WikiLeaks exposes personality defective, Kevin Rudd
by quill Sunday, Dec 5 2010, 8:49pm
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Now confirmed for the world to appreciate, Murdoch placed PM, (little) Kevin Rudd’s over-compensatory personality. Rudd, well known in Oz as a pathological narcissist, reveals more personality disorders – many deficient, insignificant politicians, including John Howard and George W Bush, attempt to compensate for their failings with bravado and posturing, Rudd’s urging the U.S. to use force against nuclear power, China, is both thoughtless and imbecilic. Clearly, such a person should never occupy any position higher than a menial clerk in any government department – Rudd is clearly unsuitable in his current role as Foreign Minister and should be put out to pasture in his home State of Queensland where inbreeding and deficient personalities are commonplace.
Kevin 'photo-op' Rudd, pathetic!
Rudd, insultingly described Chinese leaders as “sub-rational,” an amazingly insensitive and thoughtless remark; it is historical fact that the Chinese were all peddling pushbikes and pulling rickshaws only a few decades past. To emerge in only a few short years to challenge (and inevitably overcome) leading superpowers is indicative of anything BUT ‘sub-rationality!’ Contrast the success of Chinese leadership with (infantile) Australian ‘leaders’ who continue to cling to the apron strings of Imperial powers!
Kevin ‘do nothing, photo-op’ Rudd, as the entire region is aware, is a pathetic little narcissist without a braincell to bless himself with, his party was absolutely correct in ditching him as PM. Aussies are not surprised by the latest revelations from WikiLeaks, however, proof of mental pathology is now an incontestable fact.
If there is a message for Oz and the rest of the world in the latest WikiLeaks revelations, it is never allow the placement to high office of Corporate lackeys and infantile personality defectives.
[It must be REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENT or REVOLUTION.]
Report from ibtimes follows:
WikiLeaks: Former Aussie PM asked US to be prepared to 'use force' against China
by Sree Ram Banda
Australian former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd told US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton to be prepared to use 'force' against China, if it does not allow itself to be integrated into the international community, leaked US diplomatic cables reveal.
Describing himself as a 'brutal realist', the former PM, who is also Australia's current Foreign Affairs minister, reportedly maintained that deploying force should be an option 'if everything goes wrong' with regards to the communist state. In a meeting on March 24, 2009, Rudd reportedly stated that the Australian intelligence agencies kept a close watch on China's military expansion.
"Rudd argued for 'multilateral engagement with bilateral vigour' -- integrating China effectively into the international community and allowing it to demonstrate greater responsibility, all while also preparing to deploy force if everything goes wrong," the cable sent to Washington read.
The cable also maintained that Rudd mentioned Chinese Politburo members as 'sub-rational and deeply emotional' over issues of Taiwan and Tibet. In the meeting he reportedly outlined an ambitious plan for an Asia-Pacific community to counter the Communist regime's growing influence in the region.
The documents exposed by whistle-blower site Wikileaks also reveal that the proposals drawn out to strengthen Australia's navy by procuring a dozen attack submarines were seemingly a response to China's growing ability to project force. Reviewing recent Chinese leaders, Rudd reportedly assessed that Hu Jintao 'is no Jiang Zemin'.
Observers sense that the latest revelations could strain the diplomatic ties between Australia and China. Though, some believe that China would hardly pay any attention to the former PM's remarks, but would be cautious of the arms race in the region.
© 2010 International Business Times
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by kwang Sunday, Dec 5 2010, 9:18pm
perhaps Australia requires another lesson in respect -- China could easily place another ban on a product or raft of products if it so desires -- such stupidity displayed by Australian politicians.
dude it's time we talked about kevin
by mendaxia l'orange Monday, Dec 6 2010, 2:26am
address: ultima thule via melbourne
kevin rudd is not AUSTRALIA brother.
he is so not Australia.
we consider K Rudd to be, how do you say?
a bit of a weirdo, no friends nigel, utterly odd, really fucking dull, just plain sociopath, very fucking unAustralian. I mean fair suck of the sauce bottle he's a flamin' goose.
China should be confronted
by Lakshan Tuesday, Dec 14 2010, 11:15pm
I disagree with your article.
Rudd was quite correct in vilifying China in personal capacity.
After all for all its faults USA does not keep its citizens locked away in hideous bamboo gulags for dissent. China is a totalitarian state while USA is a liberal democracy like India and Australia.
Young people who look up to so-called Chink "soft power" do not know Deng Xiao Peng sent tanks against unarmed student proteststers.
Is it this kind of country you want to be a world hyperpower?
Western democratic ideals safe with USA at the helm.
Down with Chinese Commie government
by tran Wednesday, Dec 15 2010, 1:45am
u miss the point, Rudd as most Aussies are aware, is a little personality defective narcissist. Like most 'little' men, they attempt to compensate for their deficiencies with bravdo -- however, all Oz politicians theses days are pathetic -- Gillard can't do anything right!
be careful with ur assessments, China is becoming more liberal while America is becoming more totalitarian -- they will probably meet in the middle somewhere and become allies if they do not engage in a major conflict first.
tho i do understand ur position coming from the subcontinent - i'd be pissed off too if China had stolen so much of my territory in the North; which begs the question, why didn't India reclaim what is RIGHTFULLY her sovereign territory -- tho this is an off-topic digression, it may advance ur cause to look to Indian fortitude and cowardice before supporting the criminal USA?
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