Discussing Biden's Potential China Policy


hkbc

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Thought for the day:

The US establishment seems to have run out of ideas, the recent debacle that was the "Xinjiang Forced Labour/genocide" narrative a copy paste job from the 70s and 80s playbook literally disintegrated under superficial scrutiny in the internet age.

Minor things like:
  • Growth of the ethnic population at a faster rate than the population as a whole
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  • Chinese purchase of close to 3000 cotton picking machines from American firms
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  • and then for good measure outing the USAID funded NGO
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Mocked online
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and the whole narrative disassembled by the Chinese ministry of foreign affairs
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This is amateur hour, like a bad Hollywood remake of a classic movie, the Biden administration, seems lazy, sloppy and generally inept, there doesn't seem to be any substance to its so called policies beyond repeating "China Bad" ad nauseum hoping it sticks. Which if the CEO of Boeing is the audience then its not see
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With the latest fishing expedition going no where
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, the cupboard of yesteryear's greatest dirty trick hits is running pretty dry and you have to wonder at what point the US is going to finally roll up its sleeves and compete properly or just give up because it simply can't compete!
 

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  • Stephen Roach, a senior fellow at Yale University, said he found it “really curious” that U.S. President Joe Biden has left much of his predecessor’s policies on China in place.
  • Roach noted that Biden kept the “seriously flawed” phase one trade deal and the tariffs on China even though he reversed many other policies enacted by former President Donald Trump.
  • Roach, who’s a former chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia, said he’s “very concerned” about escalating U.S.-China rhetoric.


 

quantumlight

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  • Stephen Roach, a senior fellow at Yale University, said he found it “really curious” that U.S. President Joe Biden has left much of his predecessor’s policies on China in place.
  • Roach noted that Biden kept the “seriously flawed” phase one trade deal and the tariffs on China even though he reversed many other policies enacted by former President Donald Trump.
  • Roach, who’s a former chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia, said he’s “very concerned” about escalating U.S.-China rhetoric.


Its not that curious at all if you awaken to fact that US Presidents are 100% PR puppets as part of America's fifth generational information warfare waged against China and the rest of humanity...

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emblem21

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Who is calling whose bluff ?
Hmmm he is trying to start a fight against Russia and China with a economy that is so ill equipped right now given the supply shortage and current pandemic and all the jobs lost along with multiple nations starting to move away from their orbit, I honestly wonder what can go wrong this time considering all those other conflicts in last ten years haven’t exactly land a real profit (in fact Afghanistan is a bottomless pit when it comes to unnecessary money spending)
 

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