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Israel apologizes to U.S. over sale of technology to china

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posted on Jun, 24 2005 @ 04:21 AM
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Originally posted by Stealth Spy


US employees have twice "spotted Chinese technicians working secretly with one of the Israeli companies involved in the laser weapon program." A Chinese official in Israel exhibited hard knowledge of the super-secret program to build lasers to shoot down the Katyusha rockets used by Hezbollah on Israeli towns.







Israel has been charged before with betraying vital U.S. secrets. In 1992, The Washington Times reported Israel had given Beijing the secret technology of the U.S. Patriot missile. A U.S. investigation found that, while Beijing had acquired the secrets of the Patriot, it could not say for sure who gave them up.


see how you said that these are the things that israel is guilty of. this articles says that america investigated this and could not say for sure who or how china got the tech



China's next fighter aircraft -- the J-10 -- airborne radar systems, tank programs and a variety of missiles have lots of Israeli involvemnt. Over vigorous Pentagon objections, Israel has apparently transferred to China the most lethal air-to-air missile in the world: the Python 4. This system employs an advanced helmet-mounted sight, developed together by American and Israeli firms."


apparently



The commission, cited Israel as a supplier to Beijing of radar systems, optical and telecommunications equipment, drones and flight simulators.

Israel has established itself as an important exporter of high-technology niche weapons containing more sophisticated technology than what is provided by Russia.
Read much more .........

....China is the major target of Israeli business in next decades. Israel has wide variety of interests in the Chinese market. Its key interests are high-tech, biotech, homeland security, telecommunication, information technology, environmental protection, agriculture and infrastructure. He hopes to expand cooperation with China in these fields. Israel hopes to make "a little contribution" to China's preparation .....


all of this is so-called dual-use tech.

[edit on 24-6-2005 by chinawhite]




posted on Jun, 24 2005 @ 04:23 AM
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Originally posted by Stealth Spy
The Defense Intelligence Agency says Israel shared with China restricted U.S. weapons technology obtained during a joint U.S.-Israeli effort to build a battlefield laser gun,".

[edit on 23-6-2005 by Stealth Spy]


this is what the real article says


"The Defense Intelligence Agency suspects Israel shared with China restricted U.S. weapons technology obtained during a joint U.S.-Israeli effort to build a battlefield laser gun,"

www.solargeneral.com...

Thanks for trying to change the article



posted on Jun, 24 2005 @ 11:25 AM
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Chinawhite
No one is changing the subject... the subject is Israel apologizes to U.S. over sale of technology to china... but you deny any US-Israel tech saled to china... so how is proving it changing the subject?



posted on Jun, 24 2005 @ 08:50 PM
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Originally posted by ulshadow
Chinawhite
No one is changing the subject... the subject is Israel apologizes to U.S. over sale of technology to china... but you deny any US-Israel tech saled to china... so how is proving it changing the subject?


can you see at the start where Stealthspy said



Israeli proliferation to china :

> Sale of technologies and designs of its LAVI fighter to china for its J-10
> Sale of radar technology to China
> Sale of Harpy attack UAV
> Sale of American-Israeli tech on High energy lasers to China
> Sale of technology of US tech derrived Python-3 and Python-4 air to air missiles to China
> Sale of C4I technologies to China
> Help in Chinese anti-ballistic missile tech from the US patriot missiles it has


he said israel gave china this tech which the article did not mention...


The article is about israel apologizes to US of selling weapons tech but we are dicussing what israel gave



posted on Jun, 24 2005 @ 08:55 PM
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They apologize that's it !?, douse them with non-attention and send the code that neatralizes their nukes.

Dallas



posted on Jun, 25 2005 @ 10:31 AM
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Chinawhite, the topic is Israel apologizes to U.S. over sale of technology to china... but something happen and you start saying china didn't get any of the tech...


Dallas, yea apologizes is all they do, watch they stab us in the back again... words are not actions...



posted on Jun, 25 2005 @ 01:26 PM
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Originally posted by chinawhite
most of your articles are about israel giving china air to air missile tech which america allowed


youre right...america allowed them


Read this :



Over vigorous Pentagon objections, Israel has apparently transferred to China the most lethal air-to-air missile in the world: the Python 4. This system employs an advanced helmet-mounted sight, developed together by American and Israeli firms.


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and ulshadow, i agree with you actions speak better than words



posted on Jun, 25 2005 @ 09:15 PM
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Originally posted by ulshadow
Chinawhite, the topic is Israel apologizes to U.S. over sale of technology to china... but something happen and you start saying china didn't get any of the tech...


Dallas, yea apologizes is all they do, watch they stab us in the back again... words are not actions...


what tech does the article mention


nothing. one can only supeculate what tech was transfered.

highlight the bits in stealthspys article that says what tech israel transfered

[edit on 25-6-2005 by chinawhite]



posted on Jun, 25 2005 @ 09:24 PM
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Originally posted by Stealth Spy

Originally posted by chinawhite
most of your articles are about israel giving china air to air missile tech which america allowed


youre right...america allowed them


Read this :



Over vigorous Pentagon objections, Israel has apparently transferred to China the most lethal air-to-air missile in the world: the Python 4. This system employs an advanced helmet-mounted sight, developed together by American and Israeli firms.


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and ulshadow, i agree with you actions speak better than words


well i dont see what missile the Python 4 tech could have been used in

all i heard about this is this article with no sources.



posted on Jun, 25 2005 @ 11:27 PM
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Originally posted by Stealth Spy

Over vigorous Pentagon objections, Israel has apparently transferred to China the most lethal air-to-air missile in the world: the Python 4. This system employs an advanced helmet-mounted sight, developed together by American and Israeli firms.


apparently

Usage Note: Used before a noun, apparent means “seeming”: For all his apparent wealth, Pat had no money to pay the rent.

apparently

adv 1: from appearances alone; "irrigation often produces bumper crops from apparently desert land"; "the child is seemingly healthy but the doctor is concerned"; "had been ostensibly frank as to his purpose while really concealing it"-Thomas Hardy; "on the face of it the problem seems minor" [syn: seemingly, ostensibly, on the face of it] 2: unmistakably (`plain' is often used informally for `plainly'); "the answer is obviously wrong"; "she was in bed and evidently in great pain"; "he was manifestly too important to leave off the guest list"; "it is all patently nonsense"; "she has apparently been living here for some time"; "I thought he owned the property, but apparently not"; "You are plainly wrong"; "he is plain stubborn"



posted on Jun, 28 2005 @ 10:38 PM
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makes sence makes sence... i lived in Israel for 8 years and they hate Russians there.... so i moved here

and it makes sence that Israel are just a bunch of backstabbers i mean U.S.A is spending so much money on technology to help Israel and they just sell it to who ever to make a few extra bucks



posted on Jun, 29 2005 @ 03:55 AM
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Things to think about:

1. There is no doubt that the J-10 uses Lavi technology. Nothing that looks that much like a pair of ducks-

www.strange-mecha.com...
www.usiap.org...

can possibly be a crocodile.

But NOT because the Lavi is a superior design. Rather because it is not. This being the proof in many ways of Israeli 'collusion' in that _nobody would want that aircraft_ if the plans were not made available 'for free'.

Indeed, the Lavi project is based on /early/ 1980's technology in everything from composite engineering and structural design to avionics. While the Israeli's admittedly stole-without-recompense-

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A 1983 study of the Israeli defense industry raises another point about sharing technology with Israel:

A number of U.S. companies have expressed concerns that doing business with an Israeli company would probably result in all of the U.S. company's ideas and designs being appropriated without proper compensation. The U.S. company could expect to find itself competing with its own technology and designs in the international marketplace.57

Although this sentiment may be too generalized, it represented the feelings of some US industry officials, based on prior experience with the basic Sidewinder and AIM-AL air intercept missiles.58
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www.fas.org...


Many American systems leverages. Israel then reverse engineered them and -would- have sold them for export. Because it was known all along that an A-4 replacement would not be viable in a modern warfare condition nor for export (see AMX). And the 'sexy' Lavi fighter would, because that's the kind of moron that most Air Forces employ.

BUT. The Young Lion had all of 5,000lbs of fuel onboard. Less than even the F-16. It was /grossly/ underpowered for the amount of weapons it was going to lift. And it compensated by using MASSIVE fuel tanks on all three inboard stations, limiting it's ability to carry useful (heavyweight) standoff munitions inboard, and compromising the 1,500lb stations on the mid wing with equally high tunnel drag.

NONE of this has changed with the J-10.

For all that it is likely a pretty good turn and burn airframe, it never will stand tall to even F-15 BVR dominance because now that BVR _works_ it you are looking at X4 (at most, assuming the outboard station is 500lb rated and not 300lb) 30km SD-10 type miissiles. While the F-15 can carry X6, 60km, AIM-120D. And the 100-150km BVRAAM is going to be available through the F-35 program.

So the Chinese have effectively bought themselves an F-5E, stuffed a /monster/ (thirsty) AL-31FN engine into it. And not clearly improved the fuel fraction to pay for that upthrust. While having little or no multirole options beyond dumb bombs on fuselage/inlet stub pylons.

Whoopy.

I hope the Israeli's were /well paid/ (intentionally or otherwise) for their 'betrayal' because the J-10 is a piece of crap that has soaked the Chinese economy for most of the 1990s.

PLEASE, keep right on investing that way you toothless dragon. Because as long as you buy Western /junk/ you won't develop your own capabilities which include the 'Zero Threat' (to use another war) of platforms we have truly never seen before, as a doctrinal or technical approach.

Other stuff. I wouldn't be surprised about PAC-2. Since we went to PAC-3 ERINT, and the remaining earlier missiles have been upgraded, there is again a 'big deal' factor involved. I imagine we bought influence and cheap trade with that secret and while such is not a good way to bleed our own industry dry for the bottom line of a consumerist economy run amok, what people don't understand is that the Cold War came a lot closer to bankrupting OUR economy (and has, even since Kennedy played with deficit spending and LBJ wanted a 'great society') than is commonly acknowledged.

Python 3? It's their damn missile! Same for P-4. Neither one is all that capable (in many ways it represents the cave-man-adds-more-and-more-fletchings-to-arrow solution to some difficult aeros problems) in the trans-merge battle. But both are sufficiently differentiated from AIM-9L and various research programs to hold their own, valid, patents. Or RAYTHEON wouldn't be marketing them for Rafael.

Harpy and Taifun and Chukar-as-Delilah are more worrisome. Simply because they offer the combination of range and good autopilot plus cheapness sufficient to saturate a defensive screen within a reasonably small missile (think CSS-N-1 for comparison).

THEL. That I would have to see. If only because I don't think Israel would sell something that could come back (via the China/Iran IRBM connection) to threaten their ability to use air or missile strikes of neighboring Arab states. Again, a double-bluff (junk deal) seems more likely.

As regards politics.

The USSR had a Constitutional provision by which any state which wished to could secede from the Union. The U.S. Constitution does not. And we fought the bloodiest war in our history to prove it.

The U.S. backed down from invading Cuba (as we should have, to secure our borders), not because the Russians could 'win' a nuclear war with us. For indeed, October 1962 was the ONE TIME when we /should/ have gone 'all in' in intimidating a nuclear madman. But rather because we were embarrassed about prior screwups and hence cowed by our own moral torpitude. Last but not least, we maintain this little thing called the Monroe Doctrine by which, even today, most of the American Hemisphere is OFF LIMITS to foreign martial imperative, evem those based solely on arms exports.

Those disparate elements come together in Taiwan. For the ROC is indeed a rogue province of China, as proven by failure to recognize the Island as the rightful ruler of the PRC in the UN. And Taiwan's failure to declare independence (for fear of an a$$ whoopin').

Whereas Cuba never was even a U.S. territorial protectorate.

And of course the Chinese are not afraid of nukes like we are.

If we can declare an entire hemisphere 'demilitarized' then they can do the same.

If we can illegally blockade a sovereign nation based solely on a desire to oust a dictator who isn't playing nice with the Mafia interests, then the Chicoms have every right to 'clean house' with a rebel province.

And lastly, the WHOLE THING IS A BLUFF!

Because Taiwan is the Israel of the PRC. Their access point for banking 'real money' (not Yuen) and their tech syphon using Western Manufacturing capabilities.

Thus the notion that the PRC will do more than bleed the U.S. dry trying to protect what _we cannot_ (if the Chinese are serious, our battle groups will find razed earth in the 10-20 days it takes to really get a response together) is itself ridiculous.

Because you don't kill a combined cash cow and stalking horse.

IMO, we need to look towards home and start to accept that the World At Large no longer is so young and helpless as to be readily bullied.

1. If we lose our 'hegemony' over the entirety of SEA. It will crush our economy. If that happens, the various debt holding nations (a majority of whom are in Asia) will either collapse themselves or try to 'foreclose' on U.S. properties and national assets. And we will nationalize to deny them (this will crush the USD which will pose an even greater risk to the World Economy but the Euro is strong and the Yuen is decoupling from it's historical 8.3 ratio so there is a good chance they will survive.).
What will the outcome of this be? U.S. military aristocracy will collapse. Money will return to MASSIVE reinvention of our civil manufacturing base. And we will no longer be dependent on foreign SLAVE LABOR. No matter who owns it. Whoopy, China, you go right on ahead and /own/ Asia. Because loss of that dependency will be like taking a junky off of heroine. Hard withdrawal followed by better health.

2. The world is breeding at an impossible rate. We cannot sustain 10 billion people. We _can_ sustain (at American standards of 'civilized' living) roughly 1.5-2 billion. The only way to get there is to make a world government with common laws that restrict 8 children families by 'whatever means necessary'. That cannot happen if our 'own you but don't want you to be a part of U.S.' attitude prevents the development of foreign populaces which consider our ways to be alien. It MAY happen once China has amalgamated her own sphere of interest, if not under a pagoda then at least within a free trade commercial democracy.

3. Israel. I despise the nation. I despise /anyone/ who uses the "Awwwh Po Baby!" sentiments of one truly repugnant act (The Holocaust) to justify a reoccupation and disenfranchisement of an area and people who had NOTHING TO DO WITH THE FIRST OFFENSE.

And who, indeed, had been entirely self sufficient for the nearly TWO THOUSAND YEARS since the last Zionist State was kicked out of the region.

_By Italians_.

The very notion is that of being kicked out of an apartment by a landlord from Cleveland and then going back, 20 centuries later, and declaring the squatters have no right to be there because this is 'historically yours'.

Utter Crap.

Israel is a dustbowl on the sea. There is nothing there 'historically' but rotting brick and heat a sane person would not waste /spit/ on.

Not when they had been offered Eden like areas of Ethiopia by Haile Silassie. And similar, non-contentious accomodation within 2 South American countries. I grew up in a nation where religion and state are rightfully kept separate so don't talke to me about God and a 'Safe Haven For Jews' either.

Because belief is something you carry around inside, not a place you bow to or demand recognition of long after the fact.

And any moral superiority the Israeli's had over the Arabs-as-Indians 'savages relocated' DIED when they allowed their Lebanese allies to play ravening butcher inside Sabrah and Shatilla.

More important than any of these things, are the economics. As is, Israel cannot stabilize as a nation. If she were to reoccupy from the Cedars in the West to the Damascus Gates in the East to the River Jordan and beyond in the South, she would /still/ be hard pressed to survive in a world where the demographics favor Arabs who breed like rats. And where Israel itself is merely a stopping-over point for most immigrants (who quickly see how bad it is) on their way to Europe or the Americas.

Which is where our 2+8 BILLION dollars of aid really pisses me off. Because it is better to pull the plug and let things 'settle as they might' I have no idea how this would turn out. But I think it is better to let it happen NOW than to continue to abide a polarized standoff in a phonebooth geography.

Syria is the true WMD manufacturer in the ME, Iran is the up and comer while Saudi quietly bought East Winds from the PRC almost 3 decades ago. Israel has Jericho and some top notch conventional forces who are most likely spoiling for the chance to play Wehrmacht In Russia.

But either way, it is not an area from which anything but 'last man standing' outcomes will prevail. And I would prefer it happen before the consequences can reach out to Europe or the U.S. on long range systems deriving from Chicom ballistics tech.

Israel, I am very afraid, is the wound which will never heal. So must be cauterized by fire.

The difference (in justification) between my contempt for them as a nation and my desire to be free of their lamprey effect in Washington D.C. is two fold:

1. Their 'marvelous intel' did not prevent 9/11. Nor can we adequately maintain that they get Soviet goodies for us when the A#1 technical threat is from the EU. No 'special relationship' there. Just a common interest which has long since died.

2. I would not help them in a war. But nor would I punish them if they spanked the Arabs and took all their lands. Because THAT is the _only_ 'justifiable outcome' of warfare. That from an alterred future, you might eventually have enough land to become stable and thus enough strength to become **peaceful**.

CONCLUSION:
Somewhere along the course of the 20th Century, we lost track of the realities by which people evolve, through conflict, as societies. Probably even 'harmfully interfered' with that development via profiteering and direct intervention in two World Wars which should have rightfully united at least Europe if not the Far East as well.

I don't /think/ it is too late for U.S. to turn away from such destructive mediation as we rethink our own perspective on finding a national destiny at home. Strict population limitation, economic rebuild, replacement of imported ethnic of slave labor as a 'service economy' baseline using intelligent, anthropomorphic robotics. And heavy investment in Fusion, Macroengineering and Genetics to improve our _selves_ as much as our society. All come to mind as being better places to throw money than Iraq or Israel of China.

OTOH, what I _know_ is that we cannot continue to 'hold things together' which either need to explode. Or fall apart and reform.

Because quite a few of the children of this One Earth are now unruly adolescents with the strength to royally kick our butts in any local theater we care to overstep their maturation process. And so we must proceed from ruling their childhood to bearing ourselves with some august dignity in LEADING THEM BY EXAMPLE. So that they may stabilize 'out of envy', when they are read to do so.

Inidividual weapons system tech don't matter as much with that attitude. Because the 9,000 mile water barrier will always secure U.S. from the _logistics_ of invasion.

And our real strength will become apparent when we stop wasting money on martial containment. And simply let our economy reachieve that 'too big to bite a chunk off of' level of commercial power by which a quiet word in 'choosing a brand' is as much of importance as 'taking sides' in any fuss.

If we must deny war as a tool in doing this. We should do so across the board. Making it a _Crime Against Humanity_ for every soldier in uniform to fire a single shot outside his own borders. Subject to a death penalty for everyone involved at the World Court level.

This too would go a long ways towards generating 'extreme prejudice' of disinterest in military tech proliferation which Israel now admits to being a principle source of income. But it would also mean giving Policing Forces (of incredibly advanced capability) and probably Nukes to the UN to reinforce the 'no fighting, ever!' clause.


KPl.



posted on Jun, 29 2005 @ 05:56 AM
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An Israeli news report says Israel has decided to cancel an arms deal with China, after strong pressure from the United States to call off the deal.

Earlier this month, the Haaretz newspaper said the Bush administration imposed military sanctions on Israel six months ago that had caused "grave damage" to Israel`s defense industries. The United States has not confirmed the sanctions.

S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said Washington has had some "difficult discussions" with Israel about the arms deal. The Haaretz report also says Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has instructed envoys headed for Washington this week to agree to U.S. demands to call off the deal.

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posted on Jun, 29 2005 @ 05:59 AM
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Israel has threatened to withdraw from seven Chinese military projects to modernise its C4I capability in case China persists with upgrading Iran’s command and control system, and so far, China has not responded.

China agreed to assist Iran after Russia and India said no, and Israel will withdraw technicians from the Chinese projects to build pressure, and subsequently withdraw entirely if China does not relent.

Israel tied up on some Chinese projects as late as three months ago when there was no whiff of China’s assistance to Iran, but now diplomats concede China could have acted on the quiet all this time.


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posted on Jun, 29 2005 @ 06:30 AM
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Originally posted by Stealth Spy
An Israeli news report says Israel has decided to cancel an arms deal with China, after strong pressure from the United States to call off the deal.

Earlier this month, the Haaretz newspaper said the Bush administration imposed military sanctions on Israel six months ago that had caused "grave damage" to Israel`s defense industries. The United States has not confirmed the sanctions.

S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said Washington has had some "difficult discussions" with Israel about the arms deal. The Haaretz report also says Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has instructed envoys headed for Washington this week to agree to U.S. demands to call off the deal.

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this deal was about upgrading those harpys.

heres link with very good infomation
www.israeli-weapons.com...



posted on Jun, 29 2005 @ 06:49 AM
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Originally posted by ch1466
Things to think about:

1. There is no doubt that the J-10 uses Lavi technology. Nothing that looks that much like a pair of ducks-

www.strange-mecha.com...
www.usiap.org...

KPl.


ch1466 the pictures you posted are PS. very good but you can tell differences.






posted on Jun, 29 2005 @ 07:00 AM
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the first thing they did wrong was put PLA signs and the wings. PLA never have them on the wings.

the cockpit is to big. it should only reach halp-way to the carnards.

the carnards are swept back. wheres the j-10s is straight.



posted on Jun, 29 2005 @ 07:02 AM
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Originally posted by Stealth Spy
Israel has threatened to withdraw from seven Chinese military projects to modernise its C4I capability in case China persists with upgrading Iran’s command and control system, and so far, China has not responded.

China agreed to assist Iran after Russia and India said no, and Israel will withdraw technicians from the Chinese projects to build pressure, and subsequently withdraw entirely if China does not relent.

Israel tied up on some Chinese projects as late as three months ago when there was no whiff of China’s assistance to Iran, but now diplomats concede China could have acted on the quiet all this time.


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i dont doubt that this didn't happen but does this site have any creditibiltiy...it doesn't refer to any articles doesn't quote anyone.


any the russians are building iran nuclear power plants. i dont think they'll give up the chance to upgrade their communications network to



posted on Jun, 29 2005 @ 10:44 AM
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... at least tehy stopped selling tech to China....



posted on Jun, 29 2005 @ 10:52 PM
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Originally posted by russiankid
... at least tehy stopped selling tech to China....


they stopped selling china certian things but still sells things to china




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