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Sun Nov 10, 2013, 07:47 PM

 

Beijing's Most Dangerous PastimeóBreathing | China Uncensored



China Uncensored∑Published on Nov 8, 2013

Beijing is being gassed with "crazy bad" air pollution. Did I say air pollution? I meant to say, "heavy fog." That's what China's media calls it. But don't think that doesn't mean the Chinese regime isn't doing anything about it! The smog has made it next to impossible to spy on people! What good are China's network of more than 20 million cameras if they can't see through toxic clouds of smog that can be seen from outer space?!


- If China ever surpasses the US, how will anyone know???

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Sun Nov 10, 2013, 09:34 PM

1. I saw a report on CNN today about a man in a Chinese labor

camp putting a letter in a halloween decoration he was forced to make. Millions of American workers have lost our jobs to Chinese slave labor and now Obama wants to expand it with the TPP. I worked in a steel mill with good wages and benifits and lost my job to someone in China making 50 cents an hour. The company I worked for had roots back to the 1700s and now it sits abandoned waiting to be scraped. When I started there in 1970 we had 17000 employees today zero.

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Sun Nov 10, 2013, 10:09 PM

2. The technological evolution of industry and manufacturing......

 

...was a given from the start. By 1970, we were warned that society would soon progress at such a fast pace, that people would begin to experience a new cultural phenomenon called ''future shock.'' Where technological changes (and the eventual elimination of jobs to that improved technology) occurs so quickly that people are left unprepared for what they should do next. Even while knowing this was coming, our government(s) sat idly by and did nothing in preparation. Except to allow the process to pull the kinks out, ''naturally.''

- With the direction we now seem headed in, I would not be surprised if one day those cries for help stashed in Halloween costume boxes may be coming from the USA.....

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