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IF INDONESIA REVERTS TO THE ANTI-CHINA STANCE OF SUHARTO, CHINA SHOULD PUNISH IT [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2015-3-24 16:06:28 |Display all floors
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Enough is enough.

300,000 Chinese butchered by the Suharto dictatorship is enough.  If the new Indonesian government chooses to antagonise and attack China, China should use every means at its disposal to punish the colonial lackey that the new leadership has chosen to become.  China has too long adhered to non-interference.  But as regards regimes that have committed crimes against humanity on its ethnic populations, non-interference is a cop out, and an act of supreme irresponsbility.  It is time that China enforces its own vision of HUMAN RIGHTS on those who have once massively violated it, and wishes to return to do the same, all over again.

Never again!!!

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Post time 2015-3-27 15:57:24 |Display all floors
Old Snake, stick to your script in the MIddle East, and stay out of the Far East.  China is the country whose citizens have suffered the most violations of their human rights by foreign powers and their colonial lackeys.  If there is any country that has earned the right to define what are human rights in Asia, and in the world, it is China.  And, following the example of the West, having defined what are HUMAN RIGHTS, China has the inalienable right to defend the HUMAN RIGHTS OF CHINESE LIVING ANYWHERE, including in countries that have once butchered them by the tens and hundreds of thousands.

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