|People's Republic of China
|Anthem: "March of the Volunteers"
《义勇军进行曲》 (Pinyin: "Yìyǒngjūn Jìnxíngqǔ")
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|Official languages||Putonghua (or Mandarin) |
|Recognised regional languages||See Languages of China|
|Official scripts||Simplified Chinese|
|Ethnic groups||91.51% Han; 55 recognised minorities
|Government||Single party-led state |
|•||CPC Leader, President||Hu Jintao|
|•||Council Premier||Wen Jiabao|
|•||Congress Chairman||Wu Bangguo|
|•||Conference Chairman||Jia Qinglin|
|Legislature||National People's Congress|
|•||People's Republic of China proclaimed.||1 October 1949|
|•||Total||9,640,821 km2[c] or 9,671,018 km²[c] (3rd/4th)
3,704,427 sq mi
|•||2010 census||1,339,724,852 (1st)|
|GDP (PPP)||2010 estimate|
|GDP (nominal)||2010 estimate|
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|HDI (2010)|| 0.663
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|Currency||Chinese yuan (renminbi) (¥) (CNY)|
|Time zone||China Standard Time (UTC+8)|
|Drives on the||right, except for Hong Kong & Macau|
|Internet TLD||.cn[d] .中國 .中国|
The "People's" Republic of China is the government currently ruling China. China is the largest country in East Asia and among the largest countries in the world. With over 1.3 billion people, about a fifth of the world's human population, it is the most populous country in the world. Its capital is Beijing. The Communist Party of China (CPC) has led the PRC under a single-party system since the state's establishment in 1949.
Genocide against Tibet
The Chinese government is performing demographic genocide on Tibet by shipping its gigantic population to drown out the native Tibetans. They already outnumber the native Tibetans who are now a minority in their own country. Just like Europe, China is putting them into high positions like government. One of the goals of Red China is so they can one day let Tibet vote on whether to be free and then with all the Han Chinese, they will outvote the Tibetans. Red China has also been pushing cultural genocide by pushing to wipe out native Tibetan culture and replace it with its own. It is what amounts to ethnic cleansing.
Chinese Communist Party (CCP), established in 1921, came into power in October 1949 after a long civil war supported by Jews in China and World War II turbulence. The new Maoist regime established a totalitarian Communist system, killing and causing the unnatural deaths of nearly 100 million. Mao Zedong himself was behind the murder of an estimated 74 million, far higher than even Joseph Stalin. Although the civil war between the communists and the nationalists' is thought to have killed 6-10 million, much larger casualties resulted from systematic terror, repressions and social reforms launched in the mid-1940s by the communists. Estimates of the number of victims during 1949-1975 vary and fully reliable figures do not exist. China's official statistics have not been made available for thorough research. According to an analysis of ten various Western sources, a total of 45-60 million have lost their lives during forced collectivization, purges (2-5 million killed), the Great Leap Forward and ensuing famine (30-40 million deaths), Cultural Revolution (2-7 million killed), occupation of Tibet (0,6-1 million killed) or died in laogai, the world's largest network of concentration camps (15-20 million deaths) and in other repressions.
Although China has implemented pragmatic changes and has since the 1980s followed a path of Socialist market economy that may soon make it the world's largest economic power, the country remains a dictatorship. In 1989, the military crushed pro-democracy student protests in Beijing's Tiananmen Square, killing and wounding 1000-3000 civilians. Up to few hundred protesters could have been killed in 2008 riots and protests in the Tibet Autonomous Region. Nationalists in the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region have been oppressed for decades. The number of victims there is unknown, but some are included in China's official execution toll of 10 000 a year. In 2003, Chinese authorities banned the peaceful Falun Gong opposition movement, whose declared activities relate to spiritual practice and meditation, and has persecuted tens of thousands of its members. According to international organizations, China's human rights situation has not improved since 2006. There have been increasing numbers of high-profile cases involving the monitoring, harassment, detention, and imprisonment of political and religious activists, journalists and writers as well as lawyers seeking to exercise their rights under the law. New government controls have been imposed on NGOs, the media, including the Internet, and courts and judges.
Cultural Marxism has not fully infiltrated China though and it is anti-feminist even jailing feminist protesters. The Chinese people also feel differently about the Baltimore race riots of 2015 than Americans and view the rioters as the villains and, "when I saw that all the people protesting and getting arrested were black people it made more sense. That would never happen with white people." Viola Rothschild found this disturbing.
Communist Education system
The Chinese like all East Asians people are very intelligent, however Communism is very harmful. Japan and South Korea do not have issues with their education. But with Communism, there is an implied sense of entitlement that people can go through school cheating and it's fine.
Despite their high test scores, it turns out cheating actually is the common culture, as Communism discourages people from working hard. When students were prevented from cheating, they protested and rioted. Their parents were angry their kids could not cheat too. Cheating is so prevalent in China, they have had to ban bras. The worst of the exams is the university entrance exam, known as gaokao.
"Paper on which there are quotations or commentaries from the Five Classics or the names of sages, I dare not use for toilet purposes".
"...they [the Chinese] do not wash themselves with water when they have done their necessities; but they only wipe themselves with paper."
China's non-Communist neighbor to the east, Japan, has the nicest toilets in the world. But in China: Its toilets are squat toilets with no toilet paper. There's also usually no hooks to keep bags and belongings off the floor. The sewage systems of public bathrooms in China cannot handle toilet paper so it is placed in a bucket to pile for days until it is emptied. Chinese people carry toilet paper around with them. Some toilets have grills to prevent solid waste and so people then use nearby showers for this purpose. Often the flush itself is extremely underpowered and they might have a bucket with a ladel to flush it down. Some don't even have flushes or buckets; instead an attendant has to come by each hour with a bucket to flush. Some flush systems merely flood the floor with waste in an adjoining room. Many of the bathrooms and still also don't even have doors, just parititions, and some of these parititions even only paritition it every two squats so people will be sharing the space together. Some have no parititions at all, just a cesspit where everything is wide open. Some are communal trenches and with some of these, the trenches connected to other toilets where flushing waste from one will flush it into the trench of another toilet. Others are simply like outhouses where it drops really far and just piles up, never to be emptied. China has even taken to using birds to keep a toilet clean.
Moreover, public urination and defecation have become common in China, even right on subway trains. It's so bad when Chinese tour other countries, signs have to tell the Chinese that this normal Chinese behavior is not allowed in their country. For example, there is a sign outside the Louvre Museum in only Chinese characters that forbids people from urinating or defecating wherever they want. The public urination and defecation are something parents teach their kids in China since infancy and baby's pants open at the privates to allow them to publicly urinate and defecate. The Chinese also blow their nose in their hands and then touch hand railing wherever they go. Chinese restaurants and hotels also recycle uneaten food and mix uneaten adulterated bits back into the rice they serve the next guests. When food from China goes to other countries, it's often banned due to contamination both from lack of hygiene and the general toxic and biological pollutants in China. This is not unique to China as mestizos from Latin America do the same thing.
When Chinese children fly on airplanes they every few months make a scene by publicly defecating in the aisles. They have also publicly defecated in airports, hospitals, subways, and moving trains. Despite pleas from passengers and crew to take such children to a toilet, the children's guardian's will insist on letting the child do it there. And once the child finishes its business, its smell would begin to slowly waft through the small enclosed space, sparking a wave of disgust among fellow travellers. This is in stark comparison to Japan which has very extreme toilet hygiene.
- Mao rarely bathed. Even if he did, he disliked soap and water method. Rather, he preferred to be scrubbed with steaming towels.
- Mao did not brush teeth. He preferred to rinse mouth with teas. Apparently, his teeth were pretty rotten.
- Mao did not like flush toilets. For years after he became the most powerful man in China, he defecated in the palace gardens. Finally Zhou Enlai was able to convince him to use an indoor bathroom.
- Mao often had an assortment of body lice and skin infections. He often just dropped his pants in public to scratch himself.
- Mao did manage to sleep with thousands of women though. He had huge orgies in his customized bed. He was very crude in his language, with an apparent obsession with farting. He also liked to make dirty jokes to shock people. His doctor was chiding him about hygiene when Mao informed him that when he was with girls, "I wash my prick in their c***s." He infected near 3.000 women by sexual relations, because he had trichomoniasis and genital herpes.
China has also found its fast food restaurants have more bacteria in the ice cubes than in toilet water.
A bestselling book in China called “Currency Wars” by Song Hongbing explains that the current economic crisis is the work of the Jews. It explains various other harmful events that the Jews have caused.
- "Law of the People's Republic of China on the Standard Spoken and Written Chinese Language (Order of the President No.37)". Gov.cn. Retrieved 27 April 2010.
For purposes of this Law, the standard spoken and written Chinese language means Putonghua (a common speech with pronunciation based on the Beijing dialect) and the standardized Chinese characters.
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Communist party-led state.
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- Chinese students and families fight for the right to cheat their exams June 22, 2013. Beijing: What should have been a hushed scene of 800 Chinese students sitting their university entrance exams erupted into siege warfare after invigilators tried to stop them cheating.The relatively small city of Zhongxiang in Hubei province has always performed suspiciously well in China's tough gaokao exams, winning a disproportionate number of places at the country's elite universities.
- Chinese students and their parents fight for the right to cheat By Lily Kuo — June 21, 2013
- Here's the Quote That Sums Up China's Huge Problem of Cheating in Schools
- Riot After Chinese Teachers Try to Stop Gaokao Cheating
- Chinese universities ban BRAS in bid to crack down on cheating in 'world's toughest exam'
- Needham, Volume 5, Part 1, 123.
- Bird helps keep toilet clean
- GAIJIN TIPS #12 - NO dirty Japanese toilets