has been courting as an export destination – “wants to have a closer engagement with Australia in a military sense”, and according to Pyne this would serve Australia’s interests…
Pyne has officially come out and said he wants to use $200 billion in additional money the government has committed to defence acquisitions over the next nine years. If it’s not clear enough, this man is getting excited about being a major exporter of arms to middle – eastern nations…now in what situation would this deal come of economically well for Australia? That’s right…only if there is a need for the weapons…another words war.
This is a horrible idea, and it should be a part of discussion forums throughout the country. We should not be supplying arms, no matter the economic benefit, if we DO NOT KNOW 100% what those weapons will be used for.
How would you feel if the weapons your country supplies helped support a war that reched the level of a “humanitarian disaster” or “humanitarian catastrophe”. On 1 July UN declared for Yemen a “level-three” emergency – the highest UN emergency level – for a period of six months. Human rights groups repeatedly blamed the Saudi-led military coalition (of which the UAE are a part of) for killing civilians and destroying health centers and other infrastructure with airstrikes. The de facto blockade left 78% (20 million) of the Yemeni population in urgent need of food, water and medical aid.
Regardless of all this, the people I’m most disappointed in are those who are so damn critical of Donald Trump. If the man opens his mouth he becomes a victim of media onslaught, left – wing powered rhetoric and often insulted by the LGBT community. However, when Christopher Pyne talks of plans to help supply arms to a country known to deport gay’s not one bit of protest arises…this is the epitome of what the loud libertarian is about, a place where you can escape the bullshit served to you by the mainstream media, and a place where the true injustices going on day – to – day are exposed. So if you like many others are a part of the movement to bring back a free, informed and strong Australia, don’t forget to subscribe for free by clicking here and be first to know when the next big story is hidden.
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