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五百八十亿美元换来一记响亮的耳光
送交者: 公孙明 2016年05月13日07:47:46 于 [军事天地] 发送悄悄话

五百八十亿美元换来一记响亮的耳光

公孙明  05/13/2016

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习 近平去年十月带着老婆彭妹妹访问英国,以堂堂中国最高领袖的身份兴高彩烈地获得英女皇的伟大“召见”。杯酒言欢之后,我们的大大土豪地送出了一张总值五百 八十亿美元的支票,使得那死气沉沉的英国经济又活了过来,跟那个用中国劳工的血汗救美国就是救中国,做美国工人好朋友的温大总理家宝有得一比。

风 光回国后,国内的报章媒体当然也跟着头条地替习近平干些骄其妻妾的勾当,让习近平脸上着实光彩了不少。而当我们还在感叹从前英国人用鸦片和船坚炮利几乎榨 光了中国人白花花银子的时候,习近平用五百八十亿美元来证明中国是个嫌钱太多以德报怨的国度,也算得上是种千奇百怪的报仇方式!

但更精彩的还在后头。这个头发也是白花花的老女皇在跟下属讨论习近平这次访英活动时居然给了习近平一记响亮的耳光。消息转回中国,习近平这个身兼网路和媒体大总管的当然下令一个字都不能泄露,大陆的网民大多数都无缘得知这个光荣的事件了。

帝国主义者亡我之心不死,这句话怎地这么快就被忘记了,而且是由当前的中国共产党带头?毛主席,您魂兮归来!

如有疑问,请看下面一则英文的报导,你看不懂英文的话,自己负责:

British 'barbarians' need manners lesson, says China paper

https://www.yahoo.com/news/british-barbarians-manners-lesson-says-china-paper-055132151.html

AFP  May 12, 2016

Beijing (AFP) - The British media is riddled with "barbarians" who would benefit from a lesson in manners from China's ancient civilisation, a state-run newspaper said Thursday after Queen Elizabeth II called some Chinese officials "very rude".

In a rare diplomatic gaffe, the British monarch was caught on camera at a Buckingham Palace garden party making unguarded comments about a state visit last year by President Xi Jinping that drummed up billions in Chinese investment.

The remarks made headlines worldwide on Wednesday but initially they were largely censored in China, blacked out of BBC World transmissions, according to the British broadcaster.

The Global Times newspaper, which is close to China's ruling Communist Party, blamed the British media for blowing the incident out of proportion and fawning over the footage as if it was "the most precious treasure".

"The West in modern times has risen to the top and created a brilliant civilisation, but their media is full of reckless 'gossip fiends' who bare their fangs and brandish their claws and are very narcissistic, retaining the bad manners of 'barbarians'," it said in an editorial.

"As they experience constant exposure to the 5,000 years of continuous Eastern civilisation, we believe they will make progress" when it comes to manners, it added in the Chinese-language piece, which was not published in English.

London and Beijing have both proclaimed a new "golden era" of relations between the former imperial power -- whose forces repeatedly invaded China in the 19th century -- and the rising Asian giant, now the world's second-largest economy.

Xi's trip in October saw a clutch of contracts announced, which Cameron said were worth almost $58 billion.

At the time the overseas edition of the People's Daily, the Communist Party's official mouthpiece, breathlessly portraying the visit as the start of a beautiful friendship.

But in her recorded comments the Queen commiserated with a police commander for her "bad luck" in having to oversee security for Xi and his wife.

Members of the Chinese delegation "were very rude to the ambassador", the monarch said, exclaiming: "Extraordinary!"

- 'Exposing itself' -

A columnist at Chinese website "Today's Headlines" recalled visible mutual discomfort during the three-day sojourn, describing it as "thought-provoking awkwardness" and adding it "primarily arose out of cultural and political differences".

On Chinese social media posters decried Britain's lack of awareness and understanding of Chinese ways, noting "an arrogance which makes them feel they needn't bother to learn".

"Every country's customs are different, OK - not all people must cater to you," wrote a commenter on the Twitter-like Sina Weibo.

Others were ashamed.

"We're already embarrassed by talk about what our average people get up to abroad," said one. "Being embarrassed by our officials abroad is even worse."

The British monarch never expresses overtly political views in public and is known for her discretion, never granting an interview in her 64-year reign.

But her comments came as British Prime Minister David Cameron was recorded calling Nigeria and Afghanistan "possibly the two most corrupt countries in the world", heaping scrutiny on the tete-a-tetes of British leadership.

"Even among Western countries, Britain is most frequently 'caught with its pants down' and 'exposing itself'," the Global Times editorial said.

But it added that it would be "unthinkable" for British authorities to have deliberately leaked the royal footage, as "if they had deliberately done so, that would have been truly crude and rude".
The paper shrugged off the Queen's comments themselves as "not a big deal", stating: "Chinese diplomats
surely also scoff at British bureaucrats in private."

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