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Should Taiwan give the finger to Singapore?

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Should Taiwan give the finger to Singapore?

Postby tommy525 » 19 Dec 2011, 13:49

http://www.chinapost.com.tw/taiwan/fore ... egedly.htm

The flock is all this about ? Singapore? What support they got to offer Taiwan anyway? They are so far up China's ass it aint even funny.

Maybe its ok for Taiwan to just finger Singapore ( uh I mean give it the finger) ??

(no wait, then maybe they will stop flights between the two places and I am planning to fly there from the wan )
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Re: Should Taiwan give the finger to Singapore?

Postby fh2000 » 19 Dec 2011, 15:38

Is Taiwan still training Singapore troops? I stationed in Jia-Yi 30 years ago along side a Singapore unit. You can tell they are Singapore soldiers because they wore much longer hair and look much happier. A Singapore military dentist fixed an aching tooth for me.
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Re: Should Taiwan give the finger to Singapore?

Postby tommy525 » 19 Dec 2011, 15:56

fh2000 wrote:Is Taiwan still training Singapore troops? I stationed in Jia-Yi 30 years ago along side a Singapore unit. You can tell they are Singapore soldiers because they wore much longer hair and look much happier. A Singapore military dentist fixed an aching tooth for me.


I think they are. Spore and Taiwan have spats now and then, but they are actually pretty close. Lee Kuan Yew is a bud of taiwans.

This is apparently a trade agreement spat.
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Re: Should Taiwan give the finger to Singapore?

Postby TainanCowboy » 19 Dec 2011, 17:15

fh2000 wrote:Is Taiwan still training Singapore troops? I stationed in Jia-Yi 30 years ago along side a Singapore unit. You can tell they are Singapore soldiers because they wore much longer hair and look much happier. A Singapore military dentist fixed an aching tooth for me.

NO.
Bad blood right now between the two.

On a side note, it look like the U.S. Navy might be opening a permanent base in Singapore.

Damn shame. I've been hoping they would chose Kaohsiung. I'd really like to open a "real" Navy bar there.
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Re: Should Taiwan give the finger to Singapore?

Postby tommy525 » 19 Dec 2011, 17:27

The DPP run south would welcome a US navy base. But the KMT run north would not so much as they are so busy cheeking up to the CCP. Maybe taiwan needs to split into NOrth and South Taiwan?
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Re: Should Taiwan give the finger to Singapore?

Postby REPLICANT » 19 Dec 2011, 17:51

fh2000 wrote:Is Taiwan still training Singapore troops? I stationed in Jia-Yi 30 years ago along side a Singapore unit. You can tell they are Singapore soldiers because they wore much longer hair and look much happier. A Singapore military dentist fixed an aching tooth for me.



Singaporeans have been on some TV shows about the training. Looks like they have a lot of fun
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Re: Should Taiwan give the finger to Singapore?

Postby tommy525 » 20 Dec 2011, 00:30

Singapore is like a utopian socialist city/state. Now they are learning commie written mando. NOt far from the red zone are they eh?
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