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In response to the threat by the Chinese Ambassador to France, Lionnel Luca, a French deputy has called for protest in front of the Chinese Embassy next Tuesday. The Chinese...
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wds1  

Location: NYC
Subject: Stop Chinese interference in France
Jul 12 2008 11:46 PM

Once again the communist govt of China interferes in the internal affairs of another country, this time in France as it makes threats against the French & tries to dictate to them who their President Sarkozy can or can't meet on French soil.

Shame on the Chinese Govt for interfering in the internal affairs of France. How horrible that China is trying to order France around like it were a tributary state of the Chinese Empire. The Chinese Ambassador to France should be immediately deported for his threats against the sovereign nation of France.
Tseta  

Location: Toronto
Subject: The biting habbit of CCCP !
Jul 12 2008 08:49 PM

They are growing monsters, even though their teeth are not rooted stronlgly on their gums, they started biting harder objects and tries to show their fangs. How will they re-act if they truly becomes super power?
sophi  

Location: NY
Subject: Mr. Sarkozy to meet His Holiness
Jul 11 2008 06:43 PM

It’s completely unacceptable and disgusting to know about the recent attack and warn to Mr Sarkozy by the Chinese Ambassador to France over meeting with Dalai Lama during his visit in August,08. He even says that there will be dire consequences if Mr. Sarkozy meets His Holiness. How stupid he is? This is symbolically showing that China is trying to dominate and control the world by their booming economy development. Chinese are smashing their own "ASS" doing such stupid things. No one ever listen to your threat and pressure. Whatever, this act of threatening and warning to French president is deliberately interfering in France's internal affairs and big blow of insult to the government and people of France. So, I can say that such move will be taken seriously and Mr. president should take firm stance rejecting their pressure and over see to meet His Holiness the Dalai Lama in August. I am sure this meeting will prove your country's stand fighting for Human Rights and freedom. REJECT CHINESE PRESSURE……GO FOR MEETING WITH HIS HOLINESS THE DALAI LAMA.
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