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Debate heats up over China's interest in Australian election

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OZ really needs to take steps to curtain Chinese influence there, or risk being swallowed up by China.

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If one is keep poking nose in other countries internal matters, Some one is going to knock on the door.

Ozs Govt. needs to get their act together and stop poking nose in others matters.

same goes for US.

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@banger

And of course China is squeaky clean and would never dream of interfering with other countries' internal affairs!

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Coulda:

Nobody is saying China is perfect, but the amount of Sinophobia being displayed by the 5 Eyes during the past decade has gone over the top while they shoot themselves in the foot. The usual boogeyman warmongering tactics usually seen only during election times, is now on show all year round, while politicians are asking themselves why anti-Chinese abuse is at an all-time high. Fu Manchu never died. However, China is no longer the land of the coolies.

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Debate heats up over China's interest in Australian election:

The fear of losing his power has made the incumbent premier developing a phobic condition that forces him quickly (if not blindly) to put a blame on China's interference in the coming election.

How pathetic..

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Love that poster! Especially since the CCP doesn't allow voting in their own country.

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Nobody is saying China is perfect, but the amount of Sinophobia being displayed by the 5 Eyes during the past decade has gone over the top

Just for starters you ought to acquaint yourself with the amount of IP theft the Chinese government engages in. That is over the top. They steal from everyone. There is no precedent in history for the degree of government sponsored theft not just of military or foreign policy secrets but of industrial knowledge conducted by China. It is beyond anything that has ever happened in the past.

https://qualityinspection.org/10-examples-of-china-ip-theft/

https://www.aei.org/articles/the-rising-risk-of-chinas-intellectual-property-theft/

https://thediplomat.com/2020/11/how-chinas-legal-system-enables-intellectual-property-theft/

https://ghbintellect.com/chinese-ip-theft/

https://www.csis.org/analysis/put-chinas-intellectual-property-theft-larger-context

If you want to get into the nitty-gritty of how the Chinese do it there was a great open source report on a Chinese Army industrial espionage organization based in Shanghai by Fireeye, formerly known as Mandiant. They were even able to identify a couple of the hackers by name and have images of their facilities in Shanghai's Pudong New Area. They call it Advanced Persistent Threat or APT 1.

https://www.mandiant.com/resources/apt1-exposing-one-of-chinas-cyber-espionage-units

Here is another one Fireeye, then called Mandiant, analyzed.

https://www.mandiant.com/resources/apt-groups

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