Still round the corner there may wait
A new road or a secret gate
And though I oft have passed them by
A day will come at last when I
Shall take the hidden paths that run
West of the Moon, East of the Sun.
China no se va a poner en contra de USA, toda su economia depende de los yankees
Me causa gracia ver como demuestran lo nenes que son.
Parecen pendejos amenazandose el uno al otro diciendo " si me atacan, ataco" "si me tiran una bomba yo tiro otra eh" cuando nadie dije "te voy a atacar"
Pareciera que quieren dar la imagen de fuertes cuando nadie quiere hacerles algun daño...
Yo la verdad no entiendo.
Porque sabía, que la verdad desnuda, guarda oculta detrás de la corteza el hueso de cereza de una duda.
A living being seeks above all to discharge its strength. Life itself is will to power, nothing else matters.-
Este orden mundial que favorecio a USA no va a ser eterno. En algun momento las cosas van a cambiar y no van a ser de forma diplomatica.En parte USA tiene muchos enemigos que ahora estan todos durmiendo y en silencio.
February 3, 2010
GUANGZHOU: China will erect trade sanctions against Boeing and other large US companies unless the US Congress blocks the Obama administration's planned $US6.4 billion ($7.2 billion) weapons sales program to Taiwan, a senior defence strategist said.
Rear Admiral Yang Yi told the Herald yesterday China was prepared to hurt itself in order to teach the administration a lesson.
''We're waiting for the reaction from US Congress and if they don't have a U-turn then the follow-up of sanctions will come soon,'' said Admiral Yang, who previously co-wrote Chinese defence white papers while director of international strategic studies at the National Defence University.
''We are clear this action will harm ourselves but we don't care,'' he said. ''We are going to give a lesson to the US government that harming others will harm yourself. This will not only affect Boeing but all companies involved in this.''
The theme of teaching the US a lesson has emerged in China since it strengthened its economic and strategic standing after the global financial crisis. Last month China's climate change ambassador, Yu Qingtai, told the Herald that ''the key lesson'' developed countries should learn from his team's aggressive diplomacy at Copenhagen was that China could not be pushed around.
Yesterday China opened up yet another challenge to President Barack Obama warning that he would ''threaten trust and co-operation'' between the two countries if he met with the Dalai Lama.
On Friday the administration presented Congress with its first weapons sale package to Taiwan.
Chinese trade sanctions against companies involved in the sales could trigger counter-measures from the US under World Trade Organisation rules. Or it could cause US companies, perhaps including Boeing, to lobby the US Congress to dilute the Taiwan arms package - which would be a milestone in China's rising economic and diplomatic power.
Boeing, which plans to sell Harpoon Block anti-ship missiles to Taiwan, accounts for 53 per cent of the planes in China's current commercial fleet. The company estimates the Chinese market will be worth $US400 billion over the next two decades.
Analysts had previously speculated that China would sanction smaller companies that would not be so disruptive to China's economy.
Another exposed company is Sikorsky Aircraft, which plans to sell 60 helicopters to Taiwan, whose parent company has 16,000 employees in China selling elevators and air-conditioning systems. Admiral Yang told the Herald he was pleased the Chinese Government ''has adopted my idea'' of trade sanctions, which he first floated in the Global Times on January 5. He wrote that China should now ''dare'' to set the rules with the US.
''Businessmen are money-grubbers,'' he wrote. ''We have lots [of] cards in hand now. We should make sure economic losses they make from us are much higher than [profits] from arm sales to Taiwan.''
He said yesterday China was reacting more severely this year compared with previous, similar arms sales because the Obama administration had promised a more co-operative relationship. ''Bush always wanted to contain China. But Obama said he wanted to co-operate. We believed that and they betrayed us.''
The other factor that had changed was that ''cross-strait relations are now the best in 60 years''. China has made clear it is prepared to go to war to preserve its claim over Taiwan, although Admiral Yang said things would not get that far. China is simultaneously trying to woo the island's political and business leaders with economic opportunities and softer diplomacy.
We're flawed, because we want so much more...
C5N pone un cartel bien grande en pantalla "IRAN AMENAZA AL MUNDO" . Es por la creacion de 2 misiles. Eso quiere decir que Iran nos puede tirar un misil? Que bananeros son estos de C5N.
Además, no es que estén en la otra vereda precisamente...
La OTAN y EE.UU, quieren a Rusia como aliado, no como enemigo. El mayor problema para la integración, es que al Oso no le gusta que lo boludeen, ni que se metan en sus asuntos, ni que cuestionen sus métodos ó sus políticas* para con sus vecinos díscolos (*que no son muy amistosas que digamos, dicho sea de paso).
...dog eat dog, every day, on our fellow man we prey. Dog eat dog, to get by, hope you like my genocide...
But my dreams they aren't as empty, As my concience seems to be
I have hours only lonely
My love is vengeance, that's never free