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Re: Political discussion

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I heard Tony Albanese getting stroppy with a reporter on the radio today when pressed about something to do with Barny being back. Man he's annoying as opp leader.
Okay as a shadow minister. Some people need to realise they're a niche player.
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Re: Political discussion

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The way that the CCP is treating Taiwan now is like how the Soviet Union was treating Czechoslovakia back when the Soviets where occupying counties in central and Eastern Europe after WW2 witch Czechoslovakia did eventually come a Soviet state so the CCP would trying to do everything posible to make Taiwan back off so then they can invade and unify the country into China
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Re: Political discussion

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Campbelltown busboy wrote: Thu Jul 22, 2021 3:45 pm The way that the CCP is treating Taiwan now is like how the Soviet Union was treating Czechoslovakia back when the Soviets where occupying counties in central and Eastern Europe after WW2 witch Czechoslovakia did eventually come a Soviet state so the CCP would trying to do everything posible to make Taiwan back off so then they can invade and unify the country into China
Two totally different situations.
Czechoslovakia was never part of the Soviet Union until the Soviets where occupying countries in Eastern Europe so they were NOT a breakaway from Russia. On the other hand Taiwan was part of China until 1945 and since then China has always considered them a breakaway and as such still part of China.
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