Chris at China Uncensored sums up Wolf Warrior diplomacy, Twitter Diplomacy and the rising tensions between China and Australia.
China Australia tensions are at an all time high after Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian took to Twitter for to make a tweet about alleged Australia war crimes. Scott Morrison responded with fury, as China tariffs become the latest weapon the Chinese Communist Party is using to attack Australia, banning imports of Australian wine for example. Australia China trade is a huge part of the Australian economy, and the CCP is using the Chinese economy as a weapon, to retaliate for Australia’s calls for an investigation into the origin of the coronavirus. It looks like the US China Trade War won’t be the only game in town!
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Martin says: My comment on YT reads: “I have my doubts that our NZ Labour Left Wing government will back Australia as strongly as it should, but as a New Zealander and a vocal critic of China I applaud Australia’s stance, I do however have a note of caution: This “Wolf Warrior” Tweet attack could be construed as a trap, and Aussie might have responded as China intended. NOT saying Aussie should do nothing, just that they should think and tread carefully, playing this out like a chess game rather than a wrestling match.
Bless you Australia and keep fighting for what’s right: What’s a little lost trade in exchange for keeping your freedom and dignity?”