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Previous entry: Shoddy Chinese classrooms?
Monday May 19 2008

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Idiots in the nicer parts of the nice countries say that violence, cruelty, compulsion etc. are not merely nasty, which they are, but ineffective, which they are not.  Given the objectives of those being nasty, nastiness, again and again, works.  If it didn’t, it wouldn’t be nearly so widespread, or nearly so difficult to argue against.  Even those subjected to it have a horrible tendency to believe that it was good and necessary.  And, of course, to pass it on.

To be in the PLA is an honour, the men do this for their own good. They do it in their will, they are proud to be of the PLA thus have their heads up high.
THere is nothing wrong with having pins to remind you to keep your head up as you are proud to be a chinese soldier and serve the people.

You no nothing about it so quite making stupid bs articals

Posted by Communist support on 27 March 2009

you know wut, i agree with communist support, the person who posted before me.

guys, he wasnt forced to do that. he did it because he’s proud of being a soldier of his powerful country.

and only inconsiderate idiots with too soft of minds would consider this “cruelty.”

just like the kinds of people who fight for animal rights, for the freakin chickens that we’re gunna freakin eat in just a few hours. why treat it so nice if ur gunna freakin stuff it in ur mouth… -.-”

i dunno, just thought id bring that up too haha

Posted by David on 20 April 2009

I may like communism, but this dus look nasty.

If he did it himself, he’s dumb.

Remember, Communism supports the individual, only Fascists would do it for their country.

Posted by Burnsy on 08 July 2009

Communist support, [sigh], that’s all I have to say to you about your post.

Posted by Logic Prevails on 04 September 2009

I never like communism. It destroyed my country once. The soldier there is pretty stupid. How come you do your job well if you do it with great fear? Nazi broke down, USSR too. I don’t think communism will last forever. Democracy is the best!

Laptop computers

Posted by Mia on 02 October 2009
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