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Re: hakka: Re: Fw: Hakka as national language
Well thats too bad, I hope it intereferes, majorly into it.
Taiwan is just a province of the PRC, always will..
Democracy Sucks..Just look at what Democracy did to Russia, Serbia, etc. it
destroyed Serbia by Bombing, then bled Russia dry...all because they had the
guts not to be lapdogs of the USA/NATO/NWO.
Sorry, but i will not see our great China be Humiliated, and then cut to
pieces by "Democratic, Human Rights Loving people."
Find a better form of Government, Like "National Socialism".
From: "David J. Huang" <email@example.com>
To: "Sherman David Cheung" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: hakka: Re: Fw: Hakka as national language
Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2000 23:05:38 +0800
Communist China has no rights to decide the president of Republic of China.
Communist China is also the part of Republic of China.
One China is in the future, not exit now in the world. Only One China is
with Free, law and Democratic China
----- Original Message -----
From: Sherman David Cheung <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, March 16, 2000 11:37 AM
Subject: hakka: Re: Fw: Hakka as national language
> Hi Dylan,
> Beware of Election day gambits, if Chen "Water-Flat" wins...will he keep
> promises? Are you aware of his proclivities for Taiwan Indepedence? Of
> course it sounds good...but, will he deliver? if he wins will he piss off
> the people in Beijing? He is a protege of Lee Dog Jap, the one who wanted
> state to state affairs with the mainland.
> Hi Zinfad, and interested Forum Members,
> I wonder if anyone has heard any information regarding this following
> message which come from the chinese at kenyon dot edu newsgroup. Chern
> Shoeibean is in gwoyeu romatzyh, or in pinyin Chen2 Shui3Bian3 (I
> If this information is to be true, then it provides a very important
> for the preservation of our language, but we may have to look again at
> what the paradigm dialect for Hakka will be.
> ============extract from a message from chinese at kenyon.edu==========
> ' An article in the current FEER (16Mar) reports that presidential
> candidate Chern Shoeibean made a (10-minute) speech in Kehjia-huah, "the
> first by a non-Hakka politician." The article goes on to say "More to
> point, he promised to make the fading Hakka language one of three
> languages ... and set up a Hakka affairs bureau if he wins the election."
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