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Post time 2011-8-4 11:43:59 |Display all floors
Originally posted by DanseMacabre at 2011-8-4 09:17
Apparently, five "strongmen" went to the place and smeared the monument before being turned away by the police....

Monument of Japanese invaders

1. Where is the investment of the Momument, the land cost, and the facilities from?
Is it from Chinese government or from Japanese government? is it from a group of Chinese or a group of Japanse?

If it was from Chinese government, do Chinese agree with this investment? Do Ordinary Chinese have to right to express their opinions and have the legal rights to support or oppose?

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I guess the investment was from Chinese government. Many Ordinary Chinese disagree with the investment. But Ordinary Chinese can only accept and have no legal rights to protest and sack the relevant CPC party members and government officials.
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Post time 2011-8-4 11:58:55 |Display all floors
A Chinese safeguarded Chinese territory and Chinese national benefits in the war against Japanese invasion.

Now, that Chinese is a national criminal in mainland China. Only because that Chinese was a KMT member and fought against CPC in the civil war.  

One of them is the famous Zhang Lingpu.

We know a lot of this "bad criminal" from our textbooks.


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A Chinese safeguarded Chinese territory and Chinese national benefits in the war against Japanese invasion.

Now, that Chinese is a Chinese in poverty. Only because he was not a CPC member.

One of them is a 91-year-old senior Chinese, Yang Yangzheng.

(We know a lot of the battle in Shanghai of 1937. Yang Yangzheng was one of the Chinese soldier.)

After he asked some of extra pension from government, CPC members and government officials in Sichuan province told him to go to Taiwan and to look for KMT to get policies.


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We know that Japan built monuments to show respect to their heroes. Where were our Chinese heroes? Who care about them? Is a momunent for our Chinese heroes?

Do the present CPC members and government officials care about only the internal political fights? They hate some of Chinese more than foreign invaders?

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A sad story about our Chinese heroes

source: a newspaper in Guangzhou, Guangdong province.

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A Chinese national hero: Zhang Lingpu

A "criminal" in our textbooks.

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Zhao Shangzhi

He had been the Chinese United Army Commanders in Northeast during the war.

He was killed by Japanese in 1942

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When his descendants asked to build a monument for Zhao Shangzhi, a national Hero, in Hei Long province.

The local CPC committee and government in Hei Long province refused even though the hero's descendants provided the building cost.

At last, the government of the hero's hometown build a momunet in Chaoyang, Liaoning province.

Now, the governmment in Hei Long province build a monument for Japanese invaders with tax payers' money.
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Post time 2011-8-5 09:24:59 |Display all floors
Originally posted by 468259058 at 2011-8-5 09:21
Zhao Shangzhi

He had been the Chinese United Army Commanders in Northeast during the war.

He was killed by Japanese in 1942

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When his descendants asked to build a monumen ...



And now the local government is talking about teaching the posterity about history and how they could avoid the pitfalls that have befallen the two countries.

Bullsh*t.
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If a local government in France refused to build a momunent for a French hero, even the building cost provided by descedants of our national heroes,

If, the same time, the local govenment built a monument for Nazi Germans, even the building cost from tax payers,

If the local government permitted only Germans, none of French, to get access to that monument for Nazi Germans,

What would French people do?

Would French people ask the court judges sentence local government officials to death penalty?


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But in mainland China, Chinese citizens can do nothing.

The descedants of our national heroes, such as Yang JingYu, Zhao Yiman, Zhao Shangzhi, can only send protests to local government.  

Those CPC party members and local government officials in Hei Long province still enjoy their luxurious government building, luxurious government cars, luxurious government dinners, ....
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