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Post time 2008-6-4 01:03:50 |Display all floors
Originally posted by walingwaling at 2008-6-4 00:36
... before I will sing the praise for quasi-dictatorships. Those songs are better sang by mengzhi and consort.


But you live and survive in the same system you're attacking now.

Am I right?

Now, when will you chew grass?
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Post time 2008-6-4 02:04:44 |Display all floors
Originally posted by walingwaling at 2008-6-4 00:36
... before I will sing the praise for quasi-dictatorships. Those songs are better sang by mengzhi and consort.


Shouldn't you be trying to solve some of the unsolved problems from the Nazi era in your homeland?

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Post time 2008-6-4 03:15:48 |Display all floors

China, you have not even started ...

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Post time 2008-6-4 05:44:15 |Display all floors

Curdy Turd .

Originally posted by walingwaling at 2008-6-4 00:36
... before I will sing the praise for quasi-dictatorships. Those songs are better sang by mengzhi and consort.

wailing wailing ,

I thought you are already chewing grass and curds . The methane you produce through both ends of your alimentary canal will attest to that .

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Post time 2008-6-8 18:51:09 |Display all floors

This is a bit rich...

From 'elcaputo' (post #321).

"And most of all:

If we have an image problem we [Germany] do not search for the problem abroad, we look inside and question ourself, what did we do wrong.

China should try that too, for a change."

I find this quite hilarious as where I come from the Chinese are famous for self-criticism and self-reflection - it is a closely regarded maxim of Mao Zedong Thought, is it not?! I remember reading that Zhou Enlai wrote self-critiques often (though this may have been to save his skin for being a little outspoken in 'that' turbulent era). Does it still happen? Common practice or outdated? Do people look inwards or outwards if something goes awry in contemporary China?

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Post time 2008-6-11 13:43:17 |Display all floors

Reply #347 aotearoa's post

Neither, they blame the foreigners...as is evident by the psotings by our more virulently xenophobic sino-nazis here in CD. Kia ora!

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