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Obama Gets His Fk on?

Posted by w_thames_the_d on July 21, 2014

Wtf is up with our pres in chief? He is sitting pretty close to somebody who looks like he starred on Sanford and Son or the Flip Wilson show.

Yeah, it’s Barry O, spliffed out and ready for a backdoor romance?

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Peng Liyuan Steals a Baby

Posted by w_thames_the_d on July 21, 2014

Ever the strong first she commie, Peng Liyuan is shown here doing her civic duty and ridding a family of their ‘spare kid’.

Yeah, China still considers it a crime for parents to choose how many offspring they will have. There is a one baby limit.

In all honesty, however, I think China should implement a no child policy…



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Russia Downs Airplane , China Dogs the USA

Posted by w_thames_the_d on July 21, 2014

How funny is this?

Great example of how China’s mass is warping the moral reality in which we live. China has a policy of non intervention in the affairs of other nations. All China wants to do is make a buck, without worrying about those nasty things called human rights. This makes sense due to China’s on-going war against the unborn, religion, foreign firms and the marginalized.

China is loathe to condemn or even hint that Russia may have had a hand in downing a Malaysian aircraft. This makes sense insofar as China’s besties are those thugs championing the global tailspin towards a world with dictatorial thugs, such as the ones who lead us into to WW2. Of course China still calls that event ‘The battle against Japanese invasion’. Yes, the Chinese fail to recognize the time frame of the Second World War as anything more than a period when Japan invaded China. Other than that, nothing much was happening around the globe. Shockingly enough, I have been in class with Chinese who seem startled at this revelation.

Beijing rhetoric has it that the communist party ran off the Japanese, a thing many Chinese apparently belivpieve.

Article on how China turns the Russia / Malaysian aircraft issue into an anti-western rant.

Link to read more

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Chinese Mysogyny-Bigger Parking Spaces for Women ‘cuz they Can’t Drive

Posted by w_thames_the_d on July 19, 2014

China waged a several thousand year war on women. Baby girls are called maggots in the rice because they were of no use to the family. They are treated like toys on the best of days and slaughtered on the worst.

Now a Chinese city has even made bigger parking spots for women because ‘they cannot drive’.

Part of me wants to deride them for their ability to hate females, but calling them bad drivers is much better then making a national sport of aborting them in the womb.

The parking spaces outside a Chinese shopping mall are distinctive: marked out in pink, signposted “Respectfully reserved for women”, and around 30 centimetres wider than normal.
The slots at the Dashijiedaduhui — or “World Metropolis” — centre have sparked debate in China, which officially embraces gender equality but where old-fashioned sexism is rife in reality.
The mall, in the centre of the northern port city of Dalian, has little to distinguish itself from thousands of other retail complexes that have sprouted across the country as part of a vast urbanisation drive.
It boasts chain clothing stores, fast food franchises, glass lifts, a cinema and the inevitable Starbucks, a favourite hangout of China’s new middle class.
Unusually, though, the 10 spaces outside the main entrance were provided after women had trouble parking in the standard basement slots, managers said.
“I think this is very convenient,” said user Yong Mei. “Other parking spaces are too narrow.”

“It’s not gender biased,” she told AFP. “It’s just that women have a few issues with vision when parking.”
But outraged commentators on Chinese social media accused the mall managers of sexism and cliched thinking. “This is supposed to respect women, but actually it’s an insult,” said one.
The mall managers deny the allegation. “We just wanted to make things easier for women, who make up most of our customers,” said Yang Hongjun, a woman herself.
“It’s not an insult to women at all,” she added. “If their parking spaces are larger, it’s only for practical reasons. It doesn’t mean that women drive less well than men.” ‘Men who cook and women who drive’
Officially, China proclaims the sexes equal in keeping with Communist principles, and Mao Zedong said that “women hold up half the sky”.
But conservative attitudes remain deeply ingrained, and women are conspicuous by their rarity in the upper echelons of Chinese politics and the ruling party, dominated by men in black suits.
One online poster on the Dalian car park said: “The two most dangerous things in the world are men who cook and women who drive.”
Manufacturers’ advertisements in the world’s biggest auto market are invariably aimed at male buyers, and a man at the mall, Wu Zhicun, said: “Women don’t really know how to park a car.”
“The few times I’ve come close to crashing was basically with women driving the other car,” he added. “I’ve noticed they’re a bit rough at the wheel, they only look forwards, too often they ignore their mirrors.”

But driving standards in China are often lamentable, regardless of which gender is at the wheel. According to state media reports, officials said 60,000 people died on the roads in 2012, the most recent figures available.
The parking initiative is not unprecedented — other countries have similar female-dedicated spaces, including South Korea and various European nations. The latest Chinese controversy echo
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Why China’s Army Suck- They Bribe to Get to Serve

Posted by w_thames_the_d on July 19, 2014

America is concerned about China’s military, or so they say. To me its a ruse in order to beef up military spending. Why fear an army equipped with cheap knockoffs of US tech and a repurposed Ukrainian tub called an aircraft carrier. Setting aside it lacks aircraft, and we get a glimpse of China’s problem. Their military sucks.

Now for their soldiers.

It is well known that most Chinese fail to meet the definition of men and possess the wingspan of a fruit fly and body mass of helium. In a word, they are less than imposing characters. In fact, they are such twats that they have to bribe to get accepted into the military, no kidding.

China, aka Coruptistan, has invented knock off soldiers. Corruption is rife in China’s military because they hold a lot of sway. Corrupt military officials create companies which syphon off commie funds and then they use that cash to send their son and wife to America. Say hi to your new Chinese neighbor!

In any event, the Chinese are more concerned with making cash and moving to civilization than protecting this stink hole, and who can blame them?

The following article shows how Chinese pay up to $20,000 civilized dollars to buy their kid a spot in the Chinese military. Part of the problem is these ‘men’ cannot pass the physicals and otherwise suck.

Is this really an army we should fear?

“To enlist in the People’s Liberation Army (PLA), potential recruits have to take tests. To make sure their sons and daughters pass, families pay up. At one recruitment office in the eastern Chinese province of Jiangxi, this year’s going rate, depending on your guanxi, or connections, is as much as 99,000 yuan ($16,000), says Wang, a recruitment officer in the province who asked that his full name not be used because he isn’t authorized to speak publicly. Limited openings, plus a high failure rate on the fitness exam, push parents to buy spots for their children during the annual enlistment drive that runs through September. Success offers a stable job and, for some, an escape from rural poverty.

The price varies, Wang says. His old army friends “asked me what the current price tag is, and I said ‘around 80,000 to 90,000 yuan for you guys.’ If your guanxi was really strong, it’d cost you around 50,000 to 60,000 yuan; if it was just so-so, you would have to spend 100,000 yuan at least.”


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Chinese Dishonor Honor System

Posted by w_thames_the_d on July 15, 2014

The words ‘honor’ and ‘China’ are mortal enemies. Here is but yet another example of why Chinese are reviled across the globe…

From wantchinatimes

A self-service cafe on the South Korean island of Jeju, which has no staff and relies on the honor system for payment, has put up a sign in Chinese to remind Chinese tourists to pay for what they have consumed and to wash the utensils they have used, reports Taiwanese news website ETtoday.

Self-service cafes have become a unique attraction on the island. Customers are expected to make their own coffee and prepare their own snacks, wash the utensils after use and leave money for what they have consumed. The average price of a beverage is 2,000-2,500 won (US$1.90-$2.40).

The SunSet & Hill Cafe in northern Jeju put up the sign to remind customers of the rules, as a number of Chinese tourists have evidently been eating and drinking without paying and leaving a mess for someone else to clean up. The sign was written in simplified Chinese and highlighted the fact that a number of Chinese tourists have broken the trust between self-service cafes and customers.

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Explosion at Chinese Airport

Posted by w_thames_the_d on July 15, 2014

There was an explosion today at an airport in Qinghai. Supposedly there were remnants of the device in trash bins at the scene. The explosion was at the car port and uncle chicom is saying nothing.

I think they will soon beat a confession out of the nearest non-Han, so as to calm the locals. Chinese ‘courts’ being what they are, the man or men will be detained, sodomized, confess and then be executed. At least that is how such matters have historically been dealt with in China.

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Photo-How Easy it Would Be for America to Kick China’s Ass

Posted by w_thames_the_d on July 13, 2014

This pretty much says it all….

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World Cup Suicides in China Tied to Gambling

Posted by w_thames_the_d on July 13, 2014

Thousands of years of in breading has left China with 1.34 billion people with myopia, low birth weight, practically no testosterone and men built like women, women built like napkins and once recessive genes now being dominant.

I think this is why they are prone to fanaticism, neurosis and at times low level insanity.

The piece below shows how the Chinese are over betting and subsequently killing themselves, so I guess addiction is another problem they have. Although the Brits get blamed for drugging these people with opium, I think it has more to do with the Chinese themselves. Their history has bread in som serious genetic flaws.


A 24-year-old surnamed Zheng ferried his ailing father to a hospital 100 miles from home in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia, the official Xinhua news agency reported on July 10. After paying the deposit for the hospital bed, he had $800 leftover — not quite enough to pay for all his father’s medicine. Then he had an idea. Using an app on his phone, he legally bought an $800 lotto ticket betting Brazil would defeat Germany. In the early morning hours of July 9, he watched Brazil lose 7-1 and swallowed all his father’s pills. When he came to, he began crying, and reportedly told the officer who had found him unconscious near the hospital, “You should not have saved me, I don’t deserve to live.”

Ten Chinese bettors have not been as fortunate as the 24-year-old Zheng. The first man to commit suicide jumped from a building in Shanghai after the tournament’s first match. Oscar’s goal in the 91st minute had brought the score of the Brazil-Croatia game to 3, 1; he lost $48,000. Then on June 18, a woman surnamed Wang lit a pile of charcoal in a hotel bathroom in Haikou, Hainan. Her young child, left outside the door, found her dead sometime later. A suicide note revealed she had borrowed and lost more than $16,000. The list continues. 26-year-old Little Xu was the tenth World Cup suicide. On July 5, he jumped and was found dead on the fourth floor terrace of his apartment tower. He was reported to have lost $69,000 betting on World Cup matches.

The spate of World Cup suicides coincides with the advent of newly legal online gambling in China. In October of 2012, the Ministry of Finance awarded the first online lottery sales licenses. Now China’s Internet giants, Alibaba and Tencent, and a slew of other service providers, offer easy-to-use mobile and online applications that connect users to China’s provincial Sports Lotteries. Alibaba’s Taobao, China’s third most visited website, uses its homepage to promote its online betting platform. Tencent’s WeChat, with 355 million users, the majority in China, allows users to make in-app “lotto ticket” purchases.

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Horrible Chinese Translation

Posted by w_thames_the_d on July 10, 2014

Chinese study English for much of their lives and still cannot figure out its finer points. Aside from this, they are too cheap to pay humans to translate anything for them….

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