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Submitted by Boris (Australia), Feb 5, 2022 at 11:44

You mention China within a list of passing issues the society is preoccupied with. But China is no passing issue. China is clearly seekng world domination, and it poses a grave danger to the West. I cannot honestly say which threat is more grave: Islamism or China. Of course it is both, but how do you balance these sometimes competing threats?

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I did not say China is a passing issue. I only mentioned it as a diversion of attention from Islamism. Both are great threats, though very different in quality.

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