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Newtown Post time: 2018-12-8 06:55
"the war is literally staring them in the face" Literally ? Really ? What are the names of these p ...

Listen up Oldtown:

Get rid of your old and concrete thinking habits.

"Staring them in the face" is a figure of speech, just like "glaring commentary" doesn't mean the commentary is glaring at you.

To participate in our forums, you need a fifth-grade education in Australia.  By that time you would have known Newtown is neither new nor a town.

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GhostBuster Post time: 2018-12-7 22:58
Long before this, EU accused US of stealing sensitive information from their companies. With that, U ...
Time for the world to realize that muscle speaks louder than words!


It is not that they don't know.

There is a huge difference between not knowing and pretending not to know.

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Post time 2018-12-8 12:04:29 |Display all floors
I think the extradition is unfortunate diplomatically. But we should wait until the court case develops before reaching conclusions.
My problem is simple: I just know better than everyone-else!

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GhostBuster Post time: 2018-12-7 23:02
Apple evades corporate tax and funnel its profits into so called profit sharing schedule to retain i ...

That's the definition of hegemony, the exercise of which is against the interests of all nations on earth except one.

That's why it has no future.

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Post time 2018-12-8 12:37:14 |Display all floors
cmknight Post time: 2018-12-8 09:38
First of all, the charges are not unstated. They are unstated "publicly" because there was a publica ...

In global affairs, it would be a violation against international law to try to arrest Meng under these circumstances.  If Huawei is suspected of selling its products to Iran despite U.S. sanctions, why hadn't the U.S. side stopped such sales to Huawei earlier instead of waiting until now.  

Former U.S. Secretary of State Tillerson, who is familiar with international laws as the former CEO of Exxon, the U.S. oil magnate, just stated today that he had to remind Donald Trump on many occasions not to act illegally, and the arrest of Meng is one such occasion -- the impulsive, megalomaniac real-estate man thinks he can do whatever he wants so long as his political base of support is still with him.  He can't.

China must act fast to secure the release of Meng simply on account of U.S. violations of her human rights.  Otherwise the children of Chinese officials attending school in the U.S. will be subject to similar gangster-logic and treatment.  No wonder the chief ordered his daughter to return to China from Harvard as soon as he detected something wrong in the new U.S. president's gangster mentality in solving problems.

If Meng is not returned momentarily, China should start arresting an American VIP immediately lest he has a chance to book Seat 27A on the next Indonesian Airlines outbound flight on a Boeing 737.

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Post time 2018-12-8 13:08:29 |Display all floors
wchao37 Post time: 2018-12-8 12:37
In global affairs, it would be a violation against international law to try to arrest Meng under t ...

There are no Boeing 737 MAX 8s in use by Australian Airlines...

  Boeing has canceled a conference call to discuss systems on the 737 MAX model that crashed in Indonesia last month...

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Post time 2018-12-8 14:52:17 |Display all floors
emanreus Post time: 2018-12-8 13:08
There are no Boeing 737 MAX 8s in use by Australian Airlines...

  Boeing has canceled a conferenc ...

I was referring to Indonesian Airlines as a parody of its recent accident.  

The first priority is on the fate of Meng, who has just gone through legal proceedings in Vancouver, B.C.

Meng's release from Canadian custody is of utmost importance to China's image in the world -- far more than how many Spaniards, Argentinians, Panamanians or Portuguese line the streets or wave our flags in welcoming our leaders.

And it really doesn't matter whether China assumes technological leadership by 2025 or 2027.

The important thing is to secure Meng's release from Canadian custody in 2018 and not a day beyond.

Or else Huawei will lose a larger chunk of Western nations supporting its 5G platform because Huawei's success isn't just due to its technological prowess, but its image of having strong support from its Chinese motherland.

Without that image, Huawei will be in serious trouble.

This is a political crisis of the first order, and we cannot let the U.S. set the agenda by letting Meng be wrongfully extradited to the U.S.  

What Trump is doing is blackmailing China while the trade talks continue, and Huawei's own announcement that it trusted the impartiality of U.S. courts simply missed the point -- which shows that  it either has terrible legal advice, or that it was simply acting in accordance with governmental guidance.

If this is not resolved to our satisfaction, we should seize the CEO of any American company that is found to have had any dealings with Taiwan in violation of the Three Communiques that the U.S. had signed with China.

The trouble with our side is that we believe in the worthiness of words, or at least the signed documents, of any Western leader that has reached post-negotiation agreements with us.  We cannot imagine that they could be such shameless liars without even a modicum of self-respect.

We have had no or little experience dealing with complete scoundrels who put such documents into the paper shredder almost as soon as they are signed.  The winners of American elections aren't based on their trustworthiness, but on their demagoguery abilities.

So the only recourse to solve the Meng situation is to seize their CEOs based on their non-observance of the Three Communiques in trading with the Taiwanese on our largest offshore island.

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