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Re: China and United States Relations
« Reply #255 on: March 11, 2023, 06:47:14 pm »
As we keep saying, the only hope for improving US-China relations depends on a shift among Blue politicians:

Republican lawmakers are tearing into U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm after she held up China as a model for the United States to emulate on climate change.

At the annual SXSW conference in Austin, Texas, on Friday, Granholm praised China's efforts to tackle climate change, saying the communist country "has been very sensitive, and has actually invested a lot in their solutions, to achieve their goals."

"We're hopeful that, you know, we can all learn from what China is doing," Granholm said.

Her comments drew a heated response from GOP House members, who accused her of "siding with China against American energy producers."

China's current approach of trying to win over Red and Blue indiscriminately will never succeed. The only approach with any chance of success is to use precisely Red anti-China sentiment:

I went to CPAC to take MAGA supporters' pulse China and transgender people are among the top 'demons' they say are ruining the country

to fuel Blue pro-China sentiment. When will China finally understand this?
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