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SHOULD CHINA HAD SHOT BRITISH DRUG DEALER? [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2009-12-29 19:07:37 |Display all floors
So finally Akmal Shaikh was shot amid claims he was mentally ill (So say the BBC), western media have been saying he should have been let off because he had an unsubstantiated mental disorder which can make him feel very happy one day and very sad on another - not sure which day he becomes a drug dealer so its hard to tell if he was a happy or a sad drug dealer.
The BBC also reported that Britain and China had "good relations"  (not sure how as Gordon Brown and the BBC had been so rude to China in 2008) which made a good reason for clemency.

Drug dealing in Briton is rife and out of control, children use hard drugs regularly and some schools have a reputation for having "Drug problems", now one wonders why the west consider it an improvement when China executes fewer people when its own legal system has failed so dismally.

Should China not only execute all drug dealers but also drink drivers who murder and do it more publicly, as China changes and becomes more wealthy peoples attitudes will change - a light hand now on these issues will lead to China having schools with "drug problems".

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Post time 2009-12-29 20:09:15 |Display all floors
Originally posted by richardk at 2009-12-29 20:07
So finally Akmal Shaikh was shot amid claims he was mentally ill (So say the BBC), western media have been saying he should have been let off because he had an unsubstantiated mental disorder which ...


The story of this criminal, his conviction and finally his execution as well as reaction from Europe is a great example of how little Europeans do understand China. First they pleaded that he must be considered insane, next they asked China to permit, western, "experts" who can testify his mental derangement and finally they condemned China for executing him according to the law.

The UK did build up immense pressure over the last seven to ten days hoping that China will cave-in under this onslaught. When all the accusations and fabrications didn't show the expected result, PM Brown expressed his dissatisfaction and disappointment with China's government. What the Brits did not take into account was the fact that China's decline in 1840 started with drugs, the opium war led by Britain against a weak country. Did the Brown government ever look into historic files?  I doubt it.

My guess, and this does not only apply to this case but to problems between China and the EU in general, use silent and secret diplomacy, keep the media sharks at bay and respect China's laws and government and, I'm convinced, results will be much easier to achieve than using name calling, accusations and condemnations. China is not the West, never was and never will be. Of course it takes professional diplomats to do this and they are far and few between.

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Post time 2009-12-29 20:19:39 |Display all floors
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BRAVO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


good start


now just execute the rest of the foreign drug users and dealers in China and you will have completed your duty to China and it's Citizens



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Post time 2009-12-29 20:21:36 |Display all floors
this forum is full of Bipolar people, just look at harmless/timasstu/wchao/joechimp

i think 99% of foreigners are Bipolar..

that's no excuse for their behavior

but a great excuse for their execution
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Post time 2009-12-29 20:24:21 |Display all floors
there are a great many foreigners doing drugs in China, and a great many dealers from Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and North America


they ALL need to be executed.


or YOU WILL see China fall
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Post time 2009-12-29 20:26:34 |Display all floors
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"Akmal Shaikh"


HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA

ANOTHER ARAB SMUGGLING DRUGS...

IS THIS ALL THEY DO????????



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Post time 2009-12-29 20:32:07 |Display all floors
Originally posted by satsu_jin at 2009-12-29 20:09


The story of this criminal, his conviction and finally his execution as well as reaction from Europe is a great example of how little Europeans do understand China. First they pleaded that he m ...


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We have abolished the death penalty in the EU for a reason, for many good reasons.

We do care for our EU citizens, whether they commit crimes or they don't.

This care does not end at the borders of the EU.

I know, that this is China. But the EU is trying it's best to help their citizens (even if this case would have been in the USA).

So, it is not about China.

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