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Q: Should I tell Chinese that I want to live there because i want to live in a Communist country?

So far of all the nations i have been to so far I love China and  Viet nam the most and like the USA and the Philippines the least.  A major reason i choose China is because i figure if I am pro Russia and North Korea I am not going to be highly respected in South Korea and Japan. Plus i tend to take China's stance when it comes to global affairs. I would rather a world dominated by Russia or China than by the USA or India. I figure my political ideology is more likely to clash in democratic countries. Plus if i do not like living in the USA because I hate Democracy why move to another Democracy. China is not a Democracy and there are no election there to annoy me. It is true that if i was offered the opportunuity for citizenship I would take it and attempt to become a member of the Communist Party

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please do, and let us all know the reaction

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Yes! You should tell as many people that you hate democracy and love communism. To thyne own self be true.

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 I was thinking ..., you should tell 'SAFEA's' "Standing Committee" you don't want to live anywhere else, but in vicinity ... of ..:

 

Is China's Massive Three Gorges Dam On The Edge Of Failure?

 

..estimated such an event could result in around half a million people being killed...

 

 

The massive flooding taking place in China continues, for some reason, this story has been widely ignored by mainstream media. It is important because China's massive Three Gorges Dam is in peril. If the dam fails there will be a staggering loss of lives and property. The Three Gorges Dam is around one and a half miles long and just over 600 feet tall. About 400 million people live downstream of the dam and apparently, no plans have been made for their evacuation.

The failure of this dam, which is the largest in the world, would have catastrophic consequences. It is estimated such an event could result in around half a million people being killed. The Asia Times reported several days ago that Beijing has admitted that its 2.4-kilometer Three Gorges Dam spanning the Yangtze River in Hubei province “deformed slightly” after record flooding. The deformation occurred last Saturday when waters from western provinces including Sichuan and Chongqing along the upper reaches of the Yangtze River peaked. At this, point the biggest concern is that rain continues and more is expected.

 

China's Three Gorges Dam

The company that manages the dam noted that parts of the dam had “deformed slightly,” displacing some external structures. Seepage into the main outlet walls had also been reported throughout the 18 hours on Saturday and Sunday when water was discharged through its outlets. Wang Hao, a member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering and an authority on hydraulics who sits on the Yangtze River Administration Commission, has assured that the dam is sound enough to withstand the impact from floods twice the mass flow rate recorded on Saturday.

It should be noted that Wang’s remarks stoked a volley of mockery after he said the flooding could be a good thing as the dam would only become more rigid the longer it was steeped up to its top. Below are three new YouTube videos outlining the severity of the situation and a link to a previous article about the Three Gorges Dam posted on AdvancingTime on July 19th.

All this circles back to highlight how decisions are made in China and the quality of construction, or lack of it, that is widespread throughout the country. Because of its size, the failure of the Three Gorges Dam would have broad ramifications for China's Communist Party and its reputation.

 

 

... 3 vids on the weblink ...

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  I ain't really sure what is this thread all about ... buTT ... 

 

Wuhan's 'Bat Woman' Demands Trump Apology As New Whistleblower Describes Early CCP Cover-Up

"Formulaic, almost robotic, reiterations of statements previously made by Chinese authorities and state media..."

 

JUL 29, 2020 11:45 AM

 

Dr. Shi Zhengli - the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) 'Bat Woman' who fell under international scrutiny in 2015 over her 'gain-of-function' experiments to make bat coronaviruses transmissible to humans - has hit back at accusations that COVID-19 escaped from her lab, and says President Trump should apologize for promoting the theory.

After taking two months to respond to a series of questions by Science magazine, Zhengli emailed the publication  answers which Rutgers molecular biologist, Richard Ebright, says are "formulaic, almost robotic, reiterations of statements previously made by Chinese authorities and state media."

Zhengli, whose answers were coordinated with the Chinese Academy of Sciences, which WIV belongs to, claims that she and her colleagues discovered SARS-CoV-2 in late 2019 in samples from patients who had contracted pneumonia of unknown origin. "Before that, we had never been in contact with or studied this virus, nor did we know of its existence," she wrote.

 

"U.S. President Trump’s claim that SARS-CoV-2 was leaked from our institute totally contradicts the facts," she added. "It jeopardizes and affects our academic work and personal life. He owes us an apology."

In April, the Daily Telegraph reported that Western intelligence agencies are investigating Zhengli, as well as her colleague Peng Zhou - over whether COVID-19 originated from a wet market, or whether the virus may have been an accidental release from their level-4 lab.

In mid-April, the Washington Post reported that the US State Department received two cables from US Embassy officials in 2018 warning of inadequate safety at Wuhan Institute of Virology, which was conducting 'risky studies' on bat coronaviruses, according to the report - which notes that the cables have "fueled discussions inside the U.S. government about whether this or another Wuhan lab was the source of the virus."

Meanwhile, Chinese virologist Dr. Li-Meng yan - who specialized in virology and immunology at the Hong Kong School of Public Health and fled Hong Kong in late April, insists COVID-19 was created in a lab, and says she's going to prepare a "very solid scientific report to show people how easily this can be done from the lab."

And lastly, a Chinese professor has accused the CCP of destroying evidence and delayed action in the early days of the outbreak - including evidence that COVID-19 is transmissible between humans, according to VICE.

 

Professor Kwok Yung Yuen

 

On January 12, Professor Kwok Yung Yuen diagnosed a family with the coronavirus in Shenzhen, 700 miles from Wuhan. Only some of the family members had been to the city where the COVID-19 outbreak originated, so Yuen knew immediately that he was seeing evidence of human-to-human transmission of the new coronavirus.

 

He immediately alerted the authorities in Beijing.

 

But it took eight days for Beijing to warn the world that the coronavirus, which has now killed almost 650,000 people and infected over 16 million, could be spread through human-to-human transmission.

 

Yuen, who spoke to the BBC show Panorama for an episode due to be broadcast later on Monday, was helping to investigate the outbreak in Wuhan in early January after other whistleblower doctors had attempted to raise the alarm in late December. -VICE

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"THIS IS A MUST WATCH VIDEO of a Hong Kong Dr/researcher who defected to USA and explains CCP actions vs their manufacturing of the Covid virus."

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ass kissers never get citizenship,or anybody else for that matter in China,

 

However if you are rich and can employ some Chinese slave labor to help the GDP in a substantial way, they will give you a permanent resident card, but you have to stay in the country 270 days of the year to keep it active.

 

Best of luck with your glorious pursuits.

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