The World According to Xi and Hitler-mania

After China has engaged in rancorous disputes with several neighbours in Asia – Vietnam and the Philippines – over their egregious claims to most of the “South China Sea” and after the US has participated in joint military exercises with countries like the Philippines, and the decision by the Japanese cabinet to reinterpret the constitution, giving the Japanese military freedom to fight overseas, Chinese President Xi now thinks that “China-US confrontation, to the two countries and the world, would definitely be a disaster” and the US should “should mutually respect and treat each other equally, and respect the other’s sovereignty and territorial integrity”, i.e., give us what we want or else. (cite)

Adding to the flames of hate against Japan that is so in style with Chinese politicians, A Chinese newspaper’s graphic showing a mushroom cloud engulfing the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki accompaning an article that claimed “Japan wants a war again” (cite)

Not to be outdone by flaming, flying Chinese dragon rhetoric, a Malaysian member of parliament tweeted about the soccer game between Germany and Brazil, declaring WELL DONE..BRAVO…LONG LIVE HITLER…

Hitler’s example lives on . . .

  • Koreandumbdumb

    This is very significant and correct assessment of Xi. http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB20001424052702304418604580016290856136342
    He is pro-North Korea, no matter what SK newspapers say. Xi wants NK, not SK, to unite Koreas. After Koreas unite, he wants a pro-China dictator just like KJU to govern Korean people. In a word, he is a s***head who wants Koreans to suffer. A Chink s***ass.

  • Koreandumbdumb

    Xi should make 짜장면. 중국집 배달원. That is what is good for. A piece of s*** who steals from his own people. A Chink piece of s***. He and KJU. Both s***heads.

  • redwhitedude

    Hmmm. Somebody needs to muster the courage to tell the chinese that they are conducting themselves like Hitler in the late 30s with all those claims.

  • Koreandumbdumb

    Now Jolla Commies and some Chabuls say SK should be more pro-China. Go live in NK, you s***heads. That is the future for SK. Starving beggars. Go ahead. Experience it before it happens. Yeah, unification will come, whether SK likes or not. And, everyone will be under a dictator who will kill his own people like Kim IlSung did ( he got tanks from USSR), Are you listening Jollas? Khmer Rouge in Korea?

  • redwhitedude

    I think Chinese will do a good job of that once Koreans deal with mainland chinese and become familiar with them. Just look at how pissed off Hong Kongers have become at mainland chinese with their bad manners. This actually adds to their political grievance at what the mainland government is trying to do. You see mainland Chinese don’t really have soft power and they are wondering why they don’t. It’s like us watching a dog chase its tail and running in circles.

    Just look at Youtube videos about mainland chinese manners. That ought to give you a good sample.

  • piratariaazul

    What’s the point of hurling racial epithets? Uncalled for and totally unnecessary….

  • piratariaazul

    I think PRC would love to have an unified Korea that it can keep under its thumb, as China currently runs HK. “Two countries, one system” in this case, if you will.

  • redwhitedude

    In order to run HK they would have to undermine that promise. People in HK are not going to put up with that.

  • yuna_at_marmotshole

    In South Korea it’s not the left or *commies* but the right wing as is shown by the Park administration that is pro-China. A lot of Koreans who are anti-right wing cannot stand the sucking up this president is doing with respect to Xi and big petulant botch-up she is making of the diplomatic relations in the region.
    Remember, the souring of the relations between Japan and Korea started with LMB visiting 독도 just before he quit.

  • redwhitedude

    That’s what she gets for taking such a stance towards Japan. She begins to drift toward China so that she can be used by China. At this rate Korea will find itself isolated and at China’s whim.

  • yuna_at_marmotshole

    You get what you vote for.
    Idiots.

  • redwhitedude

    Tell me about it. Her administration is a mess it’s a revolving door. Perhaps she was thinking of getting by from certain people who remember her father with nostalgia. She’s going to find out if Korea drifts too much towards China that Korea is going to be isolated since China doesn’t have much in the way of friends. Too bad Koreans and she is too obsessed about being so anti Japanese that they don’t get the whole picture.

  • yuna_at_marmotshole

    She’s not going to *find out*.
    She never *found out* about her father’s doings either.
    That’s selective amnesia for you. It exonerates you and nobody else but yourself only.

  • redwhitedude

    She chooses to sweep it under the rug.
    Her father’s background is a curse to her.
    She has to “prove” that she stands for Korea and is a “patriot”.

  • yuna_at_marmotshole

    That’s what I mean. *Not find out*. She’s not going to *find out* she did anything wrong. As you know very few politicians, especially the right wing dictator legacy ones in S.Korea seem to *find out* they did wrong.
    Oh, yeah, there was one exception in the left. He found out his wife did wrong. He jumped off a cliff.

  • redwhitedude

    Okay, time to stir up some trouble and call for another coup. Overthrow the older generation.

  • yuna_at_marmotshole

    No, hopefully they’ll just conk out early and forever from general ajossi mayhem and gluttony.

  • redwhitedude

    Time to push them aside with their prehistoric thinking.

  • fewa50fwea0wae

    die painfully thx.

  • fewa50fwea0wae

    off yourself thx.

  • RElgin

    Yes, this is the main problem with the older generation and the current president’s party and, clearly, things will get much worse if these old heads are not retired sooner than later; this is more a matter of competence than of politics, IMHO.

  • RElgin

    That is an interesting comparison. I don’t think that President Park is a Neville Chamberlain though, however, the businessmen behind this administration are not wise either. They can count money but not souls, thus are more likely to appease than engage.

  • Koreandumbdumb

    Appease? These morons are going to jump off the cliff to join Chink Empire. And, all be killed as a result. You just wait and see how stupid they are.

  • Koreandumbdumb

    I am a Korean by birth. Even though I am an American, I see a race of people, the Chinese, waiting to eat up Koreans, beating, raping, imprisonment and killing. My people suffered under the Japanese rule and they are again heading toward the same fate again, this time under the Chinese. I don’t know if your people are heading toward the similar situation, but I deserve to call the Chinks what they are. Xi elected by Communist party and stealing from his people who only makes 1/10 of Koreans make. He is a s***head. KJU too.

  • Koreandumbdumb

    And, who keeps NKs poor and starving? KJU? No. The Chinks. They want to NKs below them. And, the United Koreas will be under them again, suffering the exact same fate as NKs.

  • piratariaazul

    Well, there are promises & there are promises.

    And how much does PRC really care about what HK people think? Once HK has been hollowed out and replaced by Shanghai, there will be no need for further show of moderation.

    As you know, the strong do what they can, the weak suffer what they must.

  • redwhitedude

    Shanghai isn’t going to replace HK. Not by a longshot given the way the country is run by the CCP. Their arbitrary enforcement of laws, lots of red tape and so forth. Just have to think that these CCP guys still have residue of communist thinking and they say that they profess it with chinese characteristics. What is one of the pillars of communism? Massive government “role”.

    What they do to HK is going to hurt their credibility some more as if that is going to make much of a difference. They just do whatever they want and rail against others for seemingly holding them up to follow rules and regulations.

  • wangkon936

    I’ve been to Shanghai. I would say that it’s at least 500 years behind Hong Kong. At least.

  • redwhitedude

    I bet this has a lot to do with it.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h7GoRjVqqWU

    Or this

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VHuuW3lS7HY

    And the CCP is wondering why they can’t get any soft power, pfffttt!

  • redwhitedude

    The closest to President Park is going to be to Neville Chamberlain is her naiveness that she thinks that something will definitely get done on the NK front by sucking up to China.

  • redwhitedude

    Siding with China will mean being isolated. I don’t see any country around China as having very friendly relations with them. Not even the Russians and Mongols have that.

  • redwhitedude

    Them with their prehistoric thinking.

  • piratariaazul

    >>Shanghai isn’t going to replace HK . . . .

    I agree 100%. Can’t grow a securities market without rule of law, fair venue for dispute resolution (or, at least a perception of fairness), etc. — all of which PRC lacks.

    But of course CCP probably feels otherwise. From their perspective, the world came to China on the manufacturing side; so CCP probably feels that capital too will come to China, as long as the PRC continues to grow at 8%+ rate, and local project finance / investment deals continue to grow at commensurate rates.

    Come on, it will be fun to watch a securities market grow where insiders compete naked on insider information (“My inside source is better than your inside source”).

    A little bit like the SNL “all drug Olympics” skid:
    http://www.dirtybutton.com/videos/213-all-drug-olympics/

  • piratariaazul

    Again, I agree.

    But CCP will still do enough to destroy HK, even if Shanghai is not ready to replace HK (or will “never” do so).

  • piratariaazul

    Well, let’s be fair. It’s always unpleasant to deal with “nouveau riche” tourists from “nouveau riche” countries.

    It takes about 20 years for the “developed country” politeness to sink in — Korean tourists were there before.

    And I am sure many Europeans feel that American tourists are still not there . . . .
    :-)

  • redwhitedude

    Even if they had something like the SEC in the US it is bound to get hijacked. The CCP is above everything. There is no check to them. They get to do whatever they want. The insider information bit is probably CCP and these businesses without proper oversight.

  • redwhitedude

    Just saying why Shanghai is so far behind. These manners contribute for now. But the stuff that will stick and hold Shanghai back even more in the long run is the CCP and how they run things if they do not change their ways.

  • redwhitedude

    In other words the only way Shanghai can “surpass” HK is by sinking HK to their level. Won’t be long until the CCP wonders why Shanghai can’t match HK. It’s the same wondering about why they cannot make dramas as good as Korean ones. It’s obvious to outsiders but not to them.

  • RElgin

    Regarding the financial scene in the PRC and the often direct intervention by the CCP, there is this bit of news:

    The television anchor, Rui Chenggang, a popular host of a financial news program on China Central Television, or CCTV, was taken away by officials on Friday, along with Li Yong, the vice director of financial news for the network, according to People’s Daily, the official organ of the Communist Party. People’s Daily posted the news on Saturday evening on Twitter and on its Chinese microblog.The
    detention of Mr. Rui appears to have taken place abruptly on Friday. That evening, his program, “Economic News,” was broadcast with an empty anchor’s chair and microphone, which immediately alerted Chinese political observers to the fact that something was amiss.

    Corruption indeed but by whom?

  • Koreandumbdumb

    The same thing goes on in Russia. If you say wrong thing, you are dead or in prison for life. NK, China and Russia. Uncivilized and uneducated. Evil people rule and they do not stop to think twice about killing opposition. The first thing they take away is free speech. Jolla Commies want so bad to join them. They will be the first to be killed. SKs do not know how precious freedom is. When it is taken away, then they will realize Dokto is nothing. Sex slavery is nothing. Yasukuni is nothing. Poor, starving and imprisoned SK will be if it joins the Dirty Chink Empire(DCE).

  • redwhitedude

    Here’s an interesting article. Xi’s anticorruption drive is making a mess of things not cleaning things up in China.

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-07-13/china-its-politics-not-just-finance

  • http://jushinjok.blogspot.com JinJoo

    “In South Korea it’s not the left or *commies* but the right wing as is shown by the Park administration that is pro-China. A lot of Koreans who are anti-right wing cannot stand the sucking up this president is doing with respect to Xi…”

    => So where do you and these anti-right wing (the leftists) get their
    information to form their opinions? Haven’t you noticed that it is the leftists
    that always try to hinder/ criticize /witch hunt whatever policies PGH
    comes up with, or whoever PGH tries to nominate? This time, however, they haven’t said anything negative about PGH meeting with Xi.

    There have been many columns written by Chosun, DongA and New Daily that have showed their concerns. They were careful not to be too negative, but nevertheless were worried about what China’s influence might do to Korea. I was actually surprised as, apart from New Daily, the rest of the right wing press have always been writing pro-China articles.

  • http://jushinjok.blogspot.com JinJoo

    “Remember, the souring of the relations between Japan and Korea started with LMB visiting 독도 just before he quit….”

    LMB (many right-wingers believe he was a fraktsiya disguised as a conservative right-winger) did it deliberately as, at the time, China
    was claiming Ieodo as their own, and he had to distract the attention of the public from Ieodo issue.

  • yuna_at_marmotshole

    So why do the *many right wingers* believe PGH does the things she does then? (w.r.t. Japan & China)?

    Is she actually an android clone operated by the commies?

  • yuna_at_marmotshole

    The simple answer is that in South Korea, the true colour of its politics is not aligned to some sort of lofty ideology, but the legacy of dictatorship, and puppet government and on whipping up public sentiments and reactionary camp.

    Therefore, it is a natural phenomenon that the Korean right, which evolved from the dictatorship government which used to be tacitly supported by the Americans during the heyday of the Cold War, now, in the new era of America vs China, finds equilibrium by aligning itself with China. which is very much a dictatorship, puppet government which whips up public sentiment and reactionary camp,

  • http://jushinjok.blogspot.com JinJoo

    I don’t blindly support PGH. For not supporting MCG to the end and also
    what she is doing with respect to Xi, I am not happy. However I won’t come to label her as pro-Chinese as yet, knowing that she learned politics assisting her father who clearly understood Korean History and knew what the Chinese are capable of.

    When Koreans talk about PCH, people only talk about the economic growth as his greatest achievement. After the coup, the first thing PCH found and was shocked about was that Chinese owned the vast majority of South Korean land. Knowing the economic power the Chinese had in South East Asia, he promptly forced them sell the land –
    most of it below market price – and to this day, these Chinese curse PCH and vow to take revenge. He initiated laws preventing foreigners (at the time Chinese were the only foreigners) owning lands. PCH not only provided food to the majority of Koreans, but also protected Korea
    from being eaten by China.

    It was the KYS administration that abolished the law and re-commenced selling land to the Chinese and his government started instigating anti-Japanese sentiment that hardly existed prior to 1990s.

    PGH is surround by pro-Chinese leftists and rightists (fratsiyas); and I am sure she knows it. I (want to) believe and I deeply hope that what she is doing is strategic deception – meaning she has honey in her mouth, but gall in her heart.

  • http://jushinjok.blogspot.com JinJoo

    Was PCH’s dictatorship 100% bad?

    During Yushin era PCH was a madman. He ruled
    the country using brutal suppression, but the majority of Koreans benefited from his rule; they were able to feed and educate their families. Sure he was a dictator, but he wouldn’t have achieved the Han River Miracle if he didn’t rule for 18 years.

    In times of trouble such as Korea experienced at the end of Korean War, though a country might not be blessed with a perfect leader (a saint with an ability to lead the country) then one should have a leader, possibly even a benevolent dictator, who knows what is needed most at the time and can provide the leadership to make the changes required.

  • http://jushinjok.blogspot.com JinJoo

    Unless PGH declares the 2nd Yushin, Korea has no hope.

  • Truthseed

    I don’t think she’s the one who could do it. She’s a woman, for one thing. Another is that doing that would require someone with real leadership skills, and vision. And few men, if any, fit the bill.

  • http://jushinjok.blogspot.com JinJoo

    I mentioned before ‘does she have guts to do it?”

    PGH, of course, can’t do it alone. She needs to work with people who have ability and whom she can trust. She must have been nominating the right people so far as each time she nominates someone (Moon Chang-guk was the latest one), all the leftists foam at the mouth.

    I believe this strong reaction (from the leftists) is the result of fear of retribution for their activities against the interests of Korea. ‘외환죄’ is a law covering the criminal offences performed by a traitor who conspires with other countries to harm or threaten the existence and stability of his or her own country. In Korea, this offence is the only one that is punishable by death, or at the least, life in prison.

    http://terms.naver.com/entry.nhn?docId=1129810&cid=40942&categoryId=31716

  • yuna_at_marmotshole

    However I won’t come to label her as pro-Chinese as yet, knowing that she learned politics assisting her father who clearly understood Korean History and knew what the Chinese are capable of.

    Unfortunately, I think both you and I know that it’s not true.
    She is not being played by any *left wing* nor is she a left wing bot in disguise or whatever.

    Her whole demeanor where she acts like the sun comes out the arse of Xi and his poo smells of daisies shows that she is probably the most pro-Chinese president we have had up to now, and that she is not acting. In my opinion, fools in high power seats are much more dangerous than evil people, and *fools with a sense of entitlement and righteousness* make the worst fools. It’s deeply unfortunate that we have her as our president at this crucial moment in East Asian history. I just hope it blows over quickly.

  • RElgin

    I wish you had a rock band.

  • http://jushinjok.blogspot.com JinJoo

    That’s rather colourful language you’re using!

    “Unfortunately, I think both you and I know that it’s not true.”

    => If the day comes when I realise she actually is pro-Chinese, I will bash her the way 일베 right-wingers do.

    She is not being played by any *left wing* nor is she a left wing bot in disguise or whatever…”

    => What are you talking about? Where have I indicated she is being played by left wing or she a left wing bot?

    Most pro-Chinese president?

    That PGH had business talks with Xi doesn’t mean she is pro-Chinese, any more than it means the Germany, England, Australia, France and
    more are pro-China, because they all acquiesced to China’s demand that none of these countries officially welcome the Dalai Lama to their countries. All these countries, as well as PCH, are simply demonstrating their understanding of political realities in order to facilitate doing business with China, and thus grow their economies.

    ‘DON’T ANGER CHINA PLEASE’
    http://claudearpi.blogspot.com.au/2013/06/dont-anger-china-please.html

    I read the summary of and at least PGH strongly opposed the joint
    resistance to Japan
    commemoration (also strongly suggested by China)
    and Japan,
    apparently, is thankful for this. China
    also wanted Korea
    join their AIIB (Asia Infra Investment Bank) and PGH flatly refused it. This must be very difficult to do. Maybe you
    and I would not make very good politicians!
    Me, because if I were the president I’d cut off all ties with China
    (yes, including business).

    When I talk about leftist pro-Chinese politicians, I’m
    referring to collaborators who are actually
    working against the interests of Korea.

  • http://jushinjok.blogspot.com JinJoo

    It could be wise to consider that Korea’s so-called Multicultural Policy might have little to do with a low birth rate or matchmaking Korean men
    with South East Asian women. Perhaps we should weigh up whether or not this is a policy that the politicians have been working on since the KDJ
    administration to move part of the Chinese population from China to South Korea. (It should be noted that KYS, the first democratic administration, created this environment where, bit by bit, South Koreans accept the increase in Chinese immigration – somewhat like putting a frog in warm water, then slowly heating it up until the frog is cooked.)

    If large numbers of Chinese immigrants obtain permanent resident status and the right to vote, it will less difficult to make South Korea part of China. As Deng Xiaoping in the past and high-ranking Chinese officials today have said words to the effect,“to invade another country it is not necessary to use gunpowder. All that is required is to move part of the population to the country China wants to invade.”

    I said few times here at the Marmot’s Hole that PGH doesn’t have many people she can trust. She is surrounded by strongly pro-Chinese
    politicians.

    All the Pro-Chinese policies were made from KYS/ KDJ/ NMH & LMB administrations; they made sure that Chinese influence penetrated
    every aspect of Korean society. That’s 24 years. You can’t get rid of what the previous pro-Chinese governments have done for 24 years overnight.

    I would rather we give her a chance, and see what PGH can do for Korea.

  • http://jushinjok.blogspot.com JinJoo

    Edited….

    “….KYS, the first democratic administration…”
    => the first civilian government

    “…..24 years…”
    => 20 years

  • wangkon936

    Some foreign policy perspective on all this. Brought to you by the Canadians:

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/china-south-korea-relations-xi-jinping-visits-seoul-the-bigger-picture/5393765