‘Trump Doctrine’ earns U.S. president third Nobel Peace Prize nomination

‘Trump Doctrine’ earns U.S. president third Nobel Peace Prize nomination

by WorldTribune Staff, September 29, 2020 Citing the “Trump Doctrine” against endless foreign wars, four Australian law professors nominated U.S. President Donald Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize. Law professor David Flint told Sky News in Australia that he and his colleagues decided to nominate Trump because “he is guided by two things, which seem […]

‘We can’t face China alone’: Australia senator pulls for Trump’s re-election

‘We can’t face China alone’: Australia senator pulls for Trump’s re-election

by WorldTribune Staff, August 9, 2020 Australia needs U.S. President Donald Trump’s continued leadership when it comes to confronting China, an Australian legislator said. The U.S. president would be better at dealing with China than Democrat candidate Joe Biden because Trump knows “when you deal with bullies … you don’t give them shoulder massages, you’ve […]

Student blows whistle on China’s subversive infiltration of Australia’s universities

Student blows whistle on China’s subversive infiltration of Australia’s universities

FPI / May 19, 2020 Analysis by Paul Crespo While China increasingly bullies U.S. ally Australia over its recent stand advocating for an international inquiry into Beijing’s handling of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) — another serious issue is surfacing — China’s subversive infiltration of Australia’s universities. A University of Queensland (UQ) student who has been […]

Green policies blamed for Australian bushfires as conservative PM takes heat

Green policies blamed for Australian bushfires as conservative PM takes heat

by WorldTribune Staff, January 21, 2020 The catastrophic bushfires in Australia have claimed at least 28 lives, destroyed more than 2,600 homes and scorched more than 25.7 million acres. Leftists blame human-caused climate change for the fires, with conservative Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison being a favorite target of progressive anger. “The PM has faced […]

Reports: Many Australia bushfires were deliberately set

Reports: Many Australia bushfires were deliberately set

by WorldTribune Staff, January 10, 2020 Arson and general carelessness are responsible for most of the bushfires that are devastating Australia, reports say. New South Wales police released a statement saying that, since Nov. 8, 2019, 183 people, including 40 juveniles, have been charged with 205 bushfire-related offenses. Of the 183 charged, 24 were cited […]

James Pinkerton: Conservative nationalism on the march worldwide

James Pinkerton: Conservative nationalism on the march worldwide

by WorldTribune Staff, May 26, 2019 The recent elections in India and Australia show that once voters get a taste of conservative nationalism, “they tend to like it,” columnist James Pinkerton wrote for Breitbart News on May 25. “They like, for example, the idea that a democratically-elected government can seek to uphold traditional values, not […]

Trumpian shocker: Conservative defies media to win in Australia

Trumpian shocker: Conservative defies media to win in Australia

by WorldTribune Staff, May 19, 2019 Prime Minister Scott Morrison won his first full term in office in Australia after voters gave his conservative coalition an unexpected victory that the country’s Left and media said could not happen. Many observers compared Morrison’s triumph to U.S. President Donald Trump’s 2016 election victory over Hillary Clinton. Most […]

Neither Brennan nor key U.S. ally will deny spying on Trump official

Neither Brennan nor key U.S. ally will deny spying on Trump official

by WorldTribune Staff, September 26, 2018 A former Australian ambassador at the forefront of the Trump campaign investigation and ex-CIA chief John Brennan have sidestepped questions on whether U.S. intelligence agencies spied on the Trump campaign in 2016. Australian Ambassador Alexander Downer was evasive during a recent BBC interview regarding suggestions made by Trump campaign […]

Editor defends cartoonist charged with ‘racist’ depiction of Serena meltdown

Editor defends cartoonist charged with ‘racist’ depiction of Serena meltdown

by WorldTribune Staff, September 11, 2018 The executive chairman of News Corp Australasia defended a Melbourne Herald Sun cartoonist after critics labeled his depiction of Serena Williams’s outburst during the U.S. Open finals as “racist” and “sexist.” “Criticism of Mark Knight’s Serena Williams cartoon shows the world has gone too PC & misunderstands the role […]

Australia foreign interference law seen aimed at curbing ‘Chinese influence’

Australia foreign interference law seen aimed at curbing ‘Chinese influence’

by WorldTribune Staff, June 28, 2018 Australia on June 28 passed legislation aimed at preventing interference by foreign governments in Canberra’s affairs. The new law, which mirrors similar rules in the United States, will require lobbyists for foreign countries to register, and makes them liable for criminal prosecution if they are deemed to be meddling […]

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