CCP is DYING

Port Moody, Canada

#24 Apr 4, 2013
VIVA CHINA wrote:
You hate China but you rely on China.
So you are stupid and deceptive.
Who cares whether you hate China or not?
You know without China's money, you would have gone broken, Now you cocky whites still hate China, shame on you.
WOW! You are as ignorant of economics as you are of history!

CCP CHINA is #1 in STUPID!

HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!

“we are central empire”

Since: Sep 12

Changde, China

#25 Apr 5, 2013
CCP is DYING wrote:
<quoted text>
WOW! You are as ignorant of economics as you are of history!
CCP CHINA is #1 in STUPID!
HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!
Well it seems the most stupid man here is you.
atilla the Han

Australia

#27 Apr 5, 2013
which country is increasingly loved by the world???
P kulig

Vancouver, Canada

#28 Apr 5, 2013
atilla the Han wrote:
which country is increasingly loved by the world???
USA, Japan, India, Philippines!
atilla the Han

Australia

#29 Apr 7, 2013
P kulig wrote:
<quoted text>USA, Japan, India, Philippines!
usa tell the arabs.
japan tell the chinese and koreans.
india tell pakistanis and sri lankans
flips only friend is bananazzz.
OCCUPY TIANNANMEN

Surrey, Canada

#30 Apr 9, 2013
atilla the Han wrote:
which country is increasingly loved by the world???
CANADA, of course!
OVERTHROW the CCP PIGS

Surrey, Canada

#31 Apr 10, 2013
Note how NO ONE OBJECTS!

Yay! CANADA!
CHINA SPRING

Surrey, Canada

#32 Apr 10, 2013
Just THINK of a China with the DEMOCRACY, RULE OF LAW, SECURITY, PROSPERITY and FREEDOM that CANADA ENJOYS!!!!
CHINA SPRING

Surrey, Canada

#33 Apr 10, 2013
Can the Chinese people imagine how WONDERFUL their country would be then? How RESPECTED? How FREE?
ASIA LATIN AFRO MID EAST

United States

#34 Apr 10, 2013
P kulig wrote:
<quoted text>USA, Japan, India, Philippines!
Actually US is most hated worldwide, over 179 nations give the US the boot in theee Ass! MWBWHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAa
CCP is DYING

Surrey, Canada

#35 Apr 10, 2013
Read the article, dummy.:

"...public opinion surveys from the Pew Research Center’s Global Attitudes Project and the BBC reveal that China’s image ranges between mixed and poor. And the negative view is expanding: for almost a decade, European public opinion toward China has been the most negative in the world, but that is now matched in America and Asia.

There are likewise increasing signs of strain with Russia: on the surface, there is considerable harmony of worldviews and interests, but underneath lie lingering historical suspicions, growing trade frictions, problems stemming from Russia’s military sales to China, immigration controversies and nascent strategic competition in Central Asia.

China’s reputation has also deteriorated in the Middle East and among the Arab League due to the country’s support for the Syrian and Iranian regimes as well as its persecution of Muslim minorities in far western China, a policy that has also sullied its image in Central Asia.

Even in Africa — where relations remain positive on the whole — China’s image has deteriorated over the past three years as a result of the flood of Chinese entrepreneurs, its rapacious extraction of oil and other raw materials, aid projects that seem to benefit Chinese construction companies as much as recipient countries and support for unsavory governments. A similar downturn is apparent in Latin America for the same reasons.

Finally, China’s most important relationship — with the United States — is also troubled. It is now a combination of tight interdependence, occasional cooperation, growing competition and deepening distrust...."
ASIA LATIN AFRO MID EAST

United States

#36 Apr 10, 2013
CCP is DYING wrote:
Read the article, dummy.:
"...public opinion surveys from the Pew Research Center’s Global Attitudes Project and the BBC reveal that China’s image ranges between mixed and poor. And the negative view is expanding: for almost a decade, European public opinion toward China has been the most negative in the world, but that is now matched in America and Asia.
There are likewise increasing signs of strain with Russia: on the surface, there is considerable harmony of worldviews and interests, but underneath lie lingering historical suspicions, growing trade frictions, problems stemming from Russia’s military sales to China, immigration controversies and nascent strategic competition in Central Asia.
China’s reputation has also deteriorated in the Middle East and among the Arab League due to the country’s support for the Syrian and Iranian regimes as well as its persecution of Muslim minorities in far western China, a policy that has also sullied its image in Central Asia.
Even in Africa — where relations remain positive on the whole — China’s image has deteriorated over the past three years as a result of the flood of Chinese entrepreneurs, its rapacious extraction of oil and other raw materials, aid projects that seem to benefit Chinese construction companies as much as recipient countries and support for unsavory governments. A similar downturn is apparent in Latin America for the same reasons.
Finally, China’s most important relationship — with the United States — is also troubled. It is now a combination of tight interdependence, occasional cooperation, growing competition and deepening distrust...."
You reaally misinformed MiroLubya The BRICS nations dropped US dollar as world reserve and other nations is also going forward if US and G6 nations don't revamp it evil ways, do you know what i'm talking about little jat/meaat head. Mirolube Ya you so sexy ! BEWHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAA
CHINA HUMILIATED by CCP

Surrey, Canada

#37 Apr 10, 2013
Yes, all you have in response to facts is made-up CCP hate propaganda drivel.

Thanks for the example of CCP-induced brain damage.
ASIA LATIN AFRO MID EAST

United States

#38 Apr 10, 2013
CHINA HUMILIATED by CCP wrote:
Yes, all you have in response to facts is made-up CCP hate propaganda drivel.
Thanks for the example of CCP-induced brain damage.
Not Propaganda!

Read up about 179 nations renounce US , look at UN site!

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Fifty-eighth General Assembly

Plenary

54th & 55th Meetings (AM & PM)

GENERAL ASSEMBLY, FOR TWELFTH STRAIGHT YEAR, ADOPTS TEXT ON NECESSITY

OF ENDING UNITED STATES EMBARGO AGAINST CUBA

Also Adopts Text on IAEA Report by Recorded Vote

For the twelfth straight year, the General Assembly today overwhelmingly adopted a resolution on the necessity of ending the four-decade-old economic, commercial and financial embargo imposed by the United States against Cuba.

In a resolution, adopted by a vote of 179 (NATIONS) in favour to three against (Israel, Marshall Islands and United States), with two abstentions (Morocco and Micronesia), the Assembly expressed its concern that since its earliest resolution on the matter in 1991, further measures had been taken by the United States to strengthen and extend the restrictions, which adversely affected the Cuban people and Cuban nationals living in other countries.(See Annex I for details)

Chiefly concerned by the application of laws and regulations, such as the United States 1996 Helms-Burton Act,“the extraterritorial effects of which affect the sovereignty of other States, the legitimate interest of entities or persons under their jurisdiction and the freedom of trade and navigation”, the Assembly once again, urged States to take the necessary steps to repeal or invalidate such measures, as soon as possible.

Likening the effects of the embargo to genocide, Felipe Perez Roque, Cuba’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, said the blockade imposed by the United States against Cuba must be lifted and the Helms-Burton Act repealed. The United States had no right to determine or influence economic structures within Cuba. It must allow Cuba to freely import and export from within its own territory. In the meantime, Cubans were far from surrendering, were more united than ever and had tapped new sources of strength to preserve their sovereignty and freedoms.

The representative of the United States said the resolution constituted an attempt by Cuba to detract attention from its deplorable track record on human rights. The measures imposed by the United States, a bilateral issue between it and Cuba, did not actually constitute a blockade, as it did not affect Cuba’s trade with other nations. Cuba remained free to trade with any other country -- a freedom it was exercising. Cuba’s best day, he stated, would come when Cubans opened their eyes and saw freedom, when they opened their mouths and proclaimed “Cuba libre”, when they said to President Castro,“Hasta la vista, baby”.
OVERTHROW the CCP PIGS

Surrey, Canada

#40 Apr 11, 2013
Read the article, dummy.:
"...public opinion surveys from the Pew Research Center’s Global Attitudes Project and the BBC reveal that China’s image ranges between mixed and poor. And the negative view is expanding: for almost a decade, European public opinion toward China has been the most negative in the world, but that is now matched in America and Asia.
There are likewise increasing signs of strain with Russia: on the surface, there is considerable harmony of worldviews and interests, but underneath lie lingering historical suspicions, growing trade frictions, problems stemming from Russia’s military sales to China, immigration controversies and nascent strategic competition in Central Asia.
China’s reputation has also deteriorated in the Middle East and among the Arab League due to the country’s support for the Syrian and Iranian regimes as well as its persecution of Muslim minorities in far western China, a policy that has also sullied its image in Central Asia.
Even in Africa — where relations remain positive on the whole — China’s image has deteriorated over the past three years as a result of the flood of Chinese entrepreneurs, its rapacious extraction of oil and other raw materials, aid projects that seem to benefit Chinese construction companies as much as recipient countries and support for unsavory governments. A similar downturn is apparent in Latin America for the same reasons.
Finally, China’s most important relationship — with the United States — is also troubled. It is now a combination of tight interdependence, occasional cooperation, growing competition and deepening distrust...."
2 Cents

Taiwan

#41 Apr 23, 2013
Welcome to the club of most hated countries. Its a sign of your growing impact on world affairs. The day more countries hate China than the U.S. is the day that China has become more important than us. By the way, being hated is not so bad. Being irrelevant is even worse. But the absolute worst is being a lap dog like the Philippines and Japan. We say jump and you say how high.
Old Jew

San Francisco, CA

#42 Apr 23, 2013
Every country in the world trades with China bc they do not have a policy of flying drones to assinate and killed others, do not bomb other countries bc of disagreement, have not killed millions in VN and Arab countries, this is all done by the Western countries. China is peaceful just like the Jewish ppl. Chinese and Jews are brothers, that is why u r seeing a lot of Jews flocking to China.
CCP are WEAK and STUPID

Port Moody, Canada

#43 Apr 23, 2013
Old Jew wrote:
Every country in the world trades with China bc they do not have a policy of flying drones to assinate and killed others, do not bomb other countries bc of disagreement, have not killed millions in VN and Arab countries, this is all done by the Western countries. China is peaceful just like the Jewish ppl. Chinese and Jews are brothers, that is why u r seeing a lot of Jews flocking to China.
I agree the Chinese Communist Party is too weak to kill anyone but unarmed Chinese, but

Read the article, dummy.:

"...public opinion surveys from the Pew Research Center’s Global Attitudes Project and the BBC reveal that China’s image ranges between mixed and poor. And the negative view is expanding: for almost a decade, European public opinion toward China has been the most negative in the world, but that is now matched in America and Asia.

There are likewise increasing signs of strain with Russia: on the surface, there is considerable harmony of worldviews and interests, but underneath lie lingering historical suspicions, growing trade frictions, problems stemming from Russia’s military sales to China, immigration controversies and nascent strategic competition in Central Asia.

China’s reputation has also deteriorated in the Middle East and among the Arab League due to the country’s support for the Syrian and Iranian regimes as well as its persecution of Muslim minorities in far western China, a policy that has also sullied its image in Central Asia.

Even in Africa — where relations remain positive on the whole — China’s image has deteriorated over the past three years as a result of the flood of Chinese entrepreneurs, its rapacious extraction of oil and other raw materials, aid projects that seem to benefit Chinese construction companies as much as recipient countries and support for unsavory governments. A similar downturn is apparent in Latin America for the same reasons.

Finally, China’s most important relationship — with the United States — is also troubled. It is now a combination of tight interdependence, occasional cooperation, growing competition and deepening distrust...."
CCP are WEAK as QING

Surrey, Canada

#44 Apr 24, 2013
Just THINK of a China with the DEMOCRACY, RULE OF LAW, SECURITY, PROSPERITY and FREEDOM that CANADA ENJOYS!!!!
CHINA IS SICK MAN OF ASIA

Port Moody, Canada

#45 Apr 25, 2013
Wouldn't it be GREAT if China were a NORMAL country?

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