Behind closed doors, China leaders to ponder big choices

Oct 14, 2011 Full story: Reuters 26

China's top leaders convene for their latest secretive conclave on Saturday, giving them a chance to ponder looming economic and political choices ahead of leadership changes in the world's second-largest economy.

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Chinese Prostitute

Nantong, China

#1 Oct 14, 2011
I'll tell you the first thing the CCP leaders need to discuss as top priority is how to get all these dirty bastards to stop letting their little children shit and piss in the public streets.

That should be the first order of business. Not the Senate bill. Not the housing market. Not the WTO. But public shitting and pissing in China.

The CCP says no more shitting and pissing in the streets you ignorant, unclean barbarians! Get your little snot nosed baby a diaper like people living in the 21st century do.

A vote for more public restrooms, diapers, and liquid hand sanitizer is a vote for China's future!

Go China! Go!
lct

Beijing, China

#2 Oct 14, 2011
i think you need to that advice to homelesses on the street and in tent citis.
Chinese Prostitute

Nantong, China

#3 Oct 14, 2011
lct wrote:
i think you need to that advice to homelesses on the street and in tent citis.
Homelessness on the street and tent cities: that sounds a lot like China. Although the government does at times provide 'housing'(barns) made out of tin foil and probably with a few coolies buried in the rubble who died from work exhaustion.
lct

Beijing, China

#4 Oct 14, 2011
Chinese Prostitute wrote:
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Homelessness on the street and tent cities: that sounds a lot like China. Although the government does at times provide 'housing'(barns) made out of tin foil and probably with a few coolies buried in the rubble who died from work exhaustion.
you are disgusting.
Chinese Prostitute

Nantong, China

#5 Oct 14, 2011
lct wrote:
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you are disgusting.
Yes. I'm in China. How could I be anything else but disgusting? The whole damned state is a gargantuan toxic waste dump.
lct

Beijing, China

#6 Oct 14, 2011
Chinese Prostitute wrote:
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Yes. I'm in China. How could I be anything else but disgusting? The whole damned state is a gargantuan toxic waste dump.
using a proxy doesn't count.
Snowflake

San Francisco, CA

#9 Oct 14, 2011
Chinese Prostitute= Chinese Peasant= Use fake and phony ISP.

“Is better than Dogma”

Since: Mar 09

Peking Duck University

#10 Oct 14, 2011
Chinese Prostitute wrote:
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Yes. I'm in China. How could I be anything else but disgusting? The whole damned state is a gargantuan toxic waste dump.
Your words are the sharp chopstix tips to the Red Chinese slogan's ears
Mirolyuba

Vancouver, Canada

#11 Oct 14, 2011
Chinese Prostitute wrote:
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Yes. I'm in China. How could I be anything else but disgusting? The whole damned state is a gargantuan toxic waste dump.
What!!!But "Xinhua" says everything is FANTASTIC and WORLD-LEADING GREEN!

You're right of course!

HA HA HA HA HA HA!

“I'm From the USA, 5 Years Here”

Since: May 10

Haungshi, China

#12 Oct 15, 2011
Chinese Prostitute wrote:
I'll tell you the first thing the CCP leaders need to discuss as top priority is how to get all these dirty bastards to stop letting their little children shit and piss in the public streets.
That should be the first order of business. Not the Senate bill. Not the housing market. Not the WTO. But public shitting and pissing in China.
The CCP says no more shitting and pissing in the streets you ignorant, unclean barbarians! Get your little snot nosed baby a diaper like people living in the 21st century do.
A vote for more public restrooms, diapers, and liquid hand sanitizer is a vote for China's future!
Go China! Go!
That is a social issue, that will change with time.

In the mean time, there are bigger fish to fry, this one not being one of them.

“I'm From the USA, 5 Years Here”

Since: May 10

Haungshi, China

#13 Oct 15, 2011
Doesn't the USA do a lot of their governing behind closed doors? You know, like the lobbyist trying to get advantage, legislature members meeting in private planing out a course of action, the president sitting down with his advisers in the Oval Office, and so on. The only time it is open is during committee hearings and when the houses are in session, other than that it is all closed.
old china

Chengdu, China

#14 Oct 15, 2011
Chinese Prostitute wrote:
I'll tell you the first thing the CCP leaders need to discuss as top priority is how to get all these dirty bastards to stop letting their little children shit and piss in the public streets.
That should be the first order of business. Not the Senate bill. Not the housing market. Not the WTO. But public shitting and pissing in China.
The CCP says no more shitting and pissing in the streets you ignorant, unclean barbarians! Get your little snot nosed baby a diaper like people living in the 21st century do.
A vote for more public restrooms, diapers, and liquid hand sanitizer is a vote for China's future!
Go China! Go!
Sadly not even the UK has mastered the art of having public toilets open or in sufficient numbers outside of office hours as a trip round city night clubs will illustrate.

Meanwhile, in China, I have found the public toilets to be more accessible and, if you had half a brain, you could carry your own sanitary supplies like the rest of us do.

Not suprising to hear that you still need a nappy.

“Is better than Dogma”

Since: Mar 09

Peking Duck University

#15 Oct 15, 2011
Jim Em wrote:
Doesn't the USA do a lot of their governing behind closed doors? You know, like the lobbyist trying to get advantage, legislature members meeting in private planing out a course of action, the president sitting down with his advisers in the Oval Office, and so on. The only time it is open is during committee hearings and when the houses are in session, other than that it is all closed.
USA is not a Single Party country so there is no such "behind closed doors?" unless each "Party" such as GOP or DEM can do it by themselves.

Don't you know USA system ? Jim Em ?
NCK

New York, NY

#16 Oct 15, 2011
You mean the Occupy Wall St?

lol
old china

Chengdu, China

#17 Oct 15, 2011
Cow Dung wrote:
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USA is not a Single Party country so there is no such "behind closed doors?" unless each "Party" such as GOP or DEM can do it by themselves.
Don't you know USA system ? Jim Em ?
Right, so they let reporters freely roam round around the USA and just by producing their press card can enter ANY government or party political office and report freely on the discussions taking place?

What bugs me is why, if there are no 'meetings behind closed doors', do they bother to have press briefings to put the spin out.

“Is better than Dogma”

Since: Mar 09

Peking Duck University

#18 Oct 15, 2011
old china wrote:
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Right, so they let reporters freely roam round around the USA and just by producing their press card can enter ANY government or party political office and report freely on the discussions taking place?
What bugs me is why, if there are no 'meetings behind closed doors', do they bother to have press briefings to put the spin out.
It depends on the USA system can decide to what legal for public and what is privacy for the system to allow.

But as I understand, everything in USA system are being recorded for documentary, sooner or later those can be used for public.

Here is Mrs. Kennedy in the interview about Mrtin Luther King:

http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/Jacqueline_Ken...

"He was so moved by the speech that President Kennedy had delivered on June 12th, 1963, when he said the question of civil rights was a moral issue," Lewis said.

Mrs. Kennedy said Robert Kennedy told her he had heard FBI wiretaps in which he said that King had made derogatory comments in private about Cardinal Richard Cushing, who delivered President Kennedy's eulogy at his November 1963 funeral.

Mrs. Kennedy says Bobby told her "He made fun of Cardinal Cushing and said that he was drunk at it. And things about they almost dropped the coffin and -- well, I mean Martin Luther King is really a tricky person," Mrs. Kennedy said.

Since: Aug 08

Shanghai, China

#19 Oct 26, 2011
Chinese Prostitute wrote:
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Yes. I'm in China. How could I be anything else but disgusting? The whole damned state is a gargantuan toxic waste dump.
Why are you here if you hated it so much? I heard if you are forced to continue do something you hated so much your chance of being schizophrenia increase by 10 times.

“CCP Troll”

Since: Nov 08

Hebei, China

#20 Oct 26, 2011
Cow Dung wrote:
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USA is not a Single Party country so there is no such "behind closed doors?" unless each "Party" such as GOP or DEM can do it by themselves.
Don't you know USA system ? Jim Em ?
You actually believe this don't you?
Snowflake

San Francisco, CA

#21 Oct 26, 2011
We Americans are not the ones bashing China on this board it is the non Chinese and non Americans. Any well informed American would know better, right now China is our number one trading partner and we need each other. In WWII we fought alongside together against the Japanese.

Since: Aug 08

Shanghai, China

#22 Oct 26, 2011
Snowflake wrote:
We Americans are not the ones bashing China on this board it is the non Chinese and non Americans. Any well informed American would know better, right now China is our number one trading partner and we need each other. In WWII we fought alongside together against the Japanese.
its the refugees that have inferior complex that is bashing China to make themselves feel a bit important out of their miserable taxidriving lives.

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