July 13, 2009
Posted: 1515 GMT

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ayuk jackson   July 13th, 2009 4:23 pm ET

China should never evenn be an international player. Their influence in Africa today is breeding more TYRANS and i hope CNN doesn't just report on IRAN but thepowerlessness and rightlessness of the poors in Africa (CENTRAL AFRICA)

TIRDAD GHARIB   July 13th, 2009 6:16 pm ET

Good evenning Dear Hala Good Evennning To All, China is in a Difficult Position ,Ofcourse I feel so Sad for All the Killings That Occured . They are Innocent People, China Needs to Understand It is Not By force and Killings that They Will Solve This Atrocities,Of Innocent Muslims, As A christian Myself I have Learned To Always Respect Every religion, The older i get the more I think that They Are Good and Bads in every Race ,colour. religinon. The fact Of the Matter Is i hope One day christians Muslims Jewish ,Buddhist .All can Live Side by side Like Brothers and Sisters Respect Is.. The Number One issue In life Not Money Not Power Infront Of God We all Are the same,Very Sincerlly Yours see You On Tv, Tirdad

James W. Hawkins   July 13th, 2009 6:35 pm ET

China has an ethnic unrest problem like many other countries. What is the "international community" supposed to do? What workable leverage is there against China in order to effect change? Only internal good will and common sense will prevail, and it must begin in China.

Vic Benedicto   July 13th, 2009 7:13 pm ET

Why should you and I or CNN interfere in China's internal problems?
Why not fix your own personal problems first. like your marriage, mortgage, arrears, bank loan, paycheck, health, overweight, love life, your spouse, y our relations with your neighbors, the neighborhood "bully", etc.
or fix your own country's problems, pay your taxes, or protest the taxes you pay, etc.

Fawad   July 14th, 2009 4:27 am ET

No.But I also think media is not doing any good either.This crisis in China seems quite similar to the crisis we are having in Iran(which has caught everyone's attention.)

anams   July 14th, 2009 8:38 am ET

i really do appreciate most of obama's speech on africa but i still feel he didnt say enough to make any meaningful impact especially in nigeria.nigerian leaders find solace in corruption and seem unperturbed by obama's speech.corruption is the rule rather than the exception.obama's words to them are simply rhetorics,they couldnt care less especially when they have more millions to embezzle....

anams   July 14th, 2009 8:55 am ET

in many places of the world we find democracy but in nigeria what we find is a demo of crazy rule and leaders hence democrazy.people without values are at the helm of affairs.this is where Obama's war in Africa should be focused. on correcting the evils in the system without which i can categorically state that there will be NO CHANGE in governance in Nigeria in a billion years

Arzoz   July 18th, 2009 4:33 am ET

everybody should be informed that some countries same as Iran, china ,Russia , .... are killing their people , because these governments are dictator.
So we don't expect China change it's attitude.
innocent people in china same as Iranian people are been killing by these tyrant regimes.

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