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CNN Jon Huntsman:China's Hong Kong dilemma

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posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 05:36 AM
Ironic how CNN lets Jon Huntsman to write his own article and in where in China he was Seen starting an Protest Rally.
Johnny Boy Spills the beans on why the protests are occurring its because CHINA MUST PAY..

China's Hong Kong dilemma

The "power to run local affairs" remains -- but only "as authorized by the central leadership." In other words, your liberty stops when we say so. The White Paper offered other reinterpretations of the 1997 Accord, including the notion that the territory's judicial decisions must "take into account the needs of China," a vague requirement but crystal clear to Hong Kong.

On the core issue of democracy, one that has repeatedly brought Hong Kongers from all walks of life into the streets, the White Paper speaks of introducing universal suffrage as promised in the Basic Law by 2017 -- but the requirements to run in the elections are that a candidate must be "patriotic" and "love China." Of course, it is Beijing who determines which candidates meet that criteria. Beijing defined what those requirements mean in a decision on September 4, namely that all candidates must be chosen by a "nominating committee" comprised of pro-Beijing local elites. The disappointment in Hong Kong was palpable, sparking the "Umbrella Revolution" that reached record numbers of tens of thousands in the streets on China's October 1 National Day holiday.

Wait it gets better.

In the event of an outcome that leaves the status quo in place in Hong Kong, the U.S. administration needs to address its own China dilemma with a China policy that seems to be tilting less toward cooperation and more towards competition: how to impose costs on Beijing for unacceptable behavior.

how to impose costs on Beijing for unacceptable behavior.

America's government they are bosses of the world and other government and justices thus in Jon Huntsman view China must be punished for its roles in the middle east and other roles they had done in the past. Pushing CHINA'S EASTERN Seas Conflict America no doubt blames China for whats occurring in the eastern seas.

Thus Jon states that China needs to be not only punished but controlled like a dog on a leash.

Beyond Taiwan, China's assertiveness toward territorial claims in the East and South China Sea has made its neighbors fearful of the implications of China's re-emergence.

Taiwan is America's Crimea.

Remember the Failed Jasmine Revolution?

Lets get fooled folks, its the mainstream news outlets that are making these protests as if they are that huge but as in reality they arent that huge, unless you consider lowering the cameras to take better pictures of the protesters just like how they did before.

posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 05:42 AM
Further readings to back up the article.

America's 'Military First' Asia Pivot

“I think given the fact that there’s a lot going on in the world that we’re still making these visits and still having these discussions speaks volumes about how important we believe the Asia Pacific theater is,” Kirby told reporters. He also pointed out that “more than 350,000 American troops are based somewhere in the Pacific, 200 ships, the majority of the Navy is in the Pacific. And we have five of our seven treaty alliances are in the Pacific region. We’re very committed to that region.”

The Current Phases
-Chaos in the middle east.
-America seeking an pivot conflict in Asia using occupied Japan, others to achieve its goals.
-Current Hong Kong protests arent about DEMOCRACY.
- NATO Invaded Ukraine Black seas.
-Russia protecting its territory.

posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 05:44 AM
USA sucks. It wants to run the world. But when others try to impose their will it is not ok. Unless you are Saudi Arabia or Israel any way. They can do everything that the USA wages wars for against others, fund the radicals, anything and it is ok.

posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 05:51 AM
a reply to: roth1

I am surprised no one in America nor Europe nor anyone in the news media has ever criticized the the most undemocratic and unwelcome Arabian regime state that is Saudi Arabia where everything even its laws are stuck in a barbaric tradition.

Is it a sin for anyone willing enough to criticize Saudi Arabia? America's government doesn't want to run world its clear what they want from whats happening in Asia they want prolonged military occupations.

fund the radicals

Your right.

posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 10:51 AM
a reply to: roth1
You mean the American government? That sounds better than just "the USA". Many people in America are disgusted with the governments actions.

The American government sends agents to many countries to stir-up trouble. Why? Gain, or to be able to get control. Look at all the stuff the CIA/FBI was organizing in Iran. Then those "hikers" got caught "hiking in Iran". lol

I've come to the conclusion that there's only one reason my government do these things; It's because they're evil. They cannot stand to see any other country doing something different, or being successful. There's no logical and acceptable reason as to why the US gov has to have their nose in any other countries business. It's ridiculous and embarrassing. One day, the world will band together and come after the US government.

The fact is, they DO want a one-world government. They do want their little banks in every country so that they can enslave the populace into debt. They want to be the leader of the worlds lives. They want to tell everybody how to live and think. Again, it's gotten to a point far past ridiculousness.

But any person who points out Americas hypocritical doings, or Americas little allies doings, then they are "nuts" or "extremists". "They are against us!!!". lol

posted on Oct, 8 2014 @ 03:58 AM
So much for the protesters threats agaisnt the Chinese government.
This was expected as the same goes in Russia, these protests are nothing but hogwash. Only clowns whom are bought and paid for pieces of sliver.
edit on 8-10-2014 by Agent_USA_Supporter because: (no reason given)

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