Blood is thicker than water.
It is an old English proverb that our liberal world has turned upside down. We now hold that blood and culture are nothing, that abstract ideas are everything and that “diversity is our strength” rather than a weakness. It will prove to be our downfall.
“Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison says allegations of a plot to plant a Chinese spy in Canberra’s parliament are “deeply disturbing”.
The allegations – first aired by local network Nine – assert that a suspected Chinese espionage ring approached a Chinese-Australian man to run as an MP.
The 32-year-old man has since died in unexplained circumstances.
China has denied the allegations, which Australia’s domestic spy agency has confirmed it is investigating.
In a rare public statement, the agency said it was taking the allegations seriously.
Mr Morrison said he found the reports troubling, but warned against “leaping to conclusions”.
Who do you feel closest to on earth?
In my case, I know it is the rest of the Anglosphere, Ireland and other Northwestern European countries. Kinship is a natural and healthy sentiment and a benign prejudice which should order our world. Australia should have kept the White Australia policy. There is nothing wrong with peace and trade with China or international students coming to study in Australian universities. Australia must remain a White and predominantly British country though.