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Message 1430197 - Posted: 18 Oct 2013, 12:13:58 UTC

票據增加的方式,你很快就需要一個44噸級交付法案
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Message 1430198 - Posted: 18 Oct 2013, 12:18:51 UTC

很快更加便宜跑您自己的發電器

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Message 1430200 - Posted: 18 Oct 2013, 12:24:17 UTC - in response to Message 1430198.  

沒錯,但你不會有長,pikeys半英寸。

哦,親愛的,這似乎是中國人從來沒有聽說過pikeys。
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Message 1430211 - Posted: 18 Oct 2013, 12:51:11 UTC

Pikeys, 有蓬卡車居民

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Message 1434091 - Posted: 26 Oct 2013, 20:02:47 UTC

Trust China? After this report, no way.

Flying their drones into another country's airspace which gets shot down constitutes an act of war?

Japan will stand up to China
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Message 1434100 - Posted: 26 Oct 2013, 20:36:36 UTC
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Can see the Federal Reserve of America licking their lips at a possible war
with China. Give the Yanks every reason to rip up their debts to China hence
save Trillions of dollars in pay-backs. Best we get the money off the Chinese
for these atomic power stations then we can do the same if a war starts up....
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Message 1434252 - Posted: 27 Oct 2013, 8:53:10 UTC

To be honest. I trust China as much as I do the US, UK, Eurozone, GM, GE, Rothchilds, Goldman Sachs, etc. etc. In fact any country/organisation that uses its economic power to the detriment of others.

Come to think of it, I probably trust China more than any other of the above mentioned....

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Message 1434750 - Posted: 28 Oct 2013, 14:32:59 UTC

Another contentious issue between the two countries is the dispute over a group of islands.

The islands, in the East China Sea, are controlled by Tokyo, but claimed by Beijing.

That's just greedy, isn't China big enough already, without trying to absorb more countries.

We had a good excuse when we did, Britain is tiny, we needed the extra space.
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Message 1434782 - Posted: 28 Oct 2013, 16:00:53 UTC - in response to Message 1434750.  

Another contentious issue between the two countries is the dispute over a group of islands.

The islands, in the East China Sea, are controlled by Tokyo, but claimed by Beijing.

That's just greedy, isn't China big enough already, without trying to absorb more countries.

We had a good excuse when we did, Britain is tiny, we needed the extra space.


Someone else said that, only they called it Lebensraum.
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Message 1435380 - Posted: 30 Oct 2013, 1:20:50 UTC

No.



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Message 1435590 - Posted: 30 Oct 2013, 13:49:29 UTC

I've explained to the wife that we are no longer buying dog treats made in China. There is another mass death of pets due to tainted dog treats. The last I heard was 600+ dead and many more sick. I'd rather pay double for a dog treat made in the US and not risk my animals life.


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Message 1435604 - Posted: 30 Oct 2013, 14:26:35 UTC

Just give them carrots. All dogs i've known love them.
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Message 1435926 - Posted: 31 Oct 2013, 6:21:21 UTC - in response to Message 1434093.  

China said on Saturday that if Japan shot down Chinese drones, this would be considered "an act of war" by Beijing.

It would not surprise me if China's long term aim was to take over Japan entirely. I also wonder if the military might of America and it's allies would be enough to flatten China in a few years time. They may be a bigger threat than international terrorism.


If nukes were involved, It would be short. I dont know how many nukes China has But the US would win. Kinda win any way, I would guess mnay US cities would be gone, but so China would not have any major cities left.

Now In a strictly conventional war. It had better be short for the US to win. China has way to much heavy industrial capacity for us to ever hope to fight a prolonged war of attrition. The days of the US building endless ships and planes and tanks has been long gone.

FDR started the build up of Americas miltary in 1938 and it took untill mid 1943 when the war output really started to kick in to high gear. And that was when we still had ship yards and steel plants galore. Now days a nuke at the Bath Iron works in Maine and one at the ship yard in Missisippi and you have effectively shut down US navy ship building.

I would hope that we never have to face off with China. I dont think any one in the world would benefit no matter who won.
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Message 1435995 - Posted: 31 Oct 2013, 12:45:35 UTC - in response to Message 1435926.  

If nukes were involved, It would be short. I dont know how many nukes China has But the US would win. Kinda win any way, I would guess mnay US cities would be gone, but so China would not have any major cities left.

If nukes are involved, everybody loses.
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Message 1436011 - Posted: 31 Oct 2013, 13:53:42 UTC - in response to Message 1435995.  

If nukes were involved, It would be short. I dont know how many nukes China has But the US would win. Kinda win any way, I would guess mnay US cities would be gone, but so China would not have any major cities left.

If nukes are involved, everybody loses.

Not everyone. Those that are vaporized win.

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Message 1437618 - Posted: 4 Nov 2013, 2:17:53 UTC

Warming up for an end run?

China can easily nuke the US
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Message 1437626 - Posted: 4 Nov 2013, 2:42:51 UTC - in response to Message 1437618.  

Warming up for an end run?

China can easily nuke the US

Kinda gives ya a worm feeling.
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Message 1437655 - Posted: 4 Nov 2013, 4:20:16 UTC - in response to Message 1437618.  

Warming up for an end run?

China can easily nuke the US

I can say growing up during the cold war this is nothing new. I did notice that they said first generation submarines. That tells me they allready have a second gen sub in service.

Lets hope Our navy and our allies can track them.
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Message 1437713 - Posted: 4 Nov 2013, 7:54:43 UTC

So why would China want to nuke the US ?

It would be vandalising their own property....

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Message 1438353 - Posted: 5 Nov 2013, 13:50:24 UTC

CAN you trust Chine with actions such as these?


... Tibetans who refuse to fly the Chinese flag above their homes risk being beaten or shot...

...China’s leaders are mounting an intense campaign to draw a veil over their rights abuses and persuade governments to vote them onto the UN Human Rights Council. So if enough of us shine a light on what’s going on in Tibet -- [violently] squashing an ancient religion, banning journalists, dawn arrests -- we can get China to back away from its hard-line policy to be sure of getting the 97 votes it needs.

Let’s show the Tibetan people that the world hasn’t forgotten them...




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