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Leftist Scholar Breaks into World Bank Conference

Protesting World Bank's plan in China to privatize more business sectors and reduce taxes for private companies. He said that plan was poison that would damage China's economy.

BTW I'm fed up with those state-owned companies. I think that guy is one of the leftist, Maoist scholars.



Added: Feb-28-2012 Occurred On: Feb-28-2012
By: Lake8737
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Tags: china, chinese, economy, world, bank, scholar, leftist
Location: Beijing, Beijing, China (load item map)
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  • I would bang that woman on the right who tried to move him like a ADD kid would a drum.

    Ohh yeah.... FORTH!

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  • Also, every time an Asian interrupts something, a gong should sound off camera.

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  • Calling someone a MAOIST without doing your research is so 1963 - get with the program.


    next think you'll be saying is build a big wall

    In other words you can think China is still in the 60's but you'd be wrong.

    I think you're still in the sixties.

    with all due respect, they even translated his outburst into English.

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    • @OwenHiggins

      I'm calling him a Maoist because he IS a Maoist extremist. I'm a Chinese and I've read some of his leftist bullshit for a while. He is a hardcore anti-capitalist, anti-democratic scumbag, very active in protecting state ownership and political dictatorship. You better do research before you comment on Chinese politics. Capitalism in China is still young and I don't want to see those Maoists come back. Yes, we call anti-capitalist, anti-democratic scumbags Maoists in China. That's More..

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  • He says World Bank is poison, dont expect the Chinese banks to follow the Western banks, a bunch of parasites. Who cares if he is maoist, he is smart.

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