The world could well be as dangerous today as it was in 1939.
The difference is that the danger is as much from within as from outside hostile foreign powers. In Australia, the internal enemy is more insidious than even in the last war, revealed by Hal Colebatch in Australia’s Secret War (2013).
Australians have always taken it for granted that the dominant world power will be benign, sharing our language, laws and values. This is not guaranteed to continue.
It is crucial therefore that Donald Trump have four more years. Alongside his truly remarkable economic successes, at least before the Wuhan virus, his refreshing foreign policy is already paying rich dividends.
Identified by a cohort of antipodean law professors as the Trump Doctrine, this more than merited their nominating him for the Nobel Peace Prize.
The price of Joe Biden’s nomination was his endorsement of Bernie Sanders’ extreme-left agenda, even more destructive than Obama’s management of American decline.
Biden achieved little in his half-century in the swamp, apart from ensuring his family’s vast enrichment by foreign communist oligarchs.
Captured by the extreme left, his Democratic Party has absolutely nothing in common with the party of Roosevelt, Truman and Kennedy. Its suspiciously well-funded mobile military arm terrorises targeted towns and cities under Democrat governance, while its propaganda arm, the mainstream media, suppresses and distorts the truth. Through politician placemen posing as judges, they hope to legitimise mass electoral fraud which should fortunately be neutralised by Trump’s appointment of real judges to the Supreme Court, culminating with Amy Coney Barrett.
It has just been confirmed that there was indeed Russian collusion in the 2016 election, but not by Trump. It was by Democrats under the aegis of the Obama-Biden Administration before and after Trump’s inauguration. The ultimate source of the Steele Dossier, a farrago of falsity and filth used to campaign against Trump, has been outed as Russian spy Igor Danchenko, lodged in the Brookings Institution with toady witnesses in Trump’s ineffectual impeachment.
Trump’s announcement, ridiculed by the media include much of Australia’s, that he had been ‘wiretapped’ by the Obama-Biden administration is in fact the truth. The appalling thing was that working initially with Obama-Biden, FBI grandees had on at least four occasions knowingly hid the origin and unreliability of the dossier from the judges who authorised the wiretap. Beside this, Watergate is little more than a Washington tea-party.
A re-elected Trump will restore America as unchallenged hegemon and protector of the West. Even if the Turnbull-Pyne submarines were delivered tomorrow and not converted into obsolescence, Australia has been made almost defenceless by our political class having already ceded much of our premium and strategic assets to Beijing.
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Professor David Flint is an emeritus professor of law and was chairman of the Australian Broadcasting Authority and the Australian Press Council, president of the National Federation of the English Speaking Union, Associate Commissioner with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission and convenor of the Committee of Australian Law Deans. He has been National Convenor of Australians for Constitutional Monarchy since the 1999 referendum campaign. The author of several books, he has published widely on topics such as the media, international economic law and on the Constitution. At Barcelona in 1991, he received a World Jurist Association award as World Outstanding Legal Scholar. He was made a Member of the Order of Australia in 1995.