Evil jokes about China …

Hello everybody! I was reading the New York Times today and saw a really funny (and mean) joke about Chine. China has been really going strong the last decade and the U.S. market is entirely exploding with cheap Chinese products. ūüôā This is of course an obstacle for Americans and their own businesses. For the reader’s information I am totally in opposition to the whole idea of having a trade partnership with that crazy slant-eyed country. It is nothing but an evil communistic empire – even though the ruling communist elite is using some foundations from capitalism to keep up their own oppressive rule and to restrain a democratic development.


The joke:

A man sitting at a Chinese Restaurant making an order from the waiter:

“Excuse me, but what is “Sweet & Sour”?”

“It is Cheap & Risky, Sir!”


At least I thought that was funny! ūüėÄ



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