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Traditional Chinese Medicine Linked to Cancer

Posted by w_thames_the_d on April 11, 2012


Below is a report that traditional Chinese medicine is linked to cancer. I am not surprised, for most of what China touches is toxic
Excerpt

Chinese herbal medicines containing extracts of aristolochia acid (AA) increase the risk of contracting kidney and a type of bladder cancer, according to a Taiwanese study published in an international scientific journal Monday.
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http://www.wantchinatimes.com/news-subclass-cnt.aspx?cid=1104&MainCatID=&id=20120411000111

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Vintage Rant by The King

Posted by w_thames_the_d on April 11, 2012


Here is part of a vintage rant by Gowron, aka The King. The title to the rant is a poetic, Fuck You China

From the King
http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2012/04/11/world/asia/ap-as-south-china-sea.html?_r=1&partner=rss&emc=rss

I do hope China and the Philpenos do go to war, galvanizing Catholicdome all 1 Billion of us. to really fuck these athiests up. China gets bogged down in the Jungle and loses via attrition, keep being stupid China. Keep pissing off us Catholics, who number 3/4 of your 1/4 world, and see if South American doesn’t turn red, but back to the states. Oh and when us Christians die. especially at the hands of rapist psycho paths, we tend to go to heaven. OR you can behave yourself, and save your stupidity “Afganistan (the old 80’s invasion)” Wolverenes move for America, where Chinese Canmericans fuck you up. That would be very interesting, the 3 Million Chinese Canmericans, fighting the PLA invasion, We Chinese Americanadians, are indeed Chinese, Chinese cultured, but we’re loyal to America. And we got to Scouts and shit, so we know how to survive, and other cool Scouts like stuff.

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Bad Boy Bo’s Wife Arrested for Murder in China

Posted by w_thames_the_d on April 11, 2012


Bo Xilai is having a bad year. And in China having a bad year means that not only you, but your family does as well. Thus, Mr Bo’s wife, Gu Kailai has been arrested under the suspicion of the murder of an English businessman last year. My question is why it took so long for her to be arrested…..

Story
http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/cdf94296-8321-11e1-ab78-00144feab49a.html#axzz1rlxG5dP4

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Truth About China, Innovation and Academia

Posted by w_thames_the_d on April 11, 2012


This excerpt from here, sums up why China sucks in academia and innovation
“Fifty years of coping with an oppressive ideology has had profound consequences for China’s public life. The stifling of spontaneity has produced a pathetically low intellectual level of public discourse. Intellectuals in particular have had to retreat into the security of their private worlds. . . . Consequently for half a century China’s intellectual life has been one of the most vacuous and sterile in all the world.” Lucian W. Pye, An Overview of 50 Years of the People’s Republic of China: Some Progress, but Big Problems Remain, 1999 CHINA Q. 569, 573”
from here
SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1752443

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Rioting in Bo Xilais Old Stomping Grounds , Chongqing

Posted by w_thames_the_d on April 11, 2012


The Chinese military was called in to Chongqing china to quash dissent on Tuesday. Chongqing ,you may recall, is where bad boy Bo Xilai is from. The Chinese sources say that the rioters were protesting a land redistribution scheme, but you have to wonder.
Bo was a fav of the chonqingers who are pretty upset with his ouster. China is getting very interesting…

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Communist China, Friend or Foe? China Gears Up for War

Posted by w_thames_the_d on April 11, 2012


Great article , here is an excerpt

Excerpt
By this time, Rumsfeld had begun pushing a new policy dubbed “beyond Taiwan.” This recognized that the Chinese buildup could not be explained as being directed toward a single Taiwan conflict across the 100-mile Taiwan Strait. In a June 2005 speech in Singapore, Rumsfeld raised the most significant strategy questions about the Chinese military buildup: “Since no nation threatens China, one must wonder: Why this growing investment? Why these continuing large and expanding arms purchases? Why these continuing robust deployments?” The still largely benign-China establishment was reluctant to answer. The late James Lilley, however, a former CIA China hand and an ambassador to China, responded to Rumsfeld’s questions with disbelief. “The answer is simple,” he said, after news of the speech reached the United States. “They see us as the enemy.”

Rumsfeld’s successor, Robert Gates, signaled an important shift in tone when he began referring in public to the “threat” posed by China. New defectors and more aggressive American intelligence-gathering helped paint a portrait of how real that threat was. A sensitive Air Force program proved that China was working on counter-stealth capabilities to detect and attack radar-evading aircraft.

Read more here
http://www.commentarymagazine.com/article/chinas-high-tech-military-threat/

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Communist China, Friend or Foe? China Gears Up for War

Posted by w_thames_the_d on April 11, 2012


Great article , here is an excerpt

Excerpt
By this time, Rumsfeld had begun pushing a new policy dubbed “beyond Taiwan.” This recognized that the Chinese buildup could not be explained as being directed toward a single Taiwan conflict across the 100-mile Taiwan Strait. In a June 2005 speech in Singapore, Rumsfeld raised the most significant strategy questions about the Chinese military buildup: “Since no nation threatens China, one must wonder: Why this growing investment? Why these continuing large and expanding arms purchases? Why these continuing robust deployments?” The still largely benign-China establishment was reluctant to answer. The late James Lilley, however, a former CIA China hand and an ambassador to China, responded to Rumsfeld’s questions with disbelief. “The answer is simple,” he said, after news of the speech reached the United States. “They see us as the enemy.”

Rumsfeld’s successor, Robert Gates, signaled an important shift in tone when he began referring in public to the “threat” posed by China. New defectors and more aggressive American intelligence-gathering helped paint a portrait of how real that threat was. A sensitive Air Force program proved that China was working on counter-stealth capabilities to detect and attack radar-evading aircraft.

Read more here
http://www.commentarymagazine.com/article/chinas-high-tech-military-threat/

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Chinese Boat Refuses to Pick up Drowning Boaters and other Deaths in China

Posted by w_thames_the_d on April 11, 2012


Here is the reality of China, per Mr. Gowron, aka The King- he nails China on so many levels!

From the King
“To get a feel of how stinky the Chinese mind is….. a drunk boatman refuses to go back to look for missing boaters, insisting that the college kids are mistaken. He kept on repeating mayo. Again Chinese love their Mayonaise.

honestly people why DO you come to China? or why DO you think Chinese are exempt from stupid humanity? If anything, they should be MORE annyoing MORE irritating, as there are MORE humans, and to compound this the Chinese are 40 years BEHIND contemporary human status (context, state of being), so the rough and tough drunk dad wife beating, attitudes and norms, of the past, are still very relevant in Contemporary China. This makes us WORSE than the average human taken into account 2 Billion people live in this status that is 40 years behind… It’s like this take the poorest neighborhood in America, or Canada (East Hastings Street, or Kirkness where I grew up in Deadmonton), and picture what those places would be like 40 years in the past, and still note that Canmerica was still MORE advanced so it truly must have been a hell hole.

the Chinese can’t progress, why? all reform minded people are discouraged from making change. Again, think of how Martin Luther King, was arrested, or FDR was booed for his new deal (which was to humanize America, from the vampiric culture of corruption in the 30’s, when SMACK was legal), and China was way way way way way worse, because all those even the old Emperior himself was arrested for trying to do the right thing, give the chinese one bar of soap to wash their sticky poo from their shitting in the streets like the animals they are. I’m a Scientist, I only work on facts and figures of an emprical nature, I see ugly chinks shit and piss like animals. act like animals, make animal sounds in the hall ways, and Ah fuck it…. fuck you China.

http://english.cntv.cn/program/china24/20120408/116096.shtml

http://www.shanghaidaily.com/nsp/Metro/2012/04/10/Suspect%2Barrested%2Bin%2Bkidnap%2Bdeath%2Bof%2Bboy/

A young tight pants faggot, is “tired” of doing shitty typical young adult jobs, resorts to kidnapping and murdering a young boy with shoe laces….. My new mantra is 3 more monthssss.. 333333 mmmmooooreeee moooonths…..

Then I’m looking into building, hand crafting a boat, so I can sail to North Korea and ferry out defectors who want out as part of the underground rail road. Or even sell “I survived China” (with graphic images of young bleeding children (extremely graphic I suggest nobody lookes these up), the funds will be used to complete my education (so I can help out and finally be in a position to DO SOMETHING, and help victims of red terror everywhere). If I could increase wtd’s readership to spread the word for people to stay the fuck away from China. It’s eating me up. My chest, bleeds Urine! (acid in blood idea) and I sweat blood, BLOOD, Like honestly the longer I’m here, the more my chest hurts, stress, wtd has a real job, and is a boss, and a bloger. and lives in Beijing, infinite times worse than Stinkhai, as the moisture allows some clearing of the smog.
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