Boston101 Post time: 2019-5-13 18:35
Yes, they're sins.
That is a good question if the majority of people want independence there.
Do you have any stats?
I'm reminded about the protest in T square in BJ.
People were in the streets demanding democracy.
Yet the majority of people in China lived in the countryside.
Those people overwhelmingly supported the CPC.
So in a democracy, those people protesting were NOT speaking for the majority.
UYA Post time: 2019-5-24 11:20
And so, you know better than China?
Do you have any stats?
(I think not)
re: "Would you accept Chinese people claims about America?"
Americans should be encouraged to eat more fried rice, sweet and sour pork,and Peking duck before an executive order is issued to ban the eating of Chinese food to prevent undue Chinese influence and protect national security.
War-mongering doesn't help you win elections, but the appearance of being a bully does help you win votes AT HOME if the home crowd is as pathetic as you are.
Our FM should not just make a statement that Trump is bullying Huawei.
He should spell out the consequences if Trump continues to go down this path.
If there are no consequences, then don't even make the comment about your most innovative company being bullied.
If your sister is being raped right in front of you on the street, you don't simply stand by and say "Oh, this rapist is doing horrible things to my sister right in front of me. Just horrible. Someone please call the police."
You pick up a large stone to drop it on the head of the bully instead of just standing by like a perfect gentleman waiting for the police.
Or else admit you're just a pretty boy and there's nothing you're going to do about it.
The day that the Americans start calling the Chinese "bullies," that will be the day that the world has really really changed, like in changing from 2G to 5G.
What we have seen so far is just the first salvo of the first skirmish -- yes a skirmish, not even a battle, let alone a war yet.
I really really really want to hear the Americans calling the Chinese "bullies" one day soon enough.
Nothing else needs to be said from that moment on.
There is no such thing as a "gentleman" when it comes to international relations.
Throughout human history power has never come out of the barrel of a gentleman's smoke pipe.
wchao37 Post time: 2019-5-26 19:35
War-mongering doesn't help you win elections, but the appearance of being a bully does help you win ...
China leaders are "biting their tongue" and holding back their might.
I have to take my hat off to China for being so patient with what our self proclaimed "genius" president is doing.
Time is on China's side.
"Time" is not favoring 'America.