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Post time 2018-7-3 14:40:03 |Display all floors
This post was edited by huaqiao at 2018-7-3 14:41
seneca Post time: 2018-7-2 20:09
Do you know the way you phrased your claims would be perfectly fitting in a description of what  ...
China supplied ammunition to the Sri Lankans to end the ethnic conflict with the Tamils in 2009. It also roped in the Pakistanis and their ageing J6 (F6)  fighter planes. The guerrilleros get brutally wiped out, the war is at an end, after lasting over a quarter of a century. No one is allowed to criticise what happened and the UNO is gagged by China.

Show your references. Your opinions are always bias and slanted to your agenda.


Sri Lanka rewarded China with a contract to build port facilities that it cannot pay. Nine years later, Sri Lanka cedes sovereignty over Hanbangtota Port to China for 99 years. China is the big winner here (it also was a part winner in Angola where it did the same - supplying arms, training killers,...). In Sri Lanka's case, China no doubt will build a military base and threaten the Indians.

This is again your own warped but predictable speculation. Sri Lanka came into the deal with eyes open. The deal cannot be only to China's advantage as you have claimed. Besides speculation or someone else opinion or speculation, what can you show?


Here is the latest development of the port. It is far from your bias speculation. Like I said, you have a flare for proving yourself wrong.

"The Sri Lanka navy is moving its Southern Command to Hambantota," Ranil Wickremesinghe's office said.

But it added: "There is no need to be frightened as security of the port will be under the control of the Sri Lanka Navy.

"Sri Lanka has also informed the Chinese that Hambantota cannot be used (by China) for military purposes," it said.[/quote]




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