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Ignorant Communists, Pollution and Faulty Logic

Posted by w_thames_the_d on June 5, 2012

The US embassy measures pollution the hell hole, aka China, and uncle chicom is pissed. See, uncle c has billions to spend on the birds nest, a visual nightmare,  and billions more to chuck into rail projects built by traveling short order cooks (see old posts). But the communists, plagued by diseased genes that MaoMao linked to obedience and thus rewarded, have said that no on but China can monitor their air pollution. Story here, see my collection of Chinese pollution pics here.

In essence, the thugtards have said that the US does not have the right to do so and in what has to be the best proof of communist separation from reality, they say that their pollution is not that bad. They continue that they are a developing nation and thus can do no better, but the kicker is that they say that the US only tightened air control a few years ago. Hm… the logic goes, if the US only ascertained that air pollution was bad a few years ago, then the Chinese  should be able to pollute for we should be allowed a reasonable amount of time to come to the same realization that humans have come to years ago.

Parallel logic would go like this. Liberia within the past few years outlawed rape. Before only gang rape was illegal, but now they have protected all forms of this abuse. But lets say I own my little country and think rape is a mighty fine thing to do to women. Then, I could argue that rape is not all that bad, for if we look at Liberia, they just recently outlawed it, so shut up, raping is my state sponsored right. This is the kind of thinking that pervades the monsters that run this dump.

Story of rape in Liberia here. 

Here is an example of a typical day in China where the ppm pollution is over 400 or deadly, and a day in which the pollution is only mildly cancerous

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Lies, SOE’s, Big Four Accountants and BrewMan

Posted by w_thames_the_d on June 5, 2012

Here is a nice comment by BrewMan. In essence it shows that the big four is allegedly complicit in fibbing about the financial records of China’s big SOE’s. Interestingly enough, the thieves who control China are mandating that the big four choose Chinese nationals to head their operations in the next five years…wtf? Yeah the fucking chicoms want to ensure that the thieving does not stop, after all, there is a ton of KTV cooz they have to support. Excerpt Big 4 “The Chinese government has ordered the world’s Big Four accounting firms to appoint Chinese citizens to head their mainland operations within five years, “- link http://articles.latimes.com/2012/may/10/business/la-fi-china-auditing-rules-20120511

Now a bit from the BrewMan!

“China’s full of shit but is constipated; let’s drive an A-bomb suppository up her gelatin butt, and “make it rain” as if a Chinese dam burst, and let a biblical fury of chemical- and waste-doused water purge the masses.
Uh oh, looks the Big Fours’ role model is Aurthur Andersen, the former accounting giant who smudged Enron’s erroneous numbers. Really… who woulda a guessed that from the SOEs’ best friends?
“New revelations of extensive financial and accounting irregularities at state enterprises directly administered by the Chinese central government have placed the world’s top four multinational public accounting and auditing companies under new criticism and scrutiny.
Many critics have questioned alleged serious breaches of ethical and professional integrity by international auditing firms, which they say failed to fulfill their responsibility as independent and objective auditors. Adding to the suspicion is the fact that these firms collect staggering annual service fees from China’s state-owned corporations. Critics blame auditors for insufficient and substandard checks of government-run mammoths, and for condoning their irregularities.
Problems with the financial books of state-owned corporate giants were identified by the National Audit Office of China. The problematic data, however, had cleared examinations by the “big four” auditors — Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, Ernst & Young, KPMG and PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PwC) — that dominate the Chinese market. Irregularities were uncovered by the audit office at firms like China National Petroleum Corporation, Sinopec, China Southern Power Grid and SinoSteel.
Major accounting issues included misusing and misallocating corporate funds, inflating and misstating sales and earnings, offering excessive bonuses and tax evasion. Auditors even committed rudimentary errors such as failing to consolidate business groups’ financial statements and not verifying important figures as basic as revenues, according to the Beijing Business Today newspaper.
Based on final audits by the national office, China’s two oil giants underreported profits by more than 2.8 billion yuan (US$440 million). SinoSteel was found to have inflated sales revenue by nearly 2 billion yuan (US$314 million), while Baosteel Group padded profits by 1.615 billion yuan (US$253 million) from 1999 to 2010, including an inflated amount of 1.1 billion yuan (US$172 million) for 2010 alone.”
Crap, crap, crap: China Crap Watch does what the King does for death, Margaret Mak is for envioro, and Brewskie is for Playdoh bridges.
Leeks sprayed with copper sulfate:

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The King, The Tiananmen Massacre and Fate

Posted by w_thames_the_d on June 5, 2012

The King found this from theepoctimes.com.
The funny thing is that the Chicoms try to hide that little massacre in1989, but look what happened,,,,thanks for the Artie, King
Attempts by the Chinese regime to suppress the memory of the Tiananmen Square massacre were foiled this year by means natural and perhaps supernatural. While Western governments criticized regime policy, the share price on the heavily watched Shanghai Stock Exchange seemed to point to the date of the event.
The exchange opened at 2,346.98—a figure that resembles the date of the massacre written backward, followed by the 23rd anniversary (1989, June 4, 23). The index then went on close 64.89 points lower, in what appeared to be yet another reference to the date of the incident (June 4, 1989).
In China the Tiananmen Square massacre is commonly known as the “6.4 incident,” referring to the date it happened.
It would have been almost impossible for anyone to coordinate the buying and selling of so many stocks so as to produce such a specific result, according to Richard Kershaw, the managing director for Asia forensic technology at FTI Consulting, as quoted in a New York Times report.

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Photo Of China’s Peaceful Rise

Posted by w_thames_the_d on June 5, 2012

This is the kind of crap China has on the tube all day long. No wonder they are emotionally damaged.

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