Body Language – Chinese Ambassador Propaganda, Trade War & North Korean Sanctions

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jimmer
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One thing’s for sure: the ambassador was uncharacteristically in the spotlight, here and back home. Say the wrong thing and he’s in dire straights. From what I’ve read, China has already relinquished their oil tariff, so, we’re winning. Stay the course …

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Australia is a sucker…. China owns nearly all our dairies in Tasmania, a pristine island state, they send plane loads of fresh milk direct to china. They also own some mainland daries…. That cuts out our businesses from trade and puts our milk supply at risk. They have purchased some of our best agriculture properties. Hundreds of thousands of acres. They own a large percentage of our water rights…. yep they also own water that flows into our rivers from the skies. They dump cheap steel, food contaminated with hepatitis A that made hundreds of people seriously sick. Not to mention clothes treated with formaldehyde, army uniforms that fell apart, army boots where the soles fell off. … oh.. and lets not discuss the thousands, possibly hundreds of thousands, of home with electrical cable where the plastic coating deteriorates and falls off exposing bare wires and causing house fires…. China is also giving huge loans to our poorer island neighbours that they will never be able to repay. What happens when China calls in those loans? Way to buy a country China! They do want global ownership… China is more evil than Russia ever could be, they are sly, cunning,… Read more »

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That is true…

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Having lived in Hong Kong and in Beijing I will say it is all about saving face. He will never admit anything that will make him or China look bad. In Hong Kong someone will spend days trying to cover up a mistake rather than admit to being wrong. It is stunning to watch sometimes. They do steal everything from everyone, everything you buy in China is fake, EVERYTHING. This is a nation that was brutalised by their leaders for centuries, Chop-sticks were invented because Mao was terrified of rebellion so NO-oNE was allowed anything sharp anywhere. They waste nothing, they have uses for everything, eat everything and are totally loyal to their country but NOT to each other, they have no morals as we would know. They are only allowed one child still. They will rule the world one day I have no doubt. smile

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I can see a war between USA and China happening in a near future.

Johnathan Leonard
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@Otaviani Filho. Not really. Any war between the US and China will be mainly waged at sea, where US proficiency in fleet sustainment and long-range operations will be telling. 90% of the oil that China consumes is brought in by oil tanker, none of which will be permitted to pass a blockade. My bet is that the declaration of a blockade against China by the US will bring their economy to a screeching halt in a matter of hours. There is no way that the Shanghai stock exchange will survive that level of economic fear. As business-savvy as China is, none of their senior leadership is so stupid as to pick a fight with the largest navy on Earth.

Throw in the recent “Pacific Pivot” that focused the USN into the Pacific, there is no way that China will risk it. That country isn’t run by morons, they are perfectly aware of the costs and benefits of any course of action. Simply put, the US isn’t worth getting into a fight with.

Charles Harris
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Yeah that guy was a horrible liar.
It makes you wonder how he even got his position.

Todd W
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DPRK essentially a puppet state.

Political influence/support comes from China.
Financial influence/support comes from Russia.

Source: A missionary who has lived in South Korea for the better part of a decade. The majority of Korean history involves it being either conquered or a protectorate.

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