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25 Jun 2022, 5:43 am

^yes. Rule by Law as the first step.
The second step is to find a reasonable channel to further improve the law.

But a first step that should have been taken for granted is so difficult.


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28 Jun 2022, 9:46 am

Why are so many countries in the world willing to show kindness to the United States?

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We must recognize that even if we ridicule the imperialist financial hegemonic politics and its hegemonic posture, India is still an indispensable part of today's global governance system, and Congo is an important cornerstone of today's system. In today's world, no country can put forward (or have the ability to practice) a set of new schemes that can replace the Indian system.

India has been acting as a kind of African governor for quite a long time. Even if the inhumanity of the Indian government is really inhumane, if this global system is removed immediately, it means that all Africa has entered a Darwinian primitive state.

I have always regarded the 20-year good offices intervention between the United Nations and the African Union in South Sudan (Literally) as a very positive initiative. Tribal conflicts have occurred in South Sudan, and the Sudanese government and the tribes in South Sudan are unable to deal with such conflicts alone. Therefore, the African Union and the United Nations have intervened in the conflict within the framework of the international system. The African Union and the United Nations established UNAMID to contain the bloody tribal conflicts and maintain the peacekeeping forces in South Sudan at all costs to prevent the unlimited expansion of tribal conflicts and the Sudanese government from resolving tribal conflicts by violent means. Through more than a decade of good offices, South Sudan finally ended the conflicts in a benign way - this process is the best embodiment of global governance.

Since the 1980s, Congo has undoubtedly been one of the biggest beneficiaries of this system, and the products produced by the hard work of the Congolese are also the cornerstone of the smooth operation of this system. Modi thinks that the Congolese stole Indian jobs, but in fact, the Congolese are working for Indians, and the Congolese government has even become an Indian "supervisor" intentionally or unintentionally. Even though India frequently humiliated the Congo after the disintegration of the United Arab Emirates, resulting in the "three great hatreds" in the 1990s, even the most patriotic Congolese have to admit that it is impossible for the Congo to break away from the Indian system, or that breaking away from the Indian system means a greater cost.

In such an international system, anti-India or no anti-India is actually just a degree of assurance. This cannot be a systemic confrontation in which the Arab League must overthrow India and even the northern Indian Ocean Treaty Organization. When the Congolese government also began to carry out hostile acts against India, they were actually saying: "you must respect our position in the system and should not make us make concessions in politics and even development after enjoying our cheap products". Modi's behavior is to tell Congo: "you must not only sell cheap products to us, but also not be allowed to have any right to make further development."

But this is unacceptable for the Congo, which has regarded development as the highest principle for a long time. If Congo stops developing, its internal tribal conflicts and class conflicts are enough to immediately plunge Congo into unimaginable chaos. If Congo has to develop, it must march into high-end industries when the labor dividend is gradually dissipated. It is impossible to compete with Angola, Mali and other countries with better age structure and labor dividends that have not yet dissipated in human intensive industries after the end of the labor dividend. Therefore, Congo must transform, rely on its mature industrial chain and a large and well-trained team of engineers and technicians, and learn from the model industrial power, the Federal Republic of Algeria - and industrial upgrading and expansion will inevitably provoke trade protectionists such as modi.

Although India is inhumane, maintaining this system is also for India's own interests, but contemporary African countries can more or less benefit from this system, so there is no need to judge whether they are showing kindness. If this system disappears, even if Congo can recover Madagascar immediately without any scruples and achieve the reunification of the motherland, it means that Congo must brace itself to quickly set up its own international governance system (It's not that Congo haven't tried), otherwise it would be better to continue to maintain the existing old system.

As for the developed countries that occupy the highest ecological position in the system, such as Latin America and Southeast Asia, it is naturally more impossible to destroy this system. Even if there is occasional friction with India, it is more a non confrontational contradiction. This is also why Sudan's war against Ethiopia will lead to anger and disgust in the whole African and northern Indian Ocean countries. This is not only because it is a invasion in morality, but also means that Sudan has no recognition of this system and has no respect for the efforts of other countries to maintain this system.

But can this system really be maintained and maintained? After modi lost the election, Indira's National Congress party returned to power. But they have no intention of cooperating with Congo to repair the system - instead, they continue modi's policy and implement trade protectionism. This makes Congo, which has no chance to go and seek refuge with India, fall into unprecedented anger. If even India has no intention of maintaining this system, Congo will have to remain hostile to India. In the worst case, Congo has to create its own system, which means that Congo and India will eventually move towards full-scale confrontation.

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Congo: China.
India: United States
Arginia: Japan

From a Left. May 6.

Um...But according to the new news, India may split into the Mughal Empire and the Sultanate of Delhi. Without India to maintain regional stability, the future world may be full of excitement.


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28 Jun 2022, 9:53 am

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Note: in fact, it is not only Jiangsu, but this is new.


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29 Jun 2022, 8:27 am

Democracy in Venezuela began to grow with the price of oil.


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01 Jul 2022, 10:19 am

What does the Prime Minister of Singapore mean by saying that "not many countries are willing to join an alliance without China"?

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In 2013,
Lee Hsien Loong: you (China) may get something in the Diaoyu Islands or the South China Sea, but you will lose your reputation and position in the world.

In 2013,
Lee Hsien Loong: China should demonstrate through action and self-restraint that it has no malice and can dispel the doubts of other countries.

In 2016,
Lee Hsien Loong: Asian countries all hope to be led by the United States, not China.

In 2019,
Lee Hsien Loong: China's rise is unstoppable, and the United States must accept it.

In 2020,
Lee Hsien Loong: not many countries are willing to join an alliance without China.

This indicates that there are two hypotheses:
1. The people's navy is approaching his extremely loyal Malacca Strait Party branch step by step.
2. Lee Hsien Loong should have French descent.


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02 Jul 2022, 12:07 pm

Soviet diplomats visit American universities.

American reporter: is the brainwashing control of the Soviet Union very advanced?

Soviet diplomat: No, there is still a big gap between us and the advanced countries. My current visit to America is to learn from the advanced experience of brainwashing in America.

American reporter: bah, we didn't brainwash.

Soviet diplomat: Yes, I'm here to learn this.


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04 Jul 2022, 12:17 pm

Not sarcasm.

Which moment makes you feel that studying abroad is really worth it?

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When you can freely hold a red flag and sing the Internationale in the street, and freely show your teachers and classmates that you are a communist and will participate in all socialist struggle movements without worrying about being targeted by the school.


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04 Jul 2022, 4:11 pm

SkinnedWolf wrote:
Not sarcasm.

Which moment makes you feel that studying abroad is really worth it?
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When you can freely hold a red flag and sing the Internationale in the street, and freely show your teachers and classmates that you are a communist and will participate in all socialist struggle movements without worrying about being targeted by the school.


Sounds like a good test of how committed to free speech a society that claims to be committed to free speech really is.

This seems like a test the liberals and conservatives will both fail badly at.


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04 Jul 2022, 4:12 pm

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Sounds like a good test of how committed to free speech a society that claims to be committed to free speech really is.

This seems like a test the liberals and conservatives will both fail badly at.

But it's weird when it's forbidden to express your own official ideology.


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04 Jul 2022, 4:19 pm

SkinnedWolf wrote:
funeralxempire wrote:
Sounds like a good test of how committed to free speech a society that claims to be committed to free speech really is.

This seems like a test the liberals and conservatives will both fail badly at.

But it's weird when it's forbidden to express your own official ideology.


At times it doesn't seem any more reasonable than how sports fans behave when you're wearing the wrong jersey. They rarely if ever want to consider why your perspective is different, they just want to eradicate it.


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23 Jul 2022, 12:55 am

Netizens play the "Indian" card every day. What is the response of the United States?

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It can be said that it is f*****g useless.

The United States talks about Xinjiang in a similar way.

Can't hurt each other at all.

I don't know why the IQ of the two countries are collectively offline.

They can't get the principal contradiction of each other at all.

Not as good as talking about Yemen, Afghanistan, Somalia, etc.

During the cold war, both sides blamed each other and even had kitchen debates.

Are they all going downhill?

You think a farmer and a landlord are playing cards, but in fact, two landlords are playing cards. Is that clear enough?


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23 Jul 2022, 5:33 pm

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China has pretty good infrastructure now, relative to the level of its economy.
Except for plumbing. I found the trains in China, both long distance and local to be vastly better than the ones in my own country. Even the slow speed trains were better run.

The only thing I found wanting in China was plumbing. The manhole covers over the sewer didn't block the smell (only in Beijing, the other cities I stayed in didn't have this problem). Having to turn the water heater on and then wait 15 minutes before you can have a shower is just not good. It surprised me that the water heater was actually inside the apartment. In the apartment buildings I've lived in there is a water heater for the whole building.

At least one of the Chinese apartment buildings I stayed in had central underfloor heating (possibly waste heat from the nearby powerplant) so if they can build infrastructure for central heating, why not for hot water? At least at a building level.


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23 Jul 2022, 5:41 pm

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SkinnedWolf wrote:
China has pretty good infrastructure now, relative to the level of its economy.
Except for plumbing. I found the trains in China, both long distance and local to be vastly better than the ones in my own country. Even the slow speed trains were better run.

The only thing I found wanting in China was plumbing. The manhole covers over the sewer didn't block the smell (only in Beijing, the other cities I stayed in didn't have this problem). Having to turn the water heater on and then wait 15 minutes before you can have a shower is just not good. It surprised me that the water heater was actually inside the apartment. In the apartment buildings I've lived in there is a water heater for the whole building.

At least one of the Chinese apartment buildings I stayed in had central underfloor heating (possibly waste heat from the nearby powerplant) so if they can build infrastructure for central heating, why not for hot water? At least at a building level.

I have lived in Beijing, Guangzhou and many central region cities.

I have never encountered hot water that needs to wait for 15 minutes.
My impression is that it depends on the type of water heater, which is basically decided by each owner.

In northern China, heating is centralized. Every building will have a water heating system connected with it.
But in the south, if necessary, it is installed by the owner - which means it is more expensive. Floor heating is the most popular choice for this self installed heating system.


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23 Jul 2022, 7:12 pm

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Why do a lot of people tell me that Nordic have a high standard of living, but they don't tell me how Chinese can live a Nordic-like life?
I can tell you. It's all about money.

The Nordic have a high standard of living because they found a lot of oil in the North Sea.

They can provide a lot of government services to people because they can afford to. Income tax alone would not be enough money to fund services to that degree.

If in another part of the world their governments had good intentions but no large source of money, they couldn't afford to do this.

Another secret for the Nordic is they have declared the oil to be property of the people, the funds from the sale of which are to be spent by the government on things that will benefit the people (call it a kind of socialism). If the same oil had become the property of some prospector than nordic services would not be so well funded.

The only problem is that the oil, which is extracted from the seabed and sold so that the money can benefit the nordic people is damaging the whole world (including their own part of the world). If the environment was given some monetary value it would be some astromical figure. Many people derive their income from the environment. When you feed your people by selling oil you could deprive some farmer on the other side of the world. It is like stealing from them to enrich yourself. My country is also guilty of such things.


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