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Post time 2011-12-9 09:28:16 |Display all floors
468259058 Post time: 2011-12-9 08:53
The turmoil would come, if mainland Chinese can buy guns (Pistols) as easily as what in U.S.A.
It ...

uhm,

With your present Society I guess it would not only mean the turmoil,
but also the end of any need for population control shortly later.
Not saying that would not be a good thing.
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Post time 2011-12-9 10:43:44 |Display all floors
The talking point should goes to the people just watching. They could find some hard objects like stones or water bottle to throw on the man if it's dangerous to come near him.
Doing nothing to help the victim is as insane as the crazy guy. They don't have empathy. Watchers letting violence to go on in society at the end the violence comes to them one day then no one help.

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Post time 2011-12-9 10:52:19 |Display all floors
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I partialy agree with you and I stated it above but still......if you look at the video you will notice that the whole agression takes more than 5 minutes and in that time not one single polcie patrol appears, whether they were called or not is un-known, but in a busy street like that one it seems pretty obvious that either a cop or even a polcie station should be near.

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Post time 2011-12-9 12:48:31 |Display all floors
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longzhou Post time: 2011-12-9 10:52
#35
I partialy agree with you and I stated it above but still......if you look at the video you will ...


The only one experience that I Call "110" -the police emergency number- for help:

When I were walking in a bustling street in a city of Liaoning province, one guy suddenly grabbed me and accused me that I had knocked another guy down. That guy asked me to compensate for the loss.

That guy threatened to beat me after my explain and my refusal. Of course I called the "110" right away. However, that guy fled away when I were calling the "110" and told him I know some Leaders in that city (actually, I know none of leaders).

In telephone, "110" police asked me whether I lost anything or not after I reported a half of my story. The "110" police warned me to be alert in that city and refused to come to the scene after I answered that I lost nothing.
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Post time 2011-12-9 12:51:39 |Display all floors
468259058 Post time: 2011-12-9 12:48
The only one experience that I Call "110" -the police emergency number- for help:

When I were wal ...

I find the reactio of the 110 operator to be normal, no ofense. If you actually didn't lose anything or was not hurt phisicaly, it makes little sense to dispatch a patrol there, since the culprits had already fled the place.

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Post time 2011-12-9 12:54:42 |Display all floors
longzhou Post time: 2011-12-9 12:51
I find the reactio of the 110 operator to be normal, no ofense. If you actually didn't lose anythi ...

Maybe right you are.

I don't know the rules and customs of the patrol police, though some of my former colleagues are cops.


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Post time 2011-12-10 11:35:34 |Display all floors
seneca Post time: 2011-12-10 11:29
Well, but "bastards" get born by normal, regular humane mothers. So the question arises: What has  ...

They have to prevent alien parasites and ungrateful losers fathering a newborn.

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