Code Rood wrote:I see that people are comparing stuff to the Nazis again. It's so simplistic and boomeristic. Come on guys. Even if there are a few similarities, China is still a complete different animal.
Besides, many people are going to have a hard time taking your plight seriously if you constantly make it about Hitler and the Nazis. How many times have we heard about the ''new Hitler'' crap or someone being called ''literally Hitler'', trying to get guilt ridden Westerners all riled up and distracted?
First, I cannot find the meaning of the word "boomeristic". Perhaps some explanation is required.
Second, I personally agree to make this analogy as few times as possible, because I see Nazism to be some means that requires a well-defined end to be justified. The historical Nazis failed because the majority of their mix is unacceptable, e.g. unfounded racism, (industrial) extermination, not to mention their eagerness of expansion (as "reclamation of their historical rights").
It is the last
point that China is currently replicating. If they continue this path, it probably will take a hot
war, and deaths of hundreds of millions if not billions, to have the situation resolved, no matter in China's favour or not
is why the analogy is used -- it sounds more like a warning to the West: If you continue your appeasement like this, when China attacks you, it will be a very
Of course, considering human nature of not fixing things until it's actually broken, it is no surprise that such warning falls onto deaf ears.