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Post time 2009-6-14 09:35:11 |Display all floors
Originally posted by emucentral at 2009-6-14 07:38
In the past 20 years China suppresses discussion and fails to admit to or acknowledge the "incident". ...


This is quite stupid.

The discussion about it quite lively in academic circles, but surely not something to be discussed among confused population, especially those worshipping western puppets.

Btw, you've failed to mention how foreigners flocked into China and choose to stay, abandoning their home back. Is this a sign of being "oppressed"?

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Post time 2009-6-14 09:40:01 |Display all floors
You live in your daydream illusion, emucc.

That China should be "oppressive", "backward", "intolerant" etc.

When the reality is, China's screamingly fast development deny your western model, Chinas develops on its own and fast enough to struck your supremacist head. Never before a non-western nation could be so succesful in modernizing country in almost every aspect that you care, technology, military, agriculture, education etc.

Since you only respect fists and bombs, you're very concerned about China's disciplined military and the technology progress.

But my advise to you, live with it. Because China won't be stupid enough to follow your disastrous model. You can't even provide one non-western succesful model.

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Post time 2009-6-14 10:00:20 |Display all floors
quote augusten:

b u t    s u r e l y    n o t    s o m e t h i n g     t o    b e    d i s c u s s e d    a m o n g    c o n f u s e d     p o p u l a t i o n  !

A   v e r y  remarkable statement.


- a government who had decided years ago to carry the word   p e o p l e   in his official name -

- is not taking it's people serious (or is it afraid of it's people?)

The Peoples Republic of China !

Where to find that in reality ?

Maybe during the Olympics - but certainly not about past political topics.



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Post time 2009-6-14 10:07:24 |Display all floors
Originally posted by nemnaniat at 2009-6-14 10:00
Maybe during the Olympics - but certainly not about past political topics....


Ever heard the term "blowback" in intelligence world?

It's about the lies spread overseas by US lie machine that is being quoted by their media and treated as the truth by US population.

The US population then believe in the lies intended to confuse overseas public.

For example, how many US population will cry if they know Osama bin Laden, who allegedly blow up 9/11(really?) was a C1A asset?

Their asset fighting against them in US soil??

The confused population...

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Post time 2009-6-14 10:22:05 |Display all floors
Originally posted by augusten at 2009-6-14 10:07


Ever heard the term "blowback" in intelligence world?

It's about the lies spread overseas by US lie machine that is being quoted by their media and treated as the truth by US popul ...


The American public has the ability to dismiss former presidents historical merits,

like former president Nixon (Vietnam and Watergate).

In China such similar incident are too much for a "confused population" to discuss !

Who are those "academic circles" - they have to talk in secret and keep their opinions secret, too.

Those "academic circles" are just a bull---- excuse for keeping the people out of their own affairs !

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Post time 2009-6-14 10:26:28 |Display all floors
Originally posted by nemnaniat at 2009-6-14 10:22
The American public has the ability to dismiss former presidents historical merits,  ...


Yeah, but they cannot see the truth behind most of the terrorist activities done by their own agencies.

That's why Madeline Albright concerned on why US public has very different world opinion compared to other nation's public.

Because the US public live comfortably by the lies their agencies fed them.

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