Chinese Special Forces are superior to the American or British ones

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  1. blueblood

    blueblood Senior Member Senior Member

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    Although people under the influence of western propaganda will disagree but I am 100% confident that Chinese SOFs are the best in the world. SAS or Delta, Navy Seals or Spetznaz, nothing even comes close to the Chinese SOF.

    Here's why;
    • China is the oldest living civilization in the world.
    • China is the biggest economy in the world.
    • China has the fastest supercomputer in the world.
    • China has the largest HSR network in the world.
    • China has a 5 megaton nuclear warhead.
     
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  3. ezsasa

    ezsasa Senior Member Senior Member

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    I hope this is a sarcastic thread, created just to have some fun......:bs::rotfl::eek1::drool::blah::facepalm:
     
  4. blueblood

    blueblood Senior Member Senior Member

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    You insult me sir and my faith. I demand apology. :rage:

    There is no other god but the Communist god and Mao was his prophet.
     
  5. rohit.gr77

    rohit.gr77 Regular Member

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    Yes you are 100% correct and their greatest operation would have been the Tianmen Square Massacre :cowboy:
    Heck even the Yankees n Brits could never pull off such an operation.
     
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  6. blueblood

    blueblood Senior Member Senior Member

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    Nothing but Western propaganda. Shame on you for believing such bullshit.

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  7. FRYCRY

    FRYCRY Regular Member

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    Just watch the famous indian army vs chinese army video you can see indians are tall but chinese are like midgets, even our gurkhas are much taller than chinese
     
  8. punjab47

    punjab47 महाबलामहावीर्यामहासत्यपराक्रमासर्वाग्रेक्षत्रियाजट Banned

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    China is not the oldest civilization, Bharat is.
    You, literally worship our ancestors..

    No doubt probably better, than Britain or America. They are conquered by Israel 2000 years ago, now only know how to get drunk & sell their women to Turks.
     
  9. Antam1505

    Antam1505 Regular Member

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    Somebody get butthurt because his country is nowhere in the achievement map, and find out their IQ level bellow average.


    I predict later on some one will be shaken and bitch out like crazy :scared2:
     
  10. blueblood

    blueblood Senior Member Senior Member

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    Whoaa....... Whoaa..........

    Friendly fire. I am one of you now.[​IMG]

    But you are right, Indians are so butthurt right now.
     
  11. punjab47

    punjab47 महाबलामहावीर्यामहासत्यपराक्रमासर्वाग्रेक्षत्रियाजट Banned

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    I complimented your country after, but I'll take it back.

    Achievements? Like I said you & all the people like you follow our culture & values.

    Past that a 10 year head start let you build some tall 'buildings' so you call it achievement. You're from Taiwan anyway, most likely a christian lol
     
  12. OneGrimPilgrim

    OneGrimPilgrim Senior Member Senior Member

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    whr invaders hv been eulogised, heroes binned!!
    a good summary of the 'hows' of communist china's achievements:

    6 Ways the Chinese Regime Caused China’s Food Safety Crisis

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    Chinese produce often contain dangerous amounts of pesticides, fertilizers, or other chemicals endangering people's health. (MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)


    In over a decade of unnerving food scandals, the Chinese people have seen almost every form of poisonous or fake product, from rice contaminated with cadmium to restaurant dishes drenched in sewer oil to salmonella-tainted tilapia fish.

    An annual China Youth Daily survey in March found that out of various “quality of life” issues, the public worried most about food safety. From a list of problems like housing or the environment, 77.3 percent of the respondents identified food safety as their greatest concern.

    So who is to blame for this burgeoning affliction plaguing Chinese society?

    The obvious answer would be the unethical farmers, manufacturers, and food processors looking for a quick profit. But the crux of the problem goes much deeper. Over the past sixty years, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has tyrannized the Chinese people and warped traditional values, replacing ethics with corruption, deceit, and self-serving materialism. With its disastrous policies, the CCP created a breeding ground for immoral commercial practices and lax food safety standards.

    1. The CCP eliminated moral responsibility
    The communists took over China based on an ideology of class struggle and violent revolution to establish a “dictatorship of the proletariat.” Traditional Confucian thought promoted moral values like benevolence, righteousness, propriety, faithfulness, and harmony, but the CCP obliterated these ideas with fiery, revolutionary rhetoric.

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    This poster, displayed in late 1966 in Beijing, shows how to deal with a so-called “enemy of the people,” during the Cultural Revolution. (Jean Vincent/AFP/Getty Images)

    After the Chinese were terrorized into submission by decades of struggle against landowners, capitalists, rightists, intellectuals, and any other “black elements,” people lost a sense of community and resorted to any unethical means to ensure their own survival. Some even betrayed their families and friends, designating them as “class enemies” to be struggled against. No one dared to speak the truth for fear of being publicly humiliated, tortured, or killed.

    The effects of the Chinese regime’s eradication of traditional moral values trickled down to modern day, making food producers and manufacturers focus solely on material profits and individual prosperity, not the ultimate social consequences. For many Chinese, the mentality is a self-serving, Darwinist fight for success.

    2. The CCP promoted rapid industrialization with little regard for environmental sustainability
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    A thermal power plant is shown discharging heavy smog into the air in Changchun, northeast China’s Jilin province. (STR/AFP/Getty Images)

    With his massive propaganda apparatus, Mao Zedong, dictator of China from 1949 to 1976, promoted atheism and materialism. He once said, “battling with heaven is endless joy, fighting with the earth is endless joy, and struggling with humanity is endless joy.” This and the Chinese regime’s hopes to rapidly transform China into an industrial superpower justified wasteful and unregulated industrialization that destroyed China’s environment, making the production of uncontaminated agricultural products almost impossible. Now, China’s air, water, and soil are all contaminated with industrial fumes and dangerous chemicals.

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    Government data from 2011 showed over half of China’s major lakes and reservoirs were too contaminated for human use. And nearly one-fifth of China’s farmland is polluted, according to China’s Ministry of Environmental Protection and Ministry of Land Resources, with agricultural chemicals and heavy metals like cadmium and arsenic.

    Some compare China’s industrial growth with that of the United States in the late 19th century. But no Upton Sinclair novel or Pure Food and Drug Act will magically uplift China from its current downward spiral. China’s problem extends far deeper, involving a thick web of corrupt and materialistic businessmen and communist authorities who care only about immediate profits, not the long term consequences. They waste billions of dollars on large-scale projects, like the South-to-North Water Transfer Project, or even the Three Gorges Dam, which often cause damage to the environment while offering no significant benefits to the Chinese people.

    3. The CCP puts a heavy financial burden on the common people
    Trumpeting land for the peasants and utopian equality for all, the communists bewitched the minds of millions when they first came to power. After murdering hundreds of thousands, or perhaps millions, of landlords in a nationwide land reform program, they redistributed the land and created cooperatives and people’s communes. The CCP urged peasants to rapidly increase production, and then confiscated most of their produce, leaving them with meager earnings. A residential registration system then blocked them from moving to cities or giving their children a proper education, demoting peasants to second-class citizens.

    Although economic reforms in 1978 opened the economy to trade and private ownership, the changes did not proportionately improve living standards for all the Chinese people; those with connections to power reaped far more wealth, while the common folk experienced only minor improvements.

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    U.S. dollar notes are counted next to stacks of Chinese bank notes at a bank in Huaibei, Anhui Province, China. (STR/AFP/Getty Images)

    By purposefully depreciating the value of the renminbi, China’s currency, the Chinese regime made Chinese exports more competitive in overseas markets, as demand for Chinese products increased with cheaper prices. From a ratio of 1.8 yuan to 1 dollar in 1978, the Chinese regime depreciated the value to a ratio of 8.7 yuan to 1 dollar by 1997, according to Brookings, an American think tank based in Washington D.C. Trade increases allowed China’s economy to rapidly expand, but the practice sapped the wages of the industrial workers and peasants in China by lowering their purchasing power.

    As a result, income equality, measured by the Gini coefficient for pre-tax market income, grew from 0.28 in 1980 to 0.52 by 2013. Due to greater income growth for the rich and stagnant living standards for the poor, China is now “one of the most unequal countries in the world,” according to a working paper by the International Monetary Fund.

    With China’s severe economic disparity, some people resorted to unethical means of food production to make a greater profit.

    4. Jiang Zemin promoted a culture of corruption
    Some think China’s economic and social situation improved in recent decades after the passing of Mao Zedong and the end of the revolutionary movements of his time. That is true in some ways, but in other ways, other problems sprung up.

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    Former General Secretary Jiang Zemin attends the closing session of the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China in Beijing, China. (Feng Li/Getty Images)

    When Jiang Zemin came to power in 1989, becoming the General Secretary of the CCP, he exacerbated the problems, promoting his relatives to high-ranking posts and controlling state-run media to conceal their corruption and crimes. He himself gained power through dubious means, pandering to higher-level officials to quickly climb the political ladder. Even after he finished his term and Hu Jintao took power in 2002, he still controlled the operations from behind the scenes, putting his supporters in key positions.

    Corruption, embezzlement, bribery, and other unlawful conduct are now rampant in China and reach all sectors of society from the local security officers to the justice system to the wealthy businessmen. Bribes are given freely, and food safety regulators allow violations to fester with the excuse that China is simply too vast and their resources too limited. When a food producer’s wrongdoings are revealed, he pays off the authorities and the media to cover it up.

    A survey released by the Pew Research Center in 2014 found China ranked highest in people who believed bribes would get them ahead in life. And an October 2011 survey of over 20,000 people across China found nearly half the respondents did not think strong ethics was a necessary condition for success in Chinese society.

    So it’s no wonder why farmers add alarming amounts of pesticides and fertilizers, why meat producers mix rotten meat with fresh meat, and why manufacturers falsely label conventional foods as organic.

    5. CCP officials have their own private, safe farms
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    (Peter Parks/AFP/Getty Images)

    While the Chinese people suffer in a society of toxic food products, communist party officials have private farms producing food for them. As long as they are not consuming poisonous foods, they have little motivation to deal with the problem.

    As early as Mao Zedong’s time, the Chinese regime had already created special production centers to create healthy food products for high-ranking officials, according to Radio Free Asia, a broadcaster based in the United States. The practice grew, and now not only do the top Beijing officials have their own produce, any official with the power to do so has secretly constructed private farms for himself.

    The Chinese regime knows China has a food safety problem, but officials care only for their own well-being, ignoring the health of the common folk. And when scandals do break out nationwide, they attempt to placate the people with an occasional declaration of tougher regulations.

    6. The CCP only cares about an appearance of prosperity in China
    In the past decade, the CCP has shown that it only cares for an appearance of a prosperous economy, recklessly boosting the housing market and, recently, encouraging naive Chinese people to invest in the unpredictable stock market.

    A thorough investigation of all food violations would be immensely costly and time-consuming and would lead to massive shutdowns and recalls across China, a move damaging to China’s economy.

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    Milk powder in China was found to contain melamine, a dangerous chemical. (AFP/Getty Images)

    In many cases, they deal with the problem by simply covering it up. In 2008, a scandal erupted when milk powder from Shijiazhuang-based Sanlu Group was found to contain melamine, added to artificially increase protein levels. The formula sickened 300,000 infants, and killed at least 6 with kidney stones.

    But the tragedy was avoidable. Before the scandal broke out nationwide, He Feng, a journalist for Guangdong’s Southern Weekend newspaper, had begun investigating the milk powder after hearing reports of infants falling ill. The report, however, was suppressed by authorities and never published because of the upcoming Beijing Olympics. Chinese media had been instructed to only do “positive reporting” and avoid any upsetting news. A website created by affected parents to call attention to the problem was blocked, and some parents who tried to hold a news conference were detained by police officers.

    But the news spread quickly and reached the front pages of international media, leading to a crisis of confidence with Chinese dairy products domestically and abroad. Chinese authorities, realizing the issue could not be contained, cracked down on the criminals, executing some, sentencing others to lengthy jail terms, and firing and suspending the government officials in charge. (Though some later were brought back into power.)

    Recently, the Chinese regime amended a 2009 food safety law, adding fifty new articles setting tougher penalties for violations, effective Oct. 1, 2015. But with the deep-rooted issues in China’s food production chain, it’s unclear whether the changes will have any effect.

    PS - from sp. forces to sp. measures....good going.
    yihan @blueblood! china ftw. \m/
     
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    You slept well last night, Buddy?
     
  14. Antam1505

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    You can take that if that could entertaint you :D
     
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    Seems so desperate that Epochtime which is Falungong news is being bragged here? :laugh:
     
  16. blueblood

    blueblood Senior Member Senior Member

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    Dude I am enlightened now. Thanks to the two gurus, Antam1505 and Martian, I can clearly see the superiority China has over everything in the world, be it living or dead. I am at peace now.

    Come to our fold brother and you shall be rewarded by the Communist god, blessed be thy name.

    @OneGrimPilgrim ,

    Your malignant intentions are poisoning this thread which is about the Chinese superiority, not about the persecuted Falun Gong members.
     
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    Only Paki special forces are better than Chinese Special forces. Paki special forces have gooda.
     
  18. punjab47

    punjab47 महाबलामहावीर्यामहासत्यपराक्रमासर्वाग्रेक्षत्रियाजट Banned

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    Baki special forces have underground pipeline from Saudi, for Zamzama water before battling Hindu Mushrik Kafirs.
     
  19. OneGrimPilgrim

    OneGrimPilgrim Senior Member Senior Member

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    whr invaders hv been eulogised, heroes binned!!
    seems so full (of the conventional bull) that a small 6mg dose of the capsule 'fact' gives instant & rapidburst bowel movement! :bounce:

    not 'bragging', just posting. like in, 'just sayin', that way. 'just postin'. bragging is the prerogative of the superrich chinese brats.

    (aah! Falun Gong! good point. that makes for a 7mg dose for you).

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    @blueblood - apologies for my transgression chairman! :hail:
    but isn't Falun Gong dangerous, vile, being antithetical to our miraculous religion of communism and the great-hearted prophet mao's progressive teachings?! their members were not 'persecuted'. please don't say so; never. that is a western lie. they were 'rightfully corrected'.
     
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    Baki- chini love affair IMG-20150505-WA0000.jpg
     
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    This is just a representational image
     

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