Discussion » Nonsense » I feel bad to be a PRC citizen

  • JZ
    JZ wrote:
    <p>Because I pay money to the government to fuck me, and I have to pretend I love being fucked.</p> <p>Good thing is, me no only one.</p>
  • G
    G wrote:

    you will fuck the govn't someday...

  • Jenny&King
    Jenny&King wrote:

    JZ 说的是啥英文啊。 拖出去枪毙100回

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    BOHICA

    Americans say Democrats and Republicans are the same; they're both going to fuck you.

    I say, at least the Democrats whisper sweet nothings into your ear while they're doing you. They also have the courtesy to use lube and wear condoms and might even offer a reach-around.

    On the other hand, you're lucky if a Republican spits on his dick before jamming it in and savaging your shitter in a methamphetamine-fueled fuck-frenzy. You can't even be certain they'll use a natural orifice and not shoot or drill a new hole into you first. But, NO HOMO, because prison rape is a nominally heteronormative phenomenon. There's nothing gay about it.

  • Yanni
    Yanni wrote:

    Maybe not only the government......wish you good luck!

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    "How many dynasties have the Chinese people allowed to replace one another throughout history?"

    fix'd

  • №❶ Passioη

    I thought the fake smiles were a hardwired part of the culture... hmm!

    In some cases it feels worse to be an enlightened LaoWai in the PRC

  • Simen Wangberg

    "PRC.... F**K YEAH!!"

    Coming again to poorly build and maintain the motherfucking public transportation infrastructure, yeah!!

    :-/

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

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    Hahahaha ... Pete ... before I go on, are you 185cm and 90kg, and like to duel people to death, or stupidity?

    I think it is safe to generalise it to say that most people across the world would find at least one thing or two they dont like about their home government, and also the government that they live, be it China or America, as well as any European or African countries ... so?

    If these guys should love everything about China, including the government, then they might consider converting, but they wont ...

    We are all here for different reason or reasons, and it is nothing new that I found everything wrong about the country and the government, but I wont hide the fact that we are here for the money, her is here for the parents as well ... but it does not mean that we (or anyone else for that matter) need to silently accept anything that's wrong, the train accident being one of them ... the Red Cross thing being another, and the list goes on ...

     

  • Simen Wangberg

    Pete, how can you possibly say that with a straight face after all the bullshit that's been going down around this train crash? We're talking about a government that straight-up told its reporters NOT to investigate the cause of the crash. As much as the U.S. government fucks up, it hasn't tried to pull something like that in decades.

    Nice try lumping the government in with the culture and the people there, by the way. They couldn't be farther apart from each other. The Chinese people have been sickened and outraged by the way this event has played out. The government does not represent its people here - literally or figuratively.

    Are you 五毛党 or what? The Ministry of Propaganda would be so proud.

  • Joakim Lund Rangel

    I`m confused about what happen to cause this accident. What I read (or mostly hear about) is many indirect causes, mainly the blame is directed towards the government with causes like corruption and technology problems.

    But for me, so short time after the incident, it`s more interesting to get a clear picture of what happen the minutes before that lead to the accident.

    It would be great if someone could draw up a reconstruction of the incident in what happen seconds for seconds before the accident that cause this crash.

  • Zoe Zhong
    Zoe Zhong wrote:

    I am proud of being a Chinese.

    What I feel bad of being a PRC citizen is:

    I don't trust the foods I eat now, and I am trying to not think about it. Chicken can turn into beef by some magic chemical. The more I think, the less choice I have. I feel bad I don't even have a choice.

    I am not safe everywhere: when you take subway, escalator could stop any minute; when you take elevator, it could fall down; when you take high-speed train home, it might crash and you will never see your families. You know what could be worse? Your body could be buried in the dirt and your name would not be on the victim list. So as a PRC citizen, there are no evidence of your existence.

    What I feel really bad is that I am so powerless to change anything as PRC citizen.

  • Simen Wangberg

    "Here's the short-short version from what I've seen: One train power failure because of lightning. Stopped on track. Second train has some malfunction so driver is not alarmed that another train is stopped on the track. Or some safety feature that should have cut power to second train malfunctioned?"

    State media says a lightning strike disabled a signal system - from what I've been able to gather, the system is designed to alert railway staff about any stopped trains or other problems.

    Apparently, the lightning strike resulted in a power failure, which in turn (here's where I start speculating) caused a green light in the dispatcher's office to remain green instead of turning red - meaning that the dispatchers had no idea that there was an idle train on the tracks.

    I did get most of this info from the Reuters article you previously posted. It's worth noting that no one, state media or otherwise, has actually said where the light was located - was it actually suspended over the track, in the way that you would think of a streetlight or whatever? Or was it like an "alert" light in some dude's office, off of the actual train tracks?

    Here's the official state media take:

    http://news.xinhuanet.com/english2010/china/2011-07/28/c_131014639.htm

    Basically, from what I've been able to piece together between state and foreign media, is that no one had any clue that there was a train stopped on the tracks other than the people who were actually on the halted train.

    I guess I don't need to suggest that there ought've been a backup power system in place for both the dispatch office + the trains themselves...?

     

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    Uh, I know I don't speak for every salty expat, but I'm gonna go out on a limb here and say maybe we like the people, food, history, culture, and hidden enclaves of decadent nightlife. You know. The things that make China Chinese.

    Moreover, my Chinese friends openly complain about the Party all the time. Only in English, of course. They can't leave. Of course, I'll stop FAR short of regarding myself as some sort of Bodhisattva who submits himself to earthly suffering so as to help the less-enlightened. I'll leave that to rosy-spectacled Pinkertons who don't realize that this is one place on earth where it's advantageous to be an outsider.

    Really, who are you trying to impress by kowtowing?

    Much as it pains me to say it, maybe Undermoonlight was right in his observation that the corruption of the CPC enables the worst kind of foreign influence--the kind that speaks of Wudaokou's Propaganda as a respectable nightlife establishment, and praises 15-year-old girls taking underwear cellphone self-shots in dirty mirrors as outstanding examples of femininity.

  • Fabian Kollen
    Fabian Kollen wrote:

    I would like to fuck goevermental's mouth everyday.

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    "Dando: You're the one who has lived in China for years, does not speak any Chinese and only works as an editor. That is, you revise English on documents. I, on the other hand, don't contribute anything of value to society and should probably die in a fire."

    Indeed I do. That's why I'm here.

    Uh-ohs! Sounds like I hit a nerve with that wisecrack about Pete being a pedo!

    Granted, fluent Chinese is the minimum threshold for participation in Chinese culture, but I've never presented myself as a participant in any culture except TEH INTERBUTTS. You'll never hear me complain about fairness or propriety unless I'm taking the piss or speaking on someone else's behalf.

    China treats me well and affords me the luxury of playing the role of a spectacularly indulgent spectator. It's an unequal relationship, but I try to reciprocate by speaking truth to power when feasible.

    Now. Justify your existence.

  • Simen Wangberg

    Oh dang. I gotta get me one of those lids.

  • Simen Wangberg

    To be fair, Wen did say something very interesting and unprecedented during the conference. He singled out the Ministry of Railways, basically saying that they will be responsible for shouldering the blame if any negligence or corruption is found to be behind the crash.

    As Amber mentioned in the other train crash thread, Chinese authorities have tended to protect their own in past incidents. The buck has already more or less been passed to the Beijing engineering company that produced the faulty signaling system, but what Wen said about the ministry is a step in the right direction, even if it's just a small one.

  • Simen Wangberg

    ^It is just a matter of time. But how much time? At this rate, will China require five, ten or fifty train crashes before its government becomes truly accountable, if there even is such a thing? Speaking of historical trends...

  • Simen Wangberg

    I was just talking about that last night - the accident itself isn't really as scandalous as what happened afterward. It's too early to say whether there will be any kind of institutional changes regarding how these things are taken care of in the future, but I'm willing to bet that the government will at least be a little more careful in handling the aftermath of deadly accidents in the future, if only to save face.

  • Mengmeng
    Mengmeng wrote:

    @Scott- about the short version of the accident

    The lightening reason is fake, the accident wouldn't happen under that situation. Because the communication signal is produced by the connection between the wheels and rail, so if the train slowed down or stopped, the signal will be sent to the control system, and even there is a power failure, the lack of signal is also a code of abnormal, and people in the scheduling room would know the situation and warn the following train.

    I got another version today which was said to be the truth, but no one can verify that now, so take it with a grain of salt: the controller asked the first train to slow down to about 200kmph, but forgot to tell the following train.

    ***************************************************************************************

    Whatever version it might be, it is the result of the dereliction of duty. I like to reflect big problem from small things. I think we can break the problem of China down to tiny things in our life.

    Do we treat our work seriously? I have seen many people put off today's work to tomorrow or even later, and avoid problems instead of solving them, then find all kind of excuses to convince others that we have done nothing wrong. -- from average people to the big stupid ones.

    Do we stick to truth? When we talk to our boss, how many times we have to keep silence or agree with the wrong ideas? Some people choose to keep silence, some people feel condescended to talk with stupid boss, some people clap their hands and say good idea! -- From average people to the big stupid ones.

    Do we fight for our right? I don't mean to fight in violence, it only hurt ourselves much deeper, but speak it out when we are unfairly treated. We usually say: let it be, suffering a loss is a blessing..., or just take revenge by cheating at work rather than take a strike.

    I believe peaceful revolution is possible if we improve ourselves in these three aspect: to work with heart--by doing this we can provide our fellowman better life, don't be a stupid chengguan, don't be a doctor stealing vegetables online while working, keep eyes opening in the train scheduling room...; to stick with truth-- if everyone can do this, nothing stupid decisions can be carried out, like burying the train on the spot; to fight for our right -- I don't believe in that good and evil must at last have their reward, we can only make that happen with our own hands.

  • Saint - Spartacus

    globalisation wake up our citizen, then a question about  time ... 

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    @Scott, My boys? I'm just a modest 4chanthropologist and a meme enthusiast. Besides, the Lulzsec and the Anonymous collectives suck at actual technical hacking (the kid with the Twitter feed will only be charged with money laundering or fraud).

    What they do excel at is public relations and social engineering, which is incredibly ironic for an army of almost-autistic basement dwellers.

    DDoS attacks and password phishing are not hacks. Anonymous is a bunch of script kiddies with a lot of time on their hands. Pitting Anon vs. the 五毛党 is a fantasy of mine, though. But if I ever suggested such a thing to Anonymous, I'd get nothing but "NOT YOUR PERSONAL ARMY" in return.

    I read that thing about the traffic reroute awhile back. Spooky shit, but it's not like they can break encryption. But China has polluted its hinternet with its heinous shitfuckery and crippled its IT infrastructure by bottlenecking international web traffic in a limited number of Internet backbones. I haven't confirmed it, but I've heard there are only three major fiber-optic lines connecting China with the rest of the 'net.

    Hacktivism, like terrorism, is all about the propaganda of the deed, although it's not exactly what anarchists would call direct action. But it's not about the physical or economic damage resulting from the attack itself, but from the catastrophic consequences of the response. 9/11 was just a spectacle to provoke the U.S., after all.

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    Julian Assange was just a figurehead unworthy of Anon's attention and I never considered Wikileaks itself to be very impressive in the first place. Co$ was a good target (journos have never been able to take them on because of SLAPP lawsuits), but Operation Chanology was a low point in 4chan history and is now referred to as an instance of moralfaggotry.

    Anti-pedophile vigilantism--particularly the Chris Forcand arrest--was far more entertaining, especially since loli hentai was considerably more popular back then when the wapanese population was still dominant. That wasn't for moral or political reasons. Just pure lulz that happened to result in great justice.

    They won't stick to the moral fights, though. That's not what Anonymous is about. "None of us is as cruel as all of us," they say. And LulzSec (and AntiSec) are devoted toward forcing security groups to stop publicly disclosing security exploits, which is in stark contrast with the traditional Anonymous value of promoting absolute freedom of information.

    I have considerably less faith in these cretins than you do and they're definitely not antithetical to the Tea Party, having quite a few right-wingers in their midsts.

    Mark Zuckerberg, on the other hand, hates anonymity because his money comes from selling personal data to marketers. That rivalry is more fitting, I think.

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    tl;dr

    I should really be blogging this sort of commentary far away from here.

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    Nice watermark.

  • Simen Wangberg

    "hilarious photoshop"

    Whether you believe it or not...I BELIEVE IT.

  • Kevin Chen
    Kevin Chen wrote:

    our government  works well 

    maybe great!

    you need to know how hard to keep such huge populartion country peace!

    and feed soooo  many hungry people.

    you need stand higher and think about this question.

    the government`s duty not service people like us who live in big city , 

    we only belong to the tiny part of chinese people.

    think about the whold nation. 

    man... believe , our government officer are the most smart officer maybe all of the world.

  • Kevin Brekke
    Kevin Brekke wrote:

    indeed they are . lol

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    Farmers feed people. Not the government.

    I'm sure that China's officials are among the smartest in the world. That's precisely the problem; smart people help themselves before they help others.

    Intelligent leaders do not ensure the success of a nation; just laws and sound policy do. Clever officials do not necessarily want these things, because they want people to think that social order comes from their individual genius rather than adequately developed public institutions.

    That's why constitutional democracies can change leaders like clothing. Civil servants do all the work. Political leaders just do the hiring and firing.

  • Saint - Spartacus

    Foreman. LOL

  • Simen Wangberg

    "Who try to change it deserve the Nobel peace prize."

    I think/hope you're referring to Liu Xiaobo?

    There's no shame in being Chinese. Your government has made it clear that they don't represent you - so you should keep in mind that you don't have to represent your government, either.

    There was a time in America's history when we also pursued rapid development at the expense of safety. Things have changed since then, and they'll change in China too, eventually.

  • Kodi
    Kodi wrote:

    You guys should be proud to be Chinese!  Don't let some accidents and Gov. mishaps get you down on being Chinese.  China has changed much in the past and will change for the better in the future. 

  • Simen Stensvoll

    I Feel proud to be chinese,but feel shame for the XXX Goverment sometimes

  • Simen Wangberg

    "I feel bad being animal, esp. human being"

    This is much more accurate. The things the Chinese government says and does have been duplicated by governments all over the world for centuries - purely because people are people, and people can be shitty.

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    Word. It's sometimes hard to observe in forums, but most of the people who complain about the Chinese government the most are just as critical of their own, if not even more so.

    I guess I'm just trying to remind Chinese people that in spite of how dreadfully embarrassing this might seem for them as a people, it's really only the fault of political and social institutions. Just like Chinese people can individually distinguish between themselves and the apparatus of the State, so to can foreigners distinguish between China, the people, and China, the nation.

    Events like this do not reflect the culture or spirit of a people (even the ZF's comparatively responsible reaction to the Wenchuan earthquake!)

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    I wouldn't manage 1.4 billion people. I'd let them manage themselves and set up their own local institutions without imposing generically monolithic "Chinese characteristics" upon everyone.

    I'm a fucking anarcho-syndicalist. TMD MGMT can get F'd in the A.

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    Plenty of NGOs would love to help out with some of these problems. The Red Cross is normally a pretty good example of an NGO, but the Chinese one sure as shit ain't. The problem is that even successful, non-corrupt NGOs are a threat to the present order. The CPC is like parents who dislike seeing their children spoiled by the grandparents.

  • Ataahua
    Ataahua wrote:

    born to a whore n whoremaster at the same time? hahahaha we chinese are hybrid

  • Olaf G.
    Olaf G. wrote:

    Its a seious problem for monogamists... :)

  • Ataahua
    Ataahua wrote:

    jz 你夸我有张90后的脸?哈哈哈,看来我老板们把我的岁数改小是有眼光的

  • Undermoonlight

    Every country has got their problems~But the problem of all these problems is whether the people involved are allowed to solve(articulate, at least) the problems or not~We say that the US or other western countries is more advanced(politically and institutionally) than China--largely in terms of the forementioned fact~There is no social system that is perfect, but we believe that there will always be better ones~~Otherwise, what are we arguing for?~Another point I'd like to repeat is that the worship of smart people is the biggist obstacle to true democracy and the easiest way to human stupidity that has been manipulating the human race for thousands of years----religion, war, etc. all come out of it~~Mao Zedong used to be called the ultimate savior of the Chinese nation--let's not forget it...... 

  • Simen Wangberg

    "the worship of dumb people is the biggist obstacle to true democracy"

    Sorry, you had it backwards there, for a minute. At least, that's part of the reason why the United States is in such a pickle. People like Michelle Bachmann and Sarah Palin are viable political candidates. This sucks.

  • Simen Wangberg

    I actually think it's kind of gone beyond the media being controlled by large corporations - I don't doubt that that continues to happen, but I mean...okay, take someone like Sarah Palin.

    Tons of media outlets in the States have exposed how retarded she is - but that's actually had the effect of galvanizing her potential voter base.

    I genuinely believe that there is a cult of stupid-worship in the States at this point. It is "cool" to be a moron. People who are born middle/upper-class in the United States have no excuse to be stupid - the resources are there, the information is there. You don't have to be dumb if you don't want to be. But that's the road people are choosing.

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    "That's why we must have checks and balances to GET RID of them when everyone realizes they're dumb"

    That's not what checks and balances means. You're talking about accountability in a broad democratic sense. Checks and balances refers to the separation of powers between the three branches of the U.S. federal government.

    gb2civics comparative political science

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

    ...

    (continued) ... time for a stupid question ... Captain is not American??

  • Ola Sande
  • Undermoonlight

    It' not that I had it backwards, but that you do not have that kind of profundity that only belongs to the persons who have certain life experience and have been doing much thinking about life and humanity~It's the worship of smart people that lead to extremist behaviors, of which, even more horribly, the "people" who have been manipulated are unware~~ 

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    It's the worship of smart people that lead to extremist behaviors

    Fix'd

  • Undermoonlight

    Tell me, if certain people are not smart, how can they manipulate stupid people, esp. stupid yet enthusiastic youngsters like Micheal, to worship them?~

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

    ...

    Hahahahaha ... my fellow worshippers ... shows thyself ...

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

    。。。

    Hahahahaha ... let me let me ...

    Ans: none ... because by international standard, it is not a train system ... on the other hand, by international sub-standard, none, because they are always not responsible ...

  • Jenny&King
    Jenny&King wrote:

    hehe fix the train brain?

  • Fabian Kollen
    Fabian Kollen wrote:

    Because I pay money to the government to fuck me, and I have to pretend I love being fucked.

    Good thing is, me no only one.

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------

    Yup, it's not only you, I'm by ur side.

    This is the world biggest fucking around movement, all members are more than 1 billion, and we all got been fucked for so long fking time!

    I heard that the biggest rapist was called Mr.He Xie.

  • Jenny&King
    Jenny&King wrote:

    Fix theM, I will use the Bird Gun 鸟抢 to shoot the birds , and when Police come i will tell them , i am  just shoot the one who shoot the birds.

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    @Undermoonlight, Complaining about the worship of stupid does not mean that the person complaining worships intelligent people, although it is rather clear which one is the lesser of the two evils.

    Except, I suppose, for people who "have certain life experience and have been doing much thinking about life and humanity," which I guess is some sort of a low-calorie substitute for actual intelligence.

  • Jenny&King
    Jenny&King wrote:

    Are you kidding me , you are the !!! 111 again ?           spoon kills  me !

  • Tedd Aspen Stensløkken

    发这种文章的人,估计没去过欧洲美国更没去过非洲印度

    等有机会出去走走就知道,做中国公民不是最好的,但是至少比80%的其他国家的人民好多了。

    中国最不缺的就是楼主这种人,总是一种卑贱的心态看世界,去哪里都混不好。

    开口动不动就“国外如何”、“国外人权多好”、“国外多自由”,自己去美国欧洲看看,你要是做了违反游戏规则的事情,警察抓你那是没商量的。

    中国之所以不好,不是中国政府不好,而是中国部分人民的素质低下,因为如果他们中的一部分混进了政府和执政党,忘记了毛泽东的“为人民服务”的宗旨和意识,反而以为自己成了奴隶主,可以从事恶行了,这才是楼主这样人的真面目。

    中国需要改变的是人。

  • Tedd Aspen Stensløkken

    中国现在这样很差吗?

    你有什么不满意的吗?

    难道你要有贪污的机会才满足你吗?

    没事多照照镜子。

  • Tedd Aspen Stensløkken

    哈哈,太搞笑了

    漏油,不知道你是不是要找一下墨西哥湾BP漏油事件对比一下,刚好可以和世界第一强国对比一下,更能满足你的不满;

    高铁?欧洲某国高铁的附加费降价,原因很简单,因为太贵做的人少;至于铁路事故,你随手一搜,就可以知道近期世界各国都有铁路事故,中国的高铁又不是特列,和中国有什么关系吗?只能说一些中国人责任心有待提高,这不是你指责中国政府的借口!

    猪肉贵?是不是要出国体验一下西方发达国家人民的生活质量?叫你天天吃汉堡、三明治,我看你受不受得了?我倒是要你知道,是不是西方人就顿顿吃肉了?

    物价全世界都在涨,不单是中国,又美国这个吸血鬼,世界都不会过得好,你有本事可以对着美国去开炮,没本事,那就在中国活着。

    我想说的就是,与其在中国望梅止渴,一口一个国外多好,不如出去走走看看,没有对比永远不知道真相。

    我的意思就是自己长得丑不要怪镜子,你自己懦弱不愿意改变世界和国家,你也没啥资格对这个世界和国家积极瓦歪歪的。

  • Tedd Aspen Stensløkken

    真搞笑

    我有说中国很好嘛?

    我只是告诉你这个世界很现实,中国没查到你带不下去

    你要是不喜欢,可以换,这不正是你所期望的吗?

    中国的社会和政府也是中国人组成的,你提高你自己才是解决最终问题的关键,这个道理都不懂,有必要在这里唧唧歪歪吗?

    美国旧金山切断手机信号阻止民众集会抗议

    http://www.donews.com/tele/201108/572454.shtm

    没事自己了解一下世界到底是如何的,你到底想过一个什么样的生活,比没事把自己的矛盾推给社会和政府要强

    你对一个工业化只有60年的中国要求和一个已经工业化300年的英国一样,那也只能说你自己对自己的国家和世界一无所知,这不是别人的错,是你自己的错误,没知识更没能力去认识世界,这也是别人的错误吗?

    出国不出国都不是问题,问题在于你能不能去正确的认识世界。

    大连的事情,大连的人民当然要要康飞赔偿,但是我请问你一下,为什么康飞只被罚款20w?这背后的利益考量是怎么回事?

    你能不能解决这个事情,而不是拿着这个事情说三道四,有问题要解决,而不是转移,中国的官员素质需要提高,学会管理国外投资,同样中国的人民也需要懂得全球化自己的定位和发展,而不是在哪里张口闭口:国外如何。世界上不存在你心目的那个国外是桃花源。

  • Tedd Aspen Stensløkken

    最后说一句,在伦敦,每个角落都有摄像头,也就是说,你的所作所为都会被录像,如果你认为这个社会更好,我也很简易中国政府采取,社会理的每个人都要为自己的行为负责,这才是和谐社会的基础。

  • Tedd Aspen Stensløkken

    英政府考虑骚乱时关闭社交网站(图)

    http://roll.sohu.com/20110813/n316237107.shtml

    没出事的时候,自由民主嘴上挂;出事了,等绿化严重,估计种族清洗就会开始的,对一些人选择性的失明,我的理解就是明显智商有问题。

  • Tedd Aspen Stensløkken
  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

    。。。

    哈哈哈哈,跟医院联络一下,看看那家的病人,又逃跑出来了!

    人,确实是一个很怪异的东西!就像另外那个“爱情Vs工作”的帖,大家第一个反应,都是看见爱情负面的东西!这里也是一样!JZ其实没有说中国很不好,只是有他不满意的地方,但,却被理解为这个意思,然后就有人出来说国外怎么不好,然后,又一定有人出来说国内更不好!

    全世界都没有一个完美的国家,没有一个完美的社会制度,就像这个新的“婚姻法”,极其量也就只是:头痛医头,脚痛医脚!再不喜欢,也已经是法律,再不喜欢,也只希望下次修改,会做的好一些些,虽然,是有些渺茫!

    换一种说法:

    我不喜欢麦当劳,出来说麦当劳的怎么不好不好,就有人出来说,肯德基甚至永和大王其实也好不了多少,所以麦当劳怎么不好,也已经比他们好,就不应该说麦当劳不好!这些“废腑之言”,就算是我这个没有知识的人,都知道是用肺说出来的!嘻嘻,这个,只是一种说法,其实,说了,又怎么样?不让人说,但人家还是要说,又怎么样?

    八个字:清者自清,浊者自浊!自浊,自浊!

    中国人自己说,不打中国人,但为什么却做不出来?

  • Fabian Kollen
    Fabian Kollen wrote:

    中国所有的问题归根结底就是人口问题

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

    。。。

    哈哈哈哈,哈哈哈哈,哈哈哈哈,确实很有见地!

  • Tedd Aspen Stensløkken

    世界各国都有人口问题,中国的并不严重,重要的是把人口变成素质人口。

    印度在利用人口武器大规模的占领西方的高端职业和输出人口,这些印度人对西方社会已经有了很大的影响,比如很多抹黑中国的舆论就是他们造成的。

    不过很可惜的是,很多国外的中国人意识不到这点,一个是自身能力差,语言能力不行,不能适应西方的游戏规则,要么就是一些黄香蕉,不值得一提。

    所以人口好坏要辩证看待。

  • Undermoonlight

    Dando Z 单独子儿:The unworthiness of some foreigners like you is that you always treat respect and politeness as some kind of "worshipping"----it's even not cultural, but personal----you don't really understand life, but you continue to act like knowing everything~You've got personality issues, my young friend~~Shallowness cannot be disguised by some seemingly sensational words like "low-calorie substitute"----try to be modest and show somen gratitude when learning from others~~

  • Tedd Aspen Stensløkken

    跟西方人有什么道理可讲?

    什么都是得靠实力,尤其是中国人和中国,文化和西方不一样,人种不一样,他们看中国从来是骨子里有偏见,尤其是近百年来,对中国和中国人的歧视那是根深蒂固的。

    什么俄罗斯人更是了,这是一个恶邻。

    很多中国人幼稚的认为只要对人友好就行,好人有好报,他们完全不理解西方人的逻辑和文化,中国人应该学着对自己的国人更好,对外国人要严格要求。当然这得机遇中国依然可以继续发展和强大。

    就和英国的革命,他们怎么不按照报道中国的骚乱,阿拉伯世界的革命那个论点和逻辑来呢?从各个方面来看,英国都是个失败国家,不能自治,应该分而治之,至于印度那种叫做所谓的国家,早就该分成几十个小国家,这才是符合印度人民最大的利益和人权以及民主。

    这些人早就习惯了双从标准,不过可惜的是一些长得和中国人一样的人,对别人的偏见倒是言听计从,无知。

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    @Undermoonlight, Could it be, then, that Michael et. al. were never "worshipping" intelligence in the first place, but implying a sort of respectfulness and polite deference to institutionalized expertise?

    Nah.

    Couldn't be.

    It wouldn't be a profound insight unless it was uttered by someone who spends much of their time thinking about important stuff

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

    。。。

    哈哈哈哈,怎么“最后说一句”的,还没有到最后?

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

    。。。

    Hahahahaha ... we can try to make it happen :)

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    Let's not, and say we did.

  • Even Nygård
    Even Nygård wrote:

    @JZ: I think you mean you feel bad to be a peon. Every government fucks the people of its country. An aching rectum is a great reminder of who is really in control.

  • Virgil W
    Virgil W wrote:

    Well, I been fondled here as of late in anticipation of a gooood fuck! Same thing across the water.

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