China fears global crisis may ignite fire at home

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  1. amitkriit

    amitkriit Senior Member Senior Member

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    China's internal security chief fears that the global economic slowdown will hit the Chinese economy and result in widespread unrest in the country.

    Zhou Yongkang, a member of the Communist Party of China's nine-member politburo standing committee and one of the top security officials here, also said that the government is not prepared to handle social unrest on a large scale.

    "The party and the government have always paid a lot of attention to social management. But it still can't keep up with the changes in economic and social development," Zhe told party officials.

    The party usually describes public unrest as social issues instead of giving them political colour.

    "Faced with the negative impact of market economy, we still have not established social management system ," he told the official New China News Agency.

    Worrying about the growing disparity in incomes , Zhe said, "It can cause great harm to society's ethics and trust." This is first time a top party functionary has vented tensions within the party and the government over slowdown.

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    ice berg Senior Member Senior Member

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    In other words, more money for internal security. :rofl:
     
  4. Ray

    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    I read this too.

    India should learn a lesson from this.

    India must grow, but must grow slowly smoothing the rough edges as it grows or else.........
     
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    Iamanidiot Elite Member Elite Member

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    or else the people will excercise democracy by the ballot and boot the government out.Where as Chinese will use democracy by the bullet and boot he CCP
     
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    no smoking Senior Member Senior Member

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    Obviously, as our india friends in this forum, this india journalist has no idea how to read chinese political language.
     
  7. Tianshan

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    only if they become useless and corrupt like the KMT was.

    CCP still has several more decades of being successful i think.

    and a democratic china will be much more nationalistic than this current government is. good for us, but probably not good for india.
     
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  8. SADAKHUSH

    SADAKHUSH Senior Member Senior Member

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    Would you please put together two words of wisdom of your and explain to us how a democratic turned nationalistic Chinese will be bad for India? Are you guys going to make run towards our Arunachal Pradesh or sail towards ONGC rigs to cut off their cables and so on. You will still have to live by all the international regulations. Get realistic man.
     
  9. Bhadra

    Bhadra Defence Professionals Defence Professionals Senior Member

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    You have been some good points.
    Firstly, that CCP has yet to become very succesful. Therein also lies dangers for India. In order to deflect attention from domestic issues and fallinf economy, CCP may embark on waging wars on borders to consolidate at home.

    Secondly, democratic China would be more nationalistic is also true. We have seen that with Pakistan where elected leaders like Benazir Bhutto and her father were behind more military and terrorist troubles for India rather than her military rulers. Democracy can raise Jingoism or irrational varaiety and the Nationalists like Chiang can put the country on war path.

    However, India is no threat to China in nay manner. India was never a threat to China in any age of the history. China will not be a threat to India in future too as its consolidation of Tibet is very doubtful. Tibet is not and will never be part of China.

    Another proxy of China, that is Pakistan is in Pathetic state. They will sink down along the Chinese ship.

    China can not do anything is Asia without Cooperation from India (merely due to its size, economy, location and position. The earlier the Chinese recognise this the better).
     
  10. nimo_cn

    nimo_cn Senior Member Senior Member

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    Simple, the easiest way to win an election in a democratic china would be promising the voters with nothing but South Tibet
     
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    Bhadra Defence Professionals Defence Professionals Senior Member

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    And the Chinese people are such EDIT that they will outrighly vote for that party. That is an insult to the people of China !
     
  12. Tianshan

    Tianshan Regular Member

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    keep trying, look where it got you last time. and now even the dalai lama says that tibet is a part of china. :p

    the only one here who is insulting us, is you.
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    The GOI's stand is that Tibet is an AUTONOMOUS Region of China.

    However, the issue is on the key word - autonomous!
     
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    nimo_cn Senior Member Senior Member

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    If Indian people are such EDIT which vote for one imcompetent GOI after another, why can't Chinese vote for a party which promises to get back what was stolen by the Indian EDIT ?
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    Please maintain civility.

    Do not use epithets which are irrelevant to the content and direction desired of the post.
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    English language is a real odd one.

    Rat may not mean a rodent alone.

    It could mean many things in an idiomatic manner.

    Check this

    Definition of RAT (Meaning of RAT), a 3 Letter Word

    It could mean a 'rotter' too.

    Whatever, it is better to use straight English and maybe idiomatic English can cause problems as all are not conversant with English in all its form.

    Imagine this! My name is Ray and I am a human being.

    But the English language feels I am
    1.
    a. A thin line or narrow beam of light or other radiant energy.
    b. A graphic or other representation of such a line.
    2. Radiance; light.

    Maybe as a Mentor I am living upto what I am supposed to be - A thin line or narrow beam of light or other radiant energy! Throwing light to show the way in the darkness. :p
     
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    Since 1949 CCP has been in power how many more years you guys have to wait for democratic election? You can dream about so called South Tibet. First thing you have to control the social unrest which will spread sooner or later once the middle class gains the momentum and starts asserting its rights for corruption free society. Your country is not immune from the same disease that has inflicted rest of the underdeveloped countries.
     
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    This has nothing to do with you, isn't it?

    Well, if india can survive after so many social unrest and religious conflicts even with insurgents within its border, I don't see it would be a problem for China.
     

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