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manoj10 Post time: 2017-9-11 16:12
I don't know what reds and mullahs have in common.

A love of hating the rest of the world... They are very xenophobic.

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seneca Post time: 2017-9-11 15:37
But the Chinese officials are Pakistan's best friends and most reliable little brothers...

Duh....there's a difference between ordinary Pakistanis and Islamic terrorists, dummy.

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msrong Post time: 2017-9-15 17:38
Duh....there's a difference between ordinary Pakistanis and Islamic terrorists, dummy.

Oh? And is there a dividing line between the Pakistani so-called "government" and said "terrorists"? And who supported the Afghan Taliban terrorists before - beside the U.S.A.?

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This post was edited by msrong at 2017-9-17 15:06
seneca Post time: 2017-9-15 20:28
Oh? And is there a dividing line between the Pakistani so-called "government" and said "terrorists ...

a sino-phobe like yourself obviously supports the Taliban threats against China.

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msrong Post time: 2017-9-17 15:06
a sino-phobe like yourself obviously supports the Taliban threats against China.



Ms Always Wrong is unintentionally funny again. The Taliban were hatched and midwifed into existence by the CHINESE rulers who wanted to keep Afghanistan free from Soviet influence because the Soviets were going to connect with the Indians. Thus the Taliban were China's allies. What does it say about China if its allies turn against China?

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Hm... having a bit of a flashback to the discussions I had with Afri_Simba a few years back about relations with Chinese in Africa, especially in and around the Horn of Africa:  A Red Flag and Yellow Skin does not a Talisman make.

Then again, I am surprised that someone with a Youku account has not been copying the work of Colin Flaherty posted on YouTube about Black on Asian Violence in the U.S. - https://www.youtube.com/playlist ... jFkyVmEfTaAGadNsGCg (Note: he has given his public permission to do so)

China's Eccentric 'Uncle Laowai' from Chicago, IL

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seneca Post time: 2017-9-17 15:46
Ms Always Wrong is unintentionally funny again. The Taliban were hatched and midwifed into exist ...

In your simplistic sinophobic mind, of course the blame would be placed on China.   save yourself by reading a more credible article from the Washington Institute for near east policy:
http://www.washingtoninstitute.o ... ble-for-the-taliban

Who Is Responsible for the Taliban?
Michael Rubin

Middle East Review of International Affairs
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As the United States prepared for war against Afghanistan, some academics or journalists argued that Usama bin Ladin's al-Qa'ida group and Afghanistan's Taliban government were really creations of American policy run amok. A pervasive myth exists that the United States was complicit for allegedly training Usama bin Ladin and the Taliban. For example, Jeffrey Sommers, a professor in Georgia, has repeatedly claimed that the Taliban had turned on "their previous benefactor." David Gibbs, a political science professor at the University of Arizona, made similar claims. Robert Fisk, widely-read Middle East correspondent for The Independent, wrote of "CIA camps in which the Americans once trained Mr. bin Ladin's fellow guerrillas."(1) Associated Press writer Mort Rosenblum declared that "Usama bin Ladin was the type of Soviet-hating freedom fighter that U.S. officials applauded when the world looked a little different."(2)

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