China: What Has My Country Done For Me?

ESWN translated an article, What has my country done for me? from Southern Weekend's special issue for the 59 anniversary of the Nation. Other articles in the special issue includes: What have I done for my country?[zh] What else can my country do for me?[zh] What else can I do for my country?[zh]

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  • Rhys Hovey

    Please learn about the conspiracy that may involve terrorists in the ACLU, blocking our law enforcement (FBI) from catching our -international- organized crime / bioterrorists. We may save Africa a bioelectromagnetic torture session, and a media full of propaganda bombardment, about Nazi-Zionist-tutu ,Mind Control, and AFRICOM. This propaganda helps our mafia hide bioelectromagnetic long distance torture weapons. This propaganda is already in place on the internet. Our high tech mafia has taken almost total communications control in the US and Canada, through a technological crippling of the FBI. I am a high tech crime unit applicant, and this is a warning and SOS call. They torture people with SOUND and they have long range magnetoencephalography, capable of long range phonetic extraction. They exploit the mental hospitals as a virtual jail. Censorship is algorithmically done online, and integrated with “Windows“ and other operating systems. They purposely use minority races because of racial profiling, which they attempt to stop with the ACLU. Scientology may be part of the media cover story as well, purposely making themselves look stupid, to help hide science. Part of their political propaganda/agenda is to try to hide “mind control” weapons in the name of climate control, both use microwave technologies heavily. My name is Rhys Paul Hovey, I am a Canadian,. Please help!! SOS SOS SOS

  • […] has given them, from peace to economic prosperity to an open attitude toward gay relationships (h/t Global Voices, which provides links to companion articles in Chinese on what more China could do for its people, […]

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