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Archive for October 5th, 2011

Posted by w_thames_the_d on October 5, 2011


Here is a video from Youtube.com. It shows how racist and somewhat crazy the Chinese can be with foreigners.

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Gang Bangs and Bed Talk- Party Like a Chinese Communist

Posted by w_thames_the_d on October 5, 2011


I think Im gonna party like a red
Believe it or not uncle chicom loves to party sex, gangbangs and dare I say it, ‘forced love’ or at least I have heard. But the excerpt here talks about communists being fond of the same woman,I guess that is one train that they cannot foul up , or can they?
In any event, the thugs who founded this dump have spread their diseased seed and it has taken root in the next generation of swine that calls themselves the new read party and these guys in true Mao fashion are trying to be as many crooked toothed snagglepusses as they can. I guess they better hurry for one day the party will end….
from here:
“One of the cables, sent by the US consulate in Shanghai and dated Sept. 7, 2007, described how some members of the top echelons of the Chinese Communist Party9 clicks (CCP) would pass mistresses around and how one woman — described by a US official as “a promiscuous socialite” — had been involved romantically with at least three of them.

Aside from Jin, former Sinopec Corp (中國石化) chairman Chen Tonghai (陳同海) and former Chinese minister of agriculture Du Qinglin (杜青林) were suspected of ties with the woman.”

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Video of Chinese Sweatshops in Italy

Posted by w_thames_the_d on October 5, 2011


As China rises they bring their illegal practices to other areas creating a microcosm of some of the worst in China. Rampant corruption, pollution , exploitation of workers and sexual abuse.
Good video here about Chinese sweatshop in Italy

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US Man Charged with Spying for China

Posted by w_thames_the_d on October 5, 2011


From here
“Bryan Underwood, 31, was arrested in Los Angeles after fleeing from initial charges that he lied to the FBI about why he was taking photographs of the consulate. Prosecutors declined to identify the consulate where he worked in China ….

The new indictment accused him of writing a letter to Chinese officials expressing an interest “in initiating a business arrangement” and also lying when he told FBI agents he was trying to help them when he took photos of his workplace ….

A lawyer for Underwood was not immediately availabl

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Video of Why We Were Better Off When China was Behind Her Walls

Posted by w_thames_the_d on October 5, 2011


This video show how Chinese really are.

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Chinese Hygiene Video….

Posted by w_thames_the_d on October 5, 2011


This what Chinese toilets are like….

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China’s Newly Built Opera House Already in Ruins- Poor Chinese Quality

Posted by w_thames_the_d on October 5, 2011


Chinese try to build stuff and beautify their country, the problem is that they use shoddy construction practices, poorly educated and untrained workers and corruption all topped off with greed. It should thus not come as a surprise to see that Chinese buildings suck and oftentimes need to be torn down just as soon as they are completed.
An opera house in Guangzhou is one example. The building took five years to complete and now the walls are cracked and the place needs to be repaired. (thanks for the artie Brewskie!)
from here:

“But just a year after the south China opera house opened to the public, large cracks have appeared in the walls and ceilings, glass panels have fallen from its windows, and rain has seeped relentlessly into the building…..
The rapid construction schedules of many Chinese buildings, coupled with rampant corruption and the expectation that they will only stand for an average of 25 years before being torn down and rebuilt, has repeatedly caused concerns about building standards.”

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Illegal to Buy a Phone in China With No ID- But I just Did

Posted by w_thames_the_d on October 5, 2011


This site said this “For the last 12 months it has been illegal to buy a mobile phone in China without presenting ID, but Chinese customers seem as reluctant to be identified as everyone else.”
Hmmm, maybe he has not been to China for just two weeks ago I , for a wee bit extra in price got a phone and chip with no ID. It is really not that hard, after all, this is China.

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