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Nice to see Hillary Clinton living up to her reputation.

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton broached the issue of human rights with Chinese leaders on Saturday, but emphasized that the global financial slump and other international crises were more pressing and immediate priorities. The United States will continue to press China on issues such as Tibet, Taiwan and human rights, she told reporters accompanying her. “But our pressing on those issues can’t interfere with the global economic crisis, the global climate change crisis and the security crises,” she said.

So many crisis just no time for human rights in China? More hope and change, unless you are abused by the tyrants in Beijing. Climate change comes before human rights – that’s Clintonian priorities at this time. Hope the media focus around this???

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8 thoughts on “CLINTONIAN CHINESE PRIORITIES

  1. They never run out of a crises do they? How essential to our wellbeing these lunatics are, selflessly battling crises after crises on our humble behalf.

  2. Unfortunately since Nixon – the attitude of every admnistration toward the human rights violations in China has been the same as Obama’s administration is now displaying. The oppressed people of China have gotten the short end of the stick all along. The US standing (however reluctantly) up for oppressed people in Eastern Europe, Russia and Poland made a huge difference to those people. Although I’ve seen it argued that the US government never likes to stick its neck out in these situations – and the pressure is always initiated by private organizations. The unions supporting Solidarity in Poland has been cited. Only after very public displays of criticism for despotic governments and support for the people whom they abuse was the US government willing to fall into line with.

    I am disappointed, though. I thought that the democrats were the ones who loved the brown people. Now they’re showing that they really just don’t give a crap, either. Wasted opportunity for some political brownie points. In fact – they’re wasting opportunities all OVER the place recently. Talk of abandoning Afghanistan…which – if you remember – was where the REAL war on terror was. Not Iraq.

  3. Monica has made something of a point in that Clinton’s strategy is nothing new, and actually is buisness as usual. I doubt even David is suggesting some international force arriving such as went to Peking during The Boxer Rebellion.

    Then Monica displays a need to adjust the color on her televiosn set as the Chinese are generally seen as yellow people as opposed to brown among those who define people based upon color. As for Afghanistan isn’t the Administration increasing our focus and presence there?

  4. it’s the democrats that define people by color Which was her point Mahons

    My question is what missile or computer tech did Clinton deliver while she was there?

  5. Your fair lady, Sir Troll, made a claim that deserved my refutting, but I admire you since of chivalry.

    Surely enough technology escaped our shores for their’s during her husband’s administration that her bringing more this trip would be unnecessary.

  6. Your fair lady, Sir Troll, made a claim that deserved my refutting, but I admire you sense of chivalry.

    Surely enough technology escaped our shores for their’s during her husband’s administration that her bringing more this trip would be unnecessary.

  7. You are all being a bit naive.

    It’s not Clinton out there, but US bonds and big money looking to be re-assured.
    (Next stop India).
    "Follow the money my dear" were her instructions.

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