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China and Australia face off in escalating trade war

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China and Australia face off in escalating trade war

The Duran: Episode 834.

Trade war: How China will derail Australia in 2021

There’s hope for a brighter future but China’s latest moves could cripple the Lucky Country. But there’s one thing we’ve still got up our sleeve.

How China will derail Australia in 2021

As 2020 finally begins to wind down toward the conclusion of a year filled with hardship and stress for many Australians, there is a collective hope that 2021 will be better. That somehow we can take all the challenges and struggles of a 2020 dominated by social distancing, lockdowns and uncertainty, and find a way to put them behind us.

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Mad Max
Mad Max
December 20, 2020

Australia’s nothing more than a mine pit without nukes.

BobValdez
BobValdez
Reply to  Mad Max
December 21, 2020

Nah, just a shit pit. The moron govt thinks the seppos will back them in any conflict with China, but they are gravely mistaken.

Stocking Stuffers
Stocking Stuffers
December 20, 2020

Why on Earth should China be buying coal from an adversarial country when vast Russian coal reserves are a hop, skip and a jump away? It’s irrational.

Sean
Sean
Reply to  Stocking Stuffers
December 21, 2020

They’re not, anymore. And are also switching their suppliers iron ore to Russia and friendlier countries.
The Australian morons have shot themselves in the foot – again.

BobValdez
BobValdez
Reply to  Stocking Stuffers
December 21, 2020

There is also the Donbass, they have huge coal reserves I’m sure they’d gladly sell to China, if they could work out the transport logistics.

Brokenspine66
Brokenspine66
Reply to  BobValdez
December 21, 2020

The ship with the coal is already sailed, they get it from Mongolia and it makes most sense because of the proximity…..Australia totaly blow it because they started the open vile hostility towards China, their most important export market for everything Australia had to offer, with all those hate fear + even war mongering tone on behest of the AmeriCunts the Chinese lost its patience and took the gloves off…..well done Australia…..and let me be frank there’s no substitute market for ‘all’ the Australian stuff the Chinese not willing to take anymore…..and it’s NOT the Chinese to blame.

Mad Max
Mad Max
Reply to  Brokenspine66
December 21, 2020

So, Australia will eventually end up poor as a churchmouse like Ukraine, a wham, bam, thank you ma’am moment, courtesy of the 5 eyes’ cyclopes.

Can’t wait for the aftermath.

Brokenspine66
Brokenspine66
Reply to  Mad Max
December 21, 2020

“qui cum canibus concumbunt cum pulicibus surgent” He that lieth down with dogs shall rise up with fleas [Seneca]

Transport Logistics
Transport Logistics
Reply to  BobValdez
December 21, 2020

It’s pretty simple. Donbass sells to Russia for use closer to the source and Russia sells to China from reserves closer to that destination.

gte
gte
December 20, 2020

The so called trade war is nothing more than Australian politicians grovelling to the US. There is a history of this occurring starting with John Howard who, as the joke goes was so far up George Bush’s backside he could see Tony Blair’s shoe laces. You see once these clowns retire they go on speaking tours in the US and make large sums of money. Under normal circumstances the west would yell this was bribery but since the pay off occurs after leaving office then that’s fine. What has Australia at stake? Well where they could sell their prime beef… Read more »

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