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2953 Views | 18 Comments | 7/15/2019 11:56:32 AM
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#2019-07-24 12:17:30 by JohnAbbot @JohnAbbot

@melcyan - I think you're asking for too much. CLM and ALM are the important sites, and blogs that are mainly relevant to them belong on the CLM/ALM blogs. If there is a small component that touches on conspiracy theories while the majority relates to CLM or ALM issues then the blog needs to be posted here, not in Conspiracy corner.

The reason for that is that the relevant talk about CLM or ALM related matters is seen not only by the readers, but also by the search engines. The more the relevant talk is seen by the search engines to be clearly posted on the CLM/ALM blogs the more likely they will index them and credit the dating sites with them.

Sooner or later, and I hope sooner, Conspiracy Corner will be moved to another site where it is more relevant. The Chinese or Asian dating or relationship or cultural talk will have no value there whatsoever and it will be lost to CLM and ALM.

In addition, if this blog was posted in Conspiracy Corner then those members who are not interested in the political conspiracy subjects would not have read it, but there are some issues discussed here that are very much worth being read by all members. 

In truth I can only see one paragraph in the blog that I would say is clearly "conspiracy theory" related. That paragraph is as follows:

"As for being 'independent', yep, that too. America can have its 'independence' just as long as it continues to pay tax to the British government, and the rent on the White House to the Vatican."

When I wrote in my original comment that:

"The usual references to things like mandatory vaccines, the US paying tax to the UK and rent to the Vatican, the US being a war mongerer and the requisite attack on "Chump" all suggested it was headed in a direction being totally irrelevant to any discussion pertaining to Western men dating Chinese (or Asian) women."

I meant exactly what I said. It was not clearly a Conspiracy Corner related blog, it simply felt that more likely than not it was headed in that direction. 

It did not, however, end up going in that direction but instead turned out to be a blog very related to CLM issues.

Paul has suggested that you advise of the matters raised in the blog that were conspiratorial in nature and I think that is a fair question.

I would also point out that the comments made by readers so far have been relevant completely to Chinese or US cultural issues except your two comments and Paul's specific responses to those comments.

It is my intention that if a blog is very conspiratorial in nature and only minutely related to Chinese or Asian dating relevant matters I will place it in Conspiracy corner.  If it is clearly more related to Chinese or Asian dating issues then it will go here. If it is impossible for me to decide I may ask the author for a rewrite.

Having said all that, I would appeal to the bloggers to either steer clear of conspiracy related material or stick clearly to it. That will make life much easier for all of us, especially you.

#2019-07-24 14:54:30 by paulfox1 @paulfox1

Melcyan, like many others, is fond of calling ALL conspiacies a 'theory'.

In my CC blog 'DOUSEEWHATIC' everything I presented there was factual - there's no 'theory' at all.

Melcyan's pathetic attempt over in the Forum section was a total waste of time, and not worth replying to IMHO.

If he did any reseacrh at all, he would know that the phrase 'conspiracy theory' was coined by the CIA in order to make people feel stupid if they did not believe in the official narrative of the (faked) JFK 'assassination'.

 

#2019-07-24 14:56:52 by paulfox1 @paulfox1


@kalzorch

If you watch that movie and pay attention to the scene I referred to, then it's easy to see why it was deleted here in China. Don't get me wrong, I am NOT condoning censorship, but that scene was uncalled for IMHO.

 

#2019-07-24 17:07:47 by oldghost @oldghost

@paulfox

trivial pursuits, in pursuit of the trivial - seek and ye shall find - trump that if you cannot follow suit. 老鬼

Eyes to Hong Kong and how that is to be resolved, hoping forlornly it will be done calmly without intervention from the double-standard bearers in UK and USA.

On the differences of China, the family is indeed a big one (difference, that is), normally much much closer than that of Australia/NZ/Canada... where children, parents and grandparents live separately, parting as soon as possible. So too is the manner of passing wealth to the children which often occurs in China at the time of the marriage of children rather than at death of the parents. 70% of Chinese own their own home as a result, increasingly rare with the young Aussie families of today.

#2019-07-26 10:47:09 by paulfox1 @paulfox1


@oldghost

I agree. However, I cannot help thinking that the HK debacle is a storm in a teacup. Taiwan is also in the 'sights' of Beijing, if fakestream media is to be believed.

As far as the Chinese family vs Western family comparison, I think the Chinese 'way' is far better in many respects, but that's just my personal opinion. I'm not sure I would want my in-laws living with me though

#2019-08-13 14:26:59 by anonymous20643 @anonymous20643

Ok, a few things...

1. Mandatory vaccinations...  nope. I (and all 4 of my other siblings) managed to make it completely through schooling without them.  Didn’t get vaccinated until I joined the military. 

2 What taxes to the British Government? Vatican?  Please cite your sources. 

3  Facebook is banned because there were a series of riots and protests in 2008, and the government used it as a scapegoat, claiming that the organizers were coordinating through Facebook messenger and Facebook groups.  Whatsapp isn’t blocked, only the ability to send pictures and videos, because people were sharing copious amounts of porn through it  

4. If you think that Chinese aren’t oppressed, then I suggest that you take a trip to Xinjiang sometime, and talk to some of the locals...  Also, what do you think that they are protesting in Hong Kong? 

5. About visas...  before moving here, I would visit China every summer for 5-7 weeks. Never had a problem getting a visa. 

#2019-08-16 13:13:21 by paulfox1 @paulfox1


@anonymous20643

1. How many years ago was that? Mandatory vaccines are something being pushed today, not decades ago.

2. Take a look at the work of 'Gabriel & McKibbern', or read a book!

3. Facebook should be banned everywhere. Check who owns it, and what it WILL be used for in the not-too-distant-future. Anyone using FB is a fool, IMHO.

4. Chinese are not as oppressed as people living in the West

5. I was referring to CHINESE PEOPLE traveling OUT of China. Getting a visa to visit China is easy for us guys

#2019-08-17 07:50:03 by paulfox1 @paulfox1


@anonymous20643

Two things I forgot to mention

Whatsapp may WORK in China if you already have it. I have tried to download it several times, to no avail. It seems I must wait until I go overseas, and then download it. Perhaps it will then work in China?

 

Hong Kong 'protests'. These were so 'bad' that no flights were disrupted. Trump offered 'a meeting' with Xi JinPing, presumably to offer assistance.

To me, the whole thing is about as real as the Jeffrey Eggstain 'suicide'.

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