It’s hard to believe that America’s neocons will allow Kim Jong Un to remain in power for long if a deal is reached with the United States during President Trump’s history-making summit with Kim Jong Un.
The only question in my mind is will they assassinate him or allow him to retire to the West to shoot hoops with Dennis Rodman.
I saw the headline on Friday saying that a kangaroo had been stoned to death and guessed that the stone throwing evil bastards were Chinese.
The chinks are among the worst ethnic groups in the world in the way they treat animals.
Sure there are exceptional Chinese who care about wildlife, but it’s not part of their genetic makeup.
I honestly don’t like the Chinese so much that I hate owning anything made in China. I try to buy older products made in the USA at thrift stores when I can find them. Having to touch something made by a chink gives me the creeps.
One kangaroo was killed and another injured at a zoo in southeast China after visitors to their enclosure pelted the animals with rocks and other objects in an apparent attempt to get the kangaroos to hop around. The abuse has sparked fury online and prompted renewed scrutiny into the mistreatment of animals at Chinese zoos, several of which have gained notoriety in recent years for cramped and cruel conditions.
The cold dead slanted eyes of the Chinese student cheater above say that there’s no sense of shame in her.
Are Asians really smarter than whites, as the press likes to gloat about, or are intelligence tests given only to the brightest Orientals. Alternatively, we might ask how common cheating is among the Chinese.
A Chinese woman pleaded guilty on Monday to cheating on a college-entrance exam, becoming the latest person to admit wrongdoing amid US probes into international students who use impostors to gain admission to American universities.
Roy’s employer, Marriott, may have fired him, but the pressure was on from the dirty, rotten Chinese government.
Once the chinks have their hooks into you, you’re going to obey or be punished by them. Marriott was punished (in the pocketbook) by the slants. One of their demands was that Roy be severely dealt with.
While logged into an official Marriott Twitter account, he believes he probably — and accidentally — clicked “like” on a pro-Tibetan tweet thanking Marriott for listing Tibet as its own country, and not a part of China, on a survey.
‘Star Wars’ does not have the power of The Force in China. There is no nostalgia for the property there and despite Disney spending millions to market the franchise, it’s just hitting a Great brick wall. ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ took in a lousy $28.7M on its opening weekend, paling in comparison to Chinese comedy ‘The Ex-File 3: The Return of the Exes’ which earned $87M and that was in its second weekend. In an unprecedented move, Chinese exhibitors are dumping ‘The Last Jedi’ by an incredible 92% in its second weekend. It’s dropping from 34.5% of the screens in the Middle Kingdom to 2.6%, with some of those being turned over to ‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle‘ and others going to local films.