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From the perspective of Islam, what the west did is actually a better deed than what the Chinese are currently doing with the uyghurs.


Only a muslim can say this. Non believer commie cannot.
 

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From the perspective of Islam, what the west did is actually a better deed than what the Chinese are currently doing with the uyghurs.


Only a muslim can say this. Non believer commie cannot.
Record yourself speaking Bahasa Indonesian and state your username. Only if you do this, will I believe you are actually Indonesian.

 

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Aussies are generation of criminals. Its in the blood. Their so called inquiry is hogwash.
Australia will not prosecute these soldier bcz every country Part of Alliance did much worse. Also they had blessing of higher ups so anyone expecting justice is living in fools paradise. US will support them on every forum to hide these war crimes.
 

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Record yourself speaking Bahasa Indonesian and state your username. Only if you do this, will I believe you are actually Indonesian.

He is a fake internet Indian. They usually show color after a few weeks of passionate denial. Check out his post history. He has a soft spot to India.

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From the perspective of Islam, what the west did is actually a better deed than what the Chinese are currently doing with the uyghurs.


Only a muslim can say this. Non believer commie cannot.
Yeah, such as killing 70 million native Indians in the continental America in a mere few years, which was one of the most populated areas in the world at the time.

A better deed. Only an Indian would know.

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China’s image of an Aussie soldier slitting a child’s throat was BRUTAL, but why shouldn’t Beijing highlight Western war crimes?
 

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He is a fake internet Indian. They usually show color after a few weeks of passionate denial. Check out his post history. He has a soft spot to India.

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Yeah, such as killing 70 million native Indians in the continental America in a mere few years, which was one of the most populated areas in the world at the time.

A better deed. Only an Indian would know.

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China’s image of an Aussie soldier slitting a child’s throat was BRUTAL, but why shouldn’t Beijing highlight Western war crimes?
The west only seeks to kill the body of a muslims, China wants to kill the faith of a muslim.

The former is better than the later.
 

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The west only seeks to kill the body of a muslims, China wants to kill the faith of a muslim.

The former is better than the later.
Yeah, Indian, as if geographic discoveries and colonialism did not have missionaries involved. Then, your long term master, the British geopolitician Harford Mackinder was simply telling a lie when he observed:

"The opening of the 20th century the end of a historic epoch – geographic discoveries... Traveler followed by: The missionary, the conqueror, the farmer, the miner, and, of late, the engineer.“ (The Geographic Pivot of History).

And, really, there is no difference between building national culture within sovereign borders of a country and going out, invading, killing and converting people in far away places?

Indian logic!

So, the former is better? This should be why life is so cheap in India. Killing body does not matter, after all.
 

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Next Australian navy ship tagging along with uncle Tom in SCS should get atleast a couple bumps from the resident navy. If they make the slightest hostile gesture send to the bottom of the sea with appropriate excuses
 

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My logic is based after the Quran, sorry.

You do not need to.

Instead, be sorry for being an Indian.

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China’s image of an Aussie soldier slitting a child’s throat was BRUTAL, but why shouldn’t Beijing highlight Western war crimes?


By Tom Fowdy, a British writer and analyst of politics and international relations with a primary focus on East Asia


Australia has reacted with fury to a tweet from a Chinese official depicting a child being murdered by a soldier in Afghanistan. Highlighting the West’s atrocities is, it seems, still considered unacceptable.

China and Australia continue to be at loggerheads. Following the recent announcement that China would be imposing an anti-dumping tariff of up to 200 percent on Australian wine imports, Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian ignited controversy by tweeting a graphic satirical image of an Australian soldier cutting the throat of an Afghan child, a jibe relating to the country’s own inquiry into war crimes committed by troops in the Central Asian country.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison was not impressed and said Beijing should be “utterly ashamed” of the image, calling it repugnant and demanding an apology. However Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chungying defended the tweet, stating “they said the Chinese government should feel ashamed but it is Australian soldiers who committed such cruel crimes” and urging Canberra to do “some soul searching.”

A number of news outlets, including the BBC, have branded the image misinformation or “fake.” This is false. The Brereton Report itself states that young boys had their “throats slit” in specified incidents. So, while it is arguably undiplomatic for Zhao Lijian to post something so graphic, it is not misleading.


‘Apologize to the Afghan people’: China scoffs after Canberra demands Beijing retract poster about Aussie war-crime report
<img src="https://cdni.rt.com/files/2020.11/xxs/5fc4abf220302741275101a9.JPG" alt="‘Apologize to the Afghan people’: China scoffs after Canberra demands Beijing retract poster about Aussie war-crime report" /> ‘Apologize to the Afghan people’: China scoffs after Canberra demands Beijing retract poster about Aussie war-crime report



This incident did not happen in a vacuum, but in the context of the rapidly deteriorating relations between Canberra and Beijing. Who’s responsible? Australia and the Western media at large depict their country as an innocent victim of ‘Chinese bullying’, ‘coercion’ and ‘aggression’.

But this is a one-sided narrative which, owing to the nature of liberal ideology, depicts those in the West as the sole advocates of a universal moral truth, and therefore unable to do anything wrong. It ignores the fact that Australia’s society has become increasingly hostile to and paranoid of Beijing. The Australian media vilify China every day, prompting suspicion and fear across the country, yet they simultaneously expect Beijing to remain their best customer, procuring 40 percent of their exports?

The logic is bizarre.

When this context is viewed correctly, China’s retaliations against Australia are not irrational and bellicose acts of aggression, but an obvious and measured response towards a country that shows it nothing but hostility and – more concerningly to Beijing – follows American foreign policy in lockstep.

Two weeks ago, Zhao Lijian raised a list of 14 grievances to Australia concerning its conduct towards China that it must correct in order to restore the nations’ economic relationship. This list involved things such as bans on Chinese investments, daily hostile rhetoric towards China, following US containment efforts by participating in the ‘Quad’ initiative, interference in matters such as Hong Kong, and so on. Not surprisingly, Australia was quick to discredit the list and stated it would never capitulate to Chinese aggression.

Given this, China has continued to make its position clear and representatives such as Zhao Lijian have intensified their criticism of Australia’s government. Zhao clearly sees the posting of the controversial image as the perfect opportunity to send home a message about what China perceives is the hypocrisy and double standards of Australia and of course its subordination to the US war machine. While the image has obviously been manufactured and is brutal and inappropriate, what can’t be forgotten is that what it depicts is not untrue.

And it raises other questions, too. Typically, for example, when Western countries have made offensive comments which they perceive to be ‘truths‘ concerning the Islamic world – as French President Emmanuel Macron did recently – they utilize their right of free speech as a defense and subsequently dismiss those who are ‘offended’ as authoritarians.

Yet this also reveals a reverse truth; that the Western mind truly believes that the ‘non-West’, or in this case China, has no legitimate right to criticize it. Because in terms of its own logic, the West can never not ‘mean well’ in its intentions or what it advocates. Therefore, China is always wrong, and can never do anything right.

Thus, even though Zhao Lijian is revealing, albeit in an explicit way, painful truths, it is automatically deemed that they must be false because they are from China, even by so-called ‘impartial’ media. Because nothing China says that is critical of the Australian system can ever be considered legitimate.

So, while the West reserves its right to criticize others because of ‘freedom of speech’, China must apologize for daring to insult Australia and highlighting war crimes which it itself had in fact reported on. China of course will not to do so, because this isn’t misinformation. From its perspective, Australia has burnt its bridges with Beijing, then proclaimed itself a victim. But the reality is that it is not.
 

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From the perspective of Islam, what the west did is actually a better deed than what the Chinese are currently doing with the uyghurs.


Only a muslim can say this. Non believer commie cannot.
China's issue with Uyghurs has nothing to do with Islam. Why aren't Hui people facing any problem with CCP since unlike Uyghurs Hui actually practice Islam?

Any Pakistani who supports Xinjiang separatism is traitor to Pakistan as separation of Xinjiang will result in Pakistan no longer having a border with China and this will give birth to extremely dire economic and security crisis.
 

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Indians are always posing as Whites or some other ethnicity throughout the internet. They are actually notorious for that. LMAO
Which is why I called them brown bananas. Brown outside, pretending and yearning and fantasizing to be white inside 🤣🤣🤣
Next Australian navy ship tagging along with uncle Tom in SCS should get atleast a couple bumps from the resident navy. If they make the slightest hostile gesture send to the bottom of the sea with appropriate excuses
No need to make excuse.
When you step on a cockroach, you don't need to make excuse
While @striver44 will claim evil Chinese. Australia soldiers are right. Beware of this member post. While he claim himself to be muslim.

What is there to be beware of?

Do like me! :yay: :yay::yay:

Dump him into ignore bin where he can spew his vomit to the cockroaches and used tissue papers and discarded used condoms inside that he will feel good fellowship with.:rofl::rofl::rofl:
 
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From the perspective of Islam, what the west did is actually a better deed than what the Chinese are currently doing with the uyghurs.


Only a muslim can say this. Non believer commie cannot.
@waz @Horus

Do you agree with @striver44 that the West invading and slaughtering Muslims, raping women, cutting off the throats of children, destroying infrastructure, droning weddings and funerals, dropping depleted uranium and white phosphorus causing grotesque birth defects is a ‘better deed’ as @striver44 is saying?
 

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