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Robk
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Jeez, these numbers are staggering... it is quite alarming and borders on scary. Can a country with this kind of feeding frenzy sustain itself for another 100 years without making aggressive movements for expansion?

Jun 10, 2014 01:11 Report Abuse

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Mateusz
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It can't really sustain itself now. It already made aggressive expansion in the past, and I can see it happening again. I just wonder what country will be "liberated" next, with documents to back up that it was always part of China.

Jun 10, 2014 05:58 Report Abuse

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Lord_hanson
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I believe Australia was historically part of China. Argentina has lots of oil so I guess that was also originally part of China. If they use a map of the world when the earth only had one super continent they just have to photoshop the word China on it then claim the entire world.

Jun 10, 2014 19:57 Report Abuse