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Posted 5/5/12
I think they need to come up with new stir-fry dishes.
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Posted 5/6/12
The Chinese government can never be trusted. Any country that makes you and your entire family disappear because you said bad things about the regime and will go to extraordinary lengths to black-out atrocities and injustices can't be trusted.

They're willing to kill or imprison their own people for life for even the smallest reasons. Short answer: No.
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Posted 6/3/12 , edited 6/3/12
Can the Chinese regime be trusted:

I think everybody should read this article from the Epoch Time. Trust me, The Epoch time is a reliable source, the newspaper was founded by Falun Gong (persecuted practioner)
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Posted 6/3/12 , edited 6/3/12
I don't pretend to be an expert on China or foreign policy, but I don't recall hearing anything good about that government. Oppressing Tibet, silencing opposition, suppressing religion including the true Catholic Church in the area, and their truly 100% barbaric one-child policy, not to mention the communism itself, and who knows what else. I'd say the Chinese government is one of the worst. That said, can the U.S. trust them as an ally, if that's what you mean? Given how our nation and the world works these days, I'd say that's a separate question, one I'll leave to those better informed than I.
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Posted 6/3/12

i_love_u_jesus wrote:
and their truly 100% barbaric one-child policy


Overpopulation is a bad thing though. :/
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Posted 6/3/12

Xmas_Hat wrote:


i_love_u_jesus wrote:
and their truly 100% barbaric one-child policy


Overpopulation is a bad thing though. :/


No it isn't. Overpopulation is a myth. And for starters, any projected shortage of resources from population booms always fail to take human ingenuity into account.
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Posted 6/3/12
I wouldn't trust the Chinese, American, or any other gov.
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Posted 6/3/12
Politicians are like actors. They're terrible at their job, and I get arrested if I throw tomatoes at them. The Chinese government is probably no exception to this. In fact, that country gives me the chills, in particular. It has much bad mojo surrounding it.
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Posted 6/3/12
No government can really be trusted. Especially the governments of China, Russia and the US. Too much bribery and corruption.




i_love_u_jesus wrote:

I don't pretend to be an expert on China or foreign policy, but I don't recall hearing anything good about that government. Oppressing Tibet, silencing opposition, suppressing religion including the true Catholic Church in the area, and their truly 100% barbaric one-child policy, not to mention the communism itself, and who knows what else. I'd say the Chinese government is one of the worst. That said, can the U.S. trust them as an ally, if that's what you mean? Given how our nation and the world works these days, I'd say that's a separate question, one I'll leave to those better informed than I.


China is more capitalist than communist these days. Not that they were ever really truly communist anyway. They just use the name of communism to keep their corrupt regime in power. Communism isn't what most Americans think it is by the way. Too much propaganda has brainwashed Americans into thinking that communism is somehow inherently evil or wrong, when it isn't really. It does have some flaws however, but so does capitalism.

The one-child policy only exists in highly populated areas where overpopulation is a major issue. People in rural areas can have 2 or sometimes more children. It's also not really that barbaric. You just have to plan your family. It would be best if people only had 1-2 children to help get the population down in overpopulated areas. The actions of some parents could be considered barbaric however, as some decide to abort girls to try and have a boy.

And no, the US can't trust China as an ally. If there is a World War 3 any time soon I would place my bets on the US and China being enemies (if they are both involved as major participants).
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Posted 6/3/12 , edited 6/3/12

olandril wrote:

No government can really be trusted. Especially the governments of China, Russia and the US. Too much bribery and corruption.




i_love_u_jesus wrote:

I don't pretend to be an expert on China or foreign policy, but I don't recall hearing anything good about that government. Oppressing Tibet, silencing opposition, suppressing religion including the true Catholic Church in the area, and their truly 100% barbaric one-child policy, not to mention the communism itself, and who knows what else. I'd say the Chinese government is one of the worst. That said, can the U.S. trust them as an ally, if that's what you mean? Given how our nation and the world works these days, I'd say that's a separate question, one I'll leave to those better informed than I.


China is more capitalist than communist these days. Not that they were ever really truly communist anyway. They just use the name of communism to keep their corrupt regime in power. Communism isn't what most Americans think it is by the way. Too much propaganda has brainwashed Americans into thinking that communism is somehow inherently evil or wrong, when it isn't really. It does have some flaws however, but so does capitalism.

The one-child policy only exists in highly populated areas where overpopulation is a major issue. People in rural areas can have 2 or sometimes more children. It's also not really that barbaric. You just have to plan your family. It would be best if people only had 1-2 children to help get the population down in overpopulated areas. The actions of some parents could be considered barbaric however, as some decide to abort girls to try and have a boy.

And no, the US can't trust China as an ally. If there is a World War 3 any time soon I would place my bets on the US and China being enemies (if they are both involved as major participants).


Eh no, I'd call any government policy that dictates how many children a couple can have especially if that means even forced contraception and abortion "barbaric" regardless of circumstances like only applying to certain areas, as if that made it okay. It's certainly the most intrusive thing I've ever heard.
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Posted 6/3/12
I'm Taiwanese.

In other words: No, we don't trust China.
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Posted 6/4/12

olandril wrote:

No government can really be trusted. Especially the governments of China, Russia and the US. Too much bribery and corruption.




i_love_u_jesus wrote:

I don't pretend to be an expert on China or foreign policy, but I don't recall hearing anything good about that government. Oppressing Tibet, silencing opposition, suppressing religion including the true Catholic Church in the area, and their truly 100% barbaric one-child policy, not to mention the communism itself, and who knows what else. I'd say the Chinese government is one of the worst. That said, can the U.S. trust them as an ally, if that's what you mean? Given how our nation and the world works these days, I'd say that's a separate question, one I'll leave to those better informed than I.


China is more capitalist than communist these days. Not that they were ever really truly communist anyway. They just use the name of communism to keep their corrupt regime in power. Communism isn't what most Americans think it is by the way. Too much propaganda has brainwashed Americans into thinking that communism is somehow inherently evil or wrong, when it isn't really. It does have some flaws however, but so does capitalism.

The one-child policy only exists in highly populated areas where overpopulation is a major issue. People in rural areas can have 2 or sometimes more children. It's also not really that barbaric. You just have to plan your family. It would be best if people only had 1-2 children to help get the population down in overpopulated areas. The actions of some parents could be considered barbaric however, as some decide to abort girls to try and have a boy.

And no, the US can't trust China as an ally. If there is a World War 3 any time soon I would place my bets on the US and China being enemies (if they are both involved as major participants).


True that. Also We have seen a lot of recent scandals coming out of China like the Wang Lijun incident that lead to the fall of Bo Xilai, a high ranking CCP official involving in a lot of thing that has been revealed as scandalous. Don't forget the Chen Guangcheng situation (thank goodness, he's in the US), and now 100 million Chinese quit the CCP due to corruption, and injustice. I know sooner or later what will happen in the Mid-East will happen to China and other part of Asia.
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Posted 6/4/12 , edited 6/4/12

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olandril wrote:

No government can really be trusted. Especially the governments of China, Russia and the US. Too much bribery and corruption.




i_love_u_jesus wrote:

I don't pretend to be an expert on China or foreign policy, but I don't recall hearing anything good about that government. Oppressing Tibet, silencing opposition, suppressing religion including the true Catholic Church in the area, and their truly 100% barbaric one-child policy, not to mention the communism itself, and who knows what else. I'd say the Chinese government is one of the worst. That said, can the U.S. trust them as an ally, if that's what you mean? Given how our nation and the world works these days, I'd say that's a separate question, one I'll leave to those better informed than I.


China is more capitalist than communist these days. Not that they were ever really truly communist anyway. They just use the name of communism to keep their corrupt regime in power. Communism isn't what most Americans think it is by the way. Too much propaganda has brainwashed Americans into thinking that communism is somehow inherently evil or wrong, when it isn't really. It does have some flaws however, but so does capitalism.

The one-child policy only exists in highly populated areas where overpopulation is a major issue. People in rural areas can have 2 or sometimes more children. It's also not really that barbaric. You just have to plan your family. It would be best if people only had 1-2 children to help get the population down in overpopulated areas. The actions of some parents could be considered barbaric however, as some decide to abort girls to try and have a boy.

And no, the US can't trust China as an ally. If there is a World War 3 any time soon I would place my bets on the US and China being enemies (if they are both involved as major participants).


True that. Also We have seen a lot of recent scandals coming out of China like the Wang Lijun incident that lead to the fall of Bo Xilai, a high ranking CCP official involving in a lot of thing that has been revealed as scandalous. Don't forget the Chen Guangcheng situation (thank goodness, he's in the US), and now 100 million Chinese quit the CCP due to corruption, and injustice. I know sooner or later what will happen in the Mid-East will happen to China and other part of Asia.


Realistically, the "Asian Spring" will not happen for quite a while.
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Posted 6/4/12

i_love_u_jesus wrote:


mdo7 wrote:


olandril wrote:

No government can really be trusted. Especially the governments of China, Russia and the US. Too much bribery and corruption.




i_love_u_jesus wrote:

I don't pretend to be an expert on China or foreign policy, but I don't recall hearing anything good about that government. Oppressing Tibet, silencing opposition, suppressing religion including the true Catholic Church in the area, and their truly 100% barbaric one-child policy, not to mention the communism itself, and who knows what else. I'd say the Chinese government is one of the worst. That said, can the U.S. trust them as an ally, if that's what you mean? Given how our nation and the world works these days, I'd say that's a separate question, one I'll leave to those better informed than I.


China is more capitalist than communist these days. Not that they were ever really truly communist anyway. They just use the name of communism to keep their corrupt regime in power. Communism isn't what most Americans think it is by the way. Too much propaganda has brainwashed Americans into thinking that communism is somehow inherently evil or wrong, when it isn't really. It does have some flaws however, but so does capitalism.

The one-child policy only exists in highly populated areas where overpopulation is a major issue. People in rural areas can have 2 or sometimes more children. It's also not really that barbaric. You just have to plan your family. It would be best if people only had 1-2 children to help get the population down in overpopulated areas. The actions of some parents could be considered barbaric however, as some decide to abort girls to try and have a boy.

And no, the US can't trust China as an ally. If there is a World War 3 any time soon I would place my bets on the US and China being enemies (if they are both involved as major participants).


True that. Also We have seen a lot of recent scandals coming out of China like the Wang Lijun incident that lead to the fall of Bo Xilai, a high ranking CCP official involving in a lot of thing that has been revealed as scandalous. Don't forget the Chen Guangcheng situation (thank goodness, he's in the US), and now 100 million Chinese quit the CCP due to corruption, and injustice. I know sooner or later what will happen in the Mid-East will happen to China and other part of Asia.


Realistically, the "Asian Spring" will not happen for quite a while.


Well it's hard to predict when an Asian Spring will happen it could happen 2 years from now, next month, a week later, or even 2 days from now. Hell, nobody could've predicted the Revolution of 1989 and the Arab Spring would've happened. The Arab Spring took many Arab-Americans by surprise because they never thought people in the Middle East (and their own arabs brothers and sisters) wanted democracy and freedom (and human right). So we don't know when an Asian Spring will happen, if it happen tomorrow, that will shock many Asian Americans but not me because I know the Chinese regime are at a point of no return (the same goes for Vietnam, Laos, and North Korea). Sooner or later, it'll happen sometime in the next 2 or 3 years, thanks to the internet and social media (that include the usage of anti-censorship software) I've been monitoring the Arab Spring since the Egyptian Revolution all the way to the current Syrian uprising. I've also analyzed the way repressive regime brutalized people in Asia and the Mid-East, both of them are no different. So an uprising could happen in Asia, it just need one small spark/incident to start a nationwide uprising in Asia and if it spread, Asian Americans (Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean of North Korean descent) are going to be very supportive for this one.

Posted 6/4/12
My dream is to live in China.
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