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Are Even African Countries Spying on Sleepy Australia? By Brian Simpson

     When we talk about spying in Australian people think of China, which does what it wants. After all it is a super-power, and what are we? Nothing, pathetic, oh it hurts, but let’s face facts. But, it gets worse because it seems anyone can spy on us, maybe even kids in their mom’s basement? Seems so:

“Foreign espionage is taking place in Australia at a greater rate than any other time in history.
Key points:

•    Foreign spying and interference within Australia has reached its highest ever levels
•    Domestic intelligence officials warn of the "unprecedented" threat being posed
•    It comes after revelations Rwanda has an alleged network of spies suppressing political dissent in refugee communities in Queensland

The stark warning from the nation's domestic intelligence agency follows accusations the east African nation of Rwanda has a network of spies working to supress political dissent in refugee communities. Intelligence experts say the public doesn't fully understand the extent of the threat, or how easily migrants and refugees can be recruited as spies, often against their will. An Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) spokesperson said foreign interference and espionage was happening at an "unprecedented scale" but refused to detail tactics used to recruit refugees and migrants. "The security threat comes from the actions and intent of the small number of individuals who seek to do Australia harm," the spokesperson said. The ASIO warning comes after the ABC uncovered a secret recording of an alleged Rwandan spy, filmed in a Gold Coast car park late last year. The man can be heard explaining how the Rwandan Government runs espionage operations out of its embassies and high commissions. "When there is an embassy, the Ambassador is in charge of the secret agents," he said on the tape.
The term "spy" often refers to anyone who gathers intelligence or information overseas, without letting their host country know what they're doing. Professor John Blaxland from the Australian National University said many countries had a track record of trying to use their nationals living in Australia to sway decisions made by government agencies, corporations and education institutions in their favour. He said this was achieved by planting spies in diplomatic missions but could also involve blackmailing or coercing refugees and migrants into becoming informers.

"There are broad principles that apply not just to Rwanda, but a range of countries, including China," Professor Blaxland said. "Refugees who flee often have family connections remaining with [their] home country. "The government can choose to exercise that power over the minds of the residents in Australia concerning safety and wellbeing of relatives back home, and that can be a very difficult pressure to resist." Senior intelligence figures told the ABC that China, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Syria, North Korea and Malaysia were known to monitor their diaspora living in Australia, while also seeking to silence those who might speak out against their former governments. In several instances, one source said, the Australian government of the day has used diplomatic channels to make known its concern, with a view to stopping the intimidation. The intelligence community refer to these people recruited by fully trained foreign spies as "co-optees" or agents. According to another international intelligence expert, there are hundreds of "co-optees" operating in Australia, and many have been blackmailed, threatened or coerced into joining. Some, the source said, were shown photos of a family member in their home country sitting between two intelligence officers, as a warning. The expert said some agents would seek to gain political gossip from the press clubs, parliaments and diplomatic functions, but their main job was to recruit agents and get recruit agents to get valuable information. This can happen through a front group, or so-called "false flag" operation, where they purport to be something they're not — like a charity or community group, he said. While acknowledging the threat posed, the ASIO spokesperson went to lengths to insist the "actions of few" shouldn't impugn the reputation of the bulk of law-abiding refugees. "It is critical that we avoid commentary that will instil fear and taint communities which make such a positive contribution to Australian life, economy and culture," the spokesperson said.”

     This was one of the early objections to building the multicultural society, that of divided loyalties, and it was never answered, because it is intrinsic to diversity. If say, most of the population of Australia was migrant based, with most of them being Chinese migrants, why would China not work to ensure that the system served their country? How could it be otherwise, yet this is the logical conclusion of the mass immigration agenda. In the end there is nothing left of the former society beyond borrowings from other “real” societies.

     Conclusion; “Australia” and most Western countries have been abolished by diversity, but that does not mean that the result will be love and peace, and rivers of chocolate; much more likely will not even be the “rivers of blood” scenario, but that these societies will simply dissolve into the more homogeneous nations, such as Australia into China, swallowed whole. It is simply the way of Darwinian national selection, seen since the fall of Rome, but forgotten by our insane elites.



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