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Australia's ex-PM said what?

The ex-Australian PM, Julia Gillard, really deserves condemnation if she was serious when making this statement when speaking at the Centre for American Progress in Washington the other day....

"Ms Gillard, addressing the think tank, said she supported Mr Obama's pivot strategy.

Amid reports of American spies monitoring the phone of German chancellor Angela Merkel, Ms Gillard joked that she was not worried if the United States listened to her telephone.

"If my telephone was intercepted when I was prime minister, all that anybody would have heard would have been praise for president Obama," Gillard said."


How nauseating!    And just reflect on how Angela Merkel has responded to her private mobile having been the subject of eavesdropping.

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