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    Re: Obama’s quiet nuclear deal with China raises proliferation concerns

    Quote Originally Posted by JANFU View Post
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    Selling your soul to the devil comes to mind.
    No deals on limiting Nukes, as the US has with Russia.
    Thoughts are?
    Nixon opened up China. US manufacturers have been using China for industry since the early eighties, making handsome profits. There really is no reason to hold China in this adversarial posture. I suppose the defence industry is licking their chops at the prospect of war with China.
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    Re: Obama’s quiet nuclear deal with China raises proliferation concerns

    Quote Originally Posted by JANFU View Post
    China is the only strategic threat to the US.
    Why sell technology that will come back to bite you in the ass.
    It is ffn stupid.
    What is stupid is thinking that they don't already have those so called secrets. Russia stole all ours during the cold war but you think China is clueless? China is our #1 trading partner, why don't you suggest we stop buying from them if you are so afraid. They will just buy the reactors from Europe if we are stupid enough to refuse to sell them.

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    Re: Obama’s quiet nuclear deal with China raises proliferation concerns

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Nixon opened up China. US manufacturers have been using China for industry since the early eighties, making handsome profits. There really is no reason to hold China in this adversarial posture. I suppose the defence industry is licking their chops at the prospect of war with China.
    The snake strikes when you least expect it. Yeah Pearl Harbor never happened, nor did 9-11 and China has never flexed it's mussel nor is the middle east in flames and Iran it not on the march along with Russia. Say nothing of WWI and WWII. But one never knows, well I take that back, some think they always know.
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    Re: Obama’s quiet nuclear deal with China raises proliferation concerns

    Quote Originally Posted by Born Free View Post
    The snake strikes when you least expect it. Yeah Pearl Harbor never happened, nor did 9-11 and China has never flexed it's mussel nor is the middle east in flames and Iran it not on the march along with Russia. Say nothing of WWI and WWII. But one never knows, well I take that back, some think they always know.
    Why do those things unrelated to China require an adversarial relationship between us and them, hmm?
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    Re: Obama’s quiet nuclear deal with China raises proliferation concerns

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Why do those things unrelated to China require an adversarial relationship between us and them, hmm?
    Nothing, but today's friend may be your next adversary. And I'm not calling China a friend. Thus the constitution requires a defense from any adversary no matter the conditions at the moment and to provide for the safety of it's people. Thus a strong military, that has proven to be necessary. Do you not agree?.

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    Re: Obama’s quiet nuclear deal with China raises proliferation concerns

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Why do those things unrelated to China require an adversarial relationship between us and them, hmm?
    Mornin Monte. What do you do when China makes an issue adversarial.....would you tuck tail and run? Not stick up for ones own self? Kowtow and show how you can manage talks with smiles and playing to the camera?

    Is it always bend over and kiss other countries asses? Allows someone to **** the country over. Is that what you would give into?

    Just what would cause you.....to ever stick up for yourself and your country?

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    Re: Obama’s quiet nuclear deal with China raises proliferation concerns

    Quote Originally Posted by Born Free View Post
    Nothing, but today's friend may be your next adversary. And I'm not calling China a friend. Thus the constitution requires a defense from any adversary no matter the conditions at the moment and to provide for the safety of it's people. Thus a strong military, that has proven to be necessary. Do you not agree?.

    The snake strikes when you least expect it.
    We'll no. I don't think China is a snake, and I don't appreciate ginning up a war with them.
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    Re: Obama’s quiet nuclear deal with China raises proliferation concerns

    Quote Originally Posted by MMC View Post
    Mornin Monte. What do you do when China makes an issue adversarial.....would you tuck tail and run? Not stick up for ones own self? Kowtow and show how you can manage talks with smiles and playing to the camera?

    Is it always bend over and kiss other countries asses? Allows someone to **** the country over. Is that what you would give into?

    Just what would cause you.....to ever stick up for yourself and your country?
    Morning buddy. I didn't feel threatened by Hussein, Gaddafi, Assad, Putin or Xi (Jinping). Maintaining adversarial relationships may be good business for the MIC, but it's not any good on a humanitarian level. And what issue has China made adversarial with the US?
    Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy

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    Re: Obama’s quiet nuclear deal with China raises proliferation concerns

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Morning buddy. I didn't feel threatened by Hussein, Gaddafi, Assad, Putin or Xi (Jinping). Maintaining adversarial relationships may be good business for the MIC, but it's not any good on a humanitarian level. And what issue has China made adversarial with the US?
    That's not what you were asked Monte. But it was a nice sidestep. Just sayin.

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    Re: Obama’s quiet nuclear deal with China raises proliferation concerns

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Why do those things unrelated to China require an adversarial relationship between us and them, hmm?
    Good morning, Montecresto.

    Our media is responsible for fomenting this, and I wonder why! This is :

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