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  1. alor

    alor Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    thought only American virus will kill Americans, better hide inside the blankets. as it turns out Chinese virus is not deadly, but scary ... the cats are fleeing, since their hooman are injecting the vaccines on them, poor kitties
    the bear vaccines never got a chance on the poor kitty
     
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    You need to work on your chinglish alor. Your as hard to understand as a chinese instruction manual translation from a $2 ebay electronic kit.
     
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    you can thank them for the virus. It exposed China and the US for what they really are, and the world needs to see it, be disgusted, and move on. Poor Hong Kong though.. Taiwan will fight better.
     
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    ok it's not just me finding him hard to understand. I thought maybe the 5G tower next to my place was starting to mess with my brain.

    Though i don't want to complain since his English is better than my Mandarin.
     
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    alor Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    can't help it, not my first language even 5.5 years down under, may be need to spent a few more years in the never never talking to the roos and wombats
     
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    To be honest I admire your persistence and dedication. If I was in your position, I would be so frustrated with all the wasted time and effort put into converting us "political infidels"
     
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    alor Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    its never about changing your own believes, you can believe whatever you wanted to, its your choice and rights, we always respect your individual choice and freedom
    but the presumption of me not willing to say certain things does not make me the one to carry the burden of proof etc
    frustration does not give me the solution
    the outcome of truth can set me free, those who seek will find it
     
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    mmm....shiney! Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    You've neither justified your position nor is it justifiable.

    That is clearly bullshit.

    He's winding back reform, has no interest in ethnic groups being liberated, is erecting barriers that increase the hardships faced by his people in both work and life and is on a course intent upon destroying China's prosperity.

    Deng understood what was in the best interest of the individual and set about a period of reform. Xi is an evangelical communist, willing to subordinate the interests of the individual to some flawed ideology that actively thwarts any advancement in the human condition.
     
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    alor Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    its no bull shit, you can choose to follow or reject... its your own choice,
    did anybody or jin force your mind to choose the wrong choice
    you made the choice and live with it

    you can have your opinions on this, since its another subject that follows
    I prefer to celebrate the freedom win first
     
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    mmm....shiney! Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Again, your position and the position of the CPC (and Marx et al) is completely unjustifiable.

    Communism ensures individuals never reach their full potential by reducing society to a collective. Like swarms of bees, schools of fish or flocks of sheep there is no room for excellence.

    When was the last time the Chinese invented anything?

    They can't because communism is regressive, whilst capitalism is progressive.
     
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    nah they would also quickly get tired of pro CCP bullshit
     
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    alor Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    the roo just jump out and hug me
    wombat using back kick, ouch
     
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    alor Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    we can see the tallest outdoors lifts there, my legs would be shaking using them... just too high and cold
    the fast trains, will not caused my head to spin, the slow train would knock into my head on my bed while sleeping, tik tok tik tok, the wheel hitting the steel (the sound) and for 9 hours hearing that same sounds ...
    you need to check out the copy rights registered
     
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    On the topic of innovation, Australians have invented the black box flight recorder, the cochlear implant, cervical cancer vaccine, polymer bank notes but more importantly the wine cask and Vegemite amongst a host of other things. I think most of those listed have occurred in the last 50 years or so.

    In contrast, the Chinese invented paper (about 2000 years ago), bricks (apparently about 6000 years ago), bulkheads say about 1000 years ago an goldfish domestication (maybe about 1800 years ago). Among a whole heap of other things that they haven't done for ages.I don't think they invented murder, but they had a perchance for breaking the bones of small girls and tying their feet. Oh and they also invented sparrow extermination. Needless to say that would never have been successful if there wren't a billion peasants armed with sticks and who, being fearful of getting shot by Mao's henchmen took to that task with relish. Probably kept the Great Famine at bay for another 6 months too.
     
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    Yep, and underneath are the houses and bones of the families that the bulldozers ploughed through to construct the buildings and roads and rail that the Chinese built copying Western innovation. Nice work communism. I can see why you're so proud. :cool:
     
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    When was the last time any communist country invented anything?
     
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    [QUOTE="mmm....shiney!, post: 1173846, member: 753".

    Communism ensures individuals never reach their full potential by reducing society to a collective. Like swarms of bees, schools of fish or flocks of sheep there is no room for excellence.

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    Not sure the comparison is apt. There's some real excellence and benefit in the collective behaviour of bees, fish and even sheep. I'd reckon the difference is the sacrifice of the individual is truly for the greater good rather than for a privileged elite.
     
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    wrong forum, you need to ask them live and direct
    our country does not practice the 10 planks of the manifesto
     
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    ^ he is insulting my bee friends, bee give him some needles next time he is outside
    fish, feed him some bones
    sheep please die on him like protesting on the field under the thunders, so he can not sell your freedom fur
     
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    Bees, fish and sheep don’t innovate. They never rise above the level that their instinct endowed them with.
     

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