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Post time 2013-9-6 15:23:22 |Display all floors
Flamboyant Australian billionaire Clive Palmer on Thursday said he plans to sue Rupert Murdoch over unflattering allegations and claimed the media mogul's estranged wife is a Chinese spy.
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Australian billionaire, Clive Palmer, pictured in Sydney, on August 27, 2013

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Rupert Murdoch and Wendy Deng, pictured in Beverly Hills, on January 13, 2013
Palmer, best known for building a replica of the Titanic and who is running for election in Australia on Saturday, seethed over a comment piece questioning his wealth and whether he was indeed a university professor and a mining magnate, as he claims.
Murdoch's flagship The Australian ran the story on its front page under the headline "Why we need to worry about the real Mr Palmer", alleging he was "a man with a history of peddling fantasies that often morph into a unique version of 'reality'".

According to the latest polls, the Palmer United Party is on track to win a Senate seat in his home state of Queensland and the daily said it would allow him to "exert his unsubtle influence in Canberra".

"Contrary to the flim-flam and spin, Clive Frederick Palmer is not a professor, not an adviser to the G20, not a mining magnate, not a legal guru and not an advocate for freedom of speech. He's probably not a billionaire," the newspaper said.

The broadsheet is backing conservative opposition leader Tony Abbott to win the election and said it had spent months examining Palmer's track record.

Palmer, who says he has made his money in mining and is also a real estate developer and tourism resort operator, was a long-time supporter of Abbott's Liberal-National coalition. He tore up his membership last year after a bitter, public dispute and set up his own party.

He accused Australian-born Murdoch, now a US citizen, of telling his reporters what to write and said he needed to be brought to account.

"Murdoch will be sued by me today and will be brought to Australia to answer these questions in the Supreme Court," he told the Seven Network.

"It's time this fellow was brought to account, this foreigner who tries to dictate what we do."

In a separate interview with the Nine Network, Palmer made extraordinary claims about Murdoch's estranged wife Wendi Deng.
"'You know, Rupert Murdoch's wife Wendi Deng is a Chinese spy, and that's been right across the world,'' Palmer alleged, prompting the stunned host to ask whether he had "lost the plot".

"She's been spying on Rupert for years. She was trained in southern China. I'm telling you the truth," Palmer said.
"That's why Rupert got rid of her."

He continued: "And this guy (Murdoch) wants to control Australian politics. He wants to control what you think."
The Palmer United Party is fielding candidates in each of the 150 seats in the House of Representatives and 18 Senate candidates across the eight states and territories as it spreads its populist message, which includes slashing taxation.

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Post time 2013-9-7 15:20:43 |Display all floors
I don't like Palmer at all. I hope he eats himself to death
(beast ex machina)

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Post time 2013-9-8 03:01:51 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2013-9-8 03:03

If you are a David looking for a claim to kingship, you need to find a Goliath to attack with your slingshot.  It might be a long shot, but if it works, it works.  Everyone knows Deng is not a spy, because she probably had been checked out by Murdoch and company a dozen times already.  So, to hit a lady when she is down shows a lack of civility and sensibility.  What he is trying to prevent is a reunion of Murdoch and Deng, because the Duo could have secured Murdoch a very lucrative business in China, but unfortunately, all the goodwill that Deng tried to generate for News Corp has been intentionally negated by the other big players through their Anti-China media outputs, not so much because they loved democracy more, but because they wanted to oust Deng from his empire that they wsh to inherit or take over compleat.

If Murdoch had shut up the clowns who kept needling China with their baseless accusations, negating all the hard work Deng had done for him to secure the China market, he would have been ten times richer than he is today.

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Post time 2013-9-8 12:58:39 |Display all floors
she is ur typical chinese gold digger that likes rich foreigners its the joy luck club kind of thing.

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Post time 2013-9-8 13:08:55 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2013-9-8 13:21

Wendi Deng is not just a loyal wife, who watches over the diet and health of her aging hubby, she helps him fight off external threats and internal intrigues, as a result of which she has been mortally wounded . . . and left to die in the battlefield.  But Wendi is a strong person, she will become successful in her own right, win her own fights, and succeed beyond the wildest dreams of her detractors.  Zukerberg is the lucky son of a gun, because he not only got good advice, he follows it.


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Post time 2013-9-8 13:16:05 |Display all floors
shokenchi Post time: 2013-9-8 12:58
she is ur typical chinese gold digger that likes rich foreigners  its the joy luck club kind of  ...

How is she different from an Australian, British or American gold-digger?

In case you don't know, she digs the gold for her husband.

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Post time 2013-9-8 23:39:35 |Display all floors
i wouldnt say women are gold digger in term of marry rich olderman but i WOULD men are dumdum to begin with especially lookin for younger chic & given away millions  {:soso_e114:}{:soso_e113:}{:soso_e135:}
a man who uses his hands is a laborer. one who uses his hands and his mind is a craftsman. but he who uses his hands, his mind, and his heart, is an artist...

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