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Expose The Cost Of US Making Enemies

China has never attacked the United States. In contrast, the US has spent decades preparing for war, by creating military alliances and deploying troops to the Asia-Pacific region. A war with China would lead to the collapse of many social gains made since the Chinese Civil War, as well as a more severe global economic crisis. The political, economic, and humanitarian blowback for communities around the world would be devastating. Join us in exposing the cost of the US making enemies.

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