US calls China "thuggish regime"

Jun 2013
1. WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. State Department spokeswoman on Thursday called China a "thuggish regime" for disclosing the photographs and personal details of a U.S. diplomat who met with student leaders of Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement.

The denunciation was unusually sharp and came as tensions between Washington and Beijing surge over an expanding trade war and military rivalry in the western Pacific, among other disputes....

2. The US State Department has definitely cracked the greatest joke of the century for denouncing China as a "thuggish regime" after getting caught in fomenting the demonstrations in Hong Kong.

Firstly, for instance, how will the US respond if diplomats from other countries including China are actively contacting with the American Indian Movement and the Republic of Lakotah? What will be the US response if foreign diplomats are actively in contact with American Latinos, urging them to protest daily for being racialized as mostly criminals and rapists?

Secondly, if anyone can get private information or details of children just by looking at a photograph of a woman holding an image of a child, as claimed by State Department spokeswoman Morgan Ortagus, he must have superpowers or telepathic abilities.

3. The US has a long history of meddling in the domestic affairs of other countries. Just look at the tragic situation in Syria now, and you can see what "masterpiece" the US has created on this planet.

The student leaders should consider themselves lucky if they had been rewarded with a sumptuous feast in a luxury hotel. About 34 years ago, an Asian minister had also accused the US of meddling in the domestic affairs of his country. He called the US "cheapskate" after a US diplomat had been found giving a burger treat to a dissident who later fled to the US. :)

P.S. Ta Kung Pao, a Hong Kong newspaper, described Julie Eadeh, a graduate in Arab studies from Georgetown University, as “a mysterious and low-profile expert on subversion”.
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