20 thoughts on “NSA, Australia spying on Indonesian president

    • Hi, what is your source for the claim that the Indonesian government supposedly bugged Australian embassies and private phones? That accusation was not in Australian PM Tony Abbott’s reaction to the bugging of the Indonesian president, his wife, etc by Australian spies; as reported in the media of Rupert Murdoch (who bugs the British royal family, the phone of a dead young girl, etc. etc.). Abbott did not say: “Bugging is wrong, what [supposedly] Indonesian spies did was wrong, and what our spies did was wrong too”. No, he said that bugging was right (“as long as WE do it”).


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