Melamine-tainted milk products found in China

Jan 25, 2010 Full story: The State 11

Melamine-tainted milk products have been pulled from convenience store shelves in southern China more than a year after hundreds of thousands of children were sickened in a massive milk safety scandal, a government spokeswoman said Monday.

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Mirolyuba

Port Moody, Canada

#1 Jan 25, 2010
For the FOURTH TIME in THREE YEARS!

But to nobody's surprise.

Considering the callousness, incompetence, and corruption of the Chinese Communist Party!
TRUTH IN REPORTING

New York, NY

#2 Jan 25, 2010
The same episode was republished 4 times, Why was that?

Anit-China bashing?!
Mirolyuba

Port Moody, Canada

#3 Jan 26, 2010
It is yet another case OF THE EXACT SAME FAILURE ON THE PART OF THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY to regulate an industry ESSENTIAL to China's children and future!

The CCP morons shoot a few scapegoats and say they have "now regulated" the industry. But on the ground it is business as usual, and CENSORSHIP is used to hide the FACT of Chinese Communist Party INCOMPETENCE from the people and even thereby endanger their children, but keep the CCP in power.

Poor, poor China.

But you are paid your "wu mao" to try and spin their failures as well as their crimes, aren't you?
BRAD PITTH

New York, NY

#4 Jan 26, 2010
BTW who's this 'CCP' you're always mentioning?
BRAD PITT

New York, NY

#5 Jan 26, 2010
Mirolyuba wrote:
For the FOURTH TIME in THREE YEARS!
But to nobody's surprise.
Considering the callousness, incompetence, and corruption of the Chinese Communist Party!
E-coli riddled hamburg meat has been recalled more than 8 times in the US in the same time but who's counting?
Brad Pitt

New York, NY

#6 Jan 26, 2010
Not eight but 80 times on that E-coli, sorry.

Here's some American lead for the kiddies;

For many kids, lead threat is right in their own homes
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MILWAUKEE The house is not the biggest on the block, but Blanca de la Cruz's brick bungalow, on a quiet street south of downtown, is swept and tidy, with twin pots of vivid pink petunias hanging from the front porch. She keeps a close watch on her two boys, 9-year-old Saul and 3-year-old Miguel.
So she was puzzled and scared last February when, over the course of just a few days, Miguel began acting oddly: He was clumsy, irritable and high-strung. She took him for a checkup and four days later got a bold-faced letter from the city health department that said Miguel was "probably lead-poisoned."

Pediatricians ring alarm bells when a child's blood tests show lead levels above 10 ug/dL (micrograms per deciliter) of blood. A microgram is a millionth of a gram; a deciliter is one-tenth of a liter.

A blood test put Miguel's blood lead level at 33 ug/dL. A few more points and he would have had to be hospitalized. A city inspector visited the house, wipe-tested surfaces throughout and found what he expected: The lead was coming from paint dust created by years of opening and closing the home's windows.
Mirolyuba

Port Moody, Canada

#7 Jan 27, 2010
How many incidences of E-coli in CCP China?

"State Secret", eh?

Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha!

It is yet another case OF THE EXACT SAME FAILURE ON THE PART OF THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY to regulate an industry ESSENTIAL to China's children and future!

The CCP morons shoot a few scapegoats and say they have "now regulated" the industry. But on the ground it is business as usual, and CENSORSHIP is used to hide the FACT of Chinese Communist Party INCOMPETENCE from the people and even thereby endanger their children, but keep the CCP in power.

Poor, poor China.

But you are paid your "wu mao" to try and spin their failures as well as their crimes, aren't you?
HU J TAO

New York, NY

#8 Jan 27, 2010
Mirolyuba wrote:
How many incidences of E-coli in CCP China?
"State Secret", eh?
Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha!
It is yet another case OF THE EXACT SAME FAILURE ON THE PART OF THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY to regulate an industry ESSENTIAL to China's children and future!
The CCP morons shoot a few scapegoats and say they have "now regulated" the industry. But on the ground it is business as usual, and CENSORSHIP is used to hide the FACT of Chinese Communist Party INCOMPETENCE from the people and even thereby endanger their children, but keep the CCP in power.
Poor, poor China.
But you are paid your "wu mao" to try and spin their failures as well as their crimes, aren't you?
WOO who?
Mirolyuba

Port Moody, Canada

#9 Jan 29, 2010
You have a real talent for "playing stupid", Hu Jin Tao!

It comes naturally to you, an obvious criminal moron who has betrayed his country's future. You must in fact be the STUPIDEST head of state on EARTH!

I guess the Chinese Communist Party DOES "lead the world" in at least one thing; the unbelievable stupidity of the Chinese Communist Party leadership!

Thanks for sharing, Hu!

HA HA HA HA!
SUMMER PALACE

New York, NY

#10 Jan 29, 2010
Mirolyuba wrote:
You have a real talent for "playing stupid", Hu Jin Tao!
It comes naturally to you, an obvious criminal moron who has betrayed his country's future. You must in fact be the STUPIDEST head of state on EARTH!
I guess the Chinese Communist Party DOES "lead the world" in at least one thing; the unbelievable stupidity of the Chinese Communist Party leadership!
Thanks for sharing, Hu!
HA HA HA HA!
Why don't you approach him and slap his face.

A-hahahahahaha!
Mirolyuba

Port Moody, Canada

#11 Feb 1, 2010
I wish I could slap Hu's ugly, diseased criminal face; on behalf of the people of China, and on behalf of decent civilized human beings everywhere!

In fact, EVERYONE on earth should line up to slap the fetid syphillitic face of that gross pig, Hu Jin Tao!

THANKS for bringing it up! GREAT idea, "Princeling"!

HA HA HA HA!

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