2020-12-01

Australian Prime Minister was bombed by Chinese cartoons? The truth from a British scholar

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According to the Australian Sky News, recently, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison asked China to formally apologize on the grounds that China Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesman Zhao Lijian”published and forged a propaganda picture of an Australian soldier who had cut his throat.

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In this regard, the spokesperson of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs Hua Chunying retorted at a regular press conference on the 30th Said that Australian soldiers committed serious crimes in Afghanistan. This was reported by the Australian media itself and was confirmed by the Australian Ministry of Defense investigation report.

Hua Chunying said that the Australian side reacted so strongly to my colleague’s personal tweets to show that there are soldiers in Australia who coldly killed innocent civilians in Afghanistan. However, some people condemned this cold crime, but it is unreasonable. ? What the Australian government should do is to reflect deeply, bring the perpetrators to justice, make a formal apology to the Afghan people, and solemnly promise to the international community that this terrible crime will never be committed again.

Some foreign scholars and netizens also expressed their views on Morrison’s”Anonymous Fire”. Martin Jacques, a former senior researcher at the Department of Politics and International Studies at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom, said on Twitter quite representative.

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“What the hell is Morrison’s anger?’Photo’? I don’t think it is. What really annoys him is that he believes that the Chinese have no right to comment on the Australian Special Forces’ murder in Afghanistan .”

Below this tweet, many netizens praised Martin Jacques. One of the netizens said:”I think what really annoys him is that he did not expect that the Chinese would also comment on their misconduct. This is a tactic used by Australians and other countries against China. Don’t forget, in the past. Almost all the time, China has been desperately defending itself.”

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Some people think Morrison’s expression is inappropriate.

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“No one knew about this’photo’ before he lost his temper. Why didn’t he contact the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to discuss it privately? What happened to diplomacy?”

Some netizens mentioned Australia The mentality of”white supremacy” is at odds.

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“Again, the mentality of white supremacy. If a person is ready to criticize others, be prepared to be criticized in the same way. I don’t understand why these leaders have not learned the power of’silence is gold’ . His criticism will only make things worse.”

The incident was so dynamic that the original author of the painting came out to respond. On November 30, the author of the painting Wu He Qilin said in an interview with the media about this matter:”Morrison should face the reality and focus and focus on his country’s affairs, such as managing his country well. The discipline of the troops stationed abroad, so as to prevent similar international tragedies from happening again, can be regarded as a contribution to mankind. (Morrison should) focus less on condemning and being an ordinary painter of other countries Creation based on facts put pressure on.”

He also said that if he has energy, he might draw another picture to respond.

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