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QuatreVingtSept Post time: 2015-3-2 04:12
Maybe China will be reunited some day.
But that would probably happen after the regime in China i ...
1. QuatreVingtSept said: "No one wants to live under a repressed system like the chinese. And so they will resist."
China has more than 1.3 billion people (1,336,718,015 as of mid-2011) which represent a full 20% of the world's population, so one in every five people on the planet is a resident of China.
The Chinese government is still in existence since Mao announced the birth of New China on the Tiananmen Rostrum on October 1, 1949. Hence the above assertion of yours is totally rubbish. Don't tell us that the Chinese population had been sleeping all the while since October 1, 1949. What sort of resistance are you talking? You seem to be the only one resisting.
2. QuatreVingtSept said: "Besides, China would probably already be a superpower if the Communist had never won the civil war."
Your assertion is questionable because the Chiang Kai Shek regime has never been welcome even in Taiwan.
3. QuatreVingtSept said: "Maybe China will be reunited some day."
The so-called reunification of the Chinese mainland with Taiwan is not important. China can wait and let God or Time decide the issue.
In the eyes of Uncle Sam, China is still too huge to deal with and would pose a danger to its global dominance and hegemony. Thus the US tries every means to cut down the size of China by encouraging separatism and anti-government activism to split the country.
China should not rush for reunification. Instead the government should go all out to improve the lives of the people, eradicate corruption and make the country pollution free.
4. QuatreVingtSept said: "But that would probably happen after the regime in China is fixed."
I look forward to seeing you fix the regime. It is easy to shout slogans like "Down with the repressive regime" but it is really difficult to rule a country after a revolution. Every new Chinese ruler had discovered the truth after overthrowing an old dynasty and establishing a new dynasty.
As pointed out by Pham Van Dong, prime minister of North Vietnam 1955–76 and of unified Vietnam 1976–86, "Vous savez, waging a war is simple, but running a country is difficult."
The rulers of the Mongol empire, if they could return from Hell, would agree no less with Pham. In less than 80 years, the Mongols built an empire that encompassed all from the Pacific Ocean to the Danube River. However, the world's largest contiguous land empire fell apart after less than 150 years in existence.
I think Obama should also agree with Pham. Just look at his mediocre performance after nearly two terms in office.
If you could really turn China into a "paradise on earth", I would be the first to support you sky high with my hands and legs!