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Chinese vets having a hard time?

by Willy / June 9, 2014 10:38 PM PDT

Heck, what goes around come around. Man, oh man when you think about it, it seems ironic. In the article I've posted, the last the lines are:

"Defending your rights is more dangerous than fighting a war," he said. "You can be arrested at any time."

The whole idea of defending a regime that may later be counted on to offer you rights, yeah right. What a crock but it seems dropping old vets and re-inventing itself into a newer and modern military force, is navy and air based. In this side remark the building of China's new military what it expects to become.


on post -----Willy Happy

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We aren't the only ones with a bad record of
by Diana Forum moderator / June 10, 2014 2:38 AM PDT

the way we treat our veterans.

Listened to Jon Stewart and he showed that we have been doing this since the revolution.


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I find it rather sad...
by Willy / June 10, 2014 8:39 AM PDT

That a fictional news show provide counter-balance to what the right is. Further, to have him actually make points that matter. I don't watch too much of his show or many others left or right other than plain old TV news, maybe CNN now and then. The WWW new flashes seem at least for the moment give the pulse of US news for me.

Do you realize this is a Chinese vet that fought Viet Nam in '79, two commie states over the condition of Cambodia another commie state. Both stopped fighting and claimed victory, another commie trick. Then China reigns of caring for its vets that fought in that conflict and yet were abandoned "in place" there. Woooo, I guess being on a waiting list for care maybe the most pleasant way of killing therm off, better than beating them to death. Yeah, good ole commie tactics. -----Willy Happy on post

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Actually The Daily Show is not fictional
by Diana Forum moderator / June 10, 2014 8:14 PM PDT

It and The Colbert Report are satire. They tell the real news and show how ridiculous it is.


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