China sentences 113 government workers, pig farmers over pork tainted with fat-burning drug

China's state news agency says more than 100 people including 77 government employees have been sentenced in a scandal involving pork tainted with a banned chemical. Full Story
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“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#1 Nov 25, 2011
They should use that drug on family members of CCP crooks to cut out the fat.

Since: Aug 08

Shanghai, China

#2 Nov 25, 2011
shinningelectr0n wrote:
They should use that drug on family members of CCP crooks to cut out the fat.
You just provided facts that China does have law and anybody against law for their own interests but hurting the public health are being punished according to the law, but you still spew hatred against Chinese Government? What's the matter, can't think straight? Brain shrinkage due to old age?
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#3 Nov 25, 2011
dzhou wrote:
<quoted text>
You just provided facts that China does have law and anybody against law for their own interests but hurting the public health are being punished according to the law, but you still spew hatred against Chinese Government? What's the matter, can't think straight? Brain shrinkage due to old age?
What? Are you sh*tting me? You a-holes make everything out of poison. Milk, drywall, baby toys, dog food......you fish-head g00ks killed my dog. The Chinese government is corrupt and ineffective. You do not produce enough food for you massive, cockroach-like population, your farmland is turning to desert because you are too greedy and stupid to be proper stewards of the land, you think powdered rhino horns will compensate for your microscopic genitalia, your technology is at 1960's par, your manufactured goods are shoddy and second rate and you all look alike. But thanks for the eggrolls and bottle rockets. We dig those.

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#4 Nov 25, 2011
dzhou wrote:
<quoted text>
You just provided facts that China does have law and anybody against law for their own interests but hurting the public health are being punished according to the law, but you still spew hatred against Chinese Government? What's the matter, can't think straight? Brain shrinkage due to old age?
If "anybody against law for their own interests but hurting the public health are being punished according to the law" then why are so many of the CCP and their families getting away with corruption?

Answer: in China, the law is applied selectively.

Next stupid question please.

“Two stones with one bird”

Since: Oct 09

Location hidden

#5 Nov 25, 2011
China is completely based on cheating and lies. That is all they know.

They are the world's copyright pirate of all media and prodcuts.

They abuse their own people just to make a buck.

They make products from poison.

Their olympic athletes are either on steroids or are below the legal competitive ages.

Their olympic firework displays were computer generated.

They steal every piece of technology they ever had.

Their response? "We invented gunpowder."

Congrats. That makes you responsible for the deaths of hundreds of millions of people.

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#6 Nov 25, 2011
Martyr Machine wrote:
China is completely based on cheating and lies. That is all they know.
They are the world's copyright pirate of all media and prodcuts.
They abuse their own people just to make a buck.
They make products from poison.
Their olympic athletes are either on steroids or are below the legal competitive ages.
Their olympic firework displays were computer generated.
They steal every piece of technology they ever had.
Their response? "We invented gunpowder."
Congrats. That makes you responsible for the deaths of hundreds of millions of people.
They also invented toilet paper. Wait...maybe they stole that from the S. Koreans.

Since: Aug 08

Shanghai, China

#7 Nov 25, 2011
Faith wrote:
<quoted text>What? Are you sh*tting me? You a-holes make everything out of poison. Milk, drywall, baby toys, dog food......you fish-head g00ks killed my dog. The Chinese government is corrupt and ineffective. You do not produce enough food for you massive, cockroach-like population, your farmland is turning to desert because you are too greedy and stupid to be proper stewards of the land, you think powdered rhino horns will compensate for your microscopic genitalia, your technology is at 1960's par, your manufactured goods are shoddy and second rate and you all look alike. But thanks for the eggrolls and bottle rockets. We dig those.
And yet you owe us 15 trillion dollars; your Supermarkets are full of goods made by us......The fact you are nervously bashing China are dead give aways of how fearful you are about our rise, or else why aren't you as nearly hateful of Mexico for that matter even though Mexico provided majority of your drug comsumption?

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#9 Nov 25, 2011
dzhou wrote:
<quoted text>
And yet you owe us 15 trillion dollars; your Supermarkets are full of goods made by us......The fact you are nervously bashing China are dead give aways of how fearful you are about our rise, or else why aren't you as nearly hateful of Mexico for that matter even though Mexico provided majority of your drug comsumption?
China is a drunk primitive with fat wallet. That is fearful. When you keep using the term "we", it is applied out of context. "we" consumers did not actively seek out chemical-tainted Chinese food products or TV sets that last a few months or tools that break the 10th time you use them.

It was American businesses that sought out cheaper labor costs so to increase their profit margin. The expression "Chinese junk" is a common one in America and many consumers bemoan the fact that they cannot buy quality items but have to be saddled with the inferior China crap. But we accept our situation as best we can.

Every American household is either littered with broken Chinese trash products or their garbage can is every week. Personally, I quit counting how many Chinese electronics I've thrown out over the years. I've got an air compressor that lasted less than a year - made in China. I've thrown out countless tools that break - made in China. I have a relative whose cat was poisoned by Chinese cat food.

American consumers have been held hostage by a Chinese marketplace that has been forced upon them by American corporations. So you can't rightfully point to the American consumer in your arguments because it doesn't hold water, bird brain. We have a policy in our household - never by any consumable from China. Our lives depend on this policy.

Since: Aug 08

Shanghai, China

#11 Nov 26, 2011
shinningelectr0n wrote:
<quoted text>
China is a drunk primitive with fat wallet. That is fearful. When you keep using the term "we", it is applied out of context. "we" consumers did not actively seek out chemical-tainted Chinese food products or TV sets that last a few months or tools that break the 10th time you use them.
It was American businesses that sought out cheaper labor costs so to increase their profit margin. The expression "Chinese junk" is a common one in America and many consumers bemoan the fact that they cannot buy quality items but have to be saddled with the inferior China crap. But we accept our situation as best we can.
Every American household is either littered with broken Chinese trash products or their garbage can is every week. Personally, I quit counting how many Chinese electronics I've thrown out over the years. I've got an air compressor that lasted less than a year - made in China. I've thrown out countless tools that break - made in China. I have a relative whose cat was poisoned by Chinese cat food.
American consumers have been held hostage by a Chinese marketplace that has been forced upon them by American corporations. So you can't rightfully point to the American consumer in your arguments because it doesn't hold water, bird brain. We have a policy in our household - never by any consumable from China. Our lives depend on this policy.
So you think what products and at what prices American markets sell are determind by the Chinese? If that is true, then Mcdonald will be selling rice and vegies and KFC soybean milk and sweat sour port, hahahaha, you gotta be the most retarded American on earth. And on top of that, your tools and appliances crapped out sooner than later ONLY because you are a cheapo and bought them at Walmart, had you bought them in Macy's at higher prices which may also be made in China, they will last much longer. So it is a choice that you made to go for the cheaper ones rather than high quality ones, its your own fault. China only make them by order of American importers, and can not control what American stores sells at what prices. Therefore it is the American consumer decides what products to sell and at what prices.

Since: Aug 08

Shanghai, China

#12 Nov 26, 2011
shinningelectr0n wrote:
<quoted text>
China is a drunk primitive with fat wallet. That is fearful. When you keep using the term "we", it is applied out of context. "we" consumers did not actively seek out chemical-tainted Chinese food products or TV sets that last a few months or tools that break the 10th time you use them.
It was American businesses that sought out cheaper labor costs so to increase their profit margin. The expression "Chinese junk" is a common one in America and many consumers bemoan the fact that they cannot buy quality items but have to be saddled with the inferior China crap. But we accept our situation as best we can.
Every American household is either littered with broken Chinese trash products or their garbage can is every week. Personally, I quit counting how many Chinese electronics I've thrown out over the years. I've got an air compressor that lasted less than a year - made in China. I've thrown out countless tools that break - made in China. I have a relative whose cat was poisoned by Chinese cat food.
American consumers have been held hostage by a Chinese marketplace that has been forced upon them by American corporations. So you can't rightfully point to the American consumer in your arguments because it doesn't hold water, bird brain. We have a policy in our household - never by any consumable from China. Our lives depend on this policy.
If Chinese really have control of American markets and stores, then you people are in much bigger trouble, because before you know it, Christmas decoration will be Chinese lantern and Thanks Giving Dinner will be Tufu Turkeys. hahahahahaha
Stop buying Chink food

Clarksville, MD

#13 Nov 26, 2011
Everyone should stop buying chink import foods like noodles, dried Pig Skin and dried food.

Since: Aug 08

Shanghai, China

#14 Nov 26, 2011
shinningelectr0n wrote:
<quoted text>
China is a drunk primitive with fat wallet. That is fearful. When you keep using the term "we", it is applied out of context. "we" consumers did not actively seek out chemical-tainted Chinese food products or TV sets that last a few months or tools that break the 10th time you use them.
It was American businesses that sought out cheaper labor costs so to increase their profit margin. The expression "Chinese junk" is a common one in America and many consumers bemoan the fact that they cannot buy quality items but have to be saddled with the inferior China crap. But we accept our situation as best we can.
Every American household is either littered with broken Chinese trash products or their garbage can is every week. Personally, I quit counting how many Chinese electronics I've thrown out over the years. I've got an air compressor that lasted less than a year - made in China. I've thrown out countless tools that break - made in China. I have a relative whose cat was poisoned by Chinese cat food.
American consumers have been held hostage by a Chinese marketplace that has been forced upon them by American corporations. So you can't rightfully point to the American consumer in your arguments because it doesn't hold water, bird brain. We have a policy in our household - never by any consumable from China. Our lives depend on this policy.
If we are drunk and primitive and we already have a fat wallet, just wait and see what happens when we are mature and sober.
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#17 Nov 26, 2011
dzhou wrote:
<quoted text>
And yet you owe us 15 trillion dollars; your Supermarkets are full of goods made by us......The fact you are nervously bashing China are dead give aways of how fearful you are about our rise, or else why aren't you as nearly hateful of Mexico for that matter even though Mexico provided majority of your drug comsumption?
We don't owe you 15 trillion dollars, moron. Not even close.

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#18 Nov 26, 2011
dzhou wrote:
<quoted text>
So you think what products and at what prices American markets sell are determind by the Chinese? If that is true, then Mcdonald will be selling rice and vegies and KFC soybean milk and sweat sour port, hahahaha, you gotta be the most retarded American on earth. And on top of that, your tools and appliances crapped out sooner than later ONLY because you are a cheapo and bought them at Walmart, had you bought them in Macy's at higher prices which may also be made in China, they will last much longer. So it is a choice that you made to go for the cheaper ones rather than high quality ones, its your own fault. China only make them by order of American importers, and can not control what American stores sells at what prices. Therefore it is the American consumer decides what products to sell and at what prices.
It is clear from your writing that you are clueless about simple economics. You are also a very poor reader who has great difficulty with comprehension.

Show me where I wrote the the Chinese determine the prices of our products.....I'm waiting.....

American Corporations set the prices to a large extent. I earlier pointed out that these corporations dramatically increased their profit margins using cheap Chinese slave or sweatshop labor. And here you are arguing with me about how I said that the Chinese are setting prices on American products. Clueless. You are simply clueless.

An American company sells, say, a pair of American-made pliers for $6 and 5$ of it is cost. When that same pair of pliers is made in China, the production costs might drop to 5 cents. Initially, the company will leave the price at $6 until other competitors enter the fray. Fantastic profit margins play out. The American consumer is stuck. If 99% of the American marketplace is exploiting Chinese labor for high profit margins, where does a consumer look for quality?

Maytag was once a premium name in household appliances but is no longer. Thinking I was purchasing a quality product, I paid a premium price for a Maytag refrigerator. In the first month of ownership, I lost all my food to spoilage. 6 months into my ownership, the Through-The-Door-Water Dispenser turned on in the middle of the night, flooding the kitchen and dinning room by morning. After the 4th visit by the repairman, he confided to me that Maytag is now considered a low-end appliance. He smiled and said that he makes a living off of fixing Maytag junk. He then began showing me the parts he replaces. The Water Dispenser CB is stamped "Made In Mexico", another heater assembly CB is stamped "Malaysia" while structural parts are made by Sanyo in Japan. Many other parts are made in China. All of this trash is shipped to America and slapped together in Benton Harbor, MI and sold as a "quality" product. Caveat Emptor. Ford also learned that suspension springs made in Mexico failed very often and ended up costing the company millions in recalls.

You seem to live beneath a very large rock....and you refuse to come out.

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#19 Nov 26, 2011
dzhou wrote:
<quoted text>
If we are drunk and primitive and we already have a fat wallet, just wait and see what happens when we are mature and sober.
Yep. WWIII begins when the CCP decides it wants everything.

Since: Aug 08

Shanghai, China

#21 Nov 26, 2011
shinningelectr0n wrote:
<quoted text>
Yep. WWIII begins when the CCP decides it wants everything.
says someone who started at least 4 wars against soverign nations during the last 10 years, very convincing.

Since: Aug 08

Shanghai, China

#22 Nov 26, 2011
shinningelectr0n wrote:
<quoted text>
American Corporations set the prices to a large extent. I earlier pointed out that these corporations dramatically increased their profit margins using cheap Chinese slave or sweatshop labor. And here you are arguing with me about how I said that the Chinese are setting prices on American products. Clueless. You are simply clueless.<quoted text>

My previous post was in response to your statement:ĒSo you can't rightfully point to the American consumer in your arguments because it doesn't hold water.Ē
You are half right about products and prices being dictated by American corporations for higher margin but if you look further down the road, why can they keep doing that while every American is complaining about it? It is because majority of consumers like yourself want more bang for the buck and tends to pick up the cheapest available product from the store. Therefore, it is American consumers that directly or indirectly dictated whatís on the store shelves and at what prices. If American consumers all go for high priced premium products, these cheap shit will disappear from store shelf within 3 months.

[QUOTE who="shinningelectr0n "]<quoted text>
An American company sells, say, a pair of American-made pliers for $6 and 5$ of it is cost. When that same pair of pliers is made in China, the production costs might drop to 5 cents. Initially, the company will leave the price at $6 until other competitors enter the fray. Fantastic profit margins play out. The American consumer is stuck. If 99% of the American marketplace is exploiting Chinese labor for high profit margins, where does a consumer look for quality? <quoted text>
In the US, at least you have choice of cheap brand like Plato to imported premium brand such as Lindstrom, domestic brands like Stanley, Excelta, to choose from. They are from very cheap to very expensive, so are their qualities. They are all available on the market. If you end up with all the cheap shit in your house, it is you who made the choice of buying the cheap ones, donít blame anybody else if you end up with shitty quality.

[QUOTE who="shinningelectr0n "]<quoted text>
Maytag was once a premium name in household appliances but is no longer. Thinking I was purchasing a quality product, I paid a premium price for a Maytag refrigerator. In the first month of ownership, I lost all my food to spoilage. 6 months into my ownership, the Through-The-Door-Water Dispenser turned on in the middle of the night, flooding the kitchen and dinning room by morning. After the 4th visit by the repairman, he confided to me that Maytag is now considered a low-end appliance. He smiled and said that he makes a living off of fixing Maytag junk. He then began showing me the parts he replaces. The Water Dispenser CB is stamped "Made In Mexico", another heater assembly CB is stamped "Malaysia" while structural parts are made by Sanyo in Japan. Many other parts are made in China. All of this trash is shipped to America and slapped together in Benton Harbor, MI and sold as a "quality" product. Caveat Emptor. Ford also learned that suspension springs made in Mexico failed very often and ended up costing the company millions in recalls.
You may call me clueless but the way I see it, itís not Chinaís fault but your own American problem. This is almost exactly why China had chemical tainted milk powder. Itís the essence of capitalism. Companies seek maximization of their profit at the expense of consumers. So donít laugh at us, you have your own share of the problem too. In addition, you need to move on with time and be savvy about these things, Maytag was a premium brand, but things change, nobody buys Maytag anymore and if you are still stuck in the 60ís and 70ís, you ended up with your living room flooded. This goes for China and Tibet affairs as well, except China moves a lot faster than Maytag is declining.

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#23 Nov 26, 2011
dzhou wrote:
<quoted text>
says someone who started at least 4 wars against soverign nations during the last 10 years, very convincing.
I've heard that term used many times before by the CCP dogs, "sovereign nations". They spoke this out of one side of their mouths while invading Tibet, Vietnam and stealing the entire South China Sea for themselves. The other side of their mouths was breathing death.

India doesn't buy the "sovereign nations" BS uttered by the Chinese thieves. Things are heating up down there as a result. Many other countries are laughing at folks like you who fall for the Chinese line about respecting "sovereign nations".

Sounds good, though, in propaganda leaflets. Hee, Hee.

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#24 Nov 26, 2011
dzhou wrote:
<quoted text>
You may call me clueless but the way I see it, itís not Chinaís fault but your own American problem. This is almost exactly why China had chemical tainted milk powder. Itís the essence of capitalism. Companies seek maximization of their profit at the expense of consumers. So donít laugh at us, you have your own share of the problem too. In addition, you need to move on with time and be savvy about these things, Maytag was a premium brand, but things change, nobody buys Maytag anymore and if you are still stuck in the 60ís and 70ís, you ended up with your living room flooded. This goes for China and Tibet affairs as well, except China moves a lot faster than Maytag is declining.
Correction: China moves too slow. It took thousands of years for it to wake up this much.

Since: Aug 08

Shanghai, China

#25 Nov 26, 2011
shinningelectr0n wrote:
<quoted text>
I've heard that term used many times before by the CCP dogs, "sovereign nations". They spoke this out of one side of their mouths while invading Tibet, Vietnam and stealing the entire South China Sea for themselves. The other side of their mouths was breathing death.
India doesn't buy the "sovereign nations" BS uttered by the Chinese thieves. Things are heating up down there as a result. Many other countries are laughing at folks like you who fall for the Chinese line about respecting "sovereign nations".
Sounds good, though, in propaganda leaflets. Hee, Hee.
your knowledge about world affairs are as old as your knowledge about Maytag, but you are the one who will end up with your living room flooded not me retardo, maybe you can swim in it and treat it as if you have a swimming pool in your living room?

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