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Archive for May 3rd, 2012

China Agrees to Poison England

Posted by w_thames_the_d on May 3, 2012

China’s assault on civility, humanity and our health has just reached threat level orange, or ‘wtf’?

Yeah, some Chinese company is buying a UK cereal maker. I guess it’s only fair, after all, wasnt it the Engliish who forced opium on the Chinese (intense sarcasm intended. The Chinese were as pleased to puff on the pipe as Bobby and Whitney, all the English did was to laugh and watch)

BEIJING— China’s Bright Food Group Co. agreed to acquire a majority stake in U.K. cereal maker Weetabix, the Shanghai-based food maker said on Thursday, in its latest bid to enter the global market even as it feeds growing demand from China’s middle class.

from here

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Obama to China “Walk All Over Me”- Chen Guangcheng Kicked out of Embassy

Posted by w_thames_the_d on May 3, 2012

Obama, whose heart is so cold that his lips are purple has furthered his ‘no human rights’ attack by releasing the blind Chinese lawyer -Chen Guangcheng, back to the Chicoms.

The Chinese have promised to protect the sightless lawyer’s rights, just as they have done for Liu Xiaobo and the Dali Lama.

The people here are happy and sad. Happy the US did not embarrass them and sad that we no longer stand for rights and freedom.

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Baby PIcs of Gu Kailai and Bo Guagua?

Posted by w_thames_the_d on May 3, 2012

Well, I am not sure if they are pics of the duo, the photos come from mop.com

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China’s Peaceful Rise- 80% Chinese Back War in Phillippines

Posted by w_thames_the_d on May 3, 2012

China is our buddy and pal. They just want to leave everyone else alone and sing kumbaya while we trundle off to Wal-mart to fill made in china carts with made in china garbage and live the good life.
As part of China’s harmonious rise, however, are some bad apples- all those countries who share a coast with China. It is those countries who refuse to recognize that all the land beneath the sun still belongs to the yellow emperor. The latest spat involves the Philippines.

“A survey by the nationalistic Chinese tabloid Global Times says that nearly 80% of local respondents support a military solution to the long-term sovereignty dispute between China and the Philippines in the South China Sea following a recent standoff in the area of Scarborough Shoal, reports our sister newspaper China Times.”


All hail China’s peaceful rise…

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