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This post was edited by markwu at 2017-9-2 11:53|
What riles was he saying Europe recognizes One China policy, so China should recognize One Europe policy.
What does that imply?
One, that China doesn't?
Two, that China has ventriloquists to make recipient european countries say what they would otherwise be fearful enough of the likes of Germany and the Hague not to say?
Three, that a nation of 1,400 million spanning a supra-ideological civilizational state that Germany wasn't is smaller than an island of 23 million?
Four, that what he has said he would make the chiefs of mercedes benz, bayerische motoren werke, audi and volkswagen say at the main gates outside their China plants?
and last but not least,
Five, that he will repeat what he said while standing on Shandong soil?
After all, the last time China had opened her doors completely was by foreign force, foreign exploitation and foreign conquest. In that order. Is it asking too much of western critics that they remember enough of their own history to understand why China must be strong on her own terms, not prejudged by the same set of greedy terms conveniently couched by the same countries as rule of law of free market?
Because real history would have confirmed to them that when China was last completely free, she was completely divided by rules set by westerners.
Surely Gabriel and others from the land of Schweitzer, Goethe, Mozart and Gauss would have been among the first to appreciate such matter.
But one can still be wrong in this the 21st century. He should ask the UK. They are brexiting anyway and so will gift Germany and others the gift of history. How to carve up other countries.