Analysis - China's Hu could cast long shadow if top table trimmed

May 11, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Star Online

A push by Chinese President Hu Jintao to shrink the size of the nation's nine-member leadership body, as revealed by Reuters this week, could have far-reaching implications for his anointed successor and for future economic and political reform.

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“Is better than Dogma”

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As far as the whole World had concerned that Communist Revolution supposed to be successful in the first day of its Red Revolution 60 years ago

Instead it had more bloodshead of their own citizen from allover the country as USSR, Cuba, China, N-Korea, Vietnam etc ....

Communism can not ever overwrite the Human Right demanding of its own Human

For a simple example, if someone kicks Hu Jintao's asssss then Mr. Hu Jintao will ask "Why kick my ass" ?

What is your answer ?

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The answer is "You kick my ask and I kick your ass."

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