About How Close to Allies Were We? China and the USA. Page 3
|May 6th, 2005||#21|
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look, the chinese commanders have alot more experience than any indian general, they have experience in dealing wiith foreign agression and invasion
any country, with smart commanders, would know that when any border clash occurs troops must be deployed near the border for fast reaction to any agression
by allowing indian troops in and finishing them off later, wat a brillant move
you know what, i would love to start up a helicoptor businese, selling helicoptors to india
my reason?? india needs helicoptors, for its many natural/manmade disasters needs my helicoptors to delivery supplies, medicine and take out the wounded
exactly, china is a great power, the term superpower is justified for china
look, work with china, comprimise with china, but never attack or anger china
thats so far the best goddamn theroem for other countries at this point of time
You have always been the flamer and the basher on this forum and that too with a lot of spelling mistakes and bad english
My posts are only to check your inflammatory remarks
You can either agree with me or be wrong!
|May 6th, 2005||#22|
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|May 6th, 2005||#23|
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please dont double post
i guess thats the way you see countries and their provinces, no offence but it is not the best way to describe it
countries and their provinces are more of a family, as godofthunder has clearly described in his previous posts ( thanks, that was a great and creative story)
tibet is more like a sister in law and taiwan a wondering lost children
xion, china has fought for more than 100 years of war, off course it has more experienced commanders than india which moreorless was divided and peacefully gained independence.
by allowing indian troops into the hinterland, it extends their supply route and by finishing them off it is efficient and a good strategy, anybodywould tell you that encirclement is one of th best tactics, there is nothing wrong with praising it is there?
no offence but xion you need to change your behavior, be more civilized in your posts, dont generalize
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|May 6th, 2005||#24|
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first of all don't tell me what to do and what not to, i'm not a tibetan or taiwanese
The point lies in you not explaining why your posts are correct, it lies in you posting them
they are considered as inflammatory, in the same way you consider my posts as trying to bash up china
lolol, tibet is china's sister? there are too many hungry tibetans waiting wishing to eat a chinese alive
|May 6th, 2005||#25|
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im very careful with my words here, there is no racism in any of my comments
|June 14th, 2005||#29|
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China's claim to Tibet is tenuous at best but in light of the ultra-nationalistic rhetoric that the CCP is using now to legitimise its claim to power it cannot relent on this point.
Taiwan however is an entirely different matter. Historically the closest equivalent for Americans to understand would be if during the American civil war the south as it lost took its troops and retreated to Florida. (For purposes of comparison we'll pretend it is an island, work with me...) and the northern troops are unable to pursue due to a lack of navy.
Further, Taiwan has never claimed independance and having been there I can tell you that it is a minority of the people who want to be an independant country. It is ALSO a minority of the people who want to be reunified. They like the status quo. All the recent high level visits to the mainland are for the purposes of opening up the mainland more for Taiwanese companies to exploit the market.
As for the flaming about the Chinese governement's treatment of dissidents. Americans must tread lightly because there are far more instances of US governmental involvement globally. First one that comes to mind is Kwangju, South Korea 1980's, very very few Americans have any clue about this and it is in light of this offence that the PRC thought they would be able to counter US criticisms when they quelled the demonstration in Tianeman(sic). More demonstrators wanting democracy were killed with implicit involvement from the US in Korea by ROK forces then in the Tianamen Square massacre. China was rightfully indignant when the US led the outcry over their actions when a few years previous they were guilty of something far worse.
Committing a crime is bad, you complicate matters when you are a hypocrit and you complicate it even further when you hide your own duplicity from your citizens to whom which you claim to be responsible to in a democratic free society.
|July 9th, 2005||#30|
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ya, indians also invented CAST system, very very smart