Exclusive: China power brokers agree preferred leadership team - sources

Oct 19, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: WTAX-AM Springfield

China's three most powerful men have come up with preferred candidates to head up the nation's incoming new leadership team, sources said, in a ticket that includes financial reformers but leaves a question mark over its commitment to political reform.

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RayH

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Oct 19, 2012
 
Guess we'll find out the final list in 1.5 week.

If 4 of them are in their mid-60s, they're more likely to be one 5 year term candidates. The emphasis seems to be on "Change via maintaining Stability," since the EU debt crisis won't likely be over until 2016.
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Oct 20, 2012
 
One party rule is proven to be a disaster to any country. Graft and corruption will still be the norm in every corner of China even with the new leadership. There should be a Gorbachev like leader willing to sacrifice himself for the fast track political,legal,economic and social change in China.
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Oct 20, 2012
 
RayH wrote:
Guess we'll find out the final list in 1.5 week.
If 4 of them are in their mid-60s, they're more likely to be one 5 year term candidates. The emphasis seems to be on "Change via maintaining Stability," since the EU debt crisis won't likely be over until 2016.
Why would a country wait for the European economy to recover before making a drastic move to change the political, legal, economic and social system of China? It's either the only party, CCP-Politburo have to do it or not. Or is it that the people in the party who committed crimes against the people are trying to cover themselves up for fear that they will be hunted down once China becomes a democratic government?
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Oct 20, 2012
 
Philippines is democratic. How's that working out?

lol
RayH

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Oct 20, 2012
 
Filmalay wrote:
One party rule is proven to be a disaster to any country. Graft and corruption will still be the norm in every corner of China even with the new leadership. There should be a Gorbachev like leader willing to sacrifice himself for the fast track political,legal,economic and social change in China.
Graft and corruption are much worse next door in the world's largest democracy--India.

Gorbachev is recogonized as a LOSER in China and Chinese people are not stupid. If any economy is going to fail, look around you.
RayH

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Oct 20, 2012
 
Filmalay wrote:
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Why would a country wait for the European economy to recover before making a drastic move to change the political, legal, economic and social system of China? It's either the only party, CCP-Politburo have to do it or not. Or is it that the people in the party who committed crimes against the people are trying to cover themselves up for fear that they will be hunted down once China becomes a democratic government?
Why fix it when it's doing great?

If you want to fix things, via evolution or revolution, look around you.
Faith

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Oct 20, 2012
 
"ON BOARD THE USS GEORGE WASHINGTON (AP)— A U.S. aircraft carrier group cruised through the disputed South China Sea on Saturday in a show of American power in waters that are fast becoming a focal point of Washington's strategic rivalry with Beijing."

We don't care what the Chinese think. They are second rate compared to our old nemesis the Russians. What ever happened to them?

In a related story....My dog has her own bedroom. She lives better than approximately 97.43% of all Chinamen.
RayH

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Filmalay wrote:
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Why would a country wait for the European economy to recover before making a drastic move to change the political, legal, economic and social system of China? It's either the only party, CCP-Politburo have to do it or not. Or is it that the people in the party who committed crimes against the people are trying to cover themselves up for fear that they will be hunted down once China becomes a democratic government?
Since you live in one of those PIGS countries, I'd recommend REVOLUTION for you. You've done it before, you can do it again. Let blood flow.
RayH

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Oct 20, 2012
 
Filmalay wrote:
One party rule is proven to be a disaster to any country. Graft and corruption will still be the norm in every corner of China even with the new leadership. There should be a Gorbachev like leader willing to sacrifice himself for the fast track political,legal,economic and social change in China.
One party rule is what lead South Korea and Taiwan to Prosperity. It's also why Singapore is one of the ten richest countries per capita in the world. And the same in many Middle Eastern countries--Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait, Qatar, etc.

China's on the same track to prosperity.
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Faith wrote:
"ON BOARD THE USS GEORGE WASHINGTON (AP)— A U.S. aircraft carrier group cruised through the disputed South China Sea on Saturday in a show of American power in waters that are fast becoming a focal point of Washington's strategic rivalry with Beijing."
We don't care what the Chinese think. They are second rate compared to our old nemesis the Russians. What ever happened to them?
In a related story....My dog has her own bedroom. She lives better than approximately 97.43% of all Chinamen.
Your dog's dead, remember?

Cold War? Remember what happened to the Soviet Union?
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Your dog's dead, remember?
Cold War? Remember what happened to the Soviet Union?
You know I have a new dog. I prepare her meals myself....so as to preclude any Chinese treachery.
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Faith wrote:
<quoted text>You know I have a new dog. I prepare her meals myself....so as to preclude any Chinese treachery.
You should have bought the higher-end Chinese dog food. Learn your lesson.
Filmalay

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3RD WORLD wrote:
Philippines is democratic. How's that working out?
lol
Nice. Very nice. Awesome country to live in. The people are free to impeach their elected officials who are incompetent and corrupt.The cyber law that was introduced in Congress is DOA, meaning anyone can still say anything about a public official without fear of being arrested or jailed.The people can still tweet or re-tweet anything of importance without fear.They booted out the Chief Justice of the Supreme court and other midnight appointees and still prosecuting the past corrupt former President.
The rebels down South Philippines exercised their democratic rights by signing a peace agreement with the government in Malacanang Palace witnessed by representatives of different countries. The Moros are now free to find their own destiny in their part of the world.The agreement is subject to the drafting of laws for the Sultanate State of Sulu and Bangsamoro and its implementation.
The Filipinos are also in the process of setting up a new system of government to become the Federal Republic of the Philippines consisting of 11 States with Metro Manila as the seat of the Federal Government. Tagbilaran City will be the site of Congress.
The Philippines is aiming to become the next tiger economy of Asia with her new status as a lender to the IMF. Debt to Gross Domestic Product ratio declined to approximately 48% and foreign currency reserves shoot up to approx. 80 billion dollars. The economy grew by approx. 6% in the first half of the year.
All of the above are product of democratic exercise where the people could change anything, freely, with the consent of the governed.
China? I never heard about the existence of freedom in China.
Filmalay

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Oct 20, 2012
 
Faith wrote:
<quoted text>You know I have a new dog. I prepare her meals myself....so as to preclude any Chinese treachery.
All Chinese food and food products either for human consumption or for animals are suspect. I don't think I could trust foods made in
China.

One way to determine if a food product or any product is made in China is by looking at UPC Barcodes. Any product that starts with numbers: 690, 691 or 692 are made in China. Be very suspicious of these codes.
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RayH wrote:
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Since you live in one of those PIGS countries, I'd recommend REVOLUTION for you. You've done it before, you can do it again. Let blood flow.
Recommend a revolution to overthrow a democratic government? Are you kidding me? I prefer freedom than a commie concentration camp.
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Filmalay wrote:
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Nice. Very nice. Awesome country to live in. The people are free to impeach their elected officials who are incompetent and corrupt.The cyber law that was introduced in Congress is DOA, meaning anyone can still say anything about a public official without fear of being arrested or jailed.The people can still tweet or re-tweet anything of importance without fear.They booted out the Chief Justice of the Supreme court and other midnight appointees and still prosecuting the past corrupt former President.
The rebels down South Philippines exercised their democratic rights by signing a peace agreement with the government in Malacanang Palace witnessed by representatives of different countries. The Moros are now free to find their own destiny in their part of the world.The agreement is subject to the drafting of laws for the Sultanate State of Sulu and Bangsamoro and its implementation.
The Filipinos are also in the process of setting up a new system of government to become the Federal Republic of the Philippines consisting of 11 States with Metro Manila as the seat of the Federal Government. Tagbilaran City will be the site of Congress.
The Philippines is aiming to become the next tiger economy of Asia with her new status as a lender to the IMF. Debt to Gross Domestic Product ratio declined to approximately 48% and foreign currency reserves shoot up to approx. 80 billion dollars. The economy grew by approx. 6% in the first half of the year.
All of the above are product of democratic exercise where the people could change anything, freely, with the consent of the governed.
China? I never heard about the existence of freedom in China.
Why is China so rich and democratic Philippines so dirt poor?

Pinays have to sell their bodies to foreigners to put food on the table.

smh

http://www.youtube.com/watch...
RayH

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Filmalay wrote:
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Nice. Very nice. Awesome country to live in. The people are free to impeach their elected officials who are incompetent and corrupt.The cyber law that was introduced in Congress is DOA, meaning anyone can still say anything about a public official without fear of being arrested or jailed.The people can still tweet or re-tweet anything of importance without fear.They booted out the Chief Justice of the Supreme court and other midnight appointees and still prosecuting the past corrupt former President.
The rebels down South Philippines exercised their democratic rights by signing a peace agreement with the government in Malacanang Palace witnessed by representatives of different countries. The Moros are now free to find their own destiny in their part of the world.The agreement is subject to the drafting of laws for the Sultanate State of Sulu and Bangsamoro and its implementation.
The Filipinos are also in the process of setting up a new system of government to become the Federal Republic of the Philippines consisting of 11 States with Metro Manila as the seat of the Federal Government. Tagbilaran City will be the site of Congress.
The Philippines is aiming to become the next tiger economy of Asia with her new status as a lender to the IMF. Debt to Gross Domestic Product ratio declined to approximately 48% and foreign currency reserves shoot up to approx. 80 billion dollars. The economy grew by approx. 6% in the first half of the year.
All of the above are product of democratic exercise where the people could change anything, freely, with the consent of the governed.
China? I never heard about the existence of freedom in China.
I've lost track of how many "People's Power" revolutions you've had down there. Pray tell?

And your democratic Philippines is a lot more Corrupt than China.
RayH

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Recommend a revolution to overthrow a democratic government? Are you kidding me? I prefer freedom than a commie concentration camp.
Ask your Uncle about that. It has done that plenty of times.
Filmalay

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FOR REALZ wrote:
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Why is China so rich and democratic Philippines so dirt poor?
Pinays have to sell their bodies to foreigners to put food on the table.
smh
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
The unsuspecting Filipinos buy their food in Chinese restaurants where the chinks put cancer causing ingredients like msg's, melamine and mercury. The Filipinos were taken advantage by these Chinese in their own land.

The Pinay that you encountered in Subic and Clark are low flying doves just like the doves in Brooklyn slums, Hainan's Sanya and Shenzen Nanshan district called "the farm".

The Pinays are the best though, they can speak straight English. They can even utter the word, Pleas....e ,sir?
Filmalay

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Oct 21, 2012
 
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Ask your Uncle about that. It has done that plenty of times.
Ah, you're talking about the commie on the block. They're being hunted down by the CAFGU like chicken. But once their heads pops out of their burrows, guess what happens to their heads.

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