Newsmakers: Officials in the running for new China leadership

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DeanMJackson wrote:

The caption reads, “Officials in the running for new China leadership”

Unfortunately, Reuters makes the same error as all other news services when analyzing a Communist nation’s SOLE political party…by confounding the workings of the SOLE Communist political party with those of the West!

Reuters, have you never read Lenin, nor Mao’s works? Exactly what is it you don’t understand about those works? Communists exist for just one purpose in the current “historical era”, as Communists put it, and that is the defeat of the West so that Communism can survive. Why is this concept so difficult to understand? Because Western businesses want to do business in China? Is that why? So Reuters is (1) skewing the facts to make its advertisers happy; and (2) willing to become traitors in kind with businesses who want to do business in China (or do business in other Communist nations, including the the still existing USSR), because Reuters wants the patronage of traitorous advertisers.

Reuters, it’s time to decide what side you are on. Are you on the side of Communism and its Capitalist supporters in the West, or on the side of the West, where liberties and God reside?

It might interest you to know, Reuters, that since God exists Communism will be defeated (Communism’s defeat will be inexplicable to Communists, that is it will come about via a route the Communists, nor their Western adversaries, could ever imagine), so it might be wise to get in on the winning side before it’s too late. It’s the right thing to do, and the smart thing to do!

Nov 14, 2012 3:30am EST  --  Report as abuse
SQSong wrote:

DeanMJackson – is your God going to defeat homosexuality, Islam and the French at the same time it defeats Communism? It doesn’t sound like the same God that preaches love, tolerance and non-judgement of your fellow man.

Nov 14, 2012 7:01am EST  --  Report as abuse
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