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That's so true.   Left wing regimes murder millions......something the SJW's can't understand.

We should be air dropping them rifles, pistols, explosives, anything they need to fight against communism. Communism is pure evil, it is responsible for some of the worst atrocities, in human his

It was very strange how western economies went from making things to selling imports in the early 90s. A friend was doing small company audits in East Anglia in the early 90s and he said that non

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Fat Pang had tweeted about how cuntish China is.

https://hongkongfp.com/2020/05/22/ex-hong-kong-governor-chris-patten-condemned-to-everlasting-infamy-for-meddling-says-beijing-spokesperson/

His tweet was retweeted, and a respected commentator was going Oh if only UK was still in EU, which has force/power to punish China.

Except the EU fucking will not.

The EU could not organise an arse kicking for Russia when Russia was on it's back and invading undermining its neighbours.

Germany blocked all EUs Russian responses, as it needed Russian gas n it's old Pols were in Russias pocket.

EU will do fuck all on China as it's too far away and the smaller countries have been bought.

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Though that's now another 7.4m people within China who don't like the Chinese government; on top of the Tibetans, internal dissidents and muzzers.

That's beginning to set it up for failure in the same way that happened to the Soviet Union.

All that it will take to start the collapse is a big recession.

Tick tick tick.

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1 minute ago, dgul said:

It was always inevitable.

 

I can remember the live UK TV news feed of waiting... waiting... and waiting for Chinese PLA soldiers to drive across the border and take-over HK as the other Empire sailed away amidst echoes of God Save the Queen and the clink - no, not chink - of gin & tonic glasses.

The BBC were trying to portray themselves as heroic advocates of democracy, akin to the last helicopter out of Saigon, gallantly staying behind to report on the impending red peril and their, not so much, undertone anticipated blood-bath of the HK Chinese.

How little did we know then. If we knew then what we all know now we would have stuck all our money into HK property and electronics companies. This time next decade Chan-King, we'll all be billionaires owning Vancouver and Sydney.

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2 minutes ago, Frank Hovis said:

Though that's now another 7.4m people within China who don't like the Chinese government; on top of the Tibetans, internal dissidents and muzzers.

That's beginning to set it up for failure in the same way that happened to the Soviet Union.

All that it will take to start the collapse is a big recession.

Tick tick tick.

That has been my tin foil hat theory for quite a while ,it`s looking less tin foil hat by the day   

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2 minutes ago, Frank Hovis said:

Though that's now another 7.4m people within China who don't like the Chinese government; on top of the Tibetans, internal dissidents and muzzers.

That's beginning to set it up for failure in the same way that happened to the Soviet Union.

All that it will take to start the collapse is a big recession.

Tick tick tick.

 

Still bugger all in the grand scheme of their 1.2 billion or however many they have this week.

I keep telling people that killing a few million in Hubei Province in order to cover a plot to take down the rest of the world with a virus is nothing to the CCP. It would have been nothing to the Emperors and warlords who ruled China before the Communists.

I read a week or two back that the Tibetans are basically being wiped out genetically and will more or less cease to exist in 1 or 2 generations. They have been replaced. There is probably a Tibetan thread somewhere titled 'The Chinesefication of Tibet'.

But, yes, the longer term plan is that the West tries to get China to break up into ethnic groups and becomes different countries. The West will hope that they will get a few tame warlords running the show so that Apple and Google can still make their tat there.

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1 minute ago, spygirl said:

 

Ah, him. Isn't he the mandarin - did you see what I did there - who wanted Hong Kong to be a buoyant, independent country trading openly with the rest of the world who later said some nasty things about BREXIT and the UK being able to successfully go it alone?

 

 

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5 minutes ago, The Masked Tulip said:

 

I can remember the live UK TV news feed of waiting... waiting... and waiting for Chinese PLA soldiers to drive across the border and take-over HK as the other Empire sailed away amidst echoes of God Save the Queen and the clink - no, not chink - of gin & tonic glasses.

The BBC were trying to portray themselves as heroic advocates of democracy, akin to the last helicopter out of Saigon, gallantly staying behind to report on the impending red peril and their, not so much, undertone anticipated blood-bath of the HK Chinese.

How little did we know then. If we knew then what we all know now we would have stuck all our money into HK property and electronics companies. This time next decade Chan-King, we'll all be billionaires owning Vancouver and Sydney.

HK property is beyond bent.

HK plebs get screwed by a monopolistic capitalism system from the tycoons who control real estate AND a bent Marxist government controlling HK, who kept the tycoons.

When push comes to shive the Marists will throw the tycoons on the fire to try n save themselves.

Expect some criminal charge against LK and various members executed.

Theres no money in HK, just flow of cash from China and people pretending they are not dealing with marxists.

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12 minutes ago, Frank Hovis said:

Though that's now another 7.4m people within China who don't like the Chinese government; on top of the Tibetans, internal dissidents and muzzers.

That's beginning to set it up for failure in the same way that happened to the Soviet Union.

All that it will take to start the collapse is a big recession.

Tick tick tick.

I like your thinking. :)

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1 minute ago, The Masked Tulip said:

 

Still bugger all in the grand scheme of their 1.2 billion or however many they have this week.

I keep telling people that killing a few million in Hubei Province in order to cover a plot to take down the rest of the world with a virus is nothing to the CCP. It would have been nothing to the Emperors and warlords who ruled China before the Communists.

I read a week or two back that the Tibetans are basically being wiped out genetically and will more or less cease to exist in 1 or 2 generations. They have been replaced. There is probably a Tibetan thread somewhere titled 'The Chinesefication of Tibet'.

But, yes, the longer term plan is that the West tries to get China to break up into ethnic groups and becomes different countries. The West will hope that they will get a few tame warlords running the show so that Apple and Google can still make their tat there.

It`s the banking sector that is/could be a huge problem ,it`s China's $ generating machine and it facilitates how the Chinese get their $ out of China 

This has sweet FA to do with territory ,when they run out of $ they are fucked  

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China has described Australia as 'Chewing gum stuck to your shoe....something to remove with a stone'.

Very aggressive talk and they've followed it up with 80% tariff on wheat imports, banning meat from 4 suppliers, threatening to stop coal imports...etc And all because China has called for an International enquiry where the virus came from.

They're doing this to threaten The West.    We need to be very careful how we deal with these people in the future. 

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14 minutes ago, Wahoo said:

China has described Australia as 'Chewing gum stuck to your shoe....something to remove with a stone'.

Very aggressive talk and they've followed it up with 80% tariff on wheat imports, banning meat from 4 suppliers, threatening to stop coal imports...etc And all because China has called for an International enquiry where the virus came from.

They're doing this to threaten The West.    We need to be very careful how we deal with these people in the future. 

Yes, Australia is being used by China as a proxy for the entire West.

In a way, it serves the daft Aussie cunts right for selling their arses to the Chinese for a quick profit. 

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Just now, Option5 said:

Me neither, but?

Boris Johnson forced to reduce Huawei’s role in UK’s 5G networks
Boris Johnson forced to reduce Huawei’s role in UK’s 5G networks.

Boris Johnson forced to reduce Huawei’s role in UK’s 5G networks
Boris Johnson forced to reduce Huawei’s role in UK’s 5G networks

https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2020/may/22/boris-johnson-forced-to-reduce-huaweis-role-in-uks-5g-networks?CMP=Share_AndroidApp_Notepad

 

 

IMO it`s CCP 5G or a trade deal and security cooperation with the USA ,having both is no longer a options 

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3 minutes ago, Long time lurking said:

IMO it`s CCP 5G or a trade deal and security cooperation with the USA ,having both is no longer a options 

Absolutely. Time for us to show we know which side our bread is buttered. I don't think the Huawei 5G network in the UK will happen.

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We should be air dropping them rifles, pistols, explosives, anything they need to fight against communism.

Communism is pure evil, it is responsible for some of the worst atrocities, in human history. 

Watch Taiwan - that is on china's list too. It is beginning to feel a little like the 1930's when a we could have taken military action to prevent Hitler's expansion. Sadly again I think we will avoid action until it is too late and the cost will be much worse

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