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Are Iran and China Allying Against America?

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What is uppermost in the minds of the Chinese leadership is how to restore normalcy in its trade relationship with the United States ($550 billion annually versus $25 billion with Iran).

Iranian authorities attempting are trying to sway public opinion at home; to persuade the Iranian people that it is not about to crumble and that it does have options other than the United States.

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Politics is a Bastard (a phrase attributed to Stalin)

Last year Iran and China made a 25-year contract, details of which are not known. The first group of people that Hitler put in the Dachau Concentration Camp were German socialists and communists.

The first group of Iranian secular groups that Ayatollah Khomeini put in the Evin political prison to be killed were Iranian Marxist Leninist Maoists.

Same group of murderers are selling Iranian resources to China from here to Sunday. China has learned well from colonialist countries of two hundred years ago. They give loans to poor countries which have debts and have ports. The deposit for these loans, are the territories of those countries which happens to be the ports.

Are there any ports more valuable than Iranian ports in the Persian Gulf?

Whoever puts his signature on these contracts is going to be damned in Iranian history up to the end of eternity.

Submitted on Saturday, Jan 8, 2022 at 7:48:33 PM

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