Will China Colonize and Incorporate Siberia?YES, according The Asia Times.do Y agree?

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  1. litwin

    litwin Well-Known Member

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    do you agree with Richard Rousseau ?
    http://hir.harvard.edu/will-china-colonize-and-incorporate-siberia

     
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    the key word is "return home" people migrate to where the good live are. there is no good live in seberia. there is a reason why so few live in seberia, when most time its winter. same reason so few live in alaska or northen canada. next time you gonna say china gonna migrate to antarctica. keep it up your conspiracy.
     
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    at least 50 % of Han Chinese disagree with you “Now every second Chinese arrives in Russia with a firm intention not to go back to China", The Asia Times , May 27, 2006 .
     
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    Yes, and the sly Chinese are doing it by stealth. Siberia has a population of only eight million, and China's reserve army alone is seven and a half million. In time the Russian women will marry the hard working Chinese and then a new beautiful race will appear. Hmmm! Maybe it should be called Chiberia? :confuse:

    Oh if forgot, the Chinese will be baptized in Russia. It was prophesied a long, long time ago.
     
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    2006?

    Seriously....you are obsessed with your buddy Hans.
     
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    do you think that numbers have changed in 2013?
     
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    from today http://mir-politika.ru/4310-suschestvuet-li-ugroza-rossii-so-storony-kitaya-okonchanie.html http://translate.google.com/?tl=ru#ru/en/

     
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    Russia has a large number of nuclear weapons. So just how can China colonize and absorb Eastern Siberia? In pre-nuclear days, I would say this was an obvious outcome but with nukes the rules are changed.
     
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    we talk here more about a demographic - economical conquest of Siberia
     
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    The only Chinese characteristic 2nd generation Hans retain is their eyes .
    Power wise it is far more probable Russia to incorporate a vast area with dead bodies if things go wrong.
     
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    China and Russia are buddies now, I don't see them colonising each other any time soon. And if China was planning on colonising anywhere it would be incredibly dumb of them to colonise Siberia. China doesn't even need more unproductive land, they need land where they can grow crops - not Siberia. China has entire freshly built unused cities, they don't need to expand.
     
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    There are more Chinese in the USA and Canada than Russia both in total numbers and as a percentage of the population. Russia has strict immigration laws by western standards and I don't think there is much political pressure to change this. I also can't see China wanting to risk relations with their most powerful non-US aligned neighbour who would likely take offence if they thought the Chinese government was encouraging their citizens to break Russian immigration laws.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Overseas_Chinese
     
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    two super powers can not be buddies , you should know it ...
    wrong,

     
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    Chinese government promises to Russian counterpart the huge benefits, Hans are pushing their agenda daily
     
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    its call immgration, and its in good part of russia, not in siberia.
     
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    they are not superpower, major power yes, and they both have strategic interest, such as counter US influence in the region.
     
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    change word superpower to major power, or regional superpower it will not change the meaning
     
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    the new chinese president visit russia 1st after he become chinese president, that say something about their relationship. china has huge deal with russia in energy, strategetic etc.
     
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    Somebody, please ask Putin what he thinks of Chinese colonizing Siberia? :)
     
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    Putin would probably say that China is their second or third worry. Their first worry would be the Ottomans below and their troublemaking in the ME, Balkans and especially the Caucasus.. Russia has been pulling its forces from the East and West, and has started a massive build up in the South. :cynic:
     
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    it shows only the importance Russian natural resources for china´s future

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    Putin sees Turkey only as cheap vacation place , and nothing more ...
     
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    ok you can go with your consirpiracy theory, china has plenty$$$ to buy from russia, and siberia is not where you call paradise or even fertile land. there is a reason soviet put prisoner there.
     
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    its the economist and professionals like Svetlana Soboleva call Siberia for future fertile land. i have seen hans slaves by myself locked inside the houses which they were building, like the wild animals...
     
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    I don't see how Russian nukes are relevant. The migrants are not officially acting under some sort of Chinese policy. Eventually, Chinese populations in Siberia will be a fait accompli, and there won't be anything that the Russians can do about it. They are in a demographic death spiral and in a century or so won't be in a position to push the Chinese out if they wanted to. They will probably end up accepting a cash payment for the territory.
     
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    Russia and China are no more buddies than you are with someone with whom you share an enemy. They don't trust each other any further than a Chinaman's dick is not long.
     

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