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Post time 2011-12-28 15:14:34 |Display all floors
The head of a village neighborhood committee under the jurisdiction of a city of Henan province in central China was recently seen begging on the street in order to raise money to fix the village's roads.

The man, surnamed Bai, on Dec. 20 went to the provincial capital of Zhengzhou and begged on the street for 30,000 yuan (US$4,730) for road maintenance, going so far as to bite his finger and write a guarantee in his own blood that the money would be used to fix the road only.

The village committee responded by saying Bai's behavior had not been approved by them, nor had he applied for any money for road repairs. Other committee members had been disturbed by his move, they said.

Bai agreed that he did not hold a formal committee meeting before undertaking his unorthodox action, but said he did have support within the village to go begging. He said it would take too long to obtain the money for repairs if he followed the normal application procedure. "Unless we have some connections with certain officials, it may take three to five years to get the money for which we apply," he said, according to the Beijing News.
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The head of village committee from Henan begged on the street for money for road repairs, reportedly unsuccesssfully. (Photo/CFP)

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Post time 2011-12-28 15:22:08 |Display all floors
Doesn't he know anything about BONDS?

Poor ORGANIZATION SKILLS.
He should organized the nearest 30 to 100km2 villages and form a DISTRICT GOVERNMENT.
Signing words in blood.........

SHI-T so bloody backward

What happen to progress, what happen to the Confucian Bureaucrat guild?
Can't they teach these fella "common way".

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Post time 2011-12-28 16:32:22 |Display all floors
he can donated the blood hahaha.

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Post time 2011-12-28 18:23:45 |Display all floors
unorthodox actions and weird thoughts

Begging along the streets is the personal behavior to satisfy his or her demands.

This kind of begging is to serve the mass(repairing the road for villagers).

One person is not enough, a group of beggers may take effect!!

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Post time 2011-12-29 10:36:40 |Display all floors
China has been one of the FIRST civilized state in the world.

The Empire is ADMINISTRATIVE DIVIDED into Central Government, Central Government administered Cities, Provinces, Provincial Cities, Districts, and Special Administrative Regions.

It does seems that TAXATION rules, and distribution is not done properly.
Each KM of the road, whether Central, Provincial, City, District or Private Tolled roads has it's own funding.

The CONFUCIAN BUREAUCRACY nowadays must have REPRESENTATIVE in every district, city, province, central government agencies. The POLITICAL PARTY, the CCP will have a parallel system with it's control of the ARMY and the PEOPLE'S ARMED POLICE plus the LOCAL GOVERNMENT with it's TAOIST GENTRY. Then we have organized ZEN and Shaolin in our society.

Fund raising for PUBLIC WORKS can be performed via many ways.
In poorer districts, COOPERATION & COLLABORATIONS between the political, administrative, civil society and "revenue merchant" tapping is pretty crucial, so that THEY CAN STAND UP, and BE ABLE TO PROMOTE SELF BENEFIT policies for their community. ORGANIZATION is crucial for a community!

Perhaps, NEW CHINA under Chairman Mao has damaged the "civil society", "revenue merchant" and created a malaise "political units"!  What a DISASTER!

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Post time 2011-12-29 10:42:38 |Display all floors
While the CENTRAL GOVERNMENT policies should be directed at

(1) Food security and surplus
(2) Energy security
(3) Fuel security
(4) Development of infrastructure
(5) Domestic and National security
(6) Development of relevant technologies.

and the PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT will have to develop

(7) Social Security - free basic education, free health care.
(8) Provincial Infrastructure
(9) Development of the local economy, credit levels.
(10) Growing the local credit levels
(11) Development of suitable technologies and
(12) Development of suitable pillar industries.

Then we have local governments

(Shi-t - we have VILLAGE administrative head - the village head using such BACKWARK methods! We need to give COURSES on Administration to various level of the Bureaucracy, Political units.)

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Post time 2011-12-29 10:48:38 |Display all floors
What we have is failure in the ADMINISTRATIVE services - Public works dept.

The local government should have 2% of the GNP.
Generally speaking, this FUNDS is obtained from the Local Gentry, propertied or farm owning citizenry.
It's generally ASSESSMENT RATES equal to 1% of the community annual income. Then there is Land Tax on the wealthy - the Commercial, Plantation, Farms owners, Local Government Investment Assets = equal to 1% of the community annual income.

This is generally enough to maintain, improve ROADS, sewage, drainage, flood alleviation, irrigation, solid waste disposal, landscaping, general amenities. Further if there is PROVINCIAL, CENTRAL GOVERNMENT infrastructure - it's dependent on the FUNDS on those respective departments.

WHAT WENT WRONG HERE?

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