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    Re: Chinese Policy

    Quote Originally Posted by Rainman05 View Post
    your insane anti-american sentiment is disturbing. in response to your next posts.

    Though corporatism is indeed a sort of fascist ideology it is non-the-less the reason why you should cheer the destruction of the american people.
    Why do you take my comments personally?
    Have you ever seen a post of mine that denegrates the American People?
    I actually empathise with the bulk of the American people.

    And as you admit the Corporatist tyranny that enslaves the American people deserves not only exposure but criticism and dismantlement.

    (I have worked and travelled through a lot of the US mainland, and I can only say good things about the people I have met - especially ordinary Americans who are are currently suffering)

    cheers

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    Re: Chinese Policy

    Quote Originally Posted by Klown View Post
    Why do you take my comments personally?
    Have you ever seen a post of mine that denegrates the American People?
    I actually empathise with the bulk of the American people.

    And as you admit the Corporatist tyranny that enslaves the American people deserves not only exposure but criticism and dismantlement.

    (I have worked and travelled through a lot of the US mainland, and I can only say good things about the people I have met - especially ordinary Americans who are are currently suffering)

    cheers
    It's nothing personal. But when you go about talking in terms of ticking clocks and circling vultures, it generates images of destruction and harm to the majority of the people, not the political class.

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    Re: Chinese Policy

    Quote Originally Posted by Rainman05 View Post
    It's nothing personal. But when you go about talking in terms of ticking clocks and circling vultures, it generates images of destruction and harm to the majority of the people, not the political class.
    The ticking clock and circling vultures are not for the American people - they are for the currently collapsing and rotting fascist Corpocracy - and its the American people who will demand the inenstatement of that great American dream

    (a Corpocracy is a partnership between state and corporate powers - its ruthlessly powerful - have you noticed how impotent the US congress appears to be irrespective of who or which party is elected into power?)

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    Re: Chinese Policy

    ...rainman05 I can only wish you luck - there are a lot of people counting on you to topple the tyranny where it is strongest, then the rest of the minors will follow (including my own pathetic Australian corpocracy)

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    Re: Chinese Policy

    Your over the top hyperbole only serves to hurt your case. It makes reasonable people who are unhappy with the level of corporate influence in government be associated with frothing at the mouth lunacy. Its really not that hard to say a given organization is bad without going off the deep end and calling them fascists.

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    Re: Chinese Policy

    Quote Originally Posted by Kandahar View Post
    Neither of them will do anything to intentionally inflame tensions with China, nor should they. They're both just talking out of their asses to try to score political points. It's a shame that they do it by stirring up anti-China sentiment though.
    pretty much. like it or not, we're tied to China at the hip, and in their culture, this kind of inflammatory rhetoric does matter, even if it's only election year BS.

    if we want more freedom to pontificate on China, then we need to increase tax revenue and stop borrowing from them.

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