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Trucking Funt

The pending invasion

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1 minute ago, Arthur Dick said:

Hong Kong should still be British, why didn't the dopey fuckers in charge back in the day(as in early 1900's) alter the agreement with china so we had a 500 year lease instead of 100 or whatever it was and none of this shit would be happening.

Yes and if dinosaurs were still around today the T-Rex would be eligible for DLA because of its tiny fucking arms.

Shut the fuck up. History doesn't give a shit what you have to say and neither do I.

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1 minute ago, Roadkill said:

Yes and if dinosaurs were still around today the T-Rex would be eligible for DLA because of its tiny fucking arms.

Shut the fuck up. History doesn't give a shit what you have to say and neither do I.

Fuck off granny fister.

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4 hours ago, King Billy said:

Ian Duncan Smith said yesterday that British people should boycott where possible any Chinese goods or services. Apparently there are around 60 or 70 Tory MPs who will vote against Huawei being in any way involved in this countries 5G network. So it’s almost certain that Boris will drop Huawei rather than have the embarrassment of a back bench revolt. The government should imo be exploring other countries as alternatives to China for all our imported goods, and they should be prioritising this policy. China is the biggest threat to world stability bar none and must not be allowed to further increase its power on the world stage. Many countries across the world are uniting in reducing their reliance on the last remaining communist authoritarian world power. Good riddance to the fucking treacherous little cunts I say.

I think the China problem is a lot more dangerous than many people realize. I'm seeing some alarming parallels between this and the late 1930s. A totalitarian state with a ruthless leader is threatening its neighbours and making ludicrous territorial demands while upgrading its military and taking liberties with a waning superpower. Sound familiar?

It's still difficult to believe the West allowed it to come to this. A fucking moron could have seen what China's game was 15 years ago yet every US president and European leader has spread their arsecheeks for these cunts. I remember reading Tom Clancy's book The Bear and the Dragon 20 years ago which predicted a scenario similar to what's happening now and I know he got a lot of his material from US government strategic assessments so its not like we didn't see this coming.

A sign of US worry about China is the fact that they've got 3 entire carrier strike groups in the Pacific which suggests that they suspect China may be about to stake its claim to the Nine dash line which would require the occupation of not only Taiwan but the Japanese Senkaku Islands triggering Article I of the US/Japan Security Treaty requiring the US engage militarily against China. China not being Saddam Hussein's Iraq, has some very sophisticated long range hypersonic missiles that can reach the US mainland and in the event they were used this would trigger Article 5 of the NATO treaty requiring not only the UK but most of Europe and Turkey to enter the conflict.

Perhaps this is just me being pessimistic but in my opinion, China has torn up the diplomatic rule book and doesn't give a toss. This is not reckless expansionism, It's calculated behaviour.

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7 minutes ago, Arthur Dick said:

Fuck off granny fister.

I can't wait for you little fuckers to go back to school.

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10 minutes ago, Arthur Dick said:

Hong Kong should still be British, why didn't the dopey fuckers in charge back in the day(as in early 1900's) alter the agreement with china so we had a 500 year lease instead of 100 or whatever it was and none of this shit would be happening.

Hong Kong was ceded in perpetuity. It was the New territories that was leased and it had the water supply. Even Thatcher shit her knickers when Deng Xiaoping pointed this out to her.

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2 hours ago, White Cunt said:

It’s rich of the cunts to say so. That would have been easier had they not outsourced/ moved production to chinktown and other shitholes  to retain profitability and to stay ahead of the international pack in the race to the bottom. Production still has many rotten places to move to from China and it started to do so already. Automation for production where product research and quality are essential and costs can be justified, other crap will be still shipped in from cheapo, overpopulated dumps.

You're behind the times. The Chinese are divesting the sort of crap industries the UK used to specialise in. They are the biggest manufacturers of solar panels and other future solutions. I am afraid the second industrial revolution is going to pass the UK by and with a £5bn or even £60bn "boost" to <<build build build>> might look good on Cummings notepad, you might as well piss in a pot. This country is in its twilight with a dwindling number of public pension country "squires" doing the Stanley Johnson in their colonial Discos up and down the rural backwaters and mass unemployment, low productivity, threadbare public services, shit infrastructure including mobile coverage and fibre optic, transport links, internationally substandard education system.... 

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20 minutes ago, Trucking Funt said:

and in the event they were used this would trigger Article 5 of the NATO treaty requiring not only the UK but most of Europe and Turkey to enter the conflict.

Not the UK's problem and I couldn't give a shit about some slopes infighting on the other side of the world quite frankly, you're sorely mistaken if you think the UK is going to get involved on behalf of the septics who are as you said a fading superpower. Article 5 is only if another ally gets attacked, we aren't allies with gook land and americans picking a fight with china isn't an attack on an ally. If the amerimutts are so in love with the pacific and "asians" then they can deal with china on their own. Tough shit.

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Just now, ChildeHarold said:

You're behind the times. The Chinese are divesting the sort of crap industries the UK used to specialise in. They are the biggest manufacturers of solar panels and other future solutions. I am afraid the second industrial revolution is going to pass the UK by and with a £5bn or even £60bn "boost" to <<build build build>> might look good on Cummings notepad, you might as well piss in a pot. This country is in its twilight with a dwindling number of public pension country "squires" doing the Stanley Johnson in their colonial Discos up and down the rural backwaters and mass unemployment, low productivity, threadbare public services, shit infrastructure including mobile coverage and fibre optic, transport links, internationally substandard education system.... 

We don't have an "internationally substandard education system". You're just a thick window licking cunt.

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5 minutes ago, ChildeHarold said:

You're behind the times. The Chinese are divesting the sort of crap industries the UK used to specialise in. They are the biggest manufacturers of solar panels and other future solutions. I am afraid the second industrial revolution is going to pass the UK by and with a £5bn or even £60bn "boost" to <<build build build>> might look good on Cummings notepad, you might as well piss in a pot. This country is in its twilight with a dwindling number of public pension country "squires" doing the Stanley Johnson in their colonial Discos up and down the rural backwaters and mass unemployment, low productivity, threadbare public services, shit infrastructure including mobile coverage and fibre optic, transport links, internationally substandard education system.... 

If any of that were true places like London, Birmingham, Manchester Liverpool etc wouldn't be going through a construction boom.

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2 hours ago, Trucking Funt said:

Stop trying to be clever, it doesn't suit you and you can't spell either, you fucking imbecile.

I lost control of my spelling bladder just reading your reply. Now I will have to piss on somethong else. Thong. 

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Just now, Arthur Dick said:

If any of that were true places like London, Birmingham, Manchester Liverpool etc wouldn't be going through a construction boom.

Constructing rabbit hutches for the socially controlled colonial hordes. 

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Just now, ChildeHarold said:

Constructing rabbit hutches for the socially controlled colonial hordes. 

Erm no skyscrapers and large office buildings actually.

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1 minute ago, Arthur Dick said:

Not the UK's problem and I couldn't give a fuck about some slopes infighting on the other side of the world quite frankly, you're sorely mistaken if you think the UK is going to get involved on behalf of the septics who are as you said a fading superpower. Article 5 is only if another ally gets attacked, we aren't allies with gook land and americans picking a fight with china isn't an attack on an  ally. If the amerimutts are so in love with the pacific and gooks then they can deal with china on their own. Tough shit.

Article 5 has only been invoked once in NATO's entire history and that was on the 12th September 2001 by a certain Anthony Lynton Blair, First Lord of the Treasury and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom by the grace of god. Do you really expect Boris to pass up a chance to play Churchill by missing the party?

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1 minute ago, ChildeHarold said:

More like Arthur Haynes than Arthur Dick. 

Sure it's not like skyscrapercity.com has a whole section devoted to the UK with all the proposed and green lit projects as well as ones completed and in development.

 

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I think the consensus here is one of distancing with mitigation, no touching, but welcome back me with open arms, wearing a mask which is mandatory but not enforced. I think the application alone costs £5k, but I am out of touch as I am currently applying for Moroccan citizenship on a student visa. 

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5 minutes ago, Trucking Funt said:

Article 5 has only been invoked once in NATO's entire history and that was on the 12th September 2001 by a certain Anthony Lynton Blair, First Lord of the Treasury and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom by the grace of god. Do you really expect Boris to pass up a chance to play Churchill by missing the party?

USA and UK wouldn't last five days, let alone five years. Look at Korea and Vietnam. Malaya was a fucking shambles. 

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Just now, ChildeHarold said:

USA and UK wouldn't last five days, let along five years. Look at Korea and Vietnam. Malaya was a fucking shambles. 

Malaya was a victory. The Commies lost.

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2 minutes ago, ChildeHarold said:

USA and UK wouldn't last five days, let along five years. Look at Korea and Vietnam. Malaya was a fucking shambles. 

That sort of thing tends to take a back seat when there's posturing to be made and elections to be won...

And cash.

And oil.

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8 minutes ago, Trucking Funt said:

Article 5 has only been invoked once in NATO's entire history and that was on the 12th September 2001 by a certain Anthony Lynton Blair, First Lord of the Treasury and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom by the grace of god. Do you really expect Boris to pass up a chance to play Churchill by missing the party?

I just don't think it's our problem and it's probably not a wise move to start a war with the future sole superpower who we might need trade with after Brexit on behalf of a washed up USA who only looks out for itself, the yanks screwed us out of our empire in WWII well now they can lose theirs to China. Tough luck.

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1 minute ago, Arthur Dick said:

I just don't think it's our problem and it's probably not a wise move to start a war with the future sole superpower who we might need trade with after Brexit on behalf of a washed up USA, the yanks screwed us out of our empire in WWII well now they can lose theirs to China. Tough luck.

Yes because mainland Europe has always been so good at protecting its borders and culture. At least the Yanks aren't Reds.

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Just now, Arthur Dick said:

I just don't think it's our problem and it's probably not a wise move to start a war with the future sole superpower who we might need trade with after Brexit on behalf of a washed up USA, the yanks screwed us out of our empire in WWII well now they can lose theirs to China. Tough luck.


It is our problem unfortunately. Do you have any idea how much of our trade passes through the region? I'll give you a clue. The world's busiest trade route is the English channel, coming in at number 2 is the Straits of Malacca.

 

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1 hour ago, Roadkill said:

Yes because mainland Europe has always been so good at protecting its borders and culture. At least the Yanks aren't Reds.

Their necks are. The Yanks have all that, eh, 200 years, eh, of civilisation, eh, to draw on. Eh.....? 

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