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I live in the US. I don't like a lot of what the government of China is doing. It's more that I dislike the way the US uses China as a scapegoat. And thanks for informing me about the capital letters, I didn't know about that. Also, I prefer valorant to politics. I don't like hate. The opposite, actually. I just dislike the American biases leading to hate, and the conflict being created between America and China, which could have have massive potential as allies, not as enemies.You post with such fervor,such unbridled rage, disdain, contempt, bile, and vitriol, with a tinge of jealousy thrown in for good measure.
I can't help but wonder if it's personal, or state sponsored.
BTW, long strings of capital letters are against the rules. Surely you've read them right? It's considered "yelling", in print context.
I'm sure that there are radical, terrorist, and hate groups who would welcome your input, much more so than a humble group of computer geeks and gamers, such as are we.
And in the future try to skip the neologisms. They're hard for us "muricans" to understand.
It didn't take me long to type that. 🤣
And is the US doing this out of the good will of its heart or to make sure that the entire EU is indebted to it and the US gets the final say...The US pays for the EU's defense. If not for the US the EU would be speaking Russian by now seeing how the EU doesn't have a real military. Similar to when the US had to bail Europe out of two world wars. If the US wants something from the EU then the US can ask for it or they can just take it. Same goes for Canada who has no real military because like the EU they refuse to pay for one. Enjoy your free medical.