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This post was edited by abramicus at 2015-6-12 15:40|
TWO WRONGS DON'T MAKE A RIGHT - THERE IS NO FUNDAMENTAL CONFLICT OF INTEREST BETWEEN MALAYSIA AND CHINA AT ALL.
yasawakic Post time: 2015-6-12 12:58
Malaysia just protested after a chinese coast guard vessels violated its waters near Borneo....
Any coast guard captain who willfully violates the sovereign seas of another country, while flying the Chinese flag, should be court-martialed, because he is acting as an Agent Provocateur to cause harm to the image and security of China, and must be investigated for links to foreign powers who stand to gain the most from his actions, not China.
Likewise, any Malaysian official who violates diplomatic protocol to denounce China on account of the mistake of one of its coast guard vessels, like twitting to the world his protest, should be considered as acting in the role of an Agent Provocateur, in cahoots with the Chinese coast guard captain, until proven otherwise, and investigated for links to foreign powers who stand to gain the most from his indiscretion, not Malaysia.
Two wrongs don't make a right, but they do show that neither China nor Malaysia stand to gain anything from the actions of these two persons, and therefore, do not have any fundamental conflict of interest at all.