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China Backs Down from Claim of Sovereignty Over Diaoyudao? [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2013-6-3 16:59:51 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2013-6-3 17:04

邓小平所谓搁置争议,让更有智慧的后代来解决钓鱼岛的问题,是指他老辈一代必须搁置争议,而我们年轻的这一代反而有义务,有责任,动尽智慧解决这个问题, 而不是意思要让今天这一代有再搁置而不解决这个问题的选择。

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Post time 2013-6-3 18:08:56 |Display all floors
It is all because of economic fears. GDP of China is steadily declining, whereas it has been overtaken in that respect by a "Banana-Republic" and Japan's economic outlook seem to improve, too.

A war with Japan - economic-wise or real - will further contribute to China's deteriorating economy.

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Post time 2013-6-3 21:08:37 |Display all floors
abramicus Post time: 2013-6-3 15:04
无耻的结局

Passing the buck to a dead person is the most cowardly act that can be expected of irresponsible leadership!
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把責任推給一個死了的人是最懦弱的行為,
的是可以預見的不負責任的領導!



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Post time 2013-6-3 21:24:27 |Display all floors
the see see pee is in no position to pee on everyone......except the little bees in China who get pee on all the time.
I've made my living, Mr. Thompson, in large part as a gambler. Some days I make twenty bets, some days I make none. There are weeks, sometimes months, in fact, when I don't make any bet at all because ...

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Post time 2013-6-4 07:19:04 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2013-6-4 07:29
sansukong Post time: 2013-6-3 21:08
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MISSING SENTENCE IN QUOTES FROM THE SHANGRI-LA DIALOGUE IS DUE TO INACCESSIBILITY OF ORIGINAL TEXT OF SPEECH TO THE PUBLIC READERSHIP.

This dialogue is so money-faced that having generated so much publicity about what is said, it requires any member of the public eager to read the text of the original speeches to PAY a stupid sum to verify that the quotes quoted by various reporters are either true or false.  

If you do not want the public to be informed, then do not publicize this event, for Heaven's sake!
  
The full text showed that Lieutenant General Qi also said at his next breath, after reassuring the world that China is committed to postponing the resolution of the dispute over Diaoyudao, that "China's commitment to peaceful resolution of all these disputes [including Diaoyudao, Huangyan, Paracel and Spratly] should not be construed to mean that China is agreeing to making unconditional concessions on these matters of sovereignty."

This is less embarrassing, obviously, but not good enough.  Not good enough because China's diplomacy should be held to a higher standard than this amateurish adventurism in trying to appear committed to peace while ending up appeasing all its enemies in the name of peace.  Sovereignty should never be taken so lightly that it can be negotiated without any concrete offer being placed by the other sides on the table.  A unilateral offer to negotiate sovereignty in fact negates one's sovereignty, for otherwise, how can it be negotiable???

But it might not be really all that sophomoric, as it may be treasonous in fact.  The absence of any followup statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to reiterate that China's sovereignty over Diaoyudao is unchanged shows the amateurism may be fake, and the appeasement real.  The Chinese blogosphere is filled with dissatisfaction with this shameful degradation of China's own sovereignty as something that can be postponed, negotiated, and compromised without any indication that Japan is willing to postpone, negotiate or compromise with China at all.  

This is an offer to sell Diaoyudao to Japan.  Japan better take up this offer quickly, because the Chinese people will take it away in short order.



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Post time 2013-6-4 07:30:54 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2013-6-4 07:32
sansukong Post time: 2013-6-3 21:08
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China is lost.

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Post time 2013-6-4 07:45:29 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2013-6-4 11:51

When Qi quoted Deng, he said Deng said 20 years ago that his generation should postpone all disputation over Diaoyudao, and let the next generation which may be wiser solve it.

He must know Deng said this on October 3, 1978, when he was visiting Japan, and that is not 20 years ago, but 35 years ago.

But why did he say "20 years ago"?

Is it not to make it appear that Deng's advice is so recent as to be applicable to the present situation?  To a Japanese diplomat, it sounds ignorant.  To a Chinese reader, it might sound acceptable if Deng said it and it was not too long ago as to be anachronistic.   Since this cannot fool a Japanese, but can only fool a Chinese, who is the real target of this misinformation?

In reality, the postponement of further dispute originated not with Deng, but with Zhou Enlai, who told his Japanese counterparts that China's position on its sovereignty over Diaoyudao will never change, after the Japanese diplomat said Japan's firm position is that it has indisputable sovereignty over Senkaku/Diaoyudao.

If so, this idea is actually quite old, because Zhou died before Mao did, and therefore, on such a major issue, there is hardly any doubt that Mao agreed with this idea of Zhou.  Now you are talking about 37 years ago.  According to this formulation, is not this generation in 2013 in fact the "wiser next generation" that should be able to solve the problem?

How come it is claiming to be more stupid than the older generation instead?


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