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China Accuses U.S. of Fomenting Pro-Democracy Uprisings in Hong Kong

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August 1, 2019
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We're not gonna say it isn't us, because let's face it...it probably is us. But also, we don't care, right? Right. Because China has been stealing our technology, recruiting spies from our intelligence agencies, threatening Taiwan, encouraging North Korea to act out. But damn, we're a bunch of dickheads for encouraging the people of Hong Kong to want democracy and not the "glorious Peoples Republic of China" by the way it's not glorious, nor is it the peoples, nor is it a republic.Quick aside, how come all Communist regimes, say they are the either the "People's Democratic Republic of..." or the "People's Republic of ..." when in reality it's really just a front for an authoritarian who gets "elected"? Just curious...anyways, moving on.Our question to China is this? What are you going to do about it? Mass murder your citizens again? Nothing extols the virtues of Communism like the state killing anyone who doesn't go along to get along. What a bunch of swell guys those ruling elites in China are. (sarcasm)If we didn't have anything to do with the uprisings, we'll be mildly disappointed. China has been upping the saber-rattling and rhetoric surrounding Taiwan, the Strait of Taiwan and the South China Sea pretty regularly, with officials saying that they should sink an American aircraft carrier and bring Taiwan back into the fold by force if necessary. So when a bunch of pro-democracy protestors start doing their best impressions of American colonists in 1775...we're not ones to get super upset about it.Good luck attacking the United States while you're in a civil war, or invading Taiwan when you're having to put down an uprising on the mainland. Don't steal our shit, don't threaten us with a good time, and don't try to invade Taiwan or we'll see if we can get Japan to do it's best impression of Japan in the 1930s (for those that don't know Japan invaded China in the 1930s).Now excuse us while we go cry over sponsoring pro-democracy riots in Hong Kong (except we'll be drinking beer laughing at China, not crying, unless we laugh really really hard, which is totally possible)

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