Vital for China to achieve decisive outcome in conflict with US

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  1. reedak

    reedak Well-Known Member

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    That guy is as dumb as Trump, mixing up Russian and Chinese. :woozy:
     
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    I was happy to see Trump impliment the ban on China 5g equipment, but seems he may be backing down now... but he could change his mind again tomorrow

    he also needs to ban foreign outsourcing to countries like India, as that too is a national security risk to have India control all our data and infrastructure
     
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    already making excuse for Trump's failure?

    if Trump asks for too much and both sides can't call it a win.. your right

    guess we will see if Trump really knows the art of the deal or not
     
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    Huwei as a Trojan Horse? My great friend, you are sowing the seeds of the Golden Apple of Discord. :xd:
     
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    what is wrong with American beef? sure some feed them to much grain, but get grass fed
     
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    I can’t tell who you’re addressing your remarks to and can’t figure what the connection is between Native Americans and the Chinese.
    As to the white or yellow question did you now the Japanese refer to the Chinese as monkeys?
     
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    My great friend, keep eating more American beef, and you will spew out more rubbish from your mouth. :toilet:
     
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    It’s a strange idea, trusting other countries with your communications security. It seems very naive, but it is very frequently seen.
     
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    I think that's because it is almost impossible to prevent a hack.
    That and the vulnerability is in software, not so much hardware.
     
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    You have been rambling on all the way from "white", "yellow", "Chinese", "Japanese" and "monkey". Maybe you have been isolating yourself too long in the convent that you find difficulties in expressing yourself.

    You also seem to have a bit of colour blindness, most probably due to your sole contact with the two colours -- black and white -- of your garment.

    For your information, Chinese also have derogatory names for foreigners. It goes without saying that Westerners, of which Trump is an exemplary model, also call others by all sorts of names.

    While the Chinese are still calling America "the Beautiful Country", the Japanese have long called it "the Rice Country" and Donald Trump "the Great Rice President".

    If the so-called "trade war" lasts long enough, the Chinese should adopt the Japanese way of calling America and Trump. :smile:

    P.S. By the way, Aboriginal Australians do not fare much better than Native Americans under white persecution.
     
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    My great friend, when you get mad cow disease from American beef, you will have your last breath of fresh air very soon. :knifefork: :skull:
     
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    If your country did not steal the Chinese invention of paper making, you would still be using your bare hands to wipe your bottom after doing your "big business" in the toilet. :toilet: :tp:

    Keep barking while letting your cult master feed you with more American beef. :knifefork:
     
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    I have never known anyone that got mad cow disease, now lettuce, know a few got food born illness there... though I still eat that too
     
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    I will take our American beef over Chinese cats and dogs any day
     
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    we still don't know what Trump wants out of the deal, does China?
     
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    China, of course, should tell Trump "to stop rocking the boat", otherwise it would be "not worthy of a reply" like the Iranian stand. :xd:
     
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    China just killed off a crap load of hog.

    They didn't have the market (tariffs) and were trying to bypass it by trying to pass it as from Vietnam.
     
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    Are you seeing whats going on in Hong Kong?

    I know the Chinese economy is hurting, im hoping we don't see another Tienanmen square.
     
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    Keep barking while letting your cult master feed you with more American beef. :knifefork:[/QUOTE]
    That last comment makes no sense. As for 'inventing' paper, the word "paper" comes from papyrus which was used in in Ancient Egypt long before the Chinese used paper. I know the Chinese used to use paper for clothing, hats, umbrellas etc. However the oldest archeological find of paper being used as a writing medium was in the Tarim Basin right around where all the white mummies were found. Just thinking to myself.

    [​IMG]
    Picture of a Europoid mummy found in West Asia. These mummies wore woven tartans common around the British Islands.
    The Chinese used to cut these mummies' heads off so no one would know that whites were in china thousands of years ago.
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    What's this? Oh, its a painting of a Europeoid, red haired man holding piece of paper with writing on it, found in caves in China, from the Tong and Sang dynasties.
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    Europeoid buddhist found in Chinese caves.
    The compass. An interesting invention for the Chinese because they never went anywhere.
    So while you might be able to brag about inventing paper, the only evidence that you used it for writing on was found around the area of the mummies. Nice that you used it for clothing though.

    Supposedly you invented all the prototypes of technology used in modern civilization, but when we came upon you later in history we didn't find much technological advancement. Its like once you discovered something you didn't seem to know what to do with. You do that today. You claim to be geniuses and you can crunch the numbers but you don't know what to do with the results. I can't think of anything particularly uniquely Chinese that we've gotten from you recently. You're civilization is a knock off of Western civilization.
     
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