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Post time 2010-4-28 03:00:33 |Display all floors
Originally posted by wetac0s at 2010-4-28 02:58
Vietnamese casaulties of Sino-viet war:
Less than 10,0000

Vietnamese casulties of American-Vietnam war:
220,357 dead (S. Vietnam)
1,176,000 dead/missing (N. Vietnam)



It is not about how high the casualties were...it is about why China`s neighbors are suspicious about China. Not because of US propaganda but because of Chinas own behaviour! And who knows how high the casualties would have been wouldn`t the Vietnamese have kicked the PLA`s asses?!

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Post time 2010-4-28 03:03:38 |Display all floors
Originally posted by Alex2010 at 2010-4-28 02:58



Well, if there`d be still the threat of a Soviet invasion and Korea would be a super power I`d welcome them. Hey,my country had and still has US troops on its soil. No complains so far. There ...


I know there is a US base in Germany.  But your people have not had as many problems as the Japanese.  
Many of the bases, such as Yokota Air Base, Naval Air Facility Atsugi and Kadena Air Base, are located in the vicinity of residential districts, and local citizens have complained about excessive aircraft noise as well as various crimes perpetrated against local civilians.[7][8][9]

From 1952 to 2004, there have been approximately 200,000 accidents and crimes involving U.S. soldiers, in which 1,076 Japanese civilians have died. Over 90% of the incidents were vehicle or traffic related. [10] According to the U.S.-Japan Status of Forces Agreement U.S. personnel have partial extraterritorial right, so in most cases suspects were not arrested by Japanese authorities.[10] In 1995, the abduction and rape of a 12-year-old Okinawan schoolgirl by two U.S. Marines and one U.S. sailor led to demands for the removal of all U.S. military bases in Japan. Other controversial incidents include helicopter crashes, the Girard incident, the Michael Brown Okinawa assault incident, the death of Kinjo family and the death of Yuki Uema. In February 2008, a 38-year-old U.S. Marine based on Okinawa was arrested in connection with the reported rape of a 14-year-old Japanese girl.[11] This triggered waves of protest against American military presence in Okinawa and led to tight restrictions on off-base activities.[12][13] U.S. Forces Japan designated 22 February as a Day of Reflection for all U.S. military facilities in Japan, setting up a Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Task Force in an effort to prevent similar incidents.[14]
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Maybe because Germany has such a similar culture and language with America, they do not act so disgusting in Germany.  But in Japan and korea, the soldiers have a complete disrespect for the native people.

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Post time 2010-4-28 03:05:43 |Display all floors
Originally posted by Alex2010 at 2010-4-28 03:00



It is not about how high the casualties were...it is about why China`s neighbors are suspicious about China. Not because of US propaganda but because of Chinas own behaviour! And who knows ho ...


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Post time 2010-4-28 03:05:51 |Display all floors
Originally posted by wetac0s at 2010-4-28 03:03


I know there is a US base in Germany.  But your people have not had as many problems as the Japanese.  


Maybe because Germany has such a similar culture and language with America, they do  ...



Look on your very own Wikipedia quote.....90% very traffic incidents^^

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Post time 2010-4-28 03:08:13 |Display all floors
Originally posted by wetac0s at 2010-4-28 03:05


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Great, you just admited in post #18 that China did a preemptive strike.....just like the US did in Iraq. China "feeled" threatened.Great excuse.

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Post time 2010-4-28 03:09:16 |Display all floors
Originally posted by Alex2010 at 2010-4-28 03:05



Look on your very own Wikipedia quote.....90% very traffic incidents^^


Yes, like riding your tank on the road and running over Japanese civilians.   Or killing/injuring japanese civilians while drunk driving.  Are there this many fatalities in Germany?  Don't forget that the US had 2 helicopter crashes (one in a japanese college) which count as "traffic".  Also, many of these crimes go un-reported because American military personel are exempt from foreign laws.

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Post time 2010-4-28 03:10:21 |Display all floors
Originally posted by Alex2010 at 2010-4-28 03:08



Great, you just admited in post #18 that China did a preemptive strike.....just like the US did in Iraq. China "feeled" threatened.Great excuse.


Vietnam is in China's backdoor, Iraq is across the globe from America.  You really can't compare the two.  Plus, the war in Iraq was about oil.

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