Fenqings celebrate 2010 Nobel Peace Prize

Just trouble making white motherfuckers trying to spit in the face of the Chinese people. I hope they take the fucker out and empty an AK47 magazine into his fucken head.

Mongol Warrior, commenter on Found in China, on the Nobel Committee’s decision to award the 2010 prize to Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo (刘晓波).

2 Comments to “Fenqings celebrate 2010 Nobel Peace Prize”

  1. Fenqing “boy” of modern day sounds like sexually deprived Adam Lambert wannabe, and for girl, want to look like 江青, talk 江青,spit like 江青, and most importantly of all, want to fall in love with another girl.

    oops .. sorry for the sexually confused innuendo comment.

    Reading the Nobel prize history, I still view that Nobel gives out its prize based on individual achievement & effort rather than appeasing any governments of the world. Though I am quite disgusted when they gave it spineless like henry kissinger, yaseer arafat, both are big liars, also to Obama (what did he do so far ?)



  2. Are you referring to the blue apple (李云鹤)? Be careful – she’s a saint.

    As for the Nobel Peace Prize Committee’s choices, as this is a very far sighted blog, I wrote down my view of the 2009 award here.
    I’m thinking of the Nobel Peace Prize not only as something that should honor achievements for peace once completed, but also something that should encourage such achievements. Therefore, I don’t see that much of a problem with Kissinger and Arafat being on the illustrious list, too.

    Obviously, when it comes to the prize going to several people of very different parties, there will be usually one “outshining” the other(s). Nelson Mandela is better remembered as a laureate than Frederik Willem de Klerk (though I believe de Klerk deserved the prize no less than Mandela), and Yitzhak Rabin (deservedly, I believe) “outshines” Yasser Arafat.

    Willy Brandt, too, got the award long before his Ostpolitik was completed. He had signed treaties with the USSR and Poland before getting the prize, but only reached the most controversial part of his Eastern Policy with East Germany after that. I’m sure it also helped him to win the 1973 elections, after which the Basic Treaty with East Germany was ratified by parliament.

    There is no peace without prior efforts – those need to be encouraged, too.


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