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Protest At Australian Nuke Sub Port

Above Photo: At Port Kembla protest. CN/Cathy Vogan.

Australians against deployment of nuclear submarines in their country protested at the port where the AUKUS subs would be docked if Australia goes ahead with the $368 billion plan.

Under the AUKUS plan, Australia would pay the U.S. and Britain to the build and deliver three nuclear submarines by the early 2030s to the Port of Kembla in the city of Wollongong, 85 kms south of Sydney.

Opponents of the plan, including the former Prime Minister Paul Keating, say China poses no military threat to Australia, but rather that the U.S. is leading Australia into a dangerous provocation against China.

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