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Post time 2015-3-15 02:28:38 |Display all floors
Incedius420 Post time: 2015-3-14 23:14
I'm happy to bow down before my masters of the CCCP.

You should bow as all serfs bow





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Post time 2015-3-15 02:39:17 |Display all floors
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Revolutionar Post time: 2015-3-15 01:24
When it is all State rights no human rights........

Socialist China defines the right to food, housing, healthcare, welfare, retirement, education, employment, safety, security, culture, family, community, etc. as basic human rights of Chinese citizens. After 30 years of economic development, China has probably lifted more people out of poverty than what the Capitalist West has achieved in the last 500 years. And the reason is quite simple: Socialist China socializes its national wealth while the Capitalist West accumulates its private wealth. In the former, Socialism benefits the people; in the latter, the Capitalists profit not the people. Indeed, the Capitalist West entered the worst crisis in its economic history during the Great Depression. That was after the Capitalist Class had amassed its greatest fortunes in world history when Capitalism peaked during the Roaring 20s.

History is repeating itself...in the 21st century.

The Capitalist West has now entered its crisis stage during which the contradiction between the political system of popular Democracy conflicts with the economic system of predatory Capitalism. In an economic system organized for the sole purpose of allowing the Capitalist Class to accumulate as much private wealth as possible, human rights, freedom and democracy turn into empty slogans akin to false advertising.

If there is one country that has achieved the Spirit of the Declaration of Independence of the United States of America, that country would be the People's Republic of China:

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.

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Post time 2015-3-15 04:17:16 |Display all floors
sfphoto Post time: 2015-3-15 02:39
Socialist China defines the right to food, housing, healthcare, welfare, retirement, education, emp ...

You silly head


Did you see any Chinese suffer any where in the world?


Only in China.


Any where else, the Chinese are doing well......very well indeed.




One can say.....China had a little bit of success in spite of the government......not because of the government.



If you really want to know the true potential of China with a better government.....you just need to look at Taiwan, South Korea and Japan.




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Post time 2015-3-15 18:55:47 |Display all floors
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Revolutionar Post time: 2015-3-15 04:17
You silly headIf you really want to know the true potential of China with a better government.....you just need to look at Taiwan, South Korea and Japan.

Taiwan?

After losing the Chinese Civil War to the CCP, Chiang Kai-shek and the KMT fled to Taiwan. During his reign on the mainland, Chiang tried to co-opt the Capitalist Class within the KMT by appeasing them which led to his estrangement from the people. Learning from his political failure in the mainland, Chiang vowed never to repeat the same mistake again in Taiwan. Inheriting an island province full of Japanese collaborators (including Lee Teng-hui), Chiang did away with Democracy altogether by imposing Martial Law. He went on to arrest and suppress any and all political opposition to his dictatorial rule. After achieving political stability and social order, Chiang then proceeded to implement much-needed economic reforms in Taiwan such as STATE-MANDATED LAND REFORM; STATE-LED ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT; STATE-LED INDUSTRIALIZATION.

After Chiang's death, Chiang Ching-kuo continued his father's legacy by investing in higher education, high-technology R&D and high-tech industrialization. In less than 50 years, Taiwan turned from a peasant backwater into a high-tech powerhouse without the benefit of Democracy.

In other words, the Chiangs succeeded in Taiwan because 1) they did away with Democracy which failed miserably in the mainland; and 2) they curbed the power of the Capitalists who had opposed economic reforms such as land reform which were long overdue in China. Westerners like to credit Taiwan's economic success to its adoption of Western-style Multi-Party Democracy after the Chen Shui-bian became the President of the Republic of China (Taiwan) in 2000. But Taiwan was already a high-tech powerhouse by that time. Indeed, Taiwan's case is a prime example of the EAST ASIAN model of STATE CAPITALISM. Another example is the case of Singapore whose Founding Father, Lee Kuan Yew, is on record as opposing Western-style Democracy for East Asia.

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Post time 2015-3-15 19:54:58 |Display all floors
sfphoto Post time: 2015-3-15 18:55
Taiwan?

After losing the Chinese Civil War to the CCP, Chiang Kai-shek and the KMT fled to Taiwan. ...

Taiwan , yes.

every visitor to Taiwan is well impressed how civilized , how friendly, and how well run is the place....and Taiwan has a well functioning democracy.


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