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Archive for September, 2012

Obama ‘Man’s Up’ and Kicks Chinese Out of Naval Area

Posted by w_thames_the_d on September 30, 2012

Obama is pretty useless. The few he has helped does not offset the tons he has not. He has taken a decent anti-China stance, however.

Here is a good example
“WASHINGTON, Sept 28 (Reuters) – President Barack Obama blocked on Friday a privately owned Chinese company from building wind turbines close to a Navy military site in Oregon due to national security concerns, and the company said it would challenge the action in court.

The rare presidential order to divest interests in the wind farms comes as Obama campaigns for a second term against Republican Mitt Romney, who has accused him of being soft on China.

Ralls Corp, which had been installing wind turbine generators made in China by Sany Group, has four wind farm projects that are within or in the vicinity of restricted air space at a naval weapons systems training facility, according to the Obama administration.

“There is credible evidence that leads me to believe” that Ralls Corp, Sany Group and the two Sany Group executives who own Ralls “m i ght take action that threatens to impair the national security of the United States,” Obama said in issuing his decision”

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Commie Kids Earn More Money in China

Posted by w_thames_the_d on September 30, 2012

From wantchinatimes.com
I guess it just go show that commie crime does pay
Another survey conducted by Tsinghua University in Beijing indicated that the starting salary of a college graduate who has a parent working as a government official is higher by 13% than the average. The Tsinghua survey covered 6,053 graduates from 19 colleges, 14% of whom are the children of government officials. The survey said the children’s income levels are likely to match those of their parents.

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Chinese Practicing her English

Posted by w_thames_the_d on September 30, 2012

Here is one from The King, it shows the mental state of your typical woman from China….


Judging by the British accent of the bar owner who stands up for his rights, and the street scape this is Hong Kong likely. Well we know who this girl is voting for. DAB or the rim lickers of the big stinky, who open their mouth wide and let the poop drop in . THAT’S right DAB (Development and Betterment party of Hong Kong, a front of the big stinky). It’s the Laowais. oh I mean Gwailows at fault….. especially when you’re a crazy ape throwing garbage everywhere…. That’s right bitch blame whitey for your problems. That simple meds will fix. Opps….. China turned Japans meds back.

Fuck you China. I’m not starting to build a better life for EVERYONE in Canada, while you continue to embaress your self you big stinky beast.

fuck you China,.

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Chinese Credit Card Fraud in Australia

Posted by w_thames_the_d on September 30, 2012

From wantchinatimes.com

“Australian police have busted a Chinese credit card fraud syndicate in Sydney, arresting eight Chinese nationals and seizing 15,000 fake credit cards that could worth up to AU$37.5 million (US$38.9 million).

The police discovered equipment used to manufacture fake documents and credit cards at the home of two suspects in Ryde in northern Sydney, according to the Global Times, a subsidiary of the People’s Daily.

The suspects used credit card readers and false websites to steal information from their victims. They then manufactured fake credit cards with the stolen information to buy luxury goods such as watches and jewelry, selling them for cash. Some of the cards were sold to other groups. A fake credit card would only be used for one to three days before being discarded.”

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China’s Proof of Ownership of Senkaku’s

Posted by w_thames_the_d on September 29, 2012

Here is a ‘map’ which purports to prove that the Senkaku’s belong to China. Hmmm first off, Ai was unaware that the scribblings of a six year old constitute a map. Secondly this place looks like a d and d fortress and not a proper map. Come on China, if this is all the proof you have then…..

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Lazy With Chinese Characteristics

Posted by w_thames_the_d on September 29, 2012

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Senkaku Island Dispute-Analysis

Posted by w_thames_the_d on September 29, 2012

Good commentary on Senkaku’s . I do not know if Taiwan or Japan owns them but it most definitely is not China who does.

To Ooda wrote:
.”Your whole lie is based on your statement that ROC has “determined” Diaoyutai islands belong to Japan in the Potsdan Declarations. And you wrote two long, windy paragraphs to smoke and mirror this one fact that was a lie created by you, Ooda”

If Chaing Kai-Shek turned down the offer of the Senkau islands from the US, then did not the ROC thus make a ‘Determiation’ that they didn’t want them?

The US had no interest in keeping these islands, and as the real power that won World War 2 in the Pcific, the US then ‘Determined to give these islands to Japanese Administration, after the ROK leader Chaing Kai-Shek made it clear he had no interest in these rocks in the sea!


Since the ROK Chaing ‘Determined’ he had no interest, then the US and Britain were left to ‘Determine’ the islands would be placed under administration by Japan in Treaty of San Francisco in 1951!

Again, who’s fault was in not accepting the islands in the first place when offered to ROK leader? The islands were offered back to Japan only after your generalissimo said no! And PRC was yet not recognized as a sovereign state until years later!

First, PRC wasn’t recognized until October 25th, 1971 as the legitimate political power to represent China(s)! Therefore, you claims of not being included by US in Treaty of San Francisco is groundless as being illegal!

It’s not illegal when the PRC was never considered an independent government until the UN passed resolution 2758 on October 25th, 1971 officially recognizing the PRC as a government. From 1949 to 1971 the PRC was still considered an illegitimate power with no rights under UN……………………..that’s the trouble with civil war……………………………….it takes time to become legitimate power after much infighting!

The PRC had no say in Treaty of San Francisco of 1951 because the PRC wasn’t recognized until 1971 in the United Nations as a sovereign state!

Same reason why PRC cannot claim anything in Cairo Declaration of 1943, or Potsdam Declaration of 1945 because the communists didn’t take power until 1949! Or are you guys going to say the Agreement has the words ‘People’s Republic of China’ in the Potsdan Declaration instead of the words ‘Republic of China!’

PRC saying US ‘determination’ was illegal need to understand the PRC had no say in the matter because PRC wasn’t accepted as independent state until 1971 in the UN! Until then you were considered a rogue country…………………….kinda like Somalia today!

So try again about legality of Treaty of San Francisco in 1951 as PRC only became recognized twenty years later in the United Nations!


To the person stating the Okinawa Reversion Agreement of 1971. The treaty was signed on June 17th, 1971 between the US and Japan and the PRC again wasn’t recognized as a sovereign power until October 25th, 1971 when the United Nations passed resolution 2758.

Since the PRC wasn’t recognized at the time as legitimate, then nothing is illegal regarding the PRC objections of the Treaty of San Francisco or the Okinawa Revision Agreement, as the PRC had no recognition as a sovereign independent state until Oct of1971! After, these Treaty and Agreements were already completed at the UNSC and is on record!

You can’t have a legitimate complaint about legality, when your not even a legitimate country by the United Nations!

From 1885 on, surveys of the Senkaku Islands had been thoroughly made by the Government of Japan through the agencies of Okinawa Prefecture and by way of other methods. Through these surveys, it was confirmed that the Senkaku Islands had been uninhabited and showed no trace of having been under the control of China. Based on this confirmation, the Government of Japan made a Cabinet Decision on 14 January 1895 to erect a marker on the Islands to formally incorporate the Senkaku Islands into the territory of Japan.

Since then, the Senkaku Islands have continuously remained as an integral part of the Nansei Shoto Islands which are the territory of Japan. These islands were neither part of Taiwan nor part of the Pescadores Islands which were ceded to Japan from the Qing Dynasty of China in accordance with Article II of the Treaty of Shimonoseki which came into effect in May of 1895.

Accordingly, the Senkaku Islands are not included in the territory which Japan renounced under Article II of the San Francisco Peace Treaty. The Senkaku Islands have been placed under the administration of the United States of America as part of the Nansei Shoto Islands, in accordance with Article III of the said treaty, and are included in the area, the administrative rights over which were reverted to Japan in accordance with the Agreement Between Japan and the United States of America Concerning the Ryukyu Islands and the Daito Islands signed on 17 June 1971. The facts outlined herein clearly indicate the status of the Senkaku Islands being part of the territory of Japan.

The fact that China expressed no objection to the status of the Islands being under the administration of the United States under Article III of the San Francisco Peace Treaty clearly indicates that China did not consider the Senkaku Islands as part of Taiwan. It was not until the latter half of 1970, when the question of the development of petroleum resources on the continental shelf of the East China Sea came to the surface, that the Government of China and Taiwan authorities began to raise questions regarding the Senkaku Islands.

Furthermore, none of the points raised by the Government of China as “historic, geographic or geological” evidence provide valid grounds, in light of international law, to support China’s arguments regarding the Senkaku Islands.

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Michelle Obama Steps Out in Her Latest

Posted by w_thames_the_d on September 29, 2012

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The East is Red-china Still Searching for Mao

Posted by w_thames_the_d on September 29, 2012

china has had a pretty skank history of late. Chinese blood flowed like Maotai at a ccp meeting. Mao and his crew were responsible for killing anywhere from 70 million to 200 million of their comrades. But the funny thing is that, masochistic as the Chinese are, they still love the man. This was part of the reason for the support of Bo Xilai and his ‘reddist’ views.

Now Beijing is showing more of their sadist/masochistic tendencies, they have erected Red Guard eateries and speak easies. For those of you don’t know what the red Guard is, they were a sadistic group of bottom feeders chosen from the dregs of society to promote Maoist tenets. In order to be a member you could not come from monied or educated families. Interestingly enough it is from this scum that the likes of Bo Xilai and Xi Jinping were farmed.
Here is their stated goal
According to a Red Guard leader, the movement’s aims were as follows:

Chairman Mao has defined our future as an armed revolutionary youth organization…So if Chairman Mao is our Red-Commander-in-Chief and we are his Red soldiers, who can stop us? First we will make China red from inside out and then we will help the working people of other countries make the world red…And then the whole universe.[1]

Their method for achieving this was through terror. I’ve read books by Mcfarqhar(sp) and heard the stories, Mao said that the red guard was special and normal rules did not apply to them. As a result, they massacred people, killed teachers, cut their tongues out. These red guards were from 17-22 and the scum of the scum. They would summon people from their homes in the middle of the night to terrorize them and burn their possessions. From all i have heard here, those people were sick, as in jailhouse sick.

But now, as I said, Beijing is glamorizing that time. To put it into perspective, it would be like starting a gestapo bar in order to remember the good old times, or perhaps a slave shack to stuff all the darkies in from back in the day. ( no disrespect Germany, hate to use them as an example).

But that is what China has done. And some idiot who is frequenting the red guard restaurant said it brings back good memories. And in a manner of selfishness that Chinese have perefected, the woman states that the red guard times were good. The guards could tarvel across china for free and preach about mao. How nice she was enjoying one of the most evil time in the past forty years.


Beijing (CNN) — The East is Red restaurant is unlikely to end up in many international guidebooks as a must-visit destination in Beijing.

Sitting on the outskirts of the Chinese capital city, the eatery chose its moniker after the famous Maoist song of the same name and is themed around China’s Cultural Revolution (1966-76), an era which many would rather forget.

And yet on any given night of the week, the restaurant gathers a large and boisterous crowd.

Waiters race around dressed as red guards, the student army force of the time. Revolutionary posters decorate the walls and red flags deck the tables. The central draw is a stage, where entertainers sing “red” revolutionary songs and perform mock struggle sessions. People in the audience cheer and sing along; some even cry.

The East is Red is just one of many venues in Beijing that gives the Cultural Revolution a makeover, repackaging what was once a tragedy into a gimmick. Some have been kicking around since the late 1990s, while others are more recent additions.

“It was really exciting,” commented 26-year-old Yin Hang of his recent trip to one. “Everything was new to me. I knew a bit about that part of history from my parents but I don’t feel a connection to it.”


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Shitter in China

Posted by w_thames_the_d on September 29, 2012

China invented the toilet-less toilet. I guess this is what you could call hygiene with ‘Chinese characteristics’

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