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epicSocialism4tw
05-26-2011, 01:29 PM
Australian TV reporter Stephen McDonnell recently went to Beijing to report on the underground church booming in China. But he wasn’t in the country long before he started noticing something: he was being followed. He suspected that his new friends who followed him everywhere were government agents that had uncovered his plans by tapping his phone and reading his e-mails.

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/watch-an-australian-reporter-confront-the-chinese-govt-agents-spying-on-him/

ZONA
05-26-2011, 01:44 PM
Yeah, not a good move to confront government spies following you. Just know they are there and watch your step.

Willynowei
05-26-2011, 01:52 PM
Australian TV reporter Stephen McDonnell recently went to Beijing to report on the underground church booming in China. But he wasn’t in the country long before he started noticing something: he was being followed. He suspected that his new friends who followed him everywhere were government agents that had uncovered his plans by tapping his phone and reading his e-mails.

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/watch-an-australian-reporter-confront-the-chinese-govt-agents-spying-on-him/

That is not America, what does this dumb **** think he is doing?

In Rome do as the romans do, in this case, shut the **** up and pray that you won't be incarcerated and tortured for spreading influence that's "unhealthy for the people of the great republic."

epicSocialism4tw
05-26-2011, 01:56 PM
That is not America, what does this dumb **** think he is doing?

In Rome do as the romans do, in this case, shut the **** up and pray that you won't be incarcerated and tortured for spreading influence that's "unhealthy for the people of the great republic."

Yeah, just shut your mouth and take what the communist spies give you! Ha!

I agree with you a little, but this guy was doing a TV report. China doesnt want them to report that they squelch free speech by raiding your information and spying on you so that they can confiscate your material.

The world needs to see what China really is.

mkporter
05-26-2011, 01:58 PM
Australian TV reporter Stephen McDonnell recently went to Beijing to report on the underground church booming in China. But he wasn’t in the country long before he started noticing something: he was being followed. He suspected that his new friends who followed him everywhere were government agents that had uncovered his plans by tapping his phone and reading his e-mails.

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/watch-an-australian-reporter-confront-the-chinese-govt-agents-spying-on-him/

From this I learned that China has terrible spies.

Willynowei
05-26-2011, 02:00 PM
Yeah, just shut your mouth and take what the communist spies give you! Ha!

I agree with you a little, but this guy was doing a TV report. China doesnt want them to report that they squelch free speech by raiding your information and spying on you so that they can confiscate your material.

The world needs to see what China really is.

The world knows, atleast the people who matter know.

Money speaks louder than human rights.

PS, if you were a TV reporter would you be dumb enough to run out into the middle of a warzone and get mad you got shot as a civilian? If not, why the hell would you mess with a bunch of government spies in dark leather jackets, feeling lucky?

epicSocialism4tw
05-26-2011, 02:01 PM
From this I learned that China has terrible spies.

They also have high voices and act like angry Italian mothers.