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China believes the following: (Armageddon written 2013) - Mosquitoes ignored and a cruise missile in every bowl.

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China rebukes Australia, US for 'irresponsible comments' on South China Sea, SBSNEWS WORLD, 3-6-2018
US warns of 'consequences' if China continues 'intimidation and coercion', SMH, By Fergus Hunter, 2 June 2018
China believes the following: Avoid a zero-sum game in South China Sea Xinhua | 2013-12-17 17:02:25 By Agencies Chinese Defense Ministry Issues Statement Playing Down Near Collision at Sea By BREE FENG December 18, 2013
1. "The Chinese economy is so intertwined with the rest of the world that a peaceful path of development is both necessary and inevitable."
There is a limit to what most cultures will endure regards tyranny before they determine it is not worth the shiny new toy and they have it built elsewhere. China has to realize they are not indispensable as they have clearly led themselves to believe what is 'intertwined' can be unwound or simply thrown away to start again elsewhere. Chine by its continuing actions are making that cost …

‘Not Islam’. It is just not going to stand up to any reasonable evaluation as increasingly the broken bodies and lives keep rolling in.

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At what point regards the above and the ethical network connections these individuals make outside those listed above which sustains their existence and social support constitutes the exact point, the British Task Force claims exists, between the ethical divide of Islam and 'Not Islam'='a distinct ideology'?  It is not possible is it? Therefore? 
The British Task Force report defines Islamist extremism as "a distinct ideology which should not be confused with traditional religious practice (and)... is based on a distorted interpretation of Islam, which betrays Islam's peaceful principles" Terror Asbos For Extremists Under PM Plans Sky News UK, Wednesday 04 December 2013
How is it possible statistically for so many Islamic adherents from the seventh century to this point in time to come to exactly the same interpretation of the Islamic cultural foundation codex construct of Other that such a claim 'distorted interpretation of Islam' is rationally poss…

Chinas Key to a Secure and Prosperous Future – Redefine the Chinese Cultural Foundation Codex Construct of Women.

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"..education of women in particular fosters patterns of thinking that greatly improve quality of life, for both parents and children." Development Through the Lifespan, Fifth Edition Laura E. Berk



China easing one-child policy amid elderly boom
Sunny Yang, USA TODAY 11:34 a.m. EST November 15, 2013

"The birth rate of most Chinese provinces, especially in coastal provinces, is actually very low," He said. "Many couples don't want to give birth to a second child because of the financial burden."
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Luo Dongling, 42, female, a state worker from Zhanjiang, Guangdong Province, welcomed the changes in the child policy.

"Some of my colleagues have been fired in previous years because they gave birth to more than one child," she said. "But people in my hometown still think boy is better than girl, so they would rather to sacrifice anything to have a baby boy, no matter the fine, or losing of a good job."

Rural Women Stage Innovative Protest for…

How do you go about it. One Child Lost is One Child Too Many. One Child Lost is One Child Too Many. One Child Lost is One Child Too Many. One Child...

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Until each human knows within their heart each daughter is my daughter, each son is my son, each mother is my mother, each father is my father we will let apathy and our Cultural Foundation Codex ‘Other Last – If At All’ be their last memory of us.

It is not a matter of demonizing, stigmatizing nor erroneous stereotyping it is a matter of the evidence.
“There are no safeguards provided by nature against employment of thoroughly inappropriate concepts by communities who are self-harming, apparently wilfully, but actually without realising it.” The Future of Strategy, Colin S. Grey, 2015
"Culture is critical in shaping the manner in which people perceive, evaluate, and choose options for dealing with conflict. Conflict resolution, as a cultural phenomenon, is highly connected with and dependent on a society’s relevant norms, practices, and institutions. Different cultures develop their own formal and informal ways of handling conflict. This fact becomes ever more important when people …