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Pentagon blacklisted 9 more Chinese companies



Jan 15, 2021, 22:24

On Thursday uncle Sam is back at his favourite sport blacklisting Chinese companies. This time round, Xiaomi and CNOOC are amongst them.

  Xiaomi is GUILTY of selling smart phones to Chinese soldiers.

  CNOCC is a more serious case; Korean soldiers are using gasoline and diesel for their war machinery which they use to defend their Country from 

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Newtown post time: 2021-01-19 07:29

You're a Master in twisting words...

  Uncle Sam told China oil companies that they'd be taken out of US trade by 26th of January...

  Todays newa is that uncle Sam once again changed his mind because he'd suffer the most...

      A Kindergarten management the World is laughing about...

Newtown post time: 2021-01-19 07:29

The Chinese can always take a page from Trump's playbook, using national security as an excuse!

pnp post time: 2021-01-16 11:06

That would never happen: China never blacklists any companies, does it?


A desperate move by the Trump regime in its final days of demise!  Good riddance to Trump and his failed regime!  China should build better relations with the new regime that comes in on 20 Jan.


Great to see Trump blacklisting more or if possible all companies from China not only in US but elsewhere so that only US companies will face no competition to justify their existence.

Soon, the world will decide where their purchase order will go to.

Yes, US has the correct answer!

pnp post time: 2021-01-16 11:06

Xiaomi makes my phone, my Bluetooth speaker, my tooth brush, my vacuum cleaner, my rice cooker, my shaver, my headphones, my car cameras.  Asking my fellow workers in Western China to buy apple they will hang me upside down outside in the cold to cleanse my fogged up mind.
 People asking why we don't do the same with Tesla! My answer is short and simple:  Under no circumstances should our Leader follow uncle Sam's footsteps. The result is for the whole world to watch right now.  A country divided like no other in the developed world.  One wonders if a repeat of the their Civil War, 1861–65 will be the result of that neverending desire for world dominance. I hope not, because they waited 20 years too long.

Shameful. US power people's greed is so disgusting to observe.


Boeing and GE, both operating in China, have strong links to US military; should China blacklist them too?


Several US companies operating in China have links to US military, they are contractors for US military and sell weapons to them, so shouldn't China blacklist them too?


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