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Beijing Shows True Human Rights Views- Sudanese Leader to Visit China

Posted by w_thames_the_d on June 17, 2011

According to Time, “Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir is, officially, a wanted man. On March 4, the International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant for the 65-year-old on charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity in Darfur — the first warrant ever issued by the court for a sitting head of state.”
So of course the man is welcome in China and will visit some time in June. I guess this says a lot about China, her belief about human rights and what kind of country/dictatorship is running her.

4 Responses to “Beijing Shows True Human Rights Views- Sudanese Leader to Visit China”

  1. gowron said

    Pttttth without the South Sudan, and eventually Darfur, Sudan is useless, it’s a desert. And the South is very very eager to get Americans in there, as China supported the killing of their people. With the inevitable fall of Lybia, China’s source for oil is going to be very jeapordized, what they will get it from Manchuria and Xinnang? With Canada’s opening of the Shale, Canada will start to play an even greater role against the reds. I guess China will just have to get it from Chavez ha ha ha.

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