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China threatens Missouri, lulz ensue!

- Thu, 14 May 2020 19:26:04 EST TLki9LAJ No.185167
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Chinese state owned media, takes jab at Missouri. Missouri laughs and responds with mid-grade memes.
>To counteract the abuse of anti-China litigation over COVID-19, Beijing is already preparing to take the necessary punishment measures against some members of the US Congress, the state of Missouri, and relevant individuals and entities, sources told Global Times
Samuel Buzzway - Thu, 14 May 2020 19:36:30 EST TLki9LAJ No.185169 Reply
Update... the most common trends in the comments revolve around anuses and chickens... given that the majority of responses are from natives of the state of Missouri, there should be no surprises. Woe to any captured by the Missouri militias.
Priscilla Dandlestire - Thu, 14 May 2020 20:23:23 EST TLki9LAJ No.185175 Reply
>The Chinese Communist Party has threatened that American politicians seeking to hold China accountable for the coronavirus pandemic will face “severe consequences,” including targeted economic sanctions. An article in the Communist Party’s propaganda outlet, the Global Times, names many Republicans by name, including Sens. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.), Tom Cotton (R-Ark.), Josh Hawley (R-Mo.), Martha McSally (R-Ariz.), and Rick Scott (R-Fla.), along with Reps. Jim Banks (R-Ind.) and Dan Crenshaw (R-Texas). It also names the attorneys general of Missouri and Mississippi, the two states that filed lawsuits against China.
Cyril Dobberbury - Thu, 14 May 2020 22:13:01 EST tlilhxRg No.185176 Reply
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Priscilla Dandlestire - Thu, 14 May 2020 22:34:39 EST TLki9LAJ No.185177 Reply
Here's the Schooln perspective, to round things out.
>Missouri's Attorney General Eric Schmitt, who sued China on behalf of his state, is similarly in Beijing's cross-hairs. US lawmakers pushing for “anti-China” legislation are undermining bilateral ties “for their own political benefit,” Yuan Zheng, a research fellow at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), told the Global Times. He argued that Beijing must “crack down” on such reckless actions.
Priscilla Dandlestire - Thu, 14 May 2020 22:39:43 EST TLki9LAJ No.185178 Reply
Have to point out that School's numbers may be wrong.
>The paper noted that China is the third-largest export destination for Missouri – meaning that hundreds of billions of dollars for the state could dry up if Beijing chooses to refuse the state's goods and services.Yuan argued that China could take sweeping economic measures to target states that threaten Beijing with lawsuits.
>hundreds of billions
>Given Missouri’s population of 6.137 million people, its total $13.4 billion in 2019 exports translates to roughly $2,200 for every resident in the Show Me State.
Ian Brummlekork - Sun, 17 May 2020 19:13:21 EST 0s+MQBCi No.185273 Reply
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>"The Chinese government lied to the world about the danger and contagious nature of COVID-19, silenced whistleblowers, and did little to stop the spread of the disease," Mr Schmitt said. "They must be held accountable for their actions."
Angus Crankinkork - Sun, 17 May 2020 19:20:50 EST CknibgQu No.185274 Reply
So is this just going to be your personal China shitposting blog, Mr Samefagging Nazi?

Eugene Drebblehere - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 15:28:15 EST Ni2BUEDP No.185702 Reply
Tiananmen: Police ban Hong Kong vigil for victims of 1989 crackdown, BBC World India

Britian may offer 'path to citizenship' for 3 million people living in Hong Kong, Reuters World News

Pompeo: Hong Kong 'no longer autonomous with China', BBC US and Canada

I think they should do some sort of really unorthodox foreign policy move because my main concern with the current foreign policy is that it is systematic in a way that is likely accounted for. They should do some sort of timetabled thing to shake them out of the accounting spreadsheet. You continue as if nothing is happening in Hong Kong for about.. 3 months? Heck, maybe even lift the trade war, you could even give them a bullshit 'sorry about Chinese New Year' narrative and say you love their asses so much that you want to lift existing tariffs. The good thing about holding phase one over them is that it helps the global coping situation which and it also gives some leverage.. although losses are accounted for, they will be a bit confused.

After phase one is over you would hit them with a "What's the deal with Hong Kong?" and freeze trade every two months, raise the tariff like you were already going to. Do this for maybe 8 months, just badger the shit out of them. Get Britons and Europes behind it.

Then ask them if they want to make money with the offer being to trade with any firm in the west. Just let them be able to do that for 3 months regardless of their response, they might not even take the west up on it. The offer is extended until trade continues and they will be under a 3 month review period after that. You wont tell them that. Rinse and repeat. I call it being a drunken frigate captain. The critical thing about the idea is bullshit and secrecy. It's not that tough to kiss Chinese ass, and the west whatever that is can probably really squeeze their balls as long as they don't catch on. Just be irritating and friendly at the same time with them knowing what the US naval capabilities are. Oh something about how Junta administrations are systematic.
Wesley Brinninghood - Tue, 02 Jun 2020 08:36:25 EST V+GrKzs3 No.185709 Reply
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>victims of 1989 crackdown
>Hong Kong protestors
Rebecca Fuckinghood - Wed, 30 Sep 2020 12:02:48 EST 7Sw+CWaZ No.187846 Reply
Only because they're still cheaper than robots. They are actually losing some buisines to poorer countries these days as their wages rise.
Hugh Climmerkine - Mon, 05 Oct 2020 20:01:46 EST Rb09iYiv No.187953 Reply
Read that most of the project is funded in USD even if there are no Americans involved because USD is the defacto global currency.

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