Anonymous 2021-10-18 (Mon) 15:16:58 No. 553604
>>553412 >if taiwan belong to chynah, Berlin belongs to Zimbabwe
Check mate, Xi
Anonymous 2021-10-18 (Mon) 15:45:47 No. 553664
The closest comparison would be Crimea during the Civil War, where the whites/reactionaries hid for a time, claiming to be the real rulers of Russia.
Anonymous 2021-10-18 (Mon) 15:48:09 No. 553671
>>553332 >When are we going to see Chinese films being aired in the USA?
Things like Battle at Lake Changjin? Never, since in the collective anglo mind movies like are blatant propaganda and misinformation because it's a historical military movie where Anglo is portrayed as the bad guy. When anglo is portrayed as the rugged white saviour it is fine and accurate.
Anonymous 2021-10-18 (Mon) 16:12:27 No. 553714
Never really had full control over the party, Jiang Zemin still had a lot of influence behind the scenes. Reduced the urban/rural inequality gap by some margin though, which is cool imo
Anonymous 2021-10-18 (Mon) 18:07:08 No. 553866
>>553412 > Russia as East-Ukraine
Funny the CIA picks NATO enemies. Reply to him "or Spain as Catalunya" to see the spook screeching hard.
Anonymous 2021-10-18 (Mon) 18:08:56 No. 553870
More that guy is a spook.
Anonymous 2021-10-18 (Mon) 18:18:04 No. 553878
>Southern Canada >Northern Mexico
Anonymous 2021-10-18 (Mon) 18:24:10 No. 553889
Honestly I thought it kind of sucked. There are some interesting scenes with Mao and his son, and the bromance is good as it always is in Chinese movies. The war scenes were pure Hollywood trash and were way too long, like the battle before the actual Chosin battle was longer than the pivotal namesake of the movie itself. And then there's a random battle with random Chinese troops after the initial Chosin battle that's pretty much just there for some propaganda slogans. They could've made a much better movie if last year's 800 and Sacrifice ( that movie about the bridge crossing) were anything to go by.
Anonymous 2021-10-18 (Mon) 18:27:09 No. 553895
Anonymous 2021-10-18 (Mon) 18:33:31 No. 553904
That too. All those spooks just get spooked.
Anonymous 2021-10-18 (Mon) 19:28:56 No. 553987
Fuck off mutt only thing your entire continent is good for is nuclear testing.
Anonymous 2021-10-18 (Mon) 19:32:25 No. 553990
>>553987 >Fuck off mutt
Not a mutt.
>your entire continent is good for is nuclear testing.
What about Cuba?
Anonymous 2021-10-18 (Mon) 19:36:42 No. 553998
Anything south of USA are bros. Especially Mexicans have honorable past of revolutions but American foreign policy combined with prohibition has done so much damage.
Anonymous 2021-10-18 (Mon) 20:14:52 No. 554056
Anonymous 2021-10-19 (Tue) 15:46:15 No. 555120
These war movies probably not, but I'm gonna watch Cliff Walkers later tonight in the local kinoplex.
Anonymous 2021-10-19 (Tue) 16:43:25 No. 555148
IMHO: purge incoming. Some got corrupted by speculators. China has enough housing, they already moderately oversupply it. The empty cities that slowly fill up are a manifestation of that. Xi wants more even distribution of wealth, that's a political fight.
Anonymous 2021-10-19 (Tue) 16:48:29 No. 555150
China's housing market is 20 of the gdp and prices falling would collapse the entire system, imagine if most of your retirement fund disappeared overnight. The chink government can only spend trillions to keep the bubble alive or let it crash and take the rest of the economy with it.
Anonymous 2021-10-19 (Tue) 18:09:07 No. 555227
Baijiu is the name for a very diverse category of spirits. Ming River is made by Americans for Americans, based off the softest Baijiu flavors.
Anonymous 2021-10-19 (Tue) 18:42:15 No. 555251
If China ecnomy collapses the US economy would collapse too, we tried to warn you about neoliberalism but you didnt listen.
Anonymous 2021-10-19 (Tue) 18:54:09 No. 555274
Bruh China has 2.8 million factories how fucking hard can it be to just manufacture shit for other Chinese people instead of this fucking garbage economy
Anonymous 2021-10-19 (Tue) 19:09:46 No. 555294
Not how capitalist economies work m8.
Anonymous 2021-10-19 (Tue) 19:17:38 No. 555301
You are trying to frame your analysis as an anglo. The Chinese do not value expensive homes and do not like to speculate with home prices. The cheaper they are, the more valuable for the Chinese these homes are because they can spend on other stuff. The bubble is not about prices skyrocketing, the bubble is that the real-stator company did houses expecting a rise on the house hoping the market would behave like the U.S. market. That's not what the Chinese government would do, and their people will give 0 fucks if that sector collapses because they spend more on other stuff.
Anonymous 2021-10-19 (Tue) 19:20:16 No. 555305
What do we know about these people? Any rundowns?
Anonymous 2021-10-19 (Tue) 19:59:05 No. 555375
China doesn't extract all the resources required at home. So, they sell light industry goods to USA to get dollars to buy up resources in Global South and tech and real economy companies in the West.
If you STILL keep your savings in housing market after China for ten years already raising red flags and threatening to cut down this beast, you deserve your retirement funds to disappear. If you have markets, there's ALWAYS going to be losers who keep the bag. You can't pursue contradicting class interests at the same time, you have to choose whom you are going to harm. And guess what, China chose to punish smart-ass "investors" who speculate on prices instead of actually helping the economy grow.
Anonymous 2021-10-19 (Tue) 20:07:55 No. 555389
>>555301 >The Chinese do not value expensive homes and do not like to speculate with home prices.
Is that not the exact thing that Evergrande did?
Anonymous 2021-10-19 (Tue) 21:05:01 No. 555492
Because evergrande is a conglomerate with international investors.
The only ones screeching are outsiders.
Anonymous 2021-10-19 (Tue) 21:27:45 No. 555522 >>555492
looks at the videos with all those chinese protestors
looks at the video with the chinese grandma attacking that evergrande manager
<why do people believe evergrande was only international investors
Anonymous 2021-10-19 (Tue) 21:39:21 No. 555542
who would know inside China there are people, native, with outsider mentality.
, it is like we have never seen CIA funding separatists who coincidentally do not think like the rest of the population before. The gruesome investment comes from abroad, not internally.
Anonymous 2021-10-19 (Tue) 21:49:22 No. 555561
>>555542 >first claim is literally evergrande is a conglomerate with international investors.and that literally The only ones screeching are outsiders.
shows it isnt the case
<backpedals >well its clearly these people had outsider mentality and funded by the cia >outsider mentality and cia funding >in mainland china >in mainland xi china >in mainland xi purging cia shit china >in mainland core territory xi purging shit china
Anonymous 2021-10-19 (Tue) 21:58:43 No. 555573
jfc this is some sad cope
Anonymous 2021-10-19 (Tue) 21:59:08 No. 555576
btw stop pressing enter so much you fucking faggot
Anonymous 2021-10-19 (Tue) 22:06:39 No. 555582
>>555575 >video not inside china >literal videos have the evergrande building in view or are inside the building >literal videos are uploaded by a pro ccp chinese nationalist and defender
known as numvee showing the protests
Anonymous 2021-10-19 (Tue) 22:38:56 No. 555617
Wow, 60 persons of out a city with 20 million. Statistically, that's a no one.
Anonymous 2021-10-19 (Tue) 23:13:04 No. 555651
Is this a chinese troony? disgusting, based Xi for banning these people.
Anonymous 2021-10-20 (Wed) 03:00:03 No. 555861
Why would you use your own resources when you can use someone else's?
Anonymous 2021-10-20 (Wed) 03:09:35 No. 555873
Or it simply acquires the housing market entirely.
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