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Post time 2010-4-16 07:06:39 |Display all floors
David Cameron said this at the first TV debate hosted by ITV on British television.

See related article http://www.businessweek.com/news ... lear-deterrent.html

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Post time 2010-4-16 08:59:10 |Display all floors
April 16 (Bloomberg) -- British Conservative Party leader David Cameron cited uncertainty over China as one of the reasons for Britain to maintain its nuclear deterrent,.....


It is exactly for reason of such above statement that China should always maintain a strong, modern and efficient armed forces to deter unfriendly countries/governments from walking over her. Iraq provides a good example what can happened to a country when she is a militarily weakling.

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Post time 2010-4-16 15:39:16 |Display all floors
Originally posted by sansukong at 2010-4-15 04:59 PM


It is exactly for reason of such above statement that China should always maintain a strong, modern and efficient armed forces to deter unfriendly countries/governments from walking over her ...


but china was weak during mao's time also.  so, it's will power, not weapon that america fears.  saddam's problem is that he acted like the anti-cult rev kind in china and try to pretend that america wont attack.  mao bluffed the america from attack by showing off the will to fight to the end, and event trashed china to do that.  we must appreciated the lesson he taught the world.

and look at iraq and afghan now.  they r doing much better, demonstrating will power to resist.
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