"We should send a ship to LAC when the weather is clear and there are no cloud"
US is not the enemy of China. I don't care how you label US vis-a-vis any other country on this planet. But the Chinese public does not view US as the enemy of China, regardless of current national sentiment. Unless US declare war on China over Taiwan, it is not likely in the foreseeable future the Chinese public would view US as the enemy.US is the enemy of China, point.
US is the enemy of Russia, point.
US is the enemy of Serbia, point.
US is the enemy of every country out of their hegemonic influence, point.
Those are constants, nothing can change that, so better accept the reality and act according to that.
Also true of Koreans and Japanese. They don't like inviting acquaintances to their homes. But Chinese people love inviting people in for a meal.It seems scandinavian culture(swedengate) doesn't even feed their guests, have some basic fucking decency freaking uncivilised barbarians.
Well, Americans apparently like to live over the edge LOLExtra walrus, extra mouth to feed, and Europe's in store for a harsh winter
Well, we like to live on the edge
I agree with everything you said except that the US is not the enemy of China. You don't actually have to get into a kinetic war to be enemies. As rivals in every domain, wishing only ill on the other party, that qualifies very much as emnity. Americans don't want China to do well; some want China totally destroyed. As more and more Chinese come to understand America's nature, they will want the same, and emnity towards the US in China's youth is fast rising for very good and obvious reasons (though likely still less than what the US reciprocates at this point). China and the US may be too big and powerful to truly come to blows but make no mistake, they are absolutely antagonists and enemies to each other.US is not the enemy of China. I don't care how you label US vis-a-vis any other country on this planet. But the Chinese public does not view US as the enemy of China, regardless of current national sentiment. Unless US declare war on China over Taiwan, it is not likely in the foreseeable future the Chinese public would view US as the enemy.
Granted, US and China are and will be the principle competitors on this planet for as long as they remain 1-2 in the world. Therefore, there will be flare-ups here and there in all domains of human activities. That is not unlike situations between provinces, cities, local identities inside China.
The only people who want US and China to fight each other are non-American or non-Chinese. This is because that would be the only scenario that they would have a chance.
The only people who DO not want US and China in an all-out war are Americans and Chinese.
US behaves the way it has been because it has been the #1 power on this planet, similar to when China was the middle kingdom between the Qin dynasty and the Qing dynasty. Every hegemony in history behaves badly in the end, which is emblematic to the cyclical nature of human societies. If China goes on and goes back to #1 around 2050, it would again be upon China to decide how it behaves like #1. I guess, by then, every other human being on this planet will call out China in similar ways as they are doing to US.
Take it easy on making fun of US and China in war.