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China calls on U.S. to 'stop flexing muscles' in South China Sea

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43 minutes ago, thaibeachlovers said:

They have very little morals. 

Rubbish. They are pragmatic, which is how they avoided being colonised by Britain or France.

How long do you think they could last against the Chinese?

 

How long? About a nanosecond. 


Yeah, they never got colonized which is their great claim to fame but they did allow death camps and the Japanese invasion. Plenty of things to ridicule, but Thailand does what's best for Thailands elite (regardless of who it is or who is in power) and spends more time using its military against its own people and government than it does actually defending itself. 

 

Everyone in SEA just sits around and allows China to do whatever it wants, welcoming them without challenge, and the world just allows it. 

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2 minutes ago, Thainesss said:

Everyone in SEA just sits around and allows China to do whatever it wants, welcoming them without challenge, and the world just allows it. 

I remember when the west last decided to stop China in SEA. 56 thousand dead later they ran away.

Do you or yours want to die to stop them now?

 

I blame Nixon/ Kissinger for recognising China in the first place.

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Yeah US, stop your muscleling in the South China Sea! Leave that to China vis-a-vis The Philippines, Vietnam, Brunei and Malaysia. A true irony by Wei Fenghe.

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56 minutes ago, thaibeachlovers said:

I remember when the west last decided to stop China in SEA. 56 thousand dead later they ran away.

Do you or yours want to die to stop them now?

 

I blame Nixon/ Kissinger for recognising China in the first place.

 

Of course not but that doesn't mean that people need to kowtow to them. 

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2 hours ago, thaibeachlovers said:

 

They have very little morals. 

Rubbish. They are pragmatic, which is how they avoided being colonised by Britain or France.

How long do you think they could last against the Chinese?

About as long as they did the Japanese 

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This is result of stealing technology from western co. during 2 decades. Now, China has the idea about ruling the world. Feeding hungry Chinese was not a good idea 🙄😀. It seems there were some miscalculation. 

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I thought trump was going to keep the US to itself. Like hong kong is an issue between china and hong kong.

 

What area does the US have in south china sea.

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The article rightly mentions Taiwan several times. That's the key issue for China.

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5 minutes ago, Thainesss said:

 

Southeast Asia, much like the middle east, is directly tied to the USA through allies and trade. But you knew that. 

 


They have allies and bases all over the area. 

 

But you knew that too. You just couldn't resist telling us you can't stop thinking about Trump.

Trade and bases all over the world. So trump lied when he said they can all look after themselves.

 

Does US trade with hong kong and china? Why then say its a matter for them to decide.

 

Get rudy involved.

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29 minutes ago, Sujo said:

So trump lied when he said they can all look after themselves.

 

You're doing that thing again where you make stuff up and/or take things completely out of context. 

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