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12 minutes ago, Horseradish said:

Cameron is involved in the Belt and Road Initiative, wow. I had no idea. Seems somewhat... perverse.

Yeah, a Western politician from Western Europe is involved pouring money into brand new massive infrastructure in corrupt China (while roads, pavements, and bridges in the UK are starting to slowly crumble away).

The infrastructure is even more unkempt and reaching Russian levels of badness in the USA ...

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1 hour ago, Big Orange said:

Yeah, a Western politician from Western Europe is involved pouring money into brand new massive infrastructure in corrupt China (while roads, pavements, and bridges in the UK are starting to slowly crumble away).

The infrastructure is even more unkempt and reaching Russian levels of badness in the USA ...

Definitely an odd state of affairs, but doubly so because B&R is really a not-so-subtle projection of power. I mean, what were they going to do - keep spending sending all the money back to America to buy treasuries? Scary stuff, though. All the way down to Africa.

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9 hours ago, Horseradish said:

Definitely an odd state of affairs, but doubly so because B&R is really a not-so-subtle projection of power. I mean, what were they going to do - keep spending sending all the money back to America to buy treasuries? Scary stuff, though. All the way down to Africa.

Yeah, the PRC are using the B&R Initiative for their neo-Imperial policies around their neck of the woods to win over buffer states (ie. Pakinstan, etc) and in Africa.

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