Abuses in China ensure that democracy...

Abuses in China ensure that democracy will come

There are 8 comments on the The Washington Post story from Jul 6, 2012, titled Abuses in China ensure that democracy will come. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

Hu Jia, a human rights activist, was arrested in 2007 and spent more than three years in prison in China.

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SICK MAN OF ASIA

Fremont, CA

#1 Jul 6, 2012
WHY CHINA'S FEUDAL PERIOD WAS SO LONG?

WHY LAST EMPEROR PUYI 1911 TO RED-EMPEROR CHICKEN MAO 1949

CHINA: 1911/1949: BABY PUYI TO RED EMPEROR CHICKEN MAO 1911/1949.

FAMINES IN 1950S 1960S

Why called the "SICK MAN OF ASIA"

Why the """CENTURY OF HUMILIATION"""

"""CENTURY OF SHAME"

1911/1949: PUYI TO RED-EMPEROR MAO.

FAMINES IN THE 1950S 1960S.

Public Domain Article. Article in Public Domain.
Why China's Feudal Period Was So Long??????
How come China missed the Missed the Science-Age, Industrial-Age and Not Invent the Modern Internet?????
From the earliest times down to the middle of the 19th century, Chinese society went through three stages
a) primitive society
b) slave society, and
c) feudal society.
The Xia dynasty ruled over a slave society.In the Shang period there was definitely a slave system, as inscriptions on oracle bones showed how slaves were used and ill-treated.During the Western Zhou(1066 - 771 BC)or Eastern Zhou(770 - 256 BC) Chinese society entered the feudal stage.
This social system was to last more than 2,500 years until it was shaken by foreign cannons during the Opium War.But the social system remained unchanged--it was essentially feudal though seeds of capitalism did appear.

#1. A predominant Nature-based, farm-based economy. This was the economic foun- dation of the feudal system. Throughout the country the peasants, who made up over 90 percent of the population, produced and made nearly everything for themselves, and not for the market. They grew rice or wheat or corn, and they also raised pigs, goats and chickens, and grew vegetables. They grew cotton and hemp, and wove very coarse cloth with their handlooms.
They made their own tools, furniture and other things they used. In short, there were very few things that they had to buy from shops in town.

#2.A stable feudal political system. For about 2,000 years from the Qin to the end of the Qing dynasty, the country was governed more or less in the same way. There were modifications from dyansty to dynasty in the organization and workings of the government, but there were very 'few fundamental changes in the main structure of the political system. All powers were in the hands of the emperor alone, who was assisted by a group of ministers led by the prime minister.
Scholars who had passed certain examinations were given government posts, and some of them understood the problems and wishes of the people.In spite of its undemocratic nature and many faults, this political system seemed to suit the social conditions on the whole. Except when there were wars or great political upheavals, the country was ef- fectively governed and law and order were maintained.
#3. A highly-developed feudal culture. Chinese culture was highly developed in the feudal period. It played an important part in keeping the country unified, though it had such a large area and such a huge size of population;in maintaining the continuity of Chinese history; and in resisting the cultures of those nationalities which at one time or another ruled China.
These ideas were helpful to the stability of feudal rule. Confucianism valued ancient traditions, such as the institutions of the Western Zhou, and gave great respect to ancient sages like Yao, Shun, Yu, King Wen, King Wu and the Duke of Zhou, taking their rule as the model for all ages. In other words, it taught people to look backwards, Not forward.

There were of course other factors. One of them was China's lack of contact with the outside world. There was some foreign influence on Chinese culture. Bud- dhism, for instance, came from India. But foreign influence never changed the character of Chinese culture. Chinese society and culture developed along their own path until the outbreak of the Opium War in 1840.
What about years 2000-2050 ???
21st. century. The years from 2000-2050?
Commies SciFi

Redwood City, CA

#4 Jul 6, 2012
Our Human being all are born in Democracy and Freedom.

If you were born in Communist country, your parent will be the Communist Party, not your biological parent.

Not only Human being, if you buy a house, you are the owner on the house for taxes but the real house property owner is your Communist Party, that CP can decide for you or take your house property anytime as the CP wants.

Goto court ? CP's law is a jungle law.
SICK MAN OF ASIA

Fremont, CA

#6 Feb 17, 2013
WHY CHINA'S FEUDAL PERIOD WAS SO LONG?????
WHY LAST EMPEROR PUYI 1911
TO RED-EMPEROR CHICKEN MAO 1949
CHINA: 1911/1949: BABY PUYI TO RED EMPEROR CHICKEN MAO 1911/1949.
FAMINES IN 1950S 1960S
Why called the """"SICK MAN OF ASIA"""
Why the """CENTURY OF HUMILIATION"""
"""CENTURY OF SHAME"
1911/1949: PUYI TO RED-EMPEROR MAO.
FAMINES IN THE 1950S 1960S.
Public Domain Article. Article in Public Domain.
Why China's Feudal Period Was So Long??????
How come China missed the Missed the Science-Age, Industrial-Age and Not Invent the Modern Internet?????
From the earliest times down to the middle of the 19th century, Chinese society went through three stages
a) primitive society
b) slave society, and
c) feudal society.
The Xia dynasty ruled over a slave society.In the Shang period there was definitely a slave system, as inscriptions on oracle bones showed how slaves were used and ill-treated.During the Western Zhou(1066 - 771 BC)or Eastern Zhou(770 - 256 BC) Chinese society entered the feudal, permanent, primative stage.
This social system was to last more than 2,000 years until it was shaken by foreign cannons during the Opium War in 1840.
But the social system remained unchanged--it was essentially feudal though seeds of free-market capitalism did appear.
#1. A predominant Nature-based, farm-based land. economy. This was the economic foundation of the feudal system. Throughout the country the peasants, who made up over 80% percent of the population, produced and made nearly everything for themselves, and not for the market.
They grew rice or wheat or corn, and they also raised pigs, goats and chickens, and grew vegetables. They grew cotton and hemp, and wove very coarse cloth with their handlooms.
They made their own tools, furniture and other things they used. In short, there were very few things that they had to buy from shops in town.
#2.A stable feudal political system. For about 2,000 years from the Qin to the end of the Qing dynasty, the country was governed more or less in the same way.
There were modifications from dyansty to dynasty in the organization and workings of the government, but there were very 'few fundamental changes in the main structure of the political system.

#3. A highly-developed feudal culture. Chinese culture was highly developed in the feudal period.
It played an important part in keeping the country unified, though it had such a large area and such a huge size of population;in maintaining the continuity of Chinese history; and in resisting the cultures of those nationalities which at one time or another ruled China.
These ideas were helpful to the stability of feudal rule. Confucianism (dead 2500 ago) valued ancient traditions, such as the institutions of the Western Zhou, and gave great respect to ancient sages like Yao, Shun, Yu, King Wen, King Wu and the Duke of Zhou, taking their rule as the model for all ages.
In other words, it taught people to look backwards,
Not forward to the future.
There were of course other factors. One of them was China's lack of contact with the outside world.
There was some foreign influence on Chinese culture. Buddha-cult, for instance, came from India.
But foreign influence never changed the character of Chinese culture.
Chinese society and culture developed along their own path until the outbreak of the Opium War in 1840.
China lost all wars from 1840-1949.
1911/1949.
Manchu emperor puyi in 1911
to red emperor chicken mao 1949
What about years 2000-2050 ???
21st. century. The years from 2000-2050?
SICK MAN OF ASIA

Fremont, CA

#7 Feb 17, 2013
world want to know the truth about china.

1. sick man of asia.

2. century of shame.

3. Not one free vote, free elections in 2000-years.

4. Why workers are making 25 cents an hour???
FREE CONGRESS

Fremont, CA

#9 Oct 27, 2013
FREE VOTE

FREE CONGRESS.

All large nations like

Russia

india

japan

korea

taiwan

USA

brazil

Free vote.

Free election

Free Congress.

Free vote for a Free china.

Free vote for Free Congress.

Free vote for Free president...
SICK MAN OF ASIA 1911

Fremont, CA

#10 Jan 23, 2014
1911 LAST EMPEROR PUYI TO RED CHICKEN MAO.

WHY MEDIEVAL CHINA LASTED TILL 1911/1949 ???

WHY FEUDAL CHINA LASTED TILL 1911/1949 ???

#1. A predominant Nature-based, farm-based land. economy. This was the economic foundation of the feudal system. Throughout the country the peasants, who made up over 80% percent of the population, produced and made nearly everything for themselves, and not for the market.
They grew rice or wheat or corn, and they also raised pigs, goats and chickens, and grew vegetables. They grew cotton and hemp, and wove very coarse cloth with their handlooms.
They made their own tools, furniture and other things they used. In short, there were very few things that they had to buy from shops in town.

#2.A stable feudal political system. For about 2,000 years from the Qin to the end of the Qing dynasty, the country was governed more or less in the same way.
There were modifications from dyansty to dynasty in the organization and workings of the government, but there were very 'few fundamental changes in the main structure of the political system.

#3. A highly-developed feudal culture. Chinese culture was highly developed in the feudal period.
It played an important part in keeping the country unified, though it had such a large area and such a huge size of population;in maintaining the continuity of Chinese history; and in resisting the cultures of those nationalities which at one time or another ruled China.
These ideas were helpful to the stability of feudal rule. Confucianism (dead 2500 ago) valued ancient traditions, such as the institutions of the Western Zhou, and gave great respect to ancient sages like Yao, Shun, Yu, King Wen, King Wu and the Duke of Zhou, taking their rule as the model for all ages.
In other words, it taught people to look backwards,
Not forward to the future.
There were of course other factors. One of them was China's lack of contact with the outside world.
There was some foreign influence on Chinese culture. Buddha-HOAX, for instance, came from India.
But foreign influence never changed the character of Chinese culture.
Chinese society and culture developed along their own path until the outbreak of the Opium War in 1840.
China lost all wars from 1840-1949.
1911/1949.
Manchu emperor puyi in 1911
to red emperor chicken mao 1949
What about years 2000-2050 ???
21st. century. The years from 2000-2050?
idiots united

Seattle, WA

#11 Jan 24, 2014
It just takes toppling of few dominos for big fat ruthless reckless arrogant china to implode on her own weight. Their food supplies is one vital point to that impending implosion.
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Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia

#12 Feb 5, 2014
idiots united wrote:
It just takes toppling of few dominos for big fat ruthless reckless arrogant china to implode on her own weight. Their food supplies is one vital point to that impending implosion.
Food supply will not be a problem. Chinese eat anything the moves ...from rats, snakes to Gorillas - you name it they ate it. Now here's the interesting part...you can now even find in Chinese markets meat made of cardboard, synthetic noodles, brown rice and eggs etc.

So being short of food supply is no danger to the Ching Chongs.

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