This continent was invaded, with the blessing of Queen Victoria, by Captain Cook, where officially Martial Law was the only law for 40 years, something they do not teach the children of the cannon fodder in primary school, BUGGER!!!
The land was taken under arms (and STILL is until today) from the original inhabitants, where no treaty was made, unlike with the Indigenous tribes of 'New Zealand' under the Treaty of Waitangi in 1840.
Today we have some assholes under the banner of "business people and industry leaders" selling this country to the Chinese....
Thankfully this place is only an "economic project" as stated by Abbott.
Image how this place could be if it actually had some sort of real law....
See article from 24 Oct 2016 by news.com.au of the headline:
West meets East in historic passenger flight from Toowoomba to Shanghai
The brainchild of Food Leasers Australia CEO Dr Ben Lyons, the trade mission is designed to attract Chinese business back to the Darling Downs which will soon be the home of a new infant formula factory.
“We can sit back here and wait for the Chinese opportunities to come, but I think there is much more to be said about being proactive about the China opportunity,” said Dr Lyons.
More than 250 passengers boarded the eight-hour charter flight which began its historic journey 38 minutes late.
They included beef producers and processors, service firms and property owners.
Wellcamp “Brisbane West” Airport was built by the local Wagner family over just 18-months, and opened in 2014 with a regular QantasLink service to Sydney.
Since then, flights to Cairns, Melbourne and Townsville have been added by Airnorth.
In a further boost to the region’s Chinese push, Hong Kong-based carrier Cathay Pacific will commence weekly international freight flights on November 22.
The service is expected to take locally grown lettuce, beef, mangoes, and pecans to Hong Kong on a Boeing 747-8F.
The airport’s runway was built to accommodate aircraft up to a Boeing 747 and the owners have made no secret of the fact they hope to operate as another international gateway to Australia.
Located about two-hours drive from Brisbane, Wellcamp Airport recently took out an Australian Engineering Excellence Award in the Project Infrastructure category.