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Originally posted by joeching at 2009-12-31 17:25
this is a little from the barbarians' perspective. weakling is not pathetic from the asian perspective.
also, the "weakling" mao still defeated american monkey in korea and viet ...
Sorry Joe, but I'll have to differ...
Mao's Korean War, if based on the numbers of Chinese military personnels killed verse that of American personnels killed, then I'll have no other alternative but to say that we had not defeated the American monkey. The correct term to use, my book, should instead read: we had worned out the American with an endless flow of Chinese blood and that's a painful legacy we Chinese need to learn from to never again repeat...
I mean if you compare the ratio of American casualties verses that of Chinese casualties, providing the statistics out there are true, then the ratio should be something like a thousand to one in favor of the Americans. I hardly call such number a victorious one. Hence, in the eyes of none Chinese, Yes!, we are weaklings because we allow ourselves to be picked off like flies. I mean is that what Chinese lives are worth???
However, and as I had also pointed out, as we get more and challenging, militarily, technologically, and economically, not only will East Asia look to us for leadership, hence kinship, but, so will the whole world flock to us for leadership and for guidance.
[ Last edited by edisonone at 2010-1-1 05:53 PM ]