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This post was edited by gork at 2015-8-13 10:50|
If You Lie Down With Dogs You Wake Up With Fleas
You can argue, too, that he was a special case in another way, and that the real reason for the initial three-week time limit on his visa was to prevent him from swanning around Britain at the same time as China’s president is here on what will inevitably be a controversial state visit. If diplomatic expedience was a consideration, then it goes without saying that it was a very bad idea – the sort of idea that deserves to be boxed up with the half-meetings that are afforded to other diplomatically awkward individuals, such as the Dalai Lama, so as not to offend powerful countries.
- If even Ai Weiwei can’t trust our visa system, who can?
There's no shame in refusing to see the Ocean Guru because he's an insignificant clown. There is shame, however, in seeing him just to maintain a delusion of being a world power that kow-tows to no one, especially if, later on, you do find that you kow-tow to genuine world powers.
The pooch has already insulted China by seeing the Ocean Guru. Apparently, this is on a rotational basis with Germany and France. Then as soon as they get what they want from China, they revert to giving an audience with the Ocean Guru again.
Even worse, these clowns think they're being ever so clever in pleasing everyone. Instead, they've achieved a half-way house that pleases no one; neither Ai, their own sheeple, their guttersnipe propaganda rags or China. After all, how sincere is it when they've already insulted China?
The poodle state is desperate to develop trade outside of the eurozone so that it won't have to adopt the euro. So once again, the pooch has many masters an d can't please any of them, so ends up chasing its own tail.