Why there won’t be sanctions against China

Justin McKeating at Chicken Yoghurt explains why the Chinese government’s repression in Tibet won’t meet with international sanctions:

We know they’re bastards but we’re addicted to cheap tat. They could build a Death Star in high orbit if they like, we’re not going to rock the boat. It’s why we’re not seeing wider outrage. If it was Cuba doing this, people would be going ballistic.

Indeed.

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2 Responses to Why there won’t be sanctions against China

  1. George Carty says:

    Has any Western country thought about imposing a tax escalator on Chinese goods (increasing slowly enough to give time to rebuild the industries destroyed by cheap Chinese imports)?

  2. George Carty says:

    Has any Western country thought about imposing a tax escalator on Chinese goods (increasing slowly enough to give time to rebuild the industries destroyed by cheap Chinese imports)?

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