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Re: USA vs China

Postby Paphitis » Sun Sep 19, 2021 4:16 am

Like Cyprus, we too had many traitors with their fingers in the honey jar.

But in the last 2 years, things have changed drastically and Australia is basically telling Chy-na to F Off!

Believe me, our relations with Chy-na are no good. Nearly every day Chy-na is criticizing us and threatening us.

Our trade with Chy-na is in decline and it is the best thing for our country.

We won’t starve because we have resources and energy on tap and do many countries want to buy them. We use to sell to many gulf states but then let Chy-na consume the market. Now we have other markets like India, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, UAE, Iraq, and even Pootin wants to trade with us.

It’s not Kolodjia we are selling. It’s energy and resources and they sell.

We have had a trade war now for nearly 2 years and we are not starving. On the contrary.
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Re: USA vs China

Postby Lordo » Sun Sep 19, 2021 10:34 am

Lets face it Australia is like an annoying bug compared to China and resources can be got at else where where it will devestate Australian ecenomy if they cut off their trade because of tis pact,

So the assholes managed to annoy China and France at the same time.

Thats what I call a good foreign policy.
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Re: USA vs China

Postby Paphitis » Mon Sep 20, 2021 3:09 pm

Lordo wrote:Lets face it Australia is like an annoying bug compared to China and resources can be got at else where where it will devestate Australian ecenomy if they cut off their trade because of tis pact,

So the assholes managed to annoy China and France at the same time.

Thats what I call a good foreign policy.


We are ok with France. We will always be ok with France. Sure, they are upset because they lost a 90 billion deal. But that isn’t enough to harm our bilateral relations with France in the medium to long term. Australia and France need each other.

As fir Chy-na, we don’t care about their trade. We are weaning off these criminals. As far as we are concerned, they can take a flying leap to hell. We don’t want their money.

We sell resources and we can sell to anyone we like. We have a dominance in the resource and energy market as a very big player and we have no shortage of buyers.

And soon, we will have state of the art nuclear powered subs with Tomahawk Cruise Missiles.

It’s a beautiful thing.
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Re: USA vs China

Postby Paphitis » Mon Sep 20, 2021 3:25 pm

I mean who wants to do business with Chyna?

All their stuff is totally shit quality. Shit cars, shit everything.

I just installed some plantations at a house and the blades bubbled from overspray. It was a write off. Absolute disaster.

No quality control at all. Just a total joke.
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Re: USA vs China

Postby Londonrake » Mon Sep 20, 2021 4:32 pm

Paphitis wrote:And soon, we will have state of the art nuclear powered subs with Tomahawk Cruise Missiles.



An article I read in the DT yesterday suggested it could be as late as around 2040 before these subs are operational.
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Re: USA vs China

Postby Lordo » Mon Sep 20, 2021 4:39 pm

Londonrake wrote:
Paphitis wrote:And soon, we will have state of the art nuclear powered subs with Tomahawk Cruise Missiles.



An article I read in the DT yesterday suggested it could be as late as around 2040 before these subs are operational.


Its ok, the Chinese general assured them he will not send any bombs till they have the subs working so they can at least enjoy the bombs dropping on them. It will be ok.

Even the French ones would not be available for another 6 years. You would think they will get at least a few of the French ones til lthe Yankee subs become avaialble. Quite what these subs will do is not easy to understand because nobody can fire these nuclear wapons so it is money gone down the drain but thats ok as it is all shit anyway.
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Re: USA vs China

Postby Paphitis » Mon Sep 20, 2021 10:51 pm

Londonrake wrote:
Paphitis wrote:And soon, we will have state of the art nuclear powered subs with Tomahawk Cruise Missiles.



An article I read in the DT yesterday suggested it could be as late as around 2040 before these subs are operational.


Another article just yesterday suggested there may be an acquisition of US LA or California class by 2030.

The Collins class are going through their final upgrade here in Adelaide worth several billions of dollars alone.

There are a lot of articles but the target is for the first boat to hit the water by 2032 otherwise there will be some stop gap measure with LA or California class - probably on a lease arrangement.
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Re: USA vs China

Postby Paphitis » Mon Sep 20, 2021 10:53 pm

Lordo wrote:
Londonrake wrote:
Paphitis wrote:And soon, we will have state of the art nuclear powered subs with Tomahawk Cruise Missiles.



An article I read in the DT yesterday suggested it could be as late as around 2040 before these subs are operational.


Its ok, the Chinese general assured them he will not send any bombs till they have the subs working so they can at least enjoy the bombs dropping on them. It will be ok.

Even the French ones would not be available for another 6 years. You would think they will get at least a few of the French ones til lthe Yankee subs become avaialble. Quite what these subs will do is not easy to understand because nobody can fire these nuclear wapons so it is money gone down the drain but thats ok as it is all shit anyway.


That’s ok. The Australian general can assure them we will not be sending any Tomahawk missiles if the Chinese assure us they won’t fire any at Sydney so that we don’t have to go looking forward them in the Pacific Ocean or worse still they hit New Zealand instead.
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Re: USA vs China

Postby Lordo » Tue Sep 21, 2021 6:00 pm

Paphitis wrote:
Lordo wrote:
Londonrake wrote:
Paphitis wrote:And soon, we will have state of the art nuclear powered subs with Tomahawk Cruise Missiles.



An article I read in the DT yesterday suggested it could be as late as around 2040 before these subs are operational.


Its ok, the Chinese general assured them he will not send any bombs till they have the subs working so they can at least enjoy the bombs dropping on them. It will be ok.

Even the French ones would not be available for another 6 years. You would think they will get at least a few of the French ones til lthe Yankee subs become avaialble. Quite what these subs will do is not easy to understand because nobody can fire these nuclear wapons so it is money gone down the drain but thats ok as it is all shit anyway.


That’s ok. The Australian general can assure them we will not be sending any Tomahawk missiles if the Chinese assure us they won’t fire any at Sydney so that we don’t have to go looking forward them in the Pacific Ocean or worse still they hit New Zealand instead.

Its like a fly telling the elphant "you fuckin hit me and I will squash you".
The elephant is now trembling from fear unable to sleep having nightmares while wide awake.
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Re: USA vs China

Postby Paphitis » Tue Sep 21, 2021 10:58 pm

Lordo wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
Lordo wrote:
Londonrake wrote:
Paphitis wrote:And soon, we will have state of the art nuclear powered subs with Tomahawk Cruise Missiles.



An article I read in the DT yesterday suggested it could be as late as around 2040 before these subs are operational.


Its ok, the Chinese general assured them he will not send any bombs till they have the subs working so they can at least enjoy the bombs dropping on them. It will be ok.

Even the French ones would not be available for another 6 years. You would think they will get at least a few of the French ones til lthe Yankee subs become avaialble. Quite what these subs will do is not easy to understand because nobody can fire these nuclear wapons so it is money gone down the drain but thats ok as it is all shit anyway.


That’s ok. The Australian general can assure them we will not be sending any Tomahawk missiles if the Chinese assure us they won’t fire any at Sydney so that we don’t have to go looking forward them in the Pacific Ocean or worse still they hit New Zealand instead.

Its like a fly telling the elphant "you fuckin hit me and I will squash you".
The elephant is now trembling from fear unable to sleep having nightmares while wide awake.


Chy-na doesn’t have the logistics or capacity to invade Australia. If they tried, it would be a bloodbath, for them.

Invading or blockading Australia is a difficult proposition.

They can send missiles. That’s pretty much it. But so can we.

Plus our aircraft have longer range, so Air Strikes are possible. Their navy needs to get through our Navy and a US Battlegroup plus air support before they get to Australia.

So deterance has been achieved which is the whole point.

Plus to project power in South Chyna Sea to contain them in conjunction with many more countries including US, and France and all the regional countries in the region.
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