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Post time 2013-2-1 17:26:00 |Display all floors
greendragon Post time: 2013-2-1 11:56
Commissar Uya

It's just an observation.

The entire CPC is "stealth".
That is part of the problem.
Corruption exists because of this.

btw...
I like the title you gave me

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Post time 2013-2-2 02:31:31 |Display all floors
UYA Post time: 2013-2-1 03:16
Yes....
the foreign invasion is here....
but not in power (I hope)
Chinese still control the government (I think).
I support a centralized government and want the CCP to succeed (I pray)


{double snort}  the CCP is in control of the government, not the Chinese people as a whole.  As for their hold...  as the sky blackens, as the drugs flow, as the corruption deepens... as their Republican and Imperial counterparts before them - "all good things do come to an end".
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Post time 2013-2-2 09:46:22 |Display all floors
seneca Post time: 2013-2-1 20:00
...but you are one of many who openly brag about the Party's achievements by turning failures into ...

Brag???
I comend the CPC for what it has done in a very short time.
I also see the future of the CPC in jepordy because of the "money grab" going on from bottom to top.

But I also believe this can be fixed quickly if they choose to.
We both see the problems

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Post time 2013-2-2 10:05:58 |Display all floors
tradervic Post time: 2013-2-2 02:31
{double snort}  the CCP is in control of the government, not the Chinese people as a whole.  As  ...

The CPC are ALL Chinese (I assume)

The purpose of this thread is to reassert the importance of the leadership role the party holds.
If they can see the writing on the wall....
swift action can be taken and problems addressed.

I see promise with the new leadership.

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Post time 2013-2-2 16:22:12 |Display all floors
seneca Post time: 2013-1-30 06:20
An overly nationalistic and xenophobic post. What's there to "comment" since any comment will be jud ...

I don't see why this post is considered 'overly nationalistic and xenophobic.'   Did you fail to read about the European powers intention to carve up China into spheres of interest over a hundred years ago? The century of humiliation, war and chaos that continued into the modern era created a damaged psyche on the collective conscience of the poor and hapless Chinese people, whom you regularly refer to as uncivilized.

History very often repeats itself.

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Post time 2013-2-2 16:51:52 |Display all floors
seneca Post time: 2013-2-1 20:00
...but you are one of many who openly brag about the Party's achievements by turning failures into ...

It seems they already are reinventing themselves. The only refuge of ex-communists wanting to maintain power is militant nationalism. It seems to be what Xi is pursuing
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Post time 2013-2-2 17:02:17 |Display all floors
Why do Chinese only see success with the CPC? Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong etc have all done well much faster than China without the need of authoritarianism. Are Chinese afraid of their ability to manage themselves without repression? Do Chinese always need Emperors, Mongols, Manchus or the CPC to tell them what to do?
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