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A Fancyful Suggestion

I think everyone know about Trump’s temper tantrum against Australia Prime Minister by now. Giving China’s interest in “One Belt, One Road” and the interest in attracting talents from the rest of the world in considering giving green cards to foreigners to work in China, I think there is a relative inexpensive and powerful argument to offer Australia in accepting the 1,250 refugees that Trump most likely will reject.
China already offer scholarships to third world countries to study in China. Absorbing 1,250 people, mostly women and children and college educated men will be easy. China needs people grateful for the chance to start anew, with language skills (Persian and Arabic) for the Silk Road Project. I do not discount the propaganda value which cannot be measured.
Of course this will enrage Trump or maybe he’ll like it as that takes a problem off his hand. As some of you know Trump’s advisor, Steve Bannon has already said war with China in 5-10 years will be inevitable. Additionally this will really shut up all those human right advocates and make them speechless.

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  1. Raphael
    February 3rd, 2017 at 22:40 | #1

    I think this is a terrible proposal. Australia is one of the largest beneficiaries of China’s largesse and yet it’s done nothing but slap China back in the face, time and again. Along with Japan, it’s one of Uncle Sam’s most dependable lackeys for shit-stirring behavior in the South China Sea imbroglio, and is in fact far more persistent at it than any of the actual East/Southeast Asian claimants.

    By dint of its colonial history, as a refuse heap for the criminal detritus of Anglo-Saxon society, Australia was brought into the world with a congenital sense of superiority and entitlement vis-a-vis it’s ‘yellow’/’brown’ neighbors, and a pathological inability to demonstrate gratitude or reciprocate goodwill in its dealings with them.

    There’s no need to offer these kinds of gratuitous concessions to a country that will never appreciate it. Until Australia can demonstrate to China the kind of kind of courteous and dutiful behavior that befits a backwater sitting on the periphery of Asia, China’s relations with it will have to be mercenary and transactional.

  2. February 3rd, 2017 at 22:50 | #2

    I like the idea. China can vet as usual … but warmly accept as well …

    But lost among all this story of Trump rage is the fact that Australia has one of the most draconian immigration policies in the world. Why – the human rights activists don’t seem to want to ask?

    Is it because Australia wants to keep Australia artificially white? After the West pillaged and pushed off and killed the indigenous people, it doesn’t want to take any chance that other groups of people around the region – or the world, as the case may be – might come to Australia and dilute Australia’s European ties?

  3. N.M.Cheung
    February 4th, 2017 at 05:23 | #3

    @Raphael
    I agree with your sentiment about Australia, but my proposal is not a favor to Australia, but to exploit a rift between U.S. and Australia, in addition to do the right thing with little cost, great public relation value, and long term value for silk road project.

  4. N.M.Cheung
    February 4th, 2017 at 05:27 | #4

    China invest in Confucian Institutes to expand Chinese values to the rest of the world, not just to benefit someone learning Chinese.

  5. alanking
    February 5th, 2017 at 22:15 | #5

    @N.M.Cheung
    Yes, i was hoping that with Trump being Potus, there is much better chance of other sycophantic european centric countries stop acting like vassals of USA. But you will never know.

  6. alanking
    February 8th, 2017 at 22:31 | #6

    By now even this ex ambassador of singapore to the UN recognises 3 things. 1. US will slowly but surely be replaced by another top dog in asia. 2. The western msm is full of sh*t, and will only lead to its followers fooling themselves. 3. china is much better for china n the world when it remains under CCP rule. It was a great speech.

    https://youtu.be/dYzr5FKSYsg

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