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Golden Opportunity for China to Convince the Philippines to be a Good Neighbor   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2013-11-16 12:16:46 |Display all floors
seneca Post time: 2013-11-16 10:28
Thank you, Uncle, and now Auntie China has upped her meagre gift to be in line with countries one  ...

SENECA, you are too wordy.  Pay up for the one hundred million innocent Chinese poisoned with Opium by force before you open your mouth again.  The genocides,ethnic cleasing and apartheid that characterized the British "civilization" are far more outrageous than China's present faux pas.  

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Post time 2013-11-17 03:47:57 |Display all floors
seneca Post time: 2013-11-16 12:51
Pay up?

Pay what? Pay for what?

PAY UP SENECA, FOR ALL THE OPIUM BRITAIN DUMPED ALL OVER CHINA, STARTING WITH CANTON, BUT ALSO IN EVERY MAJOR CITY, BY FORCE, AGAINST THE WILL AND THE LAWS OF CHINA, FOR 70 YEARS.

YOUR ANCESTORS MURDERED SOME ONE HUNDRED MILLION CHINESE BY FORCING THE CHINESE GOVERNMENT TO ALLOW OPIUM TO BE SOLD INTO CHINA.

ONCE THE POISON WAS INJECTED, OF COURSE, BRITAIN NEEDS ONLY SIT BACK AND WATCH THE POISON WORK ITS WAY THROUGH CORRUPTION, CRIME AND CONSUMPTION.  THIS IS HOW BRITAIN MANAGED ITS CLAIM OF BEING THE MOST "CIVILIZED" COUNTRY ON EARTH.  PAY UP OR SHUT UP.

ONE DAY, CHINA WILL ASK BRITAIN FOR REPARATIONS.

THIS IS WHY BRITAIN IS TRYING TO CONTAIN AND COLLAPSE CHINA FROM WITHOUT AND WITHIN, BECAUSE IT FEARS, DREADS, GASPS WITH THE THOUUGHT OF DIVINE RECKONING, USING ITS PAST ACCESSORIES, LIKE JAPAN, AND RECRUITING NEW ACCOMPLICES ACROSS THE ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC TO ACT AS ITS PROXIES, THINKING CHINA WILL NOT TOUCH BRITAIN.  WRONG.  WE KNOW BRITAIN IS BEHIND THE CURRENT CONTAINMENT AND EVENTUAL ATTACK ON CHINA.

AND KNOWLEDGE IS POWER.



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Post time 2013-11-17 03:54:59 |Display all floors
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You speak just like one of them thousands of two-faced western foreign correspondences based in BJ and Shanghai.
China have no need of advice from foreigner(s) on its foreign policy.

With aid, the Filipinos will kill more Chinese.

For peace in our region, let these backward terrorists stay poor and be humbled.


KUALA LUMPUR: Unidentified gunmen shot dead a Taiwanese tourist and kidnapped his wife on Friday in a remote part of Malaysia that was rocked earlier this year by a bloody Philippine militant incursion, a security official said.

The incident occurred at 1 a.m. (1700 GMT) Friday on Pom Pom Island, a popular scuba diving location in the eastern state of Sabah on Borneo island, and underlined continued security threats in the region despite a Malaysian security clampdown following the February incursion.

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Post time 2013-11-17 03:57:55 |Display all floors
abramicus Post time: 2013-11-13 10:22
IN EVERY DANGER RESIDES A HIDDEN OPPORTUNITY

As news begins to tricle out of the areas damaged by t ...

China should not lift one finger in the reconstruction of the Philippines for FREE!

Sure, if they want the Chinese to rebuilt their cities, they'll have to pay, just like everyone else.
Trade is trade, war is war.

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Post time 2013-11-17 04:04:19 |Display all floors
This post was edited by YIPman at 2013-11-17 04:09

Now if the Filipinos throw out that permanently grinning monkey Aquino, and rewrite their anti-China foreign policy, China will be their best friend overnight.
There will be unlimited assistance to their plights.

This has been a very hard lesson for the Pinoys, and they should learn from it!
Good neighboring is a good policy.
China will always be close by; through good and bad times.  

You want to pick fights with your bigger next door neighbor, then you should hard boil your balls first.

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Post time 2013-11-17 04:23:35 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2013-11-17 04:30
YIPman Post time: 2013-11-17 04:04
Now if the Filipinos throw out that permanently grinning monkey Aquino, and rewrite their anti-China ...

I understand your point that trade is trade, and war is war, but you miss out one other aspect of the relations between countries, and it is that countries are made of people, which is the least common denominator of both sides.  Even in war, we have the Geneva Conventions.  And Haiyan is neither trade nor war, but a natural calamity, which affected innocent civilians, those who are Anti-Chinese and those who are good to the Chinese.  Viewed from China and Hongkong, the Filipinos are still thought of as savages who hate China, as in the years of Spanish rule, where the Spaniards round up Chinese every few decades for mass extermination because they are just too many to trust, aided by their Filipino hires, or in the post-War era where an anti-Chinese president waged economic warfare on the ethnic Chinese, preventing them from gainful employment and having businesses.  To some extent, these trends are still present, but if you read the names of the politicians now running the country, you will be surprised how many of them have Chinese familiy names, even if they no longer speak any Chinese, such as Lim, Tan, etc.  While they are not pro-China, a country they never stepped foot on, a country they have no relatives in, they are not Anti-China either.  This is a new generation.  Do not treat them like their forefathers.  It was an ugly world, we should thank Heaven it is passing away.  You cannot bring back the dead, both the victims their victimizers, to benefit from today.

Haiayan is an opportunity to open a new chapter with the new generation of Filipinos who for the most part have good and bad impressions of China, just as the new generation of Chinese have good and bad impressions of the Filipinos.

The bullying of the Filipinos by Hongkong Demcracy Activists, harping on the tragic deaths of 8 Hongkong tourisits, at the height of the Haiyan devasstation is ugly and uncalled for.  It is an attempt to sour the relationship between Beijing and Manila even more, to benefit their British masters.

So, yes, trade is trade, war is war, but humanity is humanity, and we are all human beings.

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Post time 2013-11-17 04:28:41 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2013-11-17 04:35
YIPman Post time: 2013-11-17 04:04
Now if the Filipinos throw out that permanently grinning monkey Aquino, and rewrite their anti-China ...

I also disagree with your calling the Philippine Presisent Aquino a "monkey".  This is wrong.  He is human.  And he should be respected, not just because of his being a human being, but because he was elected to be the top leader of his country.  Name calling is not patriotism.   Let us focus on the issues that benefit both countries and narrow their differences.  Racism as it is is ugly enough.  We should tamp it down whenever we can.

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