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China's virus diplomacy: Global savior or 'Wolf Warrior'?

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AFP from Beijing and carrying the CCP's propaganda bucket. And the media wonders why 2/3 of us do not trust them.

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China paying the world $10 trillion in reparations for tanking the global economy and killing hundreds of millions of innocent people may improve its standing.

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President Xi Jinping has a big head. After seeing the world needs Chinese cheap labor, Mr. Xi took advantage of the trillions the country has made through many legal and underhanded means and decided to play the real communist role. Because of media blackout we cannot know how many people he’s killed in China. Thousands? Tens of thousands? Millions? We may never know. If how he treats Hong Kong is any indication, I feel sorry for the Chinese. I hope whole heartedly the western powers know how to liberate this nation. God Bless China.

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Boycott China. Force them back into the IRON AGE.

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China is doing what other nations that aspired to "greatness" have done throughout history - believe that they are superior and fabricate any justification to take what they want. Romans, Turks and all of the colonizers (British, Dutch, French, Spanish, US, Japan) have done it.

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Peter NeilMay 28  09:49 pm JST

China is doing what other nations that aspired to "greatness" have done throughout history - believe that they are superior and fabricate any justification to take what they want. Romans, Turks and all of the colonizers (British, Dutch, French, Spanish, US, Japan) have done it.

Yes but it's th e 21st Century now. The world doesn't need to put up with this crap.

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The world is just as corrupt as ever and so are the people who think that they are "exceptional." We're no better than the people of the (pick any) century.

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