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Ghosty Post time: 2012-7-24 02:09
Since when expatter tells the truth???

i remember you made a thread for him

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leboucher Post time: 2012-7-24 01:57
You ain't in China snappy.

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He never used to bother me but rather interacted with those others who like little comments .........

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leboucher Post time: 2012-7-24 02:14
If you look at their tactics closely, you'd notice that they have their own duties:

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leboucher Post time: 2012-7-24 02:14
If you look at their tactics closely, you'd notice that they have their own duties:

Diversion and  ...

A good summary.

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Yeah Mao was a great guy, full of childish good spirit and glee. All the genocidal acts he was part of were clearly just a joke, although a quarter of the Tibetan people didn't seem to find it so funny (as they were starved to death). He also championed the working class, admittedly at the expense of anyone with any dash of interllect as they were considered 'capitalist roaders' and were quickly taken care of in the most humane way possible (beaten to death by brain washed teenagers, or 'the red guards' as they prefered to be known).

He also really helped the political side of China improve into a real democracy, if by democracy you actually mean a crippling dictatorship. Political debates turned into groups of drones yelling meaningless political slogans at each other. As a visionary thinker, he authorised some real genius plans to help China become a great power like the 'sparrowcide' campaign. Sparrows were a nuissence to crops, so it was decided that they would all be killed to help crops grow, and provide more food so it could be sent to Mao's special carer, Stalin. Obviously, the idea of a food chain wasn't taken into account, as the idea of animals eating one another is too complicated for Mao's special brain. This meant that the other pests that the sparrows had previously fed on would now live longer and reproduce more off spring, killing more crops and putting China into an even worse position than before (which is quite a feat)

Overall, Mao was just a guy that tried his best (and was directly responsible for the deaths of 40 million+ people

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