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Is it possible not to take sides in the US-China Trade War? [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2019-6-29 15:02:55 |Display all floors
Well US has recently asked nations not to take sides in the US-China Trade War. Clearly that's another great mega lie.

Canada already took sides. Many South East Asians and Australia also said they won't take sides, well like their so call big brother, they obviously have already taken. China should not be fooled by US and its proxies.

Some of these South East Asians and Australia said such statement is hoping to blur China that's all. Ask them if any of them dare to embargo things from US especially critical US exports and military deployment? They will never ever say no. If they did will only be on things that are of no value in essence to put up a show. This means they are clearly on US' side. If these nations and leaders who are so gallant in their remarks are true to their words then they should facilitate trade with China vigorously and not hinder investments from China.

But they will come out with trillions of excuse to say as they take US' side.

China has to watch out too for those countries working to draw good feel away from China from those who support China. Just study whether these liars actively inculcate good feel of you Chinese or not then things will be visible. South East Asians should protect themselves against US proxies in their vicinity and amongst them. If South East Asians are genuinely good and open, then there won't be any terrorists and extremists but clearly that's what Asean has clearly produced over the last 30 years. Without Asean, South East Asians will be much better of as they can form a larger East Asia and form a task force to zerorise the extremists and terrorists. The threat to South East Asians is that US proxies won't tell you they are US proxies!  

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