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    Cứ lấy Bắc Hàn, Cuba, Venezuela ...etc làm thí dụ, đói thấy mẹ cũng đếch thành cái rì.

    Cách đấu tranh mới: Viết thỉnh nguyện thư?



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    Cách nào góp phần vô tiếng nói của dân và gây thêm áp lực cũng tốt. Đừng làm nửa chừng xuân, đánh trống bỏ dùi, sáng đi đả đảo tối đi đú đởn, đừng đi hai hàng, vừa thờ ma Quốc gia vừa ăn cơm Cộng sản, khóc ngày mất nước xong lại về nước mừng xuân.

    Bao nhiêu ngàn người ký vô một cái thỉnh nguyện thư chắc chắn là thua bao nhiêu ngàn người kéo về một cái Tết.

    Im lặng là đồng ý
    Hú hí là đồng tình
    (Ngán ngữ)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post
    sáng đi đả đảo tối đi đú đởn

    Đó là gọi là chiêu gậy ông đập lưng ông.
    Ăn cơm cộng sản nhưng không thờ ma cộng sản.
    Ở xứ tự do người ta đặt cho cái tên văn chương là đảng đối lập.
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    Chuyện Việt nam mà cứ so sánh với xứ tự do. Nghèo (tự do) mà ham.

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    Nghèo (tự do) mới ham đổi mới chớ.
    Giàu (tự do) người ta ham thứ độc (quyền) khác.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Triển View Post
    Hong Kong: ‘Băng đảng’ tấn công người biểu tình, cảnh sát làm ngơ?


    Có võ rồi: La de thần kiếm.

    Hongkongers stage huge laser show to protest against arrests
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...police-arrests




    Biểu tình vậy còn vui hơn buổi tối đi nhậu, coi hát. (Việt nam nên giác ngộ.)

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    Trung quân đang luyện binh ở Trung môn chuẩn bị trung tiện rồi kìa!

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    Trung học phải lao động ở Trung tâm làm giàu Trung quốc nữa chớ

    Schoolchildren in China work overnight to produce Amazon Alexa devices
    https://www.theguardian.com/global-d...-alexa-devices

    Leaked documents show children as young as 16 recruited by Amazon supplier Foxconn work gruelling and illegal hours.

    Some of the pupils making Amazon’s Alexa-enabled Echo and Echo Dot devices along with Kindles have been required to work for more than two months to supplement staffing levels at the factory during peak production periods, researchers found. More than 1,000 pupils are employed, aged from 16 to 18.

    Chinese factories are allowed to employ students aged 16 and older, but these schoolchildren are not allowed to work nights or overtime.


    Foxconn, which also makes iPhones for Apple, admitted that students had been employed illegally and said it was taking immediate action to fix the situation.

    Ấu bất học lão hà vi tính
    (nghĩa là nhỏ không học hành chỉ giỏi làm máy vi tính)



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    Seoul như Sài Gòn ngày xưa.
    Cô gái dở khóc dở cười
    bất lực đứng xem thằng bồ tóc vàng
    thao túng phản bội.





    NKorea fires 2 missiles into sea in likely protest of drills
    By KIM JUNG-YOON and KIM TONG-HYUNG




    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea on Saturday extended a recent streak of weapons display by firing what appeared to be two short-range ballistic missiles into the sea, according to South Korea’s military.

    Its fifth round of launches in less than three weeks was likely another protest at the slow pace of nuclear negotiations with the United States and continuance of U.S.-South Korea joint military exercises the North says are aimed at a northward invasion.

    The South’s military alerted reporters to the launches hours after President Donald Trump said he received a “beautiful” three-page letter from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and predicted that they will have more talks to try resolving the nuclear standoff. Trump reiterated that he was not bothered by the flurry of short-range weapons Kim has launched despite the growing threat they pose to U.S. allies in the region, saying Pyongyang has never broken its pledge to pause nuclear tests.

    South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said the presumed ballistic missiles were fired from the North’s eastern coast and flew about 400 kilometers (248 miles) on an apogee of 48 kilometers (30 miles), before landing in waters between the Korean Peninsula and Japan.

    Seoul’s presidential Blue House said the tests were likely aimed at verifying the reliability of the North’s newly developed weapons and also demonstrating displeasure over the allied drills.

    The North has unleashed a series of test firings of short-range weapons in recent weeks while saying that the joint military drills between the allies compel it to “develop, test and deploy the powerful physical means essential for national defense.”

    The North did not immediately comment on the launches. South Korea has said the weapons tests don’t help efforts to stabilize peace and called for Pyongyang to uphold an inter-Korean agreement reached last year to form a joint military committee to discuss reducing military tensions.

    The missile tests come amid stalled talks on the North’s nuclear program. So far, North Korea has stuck by its unilateral suspension of nuclear and long-range missile tests, which came during a diplomatic outreach to Washington last year.

    Experts say Trump’s downplaying the North’s launches allowed the country more room to intensify its testing activity while it seeks to build leverage ahead of negotiations, which could possibly resume sometime after the end of the allies’ drills later this month.

    Leif-Eric Easley, an expert at Seoul’s Ewha Womans University, said North Korea is also looking to exploit Trump’s preoccupation with getting South Korea to pay more for U.S. troop deployment in the country as well as Seoul’s worsening relations with Tokyo over an escalating trade war that’s spilling over to security issues. South Korea has threatened to end a military intelligence sharing agreement with Japan in what’s seen as an attempt to pressure the United States into mediating the dispute.

    “Kim appeals to Trump directly about the exercises, trying to drive a wedge between Washington and Seoul,” Easley said. “Meanwhile, North Korean propaganda supports rising anti-Japan sentiment in South Korea, calculating that a diplomatically isolated Seoul will be more subject to Pyongyang’s coercion.”

    The North described recent test-firings as a new rocket artillery system and short-range ballistic missile launches. The North’s state media said that Kim, while supervising a live-fire demonstration of newly developed, short-range ballistic missiles on Tuesday, said the launches were intended to send a warning to Washington and Seoul over their military drills.

    The allies have scaled down their major military exercises since the first summit between Kim and Trump in June 2018 in Singapore created space for diplomacy. But the North insists even the downsized drills violate agreements between Kim and Trump.

    The North’s recent tests have dampened the optimism that followed the third and latest meeting between Trump and Kim on June 30 at the inter-Korean border. The leaders agreed to resume working-level nuclear talks, but there have been no known meetings between the two sides since then.

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    Associated Press writer Foster Klug in Tokyo contributed to this report.

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    chính những tên cầm cờ Mỹ là kẻ gian. Cầm cờ Mỹ
    để Bắc Kinh và chính quyền Hồng Kông càng có cớ
    dễ dàng đàn áp






    Người biểu tình Hong Kong cầm cờ Mỹ, mặc áo cờ Anh ‘đối đầu’ cảnh sát


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