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Post time 2014-11-18 04:39:02 |Display all floors
saltandpepper Post time: 2014-11-18 03:34
Another clown coming with his fantasy.

Then this question is also for you.

Your question is very long and confusing because all the extra bs you put there.

China is growing fast now because China ditched Mao's ultra communism and opened up to the world for trade. During Mao's era the main focus in companies was not to make money and develope business but control people. 20 % of the work force in an industrial company did not do anything productive but party work, ideological bs, controling and punishing (killing) people who had other ideas.

Mao ashamed even Deng, sent him to countryside to dig the fields and Mao and his supporters even cripled Deng's son by throwing him out of the window.

Mao is the reason why China today is overcrowded and half of the country is behind the developed world by 30 years. You should thank Deng for opening up China. He is the one who saved China from Mao for the Chinese people.

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Post time 2014-11-18 05:18:51 |Display all floors
saltandpepper Post time: 2014-11-18 04:56
bs is because you are delusional.

You're wrong again and again.

Mao's greatest gift for Deng was to shame and torture his family and criple his son.

Deng's specific economic policy was to open up China to foreign capital and allow Chinese farmers sell some of their products in private market. The opening up of agriculture saved millions of Chinese from starving and foreign capital allowed China to build its export industry which is the backbone of China's success we see today.

Mao wanted none of this. He wanted China closed from foreign capital and keep all the agricultural production in state hands.

Mao might have been an alright guerrilla fighter but he had no idea how to run a country. After the war he only cared about himself, get more power and wealth. He is responsible for killing tens of millions of his countrymen.

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Post time 2014-11-18 06:53:20 |Display all floors
coralbay Post time: 2014-11-17 09:07
And still you continue ...

You quite obviously don't know the difference between hunger and starv ...

Yes you are right. Whatever Wall Street journalists manage to dream up is completely irrelevant and divorced from reality. People in China understand that Western leaders need to keep their serfs in the dark otherwise lynch mobs will come after them.
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Post time 2014-11-18 07:42:24 |Display all floors
seneca Post time: 2014-11-17 12:11
Yes, the Chinese are FOREIGNERS in so-called "Xinjiang" even if the Uighurs settled there as rec ...

According to your understanding the Chinese are foreigners of their own land while the English, French, Germans, Japanese, Indians, Uighurs, Tibetans, Xiongnu, Tankas, Hui, Mongols, Kazakhs, Uzbeks, Russians, Miao, and any other ethncity are not because that's how you would like it. Hmmmm? Tell me more about your problem.  
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Post time 2014-11-18 07:46:06 |Display all floors
seneca Post time: 2014-11-17 12:46
Do you know that every developing country's population doubles in about the same time, i.e. in t ...

Ok so the Chinese are people that live on thin air and sit around having babies. Got any more quirky facts about them you would like to share?  
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