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Post time 2011-10-18 11:37:13 |Display all floors

All his supporter in the US are anti abortion nuts and Christian organizations

Sounds like he is trying to spread the Christian agenda in China.
I sure don't support him.
China would do well to stop the spread of Christianity. It is a cancer that holds back human progress.

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Post time 2011-10-18 11:48:58 |Display all floors

Christians are told to...

Originally posted by robert237 at 2011-10-18 11:37
Sounds like he is trying to spread the Christian agenda in China.
I sure don't support him.
China would do well to stop the spread of Christianity. It is a cancer that holds back human progress.

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Love everyone
Love God
Honour parents
Feed the hungry
Forgive
If slapped on the left cheek, turn the right cheek also ( Do not revenge)
Care for the widow and orphans
Obey the laws of the government
Do not talk bad things about the rulers

How is Christianity bad? It is a gentle religion.That's what the religion teach.
9/11 was an outside job

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Post time 2011-10-18 12:00:03 |Display all floors
Originally posted by PopularStar at 2011-10-18 11:48
Love everyone
Love God
Honour parents
Feed the hungry
Forgive
If slapped on the left cheek, turn the right cheek also ( Do not revenge)
Care for the widow and orphans
Obey the laws of ...
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The best example is the Middle-Ages in Europe where Catholics fought Protestants (both Christians) over the equivalent of which end to open an egg ...........

When they went into battle they both prayed to the same God to help them kill the enemy ..........  


One third of the German population died in this little dust-up ................     

A believer in anything is usually most likely not to follow their stated ideals in order to force others to follow them into those same ideals  ............


       


Oh .........

Think about the Taiping Rebellion China and Jesus's little brother .........

60 million dead ............     

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Post time 2011-10-18 12:03:30 |Display all floors
A believer in anything is usually most likely not to follow their stated ideals in order to force others to follow them into those same ideals  ............

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Are you referring to Marxist, Leninist, Maoist, and above all, communist?
We are all prisoners of our own device.

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Post time 2011-10-18 12:11:23 |Display all floors
Originally posted by DanseMacabre at 2011-10-18 12:03
A believer in anything is usually most likely not to follow their stated ideals in order to force others to follow them into those same ideals  ............
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Probably the United States and the export of their political system ..........   


I see you try to change the topic from religion to politics .........


Interesting ...........

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Post time 2011-10-18 12:17:54 |Display all floors
Originally posted by robert237 at 2011-10-18 11:37
Sounds like he is trying to spread the Christian agenda in China.
I sure don't support him.
China would do well to stop the spread of Christianity. It is a cancer that holds back human progress.

Why you think that? Have you tried to find information about him?
I think it's about what he had done in Linyi, Shandong for the people suffered unfairness.
Read this
http://www.wyzxsx.com/Article/Class17/200509/3023_2.html

Now that more Chinese know about Chen Guangcheng, for his benefit, the Christians and foreigners have better stay away from his affair, otherwise the paranoid guys or the bad guys will have reasons to frame him as Christianity spreader or traitor.

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Post time 2011-10-18 12:45:30 |Display all floors

who turns a village into a pressure cooker--the officers of Linyi

Don't turn a village into a pressure cooker
Global Times | October 12, 2011 01:08
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Blind lawyer Chen Guangcheng is attracting more attention from a small group of observers. A few opinion leaders at home and abroad are pushing for more people to visit him. On the Internet, various possible scenarios concerning such visits have been circulated.



Like similar spurts of action surrounding sensitive issues, speculation arises when clarification from relevant authorities is missing. As concerns accumulate, the local government of Linyi should release more information concerning Chen's situation. Blocking information and hoping the inquiries go away will only lead to worse consequences.

According to media reports, Chen, a local activist for people who are treated unfairly under the family-planning policy, has been under house arrest in Linyi, Shandong Province since September last year. It is reported that both individuals and media were prevented from visiting him by local authorities. Whether this is true and whether such measures are legal, there needs to more reliable information released by local governments.

The city of Linyi is now shrouded in controversy. The claim that the treatment of Chen Guangchen has violated strict legal procedure and human rights standards may not be simply invented.

The family-planning policy has been carried out in many instances with poor judicial awareness. Strong enforcement measures would meet with resistance in some occasions.

The work by Chen to defend people's rights has to be put in context since the family-planning policy is indispensable for the country's overall economic growth.

The conflict in Linyi has more to do with local governance level than nationwide political worries. Judging a specific rural area by the highest international human rights standards may be easy, but it hardly reflects reality.

A swarm of Western media outlets and human rights organizations are putting huge pressure on the local government which lacks experience in dealing with such matters.  Their overreaction should not be seen as a careful plan. Now the incident is attracting more attention and becomes more difficult to resolve.

What is important now perhaps is to depoliticize the issue. Liberated from the scorching scrutiny of media and human rights organizations, local governments might be given more room to settle matters.
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The above article have no points to support. The writer blame it to the outsiders. This Globaltime's article prompt my advice again: Now that more Chinese know about Chen Guangcheng, for his benefit, the Christians and foreigners have better stay away from his affair, otherwise the paranoid guys or the bad guys will have reasons to frame him as Christianity spreader or traitor.

Who depoliticize the issue first? Why people tried to visit him at home forbidden?
Chen had served over 4 years in prisons for disrupting traffic and destructing property. He should be free. Why local government use police, state security officers, and thugs to keep him illegal house arrest?
I didn't see a  swarm of Western media outlets but I read many in weibo in Chinese. Of course now many posts are deleted.

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