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Post time 2014-3-26 19:06:58 |Display all floors
Let the people protest and demand information regarding the missing MH370 using violence and mass meetings in public for the world media to watch, while demands for Leader financial holdings and records during their rise to prominence be questioned or even openly discussed outside the closed circle of the Big 7 is a crime against the State for inciting any form of violence against the harmony of the country.

Where is the harmony here? Chinese as a nation cheered and celebrated in the streets when 9/11 occurred-now that an unseen and unknown impedes has occurred which has cost the lives of Chinese and other nationalities the families are allowed to express their feelings unleashed.

You take this same scenario and move it anywhere within China's influence it is a crime against the State of Harmony and protestors arrested, disappear and called terrorist actions.

Sadly, relations between  Malaysia and China were at it's highest peak in history prior to this tragedy. The families have every right to feel they are mislead and not having access to credible information but this happens every day in China.

Why should other nations be held accountable to higher levels than what the current political climate? this has nothing to do with what other nations have or have not done. it is what China does--and what it doesn't do when the shoe is on the other foot.

I do not expect this to be posted as written--it is against the harmonious atmosphere. :)

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Post time 2014-4-16 15:21:58 |Display all floors
Maybe this is a serious problem, I don't read so many political passages, but after reading this post, I think I should pay more attention to political passages, because it is also very funny.
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