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Kbay Post time: 2015-7-22 16:39
The Western democratic political system ensure the mass consensus voices can continue to commit thei ...

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Kbay Post time: 2015-7-22 19:28
We should all care, you dip stick!

You don't care about anything but your self turtle

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Kbay Post time: 2015-7-22 19:38
Not true!

I care for the Arabs in the NATO occupied countries of theirs.

You don't care for the Aboriginal peoples of Canada I noticed

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HailChina! Post time: 2015-7-21 12:39
We have had a lot of corruption in Australian politics lately but the government never takes it seri ...

The CPC is "proof" that corruption is rampant in all levels of officialdom as the arrest of Ling shows. Corruption convictions are almost weekly news in China, can you name any other country which has been shown to have such an ethically bankrupt political regime ? If all of the people in western countries feel as if they are being treated like "fools" then why don't they emigrate to the Communist paradise of China ? Aren't so many Hong Kongers very happy about the prejudiced form of 'democracy' being imposed on them by Beijing ? Why are the Taiwanese so slow in waiting to return to the bosom of the motherland ?

Undoubtedly because they fully understand what are the realities of living in a non-democratic country where the public only exists to be possible recruits to the one party oligarchy.

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Newtown Post time: 2015-7-22 22:35
The CPC is "proof" that corruption is rampant in all levels of officialdom as the arrest of Ling s ...

If there is dust under the carpet, it will remain unseen but it is still there. What China is doing now is to sweep under the carpet. I think it is better to do this than to let the dust remain there as many countries are doing--democratic or not.
Hong Kong and Taiwan have been under a different political system for such a long time it takes time to get familiar with China. That's all there is to it. There will be protests and there will be disagreements but who knows who the instigaters are? Do you?

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Newtown Post time: 2015-7-22 22:35
The CPC is "proof" that corruption is rampant in all levels of officialdom as the arrest of Ling s ...


Yes, there is rampant corruption, but we shouldn't blame the current regime; the system was left to rot under previous regimes which had no guts to go after the corrupt officials. The current regime under President Xi should be lauded for having the courage to clean up the Party; we should wish it every success!  It could have easily swept the problem under the carpet and pretend all is fine and dandy, but no, they tackled the problem head-on, under enormous threats from vested interests! It is no easy task going after the 'tigers and the flies', but someone has got to do the job, and it is good that Mr Xi as taken upon himself that unenviable task!

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