Instead of forcing farmers to catch and release mice hourly and sacrificing coal jobs to communist-linked corporations, next time we see a farmer or a miner we should be buying them a drink — preferably the Australian wine that China has banned.
Office workers buying LG electronics from South Korea, BMWs from Germany or Mitsubishis from Japan won’t pay back the debt, nor will buying slave-made fast fashion from China. Our money is already in circulation and often going overseas.
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