Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Americans… ‘Know Your Enemy’ — Eamon McKinney,

 Important backgrounder by a Chinese-speaking American executive in China. The enemy is not China. Thinking that China is the enemy benefits only the Western elite and not the people of either West or East. It's long past time to see through the false narrative. Eamon McKinney explains why. It's short and to the point.

Strategic Culture Foundation
Americans… ‘Know Your Enemy’
Dr. Eamon McKinney, an eminent Sinologist with more than 40 years’ involvement in China foreign business. He is C.E.O. and founder (1985) of CBNGLOBAl, his company has managed more than 300 major China-Foreign projects. He lives in Qingdao, China.

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Marian Ruccius said...
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Marian Ruccius said...

This following is a real issue, since it really appears to be the same as the US Government's overreach in trying to impose U.S. law on Assange, who is a foreigner. I think that Meng Wanzhou probably did encourage fraud, but if she did it was certainly not on US soil and only tangentially related to the US at all. She should NOT be extradicted.


Peter Pan said...

That extradition case has been politicized.
Unfortunately, Canada is likely to do the bidding of the US.

Marian Ruccius said...

I don't think it has been politicized on the Canadian end -- rather the issue would be longstanding deference of Canadian courts to the will of allies with whom Canada has extradition treaties. Think of the case of Hassan Diab.


So the problem is that justice might require politicization of the case. Standing up to France, after it has failed in a multi-year process to produce any evidence is rather different from standing up to the US, when a foreign national has committed fraud (albeit not in the US).