China Considers Rail Link Through Disputed Indo-Pakistani Territory..

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The Progress

Buffalo, NY

#1 Jul 6, 2014
Read this: China Considers Rail Link Through Disputed Indo-Pakistani Territory

NEW DELHI—The Chinese regime has commissioned a preliminary research study for building a controversial international rail link. It would connect China’s Xinjiang region to Gwadar Port in southwestern Pakistan. It’s more to dominate the area and to help Pakistan for strategic purposes,” said S.…
The Epoch Times from RSS

RSS, the Dumbo: China will no longer spend money in Africa to build railroads and harbor...Instead, she will make Asia A Better place to live!!!
Rule Britannia

Philippines

#2 Jul 6, 2014
One thing about China, is that they LOVE to steal other nations sovereign wealth, ranging from Tibet ( a nation all by itself which was assimilated by China under rule of FORCE), to Islands which they do not and never owned, to African oil rights, and now land disputed in central Asia.

Looks to like China is spoiling for a fight with someone!!
The Dumb Mule

Buffalo, NY

#3 Jul 7, 2014
Rule Britannia wrote:
One thing about China, is that they LOVE to steal other nations sovereign wealth, ranging from Tibet ( a nation all by itself which was assimilated by China under rule of FORCE), to Islands which they do not and never owned, to African oil rights, and now land disputed in central Asia.
Looks to like China is spoiling for a fight with someone!!
To pick a fight??? Why don't you build some Rail Ways in Philippine?? All I know that Marcos stole Gold from local Residents and made the Counterfeits of Paper Bonds to sell in Hawaii..

His family was arrested in 1970s...Check your history!! A Nation of Corruption, Cheat and Dishonesty!!! You can fight among yourselves and No One came near you!!

Even now-a days, the Scandalous news streamed out of Philippine almost daily ...Nothing Good, I am afraid!!
HAndersen

Denmark

#4 Jul 7, 2014
Rule Britannia wrote:
One thing about China, is that they LOVE to steal other nations sovereign wealth, ranging from Tibet ( a nation all by itself which was assimilated by China under rule of FORCE), to Islands which they do not and never owned, to African oil rights, and now land disputed in central Asia.
Looks to like China is spoiling for a fight with someone!!
Rule Britania ??? You are already history, my friend.

Even your PM was slapped in the face by fellow EU members.

So, RULE Britiania is not RUIN Britania!

China steals sovereign wealth ??? Moron, check your facts!
Post something that is factual instead of friction!

TIBET is Chinese, have always been and will always be. Since ancient time, not just by Mao action.

Go check who are behind those Free Tibet Movement ... ALL Financed and backed by CIA!
HAndersen

Denmark

#5 Jul 7, 2014
type error

RULE Britania = RUIN Britania!
Rule Britannia

Philippines

#6 Jul 10, 2014
See....here we are again. I post FACTS the others throw S***

The UK is in ruins, its financial system survives......CHINA steals everything it can, including the Gold which Marcos stole from the Chinese in the first lace!!

Or was it the poor Jap's?
HAndersen

Denmark

#7 Jul 11, 2014
Rule Britannia wrote:
See....here we are again. I post FACTS the others throw S***
The UK is in ruins, its financial system survives......CHINA steals everything it can, including the Gold which Marcos stole from the Chinese in the first lace!!
Or was it the poor Jap's?
RUIN BRITANNIA ... Another pathetic lies coming out of the brain washed maggot.

Ask the Marcos family what happened to all their assets when they landed in Hawaii. How did the American treat them when they landed on American territory.
Rule Britannia

Philippines

#8 Jul 21, 2014
Tibet was an independent country until 1951 when China invaded.... How am I brainwashed for repeating historical facts?

The Marco's family left their palace courtesy of the USA, and their wealth had already left the country years before...

What happened to their assets? Which ones? The buildings on wall street? The hotels, apartment blocks, houses?? they are all still there.... A few of the jewellery collections and the odd pair of shoes have been put into a museum.....but I dont see what all this has to do with China's invasion of Tibet in 1951!!
Rule Britannia

Philippines

#9 Jul 21, 2014
Lets have a look also at the LEGAL ASPECT of Tibet and where China;s BULLYING tactics lie:

The People's Republic of China (PRC) claims that Tibet is an integral part of China. The Tibetan Government-in-Exile maintains that Tibet is an independent state under unlawful occupation.
If Tibet is under unlawful Chinese occupation, Beijing's large-scale transfer of Chinese settlers into Tibet is a serious violation of the fourth Geneva Convention of 1949, which prohibits the transfer of civilian population into occupied territory.

Tibet is under unlawful Chinese occupation, China's illegal presence in the country is a legitimate object of international concern. If, on the other hand, Tibet is an integral part of China, then these questions fall, as China claims, within its own domestic jurisdiction.

The issue of human rights, including the right of self-determination and the right of the Tibetan people to maintain their own identity and autonomy are, of course, legitimate objects of international concern regardless of Tibet's legal status.

China makes no claim to sovereign rights over Tibet as a result of its military subjugation and occupation of Tibet following the country's invasion in 1949-1950. Instead, it bases its claim to Tibet solely on its theory that Tibet has been an integral part of China for many centuries. China's claim to sovereignty over Tibet is based almost exclusively on self-serving Chinese official histories. Chinese sources portrayed most countries with whom the emperor of China had relations, not only Tibet, as vassals of the emperor.

When studying Tibet's history, Tibetan sources should be given primary importance; foreign sources, including Chinese ones, should only be given secondary weight.

Tibet has a history dating back over 2,000 years. A good starting point in analysing the country's status is the period referred to as Tibet's "imperial age", when the entire country was first united under one ruler. There is no serious dispute over the existence of Tibet as an independent state during this period.

Even China's own historical records and treaties Tibet and China concluded during that period refer to Tibet as a strong state with whom China was forced to deal on a footing of equality.
International law protects the independence of states from attempts to destroy it and, therefore, the presumption is in favour of the continuation of statehood.

This means that, whereas an independent state that has existed for centuries, such as Tibet, does not need to prove its continued independence when challenged, a foreign state claiming sovereign rights over it needs to prove those rights by showing at what precise moment and by what legal means they were acquired.

China's present claim to Tibet is based entirely on the influence the Mongol and Manchu emperors exercised over Tibet in the 13th and 18th centuries, respectively. To claim that Tibet became a part of China because both countries were independently subjected to varying degrees of Mongol control, as the People’s Republic of China does, is absurd.

This relatively brief period of foreign domination over Tibet occurred 700 years ago. Tibet broke away from the Yuan emperor before China regained its independence from the Mongols with the establishment of the native Ming Dynasty. Not until the 18th century did Tibet once again come under a degree of foreign influence.

The Ming Dynasty, which ruled China, had few ties to and no authority over Tibet. On the other hand, the Manchus, who conquered China and established the Qing Dynasty in the 17th century, embraced Tibetan Buddhism as the Mongols had and developed close ties with the Tibetans.

On the political level, some powerful Manchu emperors succeeded in exerting a degree of influence over Tibet but they did not incorporate Tibet into their empire, much less China.
Manchu influence did not last for very long. It was entirely ineffective by the time the British briefly invaded Tibet in 1904.
The Illiterate Britania

Buffalo, NY

#10 Jul 22, 2014
Rule Britannia wrote:
Lets have a look also at the LEGAL ASPECT of Tibet and where China;s BULLYING tactics lie:
The People's Republic of China (PRC) claims that Tibet is an integral part of China. The Tibetan Government-in-Exile maintains that Tibet is an independent state under unlawful occupation.
If Tibet is under unlawful Chinese occupation, Beijing's large-scale transfer of Chinese settlers into Tibet is a serious violation of the fourth Geneva Convention of 1949, which prohibits the transfer of civilian population into occupied territory.

Tibet has a history dating back over 2,000 years. A good starting point in analysing the country's status is the period referred to as Tibet's "imperial age", when the entire country was first united under one ruler. There is no serious dispute over the existence of Tibet as an independent state during this period.
Even China's own historical records and treaties Tibet and China concluded during that period refer to Tibet as a strong state with whom China was forced to deal on a footing of equality.

China's present claim to Tibet is based entirely on the influence the Mongol and Manchu emperors exercised over Tibet in the 13th and 18th centuries, respectively. To claim that Tibet became a part of China because both countries were independently subjected to varying degrees of Mongol control, as the People’s Republic of China does, is absurd.
This relatively brief period of foreign domination over Tibet occurred 700 years ago. Tibet broke away from the Yuan emperor before China regained its independence from the Mongols with the establishment of the native Ming Dynasty. Not until the 18th century did Tibet once again come under a degree of foreign influence.
The Ming Dynasty, which ruled China, had few ties to and no authority over Tibet. On the other hand, the Manchus, who conquered China and established the Qing Dynasty in the 17th century, embraced Tibetan Buddhism as the Mongols had and developed close ties with the Tibetans.
On the political level, some powerful Manchu emperors succeeded in exerting a degree of influence over Tibet but they did not incorporate Tibet into their empire, much less China.
Manchu influence did not last for very long. It was entirely ineffective by the time the British briefly invaded Tibet in 1904.
My Reply: A Piece of Garbage - Without the Economic Aids from my Ancestor, the Ming Emperor in 1620s, All Tibetans would die out and vanish in this World..

In fact, that low down Chieftain went to the back Court yard to peek and took away A Royal Princess...It was and still is the Shame and Ageless Sorrow in History - One could see the huge Statue (250 Ft Tall) erected on the Entrance Way by the Gigantic Mountain Side from SW China to Tibet!! I visited the place in 2001 with Photos to prove!!

Mongols conquered the Europe but remained the lowest in China ..You admired Manchurians for you are like one of them!!! Put on your Pig Tail and Act like one!
HAndersen

Denmark

#11 Jul 22, 2014
Rule Britannia wrote:
Tibet was an independent country until 1951 when China invaded.... How am I brainwashed for repeating historical facts?
The Marco's family left their palace courtesy of the USA, and their wealth had already left the country years before...
What happened to their assets? Which ones? The buildings on wall street? The hotels, apartment blocks, houses?? they are all still there.... A few of the jewellery collections and the odd pair of shoes have been put into a museum.....but I dont see what all this has to do with China's invasion of Tibet in 1951!!
RUIN Britannia,

You are indeed IGNORANT.

Tibet..
Go read the REAL history of Tibet, in particular Middle Kingdom.
You can even read from your own fellow acclaimed British historian. Go google it yourself.

Marcos ...
Ask the Marcos family what ACTUAL happened when they set foot in Hawaii... better still, search the American secret archives thru' the American Freedom of Information Act.
Rule Britannia

Philippines

#12 Jul 23, 2014
You two fools never give FACTS....only rhetoric and bad words...name calling and bullying!

Seems like the Tibetans manage to survive without any "help"....

FACTS?? I always quote them.... Conspiracy theories are for the with time to waste!
HAndersen

Denmark

#13 Jul 23, 2014
Rule Britannia wrote:
You two fools never give FACTS....only rhetoric and bad words...name calling and bullying!
Seems like the Tibetans manage to survive without any "help"....
FACTS?? I always quote them.... Conspiracy theories are for the with time to waste!
Do you own research.
Rule Britannia

Philippines

#14 Jul 23, 2014
Thank you.

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