Attn: Sergey! Russia Subservient to China

#3
Perhaps we should start a pogrom or something. You guys a pretty good at them right, any pointers you or Sergey could give us? ;)
 
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#5
Brick said:
Perhaps we should start a pogrom or something. You guys a pretty good at them right, any pointers you or Sergey could give us? ;)
Nah, pogroms were ineffective, how about taking "pointers" from KKK, Skinheads, National Fascist Party of Germany and Italy; genocide of Native Americans; genocide of Australian Aborigines; Catholic/Protestant calamities, etc.

:wink:
 
#9
It is an emmpty article written by illinformed 'reseacher' who live in another World and is absolutely unaware about realities on the ground.

Although official estimates say that less than 1 million Chinese are resident in Russia, those familiar with facts on the ground say there are as many as 6 million Chinese in Russia, 95 percent of who are there illegally.
Likely the author would be surprised to know that...

http://primamobile.ru/show/?id=6921&search=announced&p=10

The Chinese Migrants in Khabarovsk Territory Ask for Deportation
According to their words, they can’t find jobs


VLADIVOSTOK, February 4, vladivostoktimes.com The Chinese businessmen in the Khabarovsk Territory, whose documents on the right to stay in Russia were expired, in mass order apply to migration services and ask authorities for deportation, because they can't find jobs, Newsru.com reports.

"Russian businessmen don't want to deal with foreigners, who have problems with documents, any more: no permit for labor activity in the territory of Russia or expired visas," the Head of the department of administration of the Federal migration service in the Khabarovsk Territory (AFMS) Victor PYANYKH announced.

"Foreigners, and it's basically citizens of China, voluntarily surrender to migration services and are ready to pay not only fine for violation of migration control, but also way home," PYANYKH said.

According to him, such situation emerged after changes in the migration legislation of RF coming into effect from January 15 of this year, according to which the fines for employers for illegal engagement of foreign man power were increased to 800 thousand Rubles [=almost 20,000 Pounds] .

According to the information of PYANYKH, only the department of migration control in January of 2007 deported 110 citizens of China, who were engaged in trade activity at the territory of the Khabarovsk Territory without required documents. In 2006 this department deported 171 citizens of China, the representative of AFMS noted.
Yes, Siberia is huge but it is impossible for millions to live there unnoticed without visas and permission to work.

The situation with illegal Chinese migrants is under control and the number is not huge anyway.

So relax Andy...
 
#10
Credit for China's emergence as an economic superpower belongs to the U.S. policy of building up Beijing as a counter to Moscow
Cheers for that, that's the funniest thing I've read in ages. I guess the M.D. in 'M.D. Nalapat' stands for 'Mentally Deficient'?

It was no accident that Russian President Dmitry Medvedev made Beijing his first port of call after taking office in May this year -- excluding Kazakhstan. In Beijing he faithfully stuck to the CCP line on all issues ranging from Tibet to Taiwan and gave fulsome assurances of fealty.
I'd be interested to know how Moscow's stance on Tibet and Taiwan differ in any matter of principle from those of the US or EU; or what exactly these 'assurances of fealty were'. Odd that a journalist with these juicy facts to back his argument didn't choose to plaster them all over his article. Perhaps they only exist in his head? It certainly calls the rest of the article into question.

Incidentally, a suitable response to Cao ni ma is Ta ma de :twisted:
 
#11
Andy, why do you choose to repeat after that article that Russia is/will be "subservient", or that China is/will be "domineering", or that China somehow poses threat to Russia?

After all, both countries are members of Shanghai Cooperation Organization -- "the bloc, which primarily addresses security issue but has recently moved to embrace energy projects..." Isn't it logical that Russia would seek closer tiers with China, Kazakhstan, India, Pakistan and now Iran as a counterbalance to increasingly hostile US/NATO rhetoric and actions in Russia's backyard?

If Europe chooses snobbish attitude when dealing with Russia...
 

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