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Chinese Students Gunned Down in USA, Record Numbers Still Come

Posted by w_thames_the_d on April 14, 2012

Two one child disappointments got gunned down in the USA, but still tons of Chinese are applying to study there. Almost 150,000 of these sons of bitches, I mean sons of communist party leaders are invading our humble homes. Now before you think my words about the Chinese are harsh, go ahead and ask the little vermin what their folks do. They will rarely if ever fess up. I taught at a few universities here and 85% of all those going overseas were offspring of governmental officials, aka thieving bastards.
Just google Bo Xilai and see what communist leaders are like. This man was slated to be a top dog in china till he angered some commies.
The communist party was going to promote him even though it is alleged he killed six people and his wife allegedly killed four more. Aside from this his little sick twist one child strumpet, Bo guagua allegedly is controlling the billion dollars the family extorted while in office. Just do a google search and you will see.
Studying little commies in the USA

One Response to “Chinese Students Gunned Down in USA, Record Numbers Still Come”

  1. Brewskie said



    “China has economic growth of 7.4% using the American annualised system (compounded) and should ease more

    China’s economic growth

    This did not turn out as hoped either. From the Chinese Bureau of Statistics

    According to the preliminary estimation, the gross domestic product (GDP) of China in the first quarter of this year was 10,799.5 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 8.1 per cent

    So not the 9% of the rumour and slightly lower than more sober estimates. Actually we also see a sign of further slowing if we look at the numbers in a more western style of analysis rather than the year on year system.

    The quarter-on-quarter growth of GDP in each quarter of 2011 and in the first quarter of 2012 was 2.2 percent, 2.3 percent, 2.4 percent, 1.9 percent and 1.8 percent respectively.

    So if we take the latest quarter and annualise it using the American system we would see 7.4% economic growth reported, so a further dip. Using the last half-year of 1.9% and then 1.8% gives us just more like 7.6%.

    So if we take current economic growth of 7.4% (American annualised style compounded) and add the latest consumer price inflation numbers of 3.6% for March we are seeing signs of a general slow down. Indeed Consumer Price Inflation has fallen from a peak of 6.5% last July and is below the 4% target. What will it do next? Well we get something of a clue from my old friend the CRB (Commodities Research Bureau) Index.”

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