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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 2013-11-15 15:44:43 |Display all floors
lau_guan_kim Post time: 2013-11-12 16:48
Hold on.

Just do not rush

You are telling us that you don't care you rather see babies and children die to prove your political point. You are all class NOT

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This post was edited by abramicus at 2013-11-15 18:53

SENECA and the British trolls are in a roll here, over China's lack of prompt and generous aid to the victims of Haiyan, while ignoring the generations of victims of British genocidal policies that mass murdered millions of natives of Australia, NZ, China, and Korea.  One fault is lack of help, the other's fault is causing the humanitarian calamity.  Go to hell, Seneca, where you belong.  Your false piety, making hay out of human tragedy, bespeaks your low life morality through the ages.  

All the British papers trumpet the aid given to the Philippines, with the cooperation of the Chinese ministry of foreign affairs, giving them the opportunity to show off their magnanimity after having inflicted transgenerational genocide, ethnic cleansing, and apartheid on the natives of Inidia, China and Korea, accompanied by looting of the mineral and manpower resources of these peaceful native societies.  Your medals, that you pin on each other,  do shine under the sun, like bottle caps, but are not worth a dime.

It is our business to correct the mistakes of our own people, but you, do you correct the mistakes, or rather the mass murders of your people on the natives of the earth?  If China should be embarrassed over this diplomatic faux pas, Britain and its many ex-colonies, as well as its bloody sidekick, Japan, should have their face washed in bleach, and not pay back enough to the people of Asia, Africa, South Amreica, and Australia.  Bleach will not work, by the way, because it cannot wash off sins or crimes against humanity.

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This post was edited by abramicus at 2013-11-15 19:12

President Aquino insists on the facts regarding this very tragic disaster that befell his countrymen in Leyte and Samar, and rejected the figiure of 10,000 dead that the local police chief told the international press, but is clearly way off the mark.  

If even the Philiippine president can be misinformed by his own government officials about the situation in a province of his own country, then it is perfectly understandable how the Chinese ministry of foreign affairs and top leaders could have been confused by the size and severity of this calamity.

What is suspicious is how some pro-Western reporters and local offiicals could have "known" the severity of the calamity, without having the time or the manpower to make such an assessment.  Rumors are rife in the Internet that storms like this could have been created by not just global warming, but by countries that have the technology to warm up the globe in different parts of their choosing.  When pre-science is combined with exagerrated figures of deaths and dying, one wonders how much of this tragedy was in fact anticipated, predicted, or facilitated.  How else to explain the preparedness of the rescuers to speed right over and surround this deep water port with an armada that dwarfs the one that fought in the same vicinity in the Naval Battle of Leyte Gulf?

Of course, being honest and humane, the Chinese people will demand an answer from their own government, not just as to why this faux pas occurred, but what will be done to remedy its shortcomings, and prevent its recurrence.

On the other hand, all we hear from the artists making hay out of this human tragedy, is how great and generous they are on this one instance, while ignoring how grievously they have hurt and damaged the land and the people of the Philippine islands year after year, decade after decade, in the generations past.

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Post time 2013-11-15 19:25:16 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2013-11-15 19:26
LoonDeQuanRen Post time: 2013-11-15 19:03
We love what you've said ! But Seneca Must be condemned for his/her biased view on the Chinese peo ...

Don't worry about these clowns.  The moment they open their mouths, the stench from their throats and bellies, filled with their genocides, ethnic cleansing, and apartheids of the past, starts to fill the air.  All one needs to do is to notice it, and make note of it, and their pretense of being pretty Cinderellas turns into a macabre sight of a child-eating hag, which is what they really are and have always been.  

Hansel and Gretel should remember not to take their hospitality for real, or once inside their homes, they may end up being the dinner, when they next open their eyes.

Watch them try to colonize the Philippines again in the name of trying to help the locals.  Like the Falklanders, the locals can be bought with small favors, while ceding their birthrights.  Leyte is a rich province, and richer even for its deep sea ports and strategic waterways.  There is a reason they have come.  Wake up Hansel, and stay awake, Gretel.  Don't fall asleep.



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Post time 2013-11-15 20:04:36 |Display all floors
abramicus Post time: 2013-11-15 19:08
President Aquino insists on the facts regarding this very tragic disaster that befell his countrymen ...

Don't you worry over there ...

It is all a "Fata Morgana" and if not it must be a "Trouble Maker".

so remain on your xit-bowl reading xinhua.

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