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  • A豆腐
    A豆腐 wrote:
    <p>Another case of that horrible maxim: 'I killed her because she was mine'....</p> <p><strong>Young Girl Burned &amp; Disfigured By Son of Government Official</strong> <a href="http://www.chinasmack.com/2012/stories/hefei-girl-burned-disfigured-by-son-of-government-official.html">link text</a></p> <p>From Sina Weibo:</p> <p>@大鹏看天下: 2011 July 17th evening, Hefei city in Anhui province. When Tao Rukun, the child of government officials, was unsuccessful in his pursuit of pretty girl Zhou Yan, he charged into Zhou’s home, poured lighter fluid on Zhou Yan’s head, and cruelly lit it, shouting “die!” In a flash, Zhou Yan become a ball of fire, her ear even completely burning off!</p> <p>[...]</p> <p>As the victim lay in intensive care ward, Tao’s parents produced documents saying that Tao proactively tried to help and gave himself up, completely not in accordance with the objective truth, for Zhou’s family to sign. After Zhou’s family refused to sign, Tao’s side stopped paying for the medical fees. Unable to pay for the medical bills and already in debt for nearly hundreds of thousands of RMB in medical expenses, the victim had no choice but to be taken out of the hospital.</p> <p>Boy is “child of government officials”, parents high officials</p> <p>According to reports, Tao’s father and mother are high officials in the Hefei City Auditing Bureau and Hefei City Planning Bureau respectively. After the incident, Tao’s parents repeatedly requested that the victim’s family agree to Tao being released on bail, even shouting, “Whether you sign or not, I will still strive to to have him released!” Five months after the incident, the victim still has not had her injuries determined, and the case has been unable to progress any further.</p> <p><img src="http://img.chinasmack.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/zhou-yan-chinese-girl-burned-by-son-of-government-official-hefei-01-560x419.jpg" alt="alt text" /></p>
  • A豆腐
    A豆腐 wrote:

    And Im sure he will escape justice...

  • A豆腐
    A豆腐 wrote:

    And later in chinese tv series and movies, the villians are japanese and foreigners....

  • A豆腐
    A豆腐 wrote:

    [...] Yesterday, Tao Rukun’s father registered an account on Sina Weibo and posted a single message…

    From Sina Weibo:

    @合肥陶文: Apology: I am Hefei Auditing Bureau employee Tao Wen and as a result of failing to raise my son properly, my son Tao Rukun has caused irreversible harm and suffering to Zhou Yan and Zhou Yan’s family, for which I express deep remorse and also apologies to the masses of netizens. I will do everything I can to treat Zhou Yan. Tao Rukun has already been detained, the case is being handled according to law, and I will accept the judgement of the law. I absolutely will not evade the legal responsibility I must bear.

    [...] The special Youku section also features this poll. Here are the translated poll results (at time of publishing):

    What do you think is most urgent for everyone to do right now?

    Donate money to help Zhou Yan 42.3% 26416 votes

    Punish Tao Rukun 53.2% 33164 votes

    Have Tao Rukun publicly apologize 2.2% 1360 votes

    Other 2.3% 1442 votesTotal votes: 62382 votes

    What do you think is the main reason 17-year-old “child of government officials” Tao Rukun became so cruel?

    Poor parenting 47.5% 44184 votes

    This person is cruel by nature 15.2% 14104 votes

    Fostered by social conditions 36.1% 33567 votes

    Other 1.2% 1110 votesTotal votes: 92965 votes

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    What do you think is most urgent for everyone to do right now?

    Donate money to help Zhou Yan 42.3% 26416 votes

    Punish Tao Rukun 53.2% 33164 votes

    53% of netizens have fucked up moral priorities.

  • №❶ Passioη

    Shed a Drop of Tear!

    Finally, the need for more middle class to attain economic growth/stability, will become pressing enough to compel the benumbed to stand-up fearlessly against their oppressors. The anger of the weak and helpless will be felt in tears, sweat and blood. The oppressors will see it coming, will do what they're best at to stop it... but pain is stronger than comfort. The weak will fight. However, the oppressed will eventually lose the struggle... but will prove a point:

    This world belongs neither to the rich nor the poor. But to every who breathes this air and drinks this water, shares this time, there is a role to play. A role which affects the next person... And except a man assumes himself to be the next of which he is responsible for, that role will not be played diligently. If there is no respect, there must be fear. And if we cannot live together as equals, then we'll all fucken die together...

    To Hell With Them All!

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    Donate money to help Zhou Yan 42.3% 26416 votes

    Punish Tao Rukun 53.2% 33164

    53% of netizens have fucked up moral priorities.

    But if they had the choice: "Punish Tao Rukun by transferring all of his family's assets to Zhou Yan", I think you'd get around 95.5% approval. That's pleasing everyone but a conspicuously small segment at the top.

    But that's how the Chinese justice system works, anyway. It's based on the same flawed and dysfunctional retributive theory of justice as anywhere else, except the government arbitrates compensation from the violator, only giving the appearance of being concerned with restorative justice.

    So instead of just hiring a fuckload of attorneys to try to prove Tao's innocence, his family will also be hiring a fuckload of accountants to hide their assets when he is inevitably found guilty.

  • Jonas Ekeli
    Jonas Ekeli wrote:

    I'm not sure about this, but it gives me a feeling that chinese ppl now are showing more and more hatred of rich ppl and government, most of the time they don't even know what really happened, but instantly start to blame who's rich or work for the government, which I think is not fair and irresponsible... I'm not talking about this story, but a phenomenon I see...

    what I want to say is that, man, why not take some time to be clear of what really happened and then start talking, don't be fooled by some stupid news editors. If you can't find out the truth, then zip your lips. I'm not saying I know more than others do, but please be responsible...

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    @Scooter,

    idea for a socialist utopia comes from a dystopian novel

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    Granted that elimination of the institution of family was the one part of that society which was functional in comparison to our own, but... damn, cracker, they replaced it with a eugenic caste system.

  • Mari Vidste
    Mari Vidste wrote:

    @Skaught,

    the American rich and Chinese rich have become such good friends in working together to fuck the rest of us

    working together to fuck the rest of us

    to fuck the rest of us

    rest of us

    us

    Please don't include me in your ass-torn fag gaggle

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    @Conan thinks himself part of the i%

    Is it still false consciousness if the prole in question is experiencing an altered state whenever he is conscious?

  • Mari Vidste
    Mari Vidste wrote:

    Well, what do YOU call a group of weepy faggots? I call it a fag gaggle, because it kind of rhymes and because it accentuates the faggotry.

    And I don't think in terms of percentages. I guess I am part of the lazy few who have no energy for misdirected angst.

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