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Not surprised what hideous crimes these barbaric descendants of convicts are capable of.
Pity the genocide of Australia native aborigines by these pretentious hypocrite White Human Rights upholders.
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Morrison: The Chinese insult Australia! They must apologize for this!
Bystander: What did the Chinese do?
Morrison: They told others about what we did in Afghanistan

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"What's the difference between Australian special forces and Nazi? "
"At least Hitler never demanded Picasso an apology for drawing Guernica. "

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Afghanistan citizens: Thank Australian soldiers for my happy childhood.
Journalist: But in your childhood, there were no soldiers from Australia.
Afghanistan citizens: That's why I thank them.

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Anglo-Saxons: Hey Guys, don't worry about it, we will bring the peace to you guys
Afgans: What kind of peace?
Anglo-Saxons: Rest in peace
Afgans:……

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Morrison: Is this your masterpiece?
Author: It's your soldier' masterpiece.


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The flag of Afghanistan is a jigsaw puzzles with missing pieces, meaning the country is fragmented;
The Australian flag is overlaid on the flag of Afghanistan, meaning aggression;
There are several corpses under the Australian flag, meaning to cover up the crime of murder;
Australian soldiers kill children but don't kill sheep. This runs counter to the idea of God indicating that sheep should be used as sacrifices in the Bible. It is definitely a double irony of the humanity and beliefs of Australian soldiers.
 
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The truth must be ascertained. These Australian soldiers murdered innocent Afghan civilians (men, women, and children) in cold blood just because they are non-white! I bet they raped their victims too before slitting their throats. Mr. Zhao is right in publishing this drawing to expose the hypocrisy of the West. I'm sure in the end all their "democratic" investigations and prosecutions will be just a big fat charade and these murderers will get off scot-free.
 

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I am pretty sure that Australian government will carry out a "fair and transparent" investigation towards the crime in Afghanistan (of course "fair and transparent" by Western standard). Then most of criminals may be put into trial as per "fair and transparent" process and released soon after as if they are totally not guilty.

The My Lai massacre in Vietnam by the US army, in which nearly 600 people, most (if not all) of them innocent elderly and children were killed, are still vividly remembered in Vietnam, together with the facts that all of the murderers were released with "no guilty" by the US "fair and transparent" legal system.
 
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this is great. The more they deny this and attack China the worse they look. And if Pakistanis are wondering, why is China punishing these aggressors and resisting them at every turn instead of just allowing them some breathing space - this is your answer. Your answer has always been right next door, if only you had the courage to look.

Afghanistan was never the greatest place to live, but in the 1950's - 1980's it was not like this. these scum have turned it into a true hell on earth.
 

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this is great. The more they deny this and attack China the worse they look. And if Pakistanis are wondering, why is China punishing these aggressors and resisting them at every turn instead of just allowing them some breathing space - this is your answer. Your answer has always been right next door, if only you had the courage to look.

Afghanistan was never the greatest place to live, but in the 1950's - 1980's it was not like this. these scum have turned it into a true hell on earth.
More they attack tweets related to the war crimes, the more the attention this story gets and more people around the world will know about it. China should go all out attack in information war to completely expose Australian white supremacist cretins.
 

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Scott Morison said this is “repugnant” graphic , fake and all Australians, soldiers deeply offensive.

https://7news.com.au/politics/feder...hinese-government-over-twitter-post-c-1677451
They will just say only. None of those Australia soldiers will be put to death or sever punishment. They get few years jail and off they go.

Typical lowlife trick used by west. They will admit those crime in high ground and claim punishment will be mend out. But such disgusting things will happens again as long as they launch their democracy war on other nations.
 

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Some Australian media said that China condemned Australian soldiers as interference in Australia's internal affairs.

And Australia , with other 5eyes and NED, cheering and paying rioters in Hong Kong to throw fire bombs and to throw bricks and to burn those that disagree with them is their righteous choice in promoting Democracy and Regards for Human Rights in HongKong by having more scenes beautiful to behold.
And it is only their concern for Democracy and Regards for Human Rights that give them the right to back finance and direct the rioters for even more scenes beautiful to behold and not interference in affairs of China.

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A man who had a quarrel with rioters is doused with inflammable liquid and set on fire in Hong Kong on Monday. (Photo/Provided to China Daily)

The situation in Hong Kong took another disturbing turn on Monday when radical protesters doused a man in a flammable liquid and set him on fire. For months, violence has rocked the city, and the violent acts have become extreme. Is the heinous act of setting a man on fire what US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi meant when she said the protests in Hong Kong are “a beautiful sight to behold?”

Of course, Pelosi is not the only politician who thinks what is happening in Hong Kong is praiseworthy. Members of US Congress are pushing for legislation to drive a wedge between the mainland and Hong Kong and multiple politicians have voiced support for the radical protesters. In October, US Senator Ted Cruz even showed up in Hong Kong wearing all black to show support for the black-clad protesters who have been wreaking havoc on the city.

These politicians are applying a double standard toward China, praising radical protesters in Hong Kong as freedom fighters, but labeling domestic groups as terrorists. In July, for example, Cruz called for the designation of Antifa—a loosely organized group of activists who often cloak themselves in black—as a domestic terrorist organization, describing its members as radicals who pursue a political agenda through violence.

However, suppose we apply the same logic to another problem, say the violence in Hong Kong. After all, radical protesters are creating fear through violence in the pursuit of political aims. In a rational world, they would be condemned for their violent acts, whether in Portland or in Hong Kong, but there is a double standard when it comes to China. Earlier this week, for example, Cruz—the same politician who labeled a domestic group as radicals and terrorists, penned a commentary in which he called Hong Kong “the new Berlin.”

Regardless of one’s views, any rational person would agree that violence is never the answer. Last year, when politicians including former President Barack Obama received suspicious packages that appeared to be bombs, the nation united against political violence. President Donald Trump called it a despicable act and later, at a rally, he decried political violence, saying, “Any acts or threats of political violence are an attack on democracy itself.”

There should be no double standard when it comes to political violence. At a press conference on Monday, Hong Kong SAR Chief Executive Carrie Lam said the mobs are not just damaging property but are causing injuries. The heinous act of setting a man on fire should serve as a reminder that the protests in Hong Kong have moved way past the point of legitimate political protest, and politicians who oppose violence in their country should come out and condemn the radical elements.

People often use the phrase violence begets violence. It means that violence solves nothing and only begets more violence. From targeting Beijing-friendly businesses to threatening ordinary people for merely speaking Mandarin to setting a man on fire who is still in critical condition, the tactics used by the mobs have become extreme. No country or city would tolerate such acts.

No one wants to see Hong Kong move closer to the abyss. There needs to be a return to rationality in Hong Kong to stop the storm and restore order, and US politicians who have egged the situation on should give up the double standard and stop using the “beautiful sight to behold” argument as a rallying call against China.
 

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