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Australians don’t want a war with China. It’s time to raise voices against it – Sydney Morning Herald

The recent flurry of war talk needs to be met with a forthright public pushback.

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For a long time now, Australias discussion of China has been replete with the language of war: political warfare, hybrid warfare, even the campus as a battlefield. In the last 10 days, though, the metaphors have given way to something more concrete. Home Affairs boss Mike Pezzullo set the drums beating with his Anzac Day warnings, and Peter Dutton and Jim Molan have kept up the rhythm since. This week has seen reports of an April 2020 speech by Major-General Adam Findlay talking up the high likelihood…

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