Started by Solar, September 02, 2020, 11:03:43 AM
Quote from: Possum on October 26, 2020, 12:13:44 AMhttps://www.oann.com/japan-and-u-s-begin-major-military-exercise-as-concern-about-china-grows/Wonder who China wants to be the next president?
Quote from: joesixpack on October 26, 2020, 12:17:29 AMSince they're leaking out footage of Biden's son having sex in order to derail his campaign I think they might be in support of Trump 2020
Quote from: Solar on October 26, 2020, 12:23:16 AMNo! The guy who leaked the pics hates the CCP. Do your homework troll!
Quote from: Skull on October 26, 2020, 01:13:43 AMThis site has coverage about China's severe internal problems - food shortages - financial collapse - floods - locusts eating crops etc.This particular story concerns threatening Pakistan...https://tfiglobalnews.com/2020/10/26/china-has-given-two-choices-to-pakistan-and-either-way-pakistan-will-starve/
Quote from: Solar on October 26, 2020, 01:30:53 AMProof Trump has China scared, I'll explain. China sees the corral fences going up, the world is having its fill of communist expansion.Trump bringing India in as an ally forced China to move in a direction it wasn't ready to and is pushing Pakistan into a corner.This will play Right into Trump's plan of expanded world peace because Pakistan will look to the West for security, in turn, ending aggressions between India and pakistain.
Quote from: Skull on October 26, 2020, 02:07:04 AMSounds good & hopeful! A related story from the same site I think, is about overseas Chinese folk in Malaysia and elsewhere. Thanks to the CCP virus producing anti-Chinese feelings, plus the value of their own monies in Chinese banks dropping, they no longer wish to live away from the homeland. That fact only concerns the very wealthy Chinese outside China. The beleaguered masses in China want out. Whether leaving physically or joining the underground movement to destroy the CCP control over their ancient nation - who knows which group is larger.
Quote from: Possum on October 26, 2020, 12:13:44 AMWonder who China wants to be the next president?
Quote from: Solar on December 30, 2020, 09:28:38 AMThe CCP is asking for trouble.The big picture: The disclosure of this unconfirmed intelligence comes 21 days before the end of Trump's presidency, after he has vowed to ratchet up pressure on China, and months after news reports indicated that the Russians had secretly offered bounties for Taliban militants to kill U.S. troops in Afghanistan.The Chinese embassy in D.C. did not respond to a request for comment. Trump is not believed to have discussed the matter with President Xi Jinping.One said: "The U.S. has evidence that the PRC [People's Republic of China] attempted to finance attacks on American servicemen by Afghan non-state actors by offering financial incentives or 'bounties'" and said the National Security Council "is coordinating a whole-of-government investigation."He would not say whether he was referring to the Taliban, or go beyond the descriptor of "non-state actors."The timing of the alleged bounty offer is unclear. The source would say only that this happened some time after late February when the U.S. struck its deal with the Taliban. He also noted there had not been an American combat death in Afghanistan since.He said the administration received earlier intelligence about "PRC weapons illicitly flowing into Afghanistan."Between the lines: The British and U.S. governments have previously complained about Chinese-made weapons being used by the Taliban.The interest in Afghanistan stems in part from Beijing's desire to prevent Chinese Muslim separatist groups from using the country as a base.Afghan security officials recently discovered an alleged Chinese spy ring operating in the country apparently seeking to target Uighurs there, according to a Dec. 25 report from the Hindustan Times.Don't forget: Trump received heavy criticism earlier this year when he admitted he had not addressed with Vladimir Putin the unconfirmed intelligence reports that Russia had been offering bribes to the Taliban to kill American soldiers.The commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan, Gen. Frank McKenzie, said in September that "it just has not been proved to a level of certainty that satisfies me" that Russia offered these bounties. (This information was included in the President's Daily Brief earlier in the year, the New York Times first reported)."We continue to look for that evidence," McKenzie said of the reports on Russia. "I just haven't seen it yet. But ... it's not a closed issue."https://www.axios.com/scoop-trump-admin-declassifies-unconfirmed-intel-on-chinese-bounties-84131ec6-c54f-4556-8d0f-547131a343ef.html