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“My hand is over my crotch.”

Since: Jan 10

It's time to put it to use

#1 Jul 31, 2011
Fk them Chinese
boondock saint

United States

#2 Jul 31, 2011
WJB

New York, NY

#3 Jul 31, 2011
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.

Lighten up!

ROFLMMFAO!

“Is better than Dogma”

Since: Mar 09

Peking Duck University

#5 Jul 31, 2011
"Fake Made in China "

That is an International trade mark of Great Red China

Fake chicken egg
Fake Beef made from Pork meat
Fake Gucci
Fake Rolex
Fake iPhone

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Fake Chinese wife http://chinaview.wordpress.com/2011/05/29/u-s...

U.S. Chinese Democracy Leader Liu Gang Says Wife a Communist Party Spy
May 29, 2011chinaviewLeave a commentGo to comments
(Epochtimes)- A former leader of the 1989 Tiananmen student movement has accused his wife of being a spy for the Chinese Communist Party in a series of Twitter posts and online blog entries over the weekend. His wife denies the accusation.

Liu Gang lives in exile in the United States and is a member of the overseas Chinese democracy movement. He met his wife four years ago online, and in their first face-to-face meeting she proposed marriage.

Since she was young, pretty, a graduate from a top business school in the United States, and a manager in a major firm, he agreed—he later said he thought her sudden proposal to him was “the American way.” Her name is Guo Yinghua, but in his Twitter messages Liu now calls her “Officer Guo.”
Liu says her mission was to spy on the overseas Chinese democracy movement, and that he’s exposing the case to warn the world of the “treacherous methods” of the regime in mainland China. He has reported her to the FBI. He says he’s got a mountain of evidence to back it up.

Guo, the wife, says she is going to sue for defamation. The couple have a two-year-old daughter together and are currently in divorce proceedings.

Evidence claimed by Liu to show Guo’s background in espionage includes a graduation certificate from a military academy in China, a series of odd bank account transactions, and a long list of anecdotes that sound like they were taken from the film “The Long Kiss Goodnight.”

He says that Guo has already admitted in court that she graduated from a military academy in China, was secretly trained as a spy for several years, worked in the Chinese military with a rank of Captain, and lied on her green card application form. The Epoch Times was unable to contact either Liu or Guo, or verify Guo’s alleged admissions in court.

Liu came to the U.S. with consular assistance in 1996, took a Masters in computer science at Columbia, and began working for Bell Labs, Citibank, and other American firms.

In an essay online, widely copied around dissident websites, Liu lists his active role in organizing protests against the Chinese regime over the years. In 2005, for example, he helped found a “Funeral Committee” for the ousted communist leader Zhao Ziyang, who had sympathized with the students soon before they were massacred.

He says that because of these activities, the CCP “hated me to the marrow of my bones.” Military intelligence officials then hatched a plot using concepts of “unrestricted warfare,” a popular school of thought among Communist Party strategists that calls for crushing an opponent using whatever means necessary, Liu says.

He says that’s why “Officer Guo” approached him online in 2007, and wasted no time in getting close.

Liu also says that Guo began restricting his finances and forbade him from joining anti-CCP activities. She also had no compunction on spending big—his money—on cars, diamonds and other luxury items. She transferred money from his personal account to other accounts, he said.

In his essay online Liu says that while Guo insisted she graduated from the University of Shanghai, at a gathering once they bumped into an acquaintance who greeted her as a military official. Guo then hurriedly pulled the person aside and stopped them from continuing, Liu alleges. But he later found out her background from Guo’s mother, Liu says.
EAT YOUR HEARTS OUT

New York, NY

#6 Jul 31, 2011
I bought a fake Rolex that looks beautiful! Goes for $15,000(OYSTER)but I got it for considerably less.
VC are PETS EATER

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

#7 Jul 31, 2011
SPAM ALERT!

No matter how many SPAM ARTICLE you may post from FLG Epoch Times funded by the NED/CIA iyt has NO EFFECT!

This for instance is REAL:

Is it time to KICK out these RACIST VIETNAMESE out of USA and CANADA?????

Another angry American wrote:

I know I shouldn't be racist. Actually, a comment like the one above is very unusual for me. I had to calm down. I just get angered, not only because of this, but the disregard many Asians have toward people's pets. I'm leaving that comment, but I apologize to Asians that don't do this shit. I'm really the last guy to be racist, normally.

It doesn't help that the city I used to live in had a REAL PROBLEM with VIETNAMESE eating PEOPLE CATS AND DOGS. Cats and dogs were DISAPPERAING all over Missoula, then some VIETNAMESE IMMIGRANTS were CAUGHT COOKING AND EATING them.

There was an apartment complex that was full of Vietnamese. They were RUDE and UNFRIENDLY, and they had no problem killing and eating peoples pets.

That's fucking bullshit!
the examiner

Montréal, Canada

#8 Jul 31, 2011
How much is the Rolex?
YOU GOT THAT RIGHT

New York, NY

#10 Jul 31, 2011
70 bucks! After a little haggling.

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