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Should China Use a Failed Democratic Model? [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2007-10-28 02:34:48 |Display all floors
It takes one to know one?

Originally posted by mencius at 2007-6-19 20:55


The reality is that although some people do that, not everyone can. If you really did do that, you've obviously let it poison your attitude towards others who are not fortunate with the stereot ...


I have always found zglobal to be truthful and honest, unlike you, emu.

If you want to see someone with a poisonous atitude then look in the mirror.
I am Chinese and Proud of it!

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Post time 2007-10-28 13:21:00 |Display all floors
China should find its own path for progress. New ideas are not the enemy, only disordered and hasty ones. China has shown wisdom in the pace it has chosen for many fields of development.
Moving too quickly in some areas can prove detrimental, as recent history in other parts of the world has demonstrated.

There are areas for improvement in every nation on earth, especially in regards to environmental ones. No one nation can claim perfection, but remember.... none can claim the resilience of China.

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Post time 2007-10-30 14:10:58 |Display all floors
Western democracy did not happened overnight either.
People in the West forget their own history, just like 5 year old child forgot that they wear diapers before and questioning why their younger sibling are wearing diapers. The West  "grew up" earlier and as a civilization they had done many great advancements in their social structure but they also "grew up" doing wild things just like when children became teenagers. As a civilization, while they "grew up", they colonialized, tradedg opium, traded slaves, marginalized (genocidal too) the aboriginal people from 3 continents (North, South America, Austrialia) so they do not have to deal with overpopulation and land reform issues that drag social development and social conflicts in other civilization. Moreover, they gone through  2 world wars and were the first that used weapons of mass destructions.

As for China, with many tremendous challenges, as long they make incremental progression, no one has the right to put it under a microscope, especially they do not treathen anybody outside their border. China has a history of warlords, civil wars and if not carefull history tend to repeat itself. The Taiwan is one genaration ahead of the mainland in socioeconomic development, and yet we saw people punching each other in their parlementary meetings. This only means even them are not mature enough for a Western type of democracy.

George Bush try to push a Western type democracy in Iraq, and it is a disaster.

To a certain degree, let people grow up by themself just like the West did before and don't cast the first stone.

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Post time 2007-10-30 15:37:29 |Display all floors
Originally posted by changabula at 2007-10-28 02:32


They are just not wise enough to fix the problems that they have created around the world.

They are good at one thing and that is their ability to bomb other countries back to the stone age  ...


Can they???

Some ask about China's 5000 years.............but fell so short of facts

but gave us some stone(stone hen was it???) for little comparison to an entire civilisation!!!!
What's on your mind now........ooooooooooooooo la la....Kind Regards

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Post time 2007-10-30 17:29:23 |Display all floors
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Post time 2008-3-17 17:20:17 |Display all floors
China should develop it's own democratic values.

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Post time 2008-3-17 17:24:56 |Display all floors
The fact has told us that China is led to further prosperity under the management of CPC. I believe the governors will perform better and better in the future.

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