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Democracy is not the urgent need of China's middle class [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2010-4-1 02:22:12 |Display all floors

kokoo world to have kokoo brains...

now that's the kokoo i'm talkabout  

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Post time 2010-4-1 03:47:40 |Display all floors
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Post time 2010-4-1 08:21:42 |Display all floors
Im surprised as little as 5000 RMB per month qualifies as middle class especially with housing costs as they are now.

Except for extraordinary circumstances like wars elections in democracies are won firstly on the strength of the economy. A large percentage of people only get interested if they've been hit in the pocket and many voters are ' swingers '-just vote for the party that seems to be the best able to tackle the problems at the time-expediency above principle.

Crudely put the average guy doesn't give a fcuk about anybody else.

As for China i suppose its OK if you keep your gob shut.

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Post time 2010-4-1 09:17:45 |Display all floors
The 153 miners trapped in the shanxi coat shaft is a perfect example of drama caused by lack of democracy. last interview show clearly that most of them knew the lack of security, and most of them are furious with this, but they have no word to say because in such place, a worker have no right. And it is more disgusting to see the last video showing all these officials and cops who are there more to prevent a riot than to save 153 lives.

A terrible example of lack of democracy.

So please, all those who are living in rich cities of east china, dont decide for other if they need or not democracy. Or just try to live two or three day the life of a miner, a mingong, a old people spolied from its land, a non han people who must go to police apply before can using internet, a worker living in a factory with condition worst than soldier...and so many examples.

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Post time 2010-4-1 11:49:10 |Display all floors
Originally posted by seneca at 2010-4-1 08:22


  1. If people are dissatisfied with their rulers' performance they start rebellions and revolts, and that is currently happening all overChina.
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Which China are you talking about? The one in your imagination? How about a reality check?

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Post time 2010-4-1 14:36:39 |Display all floors
Originally posted by rockmybaby at 2010-3-31 21:04
Sure, I agree

Democracy is not urgent, can be delayed for another 5000 years.



at least, democracy can only be implemented when the time is ripe.
you can see the disaster of democracy in Iraq, Afganistan and some African nations

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