The Australian Government has misused words where China is concerned and this in turn has caused great harm to Australia’s trade with China.
Instead of pointing the finger at China where the virus is concerned, they could have put the question to China on how to manage this virus, instead of yapping at China like a French poodle with a little help from the USA.
We have let down our great trading partner, China.
Like an arrow in flight, spoken words cannot be taken back.
If we can trade three terrorists for the freedom of an Australian citizen in Iran, more caution with spoken words should have been taken where China is concerned.
I blame the Australian Government for this ruin to our trade with China.
Email, Nov 29
Richard Ryan, Summerland Point