Thursday, March 02, 2006

China Reacts to Indo-US N-deal: Abandon your Nukes

march 3rd

note to chinese dictator: india will happily abandon nuclear weapons as soon as you withdraw from occupied sinkiang, tibet and hongkong, remove nuclear weapons and missiles from pakistan, and give up your own nuclear weapons.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Mohan


Abandon nuclear weapons, China tells India

Reuters

Beijing, March 2, 2006

China urged India to abandon nuclear weapons and strengthen atomic
safeguards as President George W Bush and the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh
sealed a controversial nuclear pact on Thursday.

Under the deal signed while Bush visited Delhi, the United States offered
India nuclear fuel and technology in return for India agreeing to put a wall
between its civilian and military nuclear facilities and place its civilian
programme under international inspections.

Some US lawmakers and nuclear experts have criticised the deal, saying it
weakens international safeguards, especially the nuclear Non-Proliferation
Treaty, which India has refused to join.

China added its voice to these misgivings on Thursday.

India should sign the NPT and also dismantle its nuclear weapons, a
spokesman for China's Foreign Ministry, Qin Gang, told a news briefing in
Beijing.

"As a signatory country, China hopes non-signatory countries will join it as
soon as possible as non-nuclear weapon states, thereby contributing to
strengthening the international non-proliferation regime," he said.

Qin said current international safeguards on nuclear weapons were the
hard-won product of many countries' efforts and should not be weakened by
exceptions.

"China hopes that concerned countries developing cooperation in peaceful
nuclear uses will pay attention to these efforts. The cooperation should
conform with the rules of international non-proliferation mechanisms," he
said.

The NPT grants China, the United States, Russia, France and Britain status
as nuclear weapons states, but bars other signatory countries from having
such weapons.

China has been pursuing nuclear power cooperation with Pakistan, India's
long-time rival, and has also hosted stalled six-party talks on North
Korea's nuclear weapons programme.

Pyongyang withdrew from the NPT in 2003, after the United States accused it
of enriching uranium for weapons.

China urged Iran on Thursday to cooperate with the UN nuclear watchdog and
suspend nuclear enrichment activities, adding to rising international
pressure on Tehran.

"China hopes Iran will fully cooperate with the agency and clarify the
unresolved questions about its nuclear programme and will restore the
international community's confidence in Iran," ministry spokesman Qin said.

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INDIA SHOULD NOW TELL CHINA: "AFTER YOU, OF COURSE..."


4 comments:

KapiDhwaja said...

note to chinese dictator: india will happily abandon nuclear weapons as soon as you withdraw from occupied sinkiang, tibet and hongkong, remove nuclear weapons and missiles from pakistan, and give up your own nuclear weapons.


While you are at it, dont forget that China still occupies 1/3 of Kashmir, viz Aksai Chin. China also doesn't recognize Arunachal Pradesh as an Indian state.

Let the Chinese bastards first vacate our territory, before giving us sanctimonious lectures on abandoning nukes.

Santhosh said...

Chinese response sounds stupid, immature and kind of pissed off already

Apollo said...

china pretends to be anti-imperialist workers socialist paradise.

In reality it is exactly the opposite. it is a greedy, imperialist and inhuman state which will do anything to get its way

the only way to check its raging madness is to stand up to it and not let it bully anyone.

cyniclearner said...

how long do you think it will take for communists like Karat and Surjeet to endorse and replicate their master's view ?

btw, I m not upto date on Surjeet ..is that old nutcase dead already ?