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Archive for June 30th, 2013

Another Tianenman in the Making? Xinjiang Goes on Lockdown

Posted by w_thames_the_d on June 30, 2013


Its like Tianenman all over again. Beijing has imposed martial law and a crackdown on all Muslims in Xinjiang. The reason is that most Chinese are Han ethnicity and cannot stand any other ethnic group such as the Muslims.

This is the new Tianenman square incident.

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Ass Class in China

Posted by w_thames_the_d on June 30, 2013


This is classy China

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China Fact, More North Koreans in China than Americans

Posted by w_thames_the_d on June 30, 2013


A fact is that today China has almost two times as many North Koreans living in China than Americans. According to the chicoms, about 70,000 Americans are living in China which is about half of the 120,000-130,000 North Koreans living here.

Interestingly enough, the Chinese are somewhat humiliated by the fact that they embrace the worlds dodgiest regimes. Just the other day I checked into a hotel and a guy from north Korea was there and the service desk grew anxious.

Perhaps she did not like to be associated with a capitalist roader in front of her comrade in communism.

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This was China only Thirty Years Ago

Posted by w_thames_the_d on June 30, 2013


Back then they were ignorant, xenophobic and dressed like paupers. Today nothing much has changed.

This is a pic from 1979 or 1980

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Horrible US – China Trade Imbalance

Posted by w_thames_the_d on June 30, 2013


Our trade imbalance with China is untenable. We buy too much and sell too little. In the process, we are ruining our economy.

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‘the German trade shortfall with China came in at less than 5 percent of the whopping $315 billion U.S. trade deficit with Beijing. U.S. and German exports to China were roughly comparable in 2012, but U.S. imports from China were 4.4 times bigger than what Germany bought in China.’

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