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Beijing’s Insane Smear Campaigns on Authors

Posted by w_thames_the_d on September 29, 2014

8f682165dbe630e3794c6e417d89b7b8_normal.jpeg Andrew Jacobs (@AndrewJacobsNYT)
9/22/14, 16:24
Beijing’s Rising Smear Power: a must-read piece by author Murong on China’s global efforts to control public opinion nyti.ms/1ubX9F7

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Perverted Chinese Doctor Bootie Fingers a Blow-Up Doll on TV

Posted by w_thames_the_d on September 29, 2014

Mainland Chinese are the definition of creepy. Check this out..

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Phoning Home, Xiaomi and Cell Phone Data Theft

Posted by w_thames_the_d on September 29, 2014

Any cell phone from China is a. Manchurian candidate.

Hunger Marketing in China

Xiaomi got caught with its proverbial hand in the cookie jar. The company was siphoning off user data and sending it to China without permission. What is remarkable about this is not the data theft, as is explained below, but Xiaomi’s response.

Due to the nature of smart phones, they are walking data centers. Anyone with access to one’s handheld, potentially owns that information. This fact is why trust should be a major concern for people when buying smart phones.

Xiaomi’s reticence to be forthright with their intrusion is probably due to their youth more than anything else. The company is a relative newcomer and still figuring out how to handle PR nightmares. Lets hope they up their game in the future.

About data theft and cell phones in General

Excerpt- ‘When popular Chinese handset maker Xiaomi Inc admitted that its devices were sending users’ personal information back to a…

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Insane Chinese Fighting For Iphones

Posted by w_thames_the_d on September 29, 2014

Mao was right, these people need to be caged. Thousands of years of inbreeding has left them with a predominance of faulty recessive genes. I do not mean this as racial slander but a fact. They are more prone to hysteria than real humans. In fact, child psychologists who lived in China said that the ‘kill all but one child generation’ has a higher incidence of mental disorder, chief of which is neurosis.

These people need to be held in communes and tote Red Books while dining on tree bark and rations of hate speech. Mao really knew best.

Black Market Takes Over the iPhone 6 Lines

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The King Returneth

Posted by w_thames_the_d on September 27, 2014

All hail Vanoc, aka the King. He has lived more China crap than any of us can imagine. He dedicates his life to helping the less fortunate and spreading the word about the moral cancer that is China. He has guts and knows his stuff.

He may be abrasive but its due to the fact that his step monster, Chinese xxxx has kidnapped his sis.

Read what he has to say and offer support, sympathy and join the cause. Before leaving China, it was obvious to me that they are itching for a fight. Reduce your China footprint and be wary of fresh off the boat Chinese.

I lived there for eight years ago and was appalled at it all. The Chinese are a scary race. Thousands of years of infanticide and selective abortions has lead them down the path of systemized cruelty and moral decline.

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Chinese Student at Iowa State U Allegedly Kills His Girlfriend and then Returns to China, Extradite the POS

Posted by w_thames_the_d on September 27, 2014

Flesh search this pig and bring his punk butt back to the US. Send him to Fort Madison and let some of the homeboys teach him what the word shemaid means. This punk preyed on the weak and innocent and then ran off to his rich and corrupt mommy and pos daddy who will bribe ccp Xi and his kin to keep this guy free.

Somebody find this punk.


What is up with all the crazy fu er dai or rich Chinese one -child punks killing their girlfriend’s?

This guy supposedly slaughtered his girlfriend and fled back to china. I am sure that his communist parents will not allow him to be prosecuted in the USA.

Communists runs red with the blood of the innocents. Their children are just plain bad.

IOWA CITY — A person of interest in the disappearance of Iowa State University student Tong Shao lived in the area where Iowa City police found a car associated with her that was discovered to have a body in the trunk Friday.

Iowa City Police Lt. Mike Brotherton said that person is now in China, something that doesn’t sit right with police.

“It is suspicious that one of her friends … has gone back to China,” Brotherton said Saturday. “That’s highly suspicious. That’s one of the things we are trying to track down.”

For now, Brotherton said police cannot confirm that the body found in the truck of the beige 1997 Toyota Camry with Kentucky license plates is that of Shao, a 20-year-old ISU junior from China. Brotherton said he is hopeful that an autopsy scheduled for Saturday will lead to a positive identification and give police more information on the case that is currently being treated as a homicide.

The Camry was discovered at Dolphin Lake Point Enclave on Friday. Police believe the vehicle — and the body in the trunk — had been there for “an extended period of time,” Brotherton said. Shao was first reported missing on Sept. 17, but Ames police said her friends last heard from her on Sept. 8 when Shao reported she was in Iowa City to visit a friend and was heading to Minnesota to visit other friends.



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China’s Cyber Attack on American Military Precursor to War?

Posted by w_thames_the_d on September 26, 2014

Read the following and then reconsider hiring that Chinese national for a job in the US or abroad. The Chinese are nor nit and have never been our partners. The more they infiltrate civilized countries, the more we are at risk when war inevitably breaks out.

China’s military has conducted scores of cyber attacks against critical U.S. Transportation Command contractors a clear sign the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) is preparing to disrupt U.S. logistics and supply networks in a future conflict.

The Chinese targeting of the Transcom networks, including 50 known attacks against 20 command contractors, was disclosed in a declassified Senate Armed Services Committee report made public last week.

“Cyber intrusions by foreign countries into the computer networks of the U.S. Transportation Command pose a threat to U.S. military operations,” the report concludes.

China’s military has targeted U.S. logistics – the systems used to provide arms, food, fuel and other military goods to deployed forces – for disruption in wartime and intelligence-gathering in preparation for war during peacetime, the report says.

Chinese military planners will “seek to use cyber capabilities to impede U.S. force deployment in a contingency,” the report states.

And the contractors hit by the Chinese included “operationally critical contractors” — both airlines and shipping companies.

The report also faulted the key military command for not being aware of the cyber attacks. “Transcom was unaware of the overwhelming majority of successful cyber intrusions,” the report said.

Not mentioned in the Senate report is the fact that the U.S. military’s decades-long program of military-to-military exchanges aimed at “building trust” with the PLA likely contributed to China’s cyber targeting of strategic Transcom logistics capabilities.



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Global Civil Rights Decline Eight Straight Years, China To Blame?

Posted by w_thames_the_d on September 26, 2014

How much of this is China’s fault? They coddle dictators and offer an oppressive alternative to democracy. It’s the 1920’s all over again?



The state of freedom declined for the eighth consecutive year in 2013, according to Freedom in the World 2014, Freedom House’s annual country-by-country report on global political rights and civil liberties.

Particularly notable were developments in Egypt, which endured across-the-board reversals in its democratic institutions following a military coup. There were also serious setbacks to democratic rights in other large, politically influential countries, including Russia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Turkey, Venezuela, and Indonesia.

Findings of the 41st edition of Freedom in the World, the oldest, most authoritative report of democracy and human rights, include:

  • Fifty-four countries showed overall declines in political rights and civil liberties, compared with 40 that showed gains.
  • For the eighth consecutive year, Freedom in the World recorded more declines in democracy worldwide than gains.
  • Some leaders effectively relied on “modern authoritarianism,” crippling their political opposition without annihilating it, and flouting the rule of law while maintaining a veneer of order, legitimacy, and prosperity.
  • Central to modern authoritarians is the capture of institutions that undergird political pluralism. They seek to dominate not only the executive and legislative branches, but also the media, judiciary, civil society, economy, and security forces.

There were some positive signs for the year:

  • Civil liberties improved in Tunisia, the most promising of the Arab Spring countries.
  • Pakistan showed gains due to successful elections and an orderly rotation of power.
  • In Africa, gains occurred in Mali, Côte d’Ivoire, Senegal, Madagascar, Rwanda, Togo, and Zimbabwe.
  • The addition of Honduras, Kenya, Nepal, and Pakistan raised the number of electoral democracies to 122.

Worst of the Worst: Ten countries were given the lowest possible rating of 7 for both political rights and civil liberties.

Central African Republic Somalia
Equatorial Guinea Sudan
Eritrea Syria
North Korea Turkmenistan
Saudi Arabia Uzbekistan

Middle East and North Africa

The Middle East and North Africa registered the worst civil liberties scores of any region. Gains: Iraq’s political rights rating improved as the result of greater political activity by opposition parties during provincial elections, and Tunisia earned an increase in its civil liberties rating. Declines: Egypt saw its status decline from Partly Free to Not Free. The Gaza Strip received a decline in its political rights rating.

Sub-Saharan Africa
In recent years, sub-Saharan Africa has been the most politically volatile region, with major democratic breakthroughs in some countries, and coups, insurgencies, and authoritarian crackdowns in others. This trend continued in 2013. Gains: Mali moved from Not Free to Partly Free due to successful elections and an improved security situation in the north. Côte d’Ivoire, Madagascar, Rwanda, Senegal, Togo, and Zimbabwe all saw ratings improvements. Declines: The Central African Republic dropped from Partly Free to Not Free because of a rebellion that ousted the president and parliament and suspended the constitution, and Sierra Leone’s status declined from Free to Partly Free due to persistent problems with corruption. Ratings declines were also seen in South Sudan and Uganda.

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Insane Chinese Grads Celebrate Graduation by Dressing up as Red Guards

Posted by w_thames_the_d on September 24, 2014

The ‘kill all but one child’ generation in China is hyper nationalistic. They sucked off the teat of hate speech since they entered the dismal land they call home. To them anything foreign is poisonous amd need to be eradicated.

An example of their built in hatred is shown here.

These college students are dressing as Red Guars, a fanatical group of Mao thugs who on the average killed one million people per year for ten years. From 1966-76 they terrorized China in an unauthorized display of cruelty and death.

The Chinese culture is beyond sick in many regards. What they are recreating is what we see here.

No one I knew from China had a positive thing to say about the cultural revolution and the Red Guards represent this era. Do yourself a favor, try not to buy anything made in China, nor its stocks. Reconsider offering people from the mainland a job. The post 80’s one child generation would like nothing more than to watch us collapse.

If they enjoy communism so much, let them stay home and enjoy it from there.

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What Innovation Looks alike in China

Posted by w_thames_the_d on September 24, 2014

Funny comment here about what innovation is like in China. The fact is that the communist party allows a foreign tech i to China and then it is cloned. The foreign companies is then kicked out of China or marginalized by Chinese policies.

Here are examples:

Weibo < Twitter (which is why China banned it)
WeChat < Whatsapp
Alibaba < Amazon
Baidu < Google (also banned by china)
Tianhe-2 oh please…………

Beidou < GPS, Glonass….
Shenzou < Soyuz (in fact it’s a clone copy of the Soyuz)
Huawei < Cisco

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