China: Nobody Understand Their Sweet Heart

In a speech for the anniversary of a failed 1959 uprising passed in Tibet, the Dalai Lama, the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader (and Nobel Price) said that Chinese control had turned his homeland into a “hell on Earth.”

Of course the Chinese reaction was quick (HERE):


“Like a child trying to draw attention from other people by crying, the marginalized old monk started a round of false accusations which were rhetorically inflammatory and demagogic but untenable in fact,”


And now, ladies and gentlemen, here is the best of the best (same source):


“This ‘hell on earth’ is precisely ‘paradise on earth’ for ordinary Tibetans,” the official Xinhua news agency said in one of a series of sharply worded editorials.


So China wants to convince the world that Tibet is “paradise on earth”.

Sure, everyone is believing it 😆

China is so good and nice… It’s people who do not understand the sweet Chinese heart…

Even Jane Goodall (do you remember her? She revolutionized research with her studies of chimpanzees beginning in 1960) does not understand!

Shame on her!

She declared (HERE):


China’s thirst for natural resources, including wood and minerals, is leading to massive deforestation in Africa and the destruction of crucial wildlife habitat.


She didn’t explicitly express it but we could guess her thoughts: China is creating a hell in Africa

And of course, you could guess the Chinese answer: Thanks to us, Africa is a pure paradise for all…

Sure… so nice paradise…

For China, its paradise’s showroom in Africa is Sudan…


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