Patrick Brown: Testing the limits of China's new leaders
Journalists and other anti-censorship protestors hold banners outside the headquarters of Southern Weekly newspaper in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, in early January.
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Port Moody, Canada
#1 Jan 31, 2013
"Chinese are, of course, skeptical of what's being promised, predicting that this anti-corruption campaign, like many before it, will fizzle out after netting a handful of scapegoats.
After all, China's main political families, including Xi's, have amassed fortunes in the hundreds of millions of dollars in recent years."
Xi has stolen over $300,000,000.00 USD ALREADY!
Can he be any different from Wen Jis Bao who stole $2,700,000,000.00 USD from China in a decade?
The only difference is he has not had as much TIME to steal!
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