Chinese can not vote after 4000 years

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China goes nowhere

Columbia, MD

#1 Nov 6, 2012
what a country!
Andersen

Edmonton, Canada

#2 Nov 6, 2012
Can Vietnamese vote? In what sense? More corrupt than big brother China!

Do flips really have democracy? How many politicians were killed just in the last year by opponents?

How corrupt all the officials are?

Is it true democracy?

But the media in this country and USA choose to remain silent about all this.

How about the Indian system? As corrupt! The wealthy are so rich, but nothing is spent in infrastructure let alone helping the poor.

Look at India's railroads and roads and you will understand. Where has the money gone when India is also booming?
SATAN IS A LIAR

Brooklyn, NY

#3 Nov 6, 2012
Strange Dust

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

#4 Nov 6, 2012
Chinese can vote. 600,000
Vpte buying is endemic however. cf Wukan village where government was chased out of village by angry citizens hahahahaha!!!
US NGOs set up elections but Li Peng stopped its expansion.
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#6 Nov 6, 2012
Strange Dust wrote:
Chinese can vote. 600,000
Vpte buying is endemic however. cf Wukan village where government was chased out of village by angry citizens hahahahaha!!!
US NGOs set up elections but Li Peng stopped its expansion.
China lets foreigners set up elections? You are kidding, right?

Five years in China and you learned NOTHING.
80 percent of Chinese

Columbia, MD

#7 Nov 7, 2012
80 percent of Chinese in China want to have election and demolish the current China's political system!

Facts:

http://www.viet.rfi.fr/chau-a/20121107-global...
Mysterious letter found

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

#8 Nov 7, 2012
RayH wrote:
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China lets foreigners set up elections? You are kidding, right?
Five years in China and you learned NOTHING.
Votes in lcal countryside was not a Chinese idea. It was aWestern NGO that started it.
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE

Richmond, Canada

#10 Nov 7, 2012
the problem with a dumb american wannabee...

is he really thinks it matters who gets voted in in the USA...

because the losing political party is going to make sure...nothing gets done anyways...

if in the USA your party wins the presidency and gets to call the shots do what it wants...

then I would say better system...

but we all know its gonna be gridlock in the USA for the next 4 years...

unless they really fcuk you over with the Financial Cliff coming up
Mysterious letter found

Penang, Malaysia

#11 Nov 8, 2012
RayH wrote:
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China lets foreigners set up elections? You are kidding, right?
Five years in China and you learned NOTHING.
Whose idea were local elections ?
old china

Chengdu, China

#12 Nov 8, 2012
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE wrote:
the problem with a dumb american wannabee...
is he really thinks it matters who gets voted in in the USA...
because the losing political party is going to make sure...nothing gets done anyways...
if in the USA your party wins the presidency and gets to call the shots do what it wants...
then I would say better system...
but we all know its gonna be gridlock in the USA for the next 4 years...
unless they really fcuk you over with the Financial Cliff coming up
You have a point but consider the result if there is no gridlock - half the population or more would be opposed to the decisions forced upon them and there is already too much power placed in the hands of one man.
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#13 Nov 8, 2012
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE wrote:
the problem with a dumb american wannabee...
is he really thinks it matters who gets voted in in the USA...
because the losing political party is going to make sure...nothing gets done anyways...
if in the USA your party wins the presidency and gets to call the shots do what it wants...
then I would say better system...
but we all know its gonna be gridlock in the USA for the next 4 years...
unless they really fcuk you over with the Financial Cliff coming up
US$ 5 Billion spent on this election and the U.S. afterwards is exactly like it was the day before the election: Democratic President and Senate, GOP House. Another words, more of the same.

Yes, the Fiscal Cliff is coming, and may throw the U.S. economy under the bus if Congressional gridlock continues. This kind of gridlock is what stalled the economies of democratic Japan, Taiwan, and India.
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#14 Nov 8, 2012
Can't get things done.
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#15 Nov 8, 2012
Mysterious letter found wrote:
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Whose idea were local elections ?
Who cares. It has to be Chinese who accept them.
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#16 Nov 8, 2012
old china wrote:
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You have a point but consider the result if there is no gridlock - half the population or more would be opposed to the decisions forced upon them and there is already too much power placed in the hands of one man.
Civil war?
Mysterious letter found

Penang, Malaysia

#17 Nov 8, 2012
RayH wrote:
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Civil war?
Old China is a democrat?! Waheyy!!!!

That is a key democratic argument. Just support Political Elections in China and you're one of the team.
old china

Chengdu, China

#18 Nov 8, 2012
RayH wrote:
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Civil war?
You would think so amongst an intelligent people but the beauty of the system of democracy is that when your government is krap there is always the illusion of a better tomorrow after the next election. And these sad idiots fall for it every time.
old china

Chengdu, China

#19 Nov 8, 2012
Mysterious letter found wrote:
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Old China is a democrat?! Waheyy!!!!
That is a key democratic argument. Just support Political Elections in China and you're one of the team.
What the Chinese do with regards to their government is entirely their affair but the very last thing I would seek to impose on China would be a multi party political system.

I don't get a vote in the USA either and any similarity between my opinions and those of the American Democratic Party are purely coincidental.
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#20 Nov 8, 2012
old china wrote:
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You would think so amongst an intelligent people but the beauty of the system of democracy is that when your government is krap there is always the illusion of a better tomorrow after the next election. And these sad idiots fall for it every time.
US$ 5 Billion spent electioneering and U.S. today is exactly as it was one day before the election: Democratic President & Senate, GOP House. Same gridlock as before, with the Fiscal Cliff just 2 months away.
Xi Jinping is a TRAITOR

Port Moody, Canada

#21 Nov 16, 2012
China goes nowhere wrote:
what a country!
Pretty sad fate for a once-great people!

SLAVES to senile mass-murdering THIEVES!

Poor, poor China. HUMILIATED before the entire world!
APEC

United States

#22 Nov 16, 2012
In a democracy it is manipulation... what ever the country political system whether it is Quasi-democracy, Communism... it is gamed to benefit those in power. WAKE UP TIME All!

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