The Instability of China's Authoritar...

The Instability of China's Authoritarian Regime

There are 28 comments on the The Epoch Times story from Sep 14, 2012, titled The Instability of China's Authoritarian Regime. In it, The Epoch Times reports that:

A Chinese man rides a bicycle across Tiananmen Square in June, 2012. The Chinese Communist Party is currently in a period of political uncertainty, according to analysts.

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Chairman Maos Dog

Nanjing, China

#22 Sep 15, 2012
Leonard 68 wrote:
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brilliant and fascinating and what I already had figured out on my own long ago
Indeed. Quite true.

The only kinds of people who could be hoodwinked by Marx' most fallacious economic dialectics are the mere savages of any society. The wretched, irresponsible, inert, lazy, give-me-a-handout and herd-minded are those you will want to target in a Marxist takeover. All you must do is create a 'victim' mentality in this lot of consumerist human waste. Tell them that they have been 'victimized' by the land owners. Tell them that the poor, irresponsible and ignorant majority and masses should also live in a hyper-egalitarian society like kings. Tell them things like 'Government labor is glorious'. Tell them anything. And tell them that socialism is the answer to all life's ills, instead of personal responsibility and production. Then this mindless hoard will rob, pilage, kill, murder, loot etc... You can get these idiots to do anything you want as long as you promise them some delusional Fantasia of a Utopia.

Turns out to be a desert mirage and tyranny of souls in the end. And sometimes, 70,000,000 people end up being starved to death in the process.

Things of that nature.

Since: Mar 08

Portland, OR

#23 Sep 15, 2012
Chairman Maos Dog wrote:
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Indeed. Quite true.
The only kinds of people who could be hoodwinked by Marx' most fallacious economic dialectics are the mere savages of any society. The wretched, irresponsible, inert, lazy, give-me-a-handout and herd-minded are those you will want to target in a Marxist takeover. All you must do is create a 'victim' mentality in this lot of consumerist human waste. Tell them that they have been 'victimized' by the land owners. Tell them that the poor, irresponsible and ignorant majority and masses should also live in a hyper-egalitarian society like kings. Tell them things like 'Government labor is glorious'. Tell them anything. And tell them that socialism is the answer to all life's ills, instead of personal responsibility and production. Then this mindless hoard will rob, pilage, kill, murder, loot etc... You can get these idiots to do anything you want as long as you promise them some delusional Fantasia of a Utopia.
Turns out to be a desert mirage and tyranny of souls in the end. And sometimes, 70,000,000 people end up being starved to death in the process.
Things of that nature.
exactly what happened per Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge also....and guess what, do you know what country was the most steadfast in their support of Pol Pot, the Khmer Rouge and the killing fields? Yep---it was communist China----the loved it!
RayH

Guangzhou, China

#24 Sep 16, 2012
Leonard 68 wrote:
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ok
I know many Chinese believe as you do but this is something you all have just got in your head that just isn't true---likely a result of never ending communist indoctrination and miseducation from an early age.
the fact of the matter is that the PRC was formed in the late 1940s making it in fact one of the youngest countries on the world
most Chinese just can't deal with this but it is a fact, the PRC is less than 70 years old lol not thousands of years as many brainwashed Chinese believe
look it up if you wish---it is, once again, an ironclad, absolute, etched in stone, fact--the PRC is a very young country being less than 70 years old
China has been around for 4,700 years, the world's oldest continuous civilization-state. PRC is just the latest government.
TRUTH BE TOLD

Brooklyn, NY

#25 Sep 16, 2012
Leonard 68 wrote:
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exactly what happened per Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge also....and guess what, do you know what country was the most steadfast in their support of Pol Pot, the Khmer Rouge and the killing fields? Yep---it was communist China----the loved it!
Last I checked, China wasn't under siege by 22 different nations.

A-HHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAA!

Since: Mar 08

Portland, OR

#27 Sep 17, 2012
TRUTH BE TOLD wrote:
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Last I checked, China wasn't under siege by 22 different nations.
A-HHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAA!
you are clueless as usual, China is under siege by zero nations
RayH

Guangzhou, China

#28 Sep 17, 2012
TRUTH BE TOLD wrote:
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Last I checked, China wasn't under siege by 22 different nations.
A-HHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAA!
Make that 30 nations for the Uncle.
Mirolyuba

Port Moody, Canada

#29 Sep 21, 2012
Bob Burns wrote:
<quoted text>These facts you state are without a doubt. The context and meaning as seen from China is that the CCP is a Dynasty like the many before it, and retains the Imperial political structure and historical philosophy. The succession of Dynastys that have ruled this great empire might make facinating reading for you
I thought you were too busy "Singing the Red" for your Chinese COMMUNIST Party masters and studying Marxist-Leninist-Maoist-Dengis t-Zhangist-Huist "thought" like a good, stupid Red Guard robot!

What's all this BS about the CCP wanting to revive the Chinese culture they worked decades to DESTROY?

You CCP make up the funniest shiht!

HA HA HA HA HA HA!
Mirolyuba

Port Moody, Canada

#30 Oct 4, 2012
RayH wrote:
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China has been around for 4,700 years, the world's oldest continuous civilization-state. PRC is just the latest government.
Yes, the CCP is just a tragic, temporary phase in Chinese history.

Soon, it will only be a bad memory.

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