A lot of things are bad but I don't think they are worse than being a stiff in a pine box six feet under.
You don't need to worry about how you'll pay for food or rent without any income when you're six feet under.
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But I thought the CCP said that there's on such thing as wet markets. Now they're admitting that such things exist?
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Enough with the China bashing. Every country underreports.
Maybe, but unlike China, most other countries' governments won't make you disappear if you call them out on it.
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But China needs the raw materials. It is not easy to replace Australia as supplier, and if it does, other buyers are created automatically on the world market. The situation is not as one-sided as you make out to be.
Australia is so worried about the possibility of China finding a new supplier, and there are surely countries out there who will gladly take Australia's place as one of China's biggest supplier, that I'm concerned Australia will not show a backbone to China/CCP after all this blows over. Australians are sick of China's influence on the country, yet they keep voting for politicians who continue to sell us out to China.
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Australian leadership = Trumps poodles.
Hardly. If anything, Australian leadership has been the CCP's poodles, and this has been going for years.
Australia calling for an independent probe in to the WHO, but refuse to reconsider their funding to the WHO - seems like nothing but hollow words.
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Right after everyone went out to hanami? Gasp, I never would've guessed.
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He's from South Australia.
So is former SA Attorney General Michael Atkinson. Coincidence?
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the man on the right can be heard telling the man, in no uncertain terms, to stop what he’s doing
Stop coughing. My goodness, what an idea. Why didn't I think of that?
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