Policy on Foreign Affairs

Australia’s foreign policy is based on being an ally of the United States. But look how America treats its main ally, Britain. The British oil company, BP, owned by British superannuation funds, is having to pay fines to the United States Government over an oil spill in international waters in the Gulf of Mexico. The fines are not for compensation but as a punishment. In other words, the Americans are using the oil spill as an excuse to help themselves to the hard-earned cash of British workers. This is what the Russians did to the Germans after the Second World War. With friends like the Americans, who needs enemies?

Australia is like a prisoner who doesn’t keep physically fit or learn fighting skills, but enters into a relationship with a stronger prisoner. Instead of being America’s “bitch”, Australia should develop a military similar to other countries of our size, that will deter other countries from attacking us.

The United States and other Catholic-controlled countries have set up a so-called “International Community”, and roped in other countries. They have convinced other countries that Catholic values are “universal human rights”. We will continue to work within the framework of the “International Community” and use it as a forum for raising awareness of the role of the Vatican as the source of the world’s problems.

Actually, there is such a thing as “universal human rights”. The traditional values in Yemen are the same as the traditional values in Japan and Australia. Shariah law is the same as the family law that we had in Australia in the 1960s. When people talk about “Baby Boomers”, “Generation X” and “Generation Y”, these categories are based on the extent to which people have been exposed to Shariah law. “Baby Boomers” have had maximum exposure to Shariah law and the minimum exposure to “political correctness”, while “Generation Y” have had minimum exposure to Shariah law and maximum exposure to “political correctness”.

Australia will seek to be allies of the Moslem countries and the Orthodox Christian countries. We would like our principal allies to be Russia, Japan and Iran. Also, we would like to be friends with China and India, but that does not mean we are going to buy any rubbish that they want to export to us. We would like to make China aware that the Catholic Church is only trying to introduce democracy into China so that the Catholic Church can take over from the Communist Party as the supreme authority. One of our main tactics will be to build up awareness in other countries about the role of the Catholic Church in the world, and how even a country like Indonesia with a Catholic population of 8 percent can be taken over by the Catholic Church.

We will increase overseas aid to 1.0 percent of Gross Domestic Product. We will use overseas aid to buy influence in foreign countries. It is important to encourage foreigners who live in Australia to go back to their own countries so that they will bring their expertise to these countries. People who have lived in a developed country like Australia will not tolerate the low standards in developing countries. They will set up businesses to improve services in their country. But this will not happen if they continue to live in Australia.

We will try to set up a “Common Market” of Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, Fiji, Tuvalu, Mauritius, the Maldives, etc. Our ultimate goal is that this “Common Market” would include Britain, Ireland, Canada, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand. Ideally we would like these countries to be one super-power with London as the capital. This new country would be called the “British Commonwealth”. Instead of electing members of parliament to sit in Canberra, we would elect them to sit in London.

While super-power status is our ultimate goal, our short-term goal will be a common currency for Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and other countries in the region. We propose that this currency would be called the “British Commonwealth Pound” (BCP). This is not to be confused with the “Great Britain Pound” (GBP). Unlike the Great Britain pound, which is made up of 100 pee, the British Commonwealth pound will be made up of 100 pennies. This proposed currency will be issued by the Reserve Bank of Australia, which will be upgraded to an international organisation.