Vile characters

Vile characters

Those who pushed for the renaming of a street the Liu Xiaobao Plaza in Washington D.C. are “vile characters”, according to the damn Chinese Communist regime.

Possible deployment of THAAD in South Korea will “damage China’s strategic and security interests”, also according to the damn Chinese Communist regime.

Actually, those who accuse others as “vile characters” are the vile characters, and those who say that THAAD will “damage China’s strategic and security interests” are the vile characters or vile and foul mouthed characters such as that “Chinese foreign ministry” spokesperson.

The vile characters are those 800 organized demonstrators who walked the streets of Hong Kong in support of police brutality following the February 8, 2016, “riot” in Mong Kok by “radical separatists” who want to preserve and protect Hong Kong’s eroding autonomy.

The vile characters are those who label the “Hong Kong indigenous” group as “radical separatists” who want to preserve and protect Hong Kong’s eroding autonomy.

Who are the vile characters?  And why would THAAD “damage China’s strategic and security interests”?

And what are the damn strategic and security interests of the vile Chinese Communist regime?

The Chinese Communist regime’s mouthpieces that spew forth such ludicrous “complaints” are the true “vile characters” who are just like complaining kindergarten kids.

The ignorant belief that the Chinese Communist regime can contribute anything positive to the global economy and to global peace has certainly been shattered by such farcical, ridiculous and indeed vile Chinese rhetoric.

Just look at the trade stats of South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, and Australia!

And the world still kowtows to the damn Chinese Communist regime?

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Victor Chen, herbalist, alternative healthcare lecturer, Chinese affairs analyst, retired journalist
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