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    Nghe nói dân Đài loan qua Việt nam lấy vợ, vậy Tàu cộng cứ khuyến khích dân Tàu lấy người Đài loan, rồi dần dần cả nước thành sui gia.

    Bất chiến tự nhiên thành... hôn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post
    Nghe nói dân Đài loan qua Việt nam lấy vợ, vậy Tàu cộng cứ khuyến khích dân Tàu lấy người Đài loan, rồi dần dần cả nước thành sui gia.

    Bất chiến tự nhiên thành... hôn.

    Hèn gì, Việt Nam sếp sòng châu Á và sắp bá chủ thế giới rồi. Mưu đồ thôn tính cả thế giới theo trình tự thời gian:


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    Đến lượt Trung Quốc bị lụt....


    China: Deadly flooding in Henan — in pictures Massive flooding has devastated the central Chinese province of Henan, affecting hundreds of thousands of people.











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    Thừa cơ nước lụt thả câu?

    Foreign journalists harassed in China over floods coverage
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...loods-coverage

    Reporters from the Los Angeles Times and German outlet Deutsche Welle were confronted by an angry crowd in Zhengzhou on Saturday, who filmed and questioned them, and accused them of “rumour mongering” and slandering China. Other journalists have also been targeted, with a specific focus on the BBC.

    The journalists Alice Su and Mathias Boelinger, were on the ground in Zhengzhou, covering the aftermath of last week’s deadly floods, after almost a year’s worth of rain dropped around Zhengzhou in three days, overwhelming streets and subway tunnels. The rains then moved north, further devastating major cities and rural areas.

    Stephen McDonell, another BBC correspondent in China, said on Twitter there was a “clearly orchestrated campaign of harassment”, with a focus on the BBC, which included threats of violence and family-targeted abuse sent to the private phones of to those working in the foreign media.

    “You have to ask why organs of the Communist party are doing this given that the reporting I’ve seen would appear to engender sympathy for the people of
    Henan,” he said.

    In the past 18 months at least 16 US journalists have been expelled, and at least four journalists – including the BBC’s John Sudworth and two Australian journalists – were forced to flee. Two others – Australian TV anchor Cheng Lei and Chinese Bloomberg journalist Haze Fan – were arrested and detained on undefined national security accusations.
    Hạch báo cho người xem lụt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gác dan
    Stephen McDonell, another BBC correspondent in China, said on Twitter there was a “clearly orchestrated campaign of harassment”, with a focus on the BBC, which included threats of violence and family-targeted abuse sent to the private phones of to those working in the foreign media.

    “You have to ask why organs of the Communist party are doing this given that the reporting I’ve seen would appear to engender sympathy for the people of Henan,” he said.

    Đơn giản là vì sợ lòi ra nhiều cái yếu kém, thiếu thốn, xấu xí khác nữa ...etc.
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    Nhất nhật tại Tàu, thiên thu tại ngục:

    Chinese billionaire pig farmer jailed for ‘provoking trouble’
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...voking-trouble

    Sun Dawu, a Chinese billionaire pig farmer and agricultural mogul, has been sentenced after weeks of hearings in secret to 18 years in prison and fined 3.11m yuan (£345,000) for a catalogue of crimes including “provoking trouble”, in a case observers believe was politically motivated.

    The court in Gaobeidian, near Beijing, said Sun was guilty of crimes including “gathering a crowd to attack state organs”, “obstructing government administration” and “picking quarrels and provoking trouble”, a catch-all term often used against human rights figures and dissidents.


    Sun, an outspoken supporter and friend of Chinese political dissidents, was arrested on 11 November alongside more than 20 others including his wife, two sons and daughters-in-law.


    Sun, who turned 67 this month according to his lawyers, is a former pig farmer who founded the Dawu Agricultural and Animal Husbandry Group. The billion-dollar business has about 9,000 employees and a purpose-built company town that Sun reportedly ran to reflect his vision of an equitable rural society, with residents given free or discounted access to healthcare, schooling and entertainment amenities.


    Sun admitted to making mistakes, including posting messages online and unspecified mistakes over the “land issue”.

    In September, Ren Zhiqiang, a former real estate mogul who criticised Xi’s handling of the pandemic in an online essay, was jailed for 18 years on corruption charges.
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