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PostPosted: Fri Mar 19, 2010 4:24 pm    Post subject: US most irresponsible member of the International community Reply with quote

Fri l9-o3-10 Southernglory1. US 'calling wolf' against the Yuan to shy away

from its woes and misdeeds of its own making.


It is a joke for US politicians , like Charles Grassley and others in Congress and the Senate

urging China to be a responsible member of the international community.

How redsponsible are US and the European countries as members of the international

community? Below are some examples to show the true colour of their irresponsibilities.

1. Attacking other countries and regime Change.
Since after the Second World War US has been leading the ferocious packs of wolves of
Western Countries in attacking other third world countries in Asia, Middle-East, Africa,
Central and South America. In other cases they carried out violent and tortuous regime
change against countries which do not follow their policy or military dictate.

2. Currency speculation and manipulation
The best brains from their top institutions like Yale, Harvard and Princeton universities
are crooks and scoundrels who work under the guise of respectable investment
bankers, stock and share brokers, economists, real estate developers and share and
company raters, who specialise in thinking out strategies in making thousands of
billions of dollars out of thin air by crooked means in unethical and immoralistic
speculation and manipulation of currencies and stock and shares, by selling toxic
products to the unsuspecting world and in collaborating with pseudo economists,share
analysts and share and company raters to deceive the true nature of the viability of
companies and their shares so as to maximise their own benefits to the detriment of
the general public investors .

3. Dubious institutions - Hedge Funds and Derivative Companies
These companies are syndicated world wide floating casinos organised to ensnare the
unsuspecting investment public masses at large and thus conned out the world of
thousands of billions of dollars causing untold misery and financial disasters mostly to
third world countries.

4. US Dollar, the toilet paper in respectable disguise to defraud the world.
The American dollar is not backed by gold or genuine resources. It is nothing but a
fiduciary issue and their printing presses have been busy printing for years , churning
out trillions of dollars of banana like Japanese notes in occupied South East Asia during
the Second World War. The American dollar is unstable and it is there to cheat and
swindle the whole world in exchange for the rich resources of the third world. As it is
the US dollar may flounder at any time. In fact since 1972, the US dollar has lost more
than fifty per cent of its value.
5. US international forex and stock syndicates.
These are controlled by highly educated crooks and scoundrels and robber barons who
speculate and manipulate international currencies and stocks causing price confusion
and trade distortions in the global economy causing untold miseries and financial
disasters to countries big and small.

6. Manipulating international exchange rates.
The US government and its commercial counter parts work and collaborate in
manipulating the fluctuating exchange rates to their advantage and benefits and this
is the main threat to international commerce and moneytary and economic order.

I quote a United Nations agency - UN Conference on Trade and DEvelopment ( UNCTAD )

pronouncement that " focusing on China's fixed rate ignores the larger problems that are

hampering economic growth. " And that US immoral and unethical robber baron

syndicates operate by crooks and scoundrels under the guise of decent investment bankers,

stock brokers, hedge finds and derivative companies with the connivance of US

government senior officials and renowned politicians and economists and shameless

phoney share and company raters to speculate and manipulate international currencies for

their own selfish benefits . Here I quote UNCTAD - " Indeed , markets were permitted to

manipulate currencies in a way that made some sovereign governments and Central Banks

look like penniless orphans. " Look how in 1997-1998 , these international financial crooks

based in US and Europe brought Thailand, Indonesia, Taiwan, Malaysia , Mexico and many

other third world countries to economic collapse because of their villainous currency

manipulation of these countries currencies. Fortunately in the aftermath there was China to

come to the rescue and eventually these countries recovered.


UNCTAD has been railing against US - style liberal economics which provide loop holes for

international financial and currency crooks operating from US for their own benefits with

impunity. UNCTAD further added that US - style liberal economics , provide " an alibi for

rich-world nations ready to raise tariffs or enact other protectionist barriers to shield

flagging industries from international competition. "

UNCTAD further added , " And for China - where private consumption is rising at

'breakneck speed ' and labour costs are surging - dropping the Yuan's peg to the dollar

would mean an accelerated loss of competiveness, with dangerous consequences for the

world. " Thus here you see, Are the Americans responsible in pushing China to artificially

raise the value of the Yuan? I would say this is the utmost wanton irresponsibility of the

American government. Therefore UNCTAD prescribed , " a world regulator of exchange

rates to limit deviation and stabilise currencies. "

From the above we can see that US false accusation of the undervalued Yuan is mischievous

and vile. It can be clearly perceived that this false accusation by US of the undervalued

Yuan is fictitious and its sole vicious motive is to destabilise China and bring down the

present government of China and its underpinning reason is to depoverise China and

vaporise the trillions of US Dollars of China's foreign reserves which the shameless US hope

to abscond by default or treachery.

The whole US governing machinery and its commercial counterparts are a big mafia which

will not brink an eye for the pains and suffering they are causing to this world. As US is an

international crook and villain in all aspects encompassing politics, economics and military

, China and the world especially third world countries would have to be extra vigilant at all

times.

May peace and serenity reign supreme in this worlld.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 19, 2010 4:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi southernglory,

It is good that you list out the misdeeds of this evil empire on the board for all to see. If not, the western media would not whisper a word of it and sweep it under the carpet as if nothing of this sort had happened.

Keep posting to enlighten the world and to remind them of the evil deeds.

The last days of the evil empire is closing in.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 23, 2010 9:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The American Israeli Wayang

While the Israelis continue their pounding of the Palestinians in Gaza, the US pretends to be pricked by conscience and is looking displeased. And that is the best they would do to show the Arabs that they are their friends. And they let the Israelies to continue to kill the pariahs of human civilisation as if it is a natural thing to do.

And when I flipped through the pages of the newspaper there was hardly a mention of the killing of the Arabs. Non event. There are more important news about how to bash China for causing the ills of the bankrupt America, and blaming China for it.

In the meantime, the Palestinians can only look to Allah for help while the US looks the other way.
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 06, 2010 2:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Americans must account for all the innocent victims of wars

In Iraq, Pakistan, Afghanistan, many innocent civilians have been killed, and many are being killed, and more will be killed by the American soldiers. The Americans must be held accountable for such wanton killings in the name of war. The countries involved must pursue the death of their people and make America pay for their lives. Calling them collateral damages is a lame excuse.

Are there any decent and righteous western journalists out there willing to stand up and devote time and energy to tabulate and document all the unnecessary death caused by the Americans? Any westerner with a conscience?
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 11, 2010 10:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

How the Middle East was won

In my childhood years, one of the most memorable movie that I could still remember, and schools were organising for their students to watch as a great infomovie for the young, was 'How the West was Won'. This was a classic production of Hollywood in those days.

Recently there is another short movie, or just a clip, circulating in the internet that reminds me of this great story, and the moral of the story. It is here, http://wherebearsroamfree.blogspot.com/2010/04/american-oppression-pilot-fires-at.html.

The video shows an Apache helicopter crew attacking some civilians in Iraq. What a new for the helicopter! The gunmen were excellent sharp shooters and they never miss a single victim. All shot, dead or wounded. The similarities of this video and the days of the cavalries shooting Red Indians as in the movie 'How the West was Won' are startling.

In that movie, it was a god given right to conquer the vast prairie land of the Red Indians, called the New Frontiers. The sound of bugles and the appearance of the cavalries were always met with applause as they came to wipe out the bad guys. And these went on and on until finally the bad guys were too little and too weak to resist. Then they were herded into the reservations for their own safety, just in case the cavalries arrived to shoot at them again.

In Iraq today, the cavalries came in helicopters, named after the Red Indians. The next stage of development, when the natives were too little and too weak, would be to herd them into reservations for their own safety. The human rights group will then move in to do the necessary. Now is not the time yet.

When that day came, a new movie will be made, titled 'How the Middle East was won' with all the glories and citations. And school children will again have the privilege to watch such a classic piece of work in 3 D.
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PostPosted: Wed May 26, 2010 8:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

When would this hostile nation be stopped?

It was reported by AGENCIES that the 'US has expanded clandestine military activity in Iran, Saudi Arabia, Somalia and other countries in an effort to disrupt militant groups or counter threats in the region, according to officials and military documents.'

And the finger prints of the US in raising the tension in the Korean peninsular are everywhere. They are prodding the South Koreans to start a war with the North, with their blessing and support of course.

And the US claims that it is the most peace loving nation, championing peace and starting wars.
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 21, 2010 1:56 am    Post subject: US pulls its army out of Iraq but senes in mercendaries. Reply with quote

US claims it is pulling its last battalion of ignominious troops out of Iraq and expects the world to believe so. Yes, the US is puilling out of Iraq in shame but it has not given up in Iraq. It is sending in hundreds of thousands of mercendaries to maintain its hold on Iraq and ultimately the Middle East. The Americans will never give up so easily on the Middle East for it thinks it has the illegimate right to forever control the richest oil resources in the region. Only foos will believe in the US retreat. Therefore, the world must help Iraq, Iran and other Middle East Countries to get rid of the rogue Americans from the region.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 14, 2010 11:26 pm    Post subject: US using Israel as a proxy to control Middle East . Reply with quote

It would be stupid for Palestinians and Arabs to think US wants an independent Palestinian state. US is only putting on a show outwardly that it wants to help Israel and Palestine to negotiate a just peace. But if you look in depth you can see the ugly side of US perpetual desire to keep the Middle East in turmoil so as to keep the Palestinians and Arabs in submission through the proxy of US armed jewish state - Israel. If US is sincere in wanting to help Palestinians achieve an independent state, all it should do is just stopping arming and financing the Israel state and its ugly aggression against the Arabs and Palestinians.

All is not lost only if the Arabs and the Palestinians know how to deal with US and the West strategically. First they must realise that US is never a friend not to speak of as an ally as the US like to cunningly and psychologically call its friends as allies. When US co-opt its friends as allies it means they will eventually end up as pawns or proxies to fight American initiated wars and sacrifised later in the interest of USA. American dollar is hollow, so do not accept American dollar for commercial transaction. Stop selling oil to US for it is the strategic commodity that grinds US war machines of aggression. Team up with Iran and other friendly states to deter aggression from US or Israel. Build up a strong military and economy and provide good all rounded education for the masses. Stop the extreme Islamic militants from carrying out ineffective terrorist acts that give US legitimate excuse to bomb , destroy and senselessly kill innocent Arabs and Palestinians. Lastly choose good selfless leaders and unite strongly behind them .
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 16, 2010 9:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The unlikely reaction to QE2

Much as the Americans may want to think that the whole world is made up of ignorant fools, and they can keep on printing money on worthless pieces of paper for as much as they like, the Quantitative Easing2 is triggering a reaction from around the world that could lead to a backlash of unimaginable proportion. While MNCs took a whole year to earn a couple of billions, the Fed just printed $600 b for its own use. No need to work or sweat. Step aside hedge funds, loan sharks, pirates, robbers, con men, and bankers. The Fed can make more money and easier than all of you combined.

The world is looking at this QE2 in shock and awe. Even Germany, a hardcore ally of the US could not believe it and had come out openly to criticize this move. Unwittingly, the QE2 has aligned the forces of the world against the US, an unpredictable reaction. They are all going to lock out American dollars from their economies, maybe abandoning it. And the consequences of such a world reaction can be deadly for the US.

The banana currency is ripening and will soon become thrash. The nightmare is just beginning for the Americans and their evil Empire. Will it disintegrate?
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 16, 2010 5:01 pm    Post subject: Any economic grouping led by US is sure cause for concern. Reply with quote

It seems US is creating a new economic grouping to challenge APEC. US economy is in dire straits because of mismanagement by crooks and scoundrels , so how can US create TPP to challenge APEC.

Asians beware. Any economic entity or grouping created and led by US is steeped with danger and pitfalls. As I have mentioned before the whole US machine whether in the government in the Senate and Congress,in CIA and the Pentagon or in private commercial enterprises are infested with selfserving villains, crooks and scoundrels who drag the US economy into dire straits in the bottomless pit while they abscon with limitless hundreds of billions of dollars. These American crooks and scoundrels couched in the form of CEOs, directors, stock brokers, company raters, share analysts and the so called highly qualified pseudo economists even Nobel Prize winning laureates like Paul Kruger and Greenspan are instrumental in causing the US economic debacle. So any international economic body created and led by these same wild, savage avaricious crooks and villains of US is sure to drag the world economy into further choas and destruction. To save the US and the world economy these bad men must be destroyed and US must not be allowed to lead in any world economic entity.
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 24, 2010 12:53 am    Post subject: Quantitative Easing - a US con machine to cheat the world Reply with quote

Economy Crude act glorified by a soft term
By John E. Coulter (China Daily)
Updated: 2010-11-18 07:51 Comments(7) PrintMail Large Medium Small

The term "quantitative easing" is new to people. The United States Federal Reserve (Fed) Chairman Ben Bernanke was pressured into taking drastic action after the US midterm election reflected the disenchantment of Americans with the Barack Obama administration. The arcane jargon means printing $600 billion of paper money to enable the government to buy its own bonds, which in turn means devaluing the US dollar against other currencies. "Quantitative easing" is supposed to soften the crudity of the act, just like "subprime" softened the crudity of toxic loans.

The Earth is a physically finite; it cannot grow. But we can transform its ores into precious metals and build buildings from common materials. We invented paper money as a medium of exchange to make the barter of these materials and services easier. Money became easier to trade in, save and carry. But money also made it easier to cheat. History teaches us compact wealth (money) is an object for greed.

Today, money can be created on computer screens. This and the inherent greed that money as compact wealth generates has given rise to a generation of financiers who think, talk and even believe in the numbers on their computer screens. It's another matter that many of the numbers are light years away from the real world.

Economics is practiced in the real world, a fact that has become alien to modern bankers. In a society revolving around Nasdaq, former non-executive chairman Bernie Madoff could take $100 million from you and return it with an extra $20 million a year later with no questions asked. But if someone had asked, he would have known that the extra 20 percent came not through bona fide wealth generation but by stealing another trusting investor.

The past several US administrations gave a free rein to "wizards" deregulating financial practices. But even traditional banking needs scrupulous supervision. Bankers discovered deposit multiplication a long time ago, and lent out a depositor's money again and again until it multiplied several times its value. Despite that, European bankers contributed to society by following strict bank reserve ratios and avoiding even conservative risks. What followed was the brashness of Wall Street as the baby boomers graduated out of the hippie era with junk bonds, leverage buyouts and the Michael Milken excesses.

Yet the 1980s didn't fully reflect how the banking industry leaders would behave in the following decades. A character in Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps puts it appropriately: "I once said, 'Greed is good'. Now it seems it's legal." The crux of the disaster that tipped over on Aug 17, 2008, was that risk-takers moved on after being rewarded sumptuously and without having to answer for their toxic lending.

This mindset became so entrenched among policymakers that when Washington tried to rein in Wall Street after Lehman Brothers went belly up to trigger the global financial crisis, it approached the same financial brains that had created the crisis in the first place to show the escape route. Not surprisingly, their solution was "we need more money". A stimulus package of almost $800 billion was hastily created, and no one has any inkling till today what that money represented in material wealth. There were more stimulants and bailouts, some not transparent.

Within months, economic forecasters were talking about signs of "recovery", though others thought it was "sluggish", or that consumer "sentiment" was low or there may even be a "double dip" recession.

China's prudent policies have put it in a relatively healthy situation. The US' unemployment woes, the "shellacking" Obama got in the midterm election and the EU's sovereign debt crisis are all good reasons to do a reality check on the economics we practice.

The Fed's announcement that it would print another $600 billion in currency notes is an open admission that the US was wrong in accusing China of having artificially devalued the yuan. When Bernanke was working on the Japanese economy some years ago, a British academic introduced the concept of "quantitative easing" as a solution. It did not work then and it can only be an act of desperation now.

When Europe got too small for all the continental powers, Europeans colonized the New World. In the first and still defining treatise on natural resources, economist David Ricardo (in 1817) pronounced water and what he called virgin land as free, because they were abundant. Two centuries later economists and their bosses gradually and grudgingly say such public goods, because of their exploitation, deserve to be taxed.

Our finite material world has always seemed boundless. When the early Apollo flights took photographs of the Earth from outer space for the first time, pioneering environmentalist Kenneth Boulding penned a poetic essay, Spaceship Earth. That was the time when the West called China "autarkic" - locked away from the global economy and the alarms raised by a book, The Limits of Growth, in 1972. But two monumental changes in the next seven years temporarily saved the global economy from The Limits of Growth prophesy.

First, China opened its doors to all the industries and environmental downsides that the West wanted to relocate to increase its profit. And second, financial markets went electronic and virtual, unhinged from any pretense that the dollar represented real goods and services to give us breathing space of a few more decades.

But by 2005, the blind pursuit of economic growth was changing to a more cautious stocktaking, and in 2007 the Chinese leadership wrote into the country's constitution a pioneering policy: Scientific Outlook on Development - the pursuit of economic and social progress by meeting the targets of building a well-off and harmonious society.

The Limits of Growth have become manifest in the global financial crisis. Its effects, however, will leave China relatively free of the deregulated financial madness and ready to play a pragmatic and scientific development role in the real world.

The author is an Australian research scholar collaborating with the Chinese government, and academic and commercial institutions.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 26, 2010 1:19 am    Post subject: US & ROK constant military / naval drill provocative Reply with quote

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US, ROK to hold naval war games
By Li Xiaokun and Tan Yingzi (China Daily)
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The nuclear-powered USS George Washington leaves Yokosuka US Naval base in Yokosuka, south of Tokyo, Nov 24, 2010. The US aircraft carrier will join a U.S.-South Korean military drill in waters off the west coast of the Korean peninsula, Yonhap news agency said on Wednesday, quoting the South Korean Defense Ministry. [Photo/Agencies]



China urges both sides to remain calm, show restraint to ease tension

BEIJING / WASHINGTON - The United States and the Republic of Korea (ROK) on Wednesday announced joint naval war games in the Yellow Sea, a day after the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) shelled an island near the disputed border with the ROK - one of their worst clashes in decades.


Though the Chinese government has yet to respond to the decision, Chinese experts warned the war games may escalate tension on the Korean Peninsula.

The death toll from the skirmish on Tuesday rose to four on Wednesday after ROK coast guards, searching the ruins of shattered homes on Yeonpyeong island, found the bodies of two elderly men. Two ROK marines were confirmed dead on Tuesday after the artillery barrage on the island and 18 people were injured.

The DPRK accused the ROK, which was conducting military drills off its west coast on Tuesday, of firing first. But Seoul said its firing exercises were not aimed at the DPRK.

China urged the two countries to engage in talks in order to avoid similar incidents, Foreign Ministry Spokesman Hong Lei said in a statement.

"China pays close attention to the incident. We regret the casualties and property losses, and are concerned about the situation," Hong said.

"We strongly urge both sides to remain calm and show restraint," Hong said.

In their first joint response to the attack, US President Barack Obama and his ROK counterpart Lee Myung-bak agreed to hold the war games.

The four-day joint exercise will start on Sunday in the Yellow Sea, and involve a naval strike group spearheaded by the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS George Washington, US Forces Korea said.

The carrier, with 75 warplanes and a crew of more than 6,000, left a naval base south of Tokyo on Wednesday.

A White House statement said Obama telephoned Lee to declare that the US "stands shoulder to shoulder" with the ROK, which is home to 28,500 US troops.

It said the drill was planned well before Tuesday's events but it demonstrated the US "commitment to regional stability through deterrence".


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China has expressed worry about US-ROK joint exercises in nearby waters, especially the presence of a US aircraft carrier.

But what is of greater concern to Beijing is that the war games could antagonize Pyongyang, said Liu Jiangyong, an expert on East Asia studies with Tsinghua University.

"The repeated military drills have contributed to the tensions. Military exercises result in Pyongyang worrying about being harmed accidentally or intentionally," he said.

To break the deadlock of the Korean Peninsula nuclear issue, US special representative for DPRK policy Stephen Bosworth arrived in China on Tuesday.

He had told reporters in Tokyo before departing for China that Washington does not "contemplate resuming negotiations while active programs are under way" or while there is a possibility that the DPRK may conduct another nuclear or missile test, referring to the stalled Six-Party Talks that Beijing wants to resume.

Bosworth, however, changed his tone after meeting with Chinese officials on Tuesday, including Beijing's special envoy for peninsula affairs Wu Dawei.

"Both sides ... said they were willing to make efforts for the early resumption of the Six-Party Talks," said a Foreign Ministry statement.

Li Qingsi, an expert on international relations with Renmin University of China, said the clash could spur the momentum for talks, considering the urgency of the situation.

Jin Canrong, another expert at Renmin University, said that while tensions on the peninsula are likely to last for a period, they will not escalate into regional conflict as "there is no will on either side for that".

Most of Obama's attention is taken up on domestic affairs at the moment and Korean affairs do not seem to be a high priority for the White House, Jin said.

Bonnie Glaser, China studies expert at the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies, said "China's interest in preserving peace and stability on the peninsula should lead Beijing to convey its deep concerns" to Pyongyang.

Bruce Klingner, senior research fellow for Northeast Asia in the Asian Studies Center at The Heritage Foundation, said that the DPRK's shelling of the island is, in part, to assert sovereignty over the disputed waters off the west coast of the divided peninsula.

Seoul said after the Tuesday clash it was suspending promised food aid to Pyongyang. It also said it would deploy more artillery on Yeonpyeong. At least 700 people have fled the island, home to more than 1,500 civilians and a permanent military base.

Pyongyang said Seoul was driving the peninsula to the "brink of war" with "reckless military provocation" and by postponing humanitarian aid, its Korean Central News Agency said.

Agencies and Zhou Wa contributed to this story.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 26, 2010 1:22 am    Post subject: US & ROK constant military / naval drill provocative Reply with quote

southernglory1 2010-11-25 18:39
US has been a trouble maker since the inception of its independence from its forefathers , imperial Britain. It has never stopped on its habitual warpath of aggression and conquests.First it incited internecine strives among the self-governing states . Then it made an excuse of these native American problems to interfere in their affairs. It then took control of all the self governing native Indian states . When the native Indian states resisted white control, US carried a systematic series of killings, murder and genocide. Finally US under white aggressive European immigrants took control of the whole territory now known as US.
After taking control of the whole territory, US plotted to conquer much of Mexican lands. It has always used the same dirty tricks of provoking an incident to give it an excuse of attacking and invading other countries' lands it coveted. Thus that was how Mexico lost more than one million six hundred thousand square miles of its territory to US, a territory comprising of Florida, Texas, Nevada, New Mexico, Dakota and California.
With its military might US continued its war of aggression and conquests across the Pacific Ocean. It forcefully took over the native island kingdoms of Hawaii and guam.
US is showing a similar trend of aggression now. It sank the South Korean naval ship in Cheonam and claimed it was done by DPRK. It carries out acts of provocation in the form of insidious naval drills and aerial spy reconnaisance in its targetted country's air and coastal space. Only now it is finding more difficult to swallow the countries of their aggression . US may yet meet its nemeses in the Far East. Japan and South Korea are inconsequential. They are US semi colonies and are used as pawns and proxies in its scheme of aggression. When US signed up countries as allies, it means it is recruiting subservient members as gangsters to serve its interest of aggression and as proxies to fight its war of aggression in lands outside USA.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 26, 2010 1:31 am    Post subject: US & ROK constant military / naval drill provocative Reply with quote

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ASEAN CITIZEN 2010-11-25 23:45
"Jon UK 2010-11-25 22:04"

You have a good grasp of the situations in the Korean Peninsula. I fully agree with your views on the current crisis that was sparked off by the provocative war games staged by the S Koreans jointly with the Americans right at the doorsteps of the DPRK.

The Americans should have the least decent knowledge that 'hungry men are the angry men' and they should stop all the unnecessary provocations against the N Koreans. It is like chasing after a dog to a corner when it has no choice but turn back to attack. The Americans should focus and put in more effort to remedy their own national economic and financial woes which have had seriously affected and damaged the economies of the rest of the world. As the Americans are crazily and stubbornly bogged down with the 'COLD WAR' mentality of dominating the world - HEGEMONY - the existing wars of aggression in Iraq and Afghanistan; and with the imminent wars in the Far East, this will only spell the DOOMSDAY for the Americans in the shortest possible time!

Concerned 2010-11-25 23:29
econ claims "That 900 Billion was not lent but bought ie US treasury bonds.."

However you want to slice the enchilada, a bond is a certificate of debt sold to raise capital. When you buy a US Treasury bond, you are lending your money to the US government.

Where did you study Econ 101? In a jail in Argentina?

Fred from Syracuse 2010-11-25 22:58
The current economic situation in North Korea needs to change.The Kims need to pack up and Leave.I do believe it was the Russians who put this family in charge in the first place,What a mess.The U.S. needs to leave also.These military exercises are getting pretty old.It really wouldn,t be a bad idea for China to really push for a more modern .open economy for North Korea.Sould the north and south be one nation again?The next generation will decide.

Jon UK 2010-11-25 22:04
HsunTze
You referred to protests in UK about rising prices. You are wrong. There have been none, because in general, prices are not rising. Many are falling.
The protests about proposed big increases in fees to be paid by university students, as a result of lower government subsidies.Increases are not yet finalised, because they will be decided by individual universities, and in any case, will be introduced over a period of years, so few current students will be effected.Fees will still continue to be heavily subsidised by the UK government,and in any case do not have to be paid up front.Students receive loans to cover, and don't have to pay back anything until they re working AND earning a substantial salary.Even then, the low interst loan can be paid back over a period of 25 yeasr, and at the end of 25 years, anything not paid off is cancelled.Poorer students will still pay no fees at all, and of course, wealthier ones won't need loans. Sounds like a pretty good deal to me!
Now, back on the MAIN subject.
I hope that tension on the Korean peninsular dissipates as soon as possible, and any loss of life is terrible. Though I don't agree with DPRK's action, I can understand it. What I don't understand is why ROK and now the USA want to deliberately provoke DPRK by holding military exercises in disputed waters. Surely, that is the last place they should hold them? The USA and ROK should accept that they are large part to blame for the poor conditions that prevail in the DPRK by their belicose attitude and stringent economic sanctions. It is certainly not the way to convince DPRK that that it is safe from attack, so it can reduce its military expenditure, and put the savings to better use for the benifit of its citizens. Quite the opposite.
China's attitude is right.It has friendly relations with both the DPRK and with ROK, and has appealed to both sides for calm.The international community should do the same, and furthermore should be pushing for dialogue and peace negotiations between North and South without any pre-imposed conditions.

Mirror on The Wall! 2010-11-25 22:00
@Merely observing

And Yet! Like many of your Goons...You are SO PREDICTABLE and even capable of "Boring" people with your One Liner!!! lol Very Happy

awol 2010-11-25 20:18
@southernglory1
who are you preaching to? consider the demographic of the people that are reading this. you don't need to show off your english writing skills. the fact is, people who can understand what you have written and are reading the news from this particular source already have plenty of resources and exposure to the ugliness within american foreign policy, past and present. as for the chinese, there is already enough rhetoric that exists within the medium of their own language, isn't there?

@ Ny 2010-11-25 16:57:
isn't it great when information about a country's wrongdoings, whether foreign or DOMESTIC, are made completely public to people and it is not censored? wouldn't it be great if ALL countries had this? maybe we could then see how common leaders are all over the world.

TRUTH 2010-11-25 20:17
If we look back into the recent history(last 60 years) of American politics and foreign policy, every newly elected President of United States of America will have to start a FRESH and NEW war somewhere on this globe. The WARS OF AGGRESSION in Iraq and Afghanistan were started by George W Bush based on LIES; President Obama doesn't like those wars because those are the losing wars inherited from G W Bush. That's the reason why he is anxiously pulling out from Iraq and Afghanistan and heading into a NEW WAR-ZONE in the Far East on the Korean Peninsula!

The Americans are warmongers! The Americans are belligerent! They want to poke their noses everywhere to show that they are the most powerful country with more than ten carrier groups cruising around the world ever ready to interfere and invade other countries which do not kowtow to and comply with the Americans' wishes. The Americans have been waiting and longing for this opportunity to get involved in the Koreans affairs and use this conflicts to HIT at China! DPRK and ROK are just the pawns manipulated in the hands of the Americans.

At the time when the Americans are facing the worst financial and economic woes which is worst than the Great Depression of the 30s, the Americans are exploiting every situation in the East Asia, from South China Sea to the Taiwan Straits to the Korean Peninsula, attempting to create CONFLICTS among the nations in Asia. So, this is the best chance for Obama Administration to START A NEW WAR to divert the attention of the American public.

China would stay cool and calm to witness the unfolding events! The Chinese would not be so easily drawn into this conflict between the two Koreas.

sokor president 2010-11-25 19:58
will be remembered as the funeral parlor president instead of ceo president..LOL, funeral parlor president-! Yah!

China should 2010-11-25 19:30
ask the U.S. to drawdown before making an arrangement of meeting between DPRK and sokor..if US turn this down, then US is the instigator or the thug behind this murder of sokor lives..Send back USS g.w. to japland, then everyone sit down and talk..go home.

Merely observing 2010-11-25 18:56
southernglory1:

LOL, you never seize to amaze me with your writings on Westerners or US of A Smile


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 26, 2010 2:55 pm    Post subject: US a rogue power, provocative on land, sea and air Reply with quote

Think Tank US should respect law of sea
By Zhang Tuosheng (China Daily)
Updated: 2010-11-26 08:00 Comments(11) PrintMail Large Medium Small
US historically a rogue nation, always using its might and power to trample on others rights and sovereignty. US mafia and gangsterism tactics need to be stopped.

The possibility of military intervention by the United States and Japan in Taiwan Straits in case "Taiwan independence" forces take extreme action has long been China's top maritime concern. Disputes with neighboring countries over territorial claims and its interests in the East China Sea and the South China Sea, too, have been a major maritime concern for China.

China's maritime disputes with its neighbors range from claims over islands and waters to claims over exclusive economic zones, continental shelves and underwater resources. The settlement of these issues remains difficult because of their relevance to state sovereignty, territorial integrity and national feelings, as well as some complicated historical and practical factors.

Disputes in the South China Sea have intensified recently, as indicated by frictions between China, and Vietnam and the Philippines. The collision between a Chinese fishing boat and two Japan Coast Guard vessels in the waters off China's Diaoyu Islands in September snowballed into a serious crisis between China and Japan.

China has long held that territorial disputes with neighboring countries should be settled through peaceful dialogue free from outside intervention. And China has always advocated that disputing countries should shelve their differences and take measures to enhance mutual trust if they cannot resolve the disputes immediately.

But against all maritime norms, the United States has been carrying out surveillance in the waters off China's coast, citing "freedom of navigation" as an excuse. The US' activities have got closer to China's land area and increased in frequency in recent years, causing grave concern.

By indulging in such acts, Washington is contravening its commitment to work with Beijing to build a constructive and all-round Sino-US relationship and going back on its promise to take practical measures to jointly meet the common challenges.

The US' surveillances have endangered China's national security and violated its maritime rights and interests. Washington's actions have sent negative signals and indicate that it still sees Beijing as a major rival or potential adversary and could become the main source of maritime conflicts between China and the US.

The surveillances are detrimental to the development of military ties between Beijing and Washington, too, and thwart the two sides' efforts to build much-needed mutual strategic trust.

China has unwaveringly adhered to the "free navigation" principle. But it is firmly opposed to the abuse of the principle by the US for conducting unrestrained military surveillance in China's waters.

Since the establishment of a Sino-US maritime military security consultation in 1998, the US has been demanding that the two countries lay down a common code of conduct on maritime activities. But it has turned a blind eye to China's maritime concerns. To help settle the dispute once and for all, the US should reduce its antagonistic military surveillances gradually and end it completely before holding discussions with China on the adoption of a common code of conduct at sea.

The rising pace of globalization has made China increasingly dependent on international maritime passages for its modernization drive, especially for its economic development. Chinese vessels can sail to the Middle East and Africa only through the Asia-Pacific region.

But military conflicts in the region, along with terrorist attacks, rampant piracy and natural disasters pose a threat to free navigation and endanger China's maritime security and interests. Therefore, the new challenge for China is to develop a navigation capability proportional to its status and responsibility as a major world power.

China is going all out to build its maritime capability, which is expected to be a lengthy process, compatible with the country's efforts to develop from a land power into a sea power. It has always opposed the "gunboat policy" in all its forms and will never embark on the path of maritime expansion as some other powers have done in the past.

Beijing wants to strengthen its maritime capability to safeguard the safety of its shipping channels and to conduct salvage and relief operations. The participation of its navy in international anti-piracy operations in the waters off Somalia since last year has been an important step toward achieving that goal.

But some countries are trying to confine China's navy to a chain of islets for groundless and impractical reasons. China has the right to send its navy farther into the ocean, and its actions conform to international law.

Facing ever-increasing maritime security threats, China is willing to undertake more responsibilities and obligations in accordance with international laws and rules. It is also willing to work with the international community to push for the adoption and implementation of non-proliferation measures at sea to safeguard fragile marine ecology and prevent pollution.

China understands the eagerness of the US and other countries to make it a party to the Proliferation Security Initiative (PSI). But the PSI-advocated "maritime interception" runs counter to prevailing international laws and, hence, should be revised.

More importantly, the US should stop surveillance in the waters off China's coast and free the seas of conflicts to facilitate mutual development and mutual benefit.

The author is a research fellow with the China International Strategy Research Fund.
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