Me VS. Pussythink.

Those who think one child policy is evil, feel free to visit China. Apparently this Adam Minter dude from Bloomberg has never visited China. The highlight is not the good old thought police drill that Chinese government is evil by regulating people’s reproductive rights and make 400 million abortions over the years. This piece has unsurprisingly exactly the same tongue as millions of other reports on China’s family planning policy. Bored as usual, I mechanically scrolled the page to check out the comments. Not that I expect something spectacular, I was really just tired of the same old pussy talks over and over again. Then I found out the comment of this Chinese dude Weimin Ma and the rebuttal of Adam Minter. Oh holy celestial heaven, let’s drift a bit away from the actual context of the comments, am I the only one who finds it extremely similar to an argument between a man and a woman?

Let’s put further analysis on their dialogue:

” Why would the author say that China’s one child policy is”notorious”? As a journalist, he should know what is opinion and what is facts. The policy is a country with the worlds 25% population being responsible. Without the policy, China would still have a rapidly expending population which started alomsot half acentury ago and that would be disastrous to China and the entire human being.”  –Ma

The dude’s been talking only about facts to challenge the author’s view. Well, all is pretty solid and sensical, but in a way that seems quite impersonal and objective.  It is as if a man’s voice: ” woman you are wrong, and here are reasons why you are wrong, brap brap brap.” But the woman of course wouldn’t listen to facts.

“Thank you for the advice on what a journalist should know. Now allow me to give you some advice on what someone commenting here should know: Bloomberg View is an opinion site – not a news site – and the stories here openly reflect the opinions of their authors. In this case, my opinion is that the one-child policy is notorious – that is, it has an oft-poor reputation both inside and outside of China. Feel free to disagree.” –Adamina

It’s not a normal woman, it’s a feminist! Cut the crap of those pretentious and specious of “agree to disagree” claptrap. What it all matters is MY OPINION and my opinion only! No facts, no evidence, in fact, screw those facts of yours! I think it has an oft-poor reputation both inside and outside of China, and that’s final! And I am having a period so or like it or not it is what I say it is! Now cut your dick off!

Suffice to say the drill has retarded lots of men’s mind into the stage of pussythink. Thanks to the leftism. But seriously, for all the rage you could possibly accumulate from reading this post, what exactly do you want to do to shake things up? By bringing this Adamina in disguise to China would only change her opinion on this particular issue, whereas there are 99999999 other Adamina out there typing the same excrements everyday. Maybe we should tune the Western society into the correct direction and force insurmountable resistance from the behemoth Left, which is futile, or we should let the world rot to hell with the Goliath together so that the awakened could lead the world again out of the ultimate misery? Alas, perhaps we could find a biological solution to genetically engineer men for the immunity of pussythink. But then again I hate science fictions. If the system is too rotten to be repaired, might as well just let it rot all the way.

4 comments

  1. This is how democracy works. decisions are made based on some mop think. Opinions are formed based on the edicts of leftist liberal media. In that sense, things have not changed for the last few decades.

    That said, though the one child policy was a much needed counter to what Mao pushed in the fifties (be fruitful and multiply), it has outlived its usefulness. Even if there are no restrictions applied, China is destined to have below replacement fertility as far as the eye can see. Japan, Korea, Hong Kong and Taiwan offer glimpses of what is to come for mainland China. All not very encouraging signs. Population pressure will ease as the country gets wealthier and the baby boomers die out (in the next few decades), but the fertility trend, once established, is unrelenting. I think the goal from now on should be population stabilization, not de-population.

  2. Sometimes I dont know what the leftists are thinking. Do they expect China to go the way of India where 48%(!!!!) of all children are malnourished because they didnt have the insight or fortitude to implement the necessary policies?

    Here is an excerpt from the article about India BTW:

    http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/malnutrition-stunting-growth-in-indian-children-report/1/223810.html
    “According to the report – Children in India 2012 – 48 per cent children under the age of five are stunted (too short for their age), which indicates that half of the country’s children are chronically malnourished.”

  3. The press has many neat phrases for suggesting that their own opinions are the voice of the people, “was seen”, “notorious”, etc.

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