China News Thread


Kaine

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Where are their guns? That suit looks like it would be difficult to draw a pistol
Keep in mind that these photos are taken from the front. They probably had them behind them or on the side. I doubt that the whole suit is the same from all the sides
 

Bellum_Romanum

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Ouch... The lack of trust is strong with this one.

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I was just telling my GF about this guy's reporting because if am not mistaken that guy is from the German funded media called DW news. While I was watching his reporting there's a clear angle the dude was trying to go with the narrative implying that the government isn't forthcoming with the number of deaths eerily reminiscent of the Wuhan virus victims being more than what the Chinese government was admitting to have. If this guy isn't being careful a lot of Chinese people will tear him to pieces and that he may even need protection from the state security to protect himself from the anger of the Chinese people he pretends to care about.

The DW news reporting is in stark contrast with the reporting it did for the German flood which was made with great care, objectivity, humanity, and was fair on their government actions and inadequacies. Even though the most heavily affected area of Germany has yet to have their electricity restored even though it's already been a week has gone by.

Western reporting isn't objective anymore; they try to look for the worst possible scenario, worst possible area and with some citizens that are too emotionally distraught interpret their grievances and show back to their respective western audiences how supposedly corrupt, incompetent, and pretend that what's needed in China is batshit democracy and human rights as if these 2 ingredients would have magically spared Henan province from the ravage of nature or that the godly response time being exercised by all levels of Chinese government would have been better which is LOL.
 

KampfAlwin

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I was just telling my GF about this guy's reporting because if am not mistaken that guy is from the German funded media called DW news. While I was watching his reporting there's a clear angle the dude was trying to go with the narrative implying that the government isn't forthcoming with the number of deaths eerily reminiscent of the Wuhan virus victims being more than what the Chinese government was admitting to have. If this guy isn't being careful a lot of Chinese people will tear him to pieces and that he may even need protection from the state security to protect himself from the anger of the Chinese people he pretends to care about.

The DW news reporting is in stark contrast with the reporting it did for the German flood which was made with great care, objectivity, humanity, and was fair on their government actions and inadequacies. Even though the most heavily affected area of Germany has yet to have their electricity restored even though it's already been a week has gone by.

Western reporting isn't objective anymore; they try to look for the worst possible scenario, worst possible area and with some citizens that are too emotionally distraught interpret their grievances and show back to their respective western audiences how supposedly corrupt, incompetent, and pretend that what's needed in China is batshit democracy and human rights as if these 2 ingredients would have magically spared Henan province from the ravage of nature or that the godly response time being exercised by all levels of Chinese government would have been better which is LOL.
The impression I got from Western netizens regarding the floods in China was that they expect the gov't to have godlike powers in handling this disaster. Any less and it's an affront to humanity.

Example, during the first 24hrs of the flood, about 20 deaths were initially reported, they said it was faked numbers even though there wasn't enough time to count all deceased... and the flood hasn't subsided then...
 

Bellum_Romanum

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The impression I got from Western netizens regarding the floods in China was that they expect the gov't to have godlike powers in handling this disaster. Any less and it's an affront to humanity.

Example, during the first 24hrs of the flood, about 20 deaths were initially reported, they said it was faked numbers even though there wasn't enough time to count all deceased... and the flood hasn't subsided then...
That's what am saying. These western m...s really irks me to no end it's like they both expect the Chinese government to do the impossible and then fail at the same time because they are "evil commies" f..ng ridiculous
 

Bellum_Romanum

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Western based reporters are now lamenting and imploring the Chinese people not to treat their western biased, anti-China, anti-CPC reporting negatively. What the heck is the matter with these westerners and Chinese loving westerners? Do they assumed that the Chinese people must read and readily accept the constant barrage of lies and alternative reality it wants to hoist over the people who knows exactly what's happening in their country far better than these western ideologues disguised as "journalists" which acts more like "propagandists" and seditionists.

 

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