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The American Colony of Australia

Tales of the American Empire | February 18, 2021

Western media portrays Australia as a beautiful nation with independent people and a close ally of the United States. But the American Empire has no allies, only vassal states. Australia became a colony of the American empire in 1975 after an Anglo-American coup. Australians noticed nothing since Australia had been an British colony since its inception and dispatches military forces when ordered to fight empire wars.

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“The militarization of Australia”; Bruce Haigh; Pearls and Irritations; August 27, 2020; https://johnmenadue.com/the-militaris…

“ALLY THIS: The CIA Subversion of Australian Democracy”; Jon Gleur; Dunemessiahdotnet; November 23, 2014; (details of the 1975 coup) https://dunemessiahdotnet.wordpress.c…

“The PM, the spy and the governor-general: what John Kerr didn’t tell the palace”; Guy Rundle; Crikey; July 17, 2020; (details about the CIA coup from the “Palace Papers” that were declassified in 2020); https://www.crikey.com.au/2020/07/17/…

“The Forgotten Coup Against ‘The Most Loyal Ally’”; John Pilger; Consortium News; June 1, 2020; https://consortiumnews.com/2020/06/01…

“A warning to Australia; do not underestimate China’s end game”; 60 Minutes Australia; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XG33L…

I had included a short clip from this anti-China propaganda story produced by the American empire to fool Australians. “60 Minutes” objected to my “fair use” for commentary so I was forced to clip it out, resulting in an audio blip in this video.

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4 Comments »

  1. I had time only to peruse the superlative investigative-journalism contribution of John Pilger; kudos to him.

    At this paragraph nearing the conclusion, I thought it amusing that my scanning eye initially read “the lucky country” as “the lackey country” —
    “The destruction of Salvador Allende’s government in Chile four years earlier, and of scores of other governments that have questioned the divine right of American might and violence since 1945 was replicated in the most loyal of American allies, often described as “the lucky country.”

    PM Gough Whitlam: May you R.I.P. eternally.

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    Comment by roberthstiver | March 1, 2021 | Reply

  2. Australia has, since Captain Cook arrived in 1770, always been a Colony of Empire. Firstly, The British Empire, who sent their convicts to Australia(instead of keeping them on overcrowded Prison ships on the Thames River) who’s crimes involved theft, just to survive, the English aristocracy. And then, during WWII, when Australia’s soldiers were serving “Mother England” in North Africa, where they halted the German Army, and earning the name of “The Rats of Tobruk”…..

    This happened when Australia was being menaced by Japan, and eventually the American Forces drove the Japanese back to Japan(while Australia was virtually defenseless).

    We understand that without allies we cannot defend ourselves from “New Empires” so we always join with our allies in their wars, some of which are highly dubious…..Vietnam, Iraq, Libya, Syria etc etc……

    We, are members of the “Five Eyes” and subsequently, we do what we are told……..

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    Comment by brianharryaustralia | March 1, 2021 | Reply

    • Brian,

      Americans once believed that Hitler had conspired with Mexico to attack the US. We now know that those allegations were based on a fraud.

      Using basic logic, it would seem that even without US entry into WWII, Japan had its hands full in the northern hemisphere. Trying to occupy Australia would never have made any sense (logistics and all). At most, they might have supported an independence movement as they did with India. But an independent Australia might not have been something so fearful as to justify Australia’s WWII war efforts.

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      Comment by aletho | March 1, 2021 | Reply

      • Thanks for that…….Whatever troops we did have left in Australia, also halted the Japanese invasion of Papua/New Guinea, and the USA helped us Kick them OUT……

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        Comment by brianharryaustralia | March 1, 2021 | Reply


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