China/Taiwan takes new turn
At Last- Signs of Intelligent Life in China.
General Qiao Liang has shown that not all Chinese officials are as lacking in intelligence and wisdom as the oafish Xi Jinpong who can't get past an idiotic 'Napoleon' mentality of conquest, expansion and domination, that serves no purpose whatsoever other than to make someone feel good about themselves. General Qiao Liang very astutely asserted that China's focus should be on bettering the lives of its' extensive population rather than looking to expand China's responsibilities further ( by annexing Taiwan or other territories). If every nation focussed inward in this way, then every person in those nations would benefit and we would all be happier, safer and more prosperous. Under Xi Jinpong, China is looking to take control of more territory and peoples whilst in cannot and is not managing and fulfilling the best interests of the population that it already has in its own territories. Hopefully, Qiao Liang and those of a like mind will think this through to the next logical step, which is that rather than look to expand China's territories, it would be better and more managable to break up the territory that it has into smaller, autonomous countries, each responsible for a separate portion of the population.
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