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Post time 2011-6-9 16:12:14 |Display all floors

once again Seneca you are wrong

The govt creates laws for ALL Citizens.

You have a choice --- if you follow the laws you will have a happy and long life.

If you run someone over -- then go back and stab someone 8 times to cover your tracks --- you get DEAD!.

Sorry -- end of discussion!

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Post time 2011-6-11 10:29:40 |Display all floors
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Post time 2011-6-11 20:42:55 |Display all floors
Unlike many Western countries where they honor crimes under the name of human rights, they allow crimes to  happen and try to figure it out why and how it happens, and the punish part will take forever to happen so  that there is no mistake in sentencing. As the results, criminals are everywhere. People are not afraid of committing crimes. It was said that in the west, good people have 8-12 hours a day, criminals have 24 hours a day.

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Post time 2011-6-11 22:06:32 |Display all floors
pls ask the girl father !!!
What's on your mind now........ooooooooooooooo la la....Kind Regards

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Post time 2011-6-12 03:18:09 |Display all floors

Billy Nguyen - China Legal System Is A Joke

Any ruling in China is injustice for a very simple reason – government writes laws, government makes laws, and government enforces laws.

Civilized countries all follow the similar legal framework to instill fairness in governing. If you write laws, you cannot make laws, if you make laws, you cannot enforce laws.  It is obvious that having systems like so would minimize unfairness and no one is above the laws.

In addition, defendants don’t have to prove to be not guilty.  The burden of proving someone guilty is on the plaintiffs. If you accuse someone breaking the laws, you must prove beyond reasonable doubts that defendants are guilty, and the guilty verdict must be arbitrarily rendered by jurors, not the judge, government officials, or law enforcers.

Civilization 101… it meant this is a very basic concept about being civil.

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Post time 2011-6-12 03:37:16 |Display all floors

Billy Nguyen - China Legal Systems Are A Joke

Any ruling in China is injustice for a very simple reason - govenment writes laws, government makes law, government enforces laws.

Civilized countries all follow the similar legal framework to instill check and balance, and fairness in governing. If you write laws. You cannot make laws. If you make laws. You cannot enforce laws. It is obvious that having check and balance framework would help minimize unfairness and no one is above the laws, even government.

In addition, defendants don't have to prove to be NOT GUILTY. The burden of proving someone guilty rests squarely on the plaintiffs. If you accuse someone breaking the laws.  You must prove beyond reasonable doubts the defendant is guilty and the guilty verdict must be arbitrarily rendered by JURORS, not judges, not government officials, or law enforcers.

Civilization 101 - Basic Foundation For Being Civil And Fair

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Post time 2011-6-12 16:35:56 |Display all floors

Seneca you noddy.

Quote Seneca: The old Confucian ethos has given way to a superficial adherence to time-honoured virtues compensated by stealth and duplicity that transcends all social boundaries.

Sorry mate -- you are an utter and complete tosser!. -- You must love looking at yourself in the mirror and seeing the halo above your head.

China is changing at a great pace -- but the poeple are not. The laws here are ok.........its just the people dont really care about the concequences until its too late............Well -- if you do the crime - you do the time..........and sometimes that means you end up DEAD!.

Think about writing dumbass before you write all your waffle!!!!!

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