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  A dream yet to be fulfilled

The video has been undoubtedly watched by million viewers, who in return could spread the words to many more.  &# 12288;Could this be the beginning of a political campaign to install democracy and constitutional rights for China? The answer is yet to come. What seems to less ambiguous, however, is the emerging sign of people’s craving for change, especially ignited by political developments in the Middle East. As a country suffered from the most severe social and economic injustice, China’s one-party political structure has been seen increasingly incompetent in dealing with the issues such as corruptions, unemployment, pollution, poverty, and many more.  &# 12288;In politics, optimism is necessary but the power of reality weighs in as well, for politics is a complicate process, as we were told, and its climate changes unpredictably as the impulses fluctuate in people’s hearts. Furthermore, despotism roots deeply in the heart of Chinese culture, which had successfully convinced the people of the need for a tyrannous force, in this case the party, to rule the country. Yet history evolves on its own course whose trend of change appears irrevocable when the moment comes. No force seems strong enough to stop the trend of change if people have finally reached a resolution that it is the time for them to reclaim for their long-delayed rights.  &# 12288;A dream may come true some day if people dream hard enough.  (Jan 16, 2013 | post #2)

  A dream yet to be fulfilled

A dream yet to be fulfilled By Steven P. Cohen Beijing--The year 2011 bears a special meaning in China’s political chronicle, for it is the centenary of the 1911 revolution led by Dr. Sun Yat-Sen. The revolution ended the feudal Manchu dynasty and brought upon China a brand new political concept, the republic. Came along with the republic was the idea of constitutional government, whose basic principles of how a country should be governed run antagonistically to those of monarchy in which power to rule was inherited through blood-tie, instead of being generated from public elections. Though the 1911 revolution was for the most part a failed attempt to transform China into a country ruled by a modern political mechanism, the event had generated some resonating effects on China’s future political development. A dream of living under a constitutional government has been going on in the hearts of Chinese people ever since. Sadly as it may sound, Chinese people are no closer to fulfill that dream today than they were one hundred years ago.  &# 12288;Though labeled as a People’s Republic, the current regime which came to power in 1949 resembles a genuine republic only by name. China’s political structure is supposed to be equipped with every apparatus that a constitutional nation should have—--a constitution, a congress, a multi party system, etc. The system looks pretty good on the surface with but one defect---none of these apparatuses work the way they should work. The communist party has the absolute monopoly on powers. The candidates for country’s every political organ are invariably nominated and assigned by the party which answers to no authority other than itself.  &# 12288;In a meeting commemorating the 1911 revolution, Mr. Zhang Qian-Fan, a law professor at the prestigious Peking University, delivered a lecture. Speaking in a passionate tone and elaborated rhetoric, Mr. Zhang urged the Chinese people to be awakened to their basic political rights. Zhang denounced despotism as the worst political system ever, and called for Chinese people to follow the people of Middle East, where the “Arab-Spring” had recently toppled down many dictatorships.  &# 12288;Despite this seemingly fervent remark, Zhang refused to believe the constitutional campaign, as it may be called, to be a revolution led by a hero. There is only one hero in modern Chinese history, Mao Tse-Tung, who had written his own epic saga in the name of people, Zhang said. What China needs now is not revolution, but a peaceful transition to democracy and constitutional government. The key to success of this movement rests on a public awareness of people’s political rights and of the importance to participate in politics. Zhang believed that China had shed too much blood in its efforts to establish a modern political structure. Violence leads to more violence, and there is no end to it. A peaceful transition to democracy seems to be the ideal solution to China’s challenge provided that the ruling classes share the same view.  &# 12288;Zhang was also calling for a revival of the traditional values, which, according to him, had been systematically destroyed by the rule of a totalitarian system. A constitutional system works only in an environment where a citizenship characterized by a strong sense of honor and integrity has been firmly installed among the majority of people.  &# 12288;What aroused more attention than the content of lecture has been government’s apparent tolerance for the clip of the lecture to be circulated in the normally strictly censored cyberspace.  (Jan 16, 2013 | post #1)

Have no sense of shame, grace and honor

 &# 12288;The primary reason for Chinese people being looked down upon by the rest of world has a lot to do with the unique traits commonly found in the Chinese characteristic. It is rather hard for civilized people to show any respect to a group of creatures who, because of lack of concept of God, seem to have no sense of shame, grace and honor. Such has been the case with people’s impression of average Chinese people being a less developed and uncouth species, effectively brainwashed by an atheistic education and propaganda going on for the past 60 years. A careful observation of Chinese mentality helps build up an universal despise to this ancient and in many aspects effete people, and yet at the same time, also leads to their sympathy. Chinese characteristics appears to be a permanent enigma, which poses endless intellectual challenges even to the most sophisticated minds. What have made these people so callous and selfish when it comes to pursuing social responsibility and justice? Is there anything besides eating, sleeping and getting laid that deserves Chinese people's endeavor? Of course, one can always come up with a counter-example to refute my statement, which may seem to be an unscrupulous generalization. But whoever had first-hand experiences living in China must to certain degree agree with this seemingly derogatory generalization. To me it seems the majority of the Chinese people are slaves in their hearts, who have no faith in the eternal truth, or God. Arguably the most snobbish people of all human species, Chinese people tend to fear any authorities with power and wealth, but not God. This common human frailty but typical to Chinese traits I find to be the source of all evilness, which has so far effectively denied these people the grace and honor from God. The vile habit of kiss-up and kick-down is so commonly practiced at Chinese officialdoms that it has become a popular shortcut for quick promotion. As a result, Chinese culture and China as a nation have so far failed to produce any social and political system that can effectively provide any guarantees toward either public or private morality. It is crucial for the world to watch carefully at this point on how these spiritually- crippled people evolve, lest they should commit more crimes against their own kinds and others. The outcome of a transitional process involving 1.3 billion lost souls is destined to have a significant impact on the course of human events, for good or for evil.  (Jan 13, 2013 | post #1)

The difference between U.S. and Commie China

Worst kind of colonization and slavery  &# 12288;The difference between U.S. and Commie China, though they both print out pseudo-monies, is that the U.S. prints out paper money to exchange for tangible goods from the rest of world, while Commie China does it to rob it’s already dirt poor people. In other words; Chinese people were double screwed-- not only by foreign powers, but also by their own rulers. It is indeed the worst kind of colonization and slavery one can think of.  (Jan 13, 2013 | post #1)

China’s pseudo-capitalistic economy

China’s pseudo-capitalisti c economy  &# 12288;Pros and cons alike will agree on one fact that Chinese communist regime is facing a dire situation so far as its economy and foreign relations are concerned. The United States is getting closer to finish its encirclement around China by rallying China's neighboring countries, Taiwan, Japan, S Korea, Mongolia, Philippines, India, … to form a coalition against this hidden and treacherous rogue regime. It is a nightmare for Beijing's commies to see these countries are following the orders from the U.S. because they know quite well the threats posed by an irresponsible and unpredictable regime like red China. So don't be surprised to see, if needed, Uncle Sam may one day tomahawk Beijing using a military base in a neighboring country, say, Mongolia, or S. Korea. Until that day comes, the commies shall try every means at its disposal to rescue the ailing regime. And this might not be good news to the poor and miserable Chinese people who have endured endless suffering as the regime is exploiting and selling out their blood and toils. Let us pray that the Lord will promptly end China's suffering by obliterating this despicable and blood-sucking oppressive apparatus from the surface of this planet once and for all. China’s pseudo-capitalisti c economy  &# 12288;China’s pseudo-capitalisti c economy is about to hit the wall as the burst of its real-estate bubble looms. When things fall apart, the Chinese commie government will be forced to print out more papers. And it has already been doing so for many years. The “second largest economy” turns out to be the biggest Ponzi scheme ever enacted in the history. But the bill will invariably fall upon those who allowed this scheme to happen in the first place, the 1.3 billion hopeless and hapless, miserable and yet pathetic Chinese people. Could this fraudulent oppression apparatus be gone with the collapse of Chinese pseudo-capitalisti c economy? If so, what would be the consequences? we are glad to see that US is starting to address with the most tenacious and hidden hooligan state, communist china, on various issues, including trade, currency manipulations, human rights, etc. the time has finally come for retribution. The commie government came to power 60 plus years ago by overthrowing a legitimate nationalist government. A political system based on a fraudulent ideology has been ruling and exploiting china and Chinese people ever since. China’s state sponsored economic miracle has run out of its magic power. Markets world-wide are saturated with China's low quality and poisoned cheap commodities. And the commie government is facing pressure from the West urging it to increase domestic consumption. But doing that means commies must give up some control on resource and allow china's society to develop by itself. Obviously this is something that commies are not willing to do, for making such compromise may eventually lead to its demise. Speaking of toppling down commie government, we are talking about pulling down one of the most hideous and tenacious oppressive apparatus consisting of several millions of henchmen and thugs. Yet when God decides the time has come, it will be gone with the wind, as did many totalitarian states in history.  (Jan 13, 2013 | post #1)

"Oliver Twist”.

The two trillion dollars accumulated by the Communist regime belong to Chinese people. The way how communist government accumulated this money reminds people of a character in Charles Dickens' novel—---“Oliver Twist”. A Jewish rascal by the name of Fagin kept a criminal gang engaging in pick-pocketing and burglaries, mostly done by a group of homeless kids. In the end of each day the old Jew would take away all of the booties from the kids, and only gave them a few pieces of bread to keep them alive, so that they might go stealing next day. The Chinese communist government acts in a similar manner like this old Jew, and the average Chinese people are living like Oliver Twist and his fellow little thieves. The bottom line: if communist China were allowed to have its way in international affairs and trade, the world could have plunged itself back into the dark age like 1840's. It is crucial for the leading nations to come up with an effective plan addressing the imminent Chinese challenges. The task is by no means easy, given the fact that we are dealing with a group of fanatic and irrational rascals brainwashed by communist propaganda for the past 60-plus years. For the time being let these impudent commie bastards be intoxicated by their pathetic "face saving habits" and a spree of “material galvanization”, since quite soon they are going to wake up in a harsh reality. The time will finally come when this phony-baloney eco-political structure will fall apart, along with the title of "world's second largest economy", "the economic development zones", “Olympic gold medals”, and other communist goodies, all buried deep in the heap of ashes in history. If the factor of real-estate being taken out of the calculation, the actual growth rate for China’s economy might have been in the negative. And we all know that most Chinese people are more used to living in a comfort zone of lies and fabrications than that of reality.  (Jan 13, 2013 | post #1)

desperate situation

An enlightened Chinese person, crying out of his desperate situation living in China, may have well made a daunting remark: it must be the most severe punishment from the Lord for me to be born as a Chinese in this condemned land. Daunting as it may sound, yet we find it hard to refute the person who made such remark, for it fits perfectly well with the hellish reality of this preposterous land. Let us face it. China is one of the few nations on this planet that are not governed by democratically elected governments. China’s Constitution does not work because the communist government runs the nation largely by policies and whims but not by laws. And the Chinese government itself is not subject to the laws which it has imposed upon the people. This is a country where you can not find a single independent news paper, news media, and TV station. A totalitarian government owns and controls the whole country and anything attached to it-----people, lands, banks, factories, properties, natural resources … This is a place where internet has been severely censored so that the people have no access to information other than what the government wants them to know. This is a place where so many outrageous things—-poisoned food, mine accidents, corruptions------a re going on a daily basis, but we see no protests or uprisings at all. In a country where less than 20% of people are covered by social security and Medicare, yet we seldom hear any complaints. What you will see in China is nothing but a condemnable and yet pathetic condition in which human beings are not treated as the way they should be treated. And the most appalling thing about it is not the situation itself, but this callous and repulsive attitude toward suffering commonly found among the people living on this land. This mentality reminds me of the trait of a donkey, whose characteristics can be best described as both being patient and stupid to a maximum degree possible. A donkey is happily to be ridden and spurred by his master, who is usually too delightedly to assume a divine role, (in this case the Chinese communist party) whipping and exploiting his beast as severely as possible until it dies.  (Jan 13, 2013 | post #1)

i hate china?

a bad news, in the aftermath of a nuclear war, the only surviving species would be cockroaches and the Chinese, whose incredible reproduction capacity is beyond all measurement.  (Jan 2, 2013 | post #478)

communist china attending Olympic games

allowing communist china attending Olympic games is a direct violation of the basic principles of Olympic spirit, which states unequivocally armature and non professionality to be the basic rules. communist china sent a large sate sponsore team to compete with other nation's amatures. this is not a fair play. additionally, with such a horrible human right records, the UK should feel ashamed to allow a criminal state to set feet on its soil,much less to compete and demonsate muscle  (Jan 2, 2013 | post #1)

on bribing the foreign powers

Does anyone have ay idea how much communist china spent each year on bribing the foreign powers inexchange for their support? I donot know the excat numbr, but it must be astronomical. crrect me if i am wrong i was told communist government spent millions upon millions dollars to sponsr the world revolutions during the years of startvation when over 30 million chinese peple were starved to death.  (Jan 2, 2013 | post #1)

preposterous land

An enlightened Chinese person, crying out of his desperate situation living in China, might have well made a daunting remark: it must be the most severe punishment from the Lord for me to be born as a Chinese in this condemned land. Daunting as it may sound, we find no courage to refute the person who made such remark, for it fits perfectly well with the hellish reality of this preposterous land. Let us face it. China is one of the few nations on this planet that are not governed by democratically elected governments. There is no Constitution that really works because the government rules its subjects largely by policies and whims but not laws. And government is not subject to the laws which it has imposed upon people. This is a country where you can not find a single independent news paper, media, and TV station. A totalitarian government owns and controls the whole country and anything attached to it-people, lands, banks, factories, stores, houses…… This is a place where internet has been severely censored so that you can’t log on YouTube or face book. This is a place with so many f*cking outrageous things going on a daily basis and yet we see no protests or uprisings at all. In a country where less than 20% of people are covered by social security and Medicare, yet we seldom hear any complaints. What you will see in China is nothing but a condemnable and yet pathetic condition in which human beings are not treated as the way they should be treated. And the most appalling thing about it is not the situation itself, but this callous and repulsive attitude toward suffering commonly existing among majority of the people living on this land. This mentality reminds me of the trait of a donkey, which can be best described as both patient and stupid to a maximum degree possible. A donkey is happily to be ridden and spurred by his master, who is only too delightedly to assume a divine role, (in this case the CC party) whipping and exploiting his beast as severely as possible until it dies.  (Jan 2, 2013 | post #1)

world look down upon China

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....  (Jan 2, 2013 | post #1)

The two trillion dollars

The two trillion dollars accumulated by the Communist regime belong to Chinese people. the way how communist government accumulated this money reminds me of a character in Charles Dickens' novel. A Jewish rascal kept a criminal gang engaging in pickpocketing and burglaries , mostly done by a group of homeless kids. at the end of each day the old Jew took away all of the booty from them and only gave the kids a few pieces of bread to keep them alive, so that they might go stealing next day. the communist government acts in a similar manner like this old Jew, and the average Chinese people are living like Oliver Twist and his fellow little thieves. the bottom line: if communist china were allowed to have its way in international affairs and trade, the world could have plunged itself into a dark age like 1840's. it is crucial for the leading nations to come up with a workable plan addressing the imminent Chinese challenges. the task is by no means easy, given the fact that we are dealing with a group of fanatic and irrational rascals brainwashed by communist propaganda for the past 60 plus years. for the time being let the Chinese be satisfied in their pathetic "face saving habit", since quite soon they are going to wake up in a harsh reality. the time will finally come when the phony-baloney eco-political structure will fall apart, along with the title of "world's second largest economy", "the economic development zones", the Olympic gold medals,and other communist goodies, all buried deep in the heap of ashes in history. if we discount the effect of housing bubble, china's economy is in deep water. the actual growth rate might be negative. and we all know that china is a country that lives in fairy tales instead of reality.  (Jan 2, 2013 | post #1)