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DKezzy
12-19-2016, 10:31 AM
Apparently Xi thought The Don was a bitch and he's getting a rude awakening. This is the start of a new era. Their newspaper just mocked Donald also.

China better be careful...

RIKTER
12-19-2016, 10:37 AM
The it becomes a 2 front war for America...millions of chinese military and about 65 million Americans, both on the same side ;)

moonstarrrrr
12-19-2016, 10:45 AM
The it becomes a 2 front war for America...millions of chinese military and about 65 million Americans, both on the same side ;)
Luckilly liberals can't fight

JoshSP1985
12-19-2016, 11:07 AM
Luckilly liberals can't fight

This, always laugh when the same liberals that wan't the public disarmed call for a revolution because of Trump. Maybe they'll finally understand the 2nd amendment.

ChewYourFood
12-19-2016, 11:37 AM
Apparently Xi thought The Don was a bitch and he's getting a rude awakening. This is the start of a new era. Their newspaper just mocked Donald also.

China better be careful...

They are supposedly flustered as fuk cause Don said they stole it. Fuk em. Nothing worse than a thief. The ball is in our court and they know they are about to get cucked hard. Watching them get stumped is glorious.

JoshSP1985
12-19-2016, 11:41 AM
They are supposedly flustered as fuk cause Don said they stole it. Fuk em. Nothing worse than a thief. The ball is in our court and they know they are about to get cucked hard. Watching them get stumped is glorious.

This, we have every upper hand in this situation. Our consumerism keeps their economy a float.

RIKTER
12-19-2016, 11:43 AM
Luckilly liberals can't fight

How bout we drop you off in Baltimore and you can test that theory out for yourself. ;)

JoshSP1985
12-19-2016, 11:44 AM
How bout we drop you off in Baltimore and you can test that theory out for yourself. ;)

He was obviously speaking in general

RIKTER
12-19-2016, 11:51 AM
He was obviously speaking in general

I know, but his stereotype is incorrect. The SJWs "setting the stage" in the classroom are not the same ones in the streets enforcing it.

moonstarrrrr
12-19-2016, 12:42 PM
How bout we drop you off in Baltimore and you can test that theory out for yourself. ;)
Very afraid of some african heroine addicts from the fattest country in the world
Just lmao, you smartasses don't fukk with eastern europe for a reason

JoshSP1985
12-19-2016, 12:43 PM
I know, but his stereotype is incorrect. The SJWs "setting the stage" in the classroom are not the same ones in the streets enforcing it.

Well if this election season is any indication the people enforcing it are only doing it when they're being paid.

GenghisBro
12-19-2016, 02:39 PM
Americans should be more weary of those scheming Jews than the Chinese, as they're responsible for degenerating aspects of American culture with their huge influence in the media.

MrHydrochloride
12-19-2016, 02:45 PM
Tensions are pretty high

The situation in the south China sea could get worst as their rumblings the Phillippenes ( spelled wrong) want no U.S.A bases there

I expect a bold move to be attempted by China: may sound crazy but I expect them at least attempted to set up a base somewhere around the Bering sea on Russia's coast

TravisOllander
12-19-2016, 03:20 PM
Probably not worth to fight a conventional war. They'd be better off infiltrating the political system and installing a Manchurian candidate (like the Russians did). That, or a few well placed terrorist attacks (look at what happened post 911) would be enough to inconvenience the American public and have them retreat (like they did from Iraq). Once gas hits 4$/gallon it's game over.

SwollNMember
12-19-2016, 05:02 PM
Luckilly liberals can't fight

Ever been bitch slapped? Stings like a bitch.

JonathanRhimes
12-19-2016, 05:14 PM
Temporarily wrecks the economy of both but the USA comes out ahead by either having a manufacturing and industry renaissance in the USA, buying cheap imported stuff from Africa/India, or some of both. China meanwhile would lose their biggest manufacturing wares market with no obvious buyer replacement

Ironsmith29
12-19-2016, 06:12 PM
Temporarily wrecks the economy of both but the USA comes out ahead by either having a manufacturing and industry renaissance in the USA, buying cheap imported stuff from Africa/India, or some of both. China meanwhile would lose their biggest manufacturing wares market with no obvious buyer replacement

The belief that the USA depends on phucking China for its economic prosperity is ludicrous. If the USA decided to shut shop, the Chinese would be back in their rice paddies within a decade.

TravisOllander
12-19-2016, 06:31 PM
The belief that the USA depends on phucking China for its economic prosperity is ludicrous. If the USA decided to shut shop, the Chinese would be back in their rice paddies within a decade.

not really though
United States: US$410.8 billion (18% of total China exports)
Hong Kong: $334.3 billion (14.6%)
Japan: $135.9 billion (6%)
South Korea: $101.5 billion (4.4%)
Germany: $69.2 billion (3%)
Vietnam: $66.4 billion (2.9%)
United Kingdom: $59.7 billion (2.6%)
Netherlands: $59.6 billion (2.6%)
India: $58.3 billion (2.6%)
Singapore: $53.1 billion (2.3%)
Taiwan: $45.1 billion (2%)
Malaysia: $44.2 billion (1.9%)
Australia: $40.4 billion (1.8%)
Thailand: $38.3 billion (1.7%)
United Arab Emirates: $37.1 billion (1.6%)