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Posted by w_thames_the_d on November 4, 2011


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“Chinese Hospital” Discards Live Baby, Declaring it Dead!

Posted by w_thames_the_d on November 4, 2011


Chinese are great. Aside from serving us toxic air, food and milk, the are also not worth a shit at medicine. According to this site, they declared a baby dead and stuffed it into a bag but it was still breathing! The only reason it is alive is due to the fact that the sister asked to see it and it was still breathing. What a freaking mess this place is.
from here
“The baby was placed in a plastic bag in a lavatory after being declared stillborn. When the sister of the child’s father asked to see the body, she discovered that the baby was breathing”

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Are You Taiwanese or Chinese?

Posted by w_thames_the_d on November 4, 2011


This article says that fewer people in Taiwan consider themselves to be Chinese. They think that the Chinese are not as nice and kind…..
I think news like this, although not surprising to China, probably angers them considerably. In every attempt possible, they show Taiwan as a ‘province’ of China, albeit a renegade one. In ppt presentations, they will be sure to point out that little dot of an island, that they claim still belongs to them.
As for me, I don’t know and do not really care. The sad thing is that those who want and enjoy freedom like those in Hk will rue the day uncle red claims the land, and if that is the case then widespread emigration will precede it.

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Pollution Watch in China, The End is Near

Posted by w_thames_the_d on November 4, 2011


According to this site, the worst case for global greenhouse gas emissions has been eclipsed. The US is a huge emitter and deserve the scorn of the world, but what about China? Although they talk a good game, the air pollution , imho, has gotten worse. You can check my photos here and try to find ‘blue sky days’ in Beijing.
The chicoms are worried about jobs. the reason they are worried is that if people do not have jobs then they will get angry and if they get angry they will demand change, and if they demand change then the leaders cannot continue to rape the land of its resources and steal cash. Thus, the leaders want jobs. As 70% of China’s electricity comes from coal, and they are woefully inefficient in their use of natural resources. All of this means that the rape of the land is worse than we thought and will continue to be so.

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