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2004-11-22 Europe
EU ready to send China 'positive signal' on arms embargo
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Posted by Anonymoose 2004-11-22 8:04:14 PM|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [438 views since 2007-05-07]  Top

#1 What's dhimmi in Chinese?
Posted by Mrs. Davis 2004-11-22 8:23:42 PM||   2004-11-22 8:23:42 PM|| Front Page Top

#2 Ew Dum Bastahd
Posted by Frank G  2004-11-22 8:29:28 PM||   2004-11-22 8:29:28 PM|| Front Page Top

#3 More like, 'let's band together against that nasty US' -- economically, technically and eventually militarily as well.
Posted by too true 2004-11-22 9:19:50 PM||   2004-11-22 9:19:50 PM|| Front Page Top

#4 The EU will sell its soul out to Iran and the Chicoms. It is nice to know the the UK and some Scandinavian countries have some principles left. I feel like it is 1936 all over again. The Chinese will say, Thank you very much, and they will obtain what they need to reverse engineer that will eventually point against us.

The Chicoms will ratify any UN covenant of Civil and Political rights that the UN throws at them. No skin off their fore. The UN is all mouth and no muscle. Even though we know all this to be true, I am still continually amazed by the EU.
Posted by Alaska Paul  2004-11-22 10:16:18 PM||   2004-11-22 10:16:18 PM|| Front Page Top

#5 Don't sell weapons to Red China. The only positive signal it would send is that the EU is led by spineless second-handers.

To China, all I have to say is: Remember Tienanmen! the Butchers of Beijing will pay, as surely as Ceaucescu did.

I'd also like to know what standards the UN's bribed bureaucrats and European politicians apply to the Chinese occupation of Tibet.
Posted by Kalle (kafir forever) 2004-11-22 10:18:11 PM|| [http://radio.weblogs.com/0103811/categories/currentEvents/]  2004-11-22 10:18:11 PM|| Front Page Top

#6 If European weapons are used against the US in a war over Taiwan, NATO is done. Kaput. Upon which the US will probably start demanding that those countries that want American protection exit from the EU.
Posted by Zhang Fei  2004-11-22 10:20:33 PM|| [http://timurileng.blogspot.com]  2004-11-22 10:20:33 PM|| Front Page Top

#7 Zhang Fei---I think NATO is done already. Look at Turkey, look at how France put a wrench into allowing Patriots to go into Turkey before the Operation Iraqi Freedom. You will always have the French to put the turd in the punchbowl and ruin the punch, if the French feel that doing so will stick it to the US. Better work up bilateral agreements or something. Hell, some NATO nations want to open up weapons trade with Chicoms, which was the subject of this post.

Kalle---I have thought alot about Tibet over the years. I think that there will never again be a free Tibet until China is free. All this Dali Lama crap has gotten absolutely nowhere. You cannot appeal to the good side of Chicom psychopaths, there is none.
Posted by Alaska Paul  2004-11-22 10:31:01 PM||   2004-11-22 10:31:01 PM|| Front Page Top

#8 Don't forget, Clinton already gave the ChiComs all sorts of technology...
Posted by someone 2004-11-22 11:22:45 PM||   2004-11-22 11:22:45 PM|| Front Page Top

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