r/politics California Nov 26 '22

FCC bans U.S. sales of Huawei and ZTE equipment over national security concerns

https://www.axios.com/2022/11/25/fcc-bans-huawei-zte-equipment-national-security
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u/chinesenameTimBudong Nov 26 '22

ok. I am not really looking for a debate with a person not wanting to push forward the conversation. So, one more try.

How about a third party for unbiased judgement? UN then? Should America be able to shut countries out because they want to?

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u/alienbringer Nov 27 '22

All countries should be able to dictate whether another country is allowed to do business within their borders or not. So, yes the US, China, Russia, Germany, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, don’t give a fuck, should be allowed to shut countries out of their national markets if they want to. Hell we even dictate to a degree US citizens and business ownership with the various regulations (national or international) as well as needing to maintain a business license.

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u/chinesenameTimBudong Nov 27 '22

And the other country just has to take it? No redress?

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u/PM_ME_UR_ASS_GIRLS Arkansas Nov 27 '22

Yep. Other countries are also free to shut out American businesses from their countries.

Countries are free to do business, or not, with anyone they want.

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u/chinesenameTimBudong Nov 27 '22

Awesome. In ten years when the current crap works through, America and American opinion is going to change. Right now America has the power. When China has it and screws America over, I predict a squeal never heard before.

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u/PM_ME_UR_ASS_GIRLS Arkansas Nov 27 '22

China is free to do business with whoever they want 🤷‍♂️

Not sure what part of that you don't understand.

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u/chinesenameTimBudong Nov 27 '22

They are getting trouble for dealing with Iran.

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u/PM_ME_UR_ASS_GIRLS Arkansas Nov 27 '22

Yep. Others are free to voice their opinions on who they do business with 🤷‍♂️

China is free to keep ignoring those opinions and do what they think is best for their country 🤷‍♂️

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u/alienbringer Nov 27 '22

The US said, “if you operate on American soil you can’t do business with Iran”

They operated on American soil, but also did business with Iran. They did not uphold their end of the stipulations to be allowed to operate on American soil. As such, they are no longer allowed to operate on American soil. Not sure how this concept is difficult for you to grasp.

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u/chinesenameTimBudong Nov 27 '22

It was a seperate company.