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No need to ask them, just a look at the cars they drive...

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Corruption is an acceptable way of life and there is nothing seriously wrong with it. No matter how many laws and regulation you put in place, corruption will always be there. Just look at Singapore, even paying top civil servants highest salary in the world, does not eliminate corruption. Just get use to having corruption and unfair practice everywhere, for this is the nature of how things works. If you cant eliminate prostitution, then there is no way you can eliminate corruption.

China leaders should not waste time and resources trying to go after the corrupters. Instead they should focus on investing financial resources, in very talented chinese with good ideas, who can help china produce cutting edge high technology products. They are thousands of very talented and smart chinese out there, but due to being unknown and have no strong guanxi connection, their ideas just cannot take off.

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baofeng Post time: 2012-3-31 20:21
Corruption destroyed the Roman Empire, as well as the relatively short-lived U.S. "superpower"... an ...

Fully agreed.  Corruption is like the wild plants in your orchard. If left unchecked, you will see no fruits would bear in your orchard at the end of the day!    {:soso_e183:}
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RE: Hu makes stern corruption warning

Using public funds for smokes and booze is now corruption

By China Youth Daily  |   2012-3-31  |     NEWSPAPER EDITION


A CLEAN government must first of all be a cheap, or rather, an efficiently run low-cost government.

As Premier Wen Jiabao said during a State Council conference on clean politics on March 26, corruption poses the biggest threat to a ruling party. Wen made it clear that public money can no longer be used to purchase cigarettes, expensive alcohol or gifts.

Consumption with public money also takes the form of officials granting themselves unduly spacious offices and luxurious cars. Because these offices and cars, however outrageous a waste, do not obviously line an official's own pockets, it was often difficult to define them as corruption in the past.

This time is different. There will be zero tolerance for such official extravaganza. It's corruption, it's a crime.


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RE: Hu makes stern corruption warning

baofeng Post time: 2012-3-31 21:08
No need to ask them, just a look at the cars they drive...

Corruption, like cancer, is no respecter of a person's social status!
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A good move...
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