Australian political leader calls Chinese government ‘mongrels’ and ‘bastards’ who ‘shoot their own people’

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Clive Palmer dined and wooed Chinese investors in the hope of replicating a trick that turned him into one of Australia's richest men. But he didn't pull it off. Clive Palmer dined and wooed Chinese investors in the hope of replicating a trick that turned him into one of Australia’s richest men. But he didn’t pull it off.

Clive Palmer has launched an extraordinary attack on China’s government, calling them “mongrels” who “shoot their own people”.

The head of the Palmer United Party was being asked about his legal battle against a Chinese state-owned company on the ABC’s Q&A program last night.

Mr Palmer accused the Chinese government of wanting to take over Australian ports to get the nation’s resources for free.

When host Tony Jones asked Mr Palmer about allegations he funnelled millions of dollars out of a business bank account to fund his election campaign, the mining magnate and MP said he was “owed about $500 million by the Communist Chinese government”.

“We’ll be suing them and they’ll be answering the questions. We’ve had three judgements in the Federal…

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  1. […] Originally posted on China Daily Mail:Clive Palmer dined and wooed Chinese investors in the hope of replicating a trick that turned him into one of Australia’s richest men. But he didn’t pull it off. Clive Palmer has launched an extraordinary attack on China’s government, calling them “mongrels” who “shoot their own people”. The head… Like this? Read more and get your own subscription at […]


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