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The US is telling countries what to do. Can it enforce it?

Postby Liang1a » Wed Feb 01, 2017 8:47 pm

Flynn has put Iran "on notice". Tillerson had said China cannot continue to build islands and its access to them will be blocked. The US is now acting like it is the overlord of the world. Has the Trump administration gone mad? It seems to be filling up with delusions of grandeur that had long passed away if it had ever been so grand. The US had been powerless to rescue its embassy personnel when they were imprisoned by the Iranian government under Khomeini. China had defeated the US in Korea some 66 years ago when China had few modern weapons. Today, both China and Iran are much more advanced, richer and militarily more powerful. Can the US "punish" China and Iran today when it could not have done when it was much more powerful than they were decades ago? I don't think so.

Since the US has no ability to carry out its threats, why is it making these threats to begin with? It can only be because Trump and his lackeys are a bunch of idiots who are drunk with the sense of power without actually understanding the difficulty if not impossibility of implementing these threats. If the US tried to attack Iran, then it will end up even worse than attacking Iraq. And as for blocking China, the ultimate result will be the disappearance of the US from the Western Pacific. The US got its nose bloodied in Korea but managed to hang on in Korea. Today, China has both the military power and the resolve to finish the war and kick the US out of the region entirely.

I don't know exactly how all these threats will turn out. Either it will turn out to be very funny or it will turn out to be very tragic. This is the problem of putting a gun in the hands of a carzy fool.
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Re: The US is telling countries what to do. Can it enforce

Postby James Liew » Thu Feb 02, 2017 4:30 am

Since the US has no ability to carry out its threats, why is it making these threats to begin with?


This is typical "Whites" style of getting things done, which Indian is mimicking...
Remember how Deng Xiaopeng and Margaret Thatcher were negotiating the return of HK ... well she did the same with threat.. especially after having won the Falklands War in 82..

This two( Indian and white ) apparently shared the common trait... They have got very 'BIG mouth'.. :lol:
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Re: The US is telling countries what to do. Can it enforce

Postby Liang1a » Thu Feb 02, 2017 8:51 pm

James Liew wrote:
Since the US has no ability to carry out its threats, why is it making these threats to begin with?


This is typical "Whites" style of getting things done, which Indian is mimicking...
Remember how Deng Xiaopeng and Margaret Thatcher were negotiating the return of HK ... well she did the same with threat.. especially after having won the Falklands War in 82..

This two( Indian and white ) apparently shared the common trait... They have got very 'BIG mouth'.. :lol:


As the Chinese saying goes, "病从口入,祸从口出" (diseases come in through the mouth, calamities come out through the mouth). Bigger mouth will lead to bigger calamities.
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Re: The US is telling countries what to do. Can it enforce

Postby yewtai » Thu Oct 05, 2017 9:50 am

China leaders will soon do the same to the locals people where they conduct business in those foreign countries.

You betcha I am darn right in the future.

China leaders are greedy, evil and corrupted.

There is this Chinese American scientist (he is the best software scientist in the US) who once helped China build the most powerful computer in the world. He told his story in the internet forum.

When he mistakenly said some bad things on China leaders, the PLA general who accompanied him become very angry and want to kill him on the spot. Lucky for him he is valuable for China and they let him go.

The China leaders are all big bully. They only want foreigner brains to help China develop. This is what happen in a China that do not have freedom. China leaders are not sincere, dishonest, evil and corrupted. Because they have big political power, they can get away with dishonesty, crimes and corruption.

This is the way China works. No human conscience and bullying powerless people all the time.
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Re: The US is telling countries what to do. Can it enforce

Postby billz » Thu Oct 05, 2017 12:26 pm

@yewtai, whats the name of that scientist? im interested in researching about him. thanks.
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Re: The US is telling countries what to do. Can it enforce

Postby yewtai » Thu Oct 05, 2017 7:42 pm

Author: Chow Lee
Date: 03-15-13 20:15

Yes, Robacus! Robacus lives! The man (inventor) is a legend on the west coast. Many in the Bay Area admire him. I am among them.

Chow Lee

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
His name is Dr.Joe Ching. He was once regular in this old forum a few years ago, but was banned for being very very PRO JAPANESE. He is still very pro Japanese. He is also very Pro North Koreans, and visited North Korea a few times. CIA never question him why he visited North Korea very often but FBI arrested his student Dr. Ching Quey for giving nuclear lectures in China, and only accepting about USD15,000 fees from China government.

Dr.Joe Ching is a nuclear scientist and specialise in nuclear system design software. His software is used in many Cray supercomputers in early 1980s. Rumors claimed that he got special clearance from CIA. He has also given the most important nuclear software design (NUCLIB) to Prof Zhou Xing Ming from the China Defence University.

(( prof zhou has retired from the military tech school in changsha, and now consults companies in shanghai and the government, as well as a spiritual guide for the mil tech school. - - - Dr.Joe Ching ))


ROBACUS aka ROBOCOM BY DR.JOE CHING
robacus support almost all the software in nuclear energy production, even including abombs and space nuke reactors. it started with using cos(cray/cdc o.s.) then the ibm rsic workstation(whose o.s. we had to help modifying periodically to help ibm pick out all the bugs, so they have to give us new versions for free).

since late 90's, robacus starts to run on unix and then linux, since they borrow all the major software from cdc/cray.

then in 2007, the linux developer ruin their o.s.. it also almost killed the best linux distro, mandevar/mandrake, which revived itself to become mageia. but mageia 5 has a fatal bug in its gcc/xterm/kde. but we debug it with an archived version of gcc, and Konsole, and WMice, respectively.
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Re: The US is telling countries what to do. Can it enforce

Postby yewtai » Fri Oct 06, 2017 7:03 am

RIDING THE TSUNAMIS FROM TAIWAN, CHINA TO NORTHEASTERN ASIA - BY DR.JOE CHING

(( on where in the China Defence University the PLA general want to shoot him on the spot for bad mouthing China leaders))

I brought the Shanghai Nuclear Engineering Research & Design Institute up to date on large-scale computing techniques. Then I unknowingly initiated the Shanghai Long-Distance Telecommunication Office into the mobile phone business by getting them to distribute, to a dozen or so major industries in Shanghai, their 15-pound mobile phones that were gifts from the French and Germans.

The trick was to turn the tyrannical communistic telephone company into a dutiful servant of the people. I just had to tell them that in their new market economy "the customer is the king!" and not some leeching commie bandits anymore. But the mobile phone business did turn out to be the way to go, as the major reason the phone company could not catch up with the explosive demand was that the bandits, otherwise known as poor people, were digging up the copper wires faster than they could lay them down. Finally, I got a Sprint representative to put in a direct Internet line for them from Hong Kong to Shanghai.

Of course, I also did my usual pitch on nuclear demilitarization. I proposed in speeches both at the Shanghai nuclear group and the Changsha Institute of Technology that China should abandon its nuclear weapons program. I reasoned that China needed to do this if it wanted to establish the kind of nuclear power industry that would have the full technical support of the world's developed nations. My proposition won polite applause, but deep down the natives must have been saying: "Dream on, Joe!” Well, maybe that's a job for the next tsunami ride.

By the way, the Changsha Institute of Technology was China's equivalent to America's Livermore Laboratory, into which only people with top-secret clearance could enter. Foreigners, especially the archenemy Americans, were definitely off limits. I guess my American top-secret clearance did not apply this far.

Still, anywhere I go in the world, I have this grand delusion that I was more top-secret than the most secret among the locals. This is because, in my life there are no secrets, and I consider others' secrets to be just another way of lying. So, when our hosts, the two top Chinese military agents, point-blankly rejected my suggestion to visit the one Institute I considered the most strategically critical in China, I had to really let them have it.

I told them: "Look, I am also deep into weapon research and development in America. You guys can fool the people about the importance of military buildup, but you can't tell me that.

The main reason for any government to build bigger and better weapons is to show off their military power to their own people. On the surface, it's to fight other countries, but deep down it's to reaffirm the absolute authority of the government over the people. All your weapons are really for the control of your own people."

In the aftermath of the Tiananman crackdown and in light of the frustration of its suppressed desire to bring Taiwan home by force, I was essentially spraying salt over their fresh wounds.

The PLA general were seem to be saying: "If you were a Chinese citizen, you'd be taken out and shot right this minute." (because Joe mistakenly bad mouth the China leaders unintentionally. Actually Dr.Joe Ching is too valuable to China telecommunication industry in early 1990s and that is why he was let go)
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