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Why do the Chinese trust their government?   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2018-3-13 21:45:24 |Display all floors
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seneca Post time: 2018-3-12 20:52
What? Do you know what you were saying???

You trust the Party more than you trust your own mothe ...

It could possibly be because of your presence that makes her lose faith in human beings' integrity.
Truths always pack a punch.

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okra Post time: 2018-3-12 11:43
It is important President Xi be given full support ahead.

After all, corruption sank the KMT admi ...
common sense with Chinese characteristics


Now THAT'S an oxymoron.
Stupid people are like Glowsticks. You want to snap them in half and shake the crap out of them until they see the light.
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ceciliazhang Post time: 2018-3-12 14:33
I couldn't agree with you more. It is not the form of government but rather the acts of government ...

Exactly.

Many will point their finger toward authoritarian, human rights and democracy. Really, how much does each of these weight in real terms. Nothing.

One good example is the country that always claim to be land of the free. Just look at the statistics that this country produce, a deadly shooting often happens, murders, legalized to take drugs, a death every 5 minute due to the ascending causes and they tell the world they are the freest society.

This is not what China or any Asian society would want and if you have to be authoritarian then so be it. It is good that Donald Trump realize the drugs problem in US. As he put it if a drugs dealer is caught he don't even go to jail and if jail term is applied the most is a week or two in jail. At the life term of a drug dealer, he would probably killed 5,000 Americans in its course and breakup countless families and their lives goes into astray all because of one.

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ArkOne Post time: 2018-3-15 08:27
Exactly.

Many will point their finger toward authoritarian, human rights and democracy. Really, h ...

You are hugely biased and undereducated, apparently.

Human rights do matter, especially to law-abiding and honest people the world over. You may have a moral justification for removing human rights from social dregs, outcasts, law-breakers etc.; you can say that scofflaws force a ruler to become authoritarian. But if there is an understanding between the governed and the governing then no authoritarianism is necessary and every citizen's human rights should matter. One can therefore only wonder why China is not in a situation in which such an understanding between the governed and the governing shows.

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Post time 2018-3-17 16:21:23 |Display all floors
It is an easy choice to make between a government that leads a country to go from strength to strength, and a government, though elected to power, that mucks up everything.
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Post time 2018-3-21 10:10:58 |Display all floors
Clearly, there should be no mercy for drug dealers.

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Post time 2018-3-21 11:46:31 |Display all floors

I'm Chinese, but I don't trust any governments and media outlets.

People's mind can be easily manipulated via propaganda, and other ways of brainwashing.

Don't buy those what the governments and the media feed you.

In the West, media is under the control of the rich. Government is under the control of the rich.

In China, media is in the grip of the government.

They decide what they want to make people believed.





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