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Angry Q&A audience member Li Shee Su slams Australia for saying China is a major security threat


Angry Q&A audience member slams Australia for saying China is a major security threat and instead suggests the US is to blame for global tension

  •  Q&A audience member Li Shee Su asked why China regarded as security threat
  • He argued US engaged in wars like Vietnam, Iraq and was therefore bigger risk
  • Liberal senator James Paterson noted China engaged constant cyber attacks 

An angry Q&A audience member has slammed Australia for suggesting China is a major security threat despite its aggressive behaviour towards Taiwan and its cyber sabotage.

Li Shee Su, a semi-retired IT executive, suggested concern about the Chinese Communist Party’s behaviour was misplaced because the U.S. had been more militarily assertive since the 1960s.



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