@Reuters
Reuters
9 months ago
Australian government lawyer names China in interference investigation https://t.co/fUAoP2EHTM https://t.co/KlnnN9t43d
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@FullMoonNoStar
Full Moon😷
9 months ago
@Reuters Australia and other countries should realize the authoritarian threat by #CCP China, such as its suppression of freedom, political influence, economic manipulation and surveillance. We must resist it together by sanctions and boycotts. #Chinazi #CCP_is_terrorist https://t.co/4CjHDWwb9o
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@ramiruua
TheSims@CastleDimitresc🍷
9 months ago
@Reuters #CCP doesn't have friends but has some puppets. China has brought this upon themselves. They can only blame themselves for it
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@shiroihamusan
小白鼠先生😷
9 months ago
@Reuters This is not surprising, CCP always interfere internal affairs of other countries, that's why it always saying people are colluding with foreign powers, because it's the one doing so https://t.co/C4DhMnaDs6
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@MiniMeme_Cat
Mini Meme
9 months ago
@Reuters We all know China’s tactics. The extensive plans have been in ambush for many years. It should be too difficult to investigate. Australian gov can only add some measures and laws in the future to protect the country & people. Countries should do the same. Never too late.
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@Sirius44446774
Sirius
9 months ago
@Reuters It's sometimes frightening to imagine what will happen if the free world is negligent towards #CCP for a few more years ... Maybe CCP will fully infiltrate every democratic countries & overthrow the free world. Our values & belief will be destroyed. #CCP_is_terrorist #chinazi https://t.co/okWdsUVbiO
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@LLimbola
Liz Limbola
9 months ago
@Reuters So long time. Expel CCP spy from Australia for Australian safety
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@ChoiEnglish
Choi English
9 months ago
@Reuters Aus school has already eroded and infiltrated by CCP. Gov. should face this problem a.s.a.p.
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@Elena41869008
whmseu
9 months ago
@Reuters Infiltration problem are very seriously. Australia should take action quickly. Protect Australia's sovereignty ASAP.
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