Chinese Advisors Train Taliban!

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  1. Kunal Biswas

    Kunal Biswas Member of the Year 2011 Moderator

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    Weapons Migrate From China to Afghanistan


    More Here: http://www.aviationweek.com/aw/generic/story.jsp?id=news/awst/2010/12/13/AW_12_13_2010_p25-275120.xml&headline=WeaponsMigrateFromChinatoAfghanistan&channel=awst



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  3. ejazr

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    Chinese origin small arms are also being sent to Maoists and NE rebels. International pressure has to be brought on China to put better controls around how small arms and other weapons get transferred to rebel groups.
     
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    AK47 can be found anywhere except the moon.guy...
     
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    Good USA will get taste of their own medecine for what they did in 1980 with Russia payback time uncle SAM
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    But then does not China say that it never interferes in the internal affairs of any country?

    I await the piety, homilies and bogus hot air that they will spout to explain their being terrorists promoters.
     
  7. Kunal Biswas

    Kunal Biswas Member of the Year 2011 Moderator

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    type-56..

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    China has an interest in dealing with the Taliban. There could be many reasons for it.

    1) Supply Taliban and make sure they are your friends and the Talibs friends AQ. That means you will not hurt us by supporting Xinjian Muslims in their struggle against Han China.
    2) Once the US moves out, its likely Taliban comes back to power. China would love to have its friends there. Keeps India out.
    3) Most importantly, After the US leaves and if Pakistan as a state was to fall, a Taliban controlled Pakhtun area means it can keep India off the area.

    But then, Taliban has turned its back on the US who was instrumental in creating it. So no guarantee that it would not happen with the Chinese. Once a treacherous is always a treacherous person.
     
  9. maomao

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    ‘Terrorism should not be linked to any nation’ : China (Wen Jiabao)

    ISLAMABAD: Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao on Sunday announced that China will fulfill all its promises made to Pakistan.

    Addressing the Parliament on the last day of his three-day visit to Pakistan, PM Jiabao strongly voiced China’s stance against terrorism and said it must not be linked to any particular country or religion.

    “There should be no dual standards in this regard,” he said and called for making efforts for addressing the real reasons that lead to terrorism.

    “China’s stance is clear and consistent. China, while standing along with Pakistan and the international community, was making sincere efforts to promote cooperation in this regard,” he said.

    He said that “China and Pakistan ties will get deeper, closer and stronger.”

    Jiabao, who is the first Chinese and sixth world dignitary to address the joint sitting, began his speech by greeting the parliamentarians “Asalam-o-Alaikum”. He paid a glowing tribute to the Pakistani people and said that the people of this nation were hard workers and Pakistan was a very important country in the Muslim world.

    Premier Wen said Pakistan was passing through a difficult phase as it was facing many challenges and problems, however, he said that he was confident that the government and people of Pakistan were determined to tackle these and would move ahead.

    “The government and people of Pakistan are united and moving forward to safeguard solidarity, prosperity and sovereignty of the country,” he added.

    During his speech the premier also extended scholarship offers for 500 Pakistani students.

    Opposition leader Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan thanked the Chinese Prime Minister and said that Pakistan was united in its views on China and that all political parties agreed on Pakistan-China friendship.

    Jiabao left for China on Sunday after completing his three-day visit. The Chinese Premier and his delegation were seen off at the airport by Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani, members of the federal cabinet and other civil and military officials.

    http://www.dawn.com/2010/12/19/terrorism-should-not-be-linked-to-any-nation-chinese-pm.html
     
  10. Kunal Biswas

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    It's pretty funny, China is the only government in the world that believes Dalai lama is responsible for terrorism, while Pakistan is not :emot0:
     
  12. venkat

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    Karzai may loose hold sooner or later!!! So china is acting pally with the taliban to win over them and take control of all the natural resources!!!
     
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    A food for thought and question for Mr. JinBao

    What about when the nation itself accepts that it has used terrorism as tool as its state policy? Then should it be not related to that nation and let it go....
     
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    While the whole investment friendly countries are shying away from Pakistan, what makes the Chinese invest so much in Pakistan?

    Pakistan is the last leverage China has against India. Even China knows that exporting terrorism is the numero uno foreign policy of Pakistan w.r.t India. And while globally, there are talks about a resurgent India overtaking Chinese economy sometime in the near future, this has rattled the topmost echelons of CCP. For a country(China) which is closed to the entire world and where people has no choice in conceiving more than one offspring, it will but generate chaos if Chinese economy has to see doomsday as seen by the West now. So, it is always in Chinese interests that Pakistan sponsored terrorists and internal insurgencies continue to bleed India, so that GoI diverts its attention from our economy to the evils that China sponsors via Pakistan, and hence maintains its economy way ahead of India. And hence the statement 'Terrorism should not be linked to any nation'.
     
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