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Nintendo game pulled from Chinese platforms after Hong Kong protest

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Another shining example of censorship and whitewashing engaged by the very same government that has zero qualms about accusing other nations of distorting history.

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Taiwan has seen what happened to Hong Kong and it's really turned off even the previously most ardent of supporters of reunification...

Independence for Hong Kong!

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Thin skinned and easily riled up.

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The Chinese government is disgusting.

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As long as people kiss the feet of China and have China make goods and products for these countries don’t ever expect anything to change. If each country brings manufacturing back to their own countries watch the air fizzle out of the Chinese paper dragon real fast. We need to cut our dependency.

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The best game of the year and they have to ruin it for everyone. This is why you don't mix politic in it.

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America is the biggest importer of Chinese goods at $500 billion.

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zichiToday  11:56 am JST

America is the biggest importer of Chinese goods at $500 billion.

Not for long. I'm sure it'll come to an end in the near future.

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As long as people kiss the feet of China and have China make goods and products for these countries don’t ever expect anything to change. If each country brings manufacturing back to their own countries watch the air fizzle out of the Chinese paper dragon real fast. We need to cut our dependency.

Again, the reason manufacturing is in China is this thing called the capitalist free market. The only way for countries to get manufacturing back home is for their governments to order companies to do so. Isn’t that what you specifically call socialism?

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Winnie has thrown another hissy fit I see.....

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Yep, this is exactly what we need. While this whole coronavirus stuff is going on, and it originated in China as we all know, the Chinese government wants to do this? Wow, talk about priorities.

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Isn’t that what you specifically call socialism?

China's regime was socialist and it's no longer... so that's not the problem (of being socialist or of being capitalist or any economical organisation pattern in between) but of being a dictature with a big mafia.

I think the solution would only come with a real break up of the Chinese empire. It's too big to be one country.

 the Chinese government wants to do this?

Precisely... I'm sure the top wigs in Beijing were upset a few days about Wuhan's outbreak, but the second week, they were already looking for how the opportunity could serve their agenda about Hong-Kong (destroying its culture) and about international trade and diplomacy (dominating).

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Behold the future people. Even now, politicians in countries are already afraid saying bad things about China, because their corporate overlords would kill their careers for losing a foot hole in the Chinese market.

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Scared of a computer game. How insecure are they?

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