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Should Hong Kong football fans respect the national anthem? - I really think we are asking too much!!!
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Resty Wyse
2017-10-06 17:08:19 UTC
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Should Hong Kong football fans respect the national anthem? - I really think we are asking too much!!!

http://www.scmp.com/comment/polls/poll/2114205/should-hong-kong-football-fans-respect-national-anthem
curie
2017-10-09 15:52:41 UTC
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You don’t like them to respect the national anthem of China?


"Resty Wyse" wrote in message news:348c83aa-75f4-4f5d-9065-***@googlegroups.com...

Should Hong Kong football fans respect the national anthem? - I really think
we are asking too much!!!

http://www.scmp.com/comment/polls/poll/2114205/should-hong-kong-football-fans-respect-national-anthem

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Resty Wyse
2017-10-09 16:17:22 UTC
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You don’t like them to respect the national anthem of China?
The questions are:
1: What kind of football? American football or Hong Kong football?
2: Which national anthem? The "Star Spangled Banner" or the "March of the Volunteers"???

American football has been playing all over the world. So when they play in London, do they play the American national anthen or the British national anthem?
And when they play in Hong Kong, do they play the American national anthen or the "March of the Volunteers"?
s***@gmail.com
2017-10-09 16:22:22 UTC
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Post by curie
You don’t like them to respect the national anthem of China?
1: What kind of football? American football or Hong Kong football?
2: Which national anthem? The "Star Spangled Banner" or the "March of the Volunteers"???
American football has been playing all over the world. So when they play in London, do they play the American national anthen or the British national anthem?
And when they play in Hong Kong, do they play the American national anthen or the "March of the Volunteers"?
So, Yale Guen Mar, do you intend to relocate to your birth village to live under CCP dictatorship?

Guess not. You know only too well that if yi you live under CCP dictatorship nad made posts on soc.culture.china that are contrary to the official party line, then, in no time, partry workers will be at your door step with orders to widen your blasted asshole.

Yale Guen Mar, you are selling out your country, not for the proverbial 30 pieces of silver, but for 50 cents per post from the bandit regime in Beijing.

Yale Guen Mar, you marred your credibility irretrievably a long time ago by using misleading IDs like rst0, rst2, rst4, rst7 and rst9 to suppress your real identity as you spent 24/7 on the newsgroup to earn 50 cents per post from the CCP dictatorship in Beijing.

Yale Guen Mar, you are not Resty Wyse or Rusty Wyseman.

You are not rst0wxyz, rst2wxyz, rst4wxyz, rst7wxyz or rst9wxyz
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You are Yale Guen Mar (born 1st February, 1938 in mainland China) who lives on 3851 Twilight Avenue in Merced, California.

No subterfuge will erase the fact that you have been using aliases not just to to hide your troubled past but to act a Qusiling to USA where you have resided since 1949.

Shame on you. No wonder you were thrown out by May Fung and Yuhua Luo.

Even your live-in-nurse-cum-maid Meichi Thai detests you.

You have become the object of scorn of your Hmong neighbors on Twilight Avenue.

Your tombstone can only read:


Lies here the man with soul so dead,
Who never to himself hath said,
'This is my own, my native land!'


You have no mind of your own - your mind is a slave to CCP's imperialist designs against China's neighbors. You have sold your mind not for the proverbial "thirty pieces of silver" but for 50 cents per post from the CCP:

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The 50 Cent Party are Internet commentators (网络评论员, 網絡評論員, wǎnglù pínglùn yuán) hired by the government of the People's Republic of China (both local and central) or the Communist Party to post comments favorable towards party policies in an attempt to shape and sway public opinion on various Internet message boards. The commentators are said to be paid for every post that either steers a discussion away from anti-party or sensitive content on domestic websites, bulletin board systems, and chatrooms, or that advances the Communist party line.

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Yale Guen Mar, you know which side of the bread is buttered. You know enough of the life under the Beijing regime not to relocate to the land of your birth to live under CCP dictatorship. You will rather stay with Meichi Thai, your caregiver, in Merced, CA and live off US social security checks. But you have no qualms about turning yourself into a stooge and cheerleader of the CCP dictatorship in Beijing. Mr. Quisling would have been proud of you.


Yale Guen Mar, you have been worshipping the wrong mountain, namely, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) dictatorship in Beijing.

The bandit regime in Beijing is verily a false God, rst0/2/7/9.

As a US citizen for at least 68 years, it is best if you worship the majestic Rocky Mountains.

Bur if you must worship a mountain in mainland China, please shift your loyalty to a truly sacred mountain. Please start worshipping the East Great Mountain:

East Great Mountain (Dōngyuè): Tài Shān

Chinese: 泰山; "Tranquil Mountain", Shāndōng Province, 1,545 m, 36°15′N 117°06′E

You are selling out your country, not for the proverbial 30 pieces of silver, but for 50 cents per post from the bandit regime in Beijing.
w***@yahoo.com.sg
2017-10-10 00:09:17 UTC
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There are very few (if any) non-American follwers of American football outside the US.

Wakalukong
Resty Wyse
2017-10-10 03:09:17 UTC
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There are very few (if any) non-American follwers of American football outside the US.
Wakalukong
The NFL football games are played in London, Mexico City, and Hong Kong to full-house fans.

Why does the NFL play games in London?
https://www.sbnation.com/2017/9/24/16346802/nfl-games-in-london-international-series-why

The Oakland Raiders will take on the Houston Texans on 21 November 2016 in Mexico City. Tickets to the game sold out within half an hour when they went on sale last July.
http://www.accidentaltravelwriter.net/2016/11/mexico-city-football-fans-guide-sightseeing-hotels-travel-tips.html

NFL is full speed ahead to China, but not everybody is on board
http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/15113342/nfl-committed-2018-regular-season-game-china-obstacles-objections
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