China's new hatchet man

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Who will have the world's hardest job in 2013? There are many candidates for that role, but my nominee would be Chinese Vice Premier Wang Qishan , who has just been given the near-impossible assignment of combating corruption.
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“Free Speeech in a Free World ”

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Dec 28, 2012
 
Good luck will be needed and a strong will to survive
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why it is impossible?

alike in west, especially in USA, corruption is illegal in China.
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unlike in west.

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lct wrote:
why it is impossible?
alike in west, especially in USA, corruption is illegal in China.
Why then is it his job to rid China of it ?
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Dec 28, 2012
 
Don't scare this guys cat.
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chinese communists(always small letters) know hatchet men well. chinese communists(always small letters) murdered, tortured & starved 100 million Chinese citizens to establish chinese communism(always small letters). The genocidal democide was the largest ever on the face of the Earth, possibly doubling the savagery of Hitler & Stalin, combined!!!!!!!

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