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Q: Would you date a party member?

I am aware that some party members are members for reasons unknown to them, but some are to be influencers, some are to gain business opertunities. But would you think normal party members should be considered in any way responsible for wrongdoings by the gubbermint. 

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Yes, I would ... butT, not before I get confirmation on my earlier Q:

 

Does coconut milk make breasts bigger? In China?

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Most teachers are party members for promotion in Shandong, dues are 92 rmb monthly at the high schools, may depend on the city, this is the rate in qingdao.

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He** yeah I would!  Like everyone says and knows they just do it for self-promotion, or maybe to keep from getting persecuted @ work.  But we all know it means nothing anymore, I mean it means nothing re. Communism.  Communism bit the dust when ol' sh*t-head (Deng Xiaoping)* looked at HK from SZ and said 'Lets be like that' !

 

*did I spell it right?  haha, u know what I think is funny,,,, his name kinda sounds like 'done shopping'. and the reason it's funny is because now Chiners are Mental for shopping!!  They may make 5k a month, but boy they are out there buying junk on the day off,,, stuff I sure don't buy,,, $5 for a coffee?  $5 for an ice-cream cone?  crazee...   so, ol' Deng hit the nail on the head with that one,,, China is as Capitalist as Capitalist can be ~

 

Deng Xiaoping Theory was added to the party constitution at the 14th National Congress. The concepts of "socialism with Chinese characteristics" and "the primary stage of socialism" were credited to the theory. Deng Xiaoping Theory can be defined as a belief that state socialism and state planning is not by definition communist, and that market mechanisms are class neutral. In addition, the party needs to react to the changing situation dynamically; to know if a certain policy is obsolete or not, the party had to "seek truth from facts" and follow the slogan "practice is the sole criterion for the truth". At the 14th National Congress, Jiang reiterated Deng's mantra that it was unnecessary to ask if something was socialist or capitalist, since the important factor was whether it worked.

 

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