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Post time 2007-5-9 18:02:38 |Display all floors
Just to make you realize how stupid your first assertion is.
Not trying to be original, nor are you.
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Post time 2007-5-9 18:13:05 |Display all floors
Originally posted by wertynest at 2007-5-9 16:16
If we talk about delivering happiness and release frustrations, then the CCP is arguably the worst kind of government I can think about.
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Then you may get out of here... oh but you won't, because your livelihood depends on how Chinese works.

The three elements of the booming economy of Australia are : Australians, Australians, Australians.


The three elements of the booming economy of Australia are: Oil robbery in Timor, benefit from Iraq reconstruction, export to neighboring countries.

The three elements of the booming economy of China are : USA, rest of Asia and Europe.


The prime element French lost it competitive advantage: lazy.

It hurts, but I guess you'll get over it.
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Post time 2007-5-9 19:00:46 |Display all floors
lol... northwest.
Two words:
Pathetic, puppy.
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Post time 2007-5-9 19:08:21 |Display all floors
Originally posted by mengzhi at 2007-5-9 17:46
Emu, the question to ask is " Which government delivered more to the people ? " ...... This is done in quick time of 25 years !!...


Yeah, but the Communists have been in power for nearly 60 years.

So they cocked it up for most of the time they were in office with man made famines, cultural revolutions and great leaps backwards, and are now only starting to realise the errors of their ways, and you're congratulating them! Stunning.

Now, back to my original question, do you dare answer it?

Originally posted by emucentral at 2007-5-9 10:11
Which peoples have the greater choice in who governs and leads them,

Mainland China or Taiwan?
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Post time 2007-5-9 19:19:35 |Display all floors
Originally posted by mengzhi at 2007-5-9 19:59
French Fries anyone ?  ...


Haven't you got anything more original than that?

They're apparently a Belgian invention anyway, and it's really the Americans who use that term, I call them "chips" (no offence intended Werty).
The French have bequeathed a far more significant culinary legacy to humanity than deep fried potato strips (no offence intended to any Belgian readers, we'll acknowledge your significant contributions to the world of fermented grain products when we turn to the subject of beer).

Now Werty kindly attributed Australia's booming economy to Australians, and of course he is right in many respects. The economic policies of the hated Howard government have led Australia to improve its performance significantly.

Mengzhi credits Australia's success to China's buying of Australian sales of raw materials & other exports to China but doesn't acknowledge that China's boom can similarly be attributed to other countries buying China's exports. What a hypocritical arsehole!
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Post time 2007-5-9 19:30:52 |Display all floors
Originally posted by wertynest at 2007-5-9 19:00
lol... northwest.
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Pathetic, puppy.


Yeah, you lose competitiveness to dilligent Chinese workers, then complaining about Chinese government.

You lose the arguments here, then resort to cursing and screaming.
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Post time 2007-5-9 19:33:05 |Display all floors
Originally posted by emucentral at 2007-5-9 19:19
The economic policies of the hated Howard government have led Australia to improve its performance significantly....


You also know he's hated? Daylight robbery of Timorese oil, nasty imperialist economic policy.

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