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“One country, however, has expressed unwavering public support for the country. China supports Myanmar’s efforts to “uphold peace and stability,” a Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson said. To show support for the regime, Beijing opened a liaison office in Naypyidaw, the capital — a step other powerful nations have been reluctant to take because of the city’s isolation and its association with the former ruling junta.” newyorkpost.com
That China’s 17th Karmapa refuses to speak out against this crime against humanity in deference to his Chinese benefactors speaks volumes.
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«Ah bah t’étais où encore.» “Where were you?”
«J’ai une surprise pour toi .» “We have a surprise for you.”
«Comment te dire. Oui, désolé .» “How to say. Yes, I’m sorry.”
«Quelqu’un pour me porter au lit ? Jamais personne . » “Someone to carry me to bed? No one ever.”
«Tu peux rester avec moi si tu veux . » “You can stay with me if you want.”
«T’en penses quoi ? » “What do you think?”
«Rien je fais que passer . » “Just passing through.”
«Moi je suis contente .» “I’m good.”
«Tu partirais enfin demain soir . » “You’re leaving tomorrow night?”
«Je fais que passer . » “I’m just visiting.”
«Le piercing au tragus y’est magnifique . » “The piercing to the tragus it is magnificent.”
«Tu vois autre chose ? » “What else do you know?”
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“They want to influence Australia. They want a stronger presence in Australia.”
“Every government has an interest in promoting itself abroad to extending its soft power, I guess what’s different about China is the way in which its run through these clandestine operations.”
“The way the Chinese Government operates is effectively to control and silence dissent.”
“Even if they’re not receiving any kind of direction, they would feel some sense of obligation, or indeed make the right impression on the powers that be in China, to demonstrate that they’re being good members of the party, that they’re pursuing the party’s interests.”
However normal globalization would have the citizens of democracies believe said soft power to be There is no moral equivalence between a dictatorship and a democracy.
Globalization normalized China but there is nothing normal about China’s soft power.
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“People don’t generally associate Buddhists with violence, especially not the type of violence that sees houses set on fire and gunfire sprayed around villages.
But one expert says people around the world need to shed their romanticised view of Buddhism and Buddhists as a peaceful religion and confront the reality of one of the worst human rights abuses in the world.” nzherald.co.nz
Remember the Cold War?
This anti Western pro Chinese Buddhist nation with its so called Buddhist monks is a relic of said conflict.
It never ended as far as the Chinese are concerned.
China, leader of the Buddhist world could shut this done.
They have the leverage.
Somebody is supporting these so called monks.
And so on.
The Chinese don’t believe in human rights.
Neither does Buddhism, apparently.
Fucking Buddhists, who da thunk it.
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