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Post time 2006-4-10 04:01:03 |Display all floors

Greed

"The Russians and Chinese from their permanent seats on the Security Council have constantly opposed moves by other members to impose sanctions or an arms embargo on Sudan. "

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Post time 2006-4-10 07:22:40 |Display all floors

Well, iluv2fish...

...Think you are a little bit tired...

Some news for you:
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April 3, 2006 (BEIJING) — A 25-member squad of a Chinese detachment that is part of a United Nations peacekeeping mission in Sudan left here Monday, heading for Khartoum, the Sudanese capital.

China plans to send 435 peacekeepers in response to an appeal by the United Nations Security Council. They will be mainly responsible for rebuilding infrastructure facilities, destroying weapons, and assisting all peace-keeping forces in the area.

The Chinese detachment comes from the Jinan Area Command of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army.

On March 24, 2005, the United Nations Security Council adopted a resolution to send peacekeepers to Sudan, to help accomplish a North-South peace agreement in the country.

(Xinhua)
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Hope you can spare some of your troops from other countries to Sudan for the peace keeping...
Originally posted by iluv2fish at 2006-4-9 22:53
Perhaps we should do as the Chinese do....

[ Last edited by afri_simba at 2006-4-10 02:25 AM ]

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Post time 2006-4-10 07:56:46 |Display all floors

Fish, don't throw stones picked up from nowhere everyday...

Originally posted by iluv2fish at 2006-4-9 23:01
"The Russians and Chinese from their permanent seats on the Security Council have constantly opposed moves by other members to impose sanctions or an arms embargo on Sudan. "


Another news for you:
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Feb 8, 2006 (NEW YORK) — A UN report accused Eritrea Libya and Chad of supplying arms and ammunition to the rebels groups in Sudan’s troubled Darfur region.
Members of Sudanese Liberation Army ride on a truck at Ashma village 30 km (19 miles) from Nyala, south Darfur, October 6, 2004. .

The UN Panel of experts to monitor the implementation of the arms embargo imposed by resolutions 1556 (2004) and 1591 (2005); in a report released today said that “the Government of Eritrea has provided, and probably continues to provide, arms, logistical support, military training and political support to both JEM and the Sudan Liberation Army (SLA)”.
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There is an arms embargo imposed by the UN...China being the one of the permanent seats on the Security Council ...

Fish, go to the UN website, where you can get the official report ...don't just pick up stones from nowhere...

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Post time 2006-4-10 10:37:58 |Display all floors

More...

"Sudan. China has sold the Islamic government in Khartoum weapons and $100 million worth of
Shenyang fighter planes, including twelve supersonic F-7 jets, according to the aerospace industry
journal Aviation Week and Space Technology. Experts say any military air presence exercised by
the government—including the helicopter gunships reportedly used to terrorize civilians in Darfur—comes from China."

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Post time 2006-4-10 16:08:28 |Display all floors
Originally posted by iluv2fish at 2006-4-10 05:37
"Sudan. China has sold the Islamicgovernment in Khartoum weapons ...


Can you give us your purpose of using word "Islamic" in this post?

What is your definition of "Islamic"?

And if you don't mind, can we sense your post the other way round:

What religion is US government? US Christianity Government?

No, we can't say this way, neither can you describe Sudanese government that way.  Sudan is a country holding more than on religions.

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Post time 2006-4-10 16:19:07 |Display all floors

China Offers An Alternative

Our African brothers have long been oppressed by the imperialist West, which to this day, through their gang of thugs (e.g., the Paris Club and the IMF), continue to monopolize the resources.  

China offers an alternative.  China has money to invest, and China is willing to transfer technology.  Just the presence of China in Africa means that the African nationas are getting MUCH BETTER DEALS from the West.   Breaking the trust destroys monopoly profits.  That's why propagandist mouthpieces like Fish in present company is so riled, and cusses and spins all day long.  

Just ignore him, and enjoy China's expanding presence all over Africa.  It is great for the neighborhood, and it works out much better for the natives.  Of course the Chinese expect to make money in return,  but at least they are much less greedy or heartless than the Westerners.

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Post time 2006-4-10 19:27:29 |Display all floors

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