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This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-7-21 06:50|
tradervic Post time: 2014-7-21 00:40
Hm... funny thing about 'unrest', it never seems to abate over time, regardless of what laws are p ...
"Unrest" can be fomented by any external power who merely has to fund any opposition to the national government. Adding fuel to the fire, so to speak, is quite easy. In fact, lighting a fire is also very easy to do.
Quenching a fire, or several fires, can be very exhausting.
The best way to stop fires from being set in one's own backyard, China will find, is to light up fires in the backyards of its aggressors. Sun Zi's model of warfare unfortunately does not include this aspect of self-defense. Funding a Mandela Fund for the Emancipation of Native Peoples of Australia would put a damper on Bishop's commitment of Australia to Japan's aggression against China, now being litmused on Diaoyudao, but rest assured, Diaoyudao will prove to be Japan's costliest mistake, taking a backseat to Pearl Harbor and the rest.
Britain wisely returned Hong Kong to China, or all its investments and valuable connections (guanxi) would have vanished overnight as China pours its troops into the streets of Hong Kong to reclaim its rightful sovereignty. And China wisely allowed Hong Kong to maintain its political structure, not as a sovereignty country, which it never was, even under the British who did not allow any popular vote to be held on the matter of its spurious "right to rule" or selection of Patten as its viceroy. All these "democracy activists" were obedient pets of their British masters, until the British relinquished their official control, but continued to use them to cause "unrest".
And oh yes, Hong Kong must remain inviolate even as it is being subverted, or else Taiwan would refuse to reunite with China. Glad you mentioned this subtext. In that case, China must deal with their financiers directly, by confiscating all British and Australian assets in China and Hong Kong, as racketeering with intent to commit the crime of Lese Majeste. China needs to only establish the crimes of Lese Majeste. Then, it needs to follow the money to find their foreign financiers. Presto, the epidemic ends. Now, all their lackeys can be free to roam, or better yet, find a meaningful and useful job, as long as their bosses are in the slammer.