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 Gladys Liu, Member for Chisholm—patriot or spy?

11.09.19.  Last night the Bolt Report on Sky News saw Liberal MP Gladys Liu being interviewed on her alleged links to the communist Chinese regime. She said she couldn’t remember. Bolt asked her more than once if China’s president Xi Jinping was a dictator. She said she didn’t have an opinion. He asked whether she agreed with her Government that China’s theft of the South China Sea was illegal. When  you watch the video below ask yourself, “are we looking at a mouthpiece for the Chinese communist government mow lodged in our parliamentary system?” Is Ms Liu and Australian patriot or an infiltrated  Chinese spy? If so, an investigation into our spook agencies is more than urgent.

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  • Cliff 11/09/2019, 6:20 am

    I saw only the part of the interview that Pail Murray put on his show.

    It was enough to make me ask myself if Ms Liu might come, not from China, but far more likely, Manchuria – (if you get my drift, and with apologies to actor Lawrence Harvey).

    A dispassionate observer could be forgiven for thinking China owned both horses in the two horse race for Chisholm.

  • Pensioner Pete 11/09/2019, 6:33 am

    s44 of the Australian Constitution surely, needs to come into play with Gladys Liu and others of dubious citizenship in the Parliament and Senate, pronto.

  • Honeybadger 11/09/2019, 7:23 am

    Congrats to Andrew Bolt who like most viewers was left flabbergasted at the end of this interview. Gladys is a big, big worry and her weaving and ducking and refusal to utter one word of criticism of China left me in no doubt she should not be in Australia, let alone Parliament. Libs pre selection have really fessed up and she is a ticking time bomb.

    • catsanddogs 11/09/2019, 7:34 am

      Accurate assessment. She will build a base and given the thin majority she will be pandered to, for whatever lite-Left token policies the Libs wish to push through
      China wins.

      It wouldn’t matter if she dressed in red, blue or green. Quite clear after that interview what team she plays for.

      Cliff – “may be forgiven” is a bit of an understatement!

  • Jarrah 11/09/2019, 8:11 am

    After watching her interview with Andrew Bolt last night, I was left gobsmacked. She is either as dumb as batshit or she is working for China. I have never seen Bolt so frustrated in an interview before, she has a memory like a sieve and was very underwhelming. I hope ASIO is having a close look at her, I hope the Liberals realise they have been shafted, she is not who she seems to be. Get rid of her.

  • Thunder 11/09/2019, 8:22 am

    As soon as the Communist Agent Liu started wavering with her answers.

    Bolt should have started pulling out her finger nails Chinese style. with
    good old fashioned Pliers………..

    ” Now you talkee real talkee……….no lies……”

    Liu is probably not her real name anyway…………..

  • Fedup 11/09/2019, 9:00 am

    After the 100k in a shopping bag given to labor i was wondering when the libs version would pop up & here it is.
    The political system in Australia is totally corrupt.

  • Lorraine 11/09/2019, 9:03 am

    If Gladys was to talk down China, she would be dead meat. That she thought she could ride the memory is forgotten train, she is naïve . China has shown that they will not have any of their race go against their wishes. she holds the seat for the Liberal Party, best not give her a national security free pass.

    • Finn 11/09/2019, 9:26 pm

      Damn straight.

      She is in fear and she used to have an invincibility complex.

      Used to

  • Geoff 11/09/2019, 9:48 am

    She ‘speaks with forked tongue’ and also ‘speaks from both sides of her mouth’, regardless of the downward slant to the right. Those who endorsed her should reassess their flawed decision. Commo b***h.

  • Albert 11/09/2019, 9:51 am

    Like other here at MM I watched the whole Bolt/Liu interview and came away with a nasty taste in my mouth. That woman is not what she would like us to think she is.

  • Greg 11/09/2019, 10:15 am

    There is a huge problem here. We clearly have an agent for the Communist Party of China sitting in our parliament and being funded by taxpayers. Scott Morrison needs to act – today!

  • Ex ADF 11/09/2019, 11:22 am

    The tip of the iceberg I reckon. There would be hundreds of Chinese in Australia at present providing or ready and able to provide intelligence to the Chinese government.

    • Deano 11/09/2019, 2:01 pm

      Why do you think so many of them finish up in research departments which don’t pay all that well, but allows them access to the raw data from experiments?

  • Rubyred 11/09/2019, 4:32 pm

    I have never seen such ducking and weaving apart from Bill Shorten. I watched that interview and came away convinced that the Liberals have laid another duck. The other thing I thought was that if she had any family in China she would be unable to condemn the Communist regime there. Whatever the reason she came across as really shifty and should be cast out of the party,.

  • Cliff 11/09/2019, 5:29 pm

    Liu’s election brings a whole new dimension to the old saying “why vote; whoever wins, you’ll still end up with a politician”.

    In this case, it would appear that whoever won in Chisholm, you were going to end up with an agent of the Chinese Government.

    It will be interesting on the extreme to see how often this happens in other electorates in future Australian federal elections.

  • ibbit 12/09/2019, 9:39 am

    Whatever that stupid woman may be, she is sure to remain in parliament because she holds a marginal seat which would probably be lost to the government in a by-election. Guess that shows that government is about power, not the people or their Country. They could be clasping a spy to their bosom for all they care. But that doesn’t really matter because China just about owns us now, could run their thinking.

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