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China’s ‘Independence’ Day

Posted by w_thames_the_d on October 2, 2013


Yesterday China celebrated the formation of their country. Just imagine, it was merely 64 years ago that the Chinese kow towed to despotic leaders who cared little to nothing about them. Fast forward to Mao and the chicoms and the Chinese are now ‘liberated’.

Before you scoff at my words, consider the following:

Chinese have been liberated from
Free thought
Freedom of religion
Freedom of expression
Freedom to collect in public spaces
Freedom to complain
Freedom to watch
Youtube, get on Twitter and Facebook
Freedom from reading
NY times and Bloomberg
Freedom from being able to independently verify communists ‘truths’ Freedom from living like a human
Freedom from being able to procreate
Freedom from eating healthy food
Freedom from drinking healthy water
Freedom from breathing pure air

I could go on, but why should I, if you ever lived in this dump, you could make a list 999 times as long as this one.

Chicom Dickhead TV tower

One Response to “China’s ‘Independence’ Day”

  1. Me said

    On a positive note, the Chinese do not have to be overburdened by things such as thinking and making decisions. In that respect, the world is a better place.

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