China: A Colonial Power in Disguise for Cameroon

Cameroon It’s got gold, timber, oil And strategic ports China wants it. And it will do what it takes to get it. Welcome back to China Uncensored. I’m Chris Chappell. Africa. It has resources. China wants them. And nowhere is that more apparent than in
Cameroon. Cameroon one of the breadbaskets of Africa. It’s also loaded with diamonds, gold, and
oil. Plus, it’s strategically located, with several ocean ports the Chinese military would love to have access to. This is Cameroon’s “president” is Paul
Biya. He’s been president for 36 years. Which can only mean one thing: The people love him so much, they keep re-electing him in free and fair
elections! And he’s only too happy to give the Chinese Communist Party the access to Cameroon it craves. To find out more about China’s colonial plans in Cameroon and Africa at large, I sat down with Felix Agbor Nkongho, at the Oslo Freedom Forum. He’s the founder and director of the Centre
for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa. Thank-you for joining us today Felix. Well thanks for having me. Yeah. So for those people who aren’t really familiar
with Cameroon, can you tell us a little bit about the political
situation there? Cameroon is situated between West and Central
Africa, so it’s in the middle of these two regions. It’s the bread basket of the area. We have a civilian president who’s been in
power for 36 years. Since the independence of Cameroon we’ve had
two presidents. Cameroon is francophone and anglophone. The francophones are 75% of the population, and the anglophones are 25, English and French. And that sort of ties back to which parts of Cameroon had been colonized by the French and the Germans. Yes it goes back to the British and the French
colonizing. That’s why you have francophones and anglophones
in Cameroon. So when you say “president for 36 years”, I’m assuming that’s not a fair, democratically elected president. On paper it’s a democracy, he has a constitution, he has an executive legislator, and a judiciary, but in reality it’s a dictatorship. The elections have never been free and fair, the opposition is always muscled out, the
press is never free. The entire process, the electoral commission
from [inaudible] to [inaudible] is created by the president
in power, and he appoints each and every one who is
a member of that committee. You cannot really really bite the finger that
feeds you, somebody cannot appoint you and you work against
his interests. So I imagine it’s not an easy place to be
a human rights lawyer. Oh it’s really difficult, because the thing
about Cameroon is that from the outside it seems to be very
peaceful. When you look at the region – Chad, Central African Republic, [inaudible]
– all of them have have turbulence, all of them have [inaudible] dictators. Mr Biya seems to be a democrat, so from the outside it’s very [inaudible], but when you get into the country you start
seeing what is happening. The violations of rights of human rights defenders, the anglophone minorities, the people in the
north. So the press is muscled out. So when you get inside the country, that’s when you can understand the dictatorship that we have in Cameroon. So I know President Biya has been pushing
for closer ties to China. How has that affected the human rights situation
in the country? Well our relationship with China dates back. They call it Palais des Congrès, the congress
hall in Cameroon was built by the Chinese. A long time ago, more than 20 years ago. It just got burnt a couple of years ago and they promised to fund it. He has been pushing a lot to the East, China
and Russia, because these are countries that don’t care
about human rights record. The West, especially the U.S. and the E.U. they’ve been [inaudible] on Biya to try to
open up, to respect more fundamental freedoms, especially with what is happening in anglophone
Cameroon. So he’s now looking to the East. China is pumping a lot of money, China is involved, and I think China will be an impediment if
we’re to have a security counsel resolution on Cameroon. So President Biya would be more interested
in taking money from China rather than countries that would have human
rights obligations. Yeah that’s what he’s been doing of late. It’s true that he plays his cards in a way that he’s still friends with the
West, but he’s leaning more now to China. Because the accountability issue is not there. So he prefers to take money from China, because China will not care about the killings
of the people, China will not care about burning of villages
in Cameroon. I know Cameroon is part of China’s Belt and
Road Initiative, what does China hope to get out of Cameroon? Well China needs the resources from Cameroon. Cameroon has diamonds, Cameroon has oil, Cameroon has timber, gold too. So China is interested in the resources of
Cameroon. There’s nothing like a free lunch. I know people who criticize the relationship
that we had with the West, colonialism and the rest, but China is another colonial power in disguise. China is giving loans, there’s a lot of corruption
in the contracts, nobody is accountable, there’s no transparency, and we are indebted to them a lot. I know at times they will cancel some of the
debt, but they are getting enormous resources from
us, and Chinese are migrating to Cameroon. They are doing some of the business that local people are supposed to be doing, they are fishing, and there’s gradually tension between the
Chinese and the Cameroonians. So, Chinese leader Xi Jinping calls it “win-win
cooperation”, but doesn’t sound like this is actually a
win for the people of Cameroon. No, from my own perspective it’s not a win-win
situation. It’s not winning for the people of Cameroon. It might be winning for the government and
for China. The average Cameroonian is not benefiting
a lot. The government cannot account to some of these
monies that are given, and it’s like mortgaging the destiny of future
generations. So it’s win-win yes, win for the Chinese government and win for the Cameroonian government, but it’s a win-loss for the Cameroonian people. And I know Cameroon is in a very strategic
location in the region, and China has shown an interest in a billion
dollar port. What’s behind that? Well, as you said Cameroon is strategically
located. Central Africa region, West Africa, we’re
bordered to Nigeria, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Chad, and the Central
African Republic. So strategically we are very important. And we have the outlet, we have the ports, we have one in Douala, we have one in Kribi, and I just hear there will be one in Limbe. So the Chinese are interested in Cameroon, they are very interested. A lot of powers are interested in Cameroon, but of late the Chinese are developing a lot
of interest. Because also agriculturally Cameroon is very
rich, the soil is extremely, extremely rich. So if we are not careful the coming years, Cameroon will be a playground for power politics. Cameroon will be a playground for Chinese interests and Chinese politics. So we talked a bit about it that Cameroon
is in a lot of debt to China. How has that affected Cameroon? Well for now, the government is just trying
to survive. So they keep on piling debt upon debt. They think that it will postpone their problems because the more they have pressure from the
West, the more they’re trying to open up the economy, they are now looking towards China, they will pile the debts. Some of the infrastructures that have built, they cannot stand the test of time. And you look at the workers, China brings almost everybody from China to
work. So what is the local content, how does that benefit the average Cameroonian? I mean from the laborers, they are brought
from China. And even when Cameroonians work there, they don’t pay them very well. And the fact that most of them don’t communicate
in English. The Kumba Mamfe Ekok road that was built by the Chinese leading to Nigeria, I mean I was going to my village, my village is off the road. The instructions on the signs were in Chinese. So a village that would not even understand
what they were saying, I did not find any of the instructions in
English. So this is something that a government that
works for the people, that has the interests of the people at heart would have to take some of these things in
consideration. But unfortunately, they don’t really care. So the infrastructure they’re building is
not actually good quality, the loans aren’t sustainable, this really doesn’t seem like it’s benefiting
the people [crosstalk] It’s not benefiting us, and there’s some things that they’re doing that will backfire. I remember [inaudible] once that “when you
come to Africa and you buy the farms, you buy the lands,
and you plant, and the people cannot have food, someday they
will rise up”. And that is what will happen in Africa, that is what will happen in Cameroon. When they Chinese come with their monies, and they buy huge parcels of land, and plant crops that are exported to China, and the people in Cameroon cannot have food, they will rise up. They will protest. Just imagine that if they had bought land in the English speaking part of the country, and now there’s a crisis. How will they have access to those lands? How will they have access to those lands? Because the people also will be like these
lands did not benefit us. They probably dealt with the government, they dealt with the chiefs, without the average person benefiting anything. And the quality of their product, it’s not really good. Well as you mentioned, China is basically
functioning as a new type of colonial power in Cameroon. Is there a sense among the people there, do they understand this, do they know what’s happening? They are gradually, gradually coming to terms
with it. Initially it was their hatred for the French, they preferred any other person than the French, because of its colonial history. But I think that some people are gradually, gradually seeing that China doesn’t speak, they are slowly and gradually and surely taking
over control of businesses in the country. People have started rising up, people have
started criticizing it, people are complaining in the media. And it will only get worse as things get bad
for the country. So Cameroon is billions of dollars in debt
to China. But recently though China forgave 78 million
dollars of debt. Why was that? Well as I said, there’s nothing like a free
lunch. They know what they are benefiting from the
system. They are trying also to keep Mr Biya in power
at all costs. So they will help Mr Biya to stay in power. They provide military software also. Because of the anglophone crisis, they provided some support for humanitarian, to help those who are affected by the crisis. So whatever they are doing is to ensure that their friend stays in power, because they understand that if things were
to change, if we have a free and fair election, if we have a real, genuine, democratic government, those contract would be renegotiated. Those terms that they agreed on, Cameroonians would like no, it has to go through
parliament, the people have to see it, it has to be more
transparent, it has to be a win-win contract from the perspective
of the people and not the leadership. The road signs might not have to be in Chinese. They will not have to be in Chinese. They will have to be in English and French. If you want to put it in Chinese for their
workers, can understand they should be in English and
French also. So I know the U.S. and many other Western
countries are beginning to take an interest in investing more in African countries. Do you think that can be a rival to Chinese
investment? Yeah competition is always good. There was a time when we had only the Western
investors. So they have good quality, but probably there are times when also not
favorable to our people. So China is now in the market, China is another player, so everybody is setting up. Because after a while, the West also looked at Asia, looked at Latin
America. They were not ready for coastal Africa, but because China is there, China has come to stay, China has been signing some contracts that initially used to be exclusively reserved
for the West, they have woken up from slumber, and they too are now getting back into the
game. So it will be an exciting battle between China
and the West to win the minds and hearts of the people with regards to their resources. And you think that’s something the West might
be able to do? Yes, they are capable of doing. The more democratic the country is, I think the more people will want to deal
with the West. The more dictator run the country, they will have to deal with China and Russia, because as you know, they will not talk anything about the human
rights violations. They would shut up their mouth, get their deals done, rights have been violated, nobody cares. Well that’s interesting because the West, there’s a history of colonialism which obviously there’s a lot of resentment there. And China in particular is very good at the
propaganda of “Oh, we were victims of colonialism, we won’t
be like that”, when in fact that is what’s happening. Do you think people will understand that situation, and that the past can be forgotten, r not forgotten but at least forgiven? Well you can look at colonialism from a multi-faceted
angle. There could be political, there could be economical, there could be military colonialism. So yes, China was not a colonial power in
Africa, but they are coming in also as an economical
colonial power, so what is the difference between what they’re doing and what the West did? I think what we need in Africa, what we need in Cameroon, is a fair deal. Whoever comes should do deals that would be
good for the people, not the leadership. And also don’t support a leader that you’re giving your money to violate peoples’
rights, to kill people. You don’t supply arms to use to kill the people. If they can be that transparent, which I think they will not be able because of the nature of the Chinese government. Say who comes with equity must come with [inaudible], the way they treat their own people. They cannot treat us better than they way
they treat their people, so it’s clear that China would not live up
to the expectation. I think the West has tried a lot to change
also, from its colonial mentality. And we have numerous cases where they put the interests of the people first. For example, like the Americans, they would always talk about human rights
violation, they would always ensure that there’s transparency, and if you are found paying bribes or involved
in corruption, you will be tried in the U.S., you’ll be sentenced. So these are checks and balances that we need, these are checks and balances that would help the corrupt officials in Africa, and the corrupt officials coming from the
West or China to ensure that at least it’s not business
as usual. Things must change and we must also look the
interests of the people. You kind of touched on this; is China providing Biya with weapons or military
training? Yeah they’re providing weapons, they’re providing weapons to Cameroon a lot. The Chinese [inaudible] also they’re providing weapons to Cameroon a lot. They’re providing military training. We have a good military cooperation with China. They are supporting lots of projects also. During the last presidential election, all the gadgets that were used by Mr Biya’s ruling party was printed in China. Everything was done in China, so that you can see the influence of China. So we spent lots and lots of money to print
gadgets in China, that shows the kind of relationship he has
with the Chinese. How about Chinese social controls, like internet surveillance, facial recognition cameras, any of that? We gradually, from a human rights defenders
perspective, we’re getting a bit scared. There was a time WhatsApp had been tampered
with. The presence of [inaudible] and the Chinese, we are a bit scared now what is going to happen. Because these are countries, I mean China especially has issues with the
internet. To put it lightly. Yes. And the war for example, the struggle democratic training in Cameroon shows that the internet is a major player. Social media will be the thing that will determine who would be the next president, that would determine the change in the country. So we’re a bit worried that the influence
of China, the role China plays, might affect censorship. Don’t forget that between January 2017 and
April 2017 we had the longest internet shut down in the
history of mankind, about four months the internet was shut down in English speaking parts of the country. So these are things that we’re a bit worried and we hope that the internet will not be
cut off again. Do you have any sense of China’s overall plan
for Africa? I don’t know what is my sense, but what the overall plan is to take over the economy of the continent. To have as many contracts as possible so that they can control the continent. Because there is a fight between [inaudible]
imaginary fight between China and the West. So everybody wants to control the resources
of Africa. And because most of the 54 countries are dictators, a lot of them are going towards China. Don’t forget the building of the African Union
in Ethiopia was a gift given by China. So China is there to conquer the markets. China needs the resources. China’s growing population, China doesn’t have a choice than to look outward, and Africa for now is a soft area, Africa for now is an area where you can manipulate
the leaders, Africa is an area where, because of a lot of greed and [inaudible] and selfishness and [inaudible] from our leaders, they can constantly deal with China to stay
in power. So China would be a big player, the economy of our countries will suffer unless we stand up and start having fair deals
with China. Well thank-you very much for joining us today, it was fascinating. Thanks for having me.

100 thoughts on “China: A Colonial Power in Disguise for Cameroon

  • hey Africa wake up !!!! don't do business with the fucking china. listen to me. they will destroy you and they will bring poison food and drug to your people.
    Listen to president Trump. listen to USA. We American people will help your country grow.
    this message is for the fucking XI Ping POng< get your fucking people out of my country Vietnam

  • Camercoon These unscrupulous disgusting Niggas always willing to sell their people out they need to remove his fucking head from his body…. Biya

  • As much as I hate china with Territorial dispute with Philippines but this guy is completely make a living blasting off china. China in Africa is so much better than European inbreed

  • You all should watch the documentary Empire Of Dust. It's about the chinese workers having to deal with the problems associated with working in africa. Poor guy never did get his truck load of gravel…

  • I will never Understand how People in Africa
    Can be so Fucking Stupid. When the Chineese take over you'll be Second class Citizens
    in your own Country and at the same time they'll be Destorying your Ecosystem Rapeing
    the Land of Resources to send back to China and OH!! don't even thinking about you're getting new Jobs 60.0000 Chineese workers are coming to Take your jobs.

    you make me feel glad that my Ansestors we're captured and taken to the New World
    while I watch the Chineese come in and Train you to be Good Tame Monkeys

    I wonder when will the People there will Have their Shaka Zulu Moment
    only time will tell let's not hope if it comes too late.

    Poor Bastards.

  • No wonder China wants to be best friends with Africa they have a lot in common genocide human rights violations and Corruption it's the next China

  • I like your program. I live in TainJin I feel you need to be less slanted. Yes China is trying to control more than they can. Yes Xi is not god. What ever he thinks. You need to be a little less slanted. Just my thinking

  • Cameroon should be grateful ,otherwise they can go back and wait for PRIVATE INVESTORS, WHO WILL probably will NEVER APPEAR on THE HORIZON. OR MAYBE CALL FRANCE AND ENGLAND, maybe it was more HELPFUL FOR THE COUNTRY TO CONTINUE BEING A COLONY of anyone else, just kidding, i was seeing some naive comments here.

  • Why are you worry about it? your poeple don't get enough from Africa. European are the wost thing that ever happened to African people.

  • I don't worry about China I'm only worry about usless European devils who. Keep milk Africa down for free. Now he talk about China, they, European try to protected Africa for themselves enough is enough we don't want European nin Africa no more.

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  • I like how China is the only one really being blamed here – not so much the dictator. White people have colonized the whole PLANET but when an Asian country is doing it there's a channel led by a white man trying to expose them. That amount of bias and hypocrisy here is insane. I am not even a Chinese person and could see it from a mile away.

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  • China is buying up the whole world, nation by nation while the world sleeps and falls for their smiles and small eyes, however behind those smiles is a dagger, why do you think Hong Kongers refer to the Chinese as LOCUSTS? they gobble up and leave devastation in their wake.

  • China is buying up the whole world, nation by nation while the world sleeps and falls for their smiles and small eyes, however behind those smiles is a dagger, why do you think Hong Kongers refer to the Chinese as LOCUSTS? they gobble up and leave devastation in their wake.

  • China is buying up the whole world, nation by nation while the world sleeps and falls for their smiles and small eyes, however behind those smiles is a dagger, why do you think Hong Kongers refer to the Chinese as LOCUSTS? they gobble up and leave devastation in their wake.

  • 21st century colonial Africa under Mainland Communist Bandits China one absolute dictatorial rule.This is how China prove that they can do much better than the European did to Africa during the 19th century.

  • USA and EU exploited Cameroon so for and now China wants to have a piece of that action. What is the problem? Human rights have not been a problem for the west so far as long as they exploit the recourses. The only thing that is in danger here is the dominance of the west in the process of exploiting the country's recourses. The losers are the same. the people of Cameroon

  • Ya ya ya, the white people not only take their land but enslaved them for four hundred years! Sure you keep saying that white boy!

  • Imperialism didn't fail because of any inherent immorality. It failed over and over because, eventually, the economics of empire don't work. China should know this from their own history. The CCP are fools who refuse to learn from others mistakes, rather than their own. What a waste of time and resources!

  • you idiot who goes around throwing shit on a country that has done less damage to the world than us. Was china the one who attacked and killed millions in libya leaving them in poverty, iraq, iran, the entire middle east funding wars throw a misguided conception of peacefully demostrations, and democracy. BETTER GET A LIFE YOU PRICK AND STOP HATING . WE IN AFRICA STAND WITH CHINA. FUCK YOU AND YOU STUPID PROPAGANDAS

  • Africa: gib m0nies pl0x
    China: okok i will help u
    *Begins to build bases and steals resources *
    Africa: What r u doing?
    China: dont worry i am just halping u

  • Competition for natural resources is definitely A benefit for african countries. It is true that giving african dictatorships the option of china and russia, countries that do not ask about human rights, apparently the UN does not count as an issue, represents A reduction in the human rights level for african people. Whereas before african dictators might have feared being sanctioned by the west, now they can ignore the west and human rights entirely. There is also the threat of the unrealistic expectations of africa, had by the white liberals. They have repeatedly failed to nation build in the middle east, they have left smoking craters where they previously removed supposedly worse governments, who caused the deaths of far less people than the freedom that replaced them. The west seems critically two faced between A call on the part of half of the population of america and europe to treat africans equally to how they would treat europeans, with the same security measures and the same standards of capital punishment and collective punishment. And the other part of society, that does not demand equal behaviors on the part of africans to westerners, enabling stable governments that actually can serve as a blessing upon the black people. To be honest it does not seem that america and europe are able to function in Africa any more. They can't even talk about Baltimore. There will be screams of racism during the first conflict between police, soldiers, and some local street gangs or drug dealers. To many americans and europeans at this time are simply not able to deal with reality any more. Human rights pressure might be better to setup from africa locally, and in your own countries. If the chinese do not care then A counter force in A real media should be possible to setup. The white leftists in America and europe will simply not allow much real news coverage of black africa to occur. The tyrannies due to china might be more difficult, but the instability, death and chaos of anarchy that results from leftist policies is much worse. If you knew how dangerous black areas in america and europe are you would understand. The police are afraid of being called racist, so they don't go into huge black communities of millions of people at all. They are completely ruled by gangs, fanatics and drug dealers, with no moderates or secular counter balancing them, like exist in the middle east, Africa and the rest of the world, not crippled by the accusation of racism. Even the black communities of africa have police. It does not matter how many blacks die each year, because the news only talks about white racism. It is A human rights disaster, but who has the power to take america or the EU to the UN or international criminal court? That only happens when some dictator wants to say white people are racists and need to stop helping with their racist soldiers. There is no immediate sign of the champions of fighting white racism will lose any elections any time soon. in G-d I trust.

  • All asian countries near china and more are being basically swallowed by china we need to start an uprising campaign against china

  • Dam China Uncensored, you're late man, but keep on bad mouthing China in Africa. Africa is sick of western countries and is welcoming China. Billions are being trade not just what you mentioned in this channel. BUT Dont forget to mentioned of how the West is SUCKING Africa of its oil too.

  • Democracy does not work for countries that have persistent ethnic conflict, racial discrimination can never be solved under democratic government, but get worse with every administration after a revolution. However, Chinese socialism have the power to force educate different cultural and ethnic group to work and live together. They set a successful example for African countries to study and create a stable country for future economic growth. Following China doesn't promise democracy, but it will sure promise economic growth and stability, which is more beneficial for citizens than a useless vote.

  • Chinese companies are increasingly getting into the business of selling torture instruments, such as restraint chairs and spiked batons, to police departments in countries with miserable human rights records, Amnesty International claimed in a report
    most of the equipment is going to African countries where the rule of law is poor and where the potential for abuse is high, according to the respected human-rights watchdog.

  • Chinas bought land Africa in anticipation for the Grand Solar Minimum, one of the advantages in having a culture lasting for over 2000 years.
    They can and have tracked the weather/Sun cycles. Places that were desolate will now be lush and green again; like around the pyramids
    We are not getting global warming, we are getting a mini Ice age or a GSM, that can very well last up to 100 years. Places that were unlivable will now be, some places in the US wont be.
    We already had a taste early 2019 when we got sub temps that dropped down into the middle of the US. Its only going to stay colder for longer, until the Ice and snow no longer melt off.

  • When you get into an argument the bring up Western colonization and interventions, then you bring up the CCPs conquering of Tibet, the interventions in; Mongolia, Korea, Vietnam (Vietnam kicked them out), Laos, Cambodia, Thailand. They usually stop talking then because they realize that they are just as treacherous as the West, at least the West acknowledges peoples basic rights. The African nations being extorted will rise up, going to be like the Arab Spring but against the Chinese, I bet this is going to occur with five years to a decade with the West realizing Chinese expansionism.

  • personally, I think both east and west should not be trusted. Africans are too good. only Africans forgive and forget. only African don't preach evil about other races. the rest of the world demonizes black people worldwide. That Cameroon fake president should be kicked people are one, not shitty french Cameroon and shitty english Cameroon. He is evil and the spirits of our ancestors will deal with him. Cameroonians think deep, you are doing the bidding of the same people who enslaved you. be logic because you are one people. peace

  • Americans insulting China. Well why are countries turning towards China? Because they have good values. For example we Norwegian have a lot of oil and petroleum. For a long time we trade with the USA. But you are transforming into something we can't work with. If you keep living in sin and immorality we can't be your allies. You don't realize how conservative Europe is. For example Merkel is against gay marriage. She even voted against it! Did you even know that? Half of our political parties have Christian in their name. Start being conservative again, and we will stop working with China and Russia.

  • Watch China will put Africa in chain ! Big mistake these African worked with the Chinese Government! Watch and see how few corrupt will destroy Africa peoples .. matter of time !!!!

  • How is it that your channel is so successful at attracting guests who are informative, reasonable and of good nature?

  • That should be none of your business , European been in Africa for ever, you Devils destroyed the Africa, China who is not an evils bloods like you devils, they spend money not stolen. Money, thefts like you ,should stay away from China and African business., china is doing business , why don't this stupid guy, don't ask you how long United States and Europe been stolen money in Africa who it benefits all that times ?

  • African leaders who think that China is offering help must be blind, stupid, and deaf. China has been manipulating all of Africa, the Caribbean, and they lied their way into South America. China has victimized Africa and the Caribbean mainly due to the ease of further corrupting African leaders, and manipulating the uneducated and simple people. This is not going to end pretty!

  • My eyes are now open, give them loans and suddenly a crime happens and then extradition bill is up, well the governement can't say no CAUSE CHINA HAS U TIGHT!!!!

  • It's up to cameroun gov to spend their money wisely for their people. It's not china's responsibility to be accountable to the welfare of cameroun people although china has been building roads, infracstructure, bridges, trains etc for them.
    If china is taking advantage of cameroun, then borrow money from the west instead. It's as simple as that.

  • Really! lol this dude talks about human right,was it Chin a who invaded Iraq and other countries in the middle east, nope. It was the same countries who have been pillaging multiple countries around the world. This presenter and the stool who he talks to are full of shit, fucking brainwashed mugs lol.

  • Omg this is happening what I telling you about China country long time ago they are going to monopoly every country in the world because they are smart with manipulating people to do help poor country and next time going to take everything power in that country that is why it don’t try to asking help to China country because they are just like sheep but in real is wolves

  • Say no to ports, roads, rail and airports. They will use it to bring their army and drain your country bone-dry.

  • You bashing China is the same as Nazi bashing someone for killing jews lol…USA did so many crimes that everyone lost count…China is a mouse in comparison to them…

  • What about the west, don’t they want them too…it’s quite hilarious to hear you speak of Colonialism and not talk of the Devils from the west

  • Oh, dont think its great in the U.S either.. It only makes a facede that it cares for its people.. All the people that havent known or found their place are a pool of statistics.. They dont even know who or what they are but they have "rights".. Dont even know what right for their kid.. Stupid U.S..

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