Ooh, Scary! China Issues Warning to U.S. After NYSE Delists Three Chinese Companies

Nick Kangadis | January 4, 2021
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Sorry, everybody. If you actually think that China has any shred of credibility left, I have some beachfront property you might be interested in as well. China is everything that is wrong with our world — and our country, if certain things pan out the way the radical media make them appear. So when the communist powers that control China’s every move issue a warning to the United States, that’s when I call on anyone in government that still has a spine — I know, that’s pretty much non-existent — to call China out for the blatant atrocities they’ve unleashed on the world.

In essence, China has no room to complain about anything. But, they’re still doing so because that’s what communists do in place of creating anything on their own merits.

Fox Business reported that a spokesperson for the Chinese Commerce Ministry spoke out in opposition to the New York Stock Exchange’s announcement that it will remove the listings of three Chinese telecoms.

“China opposes the Americans from abusing national security by listing Chinese companies into the so-called ‘Communist China Military Companies’ list and will take the necessary countermeasures to resolutely safeguard the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese companies,” the spokesperson reportedly said in a statement.

Go ahead. At least I’ll call China’s bluff. Even if they go ahead with whatever measures they want, the U.S. needs to stop ignoring China’s atrocities. At least President Donald Trump has placed a few sanctions here and there and implemented measures to make trading with China a two-way street.

According to Fox Business:

The stock exchange said Thursday that it would delist China Telecom Corp. Ltd., China Mobile Ltd. and China Unicom Hong Kong Ltd., with trading of the companies to be suspended sometime between Jan. 7 and Jan. 11.

The move stems from an executive order President Donald Trump issued on Nov. 12 barring investment in publicly traded companies that the U.S. government says are owned or controlled by the Chinese military.

Oh well! Maybe China shouldn’t be completely full of it with every piece of propaganda they publish or release. Hey! They sound a lot like the U.S. media. I wonder who they get money from?

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