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Originally posted by seneca

.... how on Earth can the leads that the CXD's Sherlock Holmes would find in this forum popint to ME?
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There is no need of a Sherlock Homes to locate you. You have an obvious long paper trial left behind

to fit into, like hand-in-glove, the descriptions by "Zhao Qizheng, spokesman for the annual

session of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative

Conference (CPPCC)" as quoted below......



"We feel that Internet culture and environment is getting more complicated

and there has emerged a group of people called 'Internet mercenaries'",
.
he said.


Some of them, backed by institutions for certain purposes, disguise them

as ordinary netizens and post comments in order to affect and divert public

opinion, or even disturb government policy-making,
.


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Thread: China rejects accusation of 'colonialism' in Africa!




Originally posted by seneca



Dated: 2009-3-7 16:18
This public posturing is the act of a person who deep in his heart feels guilty.

It's a sort of preemptive white-washing.

We all know China is involved in African ventures for much the same reasons any other

empire or country ever got involved there - economic reasons.




Dated: 2009-3-11 09:33
You would do us all a gret service by formally acknowledging that China IS a coloniser

(in the Spratlys as well as the Pracelsus Islands). Ask Vietnamese, Filippinos and

others about this - your very friends next door. They do hold this view!

Apart from that, China is perceived as a colonial exploiter in T and XJ.

No matter what you have got to say, the jury is still out, and most of

them actually believe the verdict to be true.

China also is meddling in domestic affairs of some African countries.

Ask the oppoistion parties in Zambia.


Africa is now home to something close to one million of impoverished Chinese peasants

plus some get-rich-quick entrepreneurs.





Dated:2009-3-11 09:24
For the world's choicest childish statements, kindly refer to Xinhua presentations of 'facts' and

the Xinhua people's 'interpretations of them. You can't get any more childish than that!





Dated: 2009-8-8 05:23
mewonders where you got your facts from because if you knez anything

about China in Africa you zould spill better beans, not just e,pty husks.

The name of that railway is Tanzam, and yes, China did an excellent

job in constructing that line as it was not originally expected to be

profitable (it has become profitable around the time South Africa

rid itself of Apartheid and became better integrated with East Africa).

Incidentally, those were the heady yars of chequebook diplomacy,

with both China and Tiewan shooting themselves in their feet by

spending enormous amounts of money to buy African loyalties

and friendships  





Dated: 2010-8-17 13:12
Chinese look like albinos among Africans! The more so as they probably

wear hard hats to protect themselves from falling coconuts - unwittingly

covering their BLACK hair.




Dated:2011-3-7 04:44
Chinese cannot demand that Westerners believe everything Xinhua puts out, least

of all such self-serving fairy-tales as that which has it that China is the Africans'

best friend.

Why did 36'000 Chinese have to flee from the Libyan mobs? I am pretty certain

more Chinese will be sent packing under similar circumstances in Africa.
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Excerpt:

"China should be cautious of 'Net mercenaries'"


(Xinhua)  Updated: 2011-03-02 16:16


"Zhao Qizheng, spokesman for the annual session of the National Committee of the Chinese

People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), said here Wednesday."



China should be cautious about "Internet mercenaries", a group of people posting

comments online to manipulate public opinion
.


Some of them, backed by institutions for certain purposes, disguise

them as ordinary netizens and post comments in order to affect and

divert public opinion, or even disturb government policy-making
.

As being urgently pointed out by Mr Zhao:


It needs attention and alert from the government, and China lacks

legislation in this regard.
.


Note of Concern:

Judging from the quoted statements above, the apprehension tabled by Mr Zhao Qizheng, spokesman

for the annual session of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative

Conference on "Net Mercenaries", is indeed well founded as the case in point herewith clearly

illustrates. For China, this threat is real and the enactment of legislation required to combat

such malice is imminent, not to say the least!

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so why does CD pamper professional radical Islamic propagandists?


and why do they follow the advice of a British-borne hate-filled racist?
The Brotherhood of Knights of the Mystic Sea

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Post time 2011-3-10 09:53:21 |Display all floors

Reply #11 seneca's post

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Your present reactions confirmed my belief that all this while you were nothing

more than just prostituting yourself in China and for safe haven chose to hide under a

skirt. On top and above that, you are also a lose cannon without cojones!


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Reply #11 seneca's post

You must be high on drugs and hallucinating. If according to you, my rating is that low, I won't be around to
expose you and your agenda towards China. Your try of diverting from the main topic of discussion is
nothing more than pathetic. Now, the official classification of your type is, "Netizen Mercenary".
Of course, this is what you have been doing all along in China under the guise of teaching!

By the way, no answers to my questions?


........has asked me a question?
.

You need not act dumb and blind. I asked TWO(2) questions and NOT one. For your benefit, I shall repeat
the questions below.




My questions are:

1. Why and what were the White-men doing in Africa for more than 100 years?

2. Who turned the Black Africans into slaves?


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Post time 2011-3-11 10:07:26 |Display all floors
Originally posted by seneca on 2011-3-11 04:30:
Thread: China rejects accusation of 'colonialism' in Africa!


China still stands accused by ther international community of exploiting Africa to the detriment of

Africans,and the only 'defence' it has to offer is that the Whites did the same - though they did

id long before.




Excerpt:

"China should be cautious of 'Net mercenaries'"


(Xinhua)  Updated: 2011-03-02 16:16


"Zhao Qizheng, spokesman for the annual session of the National Committee of the Chinese

People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), said here Wednesday."



China should be cautious about "Internet mercenaries", a group of people posting

comments online to manipulate public opinion
.


Some of them, backed by institutions for certain purposes, disguise

them as ordinary netizens and post comments in order to affect and

divert public opinion, or even disturb government policy-making
.

As being urgently pointed out by Mr Zhao:


It needs attention and alert from the government, and China lacks

legislation in this regard.
.


Note of Concern:

It can be seen from the above quoted statement, the apprehension tabled by Mr Zhao Qizheng, spokesman

for the annual session of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative

Conference on "Net Mercenaries", is indeed well founded as the case in point herewith clearly

illustrates. For China, this threat is real and the enactment of legislation required to combat

such malice is imminent, not to say the least!


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