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China is afraid

Public companies are required to discuss risk in their annual reports. I wonder how many discussed how vulnerable they are to a China dominated supply chain.
The media as well as China is being unmasked:

"...What you’re observing is the final cry to reshape the narrative by a significant group of people whose dominant foreign policy worldview of the last quarter-century is collapsing as we speak. This comes after “China lied, people died” was trending on Twitter, despite the desperate attempts of corporate Western media to hide Chinese culpability. The New York Times argument that China bought the West time was a paraphrase of a Xinhua propaganda headline. The public can see through the nonsense.

The Atlantic Staff Writer Anne Applebaum argued that China is the new superpower after it sent aid to Italy while Trump closed borders. Time magazine columnist Ian Bremmer argued the same. The elite media continuously harp on these themes.

It’s clear, however, that closing borders was a wise decision ahead of the curve, and was immediately followed by the same decisions in the European Union, India, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand. How does it feel to parrot Chinese state propaganda? Very similar to the Euro-left in the 1970s parroting Soviets, I’d imagine. You either don’t realize that you’re a moron, played by the Soviets, or you think it is for the greater good. And this time, there are so many of them...."
03-25-2020 12:43 PM
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