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Paul: You know what. Laugh at me all you want after I say this, but I have gotten to know a bunch of Chinese citizens, and they are some of the kindest people you will ever know. I don’t ask them to elaborate on their country’s politics because their opinions could be picked up by their country’s intelligence agency, but I get the hint from them that they understand what’s going on behind closed doors in their own country. If we had to go to war with China, I simply would not support it BECAUSE it’s the leaders on both sides that are full of s***. If the parents of a best friend, or my gf could not get along with my parents, I simply would not participate in any fighting between the two families. The good relationship between my best friend, friend or gf is what is important. The people of China are just like most anyone of us. Hard working. Kind. Some of the folks I work with have been over there. One has a gf there, and he said her family treated him like a king. Took good care of him. He said the people there were really nice to him. That being said, if our two governments go to war, I think it’s my duty to speak up. We should make every effort to stick to diplomatic efforts, and our government needs to make every reasonable effort to set a good example. We can’t judge, or critique what the Chinese do with their people, until we set the standard, or a good example. We don’t even take good care of our own. Not all of our people anyways. We need to be partners with China. Much like we did with Germany after WWII. Like the British, and all other countries we one had conflict with. A good relationship with China will go much further than any conflict.