Re: Chicomm v Chicomm Battle of the Bridge over the Yang Tze Many of them would end up like Fulan Gong inmates of The State. And like them, ending up donating organs to make a buck for the ChiComs.
Interviews of some Fulan Gong who were prisoners have noted that their "time inside" has included forced blood samples and other medical tests.
Many Fulan Gong are missing...
Less than 50 - not 50%, no: 5 X 10; 50 - of the over one billion ChiComs have volunteered to donate their organs - and the ChiComs sell many thousands of organs.
Suspiciously indeed - sometimes they do so on advance schedule.
"Ya need a B+ blood type kidney and are free next Friday? Sure - a little bump on the price if you don't wanna wait, but if you're really pressed for time, we can accommodate you. Are you familiar with our price schedule?"
Um - either they are killing prisoners per order - being able to match them to the customers needs, thanks to those medical tests - Or thousands of the right prisoners are dying right on time by coincidence.
Re: Chicomm v Chicomm Battle of the Bridge over the Yang Tze I assume people here remember this one: (Note, tis graphic)
I know they explained this culturally..
It's perceived that if you stop to help someone, and the person doesn't live, (or does and blames you) you'll be charged. After all, why would you be so eager to help, if you weren't motivated by guilt? <- (I'm paraphrasing an actual official)
Because supposedly, someone has to be held responsible.. for the books... So if there's speculation that might consider you at fault, you might be screwed.
Of course, some might frame it as the callousness of the current culture.
Re: Chicomm v Chicomm Battle of the Bridge over the Yang Tze It is the callousness of the Commie culture.
The ethnic Chinese that dominate Tiawan and Singapore are not like the Chinese in Red China.
The two guys Spud and I follow who both lived in China for many years, married Chinese wives and are still close to inlaws and friends they made over there explained in a vid that the callousness came from generations of the Red domination that tore up the old civilization of China that had lasted so long.
That old culture still heavily influences many ethnic Chinese all around the world - if they didn't come from Red China.
If so - watch out. No telling what weird lapse of what we would think everyone should do would show up.
Not to mention how they may have been co-opted as spies! Students most definitely included - and we have many thousands of them.
Re: Chicomm v Chicomm Battle of the Bridge over the Yang Tze Yeah, Serpentza.
I just saw one of his videos when I posted that. I've seen some stuff from them, when they were motorcycling around telling stories of their (and other's) experiences.
(And some you guys posted)
There was one I saw, of a guy who started a successful magazine in China, and the government pretty much took it from him, thanking him for teaching his Chinese colleagues the business and his contributions to Chinese cultural progress, but they were pretty much taking it over, because he was a foreigner.