AMERICAN HAD BETTER LISTEN CLOSELY.THE WORLD THAT WAS ONE DOMINATED BY EUROCENTRIC THOUGHT,CULTURE,AND INTEREST ARE NOW GONE THE WAY OF THE DINOSUARS.YOU HAVE HAD IT SO GOOD FOR SO LONG THAT THE ENTITLEMENT THAT YOU FELT WAS YOURS IS NO MORE.YOU SEE A WORLD THAT NO LONGER WANTS OR TAKES ORDERS FROM THE “WEST”..THAT IS CODE WORD FOR WHITE NATIONS.EVERYONE KNOWS IT.THIS HAS YOU BLAMING EVERYONE BUT YOU!NOW YOU CLAIM YOU WANT JUSTICE,WELL JUSTICE IS NOW IN THE WORKS.
CHINA THE LARGEST CREDITOR NATION IS TELLING YOU SOMETHING .WILL YOU LISTEN?THEY ARE SAYING WHAT I HAVE BEEN SAYING ABOUT YOUR DISREGAURD FOR ANY AND EVERYONE UNTIL YOU NEED THEM.THEY HOLD A LARGE PART OF YOUR DEBT/DOLLARS SO LISTEN AND LISTEN GOOD BECAUSE THE ONE TALKING TO YOU IS A GENERAL(NOT AND ECONOMISTS).THIS CARRIES GRAVE IMPLICATIONS BECAUSE THE MESSAGE IS TWO-FOLD.#1.ECONOMICALLY AND #2.MILITARILY WE COULD BRING YOU DOWN ESPECIALLY IF WE COMBINE THE TWO.;”China slams US for violating ‘national interests’
By DAVID WIVELL (AP) – 2 days ago
BEIJING — A top Chinese general criticized the U.S. on Thursday for selling arms to Taiwan and accused Washington of only being cooperative when it needs help with international campaigns.
Relations between the countries are generally good, but Taiwan is a sensitive point. The two sides split during a civil war in 1949, and China sees the self-governing island as a renegade province. The Bush administration’s approval last year of a major arms sale to Taiwan led China to break off military talks with the United States.
“You keep challenging and violating our core national interests, and we have to react,” People’s Liberation Army Chief of the General Staff Chen Bingde said at a meeting in Beijing with his U.S. counterpart, Gen. George Casey.
Chen said the United States has sought China’s help in international operations such as the war in Afghanistan or in fighting piracy off Somalia but undermined the mutual trust needed for such cooperation with its arms sales to Taiwan.
“Once the United State needs us to cooperate, they are good to us, they are friendly to us. Otherwise, they can do anything they want, even to offend the Chinese people. But I don’t think that kind of cooperation can continue,” Chen said at the meeting, which was open to the media.
Casey, the Army chief of staff, said Washington understood Beijing’s position on Taiwan, but that there needed to be understanding on both sides.
“It’s difficult to build a lasting relationship when we start from a point that ‘we have problem and it is you’,” Casey said.
Nevertheless, Casey insisted the growing military ties between China and the U.S. would “withstand the vagaries of political turbulence.”
U.S. officials say China suspended most military dialogue with Washington last year after the Bush administration approved a $6.5 billion arms package to Taiwan.
Relations improved this year, and military contacts resumed, but Taiwan has a number of weapons requests pending in Washington, including one for relatively advanced F-16 fighter jets.
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