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Post time 2012-3-19 11:27:48 |Display all floors
saltandpepper Post time: 2012-3-19 00:51
First and utmost requirement is for you to be a real patriot.
Dedicated to help fulfill the sacred  ...

Is this out of the PRC handbook?

Here is what I agree with in what the PRC represents:

1) NO religion in the political party ( I read there was a Christian in the party, is this true?)
2) The common good of ALL people
3) Capitalism can exist, UNDER Communism
4) Be very careful on western financial influences
5) Committed to Peace
6) NO big business in the party (I read the party started letting in business men, is this true?)

Please correct me if these are the same "ideals" shared in the PRC

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Post time 2012-3-19 15:36:07 |Display all floors
messi30 Post time: 2012-3-18 15:18
Hahaha. Good reply to UYA

This guy confuse is confused



He must live in a bad fengshui house.

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Post time 2012-3-19 15:37:51 |Display all floors
UYA Post time: 2012-3-18 18:46
I don't understand why you bring another post to this tread. You asked me questions and I answered ...

Why?

Because your answer  is da bian.

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Post time 2012-3-19 15:47:09 |Display all floors
greatlady Post time: 2012-3-19 14:37
Why?

Because your answer  is da bian.

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How can one join the PRC; give up your own citizenship.
How can one join the CPC; possibly, give up your soul.
Who would want either? While I found China a good place to live and work, and Chinese people, on the whole, to be absolutely wonderful, I wouldn't exchange my NZ passport for a Chinese one and I'd never join the CPC. Don't get me wrong here, the last few leaders have done great things for China and her people and they are to be recognised for this but, joining the CPC, c'mon! I doubt foreigners can anyway and if this is possible, you would almost definitely be a propaganda tool and be excluded from many of the higher rungs within the party simply because you're a foreigner!

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Post time 2012-3-19 16:48:14 |Display all floors
This post was edited by St_George at 2012-3-19 16:49

Power corrupts; absolute power corrupts absolutely

I dont know if thats appropriate here but its the first thing that sprang to mind.

How do you know who's doing what if you dare not even ask the questions ?
Your own mind is a sacred enclosure into which nothing harmful can enter except by your permission. Arnold Bennett

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Post time 2012-3-19 17:45:56 |Display all floors
exportedkiwi Post time: 2012-3-19 15:47
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How can one join the PRC; give up your own citizenship.

Not so my anglo friend.......

There were (are) Americans who became part of the party, even in Mao's days.
haha...."give up my soul?"
I might of lost that being an American
The party can work. I share the "ideals".
The biggest weakness in the party is "corruption"(as President Hu stated)
But much has been done to correct this. I read 30,000 party members were investigated for this (that tells me they are serious).

Seriously.....
China is the future dude
America had its run and is "done".
China learned from her history and the Americans (good and bad).

Hey even my blood is "red"
(yours too)

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