THE EVIL RED EMPIRE – RED CHINA – LIAR
Liar refers to a person who tells lies. Red China, a national entity has chosen a State Policy to conduct her affairs telling lies. The term ‘LIE’ describes a statement that one knows is false, and is especially made with intent to deceive. Red China is an habitual liar for she makes such false statements deliberately with intent to deceive her gullible neighbors. Tibet agreed to sign Seventeen Point or 17-Article Agreement for the Peaceful Liberation of Tibet on May 23, 1951 fully trusting lies, false assurances, and fraudulent promises given by Red China. Similarly, Republic of India agreed to sign ‘Panchsheel Agreement’ in 1954, fully trusting lies mouthed by Red China. The act of deception means to bring, put, or accomplish something by lying. Red China has mastered The Art of Deception and she makes statements that have characteristics such as 1. Prevaricate: to quibble or confuse the issue in order to evade the truth, 2. Equivocate: implies the deliberate use of ambiguity in order to deceive or mislead, 3. Fabricate: suggests invention of a false story, excuse, etc., intended to deceive, 4. Subterfuge: suggests an artifice or stratagem used to deceive others and to evade something, or gain some personal benefit at cost of another person or entity, and 5. Trickery: implies the use of tricks or ruses in deceiving others.
For Red China is a born Liar, she uses ‘DECEPTION’ as her State Policy and she dishonestly deprives others of their property, rights, freedom, etc.,
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PENTAGON CHIEF URGES CHINA TO STOP ISLAND BUILDING
Chinese Gen. Fan Changlong Vice Chairman of China’s Central Military Commission, arrives at the Pentagon on June 11, 2015, and stands with US Secretary of Defense Secretary Ashton Carter(R) in Washington, DC (AFP Photo/Paul J. Richards)
Washington (AFP) – US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter called Thursday on Beijing to stop building artificial islands in the disputed waters of the South China Sea, as he hosted a top Chinese general.
The visit to the Pentagon of General Fan Changlong, vice chairman of China’s Central Military Commission, was relatively low-key amid simmering tensions over the maritime dispute and a massive hack of US federal employees.
China insists it has sovereignty over nearly all of the South China Sea, a major global shipping route believed to be home to oil and gas reserves, but rival claimants accuse it of expansionism.
“Carter reiterated US concerns on the South China Sea and called on China and all claimants to implement a lasting halt on land reclamation, cease further militarization and pursue a peaceful resolution of territorial disputes in accordance with international law,” the Pentagon said in a statement.
Carter had previously accused China of being out of step with international rules in its conduct in the South China Sea.
Unlike previous trips, including one last year, there was no joint press conference.
“The Chinese did request that there not be a lot of media attention around this trip,” Pentagon spokesman Colonel Steven Warren said.
Also raising tensions is this month’s revelation by the US government that hackers accessed the personal data of at least four million current and former federal employees.
The vast cyberattack is suspected to have originated in China, though Beijing has said the charge was “irresponsible” and stressed that Chinese laws prohibit cybercrimes.
Prior to visiting Washington, Fan went to California and Texas.
His trip is part of a years-long effort to build a regular dialogue between the American and Chinese armed forces to defuse potential tensions and avoid miscalculations.
Carter’s predecessor, Chuck Hagel, visited China in 2014 in a trip that was marked by friction, with each side trading sharply worded criticism.
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