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This post was edited by abramicus at 2013-5-1 16:39|
sansukong Post time: 2013-5-1 15:26
abramicus: I would believe you know what water sprinklers installed in big building complexes are a ...
Sans, the Japanese can be shown historically to keep a double entry accounting system in international relations. What Japan outwardly claims or annexes would often have been lost by its victim's internal connivance. Japan always loosens a nail before it plucks it out. There is no doubt that Japan would have tried to loosen China's resolve to hang on to Diaoyudao before it officially annexed it. Obviously, it was not very successful, but you know which bigwigs in China immediately condemned the protesters who vented their anger at Japanese cars and products, some of whom are high up in her diplomatic circles, some in the top leadership circles, and still others in her military top brass even.
This time around, Japan only needed its collaborators in China to DO NOTHING WHILE JAPANESE YEN IS UNDERVALUED AND UNDERMINING CHINA'S EXPORT MARKET. Doing nothing while Japan outsells Chinese manufacturers is THE SAME AS LETTING THE MANCHU ARMY THRU SHANHAI GUAN. China's economy will be seized with wave after wave of factory shutdowns, lay offs, and eventually, street protests. These guys are going after China's jugular, because once you get workers, not just easily influenced college students, to go to the streets, you have a very serious problem. It is equivalent to the Zhao attempted coup multiplied by ten times.
Before the TAM unrest flared up, Zhao turned a blind eye to the inflationary consequences of his economic policies that achieved, in time for the protests, an inflation rate of about 16%. The inflation got everybody very upset and anxious, ready to go to the streets to change whatever they can change in order to not starve. It took a Zhu Rongji, and the support of the elder statesman, Chen Yun, to put out the flames of inflation, unemployment, and the corruption-ridden privatization of state assets.