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Thursday, April 21, 2005
Bomb France now: If 10 or 20 years down the line communist China decides to invade Taiwan because it has all of these nice, new, high-tech French-made weapons which are then used to kill American soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines, then we should nuke France just for good measure.


During a state visit to China, French Premier Raffarin threw support behind a law allowing China to attack Taiwan and continued to push for a lift of the EU arms embargo.

At the outset of a three-day visit to China, French Prime Minister Jean-Pierre Raffarin said he supported Beijing's "anti-secession" law on Taiwan, and vowed to keep pushing for an end to an EU arms embargo that could open the door for Paris to sell weapons to the Asian giant.

Raffarin also signed or finalized major business deals with Beijing valued at around $3.2 billion (2.4 billion euros).

Appearing to put his government at odds with the European Union, Raffarin said at the outset of the three day visit that Paris had no objections to the anti-secession law.

"The anti-secession law is completely compatible with the position of France," he said in a joint press conference with his Chinese counterpart Wen Jiabao.


Can we put aside this fiction that the French are our friends?

2:20 PM

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The good news (sort of) is that the Chinese will only buy a few of everything, then reverse engineer them and build their own cheaper versions under cutting the French.
 
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