China need a new geopolitical Doctrine ?


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jimmyjames30x30

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2. Is highly bigoted and ethnicist
Do you mean to say "ethnocentric"? Well, whatever.

Your bullshit "Universal Value" means nothing to me. To me, you are a hypocritical fool.

I never denied that the Turkic people were anything less than a great, diverse and tenacious people. But it is also true that these are the traits that gave us reasons to be cautious and even fearful of a grand Turkic revival/resurgence. The US may have no fear of a successful Pan-Turkism, but China, Russia, Europe, Iran, and India should all have great concern for it.

As for Uighurs, they have always been a people who excels in music, poetry, literature, dance, winery and art. Are you suggesting that we should let them descend into the Middle East where music and dance are heresy, and alcohol is against the law? Well, if what they are doing does not affect us negatively in stability and national security, we won't give a shit what they do to themselves. Otherwise, they will have to accept Order as it is.

The Uighurs will have to live in a place with high rises and subways, they don't have the option of refusing and reject, this is how it's going to be.

EDIT: I got you mixed up with the person I was originally replying to. Sorry about that.
 
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jimmyjames30x30

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Why doesn't China test 3 and 4 with magnanimity and see what happens? Give some territory away and see their actual reactions. Are they going to attack China with nukes? If they demand more no longer compromise on anything...
Hahahaha, that's cute. All I did is a little bit of subtle suggestion, and you are already waving your Nukes (which you don't even have) in panic.

India's nukes? India don't even have a second strike capability. Vietnam, Philippines and Japan don't have nukes. As for the United States, the Nuke option against a country like China will gain them nothing but retaliatory nukes strike-back, which will send all of world into Nuclear Winter under the MAD doctrine. The US does not dare to use nukes against China, just to protect Vietname or Philippines, just like how the US didn't use nukes against USSR's invasion of Afghanistan.

EDIT: I take back what I said here. I didn't read what you wrote carefully enough.
 
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zgx09t

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Not true, there is plenty China could do

- Not pass the HK "security" law
- Not lock up Uighurs in camps/whatever you want to call them
- Settle the border dispute with India
- Settle the SCS dispute with Vietnam/Philippines

People were willing to welcome China taking charge, until now... that's what you nationalists refuse to see. You keep saying that if China did the above things, the world will only demand more of China, when in reality it would have helped China's image greatly.
That makes me wonder if you are wearing a skirt right now.
 

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It's a pitiful geopolitical strategy and will eventual fail at end of the day.
lolz, says the American.

Can you name a single US 'strategy' over the past 30 years that hasn't failed?

By the way, talk to Snowden before lecturing others on invasive net protocols aimed at destroying dissent.

Your NSA is the global leader in the business.
 
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It's a pitiful geopolitical strategy and will eventual fail at end of the day.
That's what the West has been saying about China's economic and political model since the day it was made only to watch China's prominence climb without pause. That's a long long day that never ends, eh? LOL

When did I get my American citizenship? What a telling post.
What a cop out post avoiding all the meat of the other poster's response while focusing on the smallest detail. Long term "debate" strategy for you, huh?
 
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China must completely review its communication and its softpower in the West, fire the old executives who manage communication, and hire young people who have studied in the West and know the Western mentality, China can do better in terms of softpower

Tom Fowdi is China's biggest advocate on twitter, yet he keeps pointing China softpower problem and communication issues


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