China: Punishes France and EU

A letter to editor at the Fool's Mountain commenting on the cancellation of China-EU summit in France.


  • Yong

    France will pay for it’s behavior

  • Ray

    China will pay for it’s behavior.

    China try to use force against Europe when:
    – Europe is China’s first client
    – China’s factory are closing one after another as foreign demand dicrease…

    So two possibilities:
    – Chinese leaders are stupid and think force and intimidation can work with the World like it works in Asia (this is the kind of language used toward Taiwan, Japan…)
    – Chinese leaders are stupid and think that using nationalism thematic will save them for giving explanation to the people…

  • Franck

    Totally agree with Ray.

    China is acting like a litlle whining kid and chinese leader have zero credibility in Europe.

  • James

    France made a big mistake. THE Frech leader is really a idiot. The bilateral relationship between China and EU is much more important than that of EU and government in exile.In the environment of global crisis , the great emphasis should be laid on the union of great powers. China maybe decide to cancel contracts of billions dollars with EU, is the meeting with Dalai Lama really worth it?

  • lalibagai

    China is making a great mistake when it protests,threatens countries for listening to and honouring Dalai Lama who is the greatest and loftiest world Spiritual Man who hates none and teaches and practices compassion.Ultimately he will win even the Chinese people who will round from Godlessness to their original Buddhist faith.EU will do better to boycot the mass produced cheap but poor quality goods from China and shift theit patronage to other developing countries like India.When Chinese factories start closing down one by one then the Chinese people will start agitating for democracy as happened on Russia .

  • knights

    Sarkozy bastard is sooooooooooooooooooooooooo stupid that words can not describe him!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Come on, is it worth it at this moment to talk to an exiled terrorist leader. Try talking to Bin Ladin, and see what happens to France tomorrow. Bush will send out his troops like he did to Iraq!

    China is nice, all she did was just canceling the EU summit meeting. So please use your stupid brains and STOP complaining about China.

  • Ray

    Knights: “China is nice, all she did was just canceling the EU summit meeting.”

    The Dalai Lama story is not the real reason. China has nothing to propose to Europe (its first client) when the crisis slowly starts and Europe is thinking about quotas…

    It’s funny though how China supporters act exactly like China, using violent language, insults, … “zhong gua de gua…”

  • James

    It is no longer the time to separate countries by ideology, but the benefits instead. The countries of EU united in the hope of being a greater entity to challenge U.S.Does EU really believe it can make it alone? Presently,U.S. is in very good relation with its strategy partner China.Just think about the China-U.S. economic talk held recently and the China-EU summit put off.Apparently, EU would benefit nothing from a closer China-U.S. relationship. EU needs China to achieve its goal, so EU should create a favourable enviroment for the the long anticipated China-EU summit which certainly will bring deals of trillions needed to boost the economy in recession before China decide to transfer the deal of 160 airplanes from Airbus to Boeing. Consider about it thoroughly. The french leader should not be so childish.

  • mic

    china fill that there great.china is not nice.EU soposed to punish china

  • charlie1111

    Is dalai lama peace loving or a terrorist converted separatist?

    Dalai lama used terror warfare before the 1970s. Here is some US money that supported him in 1964:

    “The cost of the Tibetan Program for FY 1964 can be summarized in approximate figures as follows:

    a. Support of 2100 Tibetan guerrillas based in Nepal–$ 500,000

    b. Subsidy to the Dalai Lama–$ 180,000

    c. [1 line of source text not declassified] (equipment, transportation, installation, and operator training costs)–$ 225,000

    d. Expenses of covert training site in Colorado–$ 400,000

    e. Tibet Houses in New York, Geneva, and [less than 1 line of source text not declassified] ( 1/2 year )–$ 75,000

    f. Black air transportation of Tibetan trainees from Colorado to India–$ 185,000

    g. Miscellaneous (operating expenses of [less than 1 line of source text not declassified] equipment and supplies to reconnaissance teams, caching program, air resupply–not overflights, preparation stages for agent network in Tibet, agent salaries, etc.)–$ 125,000

    h. Educational program for 20 selected junior Tibetan officers– $ 45,000

    Total–$ 1,735,000

    4. Coordination–This Tibetan operational program has been coordinated with the Department of State for a number of years. Specific operational activity has been coordinated with the Department of Defense and the [less than 1 line of source text not declassified] as necessary.

    5. Recommendations–Barring sudden developments inside Communist China and Tibet, expenses for this long-range, politically-oriented Tibet program are not expected to exceed this amount in the foreseeable future. In fact, there are a number of probable economics, [1-1/2 lines of source text not declassified] for example. Nonetheless, this program will continue to require fairly large expenditures over a long period of time to keep the possibility of a non-Communist government alive to the Tibetan people. We recommend continuance of this program.”

    Only after the normalization of Sino-US relations in mid 1970s did Dalai stop this guerrilla warfare. But he never stopped instigating hatred toward Chinese people by the foreigners. The March riots was a result of his action.

    France arrested Spanish separatists but greet this fake monk with romantic reception. China is right to give Sarko the finger.

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