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Archive for June 1st, 2013

China’s First She Dictator Peng Liyuan’s Insane Military Video

Posted by w_thames_the_d on June 1, 2013

Check out this video on YouTube:
This is China’s first she dictator, Peng Liyuan. China should be proud to have such a Nazi as a role model for all children.

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China’s Old Age Crisis

Posted by w_thames_the_d on June 1, 2013

China’s elderly are becoming too large a number to ignore and pose many risks for the country, but only if Beijing cares-which they don’t. Thus the elderly Chinese will be forced to a life of dumpster diving for food and tai Qi swatting away of toxic insects and rodents as they attempt to live a ‘dignified’ life.

“At present, 32% of elderly Chinese reported having poor health, 38% said they were disabled, 23% are below the poverty line and 40% show symptoms of depression.”

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Check Out China’s First Lady Peng Liyuan in Insane Communist War Video

Posted by w_thames_the_d on June 1, 2013

This is crazy, check out the video of China first commie Squeeze Peng Liyuan. What is really bizarre is how civilized countries actually treat her as if she were a normal person. Peng Liyuan is a jack booted thug who is probably more neurotic and crazy than Gu Kailai, or so I am told.

Oh btw comrade Peng is racing through battlegrounds in order to save troops. It must have happened when she was at the Tianenman massacre in 1989. She serenaded the troops after they had slaughtered a few hundred people.


Screen grabs from video….

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China’s Universities Cannot Teach: Civil Rights, freedom of the Press and 5 Others

Posted by w_thames_the_d on June 1, 2013

Here is an excerpt on how badly the chicoms want to fk up China. They are prohibiting seven topics from being discussed in school.

“Chinese leaders have reportedly banned the discussion of seven subjects in university classrooms as they attempt to “curb Western influence,” the Chronicle reported Monday. Zhang Xuezhong, a prominent Chinese law professor, revealed on his website that the Chinese government has dictated a new policy on university professors, telling them they cannot teach seven subjects. Xeuzhong, a professor at East China University of Political Science and Law, stated the “seven speak-nots” are universal values, citizen rights, civil society, judicial independence, freedom of the press, the privileged capitalist class, and past mistakes of thecommunist party.”


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Chinese are Culturally Ignorant

Posted by w_thames_the_d on June 1, 2013

People from China are ashamed of their ignorance of the outside world. Thanks to ‘Chinese teaching’ ie brainwashing and group neurosis, the people from China are convinced that they come from a once powerful country which has been shaken to its core by foreign invaders and drug. Rather than reflect on the ‘veracity’ of this belief, the locals merely ingest what is shoveled their way, internalize and then repeat it. This is basically the Chinese way.

The same is true of their ‘knowledge’ of foreign cultures. Due to a system which demands memorization but denies interpretation, you have 1.34 billion people who say the same thing. ‘Oh, you are from America, it is big. Oh Obama, very gooodddd’. or ‘America, the policeman of the world’.

Tell them you are from Canada or Denmark and their pre-programmed logic fails. Lacking adequate preparation on how to field and answer any question which does not fit into their algebraic take on the world they scratch their dandruff encrusted scalp, spit , burp and then shake their mangy head.

The problem is that they all bleat the same party lines for theirs is a system which whose focus is on repetition and does not allow interpretation. In this way the communists are safe, after all, it would be a pain if so many people wondered why they live on $1 dollar per day and yet the leaders of the people dine like kings. Suffice it to say that memorization and brainwashing work. You will experience this in the rote answers and lack of creativity that abounds in China.

This sign says “Defend our Motherland!”

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