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Re: riots now in vietnam

Post by hanno » Mon Jun 11, 2018 4:59 pm

bolueeleh wrote:
Mon Jun 11, 2018 1:01 pm
this just in

"various major news agencies around the world retracts and apologise for the fake news that riots and protests broke out on sunday night because someone said it didnt happen because he didnt witness it for himself"
You really are an a..hole.
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Re: riots now in vietnam

Post by Beerinthemorning » Mon Jun 11, 2018 5:05 pm

hanno wrote:
Mon Jun 11, 2018 4:59 pm
bolueeleh wrote:
Mon Jun 11, 2018 1:01 pm
this just in

"various major news agencies around the world retracts and apologise for the fake news that riots and protests broke out on sunday night because someone said it didnt happen because he didnt witness it for himself"
You really are an a..hole.
Hahahaha............
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Re: riots now in vietnam

Post by bolueeleh » Mon Jun 11, 2018 5:26 pm

just saw this video, apparently some riot police have been cornered in a police station and have to surrender before they are being let out, it all happened yesterday, power to the people!!!
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Re: riots now in vietnam

Post by bolueeleh » Mon Jun 11, 2018 5:47 pm

china should start fucking warn its fucking citizens everywhere, its a fucking closed loop economy every fucking where, 1belt1road my ass, more like 1 way fat train to transport money back to china, now hotels /casinos in chinkville takes almost all supplies order from chinks companies or shops only, from vegetables to ciggies to online gaming PCs to fucking toilet paper to import of chinese whores in all those leisure spas to keep chinks cocks happy, all chinks products imported by chinks companies

where is khmer balls in ending all these atrocities?

even their anger is half fucked, get off the online rants and facebook complains, and do some protests before the election :facepalm:

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-viet ... e=facebook
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Post by Barang chgout » Mon Jun 11, 2018 7:16 pm

The planet is a closed loop economy....
Given that between India and China, they hold over a third of the population OF THE WORLD, I would suggest we white fuckers best get used to being the minority.
Except America, where no minority shall ever be a minority. God bless Abraham Lincon.

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Re: riots now in vietnam

Post by dron » Mon Jun 11, 2018 7:39 pm

hanno wrote:
Mon Jun 11, 2018 10:07 am
bolueeleh wrote:
Sun Jun 10, 2018 8:52 pm
these fuckers gets into heat of moment and attacks anyone not vietnamese
Bullshit! First of all, there are no demonstrations "all over Vietnam". I am currently in Vietnam and it has been very quiet everywhere I go. And no, nobody attacks anyone not Vietnamese.
Protests so far that I know about from first hand sources told to me over the last two days:

Hanoi
HCMC
Nha Trang
Binh Duong province
Dong Nai province

I have friends in all five of those places and they have all seen protests with their own eyes, some sent me pics.

Second hand, the AP says the cops had to break out the fire houses on protestors in Binh Thuan to keep a crowd from seizing a government building, and a national highway there was blockaded for 10 hours: https://abcnews.go.com/International/wi ... w-55797318

If that's not "all over Vietnam" I don't know what is. That's north, central and south. Probably more I haven't heard of.

These protesters have already won, at least for now. The National Assembly postponed the vote on the SEZ to October.
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Re: riots now in vietnam

Post by dron » Mon Jun 11, 2018 7:49 pm

ExPenhMan wrote:
Mon Jun 11, 2018 9:25 am
dron wrote:
Mon Jun 11, 2018 3:24 am
ExPenhMan wrote:
Sun Jun 10, 2018 11:02 pm
Viets can tell the difference between Taiwanese and mainlanders.
:facepalm:

Just 14 factories targeted in Vietnam's anti-China protests belonged to mainland Chinese

Of 351 plants damaged in one province, just 14 are mainland Chinese-owned, official report says

Only a tiny fraction of the factories looted and damaged in the violent anti-China protests in Vietnam last week were owned by mainland Chinese enterprises, according to an internal Vietnamese official survey seen by the South China Morning Post.

Taiwanese businesses bore the brunt of the two-day frenzy of arson, vandalism and theft as initially peaceful protests triggered by Beijing's move to drill oil in disputed waters off the Paracel Islands ran out of control.

http://www.scmp.com/news/asia/article/1 ... nese-owned
You need to get your facts straight. The protests started the past weekend THIS YEAR. All your links and quotes above are from 4 years ago. Viets don't want the Chinese to slink into the SAEZs. Read the protest signs, many in English. They specifically say "no Chinese" "not even 1 year" in these three new proposed SAEZs. News reports specifically say the protests were aimed at the Chinese. The Formosa protests are so yesteryear.
LOL dude yes that was 2014. What gave it away? The dateline in the article? LOL

My point was to respond to you saying "the viets know the difference between Mainlanders and Formosa [sic]". In the midst of a popular uprising they historically don't know and don't care. In the last anti Chinese uprising most of the buildings and people attacked were not from the PRC but Taiwan! No reason to think it would be any different now or in the future.

So far no reports of attacks on Chinese this time around, but that might only be because they've been staying indoors or fleeing the country. That plus this time around protests were more aimed at the Vietnamese government than Chinese people and businesses, which really says something. One reason is probably because a controversial internet spying law is set to go in effect at the exact same time as they were planning on passing the SEZ law: https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/ ... e-freedom/
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Re: riots now in vietnam

Post by ExPenhMan » Mon Jun 11, 2018 8:28 pm

The thread title is "Riots now in Vietnam" and the target of the protests are the Chinese and a fear of a takeover. Simple. So I asked myself, why did you start talking about the Taiwanese in the middle of discussion of an anti-Chinese protest?

Well, you are obsessed by Taiwan, it seems, because you not only misquoted me, you made it all up. I said: “Viets can tell the difference between Taiwanese and mainlanders.” Your version of my statement: "The viets know the difference between Mainlanders and Formosa [sic]". WTF? You wrote in Formosa with a [sic] as if I said that. I'll let you chat on with your secret friends.
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Re: riots now in vietnam

Post by dron » Mon Jun 11, 2018 8:37 pm

i didnt start dude. your reading skillz leave much to be desired son
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Post by CEOCambodiaNews » Mon Jun 11, 2018 8:52 pm

Anti-China protests: dozens arrested as Vietnam patriotism spirals into unrest
Vietnamese protesters arrested after clashes with police over a proposed law on special economic zones they fear will be dominated by Chinese investors
PUBLISHED : Monday, 11 June, 2018, 1:46pm
UPDATED : Monday, 11 June, 2018, 6:08pm

- The loudspeakers strung between the palm trees lining the beach told citizens to stay calm. The message was that three planned new special economic zones that critics feared would be dominated by neighbouring China were not yet set in stone.

“Stay wise, be calm. Go home! Go back to daily life. Don’t join the protests,” the prim voice said in Vietnamese in the seaside town of Nha Trang in south-central Vietnam.

On the civic square opposite that pink Nha Trang landmark Tram Huong Tower, in the strangely wintry weather, a crowd of protesters had gathered.

There looked to be less than 50 mostly middle-aged people, some sporting loudhailers and sunglasses in an apparent bid to hide their identity.

But the protesters brandishing banners saying “Khong cho” (no trading) – were raucous amid an orgy of beeping.

Later, straggling across town, a much larger motorbike-borne crowd amassed. Amid rumours that pickpockets would be weaving through crowds, the mood was peaceful but passionate – a street party with angry, nationalist overtones.

Besides Nha Trang, demonstrations also took place on Sunday throughout the country including the capital, Hanoi, and in Ho Chi Minh City.
Mass protests have taken place in Ho Chi Minh City, Nha Trang and Hanoi against the draft laws on special admin-econ zones and on cyber security. Soon dispersed by police, some reported arrests #Vietnam #protest #politics pic.twitter.com/rMRIn6Zrqt

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