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Post time 2010-3-26 10:51:53 |Display all floors

wahahaha is the ridiculous ghost of ..........

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(your best guess ............. ?)
If we all think alike, ... then nobody is thinking.

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Post time 2010-3-26 13:07:54 |Display all floors
Originally posted by seneca at 2010-3-26 12:23



Wrong again, Mrs Incorrect.

'Colonisation' in Europe led to the creation of cities such as Cambridge and Naples, or, tellingly (by the name), Cologne - which is a corruption of the origina ...

Idiot, you're wrong again,
I'm still a single male & no Mrs Incorrection joins me in any of my posts.

What you're writing about 'Colonisation' in Europe is just similar to China,
but there's less warfare & bloodshed compared to Europe.
Like in Europe, various ethnic groups live within China's land mass, interacting with each other for millenium, inter-marriage are common between ruling classes & common people of Han, Tibetan, Uigher, Mongol, etc,etc, and so they're all in one  big Chinese family.
However, to compare the  'Colonisation' in Europe or in China to that of Canada, USA, NZ and Australia
is foolish. It's like comparing apples with oranges.
Colonization in Canada, USA, NZ,Australia, is crimes again humanity - genocides and grabbing of native lands, trampling on indigenous human rights. Who can deny this !!!

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Post time 2010-3-26 13:11:09 |Display all floors
Originally posted by seneca at 2010-3-26 12:25



You are saying in clumsy language what ASlex is saying straightforward: China is an empire of different ethnic groups living under one colonising authority.

If you can't see that you must ...

Idiot, this kind of colonization is similar to that in Europe !!
But different from that of colonization in USA,Canada, NZ & Australia.
You're blind if you can't see the difference.

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Post time 2010-3-26 13:59:54 |Display all floors

Reply #24 correction's post

He's just trying to redefine the term "colonisation" to fit China.

Next he'll say that the red indians and aussie aborigines are guilty of genocide too.

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Post time 2010-3-26 16:12:39 |Display all floors
Originally posted by treaty2 at 2010-2-22 04:14
International law is a concern to all nations including China. ...


Oh goody, as International Human Rights standards are of concern to all nations, so we can all comment on China's breach of those standards.

Originally posted by correction at 2010-3-25 18:31
Because everyone in China is native Chinese.

Yeah, and most of the invaders of ethnically, culturally and linguistically different Lhasa are also native Han Chinese.

Originally posted by Wahahaha at 2010-3-25 19:03
(3) honour those damned treaties.

So Beijing's gonna honour that treaty and give HK full democracy, or is China going to give HK back to the Brits ?

Originally posted by seneca at 2010-3-26 14:23
Wrong again, Mrs Incorrect.
'Colonisation' in Europe led to the creation of cities such as Cambridge and Naples, or, tellingly (by the name), Cologne - which is a corruption of the original Roman name and its meaning: Colonising. ...


Now listen up to Uncle Seneca and you might actually learn something.

Originally posted by nebula1 at 2010-3-26 15:59
He's just trying to redefine the term "colonisation" to fit China.
Next he'll say that the red indians and aussie aborigines are guilty of genocide too.


Indigenous Australian tribes did have disputes between tribes, and in some areas cannibalism was practiced. This is nothing unusual in many societies in all continents.

As for China, well we know that China was a different case, no disputes, no territorial issues, no invasions.
It was all peace and enlightenment, with no evidence of any problems.
Oh, now can someone remind me what those several thousand kilometres of brickwork was all about ?

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