China Rocks the Geopolitical Boat!

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posted on Nov, 11 2004 @ 12:52 PM
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I'm with the GOOL, on this one the final signing of this deal has Global implications. And it is not business as usual. The Red Chinese have around
70,000 ex soldiers on the ground in Sudan, to develop an oilfield there.
And what would you think if China purchased the entire country of Argentina when no one was looking




posted on Nov, 11 2004 @ 01:21 PM
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Originally posted by superpyz
If you were not a real Chinese people who has lived in that country for more than 20 years, you don't know how we hate that untruthful government, a government hijacks its people for more than 50 years, and econtinue. If American government really want to liberate a nation, please fight against Communism.


I lived in China for 25 years now. I have no resentment for the Government. They are the real power that propelled China of fast development in the past 26 years. No one deny the existence of many corrupt CCP officials, but the bulk represents the true strength of China.

Even under the "evil" years before reform, China developed nuclear bombs, hydrogen bombs, nuclear subs, satelites, rockets, etc, which are pillars guarding the safety and stability of China today.

As most Westerners, you probably prefer China be like former Yogoslavia in exchange of so called "democrazy".



posted on Nov, 11 2004 @ 10:52 PM
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And it is not business as usual. The Red Chinese have around
70,000 ex soldiers on the ground in Sudan, to develop an oilfield there.
And what would you think if China purchased the entire country of Argentina when no one was looking

it is unlikely to be true,when china can get the oil it needs,why should it send soldiers.unlike the US,China have no burden of "maintaining the peace" and not value ideology at all.


China has enough problem to see to now,the first priority should be level up the living standard of the people.and also,China is not strong,so china has to be smart not to arise other country's hostility.so the best way is to stay away from other's business.


but Taiwan is an exception,no matter how isolate a country is,it must proctect its own territory.so Taiwan is the only possibility for china be involved in a war.i am sorry to see that US has already deeply involved in this.
since Taiwan is almost "economically unified",so there is no need to take it by force,on the condition that it not go dependent form China and never return.howere,Taiwan's independence is intolerable.
(note, here i mean china,not the CCP)



posted on Nov, 11 2004 @ 11:23 PM
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Originally posted by WaskYes how dare they manage affairs with out the permission of the US! Since when has building your country become an anti-us move?


well when its giving 200 billion to an enemy that is a threat to your nation, one starting to act like north korea with its nuclear program, is known to actively fund, support and supply terrorists in lebanon and israel in cooperation with syria(who controls lebanon), constantly threatens america, who is nearly icbm capable, etc, do you see now what the deal is?



posted on Nov, 12 2004 @ 02:48 AM
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well,China just want to buy oil.the US don't like Iran doesn't mean china has a obligation not to do business with Iran.furthermore,China never help
Iran with its military and nuclear capability.

you said Iran has supported the terriots,could u provide proof on this.before u launched an attack on Iraq,Mr Bush said almost the same thing.but the result........

anyway,China buys oil from Iran is much less annoying than the US sell weapons to Taiwan.



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posted on Nov, 12 2004 @ 02:54 AM
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The CCTV - Central China Television - Agency reports that the deal with Iran will make China an Iranian leading export recieving nation higher than Japan... ...An the ties that bind ever so often align to show the true reigns of power that dominate this earth... ...is the end near?



posted on Nov, 12 2004 @ 04:26 AM
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It is not merely business, do you not find it odd that a couple of days after the 70,000,000,000 $ deal was signed Iran claims it will stop it's uranium enrichment.
Dah now they can get all they want from China.



Iran has the world’s second-largest supply of natural gas (behind Russia), and is the second-largest OPEC producer (behind Saudi Arabia).

This may be an energy agreement, but it is a political one as well. China could provide an important block to any UN action on Iran’s nuclear program. And how eager would China be to see US intervention in one of its key energy allies?

www.greencarcongress.com...

HELLO



posted on Nov, 12 2004 @ 10:12 AM
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Originally posted by namehere

Originally posted by WaskYes how dare they manage affairs with out the permission of the US! Since when has building your country become an anti-us move?


well when its giving 200 billion to an enemy that is a threat to your nation, one starting to act like north korea with its nuclear program, is known to actively fund, support and supply terrorists in lebanon and israel in cooperation with syria(who controls lebanon), constantly threatens america, who is nearly icbm capable, etc, do you see now what the deal is?


funnily enough China counts Isreal as one if it's most important trading and development partners.

They recently signed a 10 year development plan between the new nati0ons and have vowed to co-operate on terrorism matters etc





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