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文章原始标题:China furious after US warns against arming Russia: ‘The US is in no position to tell China what to do’


Secretary of State Antony Blinken made the accusation over the weekend, which drew a furious response from China.


We should be thinking of exit strategies from dependencies on China. They manufacture everything but it would be cheaper in Mexico but then there are the Cartels. We could move plants to Ohio, West Virginia and other mining towns to bring back the once thriving economies in those areas. - UP: 200 DN: 16


Hank > Anika
For enough money, Mexico could get rid of the cartels. It would also put a dent in some of our border issues. I think investments and accountability in Central America would be a much better solution to illegal immigration and our worries with China than just trying to keep people out of our country. - UP: 55 DN: 7


Blades > Hank
Several articles and people I have seen talking about labor in Mexico vs China, stated that it's cheaper to produce in Mexico now, and the products are superior due to a better trained workforce. - UP: 8 DN: 2


floyd > Hank
Not enough money in the world. Look at the vast majority of the "latin" governments. Not exactly well run or honest - UP: 0 DN: 0


We need to uncouple with China urgently. We should have a strategy to onshore all primary and secondary industries in the shortest timeline possible. They should lose “most favored” status and frankly be treated as a hostile competitor. - UP: 48 DN: 9


Joe J > daniel
And then what, back to the old nuclear feared Cold War? - UP: 2 DN: 0


EddieB > Joe J
That might be better than what we have now - UP: 0 DN: 0


Kiss > daniel
We could but it will take a long time because people are used to cheap prices . Simple example : 20 ton bottle jack , USA made $375 , China made $60 . Imagine if cellphones were made here in USA , they will most likely be north of $3000 each . - UP: 0 DN: 1


thomas > daniel
you are right but if we uncouple from china it almost certainly mean war. - UP: 0 DN: 0


Harold Erich > daniel
Good then they'll have zero incentive to stand by idle - UP: 0 DN: 0


Derek > daniel
How do you "uncouple" from someone you ow billions/trillions to without paying them? - UP: 0 DN: 0


Michael > Derek
Sanction them trillions for stealing are technology. For loss of income that would write off most of the debt. But first we need to find a solution to all are imports. - UP: 0 DN: 0


Texas > Derek
Easy pay them and stop funding wars. Biden making it rain in Ukraine! - UP: 0 DN: 0


EddieB > Derek
Have you ever heard the old saying?If you owe the bank a $1,000, it's your problem.If you owe the bank a $1,000,000, that's the bank's problem. - UP: 0 DN: 0


Ben > daniel
And what is holding you back? - UP: 0 DN: 1


Pogi > daniel
Too late...... - UP: 0 DN: 0


The Chinese must recognize that the United States has not attempted to dictate what China must do. As a sovereign country it is free to choose its own course. However, for all behaviors there are consequences. It should be prepared to bear the consequences of its choices. The US was simply informing the Chinese what to expect if certain behavior is acted upon. Really, just to be fair so there are no surprises. - UP: 66 DN: 18


Kiyo > Bob
Bob, you are right. China can do anything they want but the U.S. can also do anything we want. If we don't like what China does, we could take a counter measure. They are increasingly doing what a responsible nation would not do. - UP: 1 DN: 1


Alex > Bob
The US did not dictate but officially warned China. Warning is not equal to informing. Even a 6 grader can see it. - UP: 4 DN: 4


Pogi > Bob
What really needs to happen is for the USA to MInd its Own Business for once and take care of its own country which is falling apart rapidly. - UP: 2 DN: 3


CMAN > Bob
Time to do a naval blockade of the Straight of Malacca and cut off their oil supply. They won’t send anything then! - UP: 3 DN: 2

是时候封锁马六甲海峡,切断他们的石油供应了。 这样他们就不会运来任何东西了!

Putin forgets, China needs the US and EU to make any money, it wouldn't be hard for both to stop imports from China. Yes, it would hurt for awhile, but factories can be built in other places and China is already seeing a exodus of companies seeking cheaper labor in Africa and other Asian countries. - UP: 105 DN: 32


Michelle > Mike
Unfortunately it is not that clean cut and that quickly done. We are in a deficit and who is going to fund the factories? In the meantime, mostly all of our medications come from china. It's a great idea but just not that quickly realistic in many areas. - UP: 1 DN: 0


Nc > Mike
Yes it would capitalism is not influenced by political logic. It is only influenced by greed. We are economically entangled with China. If we pull out we hurt ourselves - UP: 1 DN: 0


schemer100554 > Mike
It would absolutely take the United States 5 years to start producing what China exports monthly. , all your appliances made in China all your auto parts made in China your computer that runs your car made in China, your prescr1ption medicines are made in China, you throw out everything you have that is made in China and you want have anything left - UP: 2 DN: 0


Patrick > Mike
You forgot to mention that the US and EU need China to manufacture a large percentage of the goods on the markets in the West. The transfer of money to China from the West is not charity...smh... How long will it take to recreate the supply chaine to the US and EU if you want to build factories in places like Africa? - UP: 1 DN: 0

你忘了提到,美国和欧盟需要中国来制造西方市场上很大比例的商品。西方向中国转移资金并不是慈善... 哎... 如果你想在非洲这样的地方建工厂,需要多长的时间才能重建美国和欧盟的供应链?

Lexa > Mike
yes, it'd be hard to avoid another super inflation which Feds would not likely to overcome. - UP: 0 DN: 0


Jeremy B > Mike
Do you have any idea what and how much we import from China? At this point if we stopped those imports it would devistate EVERYTHING from medicine to automotive. On top of that we would see a huge increase in cost for such goods produced in China all across the board. Not to mention the lives lost due to lack of much needed and critical meds produced in China. - UP: 0 DN: 0


watch man > Mike
China will do fine with out the US buying from them... - UP: 2 DN: 0


Sylmar > Mike
It took years to transfer our production facilities to China! It will take years to bring them back. We lost the skilled workers too when the jobs left That won't return easily either! In fact, most of the companies aren't looking to come back, just find the next place to go! Most likely India! - UP: 0 DN: 0


bernardo > Mike
U.S. based businesses may eventually expect to be seized and expropriated if in China's best interest. Good bye to Apple i-phones among other tech hardware. - UP: 0 DN: 0


Alex > Mike
The EU will back down and the US needs China more than they need us. Obama pushed China and Russia together and now Biden is doing his best to cement the relationship. Historically the two countries weren't close. The simple fact is that China is well within their right to send arms to Russia. - UP: 0 DN: 0


Dre > Mike
We couldnt even get by during COVID without masks lol. Sure, keep dreaming, Mike. - UP: 2 DN: 1


Joseph > Mike
It would hurt for "a while"? It will hurt for years to come. - UP: 0 DN: 0


Marcus2 > Mike
I can't think of a single thing that China makes that we need...90% of it is cheap dollar store or Walmart junk - UP: 0 DN: 0

我想不出我们需要中国制造的任何东西... 90%都是廉价的一元店或者沃尔玛的垃圾

I see a lot of comments here from people who think we have all the leverage with China because we buy almost everything from them. We don't hold all the cards, not by a long shot. This administration needs to get serious about China in a hurry or we are in real trouble. - UP: 61 DN: 18


Sid > John
Nope. Western markets control China's rise and fall; absent which, who are they going sell their products to? Russia will remain in depression; India is their arch enemy; Japan and South Korea don't need them; wealthy oil countries have no use for them either, thus forcing China to depend on poor Asian, African, and Latin American countries. Not much of an economically viable alternative! - UP: 18 DN: 4


M. > Sid
China has a very healthy population to sell to. They have a growing middle class. They are also shoring up relationships with Latin American and African countries. Those countries are not as wealthy as the US and EU but they are making economic progress. More importantly, they have a wealth of natural resources that China is looking to tap into to further its own economic growth. China is smart by working with them to build up infrastructures and investing in these countries economically instead of just giving handouts like the US.


yo > Sid
Poor people can’t afford products not made in China therefore the dependence on them is as much as they depend on us


Dre > Sid
You sound like those don't buy gas on this day "protest" event. Everyone knows you fueled up the day before or after the event. lol


Dave Moldy > Sid
Sid, America has around 340 million people. There is another WORLD apart from America, and they have money, too. You are NOT the centre of the universe.


Pogi > Sid
Dream On


torah oglander > John
It's not just the responsibility of the president. We all need to do our own part and start makings smarter purchase decisions that don't continue to make the problem worse.We need to start doing things like build our own stuff, and recycle our own materials for the sake of long-term survival. - UP: 3 DN: 0


Alex > John
That's like saying the crack addict holds all the cards over the dealer. - UP: 4 DN: 0


Lewis > John
losing sales to europe and usa kills the great chinese miracle. that's cards enough to win the pot. - UP: 0 DN: 0


For the love of Pete, get out of china! Get out of china, get out of china! Yes, it will be painful at first, but the LONG term security of the nation is at stake. Where would china be if it wasn’t for the Trillions of dollars of foreign investment it has received over decades. Big mistake. I regret shopping at Walmart all these years. - UP: 39 DN: 8


Michelle > RJ
I hear ya RJ. I just hope we have a chance. We've been complacent and lazy too long. - UP: 3 DN: 0


Some people call me Maurice > RJ
i remember in the 1980s, Walmart was promoting "made in USA" with their products. on the boxes there was an American flag with the "proudly made". we don't see that anymore unfortunately. - UP: 0 DN: 0


Alex > RJ
It's too late now. No other county(s) could make up for the workforce and factories that China has. Ending trade with them would plunge us into a depression. - UP: 0 DN: 2


rod > RJ
Got too many capitalists that control congress to get out swiftly This has to come from us citizens to stickBiden executive order to fraught with political potholes - UP: 0 DN: 0


If you want to send China a message, stop buying their products. Find another supplier. There is one just south of the U.S.. just learn to develope the market without exploiting and stealing their efforts. - UP: 39 DN: 5


Alex > Fred
What supplier? Where is this magical land that has the number of factories needed to replace China? There isn't any and China knows it. Then there's the whole problem of cost and inflation. How many people could afford an iPhone that costs more than twice what it does now? Think of all the stuff that we buy from them and the scale of trying to find somewhere else that has the labor force needed to man the factories that don't exist who can make stuff at a price average people in the US can afford. - UP: 3 DN: 0


Allan > Fred
The products you see, “made in China” weren’t sold directly from Chinese companies to US. Those products were ordered and made for specifications from the US distribution companies…. - UP: 1 DN: 0


Beach Person > Fred
Half of the ones to the South, are already Illegally in America taking our jobs, in this Biden era. - UP: 2 DN: 1


Peter > Fred
Dream on, it will not happen. We are already to dependent on China and can't get out anymore. - UP: 1 DN: 3


NotQuite > Fred
If you don't exploit it you won't get cheap goods. - UP: 0 DN: 0


Stop all tade with china. We are feeding a wolf that is going to go at our throat at some point. They do not share our beliefs in democracy and freedom. Our countrys vulnerability to corporate influence has empowered what will ultimately be our top adversary, china. - UP: 17 DN: 2


De Fletcher > Ken
You think china economy is dependent on the US market only? China economic tentacles is spread across the length n breadth of the globe. From africa to Asia and Europe. - UP: 1 DN: 0


Joe J > Ken
You should worry about the value of your 32T debt going bust. - UP: 2 DN: 0


Krytonite > Ken
You need economics 101 - UP: 0 DN: 0


What I find interesting is that we are slowly sliding into WWIII -- because this one is starting in a way that mixes the way that WWI and WWII started. - UP: 4 DN: 0


China is free to arm Russia as much as they want. We are free to cut off ties with China and watch their economy crumble right alongside Russia's. - UP: 61 DN: 13


Hank > Brandon
It would also be devastating to our own economy. - UP: 8 DN: 1


Alexander > Brandon
I think ours would crumble first. At least in china they still make things, we don't. - UP: 5 DN: 1


A. Hamilton > Brandon
China's exports represent 19% of China's GDP. Of that exports to USA is about 14% of total exports. Do the Arithmetic. For China USA is irrelevant. - UP: 2 DN: 3

中国的出口占中国 GDP 的19% 。其中,对美国的出口约占总出口的14%。算一算吧。对中国来说,美国无关紧要。

Karol > Brandon
What do you think will happen to the US economy if we cut ties with China?US telling China publicly not to arm Russia will result in China arming Russia just to show they don’t have to listen to the U.S. This should have never been stated publicly. Another foreign policy failure by the Biden administration and the list of failures is getting long. - UP: 2 DN: 6


M. > Brandon
So far, despite all the sanctions slapped in them, the Russian economy is holding upMuch better than expected. China has developed trade relationships with other countries besides the U.S. Neither one of them will shrivel and crumble. - UP: 0 DN: 0


jacl > Brandon
That means that it will be, 3 crumbling economies - UP: 0 DN: 0


Zohaib Munir > Brandon
It is not that easy. Do you know how much debt US owes to China? You don't mess with your bank. - UP: 0 DN: 0


Alex > Brandon
We just hit sky high inflation in part because of the reduce flow of goods from China due to COVID. Only a fool would think that we could go cold turkey and prosper. - UP: 1 DN: 1


If China demanded the US to stop suppling equipment and funds to Ukraine, would we? NoSo what would give the US any reason to believe that demanding another nation not to supply the same aid to Russia? The US/NATO is helping Ukraine, China is helping Russia. This is how wars are fought, with 2 sides with their allies. Read history. - UP: 32 DN: 16


p c > tenne68
The US and NATO are funding a country that has been invaded. So, China is supporting a country that has decided to invade a neighbor? - UP: 9 DN: 2


Earnest80 > p c
Their aim is to destroy Russia .They don’t care about Ukraine - UP: 1 DN: 2


J T > p c
The US invaded Afghanistan, Iraq and killing millions of Muslims - UP: 0 DN: 2


Moby > J T
They were harboring a group that was launching terrorist attacks against the US. - UP: 1 DN: 0


harry > tenne68
China has no guts , shift production in Mexico and send China into the cold ages. USA is a the biggest consumer of Chinese goods. - UP: 9 DN: 3


Anthony > harry
So shift production to a country that we’re trying to stop immigrants from coming from. On top of that Mexico is a nation littered with cartel wars. They don’t have the manpower or the skilled workers to take over for China in that regard. How about we go through 10 years without getting involved in other countries business. Sure we could give aid, actual aid, which is good and medicine. Not guns, ammo, and cash. - UP: 1 DN: 0


Earnest80 > harry
China and USA are attached to one cord if one dies the other dies - UP: 0 DN: 0


No one tells China what to do. But I wonder what they would think of having the same sanctions leveled against them that on Russia? If China lost all economic interests in the US and Europe, Russia would not replace the loss to their economy. It will take time but the Russian economy will eventually fall into complete collapse because of sanctions. - UP: 38 DN: 24


Karol > Bill
Unlike Russia, China can really hurt the U.S. economically. They control the majority of the world’s rare earth metal production. - UP: 5 DN: 2


Marcus2 > Karol
mutual death....on some level, ..but China loses way worse - UP: 1 DN: 2

在某种程度上...共同灭亡... 但中国会输得更惨

me > Bill
China does business with the world. They are in thick with Russia, India, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Iran and many other nations. Do you honestly think they need the USA or European nations to do well? - UP: 3 DN: 0


Marcus2 > me
LOL...the USA represents 70% of Chinese exports...they aren't replacing that with Iran, Russia or the turban wearers in Saudi Arabia - UP: 0 DN: 0

哈哈... 美国占中国出口的70%... 他们不会用伊朗、俄罗斯或沙特阿拉伯戴头巾的来替代

Ryan > Bill
Bill… we tried to have a trade war with China already. How did it go? Do you think China cannot sanction back? - UP: 2 DN: 0

Bill... 我们已经尝试和中国打贸易战了。结果怎么样了?你认为中国不会反制裁吗?

bigal > Bill
And then where would we get the vast majority of our prescr1ption and over-the-counter medicines? The lag time in a change would be deadly for many. - UP: 0 DN: 0


jacl > Bill
Lol first keep dreaming. When china starts cashing in on all those bonds and we default let's see who would have the last laugh. Sanctions are not done immediately they're done strategically. Why do you think India hasn't been sanctioned. We will not tell China what to do I don't care how many threats Biden and blinken trying to put in the air as if they are tough. - UP: 2 DN: 2


Marcus2 > jacl
Cash them in where you imbecile?...keep bloing China, Trump and Putin - UP: 0 DN: 0

要去哪里变现,你这白痴?... 就继续吹嘘中国、特朗普和普京吧

tim > Marcus2
spoken like a true rube - UP: 0 DN: 0


jacl > Marcus2
ummm ok. i'm trying to figure why you're so mad and full of hate dude? Are you mad because china is going to supply russians with weapons and there's nothing you can do about it? now you're thinking "omg that means trump is going to win , trump is goign to win". and i dont mean win the election .. i mean win the russo-Ukr war.. I wonder how many imbeciles believe he has somethign to do with that? never mind.. have a good day hateful liberal - UP: 0 DN: 0

呃... 好的。我想知道你为什么这么生气呢,这么恨我吗?你生气是因为中国向俄罗斯提供武器,而你们却无能为力吗?现在你在想“我的天哪,这意味着特朗普会赢,特朗普会赢的”。我不是说赢得选举... 我是说赢得俄乌战争... 我想知道有多少傻逼相信他和这件事有关?算了... 祝你愉快,可憎的自由派。

NotQuite > Bill
I mean if Russia, India, china form a trade block, that is a substantial portion of the economy of the world. I'm sure much of Asia, Africa and s America would still do business with them. It doesn't help that we are so far in debt if china sold our bonds, they would lose money but our currency would fall. Saudi Arabia is already talking about accepting other currency. Our hedgmony requires us to not alienate everyone at once. I am starting to think Trump wasn't the war monger we were told. Ww3 starter seems to go to Biden on this one. Idk why democrats love violence and death so much. - UP: 0 DN: 0


Marcus2 > NotQuite
China's economy is based 90% on exports...and India hates China, and Russia is broke with economy smaller than California's ..nice try - UP: 0 DN: 0

中国经济的90%依赖出口... 而且印度讨厌中国,俄罗斯破产了,其经济规模比加利福尼亚还小... 得了吧

laszlo > Marcus2
you're a complete simp...India is literally laughing all the way to buy Russian oil and selling it at a huge profit...you clearly have no idea what you're talking about...they are completely ignoring western sanctions...so yeah, they don't hate the Russians by any stretch of the imagination... - UP: 0 DN: 0

你真是完全的傻逼啊... 印度简直是一路笑着购买俄罗斯的石油,然后以巨额利润出售... 你显然不知道你在说什么... 他们完全无视西方的制裁... 所以,是的,无论怎么想,他们都不讨厌俄罗斯人...

China plays the long game, they may seem to be agreeable, but they are waiting for the US to eventually bite off more than it can comfortably chew. - UP: 27 DN: 9


Kathy > Roger
Your right. Biden and all the war hawks in Washington drove these two into the arms of one another. We are playing right into China's plans. - UP: 1 DN: 1


Wolfram > Roger
That will happen, maybe sooner than we think. - UP: 1 DN: 0


This is exactly why the US needs to put policies in place that will bring us back to where we can manufacture our own goods. It's a little hard to militarily oppose someone who is suppying you with the goods you need. - UP: 9 DN: 0


Lin > John
There is no any another way, your guys need to dig history more deeply for in beginning of 1800s, British, France need opiium to balance the trade payment. But today's China is totally different with Qing Dynasty. The war, may cost some your old ally to pay back for what their ancient did to China in 1800s - UP: 0 DN: 0


Nicholas > Lin
No idea what you just said LOL - UP: 0 DN: 0

不懂你说的什么 哈哈

J T > Nicholas
@ Nicholas you are d..u. M.b - UP: 0 DN: 0


Steve > John
china makes 85% of our pills. - UP: 0 DN: 0


Your killin me Smalls
If we are so concerned with China then why don't we make Americans pull out all of our Businesses and Investments with them and bring it all back Home. Until we do this I don't want to hear anymore about our lousy threats. - UP: 10 DN: 0


Pogi > Your killin me Smalls
Right On! - UP: 0 DN: 0


They're right, we're in no position to tell them what to do, but, we are in a position to cut ties and investment causing China to collapse from within. It's criminal how American politicians sold out Americans over the last 5+ decades and helped empower china. - UP: 11 DN: 1


We need to stop importing products from China. We need to either find other sources or start making the products in America. China gets stronger every time we buy their stuff. - UP: 12 DN: 1


Bill > Tgd
Great comment just 40 years late my friend. - UP: 2 DN: 0


Liberty > Tgd
But who would make the MAGA hats? - UP: 1 DN: 1

但是谁来制作 MAGA 的帽子呢?

Lin > Liberty
Another perfect question for Trumps and followers. - UP: 0 DN: 0


How about a nationwide boycott of Chinese-made goods for 30 days? Then we'll see if China needs access to the U.S. market more than it needs to curry favor with Putin. - UP: 27 DN: 9


Hank > Ben
Good way to start a recession and/or fan inflation - UP: 4 DN: 1


Dave > Ben
30 days is great but, 300 years would even be greater. Also, banning them into entering any part of the West - UP: 0 DN: 1


Bill > Ben
So like we s.hoot ourselves in the foot, great just great. - UP: 0 DN: 0


you are right we can't tell you what to do. At the same time, Alot of your income comes from the USA and if you want to continue to do business with us. Think about it. - UP: 37 DN: 11


Alex > Chris
And where do you expect the goods currently being made come from? It would take decades to replace China. Look at how bad inflation got simply because goods were being delayed from China due to COVID. Inflation would skyrocket sending us into a depression in months. Even Trump was smart enough to know this. - UP: 1 DN: 0


Patrick > Chris
A lot of your goods come from China. If China said "keep your money and we will keep the ipads, toothbrushes and all the other chinese manufactured goods" will your standard of living improve when you have to brush your teeth with $100 bills? lol - UP: 0 DN: 0


China has been opposed to America during the last several wars. The Korean war pitted China and north Korea against America. China was also supplying arms the Vietnam and Laos. China appears friendly when they want or need something,but will turn on you and try to make it look like your fault. - UP: 10 DN: 2


Our leaders just can't get face the reality, that we are no longer the world's only great power. When we threatened China yesterday, they just told us to shut up and take a hike. Even smaller nations like Russia are telling us to "stuff it" when we threaten them. The era of unlimited American power is over. - UP: 3 DN: 0


Tricky > Klem
You know Joe does what he is told. - UP: 1 DN: 0


That's one major problem that America has had fordecades.They do something but believe they have theright to tell other countries they can't do the same thing. - UP: 2 DN: 0


Manufacturing requires, security, stability, lower cost to produce. With gun violence, drugs use, our corrupt politicians, lack of labor force and total cost of manufacturing goods highest in the world. We can never be a leading manufacturers as we were once. Its a pipe dream. Service industry is that we are good at. - UP: 3 DN: 1


Tricky > Joe
Can't blame anyone but Biden. - UP: 0 DN: 0


Decoupling is the best way to deal with China. But the greedy Wall Street don't want to do that. If they still want to take the risk to go to China for business, then what happen to Russia will happen to China. - UP: 3 DN: 0


Mr Squeaky
Why don't we just all stop going to Walmart until they start providing us products to buy that were not made in China????????? - UP: 8 DN: 1


Lexa > Mr Squeaky
"we" are busy getting by and most of us cannot pay 50-200% for made in us. - UP: 0 DN: 0


Frankly, China is right on this matter. We have no authority to tell them what to do and it only further alienates them. It is a very valid argument that we are supplying nearly all the weapons to escalate the war in Ukraine as a supposed ally, WHICH tHEY ARE NOT! China is an ally of Russia and there is no reason they should not be able to provide weapons to Russia if the choose to do so. I love the unschooled comments about China needing us or they would collapse. In reality if China stopped shipping goods to the US our economy would fail completely in 2 or 3 weeks and we would tumble into a depression that woulds make the Great Depression of the 20"s look like kindergarten., and then they would call in the trillions of dollars they have loaned the US to keep our give away unbridled spending government afloat and then quietly take us over, China holds a club over our heads like no other country in History. BEWARE! - UP: 8 DN: 12

说实话,中国在这件事上是对的。我们是没有权力告诉他们该做什么,这只会进一步疏远他们。这是一个非常合理的论点,我们作为一个所谓的盟友提供了几乎所有的武器来升级乌克兰的战争,而他们没有!中国是俄罗斯的盟友,如果俄罗斯愿意,中国没有理由不能向俄罗斯提供武器。我喜欢那些没头脑的评论,他们认为“中国需要我们,否则他们就会崩溃”。事实上,如果中国停止向美国出口商品,我们的经济将在两三周内完全崩溃,我们将陷入大萧条,让20年代的大萧条都显得小儿科... 然后他们会收回他们借给美国的数万亿美元,以维持我们这个毫无节制消费的政府,然后悄悄地接管我们,中国对我们施加着压力,历史上没有哪个国家像这样。要当心!

Pogi > Von
True China has the USA by the you know what and it is too late to change things and China knows this. - UP: 0 DN: 0


plano > Von
Finally someone with a brain - UP: 0 DN: 0


Anyone who understands China would know 20 years ago that this day would come. In another 10 years, US would not have any leverage against China. China won’t need western markets in as little as 5 years. They are already developing plans to base their economy on domestic markets and the limited markets of their neighbors. Just as US doesn’t need China, the vise versa is also true. China can function without the western markets. In another decade, the tables will be turned, China will have the upper hand and start to squeeze the West. The writing is on the wall if you can read what is going on. - UP: 2 DN: 2