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When China exported coronavirus, it also exported fear which has been “seen in bucketloads” across Australia, says former speaker of the house Bronwyn Bishop.

Former speaker of the house Bronwyn Bishop says China is an aggressor who wants to see Australia as a vassal state, not a free and independent country.

Former Speaker of the House Bronwyn Bishop says China not only exported the virus, it also exported fear, and it is “the fear factor” which has allowed Australia’s premiers to control populations.

Former speaker of the house Bronwyn Bishop says the biggest danger to Australia now is China, because if Biden wins, China will see a weak president in America and will move on Taiwan.

Former speaker of the house Bronwyn Bishop says the current threat to Australia from China is enormous, but China has chosen this moment because it could see Biden will likely take over, and @realDonaldTrump  would have been the one to push against them.

Australia ever negotiating or believing China means “we are prepared to accept (its) slave labour… lies and deceit,” as Beijing tries to convince the world it’s heading towards carbon neutrality, according to Bronwyn Bishop.

Australia has put a “hook in our own mouth” in terms of the trade dependency upon China, which has severely hindered the prospects of becoming self-sufficient, according to former speaker of the house Bronwyn Bishop.

Former speaker of the house Bronwyn Bishop says Australia can’t be intimidated by the illegal presence of the Chinese navy in the South China sea.

Former speaker of the house Bronwyn Bishop says “we really have to acknowledge that China is aggressive” and respond by developing strategies to reduce our dependence on allies.

The policies adopted by Australian politicians over the last 10 years have sent the nation into “the arms and dependency of China” according to former speaker of the house Bronwyn Bishop.

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China is using “our coal and our oil to build their warships” and they are exploiting Australia’s dependence on Chinese trade in a bid to "control" our industries and exports, according to former speaker of the house Bronwyn Bishop.

Communist China is on the march and its economy is failing which “makes her more aggressive” so Australia needs fundamental reform to remain independent according to former speaker of the house Bronwyn Bishop.

Former speaker of the house Bronwyn Bishop says Australia needs to produce the cheapest power possible to allow businesses to "compete against the slave labour that comes out of China".

Former speaker of the house Bronwyn Bishop says when Communist China’s economy fails and “it will fail like all socialist economies” it will then become aggressive and it will “think of war”.

Bronwyn Bishop: It's nuts that our coal is being burnt in China and in India, who have no targets at all, whereas we could burn our coal for our benefits for individual Australians. MORE: #pmlive 

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