Sunday, December 16, 2012

China tells Obama: More U.S. gun control. Now.

Chi-coms to Obama: Man up and implement gun control. Regardless of U.S. domestic resistance.

From China's Xinhua news agency:
For all that, the latest heartbreaking deaths of the 20 schoolchildren aged five to 10 have made the crime especially unbearable. Many people can't help but turn to the dim hope once again: the gunman's cruelty and evil may provide a strong momentum and broader public support for the restart of gun control efforts. Moreover, with no re-election pressure, President Obama is currently in the best position to promote it. 
Obama said of the latest tragedy the country had "been through this too many times," and it was time to put aside political differences and "take meaningful action to prevent more tragedies like this." 
Some people have noticed Obama's tougher tone this time, compared to the Colorado shooting, when he called for "prayer and reflection." 
Action speaks louder than words. If Obama wants to take practical measures to control guns, he has to make preparation for a protracted war and considerable political cost.
Do the Chinese know this might well trigger a U.S. civil war? Is that their intent?

1 comment:

  1. A civil war would be an added benefit for China. Their primary purpose is to have an unarmed civilian populace when their military arrives on our shoreline.