Wednesday, August 18, 2004

Downer criticised over Taiwan comments

The Federal Opposition says Foreign Minister Alexander Downer was unwise to publicly speculate about what Australia might do in the event of a military crisis in the Taiwan Straits.

Speaking in Beijing, [war criminal], Alexander Downer has indicated that the United States should not assume that it will have Australia's support if China was to launch an attack against Taiwan.

Labor's foreign affairs spokesman Kevin Rudd does not think the comment was constructive.

"Our view is that it is best not to speculate on any such future contingencies and instead direct our diplomatic efforts to ensure there is a peaceful outcome on the Taiwan Straits," he said.

By Downer Out! 8 August 04


Alexanda Downer guilty of war crimes!
The agreement for going to war on Iraq carried with it and incentive and that was free trade with the US. The Howard Government knew about it and went along with it with the US under the guise of Iraq's WMDs. In criminal law this is commonly know as collusion to commit a crime.