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Knife Chained and Child Chained

(A blogger took this photo of a kitchen in a noodle bar, in Xinjiang. screenshot)

Recently, there was some knife violence in Xingjiang. The Chinese authorities decided to restrict buying, owning, and using knives, and this is one result in a local restaurant in Xinjiang, China.

Among many responses, one blogger commented: "I don't know whether to laugh or cry! What shall I  do with my knife at home!"

Chaining is becoming more popular for Chinese people in their daily lives:

Below is a father and his daughter in a train station, both falling sleep while in the waiting room. Fearing his daughter may be kidnapped, the father chained his daughter to him.

(Screenshot)

Gaddafi's 'Kindness' .... PDF Print E-mail
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In Libya, nearly every family has at least 3 Green books that promote the 'revolutionary ideas' of Gaddafi which offer people a good life and equal rights, though the reality was very different for the Libyan people.

But according to ifeng website, in September 1978, Gaddafi warned religious leaders in his country: “If you continue to act against me, I will burn all the green books, and replace them with the Red book (from China)!”  Obviously Gaddafi  would only use Mao's 'red book' as a last option for punishment. This proved that compared to communist in China, there was still some 'room for kindness' from Gaddafi for the Libya people!

The red book can be purchased online from a Chinese Confucius old book store (screenshot).

It would not surprise if Mao's book is available in the Confucius Institutes set up by the Chinese communist regime in many western countries for propaganda purposes.

Last Updated on Thursday, 27 October 2011 23:48
 

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