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CHINA IS NOT WATCHING ITS BACK -- THE BURMA BETRAYAL   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2012-11-10 23:30:41 |Display all floors
Instead of being the lifeblood of a wartorn China, facing defeat on all fronts where it engaged the Japanese Imperial Army entrenched along the entire coastal region of China's eastern seaboard, Burma is turning into a wound by which China is being stabbed, even as we speak.  This is not just due to Burmese anti-Chinese treachery from the very top.  Possibly bribed or blackmailed by the Thief of Asia that China is facing at Diaoyudao.  But which cannot but also involve China's diplomats supposedly on the watch over the Burma Road.  Are they asleep or stoned by the opium of bribery or blackmail?  China's encirclement through Burma is the MOST LETHAL MOVE OF ALL, because Chongqing, the war capital of China suddenly loses its lifeline to the outside, and Kunming, its bastion of power against Vietnam, suddenly becomes vulnerable as well.

This backstabbing of China cannot happen without the collusion of Burmese and Chinese traitors at the very highest levels.

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Post time 2012-11-12 03:14:06 |Display all floors
THE NAZI JAPANESE CONNECTION WITH MYANMAR OR "BURMA"

"Burma" is used to refer to Myanmar because in the West, there are fewer people who know where Myanmar is, than where "Burma" is.  And, these posts are written in English to be read by those accustomed to western vocabulary.  "Burma" was a name used by the British colonists, ancestors of Seneca, who is cringing at hearing the term, which reminds one and all of how shabbily Myanmar was treated by the West, and will be again, whether it remainds independent of western dictates, as it was, or becomes obedient to its dictates, as it is becoming.  Bamars remember the arrogance of British rule to this day.  Up to now, "Burma" is still the official term used by the US, UK and Canda for "Myanmar" (used by China and the UN), although both terms refer to the Bamar ethnic majority of this country, are literary variations of each other, and mean EXACTLY the same thing.

The new man in Myanmar has sold out his peers and superiors and subordinates to embrace everything the West wants him to do, and more.  He incited nationalsit sentiments to cancel China's joint project of building a dam for Myanmar, correctly in the sense that the dam did not consider many repercussions on the population, due in part to China's lack of central oversight over the contractor's plans, and for which China bore no grudge against Myanmar.  But this fellow is carrying his grudge even farther into a typical 1960's style of hatred and vendetta against China to the point he wants to stab China in the back.  He has become a national security threat to China, not because he loved Myanmar more, but because he has been brainwashed to hate China, or INDUCED.  

But it is doubtful the inducement came from the West, which still hates Myanmar like Seneca still does.  Japan has a deeper presence in Myanmar than the West does, and has a longer track record of bribing or blackmailing the highest officials of any country.  China's friendship and longstanding support of Myanmar has just been STOLEN under the eyes of the Chinese diplomats there and in Beijing.  Something is wrong, not just with what is going on inside Myanmar, but with the eyes and ears of China that saw nothing coming, heard nothing coming, even though China will soon feel the blade coming into her back in short order.  Not only was China's friend stolen, but her own eyes and ears were also stolen.  So, go figure out, who is the thief?

The link between Japan and then "Burma" was quite deep.  For one, the government in Myanmar refused to join the Allies in their war against Japan in WWII.  And wikipedia has this to add:  "In 1940, before Japan formally entered the Second World War, Aung San [father of the present celebrity] formed the Burma Independence Army in Japan."  Thus, the Anti-Colonial Anti-British faction in Myanmar (then "Burma") was pro-Fascist Pro-Japanese as well.  Thus, it is not surprising at all that when Japan is reviving its Fascist ambitions, that the Neo-Nazi Network in the West should be actively supporting a faction with deep connections with the Japanese Nazi's.  All in the name of human rights and democracy.  Democracy is not incompatible with Fascism as the Nazi's proved.  They first got elected through democratic elections, and then they imposed their rule by abolishing the democracy they no longer needed.  Is it not possible that Myanmar is being manipulated into becoming a Second Japanese-led "Burma Independence Army"?  That is the bayonet on the back of China which its diplomats should have detected long before it is becoming a reality.

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Post time 2012-11-13 19:06:13 |Display all floors
abramicus, you hit it right on the money regarding Burma.  Still, I wouldn't worry too much about Japanese intention.   China is not the weak China of the 1930's and 1940's.  Let's just hope the Japanese and Vietnamese and the Burmese test China's resolve and strength.  

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Post time 2012-11-13 19:11:37 |Display all floors
seneca Post time: 2012-11-11 20:39
Ah yes, Burma (did you see: a sino-Fascist calling Myanmar 'Burma'!) owes China. Burma has no right  ...

Every country has its own right to choose friends but it's not right to cancel a contract negotiated over many years.   Who wants to do business with someone who breaks business contracts just because it was negotiated with previous 'gov't'?  BTW, the pref. gov't is also the present gov't.   "The leopard cannot change its spots".

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Post time 2012-11-13 19:13:10 |Display all floors
Yeah, Aung Sann and Ne Win were among the Yebaw Thonkyaik  (30 Comrades) who trained in Japan and invited the Japanese Imperial Army into Burma.   Then when they saw the Allies winning they switched sides.  Talk about duplicity!

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Post time 2012-11-14 09:43:55 |Display all floors
Heil Seneca,

You can deny there are Nazi's in the post-War era, all you want, such as the Class A war-criminal-worshipping Japanese politicians at Yasukuni.  But all you need to do is look at the mirror, and you have the absolute proof Nazi's still exist.  Don't forget to polish your black cross on your brown shirt.




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Post time 2012-11-14 17:02:26 |Display all floors
@Seneca, Re "...stranglehold of its greedy and unmanageable norther(n) neighbor."

I disagree.

In olden times, when an opposing army laid siege to another army holed up in a City, it cut the other off from supplies of food and medicines and reinforcements. It then has a "stranglehold" on the other. The idea is to weaken it forcing the other to surrender or die.

You are all wrong. You got yourself all messed up in your quest for bashing China.
The western powers and allies including Japan passed sanctions on Burma, not China. Reason being the brutal Junta tried to assassinate Daw Aung Suu Kyi. They were trying to have a "stranglehold" on it. They were strangling not only the Junta, but also the poor downtrodden people.

To survive, the Junta and the Burmese people have to rely on their neighbors.
Neighbors China, Thailand, Singapore, and later India were ignoring those sanctions, trading with the Burmese Junta and the people. Everything was scarce including medicines.

They are not "strangling" Burma. You are knocking at the wrong door! Calling the Rakhine black, instead of the Indians.

If you look up the CIA world Fact Book, you will find that Thailand traded more with the Junta than China.
Why not bash Thailand, etc?

BTW, if you are for sanctioning or "strangling" (getting a stranglehold on) the military, you have to ask yourself this question. Why did the western powers allow the French "Total" and the US "Chevron" to pump gas to Thailand for many years? This was breaking the sanctions, fattening the Burmese military and the above western oil and gas companies in the millions of dollars.

How hypocritical!

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