China slams US defence act over trade restrictions

Jun 2013
1,175
Earth
1. Beijing (AFP) – Beijing on Thursday said it “firmly opposes” trade restrictions included in a new US defence act, having already admonished the bill for interfering in China’s internal affairs.

The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) — signed into law last week — bars the use of federal funds to buy railcars and buses from China, and slows the lifting of sanctions on tech giant Huawei....


2. What's the point of "firmly opposing" trade restrictions when the US is treating any protest from China as bathroom singing or sutra chanting? The best way of dealing with US imperialism is undoubtedly tit-for-tat.

In more than 200 years of conflict with the natives, the US imperialists gained more from deception in dialogue than from wars of plunder. Now they use the same tactics to bind China hand and foot to the deal while annulling the promises to that country by enacting legislations, bills, laws or the so-called defence acts.

Using an analogy, the US is giving out with one hand but taking back with the other. While trying to pry open the doors of others, it is closing its own doors. How do electric buses and railcars threaten US security? Isn't it the greatest joke of the century?

The US leader may tell his Chinese counterpart: "Don't blame me. I have no power over the Pentagon or Little Marco or that woman whose fake teeth are falling out of her mouth. If they enact legislations, bills or laws to annul all my promises to you, I simply can't do anything to break the law. However, you are still legally bound to the deal because you have put your signature to it."

It can be seen that the US Empire is applying Sunzi's strategy of winning without fighting. China had faced many invasions in the past, but those nomadic invaders resorted to brute force rather than trickery. China needs to be on guard of being short-changed by an empire that was built on a foundation of more than 200 years of subtle deception. :)
 
Oct 2019
259
San Bernardino, CA
They just don't like having been minimized since Trump lowered the boom on them when he took office.

 
Dec 2019
64
U.S. Arkansas
This is all over my head , but looking at the state of our national economics and the state of international economics " I would think " to support Trump's economic plan is the best interest of the U. S. citizens . Long before Trump entered politics , China 's economy was collapsing . If China's economic trend is not stabilized or reversed , it's citizens will be starving and we will see a giant Venezuela style collapse in China .
 
Oct 2019
259
San Bernardino, CA
This is all over my head , but looking at the state of our national economics and the state of international economics " I would think " to support Trump's economic plan is the best interest of the U. S. citizens . Long before Trump entered politics , China 's economy was collapsing . If China's economic trend is not stabilized or reversed , it's citizens will be starving and we will see a giant Venezuela style collapse in China .
Indeed.
 
Oct 2012
4,210
Louisville, Ky
1. Beijing (AFP) – Beijing on Thursday said it “firmly opposes” trade restrictions included in a new US defence act, having already admonished the bill for interfering in China’s internal affairs.
The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) — signed into law last week — bars the use of federal funds to buy railcars and buses from China, and slows the lifting of sanctions on tech giant Huawei....


2. What's the point of "firmly opposing" trade restrictions when the US is treating any protest from China as bathroom singing or sutra chanting? The best way of dealing with US imperialism is undoubtedly tit-for-tat.

In more than 200 years of conflict with the natives, the US imperialists gained more from deception in dialogue than from wars of plunder. Now they use the same tactics to bind China hand and foot to the deal while annulling the promises to that country by enacting legislations, bills, laws or the so-called defence acts.

Using an analogy, the US is giving out with one hand but taking back with the other. While trying to pry open the doors of others, it is closing its own doors. How do electric buses and railcars threaten US security? Isn't it the greatest joke of the century?

The US leader may tell his Chinese counterpart: "Don't blame me. I have no power over the Pentagon or Little Marco or that woman whose fake teeth are falling out of her mouth. If they enact legislations, bills or laws to annul all my promises to you, I simply can't do anything to break the law. However, you are still legally bound to the deal because you have put your signature to it."

It can be seen that the US Empire is applying Sunzi's strategy of winning without fighting. China had faced many invasions in the past, but those nomadic invaders resorted to brute force rather than trickery. China needs to be on guard of being short-changed by an empire that was built on a foundation of more than 200 years of subtle deception. :)
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