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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    the rest of the board can see
    You and your regime love these unfounded lies.

    A link to the results, of the "inclusive" TD poll, would substantiate your nonsense. A regime members vote record even.



    Quote Originally Posted by Saint Willy View Post
    Mmm doesn’t ohno do that every day?
    hallelujah and his regime members certainly call to stifle free speech and isolation at every dissenting opportunity.

    Inclusive adult conversation or wannabe school yard thug's demands.

    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    I could be wrong but doubt TD has a single ethnic Chinese member
    Some here have made unfounded accusations. To illustrate/strengthen their racist outlook/credentials to their regime cohort.

    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    But China is a one party state.
    Whose members vote in elections for the leadership. Whether tainted voting machines or an Electoral College are involved is not discussed.

    Possibly a thread subject, Sabang?

    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    biggest trade partner.
    As some are well aware, the importers make great profits and their purchaser make a "great deal" every month when they purchase.

    WIN, WIN, WIN, WIN.
    A tray full of GOLD is not worth a moment in time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    Do you believe the Chinese people should be poor?
    The right question to ask is: "Was is wrong to have wasted billions of dollars on foreign aid to China?" (and still wasting).

    Now that should answer your first question and we can now dumb this communist propaganda thread in the Dog House. Wuff Wuff!

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    Originally Posted by Klondyke
    And the leader who brought the Republic there was many times democratically elected, being...
    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    You are aware, however, of the free elections in Taiwan for decades? No?
    Admitted, if somebody is so good to be elected for 46 years, it really has to be by "free elections for decades"... Any doubt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post

    Oh dear, I have had to quote a westerner who's on the chinky payroll again.

    FTFY.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    hallelujah and his regime members certainly call to stifle free speech and isolation at every dissenting opportunity.

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    Says the CCP stooge.



    That sound you've just heard was the TD irony meter exploding.

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    Well, I'll certainly be forthcoming with more 'commie propaganda' when I come across what I consider a decent, thought provoking article. Don't see the point of getting repetitive in this thread (unlike certain of our 'esteemed members'). Some of you guys bear a remarkable resemblance to Maoists, y'know. You should get a room- enjoy a nice 'Struggle session' together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    Well, I'll certainly be forthcoming with more 'commie propaganda' when I come across what I consider a decent, thought provoking article.
    That's the problem with you. You can't tell the difference between a propaganda piece and a "decent, thought provoking article".

    The shit is designed specifically for gullible people like yourself.

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    All lubed up 'arry? Your soulmates the Maoists are ready and waiting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    All lubed up 'arry? Your soulmates the Maoists are ready and waiting.
    Sabang, why didn't you just call it the Chinese propaganda thread? That way we can pop in and amuse ourselves at will, but to suggest that it was ever going to be "thought provoking" is just nonsense and deserves ridicule.

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    What's the difference? To you the 'View from China', any view, is just propaganda anyway- regardless of it's content. Very Maoist actually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    What's the difference? To you the 'View from China', any view, is just propaganda anyway- regardless of it's content. Very Maoist actually.
    Let's hear the view of the average person on the street who isn't scared of speaking honestly and giving their opinion about life in China. That shouldn't be too hard to find, should it?

    Oh.

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    Over the past year, international media reports on Chinese politics frequently centred around the oppression of minorities, public surveillance measures, and China’s increasingly aggressive stance on the international stage. Common headline stories included forced labour in Xinjiang, the incremental removal of liberal democratic rights in Hong Kong, and increasingly frequent shows of force in the Taiwan Strait or the South China Sea with what is now the world’s largest navy. The non-democratic regime in Beijing has increased its grip on the Chinese population as technology has improved, making surveillance, censorship, and the notorious social credit system increasingly efficient. However, while in Western democracies such an authoritarian government would be seen as unacceptable, public support for the Chinese government’s autocratic measures remains strong.

    Independent surveys and research have confirmed this trend, and so it is imperative to understand why the Chinese government maintains strong support from the populace, with approval ratings commonly well above what Western democracies could only hope to achieve. According to the Edelman Global Trust Barometer of 2020, the Chinese government enjoyed the trust of 90% of its citizens – the highest level in the world. The governments of Germany, the U.S., and the U.K. only received 45%, 39%, and 36% of trust, respectively. Another long-term Harvard study found the approval rating of the Chinese central government at 95%. To understand why the average Chinese citizen is so content with their leadership, one has to recognize the success of its domestic policies in recent decades.

    Democratic Support Without Democracy: Explaining the Popularity of the Chinese Government - Polemics (polemics-magazine.com)


    Oh look, now Harvard has gone commie too. Does that answer your question?

    You can always peruse the rest of the article, if you want to find some inexplicable reasons why.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    To understand why the average Chinese citizen is so content with their leadership, one has to recognize that to say otherwise would drop them right in the shit.

    FTFY.


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    Oh, I see- so just like the Crimean secession Referendum, the Syrian Presidential election, and the Venezuelan elections then 'arry.
    What a truly great Maoist you are. Never let anything inconvenient like evidence and facts sully your ideological purity, Comrade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    Let's hear the view of the average person on the street who isn't scared of speaking honestly and giving their opinion about life in China. That shouldn't be too hard to find, should it?

    Oh.
    Any update on this, sabs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    Oh, I see- so just like the Crimean secession Referendum, the Syrian Presidential election, and the Venezuelan elections then 'arry.
    Yep, only a loon like you and your other retard club members would sign off on that shit.

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    Only post #112, above hal. Yes, the average China Joe is overall happy with his government- overwhelmingly so. But I'd certainly lurv to know a bit more about what his/ her gripes might be. I mean, being happy with your gov't is not quite the same as saying "Everything is perfect". Surely the Wongs do not think they live in the ultimate Utopia- there must be some gripes, some things on their wish list?

    If I come across something meaningful I will most certainly post it here. No average China Joes around here though.



    ^ Of course, and Harvard are a bunch of commies, and the average Chinese person does not like their gov't at all- they were told to say so, or no rice bowl for the next few days. Ya crack me up snubs, almost as much as the 'arry himself.


    Anyway, another good loyal Maoist has turned up, so guess what-

    'arry
    hal
    htg
    snubs

    Presto- now we've got the Gang of Four!! How history repeats.
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    Whao Nelly the anti democracy dunce crap is triggered

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    Sabs has gone full OhNo/Klondick.

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    And so has Harvard, apparently. Start a new Cultural Revolution my G4 Comrades!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    And so has Harvard, apparently. Start a new Cultural Revolution my G4 Comrades!!
    I find it truly astonishing that these surveys find that the people are soooooooooooo happy with the government in a one party state when the consequences of not being happy with the sole electorable party mean that you will probably never ever be able to participate in one of these surveys again.

    Weird that, innit?

    Any luck in getting the average Joe to speak on camera about their true feelings yet?

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    Dunno- go ask these folks Comrade.

    According to the Edelman Global Trust Barometer of 2020, the Chinese government enjoyed the trust of 90% of its citizens – the highest level in the world. The governments of Germany, the U.S., and the U.K. only received 45%, 39%, and 36% of trust, respectively. Another long-term Harvard study found the approval rating of the Chinese central government at 95%.

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    So, that's a no then.

    Thanks KlondOhNo.

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    I actually do hope there are some Chinese people reading this thread. They must be pissing themselves with laughter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    I actually do hope there are some Chinese people reading this thread. They must be pissing themselves with laughter.
    That's certainly what the rest of us are doing.

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