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19 hours ago, dimitriv said:

 

 

There was an interesting article about Uighurs and other minorities in China on https://apnews.com/269b3de1af34e17c1941a514f78d764c

 

 

... is leading to what some experts are calling a form of “demographic genocide.”

 

The state regularly subjects minority women to pregnancy checks, and forces intrauterine devices, sterilization and even abortion on hundreds of thousands, the interviews and data show...

 

But the world is silent.   Concentration camps, genocide, sterilization. Where did we see that before ?  What happened with "never again" ?

 

 

 

 

 

There is no doubt that China has some serious human rights issues . It also appears to be seeking to expand its territory  by what ever mean it takes , massive loans by way of construction projects in several countries .

Today is the anniversary of the Hong Kong handover and also the introduction of the new China laws to Hong Kong . So today is a H/K holiday and there will no doubt demonstrations on the streets of H/K and under the new laws the demonstrators will be removed and imprisoned in China .  

When will the world wake up to the tyrannical CCP ?   Trade wars of boycotting Chinese goods could have an impact ? 

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5 minutes ago, superal said:

There is no doubt that China has some serious human rights issues . It also appears to be seeking to expand its territory  by what ever mean it takes , massive loans by way of construction projects in several countries .

Today is the anniversary of the Hong Kong handover and also the introduction of the new China laws to Hong Kong . So today is a H/K holiday and there will no doubt demonstrations on the streets of H/K and under the new laws the demonstrators will be removed and imprisoned in China .  

When will the world wake up to the tyrannical CCP ?   Trade wars of boycotting Chinese goods could have an impact ? 

The democrats in America have successfully turned Americans against themselves, so I don't see America having the focus or resolve in any foreseeable future to devote much attention to the China threat. Systematic racism is now America's number one priority. China? China who? Racist police officers, a vastly greater threat.

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Amusing to read trump supporters accusing Democrats of doing what actually trump does / fails to do. Classic trump doublethink. e.g.

 

"The democrats in America have successfully turned Americans against themselves"

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5 minutes ago, simple1 said:

Amusing to read trump supporters accusing Democrats of doing what actually trump does / fails to do. Classic trump doublethink.

Care to elaborate? And by the way, I'm not really a Trump supporter, I'm an Identitarian, politically-correct, collectivistic, emotionalist Democrat-despiser. Trump just happens to be the lesser of two evils when compared to the likes of you and your ilk.

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4 minutes ago, OZinPattaya said:

Care to elaborate?

try reading my post

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51 minutes ago, OZinPattaya said:

Elect the democrats in 2020 and you'll hear even less than a squeak. And at least be honest. The only thing China fears about the West is Trump. It has no reason whatever to fear anyone or anything else.

Hard to fear when China has a grip on Trump's grapefruit. Similar Putin and Kim are playing Trump like a fiddle. All of those leaders mentioned have lifetime presidency; Trump is out-going and is more bark than bite. According to Bolton, Trump crumbled at the feet of Xi pleading for him to save his election. So much for your self indulgence in believing Trump is a strong man and the best deal maker. 😃

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12 minutes ago, Eric Loh said:

Hard to fear when China has a grip on Trump's grapefruit. Similar Putin and Kim are playing Trump like a fiddle. All of those leaders mentioned have lifetime presidency; Trump is out-going and is more bark than bite. According to Bolton, Trump crumbled at the feet of Xi pleading for him to save his election. So much for your self indulgence in believing Trump is a strong man and the best deal maker. 😃

Okay, so what's the better option? Biden? What exactly is your alternative? Where's the "strong man" in the democratic party? Well, there isn't one, is there? The best you guys could produce is a trembling old man who on a good day can read from a teleprompter.

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5 minutes ago, OZinPattaya said:

Okay, so what's the better option? Biden? What exactly is your alternative? Where's the "strong man" in the democratic party? Well, there isn't one, is there? At least it's China that has Trump's grapefruit in a vise, and not some fat hag he calls his wife.

The better option is to rally your allies to confront China. Biden has much incumbency working with Obama and allies to confront China like stepping up WTO trade enforcement measures and blocking several high profile acquisition deals involving China. TPP excluded China was a measure to block China trade influence. All these measures were truncated by Trump's combative and unilateral policy, rejecting TPP and alienating the allies. Biden's foreign policy will be a huge improvement.

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1 minute ago, Eric Loh said:

The better option is to rally your allies to confront China. Biden has much incumbency working with Obama and allies to confront China like stepping up WTO trade enforcement measures and blocking several high profile acquisition deals involving China. TPP excluded China was a measure to block China trade influence. All these measures were truncated by Trump's combative and unilateral policy, rejecting TPP and alienating the allies. Biden's foreign policy will be a huge improvement.

Yes, try rallying those allies and see where that gets you. And we all know how hawkish Obama was with regards to China. Biden has publicly stated that he does not even consider China a threat. Trump's unilateralism is predicated upon the complete lack of teeth where western powers have sought to appease China rather than defy it. Does Biden even have a foreign policy? This is the first I've heard of it.

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1 hour ago, ExpatOilWorker said:

 

 

Out of China’s population of 1.4 billion, there are nearly 34 million more males than females — the equivalent of almost the entire population of California, or Poland, who will never find wives and only rarely have sex.

 

https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/2018/world/too-many-men/

Two years ago, while dining at a restaurant on Bar Street, Siem Reap, I noticed a table of eight young Chinese men seated next to my party.  Objectively, they were all quite ugly.  They had a well-dressed, attractive young Chinese lady to translate dinner orders.  She was constantly on her phone.

We paid our bill and left.  Later, I think I figured this out.  The ugly Chinese men had paid for this trip to Siem Reap to find Cambodian wives to bring home.  Those marriages usually end quickly with tragic results.

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7 minutes ago, Eric Loh said:

The better option is to rally your allies to confront China. Biden has much incumbency working with Obama and allies to confront China like stepping up WTO trade enforcement measures and blocking several high profile acquisition deals involving China. TPP excluded China was a measure to block China trade influence. All these measures were truncated by Trump's combative and unilateral policy, rejecting TPP and alienating the allies. Biden's foreign policy will be a huge improvement.

Biden also has a wealth of experience working with world leaders is a team player and a decent person not a narssisitc laughing stalk like trump trump Has us in full retreat on all fronts anyone would be a vast improvement over trump and keep in mind Biden was a key person in the TEAM that got us out of trouble last time!

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Trump doesn’t want to get into a war, especially since John Bolton has left the administration.  Biden and his son Hunter both love China and have profited handsomely from them.

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11 minutes ago, OZinPattaya said:

Yes, try rallying those allies and see where that gets you. And we all know how hawkish Obama was with regards to China. Biden has publicly stated that he does not even consider China a threat. Trump's unilateralism is predicated upon the complete lack of teeth where western powers have sought to appease China rather than defy it. Does Biden even have a foreign policy? This is the first I've heard of it.

That is lots of things you can't fathom but yet you able to string a post. 

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1 minute ago, Tug said:

Biden also has a wealth of experience working with world leaders is a team player and a decent person not a narssisitc laughing stalk like trump trump Has us in full retreat on all fronts anyone would be a vast improvement over trump and keep in mind Biden was a key person in the TEAM that got us out of trouble last time!

That is what you think of Biden, which matters not at all. This is what the CCP thinks: Old, fragile, weak-willed, easy forestalled and manipulated, careerist, nothing to fear. You think the CCP is only holding back for lack of a "team-player" from the West? Because the CCP wants only to play by the rules, right? And do only what's fair? And that's what's going to be so comical watching the Dems trying to deal with the CCP.

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