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Quote:Its more spreaded out normally, but when they're preparing for war, then they'll concentrate.
Quote:Just think about it, whats the population of China, whats the population of Taiwan?
Quote:Just each Chinese in a China gives $10 in tax in coins, there's enough money to wipe out all the Taiwanese.
Quote:How? Would you let me demonstrate to you how a chinese peg a coin at someone's head to death?
Quote:Also, Taiwan and China are so close, sending troops in is a piece of cake, not to mention it'll only take hours even by ship and below an hour if by air.
Quote:Really, if China is really that desperate to take over Taiwan and if the Americans don't stick their dick in the way then the Taiwanese would either wait for death to arrive or welcome the army, they can try resist, but thats like pissing to save a bush fire
Quote:Well you sure are a dictionary(unless you really looked it up ), but what I mean by that is traitor for the Chinese, they are all Chinese after you know? Its just some people(make it many) wanting to be ignorant and not face the truth.
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Quote:Most wouldnt HAVE 10 dollars to give...
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Quote:Rudolph, welcome back~Dont bother talking to BEF, hes the new village idiot
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Quote:Heck, China isn't really communist any more either!
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Quote:It's a lot more complex that the 9 person Politburo. The government has many factions here and there. Politburo are just figureheads of these factions. The whole government is run by consensus making between these factions. For example, Hu Jin Tao faction and Jiang Zhemin faction (also called the Shanghai faction).
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Quote:"We support Commie to rule this country for the time being..."umm, do you even have a choice?
Quote:"You know communism is dead in China when you watch the TV. You get to watch a program of Communist propaganda, then watch it get interrupted every ten minutes by MTV like commercial breaks."I don't think being able to see lame ass music videos necessarily means a country isn't communist anymore, unless the videos were political in nature (like telling your commie leaders they're asholes). Maybe it's a slight move in the right direction, but by no means is communism completely dead in China.
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Quote:What is with this Rolling Stones censorship?
Quote:Stones tour censored in ChinaBEIJING, China (AP) -- The Chinese government has ordered the Rolling Stones to ax four of their best-known hits from their landmark mainland shows next month, a concert organizer has said Wednesday. The band, which is scheduled to perform in Shanghai April 1 and in Beijing April 4, will not be allowed to play "Brown Sugar," "Honky Tonk Woman," "Beast of Burden," or "Let's Spend the Night Together," Chen Jixin head of Beijing Time New Century Entertainment, a concert organizer behind the two China dates, said Wednesday. The four songs, all of which include sexual references, were originally cut from the mainland release of the band's "40 Licks" compilation album by China's culture ministry, Chen said. "Brown Sugar" refers to an interracial coupling. The album was released by EMI Records China earlier this year. It was the first Rolling Stones album to legally hit the China market; pirated Stones' CDs are widely available in Shanghai and Beijing. Chen said she didn't know why the government had banned the four songs. The Chinese Ministry of Culture said no one was immediately available for comment. Only songs on the officially released "40 Licks" album will be allowed during the China shows, Chen said. The mainland set changes will not be the first time the Stones have run afoul of censors. In 1967, the Rolling Stones appeared on "The Ed Sullivan Show" in the United States to sing "Let's Spend The Night Together." To satisfy censors, Mick Jagger sang "Let's spend some time together." When asked about the Beijing and Shanghai performance dates in Tokyo last week guitarist Keith Richards said: "It's about time they let us in." The band first applied to perform in China in the 1970s and was refused permission.
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