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seneca Post time: 2014-5-5 04:31
Just because one crook persecutes one minority does not mean another crook can do the same and h ...

Because the U.S. does this on a wholesale basis while China does not.
If capitalism promotes innovation and creativity then why aren't scientists and artists the richest people in a capitalist nation?

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seneca Post time: 2014-5-5 04:33
There are no "dark secrets" - it is the corrupt See Pee See that is treating certain topics as t ...

More rumors from the rumor mill.
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seneca Post time: 2014-5-5 20:36
Lamas don't eat rice. Rice doesn't even grow natively in the "Lama"s homeland.

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seneca Post time: 2014-5-5 23:27
Which minority does the U.S. of A. persecute???

Here in China you can be persecuted for helpion ...

African Americans and Hispanics get beaten on a regular basis here in the U.S. by the police.
Some are shot and killed.
How does it feel to be as ignorant as you?
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On Tuesday, a knife-wielding assailant wounded six people at a railway station in the southern city of Guangzhou. Police gave no reason for the attack, but for many it had echoes of the March stabbing to death of 29 people at another station in Kunming, in the southwest, which was blamed by the government on militants from Xinjiang.

A Xinjiang-based academic who declined to be named for fear of putting ongoing research at risk, said navigating ethnic tensions is more palatable to authorities than dealing with anger directed at the government's westward expansion policy.

"China would like this to be an issue of separatism," the scholar said. "You can roll a tank in to solve a separatist issue. How do you ask the Chinese government to solve this kind of policy grievance without fundamentally reforming itself? It can't happen."




the bankruptcy of China policies in frontier regions.


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seneca Post time: 2014-5-5 20:39
Wot eez yur problem wid spying on yur purzon? Eff yu hef chosen 2 liv een China yu hef implissit ...

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