Drop kick diplomacy
I HAVE just read Old Blind Joe’s October column on China and the influence on Australia by a communist regime that is our biggest trading partner.
I find the simplistic, goading responses by others a tad scurrilous in relation to the woes our Federal Government has brought upon itself and our country.
I feel for local exporters caught up in Canberra’s tit for tat dispute with China, knowing how much our national economy needs certainty for its international markets.Read more
I ask if Old Blind Joe’s critics would treat their customers the same way as the drop kicks in Canberra are treating our country’s most important trading partner?
Can anyone assume it will all end well because the US will come to our rescue?
“Die Gedanken Sind Frei”(Thoughts Are Free) is a German song about freedom of thought – the writer and composer are unknown but the most popular version was published by Hoffmann von Fallersleben in 1842.
I read Old Blind Joe every month and will keep doing so with interest and awe as I find it very informative and witty to boot.