Time to break diplomatic ties with China

In the latter half of the 20th century, the United States made two major mistakes with communist China.  The first was obvious from the start.  The second took decades to sink in, if it even has. During and after World War II, the nationalist Chinese government of Chiang Kai-shek was an ally of the U.S.  Yet Chiang's army was weak, corrupt, and lacking in even basic armaments like tanks and guns, which the U.S. could have easily provided along with the military advisers it failed to send.  Mao Zedong's communist army soon routed the nationalists, forcing them into exile on Taiwan, where they remain to this day. Within a few years, the Chinese communists fought the U.S. to a stalemate on the Korean Peninsula, giving the world communist North Korea in the process.  After this, they turned inward, destroying their economy and agriculture before killing millions of their own people in the little-known Chinese communist...(Read Full Post)
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