June 20, 2017

Why it’s time to sack Senator Sam Dastyari

Mark LathamRebel Host

How many lives does “Shanghai Sam” have?

Australian Senator Dastyari has abused Labor’s policy making process in his hunger for Chinese electoral donations.

He’s sneered at modest, working class housing in Western Sydney.

He’s ranted against white people — a classic case of anti-white racism.

Yet for Bill Shorten and Labor’s factions, Dastyari has become an untouchable.

Why won’t they do something about this grub?

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commented 2017-06-21 05:52:29 -0400
It is worth noting that the close ties with China began with Gough Whitlam. Close on his heels was Bob Hawke who even now is one of the most prominent people for closing deals with China, especially land ownership deals!
Who can forget our own Mandarin speaking KRudd with his pro-China trade policies and his family who had high paying jobs in China doing more deals with Chinese businesses.
Now we have another politician who is pushing for pro-Chinese deals that do not favour the interests of Australia and who is at the forefront? Who would have guessed? Labor!
commented 2017-06-21 00:36:23 -0400
Sacking is inappropriate – can you impeach or indict?
commented 2017-06-20 19:05:11 -0400
Sounds like Dastyari and Baby Doc could be bed mates. Both formulating policy based upon Chinese donations. At least the good thing for Oz is Dastyari is not their PM, while Canada is stuck with Baby Doc as its PM.