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  • Sofian
    Sofian wrote:
    <p>a foreigner rapes a chinese girl at street in beijing ..!!</p> <p>http://pc.52pk.com/yule/5300912.shtml</p>
  • Man TianFei
    Man TianFei wrote:

    谁帮我翻译下,回答楼上那个傻B——Pete Mcbrostein (土豆泥)。。因为视频开拍的时候,事情已经持续一段时间了。她刚开始就一直叫救命,旁边站着几十个人,搞不清楚状况,以为是两情侣吵架,后面是发现她都叫到没力气,都放弃挣扎了,才发现事情不对,视频开拍,看着才像没挣扎。

  • Jay
    Jay wrote:

    Embarrassment is a major understatement , the son of a bitch deserves to die !!!! What a douche !!! 真tm 臭傻逼老外!!!弄死他,畜生!!!

  • Saint - Spartacus

    the only point is who is stronger , always the same shit ah ?

  • Jay
    Jay wrote:

    @Pete , way to go man , I totally agree with your sentiments @Martian : Dude you amaze me with your choice of words, stick to the damn topic , this fool had the audacity to rape a girl in the public with such impunity ,the dude deserves the beating he got and more. His actions is a disgrace to the "laowai community" and hence its deserves strong-worded condemnation. I wonder how u can relate the incident to "enjoying the misfortune of others"? Its even stupid that u compare "RAPE" , to domestic violence, infidelity , red light district and the sort , what has that got to do with anything? The douche bag committed a serious crime and I hope he rots away in jail for a very long time .

  • Jay
    Jay wrote:

    Lets not play the race card, Lets just condemn the DB and his actions !!!

  • Saint - Spartacus

    red light district .. eh ~ i remember in amsterdam , nearly 20h , there lots of 8 years old child with there parents go around red light district just for talk a walk. little boy pass in front of so many naked woman , is that weird ? little baster douchebag ? ha ha ha ha . question : who had ever visited the jail in china ?

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    Chinese media--professional and social alike--have no respect for women, as evident by the lack of a mosaic to hide the victim's face. For the person who recorded and uploaded this video, showing her vivid expression of disgust and violation was more important than protecting her identity.

    It appears to me that the woman is not an unwilling participant, as she has her legs wrapped around him and you can see her grabbing at something near the man's waist at 0:10. And the fact that the camera jumps from a man taking the laowai aside to talk to the aftermath of a beating tells me that the guys who administered that beating didn't do so justly. I think they were working with this woman and using her as bait to try and extort money from this douchebag.

    BTW: MOST VICTIMS OF RAPE KNEW THE RAPIST PRIOR TO THE RAPE

    The rapist is usually a friend, family member, or acquaintance of the victim. Far less often is it some drunken tourist like this one.

    And if you DO happen to see a guy flashing his dick to women on the subway, do something about it before a group of moronic vigilantes rape bait and sucker punch him into submission. This guy is going to be let go with a slap on the wrist, because all that this lynch mob mentality accomplishes is to demonstrate the utter incompetence of the Chinese criminal justice and law enforcement institutions to prevent rape.

  • №❶ Passioη

    The main headline is:

    "British Man Beaten Up For Sexually Assaulting Chinese Girl"

    The footage doesn't show how it started or why the girl is not vigorously resisting (not blaming the girl though but the only reason I believe it's a rape is that a Chinese girl would not wanna have sex with a LaoWai in the middle of a public road in China, Apparently). The video is also edited to show as much an asshole as the "LaoWai" could possibly be in the situation, complimented with 'Chinese heroism' (many against 1)...

    I or / and even the "raped girl" would agree - that guy had enough being beaten to unconsciousness. Stirring up Anti-LaoWai sentiments for one asshole's action is really too far to go.

    The Brazilian hero who was brutally beaten up by Chinese in the south for stopping Chinese thieves didn't win a bigger medal than the shame this drunk Brit asshole caused himself in Beijing

    And I agree with Jorrit up there. If this rapist was Paki / Black or whatever is commonly excluded from the Chinese sexual obsession sphere, the story would have carried some religious / racial delusion.

    So much for putting all eggs in one basket...

  • Pavoir Sponse
    Pavoir Sponse wrote:

    Alesha, I don't think people people are trying to defend him per se. They are challenging the veracity of the video.

    The whole thing looks suspicious.

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    Is there a Drunk Laowai Rapist Beaten Up: Director's Cut that I haven't yet seen? Because some of the events Alesha describes are not in any of the three minute videos I've seen.

    I think if the blogger(video uploading)edited the video with mosaic on the girl and laowai's face , people won't believe its authenticity.

    First off, no one in this thread said anything about putting a mosaic over the laowai's face. Legal authorities might insist on doing so, as he is a suspect in an investigation and not yet proven guilty, but censoring rape victims' identities is not done for legal reasons but for moral and social reasons, because rape victims have been and continue to be traditionally stigmatized. Women who get raped are far too often blamed for the crime. "She shouldn't have dressed like that." "She was drunk, so she was asking for it." These ugly sentiments are shared by Communist, Christian, and Muslim societies alike. This is why rape victims' identities must be hidden.

    Second, why would protecting the woman's identity inspire disbelief, instead of just reassure the audience that the vlogger is doing this to protect women rather than to encourage racism/sexism? After all, so many people are willing to jump to the conclusion that this was an attempted rape based on 15 seconds of blurry video footage. When compared to the events that the vlogger left out--the events he either failed to record or deleted during the editing process--would doing the victim the simple courtesy of protecting her identity really diminish credibility?

    The blogger said he upload this video wants to let more people to know this occurrence and hope police could handle it well with such tangible proofs

    I agree. The vlogger was right to let more people know about vigilante justice with Chinese characteristics. If these cowards didn't beat the shit out of the idiot, the police might actually be able to punish him, and he wouldn't be made to look like the victim of mob violence. Now he'll just end up being deported.

    tl;dr, China's hate for drunken foreign men who violate their women is greater than its love for its women.

    Happy Mother's Day.

  • Pavoir Sponse
    Pavoir Sponse wrote:

    Here is the Global Times story on this.

    The first man to approach the foreigner is on the record, "After I grabbed his neck and saw he's a laowai, I felt more obligated to save the girl,"

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    but can clearly get the last word"ok?" for an advice tone of voice, (VIDEO STOPS HERE) and then the laowai didn't hear but beat that Chinese man first on head which triggered roar and violence because of laowai's attitude.

    All that shit in italics is shit that is not in any of the three versions of the video I've encountered (one linked from the "Rape...?" topic yesterday, one on ChinaSMACK, and one on MinistryofTofu).

    didn't noticed the laowai beat the man when I first saw that video clip until I heard that man shouted "he beat my head",then I checked it again, I saw that laowai shook his fist in a flash.(0:21)

    Physical violence started before 0:18 and was not recorded; after the jump, the Chinese man is holding the laowai, who is trying to move away. We never see the punch to which you are referring, and we don't know if it was retaliatory. Then the Chinese man moved toward the laowai at 0:20, so if you want to demarcate the beginning of the fight at that point, the laowai still isn't the aggressor.

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    implying one is less obligated to prevent a sexual assault when it is perpetrated by one's countrymen

    ALL OF MY HATE

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    As I was saying, Alesha, is there any other version that you've been watching that we rabble don't have the privilege of seeing? I listed three sources of information. That seems like a plurality to me.

    I guess what I've been saying all this time is:

    link plz

  • Minger
    Minger wrote:

    tl;dr. No comment regarding this particular video, fact set, or the racial issue in general. I would just like to kindly request that guys please stop raping people. Thanks guys.

    I did see some disturbing comments above. There is nothing a girl can do to deserve being raped (unless she raped someone - I'm a big fan of retribution). I don't care where she was or what she was wearing or how intoxicated she was.

    That said, I wish girls would be more careful. Please remember that guys are generally awful creatures. My friend took a 黑车 home from some SLT club a while ago and the driver tried to kidnap her. He said he could tell she wanted it. Can girls please learn to carry knives?

  • Minger
    Minger wrote:

    Lovely. Ming promises do do something about this shit. And stab anyone who tries to blackmail him for it in the neck. Can I say that and still pass the bar?

  • NN
    NN wrote:

    Shame on the british guy also those ones who only just watched and not help.

  • Princesa Verdadera♥

    gosh.. some low-class foreign dudes should seriously take this as a warning. Of course I'd love to believe that almost no other foreign guy would commit this kind of awful crime as this one, but SOME foreigners should seriously rethink their intentions when making Chinese "girlfriends".

    Go find those easy girls else where but not here in China & stop overestimating yourselves already.

  • Ajantha Manohar

    Just 100 short years ago, the Chinese people started really hating all the foreigners, groups of guys started beating them up, government supported the beatings, and then 7 countries had to come in to Beijing and steal a bunch of stuff.

    As we can see, Skaught got a deep knowledge of chinese history by watching -55 Days at Peking-, an epic shitty hollywood movie.

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    oh wait! Maybe It was another Skaught´s failed joke.

  • Chloe Ding
    Chloe Ding wrote:

    操.. 傻B... 那是个人吗? 丫配当人吗? 居然在街上都敢..... 我简直无法用言语来形容我现在的愤怒...

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    Yeah I'm calling total bullshit on this whole scenario.

    unspeakable movements

    Trigger warning.

    penis obviously semi-erect

    How the fuck can the relative erectness of a penis be obvious through pants?

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    That said, rape is bad. Sexual assault is bad. Attempted sexual assault is bad. Attempted murder is bad.

    Being lewd on the subway is pretty okay with me, though.

    I think the reactions people make to the controversy are fascinating.

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    At the intersection of racism and sexism is a watershed of human misery.

    Enter Cleavon Little: "Where are all the white women at?"

    Why the fuck are you on about bash commands? You use Ubuntu.

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    Martian you seem like a very angry person for someone who is promoting no racism. Lets be a model for what we stand for, and not a walking hypocrite.

    posts misogynistic chanshit in another thread

  • Alex ^∞
    Alex ^∞ wrote:

    “Find yourself a partner if you have to go out at night,” said Jiang Yue

    good advice

    who also suggested women learn some self-defense skills to protect themselves.

    bad advice

    “There is no absolute safety, even in a crowded metropolis like Beijing”

    nonsense

  • pommie
    pommie wrote:

    The guy must be kicking himself for not thinking of that...

  • Miyo Gee
    Miyo Gee wrote:

    British,not surprised,aren't they always “gentlemanly”?

  • pommie
    pommie wrote:

    "All's fair in love and war"

  • pommie
    pommie wrote:

    How many grammar mistakes were in your last sentence, Icarus?

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

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    Hahahahaha ... have not really been paying much attention, to be honest, so, has he been sent back home? cut off any body parts or organs?

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

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    Hahahahaha ... is that all?

    With the "prejudice" already "implanted" in the minds of many Chinese, most of them cannot even tell the difference between Brits and Americans, many foreigners will now bear this ...

    The reverse would also be true should a Chinese, or Asian in general, commit a crime overseas, where a certain population has prejudice against Asian and dont really know how to distinguish ...

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

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    Hahahahahaha ... same for most countries including Chinese in China ...

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

    。。。

    Hahahahaha ... I agree, but I also think that the two are related to a large extent, for majority of Chinese ... look at Taylor, he is already making noise in the forum, against all foreigners ...

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

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    Hahahahahaha ... Taylor, since no one has asked to change to Chinese, I will reply in English ...

    No, I am not defending this piece of scum, but as far as I am concerned, he is not the only only in China or Beijing right now, nor is he the first one ever ... if you have studied your Chinese history, instead of just learning how to rhyme, you will surely note that such "behaviour" has been going on for more than a century in China, or across SE Asia, and obviously, not much as been done yet, or at all ...

    He is the result or bi-product of our weakness ... no matter how strong is China as a country, such behaviour will be allowed to continue if China does not stand strong as a race ... now, go back to your hole ...

  • Peter S 李贝勒

    http://www.thebeijinger.com/blog/2012/05/15/Are-You-Legal-100-Days-of-Checks-on-Foreigners-Begins-Today

    might be a consequence of what this UK guy did...

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

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    (continued) ...

    such behaviour has never been and will never be "allowed" in this country or anywhere else

    Tara, just because you have not witnessed it yourself, it does not mean that it does not exist ... and as boring as it might be, as I have suggested little Tail to go back to his Chinese history books, I would advise you to do the same ...

    You will probably learn that this is NOT just because China being "a legally loose country", it is more about that most Chinese, and in fact Asians, are (traditionally) afraid of mixing with the laws, even when they are on the right (correct) side ... but then, there are many exceptions as well, people who chose the laws even when they knew perfectly well that they are on the wrong side of it ...

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

    。。。

    (continued) ...

    protecting ignorance

    Hahahahaha ... and that's the "humor" of China's laws ...

  • Alex ^∞
    Alex ^∞ wrote:

    when a chinese national rapes or murder in the USA we just arrest the individual rather than do a crack down on all illegals.

    This is not an issue of logic and sense, it is an issue of knee jerk reactions and emotional childishness. (and racism)

    different culture I guess.

    different average level of educational, travel, media and art exposure, as well as experience with the "wider world" and other cultures I think are key here.

    when I read a report of one bad chinese rapes and murdes a woman, I think Jeez he is crazy, yet it does not change my respect for chinese people and belief that they are good citizens.

    You seem to be a somewhat rational and level headed individual. Do not expect the zombified "laobaixing" to be so.

    We are in China - mob rules. The aim of the party remains to be "MAINTAIN SOCIAL STABILITY AT ALL COST!!" They see anti-foreigner rumblings as a result of this messy video and feel that these need to be quelled, quenched, no less, with the blood of other (misbehaving) foreigners, to calm the backlash.

    Simply put, the brainwashed baying masses are calling for a foreigner human meat hunt, and the government can "only oblige" for fear of vigilante madness...like another boxer rebellion.

    What would be nice would be to see some news reports severely condemning anti-foreigner sentiment stemming from this incident, highlighting they many good foreigners that exist in China...but that would probably be seen as too "pro-foreign" at the moment and "may incite further violence" lol.

    @Lao Lee - Yes

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

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    Hahahahaha ... agreed ... which is why Hong Kong was, and still is, a favorite for criminals around the region ... you do crime, you will get to live, and perhaps do more when you come out ...

  • Alex ^∞
    Alex ^∞ wrote:

    Well done Skaught, you called it 7 nations before and I resisted the urge.

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

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    Hahahahaha ... so it is not just Chinese who read about this? or rather, many Chinese have forgotten about this?

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    Skaught obtusely references Boxer Rebellion

    It was funnier when I called the Eric Colwell witchhunt the "Boxhurt Rebellion."

  • №❶ Passioη

    And what if this rapist was Japanese?

    Would it be the general anti-laowai sentiment? or a pinch on historical wounds inflicted by the Japs?

    Would the Japanese Embassy play out the politics to let him off the hook so easily as this UK dude?

    Current affairs experts (DanDo, Sun), hop in...

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

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    (continued) ... Tara, where I came from, we were not taught to "hate", but we were taught not to forget about what happened in the past, or so we think ... it was little worms such as Taylor who made similar hate comments over one century ago, and it is sad to see that such worms still exist ...

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    @Dando: I'm actually still getting email complaints about that. No joke.

    Still? It was my understanding that the accusers had admitted to it being a farce.

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    @Passion,

    Despite the overarching narrative of 20th century historical conflict, I think Chinese people would understand that rape is a polite greeting in Japan. Maybe even toss him a comfort woman or two--as long as they're ethnic minorities or spinsters, that is.

    @CKT,

    we just think that any person commits crime, he ought to be punishied by law.

    And perhaps he could have been punished if he were permitted to commit the crime if someone hadn't preemptively punished him without regard for the law. But you don't really hear anyone calling for those guys' heads on a platter, even though we have some very good reasons to be suspicious of their motives for violent acts of vigilantism!

    I'm sorry but I find actual violence carried out by a group to be somewhat more reprehensible than the implicit threat of violence by an individual, relative levels of intoxication of either party notwithstanding. Especially when many people outside the group approve of their actions.

    ...

    Rape is wrong because it is real physical violence and spun of the same cloth as murder and assault, but it is more pernicious because it often goes unpunished (evidence and testimony are difficult for the law to gather) and most victims are women. But what's more, the threat of rape is a blunt patriarchal tool to control women and make them docile and obedient--it's quite evident in the various dictums to women to cover up their bodies to protect themselves from the depredations of strange men, or one participant's admission that he was "more obligated to help" when he realized the man was a foreigner (as if one is less obligated to prevent sexual assault by a non-foreigner!)

    But the reality of rape is that most of them are committed by family members, friends, or acquaintances of the victim. So, really, anyone who thinks foreign men constitute a special threat to the morality of this nation and the safety of its womenfolk are either motivated by virulent racism, or perhaps they are just stubbornly idiotic, but equally deserving of contempt nonetheless.

    Most of all, I think it's insulting to the Chinese people's collective intelligence to even begin to suggest that 100 days of heightened scrutiny of foreigners is an effective deterrent or preventative measure against rape.

  • Lanyan
    Lanyan wrote:

    It is a embarrassment to the foreigner, however, it's a bigger embarrassment for Chinese, i would say lots of foreigners here want to say this however they are hesitated to.

    So I would open this topic: What I am concerned is the scene: several people were rounding the raping site but nobody helped. It is so embarrassing and humiliating. Just as What Luxun told us almost 100 years ago that Chinese are like the sheep, indifferent, and what is worse, insensitive, confronted with the situation of citizens' suffering, no body would provide a help, they're just seeing.

    What the fking country, what the fking people!

  • №❶ Passioη

    @ Dando

    I was simply bored at work... thanks for your reluctantly presented historical 'analuses' BUT If this UK rapist was Japanese, he would NOT have been approached, filmed, or / and apprehended... cos he would have been believed to be Chinese, and any Chinese with such guts to rape girls in public would have been mistaken for a top CCP official's offspring, which would make him even more scary / untouchable... So I endorse this Chinese heroism somewhat to a degree of racism in agreement to:

    "he was "more obligated to help" when he realized the man was a foreigner (as if one is less obligated to prevent sexual assault by a non-foreigner!)"

    Somehow this rapist dude got the UK Consular playing ball to get him off the Chinese hook. Some westster up there kept talking about how strong the UK laws are (What is a strong law with weak enforcement!)... so a common question:

    Is this guy likely to be punished back home after he gets deported? NO? ... in fact, the UK authorities on the other side are likely to say: "Fuck that Raped Chinese Bitch"... Rape is an everyday thing in the UK.. and the least of the Country's problems.

    Welcome to reality

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

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    (continued) ...

    As stupid as I might sound, I cannot really believe that Rape is an everyday thing in the UK ...

    Has anyone got any evidence?

  • №❶ Passioη

    Oops, I forgot to mention the victims (mostly women) don't come forward to say "I got raped"... However, Google is your friend.

    Summary Statistics

    • Incidence: At least 47,000 adult women are raped every year in the UK. (fawcett society report 2007)

    That's actually more than a daily occurrence on the average

    Other sources are: http://www.rapecrisis.org.uk/Statistics2.php (Wales and England)

    Going by the credibility of these reports, it's right to conclude that most UK males are potential rapists... but since I'm not Chinese, I'm not inclined to make that generalization..

  • №❶ Passioη

    @ Ted - Imagine if you were the raped girl's Chinese Fiance, and made it to the scene?

    You'd consider he's just a Brit college boy with a stray hard-on. Just shake hands with him and walk away. Situations are easy to be analysed sanely when they do not affect you directly

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

    。。。

    Hahahahaha ... still "discussing" this?

    After all, as 兽兽 said, it did not get to the "rape" part, and being me, I am starting to wonder whether the Brit might just be over-dramatically "victimised" for being a whincy little flirt ... with the wrong girl, at the wrong place, at the wrong time ...

    So, whatever is (or was) the "crime", rape or no rape, the guy will get some punishment, one way or another, and now you guys are doing what?

    but since I'm not Chinese, I'm not inclined to make that generalization..

    Hahahahaha ... you have already generalised ... that Chinese like to generalise ... so pitiful ...

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    Folks calling for him to be "punished according to the law" after he was already punished extra-legally, or suggesting that he should have been beaten more severely are part of the problem. These people seem to think punishing rapists is of a higher societal priority than preventing rape or rehabilitating victims. It's fortunate that the man was prevented from doing more serious harm to the woman (the imminent threat of rape is as traumatizing as the physical act itself, so let's not split hairs over whether it was rape, half-rape, or sexual assault for a moment). It's unfortunate that instead of detaining him to be dealt with by the proper authorities, they beat the shit out of him.

    This sort of absolute incompetence on the part of legal authorities contributes to rapes going unreported. For every sexual assault by a stranger caught on camera, several women will be raped by family members, spouses, coworkers, or authority figures. And they have no one to turn to because the police and legal system are worthless.

    The alleged rapist is like Saddam Hussein, an impotent motherfucker. The thugs who beat him are like America, striking preemptively to prevent a dubious threat of terrorism. The implicit racism and sexism of only punishing rapes perpetrated by foreigners makes us as suspicious of their motives a la "blood for oil" slogans of anti-war protesters.

    The witness who said "He was making unspeakable movements with his penis obviously semi-erect in his pants" is a UN weapons inspector.

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

    。。。

    Hahahahaha ... Angry Bird - the Pakistan edition ...

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    On chinasmack there's a lively discussion on this dude being an ethnic pakistani or indian holder of a UK passport and how that matters for where the blame should go.

    jorrit:(you mother fucker how dare you take name of our country? we are not like you people.in western country you dont even leave your mothers,you sex with your mothers and sisters also,next time be careful and never take name of pakistani because he doesnot look like pakistani

    Fuck off, Moody.

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    you people

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    we will not tolerate this thing,

    You are intolerant, Moody. Don't speak on behalf of all Pakistanis. Every Pakistani I've ever met has been far more intelligent than you are.

    your media and you people always blame us,

    Nobody blamed Pakistan in this thread. Jorrit mentioned a conversation on another site where people pointed out that the man looked like he was from a central Asian ethnic group.

    now if you dare you will get a slap on your face

    You're not a tough guy but you play one on the Internet.

    and remember we are not afraid of you assholes,

    But you're afraid of anyone even mentioning the name of your country in the context of a controversial event.

    never dare to take our name,

    پاکستان

    What are you going to do about it?

    this thing can never happen in our place and if happen he would have been killed at the spot,so fuck off and never mess with pakistani people

    That's exactly the type of backwards vigilante mentality that we've been criticizing in this thread. Congratulations. You've made everyone else look a little less like racists and misogynists by comparison.

  • Alex ^∞
    Alex ^∞ wrote:

    Mudi, I heard about an interesting tradition from Pakistan, it is called honor killing. I heard you can kill a female in your family if she does something bad. Can you tell the board about this please?

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    you people

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    your womens can sleep with anyone,but in our place its impossible

    I've got nothing further to add besides that I am proud that I come from a society where rapes actually get reported to the authorities and respect is granted to the victims.

    Maybe I should have attacked the naturalistic fallacy implicit in Mirin's post instead of milking this lolcow.

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

    。。。

    Hahahahaha ... you were thinking Wonder Woman or Supergirl ...

    alt text alt text

  • Şerife
    Şerife wrote:

    women can sleep with anyone? sounds cool !haha

  • Andro Hoxha
    Andro Hoxha wrote:

    You shouldn't be focus on nationality, Ok it's a criminal a raper, but each country have its crap of foreign rapers. It just should be punish with chinese law's, the legal sentence can be death penalty with two or three years of forced labor.
    But i agreed, then i saw it, i felt ashamed to be foreigner in China.

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

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    (continued) ... yes it is real ... but, I dont see it going on for more than a few months at most ...

  • №❶ Passioη

    @ Uncle DD -

    you have already generalised ... that Chinese like to generalise ... so pitiful ...

    My statement means that if I was Chinese, there is a tendency I'd fall in the category of the stereotypical ones like Taylor... especially if i was from the south :P

    Doesn't mean Chinese are all the same....

  • №❶ Passioη

    ok, before you attack again... I'll add...

    'especially if i was from the south' means I may fall in the category of extremely superstitious ones blended with a tendency to generalise every negative thing they hear. What an ignorant person I'd be..

    Doesn't mean all Southerners / Cantonese are like this though (apparently you seem to be an exception). Just a fair speculation.

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

    ...

    (continued) ...

    My statement means that if I was Chinese, there is a tendency I'd fall in the category of the stereotypical ones like Taylor... especially if i was from the south :P

    Doesn't mean Chinese are all the same....

    You do know that this particular ship is sinking fast, dont you? And as far as I know, the poor little thing is not a southern Chinese ...

    if they ask you for it just say it is at home and call your boss to deal with it if the need arrises

    Perhaps because of where I came from, I see no issue of carrying an ID (passport) with me all the time, in fact. this has been in place in HK for more than 20 years, except that they dont hold prejudice about it ... i.e. regardless of race and nationality, you are required to carry a valid ID with you at all time ...

  • Alex ^∞
    Alex ^∞ wrote:

    "papers please" (said with chinese rather than german accent)

  • Alex ^∞
    Alex ^∞ wrote:

    I mean seriously, it is a visa check.. not a nazi culling.

    today, visa check. tomorrow............................BR II?

    lol..srsly tho - everything is nice and polite and BANAL until the shit hits the fan, then the sheep are all like "baaaaah didnt see that coming...baaaah"

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

    ...

    (continued) ... X Men - the Bottom Class ...

    Floating, what happened? Did your friend stay longer than legally allowed? Or had he made the daughter of some top government officials very angry?

  • Alex ^∞
    Alex ^∞ wrote:

    daughter of some top government officials very angry

    you mean very happy....and very pregnant

  • Alex ^∞
    Alex ^∞ wrote:

    Thanks for a good laugh

    lol Tara, its not a joke!

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

    ...

    (continued) ... Plus or Minus ... if she is very pregnent, he would be brought back on the first available flight, right?

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    In yet another United States of Asia moment, Beijing has become Arizona.

    Is it too conspiracy theorist to link all of this is backlash from the major butthurtedness of the blind activist situation?

    Not in the slightest. I'd definitely heap South China Sea shenanigans onto that pile of warm dicks, though. They just announced a "routine ban" on fishing below the 12th parallel. I think this is only the tip of the iceberg.

    Here's a minor footnote in this epic tale of utter buttdestruction from our office:

    Now China is seeking an economic transformation, and the United States is in urgent need of economic revival, which made this year's China-U.S. Strategic and Economic Dialogue fruitful

    There you have it. Diplomatic progress was enabled by the Amerifats' dying economy. The propagandists are out for blood now.

    If you followed Occupy at all, you saw that critics crying "rape" proved an extremely effective smear tactic.

    Fuck me sideways with a truncheon and casually pepper spray my faggoty face. You're on a roll today, Scooter.

  • Alex ^∞
    Alex ^∞ wrote:

    Plus or Minus

    +1

    if she is very pregnent, he would be brought back on the first available flight, right?

    Wrong

    Please keep laughing, Tara, so I can have faith that not everyone is out to kill us these days.

    Yes.

    casually pepper spray my faggoty face

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  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    Alex correctly apprehends meme

    alt text

  • Alex ^∞
    Alex ^∞ wrote:

    gnome talks with the aid of a gnome

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

    ...

    (continued) ... heehee ... bouncy bouncy ...

    I was just thinking, would China go back to the "zone system" from a century ago ...

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    beard talks with aid of dwarf

    FTFY

  • Alex ^∞
    Alex ^∞ wrote:

    k...lol

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    Fund it.

  • Andro Hoxha
    Andro Hoxha wrote:

    I found it :

    http://www.chinasmack.com/2012/stories/chinese-student-rapes-woman-in-us-parents-try-to-bribe-victim.html

    But i found it too...

    http://womensstudies.homestead.com/rape.html

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    Wouldn't that be double jeopardy? Hadn't he already received vigilante justice in China? I don't think the video contained sufficient evidence of sexual assault, and without the victim's testimony, he couldn't be punished in the UK.

    People who are still calling for his blood make me sick. You're less interested in affirmatively preventing rape than in trying to prove you're a different class of individual from the rapist. And you're not. Anyone with a functioning dick is potentially a rapist.

  • Alex ^∞
    Alex ^∞ wrote:

    The most sad thing is,most of em just stood there, they did nothing to stop this.

    lol wut?

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    You might actually be onto something, @Edie.

    Allegedly, the foreigner was trying to show his dick to subway passengers. If those spectators hadn't just stood there and allowed it, and instead turned him over to the subway cops, he wouldn't have even had a chance to assault the woman in the street.

    Instead of affirmatively preventing rape by punishing him at the first sign of indecent behavior, people waited until they could catch the man on video with a woman sobbing "bu renshi ta!". They were more interested in watching a foreigner getting beaten in the street than preserving the woman's safety, as evinced by the lack of mosaic censorship over her face to protect her identity.

  • Alex ^∞
    Alex ^∞ wrote:

    as evinced by the lack of mosaic censorship over her face to protect her identity.

    This is only evidence of lack of concern for protecting the identity of the woman, but I agree with you that yes, the onus is on reveling in the delight of retribution and the promotion of some kind of 'entertaining spectacle' rather than ensuring safety of victims or potential victims.

    Again, an entirely selfish attitude which displays a "what can I milk out of this situation" type of mindset I am all too familiar with having lived here for a while. Shame.

  • A豆腐
    A豆腐 wrote:

    Does anyone have any updates on this matter?

    The chinese justice Is very busy right now....

    Taiwanese Playboy Drugged, Raped & Filmed Celebrities & Models

    Taiwan’s Li Zongrui (aka Justin Lee), the son of wealthy former Yuanta Financial Holding Co (元大金控) board member Li Yueh-tsang, was recently arrested for allegedly drugging and raping over 50-60 women, including several famous models and actresses. Li had recorded each of these trysts and filed them on his computer (specifically 178 photos and 93 videos of 883 minutes of footage totally 27.5 GB filed in 48 different folders), with several of his videos and pictures being leaked to the internet over the past month. Before being arrested, Li was on the run from police for over 20 days. [...]

  • Alex ^∞
    Alex ^∞ wrote:

    Li Zongrui (aka Justin Lee)

    aka fucking idiot...

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