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robert237 Post time: 2018-5-7 13:10
Ah, but you fail to mention the 44,193 suicide deaths in one year in that bastion of capitalism, t ...
fail to mention the 44,193 suicide deaths in one year in that bastion of capitalism, the USA.
More people have died due to bad prescription drugs approved by the FDA in the USA than have died in
coal mines in China.
Because we are debating Marx's legacy toward working classes and rights of workers, not the general population where your sample of 44,193 suicide deaths in USA come from.
Early on in this thread I reminded that celebrating May Day as worker's day originates from struggle that workers in USA went through much over 100 years ago.
Your working days in Silicon Valley would have been more tedious if it wasn't for US pioneers fighting for worker's rights long before communist China existed.
Why is it that you are so bent on denigrating China? Is it a mental problem or are you getting paid for this?
I want to point out flaws and do what I can to try get them corrected. As foreigner in China, there isn't much one can do toward that.
And why do I want to do any of that?
Because I live in China, work in China, have a business in China, and both my wife and child are Chinese.
Your line ends there, but mine does not. I have personal interest in future of this country, not only past.
I don't want China to repeat past mistakes, and I believe that understanding the past is best way to prevent that.