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OMEN -- how the entire rotten edifice is falling apart in the U.S.   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2019-5-9 08:18:57 |Display all floors
This post was edited by wchao37 at 2019-5-14 19:10

看川普的一切做法, 明明就是一个小人. 老外本來就沒道德, 川普又是最沒道德的那種.

早就应该停止与川普什么判了, 是浪费时间. 美国了也可以撕, 看看 '特不靠' 蹦跶多高? 西方的 "精神" 是个笑!

判成功, 中国方面, , ? ! 中国不要不平等條約, 奸詐反覆, 言而無信, 談判白談. 人民齊心, 開放内需,抗美自,中國加油,天佑中華!

關鍵時刻更要堅持. 有利中國的條件,寧可談崩,也不委曲求全!

美国才三亿多人口,离开了美国世上五十多亿人口道中国会被亿多人控制?

無奸不商. 別忘了川普可是商人. 就不相信沒與老美貿易,天就會下來. 中國跟全世界做貿易,就是不與五眼聯盟等惡棍做买卖. 不要被美國養套殺!進而經濟被控制於美國股腕之中!

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Post time 2019-5-11 10:58:32 |Display all floors
Mark this day -- approximately 100 years from the May Fourth Movement, when the West tried to dictate terms to us at will, even when we thought we were on the winning side at the end of WWI.

That phrase "Thief calling catch thief" couldn't have had a better annotation than what happened today.

If you haven't already, just go and listen to what Trump had to say earlier.

As I said, he was never sincere about the negotiations.  So why talk to such a faithless scoundrel in the first place?

It is racism alright -- the Native Americans can never be allowed to aim for co-prosperity with the Cowboys -- that's why I kept on talking about the Native Americans whom the grouchy old man on a wheelchair in a smelly corner of the toilet used to shoot at will.  He is complaining that no nurse is around to even give him a dry diaper.

Trump wanted us to write the humiliating trade terms into our Constitution.

Fortunately we stopped short of the disaster.

We gave them a chance to win together with us because we didn't study the history of the Native Americans and didn't understand their true mentality.

Come what may, and despite foreseeable short-term difficulties, there's nothing that can stop the Chinese juggernaut now.

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Post time 2019-5-12 07:40:54 |Display all floors
The Chinese officials that should really watch their steps while visiting the U.S. on official or private businesses are the middle-echelon ones, and not the upper- or lower-rank officials.

Why?

High-level officials are always accompanied by their coterie of guards, assistants or spouses, so the chance for setting a trap for them are slim.

Lower-rank officials are not high-valued targets because they don't have access to top-level state secrets and their future values are still indeterminate.

Middle-echelon officials are the most susceptible to the "beauty trap" blackmail because not only are they high-value targets on the road to high officialdom (and will then have access to state secrets when they get there), they are also the ones who have the most to lose as a result of involvement in any sex scandal overseas.

That's why the Chinese government should give continuous training to middle-echelon officials who travel to the 5-eye nations especially the U.S. to alert them to the possibility of falling into such traps and what to do if they find themselves in such a predicament.

They should first be given assurance that they wouldn't be prosecuted or lose their present jobs if they report on such incidents.  The only price to pay is that due to their own negligence despite continuous preventive measures on the part of the government, they will lose their security clearances.

Since the U.S. is officially treating China as a "competitor" -- a euphemism for "enemy" -- from now on every visit by a middle-echelon Chinese official before, during and after the visit has to be steadfastly scrutinized by the domestic security authorities.

Promises of getting these officials' kids into elite schools will lead to the most serious security breaches in the foreseeable future because of Chinese parents' emphasis on their kids' education, especially now that they have an unspoken market price -- up to $US 6.5 million to get into Stanford.

Wherever a market exists there will be deals.  

Illegal telecom fraud cases have been in existence for decades now.  Despite the severe punishment meted out to the perpetrators, you keep hearing day after day that such and such an international ring of fraudsters targeting Chinese investors has just been busted.

Why?

Because the stupendous enticements are still there.

That's why using the gambit of gaining entry for the Ah-So-So kids into elite U.S. schools to entice and recruit potential spies amongst middle-echelon Chinese officials traveling to the States on either official or private business is an open and festering wound that awaits sterilization and surgical closure by the government for security-breach reasons.

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Post time 2019-5-13 18:18:47 |Display all floors
One indication that a man has lost his self-confidence is when his behavior changes from that of an easy-going lady-first gentleman to that of a lady-shoving parochial boor.

The following message comes from Meng Wan-zhou, the heroine in the ongoing Huawei saga:

A letter written by Meng Wanzhou, chief financial officer for Chinese telecommunications company Huawei, was published online on Monday.

The letter, reportedly penned in Vancouver on May 9, read, "My heart remains strong, no matter what difficulty and pressure I encounter at the moment."

Although Meng's freedom of movement was limited to "only a few inches" during her house arrest in Vancouver, the color and scope of her heart had never been so rich and broad, Meng said in the letter.

Everything has a positive side, she added, and the close connection between Meng and the 188,000 "Huawei people" made her feel close and warm.

Meng couldn't help but burst into tears at the end of each court hearing, after seeing so many Huawei people who, despite being separated by vast oceans and time differences, stayed up to hear the latest news.

She was also deeply touched by close friends and strangers alike who left well-wishes and encouragement at Xinsheng Shequ, an online community for Huawei employees, as well as those in Vancouver who attended her court hearing.

Meng said she could feel the warmth of their concern and the power of their support, which makes them all stronger and Huawei's will even more powerful.

Meng was detained in Canada at the request of the US Justice Department late last year. Meng's lawyer informed a Canadian court last week of his concerns the allegations against her were politically motivated.

This letter was originally posted on Huawei's website to be accessed only by the company's employees. It was written to the 188,000 staff members working in Huawei as a signal of appreciation for their support, according to Meng.

Huawei Technologies Co posted 179.7 billion yuan in revenue in the first quarter of 2019, representing a year-on-year growth of 39 percent, and the company's Q1 net profit margin stood at about 8 percent — slightly higher than the same period last year, according to a statement from the company.

The tech giant is also taking a leading role in global 5G patent applications, topping the list for the world's 5G Standards-Essential Patents according to a report by IPlytics, an authorized patent data company.

5G SEPs are patents any company must use when implementing standardized 5G technology, giving them key value among all patents.

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Post time 2019-5-14 19:05:54 |Display all floors
This post was edited by wchao37 at 2019-5-14 19:08

Ms Meng,

The whole nation, not just Huawei, is rooting for you.

Keep up the good spirits and flash that infectious smile.

Just a hunch you might be reading mark's super posts at TTCD and chance to see my two-cents here too.

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Post time 2019-5-14 19:49:03 |Display all floors
From the following, we may conclude the detention of Ms Meng was an opportunistic political ploy by the US to arm-twist China at the trade talks using Trudeau's Canada as accomplice. The last para of the confession is a giveaway. If Canada is clueless what to do next, it can only mean it was only taking instruction from the US from the very beginning of its fiasco.

Trudeau, stop being such a spineless ratfink, release her now and redeem yourself before the memory of your father:

Fed up Canada tells U.S. to help with China crisis or forget about favors
May 5, 2019

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada is leaning on the United States to help settle a dispute with China, which has started to block imports of vital Canadian commodities amid a dispute over a detained Huawei executive.

In a sign of increasing frustration at what it sees as a lackluster U.S. response, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government is signaling it could withhold cooperation on major issues.

China has upped the pressure on Canada in recent weeks over the arrest of Huawei Technologies Co Ltd Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou, arrested last December on a U.S. warrant. It halted Canadian canola imports and last week suspended the permits of two major pork producers.

After Meng’s Vancouver arrest, Chinese police also detained two Canadian citizens.

Beijing is refusing to allow a Canadian trade delegation to visit, forcing officials to use video conference calls as they try to negate a major threat to commodity exports.

With no cards to play against China without risking significant economic damage, Canada has launched a full-court press in Washington, which is negotiating its own trade deal with Beijing.

The results have been meager.

“It’s a very challenging situation. When we raise it with the Americans they just say, ‘Dealing with the Chinese is tough’,” said a Canadian government source.

“It’s also not clear who we should be targeting since you never know who is up and who is down in the administration at any given point,” said the source, who requested anonymity given the sensitivity of the matter.

Among those the Canadians approached are Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Republican Senator Jim Risch, chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee.

The State Department said it was "concerned" by the canola ban. In March, the Foreign Relations Committee responded to Canada's concerns by passing a bipartisan resolution supporting the country.

Canada says the United States is obliged to help, given that the U.S. arrest warrant triggered the crisis with Beijing.

U.S. negotiators have rejected Chinese proposals to include the Huawei issue in their current trade deal discussions, according to a source familiar with the negotiations.

Canada’s U.S. ambassador David MacNaughton, who noted Canada has assisted the current U.S. administration on diplomatic efforts with Venezuela, Latvia and NATO, strongly suggested future requests for aid would not be met so positively unless Washington cooperated more.

“How do you go to canola farmers and relatives of the two (Canadian detainees) and say ‘Well, actually, notwithstanding all of this, we’re going to try and do whatever we can to help?’” he said.

“It makes it much more difficult in public opinion terms for the prime minister to have permission to do some of the things that would be in both countries’ interests.”

MacNaughton, who has cabinet-level status in Trudeau’s government, played a key role in negotiating a new North American trade deal last year.

Relations between Trump and Trudeau are formal at best. Officials in Ottawa have not forgotten that the president blew up last year’s Group of Seven summit in Canada by describing Trudeau as very dishonest and weak.

“At the political level, this administration doesn’t like us very much,” said a second well-placed source.

Intertwined with the China crisis is a second problem: the tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum that Trump imposed last year on national security grounds.

Meng, who is under house arrest at her Vancouver mansion, next appears in court on May 8 ahead of an extradition hearing, in a process that could take years.

MacNaughton said part of Canada’s frustration also stems from a lack of information on U.S. intentions toward Meng. Trump has previously suggested the charges against her could be dropped if that would help the trade talks.

“What we’ve said is, ‘We’d like to have a little better sense of what your plans are in terms of dealing with her. Are you engaged in negotiations over a plea deal?’,” he said. “We’re completely in the dark.”

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Post time 2019-5-14 20:16:06 |Display all floors
Cowards all!

That's all you need to know.

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