Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Democracy rules in China

1500 words praising the non-existent Chinese democracy. The propaganda machine called Chindu is running overdrive to paint a rosy picture of its fatherland.

The Hindu : Opinion / Leader Page Articles : China’s experiment with village elections


Anonymous said...

According to Peking Propagandist Pallavi: "In contrast, in poor areas where villages lack an independent source of funding....". But, how can there be "contrast" and how can there be "poor" areas in a show-piece commie paradise? Chindu fails to explain. In the lexicon of comrades, poverty, contrasting life styles, etc. are uniquely capitalist curses.

Anonymous said...

Here is something that comrade Chindu would want to report:

"China faces growing labour disputes".

Admitting that some Chinese companies are infringing upon the rights of workers and the number of "mass incidents" involving labour disputes have risen consequently, chairman of the Law Committee of the National People's Congress, China's parliament, Yang Jingyu said, "China has witnessed a rising number of "mass incidents" triggered by labour disputes in the past 12 years."