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Post time 2011-7-18 08:04:47 |Display all floors
Originally posted by GreedyHyena at 2011-7-18 04:16
Originally posted by liuyedao at 2011-7-17 22:22
Also my sympathy to the Phillipines.
It's not their fault for being Catholics, for the Vatican clowns "didn't" force them to be so.

Originally posted by GreedyHyena at 2011-7-18 04:16
At least the Filipinos "know" what they are.
Chinese people do not even know if they communists or capitalists. .


Each of them is a lot different from the original one.
Chinese Buddhists is a lot different from the Buddhists in Northern India and Nepal.
Chinese I-s-l-a-m-i-s-t-s represented by Hui ethnic group is a lot different from I-s-l-a-m-i-s-t-s in Middle East.
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Usually, each of them was the combination of traditional Chinese culture and the original theory.
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Post time 2011-7-18 08:25:13 |Display all floors
Originally posted by seneca at 2011-7-18 08:10
"Barbarism"? Just because these dynasties were in themain represented by non-Han peoples? You Chinese are oh so fashionably racist!

You often judged Chinese behaviors from the knowledge of European history.
In the past,
Powerful European people killed native American people, so Han Chinese must have killed native people in some other area.
Powerful European ....
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heheehe...not because represented by ...

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Tens of millions of Chinese were killed in those 2 dynasty.

Where are seneca from?

What would happen if more than 10 million people were killed in seneca's hometown?

Would your nation disappear after such kind of genocides?

After skin disppeared, how can hairs exist?

After your people were killed, how can civlization exist?
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Post time 2011-7-18 08:26:43 |Display all floors
Originally posted by 468259058 at 2011-7-18 07:19
The decay of Chinese civilization started from 1200s. Yuan Dynasty (1271~1368) and Qing Dynasty (1636~1911) were kind of the periods of barbarism in Chinese long history. Millions of Chinese were killed. The advancement of civilization was halted. Many achievements disappeared. It was the first time in history that Han Chinese was at the lowest social status among Races (Ethic groups) in Chinese official laws.  ...
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Post time 2011-7-18 08:42:11 |Display all floors
For example: the case of Yangzhou

In 1645, Nearly 1 millions of Chinese had been killed in Yang Zhou city during 10 days.
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Post time 2011-7-18 09:14:22 |Display all floors
Originally posted by seneca at 2011-7-18 08:47
...as well as a major spammer..
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Post time 2011-7-18 09:22:55 |Display all floors
Just after WW1, Japan raised the topic of "Race Equality" while European countries represented by U.K and France avoided the topic "Race".

Were Japanese racists?
Were neither British nor French racists?

Martin Luther King raised the topic of "Race Equality" - the equality between the Black and the White.
Was Martin Luther King a racist?

In Seneca's logic, the answer is "yes", isn't it?


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People who raised the topic of "Race Equality" are not Racists.
People who ignored the topic of "Race Equality" are probably the social superiors in the existing game rules.
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