China suspends U.S. military visits to Hong Kong, sanctions U.S.-based NGOs


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The USA govt isn't providing any material aid. NGOs - are just that - Non-Govt Organizations. NGOs in the US are supported by donations from normal people there. The belief in democracy is something we've all come to agree as the best of the terrible solutions to govt.

The law that Trump signed last week requires revisiting human rights in Hong Kong annually broad House, Senate and citizen support.

As a US citizen, I'll happily accept any firm counter measures that China wishes to employ. The sooner, the better. It will just cut off more of the US economy from China, which is fine.

Any country with nukes or a space program shouldn't be getting special treatment under "developing nation" status.

BTW, today is the 71st year that Costa Rica hasn't had a military at all. Nobody will ever invade China.

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That should be done long ago! Once the British leave, there iks no obligations of military contacts between US or China !

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Go ahead China, do your worst. Dictatorships are a cultural evolutionary throwback. The sooner they become extinct the better this world will be.

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