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Jaaja Post time: 2018-10-31 10:50
Most entities (countries and people alike), legitimate or not, become independent and sovereign on ...
Most entities (countries and people alike), legitimate or not, become independent and sovereign once they become of age. Fact is still, that DPRK would not exist, if it was not for intervention by Chinese troops against UN sanctioned forces in the south
The fact is the ROK would not have existed, if it wasn't for the intervention by the US in the Korean War, which strictly speaking was a civil war in the beginning.
It is that act against UN, which in my books makes China's act illegal, and DPRK therefore an illegitimate child of China.
The UN, which was dominated by the west in the 1950s, admittedly was against the action of DPRK towards the South, but it didn't make it illegal. Have you heard that Trump is threating to pull out of the UN because he couldn't always get his own way with the organization? If the US withdrawal comes to pass, would you say that the US is an illegal country?
Actually my country was part of Sweden before, but then eloped to Russia, under which it enjoyed increased autonomy but still not full sovereignty.
Did you hint that your country folks were in the habit of jumping ship as you pleased? Not a good predisposition, if it is true.
I don't know what it is to you (or why it should be anything at all), but it serves me well.
Like I said I don't give two hoots for your personal life, but my suggestion is be a nice person in China, do something useful for your host country.
My closest connections to some of those provinces are from people working in both Guangdong and Zhejiang, with their children still left in muntains of rural Yunnan province, where I do live (not in the mountains, but in the province).
The way you look at a country's economy, you will certainly think the US is worse than your country, if you live in Missipi in the US, which is untrue. As you are living in one of the least developed areas in China, a tour around China would be badly needed for you to open your eyes, and have an accurate picture of the country, of which the economy is still going from strength to strength, though at a slower pace.
Do consider that I live here, and can see things with my own eyes. I don't have to rely in media western or eastern.
Some people could see much beyond their tunnel vision.