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Australia must break all ties with the corrupt and immoral United Nations

PM slap for UN in new world order

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Lowy Institute founder Frank Lowy.

BEN PACKHAM FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND DEFENCE CORRESPONDENT @bennpackhamOCTOBER 3, 2019

Scott Morrison has declared his government will lead the charge in asserting the authority of ­nation states over unelected ­international ­institutions, such as the UN.

The Prime Minister, in a major foreign policy address to the Lowy Institute on Thursday evening, signalled Australia would seek to play a greater role in shaping a new economic and strategic world order.

Mr Morrison’s speech was aimed squarely at the push by the UN to set the global agenda on ­issues such as climate change and refugee policies.

As democratic nations increasingly band together to counter a rising China, Mr Morrison ­announced he would visit India and Japan early next year and ­Indonesia next month.

Mr Morrison’s visit to Washington DC late last month sparked ­debate about how the ­nation should balance its relationship with the US and China, but he told the Lowy Institute it was not a “binary” equation.

While Mr Morrison recognised the benefits the global economy had brought Australia, he declared that the ballot box should always be more powerful than international institutions.

He warned that where elite opinion became disconnected from the mainstream of societies, it could foster a sense of resentment and disappointment.

„(It is) an era of insiders and outsiders, threatening social ­cohesion, provoking discontent and distrust,” Mr Morrison said.

Er sagte, Australien würde Partner mit der internationalen Gemeinschaft durch „praktischen Globalismus“ und gelobte, neue Anstrengungen zu machen, internationale Regeln neu zu gestalten, beginnend mit einer neuen Prüfung der globalen Institutionen und Regelscheidungsprozesse.

„Wir sollten jeden Reflex auf einen negativen Globalismus vermeiden, die zwingend ein Mandat von einer oft schlecht definierte randlos globale Gemeinschaft auferlegt werden soll. Und noch schlimmer, eine unerklärliche Internationalist Bürokratie,” Mr Morrison said.

„Nur eine nationale Regierung, insbesondere eine Rechenschaft über die Wahlurnen und Rechtsstaatlichkeit, kann seine nationalen Interessen definieren. Wir können nie auf eine höhere Autorität als die Menschen in Australien beantworten.“

Er sagte, Australien seinerseits über die Generationen gespielt hatte, eine bessere Welt durch „kooperative und respekt Internationalismus“ zu bauen. Aber er warnte, dass pragmatisches internationales Engagement Weg zu einem neuen Auftrag gab, die gesucht „über der Autorität der Nation globale Institutionen zu erheben Staaten nationale Politik zu lenken“.

The speech came just over a week after Mr Morrison told the UN general assembly in New York that Australia was “carrying its own weight and more” in the fight against climate change, and warned against the exploitation of children’s anxieties to wage global campaigns.

While the Prime Minister did not name the UN in his Lowy Institute address, he has bristled in the past at UN criticism over Australia’s border protection policies, and has called for changes to global trading and climate change rules that hand preferential treatment to China by classifying it as a developing country.

Mr Morrison said Australia would seek to be a central player in shaping the new international order.

“I’m determined Australia will play a more active role in standards setting,” he said.

“I have tasked the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade to come back to me with a comprehensive audit of global institutions and rule-making processes where we have the greatest stake.

“And I want to send a message here tonight that we will be looking to tap Australian expertise as part of our efforts.”

Mr Morrison told the Lowy Institute he would visit India, a partner in the nascent Quad strategic bloc, in January at the invitation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

“My visit will be another step in cementing India in the top tier of Australia’s partnerships,” he said.

He revealed he had also accepted an invitation from Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to visit Japan early next year, and would attend the inauguration of Indonesian President Joko Widodo next month.

“And I also intend to put more effort into our relationship with the Republic of Korea, building on our significant trade, energy and infrastructure ties,” he said.

Mr Morrison told the Lowy Institute that his natural instincts as a politician had always been domestic, but as Prime Minister he had to focus on the international forces that were shaping the nation’s future.

“Under my leadership, Australia’s international engagement will be squarely driven by Australia’s national interests,” he said.

“To paraphrase former prime minister John Howard, as Australians, ‘we will decide our interests and the circumstances in which we seek to pursue them’.”

Tage nach dem chinesischen Präsident Xi Jinping angezeigt sein Land wachsende militärische Macht in einer massiven Parade, Herr Morrison bekräftigte, dass Australiens Allianz mit den USA war „das Fundament unserer Sicherheit“. Aber er sagte auch in einer Zeit der großen Macht Wettbewerb, Australien hat zu entscheiden, nicht zwischen den USA und China.

Er sagte Australiens Partnerschaft mit China war eine für beide Seiten von Vorteil ein, nach chinesischen Botschafter Cheng Jingye in dieser Woche erklärt, dass Australien erinnern sollte es auf China angewiesen für seinen wirtschaftlichen Erfolg.

Quelle: https://www.theaustralian.com.au/nation/politics/pm-slap-for-un-in-new-world-order/news-story/b9e5a5f5058d69c7e2ae449275770154

 

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