Prasad J wrote:
Like I said, the Chinese government probably has
it's reasons for
doing what it does. And even if you do bring down this firewall-do you
really think the government will just admit defeat? As for 1989, could
the U.S or any other nation do anything during the Tien-a-mien
massacre? No. Because each country has the right to manage it's own
affairs-even if that may see unfair to us.
Countries don't go out of
their way to help each other without there being something for them to
gain The U.S is not trying to bring democracy to China in the interest
of goodwill, the former has major geo-political interests in two
emerging powers (China and India) the Americans are just trying to
achieve their longterm goals by bringing about a change in the Chinese
government so that when the U.S tries to better it's ties with that
nation, it will not be accused of supporting the oppressive Peoples'
Government. If indeed America wanted to rescue the oppressed why did
it turn a blind eye to Tibet and (more importantly) the Rwandan
Tibet is a part of China because it was given to them by the British
after WWI to keep it out of the hands of the Russians. The British have
profitted greatly by giving away what nevr belonged to them. It's a
trick they learned from Napoleon.
Rwanda has no strategic importance.