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Subject: Canada need to keep it's backhone
Sep 08 2006 07:39 PM

China is going to act like the spoilt child who has to be treated like an egg by the international community. China needs Canada as much as Canada needs China. To compromise your morality for money is not a good way to go about. Slowly and slowy the Chinese will demand more compromise and if you keep on giving in to them, the world is going to be a nast place to live in. So, Canada, keep your backbone and since you are not starving, act like rich nation who need not be cowered by a mere China. China has more starving people than you do. If they are willing to sacrifice trade with you, they are the ones who will starve not you.
By the way, on another completely unrelated note: Did you guys see the Chinese language section of the University of Michigan? Look at the TIbet section. That Univeristy recognizes Chinese soverignity over Tibet and even argues exhaustively about it. If you go to UMich can you do something about it? Or boycott that bloody school.
Excuse the typos and misplaced punctuations. The way Chinese are taking over our lives even outside TIbet is unnerving.
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