China Deflects Criticism Over Syria

China Deflects Criticism Over Syria

There are 3 comments on the Wall Street Journal story from Feb 14, 2012, titled China Deflects Criticism Over Syria. In it, Wall Street Journal reports that:

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao and other senior leaders defended Beijing's handling of the crisis in Syria amid growing international criticism that threatens to cast a shadow over a visit to the U.S. by Vice President Xi Jinping.

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bottlecap

Homosassa, FL

#1 Feb 14, 2012
The Chinese know that the so-called unrest in Syria is caused, not by Assad, but by muslim extremists and terrorists.

Especially after what was the result of NATO's ILLEGAL WAR in Libya.

http://globalciviliansforpeace.com/2011/11/22...
The two faces of China

Guangzhou, China

#2 Feb 14, 2012
China's history in the international arena is 2 faced at best. For their friends in North Korea, China has been holding the endless six party talks with no resolution and North Korea continuing to be as disruptive as ever.
However in the South China Sea when they thought they could bully their neighboring international countries, China used aggressive tactics infringing on the rights of the other international countries around the South China Sea. They inhibited free access to the international water ways, attacked Japanese patrol vessels by ramming them, removed Philippine markers, harassed Vietnam vessels, etc.
In Sudan they provided the Sudanese government military weapons to help remove and kill the Darfur people to drive them off the land.
In Libya munitions and weapons from China were delivered to the Libyan government to kill the Libyan protestors who were seeking human rights.
Now their Syrian government trading partners are engaged in the killing of protestors seeking human rights in their own country. China says they do not interfere in other countries activities and should let the 2 opposing parties work it out between themselves and insisting on never ending negotiations that produce no results except the killing of the people of Syria.
Nolie

Chatswood, Australia

#3 Feb 14, 2012
The two faces of China wrote:
China's history in the international arena is 2 faced at best. For their friends in North Korea, China has been holding the endless six party talks with no resolution and North Korea continuing to be as disruptive as ever.
However in the South China Sea when they thought they could bully their neighboring international countries, China used aggressive tactics infringing on the rights of the other international countries around the South China Sea. They inhibited free access to the international water ways, attacked Japanese patrol vessels by ramming them, removed Philippine markers, harassed Vietnam vessels, etc.
In Sudan they provided the Sudanese government military weapons to help remove and kill the Darfur people to drive them off the land.
In Libya munitions and weapons from China were delivered to the Libyan government to kill the Libyan protestors who were seeking human rights.
Now their Syrian government trading partners are engaged in the killing of protestors seeking human rights in their own country. China says they do not interfere in other countries activities and should let the 2 opposing parties work it out between themselves and insisting on never ending negotiations that produce no results except the killing of the people of Syria.
Liar telling lies at his best!

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