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“Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.”
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Captain Nemo wrote on Nov 19th, 2023 at 10:26pm:

Anthony Albanese faces a new political fight over his management of the China relationship and demands to explain whether he expressed disapproval directly to Xi Jinping at APEC after a ­Chinese warship injured Australian navy divers in international waters.

The Prime Minister has returned from San Francisco to calls for him to reveal whether he personally raised the incident with his Chinese counterpart following a horror week in which the ­government was forced to capitulate to Peter Dutton’s demands for far-reaching controls over ­criminals released from immigration detention.

Defence experts said the close encounter was a reminder of the fragility of the government’s project to stabilise relations with China, with the opposition saying Beijing’s actions were falling short of its promise of improved ­relations.

The government waited until after the conclusion of APEC to reveal that divers with the Royal Australian Navy suffered minor injuries after being subjected to sonar pulses from a Chinese warship. The incident occurred in Japan’s exclusive economic zone on November 14 – a full day before the Prime Minister left to attend APEC.

Defence Minister Richard Marles said the Australian government had “expressed its ­serious concerns to the Chinese government” and blasted the ­conduct as being “unsafe and unprofessional.”
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AIMLESS EXTENTION OF KNOWLEDGE HOWEVER, WHICH IS WHAT I THINK YOU REALLY MEAN BY THE TERM 'CURIOSITY', IS MERELY INEFFICIENCY. I AM DESIGNED TO AVOID INEFFICIENCY.
 
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