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China’s She-Commuminst Fashionista Peng Liyuan

Posted by w_thames_the_d on August 4, 2013

China is communist, so the commander of the communist party and overlord of the dump is also a commie. In addition, his right hand she-thug is a commie as well. Comrade Xi Jinping is married to comrade Peng Liyuan, who was in the Chinese military and a proud member of the communist party. Her official title was folk singer, but one has to wonder what that entails.

According to this woman, Bai Long, who is also Chinese and was a singer in the Chinese military, she ‘stated that during her time in Tibet she, along with other female performers, was regularly plied with alcohol and sexually abused by older male Chinese officers, including one instance of rape that led to a pregnancy, which she was forced to terminate with an abortion.”


What this means is that the People’s Liberation Army apparently wants to liberate its female soldiers from their virginity and innocence. Bai Ling was only 14-17 when she was raped by Chinese military officers.

Moving on to Peng Liyuan, one has to wonder what she did to get in the good graces of the Chinese military top dogs. After all, she was chosen to sing for the troops at Tianenman after they murdered a bunch of innocent people. Here is proof

Surely her job title had more to it then just ‘folk singing’, or maybe I am way off base…

In any event, comrade Peng was chosen as one of the best dressed first ladies, a term which I think should be used for real ladies and not the likes of comrade Peng Liyuan

Here is a quote
“For the second consecutive year, Michelle Obama did not make the cut for the high-fashion magazine’s “International Best-Dressed” list. But China’s new first lady did. Peng Liyuan “sails onto the list,” as Vanity Fair put it in a photo gallery highlighting Peng’s eye for trendy-yet-stately attire.

The honour had some Chinese bloggers crowing.

“Peng Liyuan Upends Michelle Obama,” read one Chinese luxury mag’s headline.

“She is the mother of the country,” wrote an unidentified Chinese blogger registered in Hebei province. “Finally, China has a first lady who gets people thumbs-up around the world.”

Interestingly enough, comrade Peng is still singing for the military. I have posted her ‘Tibet Clothes washing’ video previously, where she croons on and on about how the Chinese army has saved Tibet, built their roads and washed their clothes. Search the archives and you will see it. In another video, comrade Peng looks like this

Seriously, this is her in a pro communist video.

Here are more shots of her in what appears a counter claim to her being one of the world’s best dressed.

I guess I would expect more of the world than to glorify a she-com who is part of the institutional menace which is communism. Wo else but the Chinese would turn tanks on their own, slaughtering thousands? And who else but China would have a first lady who embraces such a thing?

Chinese tanks ready to eliminate more ‘Chinese spares’

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Cheap Chinese Tourists Share Sunbrellas

Posted by w_thames_the_d on August 4, 2013

Te Chinese fear the sun and I. Don’t know why. As far as I am concerned, anything would be an improvement on the orange pallor that so many of the Beijingers have. They say they do not like to be ‘dark’ , but then again, does it really matter?

In the land of ‘ug’ ugly is just a matter of degree.

Funny thing is that this old bag of she-coms would have traded those umbrellas for little red books a matter of years ago.

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Kiss Me

Posted by w_thames_the_d on August 4, 2013

My Kiss me face

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Two Foreigners Forced To Work in China’s ‘Re-education Through Labor’ Camps

Posted by w_thames_the_d on August 4, 2013

China has declared war on foreigners and this is just more proof.

“Human Rights Watch has interviewed two foreigners sentenced in Yunnan, China, to reeducation through labor (RTL or laojiao). Both had been stopped by police for a roadside urine test, were told they tested positive for drug use, and were sentenced the same day.

According to one of the men, who denied using drugs:

They took me in a police car to the police station…. And then they said I had to go to prison for two years. I speak only a little Chinese. They used a translator…. After they told me my two-year sentence, there was no time for me to talk or to ask anything because the translator left immediately….”



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China Taking DNA of Foreigners Now

Posted by w_thames_the_d on August 4, 2013

This is scary. A guy is married to a Chinese woman and had to give up his DNA in order to get a visa. The last thing I want is for the crazy chicoms to get a slug of my own DNA.

“Well, my experience is this… I’ve lived in Shenzhen for 11 years (have not left the mainland for more than a month per year in the last 6), have been married for just over 5 to a local citizen and can tell you the whole marriage = long term visa / permanent (ID) residence / eligible to work as is with local citizens thing we’ve all heard about is a myth. At least if you’re 100% legit and going through the proper Govt. departments that is. I’ve always had to get 1 year L visa’s (fortunately I own a company/bank in the states and have never worked a day in China). After 5 years of dating, when we initially married we traveled back to her hometown to do so and included in the application was a medical and criminal background check. All official, all good. Next time around – L visa again. Going on 6 years now, still L visa.

Apparently the new laws are aimed at illegals (living/working in China) and helping those of us playing by the rules to make (visa) life easier. Not so sure about that.. now that my current visa will expire in a week I’m being told (my wife stopped by the SZ Govt. dept to be sure beforehand) that I can no longer get a one year L visa as per usual… now it’s the same price for the same type of 6 month visa (940 RMB I think it is) – if I want a 1 year visa I’ll need to go to the Govt. approved hospital for a full physical and blood work EVERY year. Seriously!? Been there done that once already, not a good experience at all (dirty overcrowded hospital, looky-loos, pokey needles and everything lol…), no thanks.

Anyway, so much for the easier visa/residence process for us legit expats. Looks like every 5 1/2 months I’ll have to pay 940 RMB for the L visa.

Oh and FYI for whatever reason apparently they’re now also finger printing foreigners. Awesome.”



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Stupid Chinese Take Pics of Other Stupid Chinese

Posted by w_thames_the_d on August 4, 2013

This is Chinese stupidity or Chinese originality

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