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Man pretended as handicapped person to cheat money   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2013-12-16 06:33:25 |Display all floors
MisterPanda Post time: 2013-12-2 12:27
He looks poor, that doesn't make him poor.

I sold cards in the street when I was a student in ord ...

If you haven't been in China and you jolly well may not, I would agree with you and forgive.

True the man may not be poor as he looks but there are indeed many POOR people in China.

Like I said in my own experience, I had given to the man who pretended to be handicapped.  I was actually HAPPY for him that he was well and good.  I imagine I would still give it to him if he begs, but mentally (and I have to say this is a problem of all givers) we just need a justification.

Of course, if we need to EXPOSE to justify our givings, then I think we should not be giving to the big institutions like RED CROSS and the like.  They are not poor, merely represent the poor (I have no idea who or if they are proven).  So, where does that bring us ?


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Post time 2013-12-16 06:54:41 |Display all floors
whampoa Post time: 2013-12-15 14:15
I agree with you.

I am also such a victim and I doubt I will ever see my savings with my governm ...

China will not see the biggest cheats in the world as long as they stay on their current path.
They are entering the socialist stage of communism.
They would have to backslide into the doldrums of never ending capitalism, as the west is
experiencing, to see the really big social criminals and cheats.
Capitalism is proceduralized corruption.
If capitalism promotes innovation and creativity then why aren't scientists and artists the richest people in a capitalist nation?

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