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Q: How can I withdraw money from this platform?

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You can't unless you go to Taiwan  with USA UN Ambassador ... surprise

 

https://www.sfgate.com/news/article/Taiwan-welcomes-controversial-visit-...

 

Taiwan heralds visit by US ambassador to UN as China fumes

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Withdraw this ...

 

Washington "One-China" Policy Dead As Pompeo Lifts Restrictions On US-Taiwan Relations

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"No more"—Pompeo announces absolute bombshell assuring more transition chaos...

 

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Planning on buying a house or pay off your student loans with that 1 point?

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I think it would be a pretty cool way to start WWIII.   someone defends some island/nation when someone else invades, then the island nation sees merde hitting the air recirculating device and launches a hiroshima at a place withe the same initials as a game bf/gf play, then little Kim,, the funny-haired McD's lovin' dictator, not the rap star, freaks and launches a Nagaski on a city w/ a name that sounds like a type of music,,, then the big boys over on the continent known as America (North) passes some instructions to ol' sleepy joe which he dutifully passes along to the Dromedary which due to her hissy-fit from Period Pains passes along to one of those funny underwater boats, let's just call it Ohio Class, that have enuf plutonium-enriched H-bombs to reduce the ol' Country of Red to an ol' Country of Burning Red,,,which makes that guy over in Moskva with the name that sounds like a farting Vampyre decide he can go show the hot chicks in Chech... nya what's what and bada-bing, WWIII!

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 You're off's-topic ... for your reminder Q was: "How can I withdraw ...." .. anything from eTities ....?

 

When I opened the thread, marking on me puter was ..."New jandals thread"

 

 

I just couldn't find anything I didn't post already from RT ... 

 

Since I am very busy with charts, I don't have spare time to think about wars. BTC (bitcoin) is significantly dipping today and I am waiting for the cheaper levels for reentry ,,,

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I think its the wrong platform for money withdrawal. This platform did not provide such service.

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Pull really hard. 

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https://news.yahoo.com/taiwans-passport-hopes-banish-confusion-071122838...

 

Taiwan's new passport hopes to banish confusion with China

 

TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan rolled out a newly redesigned passport on Monday that gives greater prominence to the island's day-to-day name, aiming to avoid confusion with China amid the COVID-19 pandemic and Beijing's stepped-up efforts to assert sovereignty.

Existing Taiwanese passports have "Republic of China", its formal name, written in large English font at the top, with "Taiwan" printed at the bottom, creating confusion internationally according to the government.

During the early days of the pandemic Taiwan says some of its citizens were confused with Chinese nationals and on occasion unfairly subject to the same COVID-19-related entry bans when the disease was well under control in Taiwan though not in China. The new passport enlarges the word "Taiwan" in English and removes "Republic of China", though that name in Chinese and in small English font around the national emblem remains.

 

Bureau of Consular Affairs Director General Phoebe Yeh told Reuters that as of mid-morning Monday, they had received more than 700 applications for the new passport, compared with a daily average of 1,000 typically.

"The purpose is to increase the visibility of Taiwan so that our people will not be mistakenly identified as coming from China when they travel abroad," she said.

Chen Li-ting, one of the first to apply for the new passport, said the change was "fantastic".

"I thought it would happen sooner or later. That is, sooner or later the word Taiwan would appear more and more. And in the future Republic of China will perhaps disappear," he said.

China, referring to the new passports, has said it does not matter what "petty moves" Taiwan made, it would not change the fact that Taiwan was an inseparable part of China. China claims democratic Taiwan as its sovereign territory, and says only it has the right to speak for the island internationally, a position it has pushed strongly during the pandemic, especially at the World Health Organization (WHO). 

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