Wah two people said the same thing. Seems like you are all part of the same CCP cybertrooping department, using the same talking point. Did you all make enough money cybertrooping to pay off your losses in Evergrande?
Lee Hsieng Loong represents all in the developing world when he says today...............We have good for relations with China and with all major powers. and we don't need another Nato in this part of the world.
Their PM already did XD, he said an Chinese invasion of Taiwan is not worth it, and that Taiwanese doesn't want to be under the CCP...you really cant accept facts can you hahahah...go to China lah, the censor all the bad things about China, heaven for you to live under a lie.
Cameron Kasky, a survivor of the 2018 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, criticized President Biden's response to Tuesday's shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas.
"I hear a lot of people talking about Joe Biden's personal life and the horrible personal loss he's endured that obviously makes him a compassionate leader. But what does Joe Biden's personal life have to do with the fact that there is currently a product that is being marketed to Americans by Republican senators and congressmen — and by Mr. Joe Manchin, who is a Democrat —You've got these guns that are being sold to Americans and sown into the American narrative as if they stand for freedom," Kasky said on CNN. He added that he appreciates the empathy that Biden displays but said the address was a disappointment for Americans who advocate for gun safety.
"Joe Biden goes up there and talks about how it's horrible to lose a family member ... and says that it's bad that mass violence happens. It's great that he thinks it's bad. But I can tell you that gun control organizers, people who believe in gun safety, common-sense gun safety laws, around the country were waiting to hear the words 'executive order' and instead we heard the words, essentially, thoughts and prayers," Kasky added.
Kasky noted that mass shootings have become a common occurrence in the United States.
"There's a new one every single day. And that's on a good day, because on the bad days there's quite a few," he said. "These students are going to go back into school soon and they are going to live lives and have childhoods and early adulthoods that are completely informed by this tragedy. From what I've seen with Parkland and with all these other horrible shootings, it changes people forever," he added.
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