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lct

Beijing, China

#21 Feb 14, 2013
dreadman82 wrote:
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Then tell start taking care of your orphans, your migrant children and your handicaped you banana republic dictators.
we do.
LOVE CHINA DESTROY CCP

Surrey, Canada

#22 Feb 14, 2013
^No you do not.

CCP China is a horrible place for orphans, migrants, children, handicapped, and so many other Chinese.

It is very profitable for the Chinese Communist Party.

192 apartments stolen by one Chinese Communist Party official, while hundreds of millions in China live in mud huts or worse.

And you CCP do not even have the decency to feel shame.

Since: Jun 12

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#23 Feb 14, 2013
lct wrote:
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we do.
Oh I forgot Violent forced eviction, forced abortion and other human rights victims, like Rwanda almost
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Surrey, Canada

#24 Feb 14, 2013
^Worse.

The Chinese Communist Party genocide against the Chinese peoples has been going on for sixty years.
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Surrey, Canada

#25 Feb 16, 2013
...and lets not forget the CCP's concentration camps where, as the UN has said, "the use of torture against the Chinese people is routine and widespread"....
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Surrey, Canada

#26 Feb 17, 2013
... and do not forget the "special needs" of the loser CCP that means Chinese are always being fed propaganda lies and have no access to important sources of information censored by the dictatorship.

This means China stays intellectually backwards, stupid, and forever ridiculed by the rest of the world.

Look at the recent idiocy of "Peoples'Daily", being totally FOOLED and HUMILIATED by The Onion's SATIRICAL naming of King Kim III, the "Year's Sexiest Man"! These CCP are SO DUMB they swallowed it "hook, line, and sinker"!

Stupidest newspaper on earth, by far!!!
Vivek Golikeri

Hollywood, FL

#27 Feb 17, 2013
China since 1948 has been undergoing the same tortured transition from a basically medieval culture to a basically modern one that France embarked upon with the Great French Revolution of 1789. After Mao died, the changes wrought by Deng-Shao-Ping were analogous to the creation of a limited, constitutional monarch after the 1815 Congress of Vienna. Tienanmen Square in 1989 was an attempt to bring in more open and representative government. I compare it both to the Paris Commune of 1871 and the Movement To The People in Czarist Russia.

Even though Tienanmen was brutally put down, it forced China to give in some. A new professional class has emerged, caring less for ideology and more for western freedoms and lifestyle. When China's economy has the next crisis, it is this new class that will challenge the status quo.
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Surrey, Canada

#28 Feb 17, 2013
Vivek Golikeri wrote:
China since 1948 has been undergoing the same tortured transition from a basically medieval culture to a basically modern one that France embarked upon with the Great French Revolution of 1789. After Mao died, the changes wrought by Deng-Shao-Ping were analogous to the creation of a limited, constitutional monarch after the 1815 Congress of Vienna. Tienanmen Square in 1989 was an attempt to bring in more open and representative government. I compare it both to the Paris Commune of 1871 and the Movement To The People in Czarist Russia.
Even though Tienanmen was brutally put down, it forced China to give in some. A new professional class has emerged, caring less for ideology and more for western freedoms and lifestyle. When China's economy has the next crisis, it is this new class that will challenge the status quo.
I certainly hope so.
LOVE CHINA DESTROY CCP

Surrey, Canada

#29 Feb 18, 2013
Vivek Golikeri wrote:
China since 1948 has been undergoing the same tortured transition from a basically medieval culture to a basically modern one that France embarked upon with the Great French Revolution of 1789. After Mao died, the changes wrought by Deng-Shao-Ping were analogous to the creation of a limited, constitutional monarch after the 1815 Congress of Vienna. Tienanmen Square in 1989 was an attempt to bring in more open and representative government. I compare it both to the Paris Commune of 1871 and the Movement To The People in Czarist Russia.
Even though Tienanmen was brutally put down, it forced China to give in some. A new professional class has emerged, caring less for ideology and more for western freedoms and lifestyle. When China's economy has the next crisis, it is this new class that will challenge the status quo.
Oh, and not since 1948. Since 1911.

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