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seneca Post time: 2015-4-16 10:51
Sycophants like you never live a long life in China; all of them come to a tragic man-made end. ...
I seek no favor, ask no reward, so how can I be a sycophant? But a pathological liar who even changes history to suit the tastes of his payroll master, attacking China for everything, including its impeccable campaign against corruption (including foreign-instigated corruption), can at best be a sycophant, and at worst, a worm, or parasite. At any rate, you are too small a worm for China to pay attention to.
Xi should be praised for his relentless effort at rooting out corruption where his predecessors have not dared to tread, which is within the turfs of the military and security branches of the government.
Xi is a man of principle, courage and vision. China is extremely fortunate to have such a leader at this time, especially when China is being coerced into defending her sovereignty under constant provocation by the same Imperial Japanese war-criminal-worshippers trying to begin another chapter of invasion of China, starting where it all began, at Diaoyudao, in 1894, just before the signing of the forced Treaty of Shimonoseki, authored by Japan's favorite Chinese official, Li Hongzhang.