This is China, we're the Young force of the people's republic

Jul 5, 2009
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Now this is real deal Chinaskaya crap Rap, lovely commie propaganda machine as its best, delirious on the top.
hAji-boy comrades working for commie govern, bloody hired commie-gangstaRappers, muhah haaaahhaa.
CD Rev (ChengDu Revolution), the Red dragon aint no evil!


This is what we gona have soon, ChinasKaya World Map, fuck dat' chinaskya commie fuck!

 

A8K

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You have an amazing eye for finding crap nobody cares for, yet it's food for thought.. perhaps chow mein for ur frontal lobe, macaroni for putta di mare dish or mast o khiar for aragh kishmishi ..

in short your brain-cell eating disease is contagious .. maybe it's that new deer thing found in Montana.
 
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My dear beloved Comrade inhouse'nigga!
You do care, I know it for well!

Montana..... noway, my work path going like as in between South Dakota & Wyoming.
You sort of jumping around chimpanzee cheering, cause hAji-PM of IRI announces his resignation, and you bloody fuckin have the guts talking about "crap nobody cares for"?
You are way too narrow-minded, kind of gift-wrapped pack of crap, comrade.
You need to find stuff that is implied but not real, I mean real real that can be felt physically, its sort of artwork with a combination of real and implied malicious falsehood, pick up something bumpy, smooth, soft and keyed up scaly.
Dose not matter what I say, I am sure you never get this, what you need to bring to the table are, calm and detail-oriented thoughts/concepts. You need to pair up with smarter hAjis, perhaps learn some self-study.
Please, fucking stop chasing obvious details, chase some girls, get laid (if you an earwig, find like-minded), but please.......dont drag the details in here.

Get Laid, for fuck sake....but do it responsibly!

 
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ma' sweet fella..... I dunno why, but every time I switch this thing on, having ma' morning coffee :coffee: ending up at this forum, watching you, while you watching in&out jumping around sort of morning-wood tucked-in-boner, that jogs my memory of this "Cowbell guy" Will Ferrell, believe me ma' bruw....I can put ma' dirty pants on it!

 
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Gaines

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Arash, what do you do in Wyoming and SD?

On the topic, I have spent a lot of time with Chinese recently and the worldview of their elite is rather interesting.

Here it is in a nutshell: Those bastard westerners have screwed us over, drugged us, killed us, used us as slaves for more than 200 ears. Now its payback time.
 
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Gaines, me working as consultant engineer, worked even as the mr. "code rat" for a while, right now and mostly working as an advisor.
Dang, its free way of working, there are times I am off the slavery for months, back good days in Ca. I could sail for weeks and be out at sea (still do it when I'm visiting ma' lovely folks).
Nowadays and mostly spending time hunting and cross-country mud running.

By the way, I hope you get that joke/"a trap", I hate dat chinaskay Red-fucker!
 

Gaines

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Gaines, me working as consultant engineer, worked even as the mr. "code rat" for a while, right now and mostly working as an advisor.
Dang, its free way of working, there are times I am off the slavery for months, back good days in Ca. I could sail for weeks and be out at sea (still do it when I'm visiting ma' lovely folks).
Nowadays and mostly spending time hunting and cross-country mud running.

By the way, I hope you get that joke/"a trap", I hate dat chinaskay Red-fucker!
I surely did get your point;)

I though you may be into oil and gas since you are in Wyoming and ND. Have a few friends in that field working in those States..

Stay safe...
 
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This is not about the King's man.... it's all bout the Chinese, they're coming for you!
How lovely chinamen framing the Hong Kong protests and how even more lovely IRI-mullas carrying out the imitation in a marvelous manner.
Let the protests start!

Satan laughing, spreads his wings.... oh lord yeah!
Now it's all about the WORLD vs Witchcraft

Black Sabbath ~ The Walpurgis Night
 
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The protesters in Hong Kong believe they are testing the rulers limit in China!
WRONG.... deliberately and utterly misinformed young people are out there acting bolshevists, they have not read their history, sadly enough even less mentally present in their history lessons at school.

This is not 1789 - 1799 (French Revolution) days.



This is not 1917 - 1923 (Russian Revolution) days.



Beijing accusing Hong Kong protesters as terrorists. Beijing runs the "Rat A Tat Cat" and so do the IRI-hAjis, they just waiting out a siege. The world of today and the establishment will not stand even allow such behavior.
Even ordinary folks are getting tired and bored of these impetuous and quick-tempered vandals.

Money Rules - Order Reign-over the Order.

You need to be a fucking hot-headed retard to not have understanding this simple order.
The responsibility for all blood spills should be placed on the owners of the local rag mass-media, bunch of no good cocksucking blood-suckers, democracy-lover my fat fuckin ass!
At a certain time people will inch by inch come up against the truth, IMO way too late!

For Whom The Bell Tolls

 
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Way to go, the opposition movement in Hong Kong has made a huge record turnout and unprecedented gain in the territory district council of China.
At the same time, these people know it for well that China has the upper hand, which was the stabilizing factor in this strange relationship "China/the Opposition Movement in Hong Kong".
At the beginning both sides accused one another of using provoking and excessive violence by police and the way protester chucked molotov-cocktails, where shops vandalized and many subway station wrecked from fires set by protesters.
It was interesting to see how ordinary Hong Kong residents separated themselves from vandals and scum through this process which was observed by the rulers of China, there was a potential risk that the Chinese military would move in!







This is how people in Hong Kong think/understand the situation "form judgments by a process of logic".
"Hong Kong has been torn apart by violent anti government protests."
"Freedom and rights can’t be asked for — you have to fight for them.”
"I am really worried about the future. If I get arrested, can I face my family?”
"Normal people would try to avoid dangerous places. As front liners we try to rush over there.”
"I am not a brave warrior. I am afraid of dying.”
"Death threats are already part of my daily routine.”
"Our crime is to participate in protests.”
"I realized that I can use my voice in more ways than one.”
"After I was disqualified from running for office, I lost hope. But this city is worth it — we should not give up on politics in Hong Kong.”
"I am simply trying to do the work of a democratically elected lawmaker: to be a protector.”
"We have so many young people — we should offer as much help as we can.”
"Provided you don’t touch the so-called red line to suggest independence, anything is negotiable.”
"Their professions don’t mean they aren’t people. They bleed a lot, too.”
"If you want Hong Kong to be stable, you have to have a strong police force.”
"Their real objective is to take over Hong Kong.”
"Visual elements in these protests trigger emotions I can’t feel. But the scenes are very much alive to me.”
"Modern mothers will not only take care of the children — they will also wear sneakers to participate in social movements.”
"We can’t lose now, because the Chinese Communist Party is slowly taking away our freedoms.”
"Many of us swam to Hong Kong in search of freedom.”
"I sometimes feel like a den mother. Once one kid gets to know you, all of their friends will call you.”
"The government ignores you and has stopped approving peaceful protests. I have nothing left to say. So in the end, I can play music in public to encourage others.”
As silver-haired people, we have to do something special. We want to put ourselves between the police and the protesters, to try and protect the kids.”
"I have not slept at home for almost a month.”
"We wouldn’t chant, we wouldn’t touch any weapons, we wouldn’t touch tear gas canisters. It would affect the neutral image of first-aid-ers.”
"In protest events, we are looked upon as foreigners or tourists. We always say we are Hong Kong-ers, too.”
"Tear gas grenades seared my press vest. My thighs, waist and stomach were scorched. I didn’t stop until a few hours later when they started swelling.”

"I lost my job. But now I can say anything I want.”