Japan should of conquered china and civilized the sickly yellow dogs.
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What @MrTickles has said in this thread is nothing compared to the China-shilling and utter exceptionalism that @Smarty Pants has done in this thread.
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Funny things in context:
And the absolute best shit:
The best exchange:
Not surprised. Chinese international students are notoriously cunty and materialistic. They're the same at every university they infestDuring pro-PRC protests in Canada, a popular destination for the children of China’s rich, Chinese students chant ‘poor cunts’ 穷逼 at the Hongkongers. The rich mocking the poor. Chinese socialism truly has unique characteristics.
are you serious? There are a number of native HKers getting fucked up through this. don't conflate your inability to speak chinese with the reality of the situation. just because you can only see english-speaking shit doesn't mean that native HK protesters and reporters are getting fucked over hard. there are white western journalists involved in both sides so your statement is stupid anyways.It seems to me that whenever a journalist gets attacked, its a clearly foreign, white journalist.
From a Chinese point of view, I can see how people can be ok with this.
Speaking of flags, for your entertainment here’s some rant video about those protesters that keep waving the British flagProtesters burned a Chinese flag and police fired pepper spray during a march Saturday in an outlying district of Hong Kong in renewed clashes over anti-government grievances.
Police accused protesters of spraying water at officers during the march by several thousand people in Tuen Mun in Hong Kong's northwest. Reporters saw at least one person arrested.
The event was relatively small compared with previous demonstrations that have taken place every weekend since June. The protests started with opposition to a proposed extradition law and have expanded to include demands for greater democracy in the semiautonomous Chinese territory.