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Racists are made, not born.

I've become a racist as a result of segregation, NOT the belief that I am in any way superior or inferior to others.

"Racism is usually defined as views, practices and actions reflecting the belief that humanity is divided into distinct biological groups called races and that members of a certain race share certain attributes which make that group as a whole less desirable, more desirable, inferior or superior."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Racism

I don't think racism will be extinguished in my lifetime.

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RESISTANCE IS FUTILE wrote:
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^still a racist... blah blah blah
^Still caring about what I post..blah blah blah
So, you're a racist hypocrite AND a liar.

I love how fuckwads like you call me a racist. It means you got nothing to argue with so you gotta resort to ad hominems. Pretty sad for someone that brags about how smart he is merely by virtue of being Chinese.
Being Chinese doesn't make you smart. Being smart makes you smart and you, aren't.
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China's Wanxiang wins auction for A123
By Charles Riley @CNNMoney December 10, 2012: 9:18 AM ET

HONG KONG (CNNMoney)
Chinese auto parts maker Wanxiang Group has prevailed in a court-sanctioned bidding war for the assets of lithium battery maker A123 Systems, a one-time darling of the U.S. electric car industry.

A123 said the closing price was $256.6 million, and includes the company's automotive, grid and commercial business assets, as well as a manufacturing facility in China.

Wanxiang's Chicago-based subsidiary, Wanxiang America, was named as the purchaser. The company has more than 3,000 employees in the U.S., but the purchase is bound to draw scrutiny as the latest in a series of tech and energy acquisitions by bargain-hunting Chinese firms.

In an attempt to head off political opposition, A123 has agreed to sell its business with the U.S. military to Illinois-based Navitas Systems for $2.25 million.

A123 was a major supplier to the U.S. electric car industry and recipient of $249 million in government stimulus funding. Before failing, the company drew down much of the government loan.

A123 (AONEQ) first announced in October that it had filed for bankruptcy. The same day, the company said it had entered into a $125 million deal for the sale of its automotive assets to Johnson Controls. As part of the deal, Johnson Controls (JCI, Fortune 500) agreed to provide A123 the funding it needed to operate during bankruptcy reorganization.

But Wanxiang went to federal bankruptcy court in Delaware, arguing it had a better offer for A123 already on the table, and seeking to be the one to provide bankruptcy financing to A123.

Johnson Controls announced Sunday that it was withdrawing its bid for A123.

"While A123's automotive and government assets were complementary to Johnson Controls' portfolio and aligned with our long-term goals, Wanxiang's offer was beyond the value of those assets to Johnson Controls," said Alex Molinaroli, president of Johnson Controls' power solutions unit.

According to Johnson Controls' statement, the Wanxiang purchase of A123 will now be considered at a bankruptcy court hearing currently scheduled for Tuesday.

The sale to Wanxiang is also subject to review by the Committee for Foreign Investment in the United States, a government body that includes the secretaries of Treasury, Homeland Security, Defense, State, Commerce and Energy, as well as the Attorney General, and considers the national security implications of such investments.

Wanxiang had previously agreed to pay $465 million for a controlling stake in A123, but the deal ran into government opposition due to the investment in the company by the Energy Department and the company's contracts with the U.S. Defense Department.

Related: Chinese investors take 80% stake in AIG unit

A123 says the separate deal with Navitas Systems provides a solution to that problem.

"We think we have structured this transaction to address potential national security concerns expressed during the review of our previous investment agreement with Wanxiang announced in August as well as to address concerns raised by the Department of Energy," A123 CEO Dave Vieau said in a statement.

Regulators in the United States, including the Committee on Foreign Investment, must still approve the deal.

http://money.cnn.com/2012/12/10/news/wanxiang...

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NWO wrote:
Racists are made, not born.
I've become a racist as a result of segregation, NOT the belief that I am in any way superior or inferior to others.
"Racism is usually defined as views, practices and actions reflecting the belief that humanity is divided into distinct biological groups called races and that members of a certain race share certain attributes which make that group as a whole less desirable, more desirable, inferior or superior."
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Racism
I don't think racism will be extinguished in my lifetime.
I think RIP was hatched, or maybe he/it was cultured in a test tube, in some evil Beijing laboratory. He/it also could have emerged from some virulent primordial goo.

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RESISTANCE IS FUTILE wrote:
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China's Wanxiang wins auction for A123
By Charles Riley @CNNMoney December 10, 2012: 9:18 AM ET
HONG KONG (CNNMoney)
Chinese auto parts maker Wanxiang Group has prevailed in a court-sanctioned bidding war for the assets of lithium battery maker A123 Systems, a one-time darling of the U.S. electric car industry.
A123 said the closing price was $256.6 million, and includes the company's automotive, grid and commercial business assets, as well as a manufacturing facility in China.
Wanxiang's Chicago-based subsidiary, Wanxiang America, was named as the purchaser. The company has more than 3,000 employees in the U.S., but the purchase is bound to draw scrutiny as the latest in a series of tech and energy acquisitions by bargain-hunting Chinese firms.
In an attempt to head off political opposition, A123 has agreed to sell its business with the U.S. military to Illinois-based Navitas Systems for $2.25 million.
A123 was a major supplier to the U.S. electric car industry and recipient of $249 million in government stimulus funding. Before failing, the company drew down much of the government loan.
A123 (AONEQ) first announced in October that it had filed for bankruptcy. The same day, the company said it had entered into a $125 million deal for the sale of its automotive assets to Johnson Controls. As part of the deal, Johnson Controls (JCI, Fortune 500) agreed to provide A123 the funding it needed to operate during bankruptcy reorganization.
But Wanxiang went to federal bankruptcy court in Delaware, arguing it had a better offer for A123 already on the table, and seeking to be the one to provide bankruptcy financing to A123.
Johnson Controls announced Sunday that it was withdrawing its bid for A123.
"While A123's automotive and government assets were complementary to Johnson Controls' portfolio and aligned with our long-term goals, Wanxiang's offer was beyond the value of those assets to Johnson Controls," said Alex Molinaroli, president of Johnson Controls' power solutions unit.
According to Johnson Controls' statement, the Wanxiang purchase of A123 will now be considered at a bankruptcy court hearing currently scheduled for Tuesday.
The sale to Wanxiang is also subject to review by the Committee for Foreign Investment in the United States, a government body that includes the secretaries of Treasury, Homeland Security, Defense, State, Commerce and Energy, as well as the Attorney General, and considers the national security implications of such investments.
Wanxiang had previously agreed to pay $465 million for a controlling stake in A123, but the deal ran into government opposition due to the investment in the company by the Energy Department and the company's contracts with the U.S. Defense Department.
Related: Chinese investors take 80% stake in AIG unit
A123 says the separate deal with Navitas Systems provides a solution to that problem.
"We think we have structured this transaction to address potential national security concerns expressed during the review of our previous investment agreement with Wanxiang announced in August as well as to address concerns raised by the Department of Energy," A123 CEO Dave Vieau said in a statement.
Regulators in the United States, including the Committee on Foreign Investment, must still approve the deal.
http://money.cnn.com/2012/12/10/news/wanxiang...
It's good to see China investing in failed green energy bullshit, I love seeing the commies waste their resources on crap.:)
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Dec 10, 2012
 
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<quoted text>It's good to see China investing in failed green energy bullshit, I love seeing the commies waste their resources on crap.:)
it failed in the USA...because they purposely put your green technologies out of business...

plus it dosent help your country, when stupid americans like you were fighting against it too...

but then you did give bailouts and bonus checks to people who fcuked you over the last time...

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How China Beat the U.S. and Became the New Green Tech Giant
By Elizabeth M. Lynch, August 31, 2010

China marches on to be the global green tech leader

Originally Posted on Foreign Policy Digest

China no longer needs to worry about the U.S. as a serious green technology competitor because the U.S. just left the race. After a year-long impasse, Senate majority leader Harry Reid confirmed on July 22, 2010 that the Democrats would not be able to secure enough votes to pass the American Clean Energy and Security Act and, thus, would abandon any further efforts to do so.

But, in today’s globalized economy, rising powers like China are willing and readily able to capitalize on America’s missed opportunities. The climate change bill would have provided a coherent U.S. energy policy, directed investment to green technology and created much-needed American jobs. Instead, those investment and job opportunities will likely go to China. With China’s rapid expansion into the clean technology sector, the U.S. is being left behind and leaving many to wonder–will it ever be able to catch up?

BACKGROUND

Although the U.S. debate on climate change dwells on the prevention of environmental damage, the Chinese government focuses on the economics of climate change, emphasizing the direct link between clean technology and China’s energy security and economic competitiveness. Former Center for American Progress senior policy analyst Julian Wong explained in a recent testimony before the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission that China’s emphasis on the economic upside of clean technology has imbued its energy policy with a greater sense of urgency, allowing the country to surpass the U.S. in many renewable energy industries.

With over 4,000 miles of track laid domestically, China is the leader in high-speed rail. It has pledged $300 billion to bring high-speed rail to many parts of the country and is exporting its expertise to Turkey, Venezuela, Saudi Arabia and potentially, even California. Notoriously stingy at funding its rail system, the U.S., on the other hand, has pledged a relatively paltry $8 billion and has only one high-speed rail line. Instead of developing cleaner rail technology, the U.S. continues to develop carbon-intensive modes of transportation, investing in highways and air transit.

China has also become a global leader in the renewable energy sector. As the leading manufacturer of solar panels, China exports most of its solar panels overseas. As for wind, China installed the largest number of wind turbines in the world in 2009, expanding its wind capacity by 13 GW. By contrast, the U.S. only expanded its capacity by 10 GW in 2009. But, China’s prowess in renewables should not come as a surprise. In 2009, China invested $34.6 billion in green technology, making it the leader in renewable energy funding; the U.S. came in second, investing $18.6 billion.

http://chinalawandpolicy.com/2010/08/31/how-c...
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Dec 10, 2012
 
btw I look at it as win/win for the Chinese...

are you losers not complaining about the pollution in China from its heavy industry?

worst case is they are investing the money they made off you americans... to clean up their environment, and making a new industry,

unless you think 1.3 billion Chinese can live the same wasteful life you americans live

imagine if one Chinese person polluted as much as one american person...

o wait one american pollutes almost as much as 4 Chinese already..

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Looking at some of America's trade beefs, however, one gets the impression that the problem is not that China doesn't play by the rules, it is that China knows the rules all too well - and how to stretch them without breaking them. Trade Representative Kirk's report to congress is an exhaustive, 127-page record of informed Chinese engagement - plus a certain amount of calculated footdragging - in every aspect of its implementation of its WTO accession obligations.

The most conspicuous example of China's ability to game the international system creatively is in the area of environmental investments and subsidies.

China was an informed and enthusiastic customer of the United Nation's Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), which funneled investment to clean energy projects in developing countries that provided offset credits to polluters in industrialized countries under the Kyoto Treaty.

Indeed, one reason China will be sorry to see the Kyoto system sink beneath the waves is that the PRC had a profitable business - with perhaps $1 billion in annual revenues - helping the developed world with its greenhouse gas offset problem.

China aggressively worked the green economy cash register. Its persistent presence atop the CDM league tables for wind and hydro projects became a matter of envy and resentment, some of it just (in the area of dodgy statistics on hydro projects) and some less just (the United Nations decided to impute artificial electricity tariffs that disqualified a passel of wind projects).

The PRC was also accused of cynically gaming the expensive attempts to put a cap on production of HFC-23, a by-product of (ironically) environmentally friendly refrigerant and a particularly powerful greenhouse gas: it built refrigerant factories that produced HFC-23 as a by-product, factories that seemed to be mostly in the business of destroying HFC-23 and selling the lucrative offset credits it obtained in return to Europe.[2]

The interesting point here is that China was "playing by the rules" and, indeed understood them as well as anybody else in the game.

Beyond Kyoto, the World Trade Organization has another potential loophole for the environmental business contained in Article 20 of the WTO's enabling treaty, the General Agreement on Trades and Tariffs, otherwise known as GATT XX.

The relevant paragraphs of GATT XX exempt certain government activities from the free trade hugger-mugger if (b) "necessary to protect human, animal or plant life or health" or (g) "relat[ing] to the conservation of exhaustible natural resources." [3]

These clauses are, of course, heaven-sent to China as they would appear to provide cover for governmental regulation to protect the environment and forestall the depletion of scarce resources.

On the natural resources side, in addition to getting bashed on the issue of that hardy perennial, rare earths, China also found itself defending itself before a WTO panel for limits on exports of fluorspar, coke, bauxite, and several other raw materials that producers outside China rely on for production of steel, chemicals, and aluminum.

http://www.atimes.com/atimes/China_Business/M...
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Today at No Frills, these woman with baby strollers come and do their daily shop lifting putting the best of everything in the diaper bags, underneath the stroller and only buy one thing and get away with it, no wonder our prices are so high here in Canada. Thanks to these lousy, low life Chinks, Blacks, Phillipinos and Waps. Get them out of Canada immediately and deport them back to their own country and let them steal there and see what the payback is. Canada is much too easy on them!!! The Security too cannot understand English to catch them. What kind of garbage are they letting into Canada now? They do not go to the store to shop, they go to shoplift!!! We have enough of this garbage here already!!! All they seem to know is to talk on the cell phone from the first thing in the morning and walk bowlegged from screwing all night. They even do this at work and cannot understand or speak English so they speak their own language. If they want to live in Canada, live like a civilized person should or get the hell out of Canada and I mean it!!!
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I forgot to put these Jews too in the above. I am not discriminatory at all, but am sick and tired of them getting away with this kind of theft and our prices going up all the time. When it comes to money, they sure know how to speak in their language, but when asked to check their backpacks, strollers, clothes bags, they call discrimination. This is a lot of bullshit!!! If they do not like the way our system is run, go back to your own Country now!!! Even your own Country does not want you. You just come to Canada to make babies, collect welfare and cheat the system and milk it too.
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You are just jealous of Chinese and your grammar is deplorable.
You are not Canadian and will never be, ever.
You must be a dirty gypsy beggar who is always hungry and living from tent to tent.
And what are you doing in China?? I strongly believe you leave immediately.
It is time all Asian immigration is stopped as our country is being destroyed by people who have no concern about this country. They wish only to consume the benefits of being here.

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It is time all Asian immigration is stopped as our country is being destroyed by people who have no concern about this country. They wish only to consume the benefits of being here.
So true, and quite frankly it's scary when these people know where all the benefits are? More so then the rest of us. Many of them just milking all there is.

Maybe they attend some kind of classes to learn all about how to rape foreign countries?

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So true, and quite frankly it's scary when these people know where all the benefits are? More so then the rest of us. Many of them just milking all there is.
Maybe they attend some kind of classes to learn all about how to rape foreign countries?
It's in "Barbarian Hordes - Raping, Pillaging and Pilfering 101." Remember our little buddy Jasbinder? He was valedictorian in his graduating class and voted most likely to take full advantage of the entitlement system, including but not limited to welfare and food stamps. I believe he was alumni of the University of Eastern Asia. LOL.:)
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You are just jealous of Chinese and your grammar is deplorable.
You are not Canadian and will never be, ever.
You must be a dirty gypsy beggar who is always hungry and living from tent to tent.
And what are you doing in China?? I strongly believe you leave immediately.
Hey~your grammar sucks too
This is Internet...jeez...who cares man
Just when you write your comment...think more than twice before you write down...jeez
Always foreigner care about grammar and they don't even sure but they just say...jeez ma mate...
If you pick a grammar like that...then I can pick anyone unless they are not majoring English professional...
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The first poster is basically correct. Why are so many Chinese immigrants moving to countries like Canada if things are going so well in China? Supposedly China is the second most powerful economy in the world. If that's true, why are they leaving in droves? Let's be honest, China is not a country many immigrants want to move to. They want to move out, not in. The level of human rights in China is atrocious. It's a country where people turn a blind eye to the killing of baby girls because their lives are considered less valuable to those of boys. The cruelty exhibited to animals there would make the staunchest carnivore gag. For example they boil cats alive to make the meat more tender.
The Chinese seem to be governed primarily by one principle: the profit motive. They come here to buy up all the property and then charge as much as they possibly can to the Canadians who were born here, driving up the real estate prices to intolerable levels. They also spy on us and steal our technology and intellectual property. But the thing that really annoys most Canadians about the Chinese, besides their sheer numbers, is their lack of manners and their sense of entitlement. The Chinese have taken over whole neighborhoods, putting up Chinese-only signs and running Chinese-only businesses. Half of Vancouver is basically a sprawling Chinatown. If the roles were reversed, would this be tolerated in Shanghai?
sorry kiddo, that did happen in the reverse, it was called the British empire LOL, you'd think Canadians would know that... and i find it extremely hilarious that "Canadians" and "Americans" complain about immigrants when both countries are built on immigrants... so basically what you're complaining about is exactly the same thing that was done to the native people of your respective countries...except this time immigrants are coming with money instead of bullets and smallpox....

and those that worry about housing in Canada..the inflation is temporary, the government will put in restrictions and more land will be developed..Canada is in the top ten of least densely populated countries in the world... so relax!!!

plus the principles in which the new immigrants are thriving came from Western culture..it's called capitalism..

it's funny how jealousy, fear, and ignorance still exist today especially when the world's history,and information is right at your finger tips

The above was written for the idiots with nothing but hate and ignorance

The truth is there is a lot of anxiety about losing the "Canadian" culture, but maybe instead of pushing people out or slinging hate..try showing patience and understanding..be respectful of each other's differences..how can you expect a stranger to accept your culture if you act bigoted towards theirs...

And it is true, practicing patience and understanding doesn't always work..but there exists so many ignorant people in this world..we can either allow them to skew our mentality or we can do our best to educate them and if they refuse, then we move on without them..don't let the ignorant dictate the way we treat people...

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sorry kiddo, that did happen in the reverse, it was called the British empire LOL, you'd think Canadians would know that... and i find it extremely hilarious that "Canadians" and "Americans" complain about immigrants when both countries are built on immigrants... so basically what you're complaining about is exactly the same thing that was done to the native people of your respective countries...except this time immigrants are coming with money instead of bullets and smallpox....
and those that worry about housing in Canada..the inflation is temporary, the government will put in restrictions and more land will be developed..Canada is in the top ten of least densely populated countries in the world... so relax!!!
plus the principles in which the new immigrants are thriving came from Western culture..it's called capitalism..
it's funny how jealousy, fear, and ignorance still exist today especially when the world's history,and information is right at your finger tips
The above was written for the idiots with nothing but hate and ignorance
The truth is there is a lot of anxiety about losing the "Canadian" culture, but maybe instead of pushing people out or slinging hate..try showing patience and understanding..be respectful of each other's differences..how can you expect a stranger to accept your culture if you act bigoted towards theirs...
And it is true, practicing patience and understanding doesn't always work..but there exists so many ignorant people in this world..we can either allow them to skew our mentality or we can do our best to educate them and if they refuse, then we move on without them..don't let the ignorant dictate the way we treat people...
Your whole post sounds like something out of a book. Sounds good in print, but in reality you couldn't be more wrong!

Firstly, Europeans were here first. We just came back to reclaim it! Secondly, the King insisted the Natives not be killed. Our ancestors tried to respect them and share the land. Now they are given everything on a silver platter. Lol

As for Small Pox, oh well...shit happens. If anyone knows anything about diseases, it's the Chinese. Most diseases originated in Asia, especially China.

Also, China was also colonized by people who migrated too. It was just the Americas. You all didn't just sprout over there. Only difference is we are a much younger colony overall.

Capitalism you say? Well why is it that many Chinese come here with their Communist ways? Why do they not assimilate? Sure they might have money, but they are driving up real estate prices, and tuition costs. They are also killing the wages. And inviting illegals to work for them. Further wrecking our economy. Chinese people are known in Canada to be the biggest tax evaders too.

Oh, we haven't even touched crime. The Chinese Mafia is something that Canada does not need. Vancouver has become just another Hong Kong, and the crime there has gone up drastically. Gangs, drugs, and prostitution. You name it...Pathetic!

What good are immigrants if they don't span out and assimilate? If they won't or can't even speak English? There is a lot of Northern Territory, but you don't see any Chinese up there. Nope. Most are RACIST. They make bad immigrants!!!

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Blame the British for creating that stupid 'British Empire' from shitty places such as India.

you reap what you sow.

why did you want to go to shitty dirty India and etc. and make a 'British Empire' out of those shitty places?

now you get those people to Canada and etc.?
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No more immigrants period. Stop immigration from ALL COUNTRIES! We must find employment for OUR people FIRST!

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but i think i'd be a good idea to merge with USA. at least allowing citizens of both countries to be automatic permanent residents of each other.

some traitor/liar politicians claim that Canada has a labor shortage?(while many people are unemployed), why not let Americans come to fill those shortages. by doing so it is also helping some unemployed Americans.
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Canada needs immigration to grow and become a world class country superpower. Just saying.
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No more immigrants period. Stop immigration from ALL COUNTRIES! We must find employment for OUR people FIRST!
The same hatred caused shiploads of Jewish refugees being denied access to Canada and they unfortunately ended up in the Nazi occupied Europe and perished along with 6 million other Jews. Racist!

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