President Trump


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China, USA and Europe have been fighting for the top spot for years, nothing new there,+..
Sure isn't.

Now it's China's turn again.

The pattern is the same every time.

Country gets wealthier
Becomes a bully to sustain growth.
Invades resource-intensive neighbours or strategic countries by financial or military means.
Gets richer and no one wants to do menial tasks
Use invaded or imported cheap labour.
Everyone gets so lazy that everything is sourced externally
Neighbours get wealthier.
The country's government gets desperate and senile.
Civil unrest, increased unionism / socialism, widening gap between rich and poor.
Economic or military take over of the old ex lazy power country by a country that has benefitted from all of this.
Next countries turn.

It's been happening for at least 4,000 years and will keep happening.

The reality is that China has already taken over from the US, it's into phase 2 or 3 - bully and invading neighbours or strategic countries. Just like every single power before it.

In theory it's India's turn after China, but India couldn't organise a root in a brothel.
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I'm wrong again? My wife must be right, although....

"Australia Day is the official national day of Australia. Celebrated annually on 26 January, it marks the anniversary of the 1788 arrival of the First Fleet of British ships at Port Jackson, New South Wales, and the raising of the Flag of Great Britain at Sydney Cove by Governor Arthur Phillip. In present-day Australia, celebrations reflect the diverse society and landscape of the nation and are marked by community and family events, reflections on Australian history, official community awards and citizenship ceremonies welcoming new members of the Australian community.[1]

The meaning and significance of Australia Day has evolved and been contested over time, and not all states have celebrated the same date as their date of historical significance.[2] Unofficially, or historically, the date has also been variously named Anniversary Day, Foundation Day and ANA Day.[3] It is also known as Invasion Day and National Day of Mourning.[4] The date of 26 January 1788 marked the proclamation of British sovereignty over the eastern seaboard of Australia (then known as New Holland).[5] Although it was not known as Australia Day until over a century later, records of celebrations on 26 January date back to 1808, with the first official celebration of the formation of New South Wales held in 1818."
I don’t know if the dates and series of events makes a lot of difference apart from being historically correct

The shit stirrers would kick up a fuss about it regardless and object to it. Changing the date changes nothing


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They have also announced they are an economic basket case, so are probably angling for someone to pay them not to. Its isn't like that have done that before.


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I'm waiting for the dude on the grassy knoll or the book depository window to show their heads.
But wouldn't that destroy the conspiracy theory if we knew they were there?

I think we should be waiting for the dude (or dudette) on the grassy knoll or in the Book Depository to not show their heads, but fire absolutely simultaneously.


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Ahhh, but it worked the first time and who would be thinking they would use it again. When your on a good thing why change it. And to be politically correct we shouldn't say dude or dudette the, let's say person (if that is correct ???)


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Never heard of him - what sort of 4WD does he drive? :cool:
No 4WD not interested.;)
4WD golf buggy, of course!