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Post time 2017-10-30 11:51:23 |Display all floors
Liononthehunt Post time: 2017-10-30 11:44
The Chinese have already ousted the emperor 100 years ago, while many western countries are still  ...

Emperor Zi Janping is an Emperor.  An Emperor is one that is not elected, but hand-picked by a predecessor.  

Therefore, you did not get rid of the Emperor system.  People didn't get to vote for Zi Janping.  He has absolute power, and you, a Chinese citizen, can't vote against him, or even for him.  You are told to shut your mouth or face prison and torture re-education camps.  



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Post time 2017-10-30 12:16:31 |Display all floors
StudentInUSA Post time: 2017-10-30 11:51
Emperor Zi Janping is an Emperor.  An Emperor is one that is not elected, but hand-picked by a pre ...

Emperor system is hereditary, as opposed to hand-picking by predecessors. Sophomoric student-in-USA.
You think partisan politics is fair and square? Think again, House of Card tells all about the inner workings of it. Hitler was elected by clueless voters, who would not only shut you up once in power, but also kill you.

Believe it or not, it's true.

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Post time 2017-10-30 12:24:02 |Display all floors
Liononthehunt Post time: 2017-10-30 12:16
Emperor system is hereditary, as opposed to hand-picking by predecessors. Sophomoric student-in-US ...

What I've noticed is that Chinese have a genetic propensity to want to be children forever.  They are terrified of having a say in their own laws.  Think about that: Chinese citizens want a god-like Emperor to make all the laws dictating every aspect of their lives, even what they can say, read, watch, and learn, and they are absolutely petrified about having to decide, or have a say, in what even one of those laws should be.  They want a permanent father-like figure who rules them and watches over them, tucks them into bed, kisses them good night.  This is genetic propensity of the Chinese gene pool.  It's not "better" or "worse" than any other gene pool; rather, it just is.  Evolution has no notions of morality, it just rewards systems that lead to more reproductive success.  So, enjoy your China.

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Post time 2017-10-30 13:52:02 |Display all floors
Liononthehunt Post time: 2017-10-30 12:16
Emperor system is hereditary, as opposed to hand-picking by predecessors. Sophomoric student-in-US ...

Oh yeah, I forgot to respond: yes, what you say is true as well; Western goyim also really have no choice, but are under the illusion that they do.  First, with a median IQ of only 100, they can't even understand what they are voting for, who has all the influence, or who is lying to them or telling the truth.  The West is like the movie "Idiocracy," where genetic morons vote for things they don't even understand, nor do they even understand their own behaviors and motivations and what drives them or their elites.

But, this does not change the fact that China is also genetically messed up and have a very inegalitarian system where their is a extremely massive magnitude of difference in power between the citizens and the Emperor.  Chinese has evolved over the millenia to accept this level of inegalitarianism and be happy with it.  Not my cup of tea, but then, it's not my country either; China can be whatever they want.

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Post time 2017-11-10 23:44:48 |Display all floors
Liononthehunt Post time: 2017-3-21 13:06
The same as in the US where ppl could get shot and killed in a bout of road rage,  which undeniabl ...

Nope.  Only in China.

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Post time 2017-11-10 23:56:46 |Display all floors
TabithaWong Post time: 2017-11-10 23:44
Nope.  Only in China.

A liar you are.
Believe it or not, it's true.

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