Why do people HATE Chinese?

Created by whatever on Nov 28, 2010

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Racist

Sneaky

Low Class

Since: Aug 08

Shanghai, China

#1036 Mar 28, 2013
Mirotard is forum masturbating again!!!
OCCUPY TIANNANMEN

Surrey, Canada

#1037 Mar 30, 2013
Still no apologies from the CCP dictatorship or DPRK criminal regime for their war crimes.

Only crude Red Guard bullshiht.
Haha

UK

#1040 Apr 8, 2013
WTF even politics are involved? I mean wtf does that have anything to do with local Chinese people living here.
ASIA LATIN AFRO MID EAST

United States

#1041 Apr 10, 2013
OCCUPY TIANNANMEN wrote:
Atrocities Against American Pows In Korean War - Page 1
U.S. SENATE REPORT NO. 848 ON ATROCITIES
American military troops were starved, beaten, and tortured by their Korean and Chinese captors. Every rule set forth in the Geneva Convention was broken when thousands of Americans died at the hands of barbaric Communists in the Korean War. Thus is the conclusion of Senate Report No. 848 on atrocities committed against American troops in Korea in 1950-51. This page of the Korean War Educator reveals the contents of Report No. 848, which was published by the United States Government Printing Office in Washington in 1954.
Text of Senate Report No. 848
83d Congress
2nd Session
KOREAN WAR ATROCITIES
REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS
MADE THROUGH ITS PERMANENT SUBCOMMITTEE ON INVESTIGATIONS BY ITS SUBCOMMITTEE ON KOREAN WAR ATROCITIES
INTRODUCTION
On June 25, 1950, the North Korean Peoples' Army, without warning, attacked the Free Republic of South Korea. During the ensuing 3 years of warfare, the Communist enemy committed a series of war crimes against American and United Nations personnel which constituted one of the most heinous and barbaric epochs of recorded history. When the American people became aware war atrocities had been committed against American troops, thousands of letters were sent to Members of Congress by parents, wives, and relatives of servicemen, requesting an immediate investigation.
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OVERTHROW the CCP PIGS

Surrey, Canada

#1042 Apr 10, 2013
Still no apologies from the CCP dictatorship or DPRK criminal regime for their war crimes.

Only more crude Red Guard bullshiht.
ASIA LATIN AFRO MID EAST

United States

#1043 Apr 10, 2013
OVERTHROW the CCP PIGS wrote:
Still no apologies from the CCP dictatorship or DPRK criminal regime for their war crimes.
Only more crude Red Guard bullshiht.
Not a commie! You fascist war mongering moron, you been manipulated and Stockholmed by you own kind, you still licking hitler bootstraop, you fascist bimbo! BWHAHAHAHAHAHA
OVERTHROW the CCP PIGS

Surrey, Canada

#1044 Apr 10, 2013
Still no apologies from the CCP dictatorship or DPRK criminal regime for their war crimes.

Only yet more crude Red Guard bullshiht.
ASIA LATIN AFRO MID EAST

United States

#1045 Apr 10, 2013
OVERTHROW the CCP PIGS wrote:
Still no apologies from the CCP dictatorship or DPRK criminal regime for their war crimes.
Only yet more crude Red Guard bullshiht.
No commie here! Still no sorry from you lap doggy of US world war mongers who ruined world and US , with US war machines waged on the world and its own people, so?

yo so sexy Miro LUBE ya, is this a date girl? BWHAHHAAHAHAHAHa
OVERTHROW the CCP PIGS

Surrey, Canada

#1046 Apr 11, 2013
Still no apologies from the CCP dictatorship or DPRK criminal regime for their war crimes.

Only yet more crude Red Guard bullshiht.
Hong

Sacramento, CA

#1047 Apr 22, 2013
Your people are Han Chinese, Malaysia wouldn't even have business if it weren't for Chinese investment.
Hong

Sacramento, CA

#1048 Apr 22, 2013
The bombing was becuse the Japanese wouldn't give up the war. The emperor lost power and it was clear the Japanese military was really in charge. The reason they dropped the bombs was to force Japan into surrender. However you are right, Nagasaki and Hiroshima did not play a vital role in the military and was full of innocent people. But the Japanese also slaughtered billions of innocent Chinese. The real reason U.S wanted to drop bomb so badly was because Nagasaki and Hiroshima were the perfect test places for America's newly developed atom bomb.

“fly, as possible as you can ”

Since: Jul 08

Guangdong,China

#1049 Apr 23, 2013
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“fly, as possible as you can ”

Since: Jul 08

Guangdong,China

#1050 Apr 23, 2013
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OCCUPY TIANNANMEN

Port Moody, Canada

#1052 Apr 23, 2013
Atrocities Against American Pows In Korean War - Page 1
U.S. SENATE REPORT NO. 848 ON ATROCITIES

American military troops were starved, beaten, and tortured by their Korean and Chinese captors. Every rule set forth in the Geneva Convention was broken when thousands of Americans died at the hands of barbaric Communists in the Korean War. Thus is the conclusion of Senate Report No. 848 on atrocities committed against American troops in Korea in 1950-51. This page of the Korean War Educator reveals the contents of Report No. 848, which was published by the United States Government Printing Office in Washington in 1954.

Text of Senate Report No. 848
83d Congress
2nd Session

KOREAN WAR ATROCITIES
REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS
MADE THROUGH ITS PERMANENT SUBCOMMITTEE ON INVESTIGATIONS BY ITS SUBCOMMITTEE ON KOREAN WAR ATROCITIES

INTRODUCTION
On June 25, 1950, the North Korean Peoples' Army, without warning, attacked the Free Republic of South Korea. During the ensuing 3 years of warfare, the Communist enemy committed a series of war crimes against American and United Nations personnel which constituted one of the most heinous and barbaric epochs of recorded history. When the American people became aware war atrocities had been committed against American troops, thousands of letters were sent to Members of Congress by parents, wives, and relatives of servicemen, requesting an immediate investigation.

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OCCUPY TIANNANMEN

Port Moody, Canada

#1053 Apr 23, 2013
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First reports of war crimes committed by the North Korean armies in Korea against captured United Nations military personnel began to filter into General Headquarters, United Nations Command, early in July of 1950. When the facts were disclosed, Gen. Douglas MacArthur, Commander in Chief, United Nations Command, set up the machinery for the investigation of war crimes committed by Communist aggressors.

Initial responsibility was assigned to the Army Staff Judge Advocate of the Far East Command. On July 27, 1950, field commanders were advised as to the procedures to be followed. In early October 1950, the immediate responsibility for war-crimes investigations was transferred to the Commanding General, Eighth Army; on September 1, 1952, responsibility was transferred to the Commanding General, Korean Communication Zone, where it presently rests.

The purpose in establishing the War Crimes Division was to avoid the difficulties experienced after World War II, when little effort was made to investigate the commission of a war crime until some time after the war had ended. In order to define and clarify the limits of the investigations in Korea, war crimes were defined as those acts committed by enemy nations, or those persons acting for them, which constitute violations of the laws and customs of war, and general application and acceptance, including contravention of treaties and conventions dealing with the conduct of war, as well as outrageous acts against persons or property committed in connection with military operations.

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OCCUPY TIANNANMEN

Port Moody, Canada

#1054 Apr 23, 2013
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The War Crimes Division in Korea has already opened more than 1,800 cases of crimes committed by the enemy involving many thousands of victims, including American, South Korean, British, Turkish, and Belgian troops, as well as many civilians. The subcommittee limited its inquiry to atrocities committed against American personnel. When it became apparent numerous cases involving American servicemen were under current investigation, exclusive of hundreds of cases completely documented by evidence, the subcommittee decided to further limit its investigation to illustrative types of war atrocities.

A total of 29 witnesses appeared before the subcommittee in public hearings on December 2, 3, and 4, 1953. Of this number, 23 were American servicemen who were either survivors or eyewitnesses of Communist war crimes. The remaining witnesses were former Army field commanders in Korea and officials of the War Crimes Division. Corroborative evidence consisting of affidavits, statements, photographs, and other official records from the files of the United States Army, Judge Advocate General's Division, and from the official records of the War Crimes Division in Korea, was also received.

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OCCUPY TIANNANMEN

Port Moody, Canada

#1055 Apr 23, 2013
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11. TYPES OF WAR ATROCITIES COMMITTED AGAINST AMERICAN PRISONERS
The evidence before the subcommittee conclusively proves that American prisoners of war who were not deliberately murdered at the time of capture or shortly after capture, were beaten, wounded, starved, and tortured; molested, displayed, and humiliated before the civilian populace and/or forced to march long distances without benefit of adequate food, water, shelter, clothing, or medical care to Communist prison camps, and there to experience further acts of human indignities. Communist massacres and the wholesale extermination of their victims is a calculated part of Communist psychological warfare. The atrocities perpetrated in Korea against the United Nations troops by Chinese and North Korean Communists are not unique in Communist history, nor can they be explained away on the grounds that inhumanity is often associated with so-called civilized warfare. The House Select Committee to Conduct an Investigation of the Facts, Evidence, and Circumstances of the Katyn Forest Massacre in its final report.

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OCCUPY TIANNANMEN

Port Moody, Canada

#1056 Apr 23, 2013
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The Communist forces in Korea flagrantly violated virtually every provision of the Geneva Convention of 1929, as well as article 6 of the Charter of the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg, Germany.

III. SHOOTINGS AND KILLINGS OF AMERICAN PRISONERS OF WAR SHORTLY AFTER CAPTURE
The following cases presented by the subcommittee represent but a few of numerous similar atrocities committed by the North Korean and Chinese Communist armies:

A - THE HILL 303 MASSACRE
On August 14, 1950, a group of 26 American soldiers was surprised and captured by North Koreans whom the Americans had reason to believe were reinforcements. The men were stripped of their combat boots and personal belongings and their hands were tied behind their backs. The second day after capture, several other American prisoners joined their group, bringing the total number to approximately 45. On the third day all of the prisoners were led to a ravine, and without warning, while their hands were tied, were shot in cold blood. Only four survived.

B - THE SUNCHON TUNNEL MASSACRE
In October of 1950, at Pyongyang, when the fall of that city appeared imminent, the Communists loaded approximately 180 American war prisoners into open railroad cars for transport northward. These men were survivors of the Seoul-Pyongyang death march and were weak from lack of food, water, and medical care. They rode unprotected in the raw climate for 4 or 5 days, arriving at the Sunchon tunnel on October 30, 1950. Late in the afternoon, the prisoners were taken from the railroad cars in alternate groups of approximately 40 to nearby ravines, ostensibly to receive their first food in several days. There they were ruthlessly shot by North Korean soldiers, using Russian burp guns.

One hundred and thirty-eight American soldiers lost their lives in this atrocity; 68 were murdered at the tunnel, 7 died of malnutrition while in the tunnel, and the remainder died of pneumonia, dysentery, and malnutrition while in the tunnel, and the remainder died of pneumonia, dysentery, and malnutrition on the horror trip from Pyongyang.
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OCCUPY TIANNANMEN

Port Moody, Canada

#1057 Apr 23, 2013
Still no apologies from the CCP dictatorship or DPRK criminal regime for their war crimes.

Only more crude Red Guard bullshiht.
ChineseGirll

Los Angeles, CA

#1058 May 14, 2013
Damn. So many people talking crap about Chinese people. K first of all, I'm not racist. I love white, black, and latino people. 2nd, I am definitely not a sneak. I am honest and hardworking. And calling all Chinese people low class? Seriously? You do know that many Chinese people have class. So stop generalizing all Chinese people and calling all of our people a peice of shyt. Truth is, all races have their @$$holes and shytheads. Travel more to Hong Kong and Singapore and your ignorance will fade away.

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