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It is a sad thing to see that most people in this world look down upon China and Chinese people. personally I think it has a lot to do with their perception of China being an irresponsible and uncivilized nation ruled by a regime that is not democratically elected, and therefore does not subject itself to any laws. after all, it is hard for the rest of world to accept 1/5 of the world population still living under the rule of a fraudulent and oppressive totalitarian regime. for Chinese people to be respected as a civilized people, they need to work out their own political and economic system, protecting the basic human rights and allowing the society to grow on its own. with virtually all resources controlled by a failing and corrupted regime, China's economy is by no means a free and market oriented, and therefore does not deserve the benefits pertained to those international organizations, such as WTO and UN. So had China had a uprising like those happened in the middle east recently, the rascal regime in Beijing would have been promptly excommunicated from the world community. It would be a great thing to see this old A hole regime got expelled from UN and WTO.

Now, the world needs to watch carefully on the next move by the Chinese communist regime as it has been getting desperate facing the difficulties . we are especially concerned if a communist ass- hole country like red China goes banana and starts hurting democracies in the region, Taiwan, Japan , S. Korea, Philippines....
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momotaro70 wrote:
It is a sad thing to see that most people in this world look down upon China and Chinese people. personally I think it has a lot to do with their perception of China being an irresponsible and uncivilized nation ruled by a regime that is not democratically elected, and therefore does not subject itself to any laws. after all, it is hard for the rest of world to accept 1/5 of the world population still living under the rule of a fraudulent and oppressive totalitarian regime. for Chinese people to be respected as a civilized people, they need to work out their own political and economic system, protecting the basic human rights and allowing the society to grow on its own. with virtually all resources controlled by a failing and corrupted regime, China's economy is by no means a free and market oriented, and therefore does not deserve the benefits pertained to those international organizations, such as WTO and UN. So had China had a uprising like those happened in the middle east recently, the rascal regime in Beijing would have been promptly excommunicated from the world community. It would be a great thing to see this old A hole regime got expelled from UN and WTO.
Now, the world needs to watch carefully on the next move by the Chinese communist regime as it has been getting desperate facing the difficulties . we are especially concerned if a communist ass- hole country like red China goes banana and starts hurting democracies in the region, Taiwan, Japan , S. Korea, Philippines....
momo boy,all that muched hyped"world looks down on china is just jealousy,china is one of the major powers in the world and it is recognized by more than 180 countries,the ccp is a good govt,and besides it is a regional power and a potential superpower,so please dont bring us any of this nonsense
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blitz123 wrote:
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momo boy,all that muched hyped"world looks down on china is just jealousy,china is one of the major powers in the world and it is recognized by more than 180 countries,the ccp is a good govt,and besides it is a regional power and a potential superpower,so please dont bring us any of this nonsense
Psst. If you want to pretend to be someone who doesn't work for the CCP, you may want to stop saying they are a good government. The only people who'd say that are morons or are paid to say it.
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Psst. If you want to pretend to be someone who doesn't work for the CCP, you may want to stop saying they are a good government. The only people who'd say that are morons or are paid to say it.
our gov. is for us, not for you.

you people can only qualified to say something about your gov.

not mine.
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momotaro70 wrote:
It is a sad thing to see that most people in this world look down upon China and Chinese people. personally I think it has a lot to do with their perception of China being an irresponsible and uncivilized nation ruled by a regime that is not democratically elected, and therefore does not subject itself to any laws. after all, it is hard for the rest of world to accept 1/5 of the world population still living under the rule of a fraudulent and oppressive totalitarian regime. for Chinese people to be respected as a civilized people, they need to work out their own political and economic system, protecting the basic human rights and allowing the society to grow on its own. with virtually all resources controlled by a failing and corrupted regime, China's economy is by no means a free and market oriented, and therefore does not deserve the benefits pertained to those international organizations, such as WTO and UN. So had China had a uprising like those happened in the middle east recently, the rascal regime in Beijing would have been promptly excommunicated from the world community. It would be a great thing to see this old A hole regime got expelled from UN and WTO.
Now, the world needs to watch carefully on the next move by the Chinese communist regime as it has been getting desperate facing the difficulties . we are especially concerned if a communist ass- hole country like red China goes banana and starts hurting democracies in the region, Taiwan, Japan , S. Korea, Philippines....
hahaha...

we worked out our system 60 years ago.

we don't need your respect, and we certainty have no respect for yours. losers!
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Jan 2, 2013
 
momotaro70 wrote:
It is a sad thing to see that most people in this world look down upon China and Chinese people. personally I think it has a lot to do with their perception of China being an irresponsible and uncivilized nation ruled by a regime that is not democratically elected, and therefore does not subject itself to any laws. after all, it is hard for the rest of world to accept 1/5 of the world population still living under the rule of a fraudulent and oppressive totalitarian regime. for Chinese people to be respected as a civilized people, they need to work out their own political and economic system, protecting the basic human rights and allowing the society to grow on its own. with virtually all resources controlled by a failing and corrupted regime, China's economy is by no means a free and market oriented, and therefore does not deserve the benefits pertained to those international organizations, such as WTO and UN. So had China had a uprising like those happened in the middle east recently, the rascal regime in Beijing would have been promptly excommunicated from the world community. It would be a great thing to see this old A hole regime got expelled from UN and WTO.
Now, the world needs to watch carefully on the next move by the Chinese communist regime as it has been getting desperate facing the difficulties . we are especially concerned if a communist ass- hole country like red China goes banana and starts hurting democracies in the region, Taiwan, Japan , S. Korea, Philippines....
don't even speak for the world.

the world is not consisted just losers like you.:)
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lct wrote:
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our gov. is for us, not for you.
you people can only qualified to say something about your gov.
not mine.
So that means you aren't 'qualified' to say anything about Hong Kong, The Republic of China or Japan.

Luckily I live in a free country (you can google what that is) so I'm allowed to comment on anything I like.

Isn't democracy great?
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So that means you aren't 'qualified' to say anything about Hong Kong, The Republic of China or Japan.
Luckily I live in a free country (you can google what that is) so I'm allowed to comment on anything I like.
Isn't democracy great?
you are no longer the ruler of hk. not scince 1997. don't pretend you still the one.

i know Japan is a dog, but their master is not you. so don't pretend you are the one.

pay your sins to China. that is the only way you can get better.:)
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momotaro70 wrote:
It is a sad thing to see that most people in this world look down upon China and Chinese people. personally I think it has a lot to do with their perception of China being an irresponsible and uncivilized nation ruled by a regime that is not democratically elected, and therefore does not subject itself to any laws. after all, it is hard for the rest of world to accept 1/5 of the world population still living under the rule of a fraudulent and oppressive totalitarian regime. for Chinese people to be respected as a civilized people, they need to work out their own political and economic system, protecting the basic human rights and allowing the society to grow on its own. with virtually all resources controlled by a failing and corrupted regime, China's economy is by no means a free and market oriented, and therefore does not deserve the benefits pertained to those international organizations, such as WTO and UN. So had China had a uprising like those happened in the middle east recently, the rascal regime in Beijing would have been promptly excommunicated from the world community. It would be a great thing to see this old A hole regime got expelled from UN and WTO.
Now, the world needs to watch carefully on the next move by the Chinese communist regime as it has been getting desperate facing the difficulties . we are especially concerned if a communist ass- hole country like red China goes banana and starts hurting democracies in the region, Taiwan, Japan , S. Korea, Philippines....
You out dated, you McCartyhism is outdated ! China Is a not tolitarian but Authoritarian nation with a vertical Democracy!

over 179 nations supported Communist Cuba, means US is losing it status in the world as undemocractic Empire.

VWHAHAHHAHAAA
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momotaro70 wrote:
It is a sad thing to see that most people in this world look down upon China and Chinese people. personally I think it has a lot to do with their perception of China being an irresponsible and uncivilized nation ruled by a regime that is not democratically elected, and therefore does not subject itself to any laws. after all, it is hard for the rest of world to accept 1/5 of the world population still living under the rule of a fraudulent and oppressive totalitarian regime. for Chinese people to be respected as a civilized people, they need to work out their own political and economic system, protecting the basic human rights and allowing the society to grow on its own. with virtually all resources controlled by a failing and corrupted regime, China's economy is by no means a free and market oriented, and therefore does not deserve the benefits pertained to those international organizations, such as WTO and UN. So had China had a uprising like those happened in the middle east recently, the rascal regime in Beijing would have been promptly excommunicated from the world community. It would be a great thing to see this old A hole regime got expelled from UN and WTO.
Now, the world needs to watch carefully on the next move by the Chinese communist regime as it has been getting desperate facing the difficulties . we are especially concerned if a communist ass- hole country like red China goes banana and starts hurting democracies in the region, Taiwan, Japan , S. Korea, Philippines....
Democracy is in crisis and you want to fob it off on China? If you don't like it here you could always go and live somewhere else because I am sure that you won't be missed!
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Luckily I live in a free country (you can google what that is) so I'm allowed to comment on anything I like.
No, he can't google what that is because the government is blocking his internet access

If he googles 'free country' the soldiers might take him away to an education camp :)
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The Chinese seem like great people with an interesting history. The reason the world looks down on them is not jealousy. Its because the people are cowards being controlled by their government.

They have enough people to overthrow the authoritarians but they are like domestic animals now, too well trained at being subservient to fight back.

And the entire world can see the pollution and poisons they are dumping into the land, the water, and the air.

I would have more respect for China if they would take better care of the environment. This is the only planet we have, you idiots. Stop killing it.
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the American wrote:
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No, he can't google what that is because the government is blocking his internet access
If he googles 'free country' the soldiers might take him away to an education camp :)
hey, nobody wants google.

it is too expensive for what it is.

so what you are going to do? losing more money?:)
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hey, nobody wants google.
it is too expensive for what it is.
so what you are going to do? losing more money?:)
Too expensive? Google is free, friend :)

They make you pay to use google in China? Do they even have google in China or does the government block that too?
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lct wrote:
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hey, nobody wants google.
it is too expensive for what it is.
so what you are going to do? losing more money?:)
Isn't that horrible?

Apparently the CCP brainwashes its citizens to think using google costs money.

I guess that's why all ict's posts are so badly translated.
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Too expensive? Google is free, friend :)
They make you pay to use google in China? Do they even have google in China or does the government block that too?
are you telling everyone here that there is some free in usa?

try to convince yourself first.:)
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Jan 3, 2013
 
why to look down?

when you go to the zoo, you watch the baboons in the cage, you may look left or look right... sometimes they are up on the roof you have to look UP to see them, the baboons
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Agent good one. Actually the world looks up to China, in fact over 200 countries does serious trading with China---including those that hate Chins on this board, Flip, Taiwan, Japan, korea, VN , India et al; Right now China is the engine that has been driving the world for the last five years, if you don't believe me read Wall Street Journal, Business Daily et al.
i remember 4 june 89

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The whole world saw PLA kill protesting students and citizens at Tiananmen Square-- June 4 1989-- we have not forgotten what China does to its people

And FREE TIBET NOW!!!

Chinese people need to raise up and kill the tyrants in charge, revolution!
CHINA RISING

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momotaro70 wrote:
It is a sad thing to see that most people in this world look down upon China and Chinese people. personally I think it has a lot to do with their perception of China being an irresponsible and uncivilized nation ruled by a regime that is not democratically elected, and therefore does not subject itself to any laws. after all, it is hard for the rest of world to accept 1/5 of the world population still living under the rule of a fraudulent and oppressive totalitarian regime. for Chinese people to be respected as a civilized people, they need to work out their own political and economic system, protecting the basic human rights and allowing the society to grow on its own. with virtually all resources controlled by a failing and corrupted regime, China's economy is by no means a free and market oriented, and therefore does not deserve the benefits pertained to those international organizations, such as WTO and UN. So had China had a uprising like those happened in the middle east recently, the rascal regime in Beijing would have been promptly excommunicated from the world community. It would be a great thing to see this old A hole regime got expelled from UN and WTO.
Now, the world needs to watch carefully on the next move by the Chinese communist regime as it has been getting desperate facing the difficulties . we are especially concerned if a communist ass- hole country like red China goes banana and starts hurting democracies in the region, Taiwan, Japan , S. Korea, Philippines....
China ranks 5th in world popularity. Ahead of US and European Union, the hated old Western imperialists.

As shown in a recent global survey conducted by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), China’s global popularity has increased, surpassing France and the United States, and is now ranked fifth in the world’s most popular countries.

The results of this survey are drawn from the answers of 24,000 respondents in 22 countries. Compared to the results of the 2011 survey, this year shows that the percentage of those who hold a positive view of China rose from 46 percent to 50 percent, allowing China to surpass both the United States and the European Union to become the world’s fifth most popular country.

The survey also showed that China’s popularity increased in both developed and developing countries, with the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada and Germany showing the largest increases in margins.

Compared with two years ago, the views of those surveyed towards the United States changed little. This year, 47 percent of the respondents held a positive view of the United States, compared to 33 percent negative. For European countries, this year’s survey marks the second consecutive decline in popularity.

According to a spokesperson for Globe Scan, a public opinion research firm which conducted the survey for the BBC,“The EU has long been regarded as a symbol of political and economic stability. But after the European Union sunk into crisis, people turned their hopes toward China.”

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