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Re: HK and PRC
« Reply #15 on: August 13, 2019, 01:15:08 PM »
So let's get philosophical... is the rest of the world promoting communism for China? Because we all use China for the majority of manufacturing, are we enabling them to keep their status quo?

I'd like to hear if anyone here actually supports the Chinese government/way of life. It would seem that there is a large number that don't or else why would they come to the US? But at the same time, it seems there is large number that do because they are in the "privileged class" and don't want to upset the apple cart.

Like where do most Chinese FCBs who buy in Irvine fall? The Haves or the Have Nots?

Does that mean Irvine is supporting Communism? :)
There are many people in mainland China who believe in freedom of expression, government by the consent of the people, the rule of law, and human rights. The concentration camps in China are full of these people. 

Where do FCB's in Irvine fall? In socialist counties, distribution of wealth is controlled by the state, so if you have enough wealth to buy an Irvine home, then you are by definition a supporter of communism.

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Re: HK and PRC
« Reply #16 on: August 13, 2019, 01:15:32 PM »
The Chinese Communist Party has had a couple decades with “conventional” US presidents like Clinton, Bush, and Obama of engaging in unfair trading practices, getting called on it by the US, promising to change things, and then doing nothing. It will be interesting to see if Trump’s tariff will be able to hold the Chinese to their commitments.

Mexico has had a couple decades with “conventional” US presidents like Clinton, Bush, and Obama of promising to enforce Mexican immigration laws and then doing nothing. Since Trump’s tariff threats, Mexico is now enforcing its own laws and dramatically curtailed the number of migrants transiting their territory towards the US.

Hopefully, the tariffs will work on the Chinese the same way they did on the Mexicans.

Wow. Another Latino hater.
I guess Qwerty knows who’s his friends are on TI. (or shall I say Amigos)  ;)

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Re: HK and PRC
« Reply #17 on: August 13, 2019, 01:36:50 PM »
The Chinese Communist Party has had a couple decades with “conventional” US presidents like Clinton, Bush, and Obama of engaging in unfair trading practices, getting called on it by the US, promising to change things, and then doing nothing. It will be interesting to see if Trump’s tariff will be able to hold the Chinese to their commitments.

Mexico has had a couple decades with “conventional” US presidents like Clinton, Bush, and Obama of promising to enforce Mexican immigration laws and then doing nothing. Since Trump’s tariff threats, Mexico is now enforcing its own laws and dramatically curtailed the number of migrants transiting their territory towards the US.

Hopefully, the tariffs will work on the Chinese the same way they did on the Mexicans.

Wow. Another Latino hater.
I guess Qwerty knows who’s his friends are on TI. (or shall I say Amigos)  ;)

how is he a "latino hater"?

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Re: HK and PRC
« Reply #18 on: August 13, 2019, 01:56:24 PM »
And why do you always try (and fail) to drag QWERTY into your accusations?

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Re: HK and PRC
« Reply #19 on: August 13, 2019, 01:59:06 PM »
The Chinese Communist Party has had a couple decades with “conventional” US presidents like Clinton, Bush, and Obama of engaging in unfair trading practices, getting called on it by the US, promising to change things, and then doing nothing. It will be interesting to see if Trump’s tariff will be able to hold the Chinese to their commitments.

Mexico has had a couple decades with “conventional” US presidents like Clinton, Bush, and Obama of promising to enforce Mexican immigration laws and then doing nothing. Since Trump’s tariff threats, Mexico is now enforcing its own laws and dramatically curtailed the number of migrants transiting their territory towards the US.

Hopefully, the tariffs will work on the Chinese the same way they did on the Mexicans.

Wow. Another Latino hater.
I guess Qwerty knows who’s his friends are on TI. (or shall I say Amigos)  ;)

how is he a "latino hater"?

Mexico has nothing to do with the Chinese tarriffs. (It’s the classic tactic bringing Mexico in the conversation which is a stretch)

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Re: HK and PRC
« Reply #20 on: August 13, 2019, 02:00:09 PM »
When the grass is cut, the snakes will show.

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Re: HK and PRC
« Reply #21 on: August 13, 2019, 02:03:12 PM »
And why do you always try (and fail) to drag QWERTY into your accusations?

I’ll say what I’ll say. Do you think it’s okay to pick on Mexicans? Maybe I should pick on Philippines like where your family is from.

So let’s talk about Coffee Bean. Guess who just bought Cofeee Bean.

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Re: HK and PRC
« Reply #22 on: August 13, 2019, 02:11:02 PM »
The Chinese Communist Party has had a couple decades with “conventional” US presidents like Clinton, Bush, and Obama of engaging in unfair trading practices, getting called on it by the US, promising to change things, and then doing nothing. It will be interesting to see if Trump’s tariff will be able to hold the Chinese to their commitments.

Mexico has had a couple decades with “conventional” US presidents like Clinton, Bush, and Obama of promising to enforce Mexican immigration laws and then doing nothing. Since Trump’s tariff threats, Mexico is now enforcing its own laws and dramatically curtailed the number of migrants transiting their territory towards the US.

Hopefully, the tariffs will work on the Chinese the same way they did on the Mexicans.

Wow. Another Latino hater.
I guess Qwerty knows who’s his friends are on TI. (or shall I say Amigos)  ;)

how is he a "latino hater"?

Mexico has nothing to do with the Chinese tarriffs. (It’s the classic tactic bringing Mexico in the conversation which is a stretch)

To be fair, Happiness was addressing the concept of the effectiveness of *tariffs*.

While I find it difficult to compare Mexico to China in this regard, I am also unsure how this demonstrates any "hate" by Happiness.
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Re: HK and PRC
« Reply #23 on: August 13, 2019, 02:13:07 PM »
The Chinese Communist Party has had a couple decades with “conventional” US presidents like Clinton, Bush, and Obama of engaging in unfair trading practices, getting called on it by the US, promising to change things, and then doing nothing. It will be interesting to see if Trump’s tariff will be able to hold the Chinese to their commitments.

Mexico has had a couple decades with “conventional” US presidents like Clinton, Bush, and Obama of promising to enforce Mexican immigration laws and then doing nothing. Since Trump’s tariff threats, Mexico is now enforcing its own laws and dramatically curtailed the number of migrants transiting their territory towards the US.

Hopefully, the tariffs will work on the Chinese the same way they did on the Mexicans.

Wow. Another Latino hater.
I guess Qwerty knows who’s his friends are on TI. (or shall I say Amigos)  ;)

how is he a "latino hater"?

Mexico has nothing to do with the Chinese tarriffs. (It’s the classic tactic bringing Mexico in the conversation which is a stretch)

except they do have to do with chinese tariffs.  have you forgotten all the winning?

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Trump Says Mexico Tariffs Worked, Emboldening Trade Fight With China

WASHINGTON — President Trump has concluded his tariff threat worked and forced Mexico to stop the flow of migrants. On Monday, he pivoted back to his trade fight with China and vowed to hit Beijing with more tariffs if it did not accede to America’s trade demands.

“The China deal’s going to work out,” Mr. Trump said in an interview on CNBC. “You know why? Because of tariffs. Because right now China is getting absolutely decimated by companies that are leaving China, going to other countries, including our own, because they don’t want to pay the tariffs.”

The president has long favored tariffs as an immediate and unilateral policy tool. But his increasing confidence that the levies have helped accomplish his goals without harming the United States sets up an even more tumultuous period ahead for businesses, consumers and foreign countries.

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/10/us/politics/trump-mexico-tariffs-china.html

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Re: HK and PRC
« Reply #24 on: August 13, 2019, 02:14:38 PM »
The Chinese Communist Party has had a couple decades with “conventional” US presidents like Clinton, Bush, and Obama of engaging in unfair trading practices, getting called on it by the US, promising to change things, and then doing nothing. It will be interesting to see if Trump’s tariff will be able to hold the Chinese to their commitments.

Mexico has had a couple decades with “conventional” US presidents like Clinton, Bush, and Obama of promising to enforce Mexican immigration laws and then doing nothing. Since Trump’s tariff threats, Mexico is now enforcing its own laws and dramatically curtailed the number of migrants transiting their territory towards the US.

Hopefully, the tariffs will work on the Chinese the same way they did on the Mexicans.

Wow. Another Latino hater.
I guess Qwerty knows who’s his friends are on TI. (or shall I say Amigos)  ;)

how is he a "latino hater"?

Mexico has nothing to do with the Chinese tarriffs. (It’s the classic tactic bringing Mexico in the conversation which is a stretch)

To be fair, Happiness was addressing the concept of the effectiveness of *tariffs*.

While I find it difficult to compare Mexico to China in this regard, I am also unsure how this demonstrates any "hate" by Happiness.

It’s a combination of his posts. But do you see what he’s doing. It’s like a dual post. Talks about China and then out of no where talk about Mexico. Saying this and that about Mexico. How does he know they haven’t enforced their border?

Regarding tarriffs who’s paying for it? Trump says China
But in actuality it’s the American consumers

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Re: HK and PRC
« Reply #25 on: August 13, 2019, 02:15:26 PM »
And why do you always try (and fail) to drag QWERTY into your accusations?

I’ll say what I’ll say. Do you think it’s okay to pick on Mexicans? Maybe I should pick on Philippines like where your family is from.

So let’s talk about Coffee Bean. Guess who just bought Cofeee Bean.

Yes,  but I do know the guys at Jolli bee who did, and yes I do love a good Pilipino  joke...if you know one.

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Re: HK and PRC
« Reply #26 on: August 13, 2019, 02:21:32 PM »
Minor nit, the Yellow Vest Protests in Europe haven't died out.  Coverage has but the movement rages on. 

China, Europe, illegal immigration shell games in the USA its just corruption and money.

Hong Kong, those kids have a reason to be scared, Chinacgets their way, they won't even have the facade of freedom.

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Re: HK and PRC
« Reply #27 on: August 13, 2019, 02:23:54 PM »
Minor nit, the Yellow Vest Protests in Europe haven't died out.  Coverage has but the movement rages on. 

China, Europe, illegal immigration shell games in the USA its just corruption and money.

Your right business like and want the cheap labor. But doesn’t say one word regarding immigration.

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Re: HK and PRC
« Reply #28 on: August 13, 2019, 02:26:05 PM »
conspiracy theory: the US has people on the ground, covertly leading or helping facilitate the protests in hk as a means to create unrest and forcing china's hand

who says nay?

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Re: HK and PRC
« Reply #29 on: August 13, 2019, 02:27:10 PM »
Minor nit, the Yellow Vest Protests in Europe haven't died out.  Coverage has but the movement rages on. 

China, Europe, illegal immigration shell games in the USA its just corruption and money.

Your right business like and want the cheap labor. But doesn’t say one word regarding immigration.

Illegal immigration is drivsn by two factors, desperation and ready employment exploitation of that desperation.  Orange jumpsuits of C-levels resolves it quickly.

 

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