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  1. 3-2: A Fawner With Jealousy And Contempt




    Three: A Mayor Of Mean Spirit
    2: A Fawner With Jealousy And Contempt




    In 1985, Jiang Ze-min became the Mayor of Shanghai, so desperate to show off his political achievements, with so little regard to people. He managed to turn over to the central government tax revenue of 12.5 billion yuan in 1986, which was 50 times of that from Guangdong Province. As a result, Shanghai experienced food basket crisis. ...
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  2. GLOBAL WARMING -- Everywhere is warming twice as fast as everywhere else!!!!!!

    by , Yesterday at 10:03 PM (Why the Dems Will Never Win Back Trump Voters)
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    I confess that I've never paid much attention to the AGW controversy, except to note that the overwhelming majority of climatologists say there is evidence of global warming, and at least part of it could be anthropogenic.
    That IS the prevailing mantra that is chanted. I'll get to this later in this post.
    Quote Originally Posted by Tranquillus in Exile View Post
    Do your guys say there is no global warming?
    There is no gas or vapor that is capable of warming the Earth using infrared light emitted from Earth's surface.
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  3. 3-1: A Try Out Of Iron Wrist




    Three: A Mayor Of Mean Spirit
    1: A Try Out Of Iron Wrist



    Shanghai Party chief, Chen Guo-dong, and Mayor Wang Dao-han, deeply appreciated Jiang Shang-qing’s favors and promotions in the old days. To pay back Jiang Shang-qing’s goodwill, they both strongly endorsed the dead man’s phony adopted son, Jiang Ze-min, to become the next Mayor of Shanghai.



    Jiang Ze-min came to Shanghai ...
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  4. 2-4:Flip-flopping Social Climbing




    Two: Anything For Political Gains
    4: Flip-flopping Social Climbing


    In 1976, there was a terrible earthquake in Tangshan, hundreds of thousands of lives were lost. In the same year, the CCP’s three big guns, Zhou En-lai, Zhu De, and Mao Ze Dong died one after another. In Sept., soon after Mao died, Ye Jian-ying went against what Mao asked of him before his death, and collaborated with Wang Dong-xing, and Hua Guo-feng, ...
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  5. 2-3: “Braggart Jiang”




    Two: Anything For Political Gains
    3: “Braggart Jiang”


    In 1966, Jiang Ze-min was 40 years old. Mao Ze Dong launched the Cultural Revolution, in hope of regaining dictatorial power over the Party, power which he felt had fallen into the hands of Liu Shao Qi. Mao incited students and workers at the lowest levels to revolt and seize power. Within a short time, nearly everyone who had been in power was attacked, denounced, ...
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