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Originally posted by tinykorea at 2011-11-5 20:59
I say if they want to dig their own grave go ahead :), but lets all learn a lesson from these cowards, if they start barking alot, don't worry, like a dog that barks, it will not bite, a silent dog ...
At some point, when you have made the same incorrect predictions, don't you question the world view that leads you to make those incorrect predictions, year, after year, after year, after year, after year, after year, after year?
Anyway, the US isn't "conquering" anyone, even if it an attack came, it would not be like China's attack on Vietnam in 1979, which was done to acquire territory (though just how much China gained is still secret). It would look like Iraq, a disaster, morally wrong, but the US would end up leaving, just as it now is from Iraq. By the end of the year, all US troops will be out of Iraq. Their government is a Republic and free to choose to require foreign troops leave, what kind of Imperialism is that?
The question of Iran is not imperial expansion, as it was for Britain, Japan or other powers of that era, rather their signature to the NPT and continued ignoring of the treaty obligations.
The critical view the Guardian takes however is solid evidence against this so called amazing "western" media bias. If the western media is so biased and so lying, why is it that even Chinese people very critical of the west see it as a reliable source to air the dirty laundry of "the west" I'm sure there are high Chinese officials that advocate a military attack on Taiwan, or against various countries over the Spratly Islands, and there's nothing wrong with that, it's just an opinion. But you'll never see such a critical examination of China's leadership in the Chinese press as you do of British leadership from the British press. There is a good movement among Chinese people to get a more independent press of course, and I do applaud that, it's always a gradual improvement.