posted on Nov, 11 2004 @ 10:52 PM
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)