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      • Race-baiter.

        Really, is it racist to criticize a repressive government’s policies and actions? Is it racist to stand up for dissidents who can’t get their voices heard in their own country?

        • it’s racism and bigotry to generalise china as a repressive, inhumane country

          it’s presumptuous to think that dissidents in China would appreciate such depiction and vlification of China and the Beijing Olympics

          it’s ignorant to ignore just how much pride the Chinese (almost ALL Chinese) takes in the games; to ignore that it is the people who takes ownership of the games, not the Chinese government.

          In a word, to all china-bashers in the name of political correctness, you are absolutely clueless just how much you have offended 99.99% of the Chinese people. You are absolutely ignorant just how effectively you’ve pushed the Chinese people to support the Communist Party even further.

        • guys… as a designer i have to tell you that these types of political illustrations are created to highlight particular issues to the public. Debate over these issues are healthy, it cultivates ethics and morale, without cartoons like this half the world will be clueless, and you wouldn’t be debating your stance on the topic. Don’t hate the designer… he did his job and got you arguing…

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  7. paleezz
    as if beijjing is the only country who puts criminals up for execution in such a manner
    but people
    really
    the government doesn’t give a shit aboutthis
    it’s the athletes u’ll be hurtting

  8. “holy sports activity”

    You are now suspended from the internet, please refrain from expressing what a douche you are.

    Thank you for your cooperation,

  9. this is a great joke. love it!

    i still cant believe that nowaday there’s still ppl which are close minded. those ppl dont know what is creativity about and cant take jokes with them. to hell with them.

  10. Brilliant. and for the MO-RON who refers to the *&^$#% olympics as ‘holy sports activity’– god, get a brain cell, imbecile. NO sport is ‘holy’ to begin with, and the olympics (as you might know if you had a shred of knowledge of anything) are the unholiest of commercial orgies, and have been for decades. Grow up. LOL

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  13. well i guess its kinda funny, because China get a lot of negative press about having the death sentence and then making the families of those killed by firing squad pay for the bullets.

    i can’t wait for when the USA host the Olympics and we can use this method to come up with our logo, like electrocute a guy and the silhouette of his body contorted in pain can be the logo. i mean if its funny that the Chinese have the death sentence it must be equally funny if not funnier that we do

    • actually, it is funny that you morons still have the death sentence (and probably being shot is more human than electrocution).
      (well, only it is not funny for all the black people that you kill)

  14. Just a reminder that the USA has used the death penalty approximately 40 times this year… and until recently, convicts could choose a firing squad as thier method of execution in certain states.

    It’s easy to point the finger at other nations, isn’t it? Take a look at your own savage country.

  15. I don’t know how you dullards could think this is anything but hysterical.
    Maybe you’ve drunk the Chinese kool-aid (now with more traces of lead!) and forgotten how they deal with ‘people’ in their country.

    The worst thing we as a planet could have done was to include them in the games.

  16. I’m a Chinese in shanghai,
    I dont like Beijing Olympic,
    It provide the government a chance to rob the people, and lead corruption.

    Some building cost very high,
    The men in charge of the rpojects steal a lot.
    :(

  17. Kinda odd, it reminded me of the 40+ days of killing of NanJing– those soldiers look Japanese to me, and I guess it’s also the cartoon format of this that looks Japanese. Feels extremely disrepectful to the Chinese. That was one of the ways that those innocent Chinese civilians got killed by the Japs.
    and a comment to ChemiAndy; if you’re Chinese and you don’t support the Bejing Olympics, I don’t know what’s wrong with you. .and. if you think corruption only happens in China, you need to grow up and come to realization that corruption happens everywhere. If you think western countries doesn’t have corruption, GOOD LUCK~ cause’ that’s not how it goes

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  19. f…k u idot!

    How can you guys do that and think like that!

    Are you human-beings?

    I m really wondering that.

    everyone live in their lovely and beautiful country and should be pround of that.

    2008 Olympic is a global holy sport activity, for all people of the world, maybe you guys shoule be the exceptions.

    Sorry for my aggressive attitude.

    But you really should learn how to show you respect, also you could get the respect only if you do that in a right way.

    That’s all!

  20. I think this comic is perfect. The only thing it shows are some military people killing a civilian. So it shows a part of how china works. It’s not about corruption as some people tried to say here. “Just” murder. Done in the name of the chinese government. It does not say chinese people are corrupt or murderers or whatever. It does only blame the government. And that’s something I totally agree with.
    And for those who think this is disrespectful: how can it be respectful to do the olympic games – which stands for peace, harmony and respect – in a country which respects nobody except itself? this failure was done once in 1936 and it should not be done twice.

    just my opinion. let’s hope someday democracy will find it’s way into china and free the chinese people who suffered so much.

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  26. This is the reason why Chow is regarded as a kind of Chinese dog, right? You bet most of people here know little about China but unfortuantely consider themselve always right, another kind of barking dog?

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  28. chinese people agry?
    I know why, cause they don´t like true, only chinnese true.
    And true is managing each other. That´s China. People´s let´s wake up!!!!
    And this nice short picture, reality, nothing news in china!!

  29. To EV and other outraged tender-hearted patriots: All the Chinese have been devastated since the Nanjing massacre….it was brutal, no doubt about that…even nowadays young people in China are being taught to hate the Japanese devils…but look at what has been going on in Tibet for ages….genocide…murders, raping, forced abortions, torturing, death threats, humiliations, lying, denying…the Nanjing massacre can NOT hold a candle to the systematic butchery in Tibet …….saving face above all.. wake up!!!!

  30. Engineer u are a very ignorant man.. If u knew how Tibetans treated other people, you would kno why China put then under their government. What Tibetans do is worse than what happened to Africans in America, and Africans in South African Apartheid… They use bars and shit to hold peoples head down until their eyes pop out and carve them out. They use the people as stepping stones onto horses. Plus a lot of other stuff. So Engineer and any one out there complaining about Tibet, if u knew any of this, you would say ‘thank god China is controlling Tibet’.

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  34. To EV…

    “If you think western countries doesn’t have corruption, GOOD LUCK~ cause’ that’s not how it goes”

    Yeah mate, but even in the USA they don’t regularly round up people who speak out against the government and slaughter them like animals. Otherwise, people like Jon Stewart would’ve perished a VERY long time ago.

  35. come on! please do not! Olympic is the game for all people arround the world! China is a developing country with 1.4 billion population!

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  42. I wish China would do a better job making our stuff since our fucktard anti-American CEOs don’t want us to make our stuff anymore. I swear I hate Chinese crap and as a result I’m starting to really not like the Chinese people. Cartoon is on the money, awesome!

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  44. hahaha! It is creative and funny.

    However, for the average Chinese people, the Beijing Olympics is more about cultural pride than government pride. I don’t think many in the West understands that.

    It’d be a pity if at the end of it all, more animosity than friendship is created as a result of Western ignorance and insensability over the Olympics…

  45. you are very Ignorant. =( =( =( =(

    To the people who talk bad about China, well, you have no idea on what you are saying. First of all, you are not a Chinese, you don’t know what it mean to be a Chinese. For your remark on whether Tibet is part of China or not, it is just nonsense. In China, the human right it not great, but what about America, and all the other western countries, don’t tell me the government is treating everyone as equal all the time. In western countries it is also about the majority that counts, what about the minority, do they always have a say. Just like in Canada, some of the Quebecker want independence, but the question is will the Canadian government let the Quebecker be independent? Well, I don’t think so. In China, human right is a problem, but have you thought about the minorities that are living well. Some of the people out there who criticize China really don’t know what they are talking about. Not all the Tibetan in Tibet wants to separate, just like not all the Quebecker in Canada wants to separate.
    In the West, I almost never even seen anything amount to positiveness about China. But the truth and the fact is, the CCP government has done more good to it’s people than bad over the past 2 decades. I don’t think it is possible to be achieved unless it is communism. Just remember world politics is based on a “zero sum game”.

    • Actually, I am a minority living in Canada, I get free money to pay my
      bills due to the inability to work, and I get to vote so yes, i have a
      say!

      We also let the Quebec people vote on leaving Canada and being
      an Independent nation, you know what they said, Non! – So if their
      majority didn’t want that, we’re not going to force it on them…

  46. WOW check out all the chinese gov web monitors here trying to feed us their propaganda. That cartoon is funny!!!! Theres no censorship here in the west china. Bad luck. Bad to repressing your own citizens.

  47. Look the Olympic torch relay
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/graphiste/2397105733

    English :
    The Beijing Olympic flame went out in Paris on April 7, 2008.

    Fundamental Principles of Olympism :
    The goal of Olympism is to place sport at the service of the harmonious development of man,
    with a view to promoting a peaceful society concerned with the preservation of human dignity

    French :
    La flamme olympique s’est éteinte a Paris le 7 avril 2008.

    Principes fondamentaux de l’Olympisme :
    "Le but de l’Olympisme est de mettre le sport au service du développement harmonieux de
    l’homme en vue de promouvoir une société pacifique,soucieuse de préserver la dignité humaine. "(Charte olympique – Article 2)

  48. In the U.S., 1/100 people are locked up in jail in the U.S. Tens of millions of people live below the poverty line. Police brutality is a fact of life for many. The vast majority of the people in America live paycheck to paycheck – bound in a serf-like manner. The Media controls the news, monopolizing and dumbing down the very discourse that is so essential to a vibrant democracy. Partisan politics has been a scourge, resulting not only in gridlock, but also in attempts to control votes such as redrawing districts to support Partisan power. Lobbyists have hijacked Washington, making opaque back room dealings more the norm than exception. War has been declared in the name of spreading democracy – at inexorable cost to the conquered. Torture is officially sanctioned. The Middle East conflict drags on – with American blessings.

    If you care about “democracy” and “human rights,” please start there. It make no sense to start showing passionate concern for some political prisoners in a faraway land whose culture you do not know, language you do no speak, and history you do no understand. It makes even less to start rooting for a former slave Master who now purportedly wants to lead his people to “autonomy.”

    China Bashing is in vogue. Bash China if you must – but please don’t say you are doing it in the name of “democracy” or “human rights!”

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  50. nice idea.
    @Allen
    You are damn right there buddy. When you consider an american criticizing china in the “en vogue” way. That applies also to all “in fashion critics” all over the W.
    Glad to have the right to criticize from down old europe.
    All en vogue criticism aside one still has the right to criticize china even living in the U.S. but don t forget to take out the own trash once in a while.

  51. Excuse me!
    That is very rude indeed!
    so please la STOP IT!
    :yell:
    But FUNNY!
    but…next tyme try publishing in a funny comic!:p
    may B y can get paid!$$! suggestion only!-__-

  52. u know what i think?it’s stupid.nothin funny.
    i dont mean to say this but you stupid asses know nothin about china. i’ve been to china for several times and i know exactly what it is like.it’s totally different from your imagination.

    • Have you been out of the city? gone to the countryside?… obviously not if you are saying things have changed. So how about you go there, and visit the MAJORITY of the Chinese, then come back to this forum, and write a little comment or two. Not that.

      • Peace: “…i’ve been to china for several times and i know exactly what it is like.it’s totally different from your imagination.”

        Love reply: “Have you been out of the city? gone to the countryside?… obviously not if you are saying things have changed…”

        Comment to Peace. I agree with you.
        Comment to Love. How do you know Peace has never been out of the city? was that part of your imagination?

  53. Honestly, I think this is a bit sick. I mean China is definitely not the top of list when it comes to human rights, but imagine how many people are trying really hard to makes these games go properly. I mean after all, the Olympics are supposed “to contribute to building a peaceful and better world by educating youth through sport practised without discrimination of any kind and in the Olympic spirit, which requires mutual understanding with a spirit of friendship, solidarity and fair play.” Attitudes like this do not contribute to the goal of the Olympics

    Summer Glau

  54. I am happy to see it, though I am Chinese, since I can see how powerful China is to generate so many discussions and argues, at least people are paying attention to its powerful. No country in the world is perfect, and no country never generate any disagrees, so, I don’t care how other countries’ people make fun of us, since this forms the world, that everyone in the world is just making fun of us all day long…

    Je suis tres heureuse de le voir, c’est juste une demonstration de le force de la Chine. Si tu fais attention a la merde de Chinois un jour dans la future, la Chine devenirait une pays tres forcee.

  55. As we see the Chinese Government backtracking on all the promises it previously made and the Olympic committee not even saying a word about it, this parody of the Olympic logo design should get even more exposure.

    Sure, China is not the only country with Death Penalty, but, with more than 3500 executions a year, it’s clearly and by far the worst offender.

    Looks like we’ll remind those games for polluting sports in more than one way. I hope news reports, despite the money invested in those shameful “games” coverage will accurately report on public outrage.

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  57. This is more or less the same as some western societies do, but in a lot more disguized fashion.

    Here in Norway for example the government is massively drugging dissidents with psychiatric medications to shut their mouths. If you to often speek out politically incorrect meanings you are considered mentally insane and taken by the psychiatric service.

  58. Having lived in both worlds, I do like to express my thoughts and concerns.

    Starting with a conclusion: This discussion leads nowhere. But this cartoon does have a rather poor taste.

    No one will likely to convince the other side by arguing, only to aggravate. I do believe, however, that true understanding comes from experiencing while intentionally, genuinely, trying to understand the others’ stand point.

    To educate, not to argue, the differences root in the way of thinking. True that one can always observe behaviours, but communication takes more than mere imitation.

    Simple example, in China, if the guest present the host with gift, it is custom for the host to reject the offer at least 3 time before accepting. Failure of host to reject, or failure of the guest to insist will leave the other party embarrassed, and a very bad impression on oneself. It is not pretense, just tradition to show mutual respect and courtesy. We North Americans would find this a waste of time and fake because we pride in directness and efficiency in daily dealings. In China, it is an art.

    Bizarre? Maybe, but this is only to our own narrow understanding of the world.

    To be honest, I think one should “make friend” with the “enemy”. Contradicting, I know. But it is in the human nature to listen to “friends”. If one truly want to influence the other, constant negative comment does NOT work.

    Though, if you are just arguing for argument sake, rage on. We do live in a free country….just controlled by money.

  59. Cartoon aside, I do not know what are you, Chinese posters so proud of. That you live in a country that is committing cultural genocide in Tibet, that you keep occupying Tibet even thou the people of Tibet speak a different language, look different then you and have completely different culture than you. That you are sending people that speak against the government into reeducation camps without a trial, that the guy who stood in front of a tank in Tiananmen square died recently in jail.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-nXT8lSnPQ

    What exactly are you proud of? That IOC allowed you to host 2008 Olympics after your government lied that they will improve their human rights record and allow free internet access? Now they claim that they are blocking certain websites because it’s not good for the children of China. What a joke. Even the opening ceremony was a lie.

  60. Who cares they can stage a great show….Olympics is just a show really….for advertising $ so fat people can sit down and eat chips while watching TV

  61. Nobody has the authority over human rights…Who decimated Iraq? Agent Oranged Vietnam? Who dropped the atomic bomb? Who pollutes the planet the most? Who kills for Oil? Who introduced global monoculture? and genetic engineering? The list is endless…

  62. Before you spreading it, you’d better learn more.
    it’s trash. not creative and will not show your wisdom totally.

    Beijing 2008 Olympic logo

    The emblem, officially entitled “Chinese Seal – Dancing Beijing”, has a single Chinese character on a traditional red Chinese seal. The words “Beijing 2008″ are written with a Chinese brush below it. The figure in the logo resembles a runner or dancer and the Chinese character “jing” which means “capital”. The image carries the message that today’s China is not only a nation with a long and glorious history, but also one full of modern dynamics.

    Dancing Beijing is a journey to the future, the emblem for China moving towards the 2008 Olympic Games. It represents the heart of an ancient culture embracing the modern world, the spirit of a people moving towards a new destiny. It captures the soul of a city in transformation and its motion conveys a message of hope, joy, and unity.

    Dancing Beijing is a symbol of the city’s promise to make the Games a success and to be unlike any the world has known. The Chinese seal of Dancing Beijing is a promise rooted in honour and trust, character and truth.

    Dancing Beijing is the city’s signature. The ancient art of calligraphy expresses the grace and character of the Chinese and the charm and beauty of their traditions. The image of Beijing’s Olympics, inspired by the ancient figure for Beijing, turns the city into a dancing athlete in the graceful sweep of the calligrapher’s hand.

    Dancing Beijing is the colour of China. Red is the most significant colour in Chinese culture’s symbol of luck, of celebration and of new beginnings. The depth of its meaning equals the depth of its beauty.

    Dancing Beijing represents the spirit of the individual. It is the symbol for every Olympian, every performer, every volunteer and every spectator. Arms flung wide, it invites all people and the world to share in the city’s history, beauty, energy, and its future.

    Dancing Beijing is in the form of the dragon, the ancient symbol of Chinese culture that has both beauty and majesty. It symbolizes a binding of the fire and light of the Chinese people, the power to the promise.

    Dancing Beijing is an invitation, a hand extended in welcome to China’s celebration. The Games are held in the hope of uniting humanity as never before. They are a gesture of friendship and hope that the community of nations will unite in peace through sport.

  63. To Ray: Olimpic is for fat people can sit down and eat chips while whatching TV?… Do you mean the americans and the brits? LoL
    Not as shallow as your thought Ray, Beijinger put it words perfectly.
    Learn more as he says. It carries a much bigger mission than you thought.

    The whole ceremony and event really inspire at least all Chinese throughout the world (more than 1,5billions) if not cross nations.

    In contrary, we dont really cares if at the same time it is enjoyed by a mere 200millions fat people while eating chips and watching TV…
    What were you thinking Ray???

  64. Olympics is a load of crap!!!! In the order of things, we are better off…feeding the starving in Africa…the malnourished children in third world countries and AIDS….It is just wasted money for entertainment…imagine? Billions of Won or $ being wasted….

    It is like the nuke arms race…sports style…just for the ego…it is good entertainment though….I say…scrap the whole goddamn movement…

  65. To Mario Guo,

    Well I was thinking of pizza…LOLOLOL….whats the difference between Louis Vuitton and the Olympics? Nothing, they are both French inventions….an unnecessary luxury….and the whole world is so gullible…

  66. I just want to say that the video’s maker is so ignorant. China was being ahead of the other countrys for thousands years. CHINA has its fatastic history. WEST CONTRYS just surpass China 150 years ago.
    The video maker takes the logo to make fun of CHina. From this thing, HE OR SHE show that he is so ignorant and arrogant. THE LOGE stands for the history—-that China was a leader in the world, including the technologys, the styles of life and so on.
    Anyone, who takes this as a fun, may show his or her ignorant. Please open your eyes on the other coutrys. DON’T keep your blind eye on the CHINA.

  67. the above guys who praise this ideal of carton,I got a question to ask you all,have you ever been to China to find out what really happening here?and then you shall give you comment to this!

  68. 无耻的人,首先你玷污了奥林匹克精神,会受到世界人民的谴责,当然,某些卑劣的人除外,其次,这东西只能体现你的个人素质的欠缺和某些害怕中国崛起的人。中国的强大是必然的,我相信我的祖国。你们极度的自卑造就了你只有以这种方式来掩饰自己内心的惧怕。奥运会结束了,中国是个充满活力的地方,你是不是对中国不是你想象的那么差而感到失望?那就对了,今晚的闭幕式你也别看了,看了也会让你失望的。

  69. u guys dont know china at all. u dont have the right to judge china. find something to support ur arguments,please. when you say we dont have human rights, do you have a clue what you are talking about? do you think that chinese will thank you for “fighting for” their huaman rights? when you make a conclusion, at least you should ask the people involved.

  70. Before you spreading it, you’d better learn more.
    it’s trash. not creative and will not show your wisdom totally.

    Beijing 2008 Olympic logo

    The emblem, officially entitled “Chinese Seal – Dancing Beijing”, has a single Chinese character on a traditional red Chinese seal. The words “Beijing 2008″ are written with a Chinese brush below it. The figure in the logo resembles a runner or dancer and the Chinese character “jing” which means “capital”. The image carries the message that today’s China is not only a nation with a long and glorious history, but also one full of modern dynamics.

    Dancing Beijing is a journey to the future, the emblem for China moving towards the 2008 Olympic Games. It represents the heart of an ancient culture embracing the modern world, the spirit of a people moving towards a new destiny. It captures the soul of a city in transformation and its motion conveys a message of hope, joy, and unity.

    Dancing Beijing is a symbol of the city’s promise to make the Games a success and to be unlike any the world has known. The Chinese seal of Dancing Beijing is a promise rooted in honour and trust, character and truth.

    Dancing Beijing is the city’s signature. The ancient art of calligraphy expresses the grace and character of the Chinese and the charm and beauty of their traditions. The image of Beijing’s Olympics, inspired by the ancient figure for Beijing, turns the city into a dancing athlete in the graceful sweep of the calligrapher’s hand.

    Dancing Beijing is the colour of China. Red is the most significant colour in Chinese culture’s symbol of luck, of celebration and of new beginnings. The depth of its meaning equals the depth of its beauty.

    Dancing Beijing represents the spirit of the individual. It is the symbol for every Olympian, every performer, every volunteer and every spectator. Arms flung wide, it invites all people and the world to share in the city’s history, beauty, energy, and its future.

    Dancing Beijing is in the form of the dragon, the ancient symbol of Chinese culture that has both beauty and majesty. It symbolizes a binding of the fire and light of the Chinese people, the power to the promise.

    Dancing Beijing is an invitation, a hand extended in welcome to China’s celebration. The Games are held in the hope of uniting humanity as never before. They are a gesture of friendship and hope that the community of nations will unite in peace through sport.

  71. All who like the pictures are don’t know China, don’t know Chinese,and sure they don’t know the 5000 years history and culture. You can just type letters, you know what’s charactor, the most famous words from the ancient?
    You feel disappoint when you see a strong and rich China, right, crowd?
    A short man never see farther!!!He just see the shortter arround him. If there is a taller one along him, he will envy and fuirous.
    Tell you, stupid, if you want to see the real China, please raise your head!
    We are a great nation, we will be stonger and stonger……Because all we love our coutry, very very much!!!
    And at last you are dead if we every of Chinese spit ……..

  72. 你可能看不懂中文,但是我也不想用你们的文字.
    奥林匹克运动会是全人类的伟大的盛会,每一届的标志都是庄严的,不可亵渎的!
    你的这种行业是严重的反人类罪行!!!

  73. “某些人”就是见不得别人好,此称为心狭之人。
    “某些人”就是没那个能力而只会在背后说人,此称为卑鄙小人。
    “某些人”就是怕别人超过他,就在暗地里搞破坏,此称为猪狗不如的东西。
    “某些人”真是太没素质,太没文化了。也就只有“某些人”才会做这种事

  74. Very funny, you do not understand China, the Chinese do not know, you did not measure the narrow-minded, I can say that you are ignorant Chunzhu or that you are bored of racial discrimination »
    China will shut you do not understand the Gouzui, China has destroyed the history, culture, historical heritage 5000, the Chinese text for use in 5000, the history of China, China’s power you do not understand, you can not understand it, you Feel scared, worried that you will first have the Oriental dragon will awake into the sky, to those who violated China’s bitter fight against the guy, ignorance, shameless! Quality!

  75. 很可笑,你不了解中国,不懂中国,你的心胸狭隘没有度量,我能说你是无知的蠢猪还是说你是无聊的种族歧视者?
    不了解中国就闭上你的狗嘴,中国有摧残的历史文化,有5000的历史传承,中国的文字使用长达5000年,中国的历史,中国的力量你们不了解,你们不敢了解,你们会感到害怕,你会担心这头已经苏醒的东方巨龙会腾空而起,给那些侵犯过中国的家伙沉痛打击,无知,无耻! 幼稚!

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  77. That was just plain sad. “Just 4 laughs”? I don’t think so. There wasn’t even an ounce of humor in that. Why don’t you tell me how London got it’s pathetic 2012 logo then, and oh, please make it as bloody and ignorant as this one was, thanks. 3 words. Get off it. The Chinese government is making major reforms. Get that into your head, for everyone’s sake. Take this off and stop wasting everyone’s time. Whoever created this has just been crowned 2007′s most insensitive moron.

  78. I think you don’t have brain .
    Do you know the spirit of olympic games?
    if you are a chinese ,you are not admitted to be a chinese.
    if not ,do you think you have know so little about chiese culture that you spread such full comic?
    you stupid.
    your behavier will bring curse and punishment!
    never do such full action ,or you will trap yourself!

  79. Facts speak louder than words, no sense to comment on those pictures, wrong or right thoughts etc. Just watch someone carrying on being a laughing stock and well-in frog…..funny for fun!

  80. I think this cartoon is just that a cartoon and as a cartoon I think it is very good and the person who thought it up is quite bright and on the ball.

    Far ahead of myself and most other people.

    As for the people who say they love china, I believe they do really believe this.
    However that said they are also the children of the corrupt but rich officials who control china. These children don’t really know anything but what they have been taught all their lives and that is china is great.
    For them china is great but they have never had to suffer at the hands of the corrupt officials who take everything from anyone they can to have more for themselves.

    As for the 5000 years of china, it sure was a very bloody 5000 years wasn’t it.

    Now back to the cartoon.

    I really think it suits china as china execute an estimated 8000 people a year this way.
    That is more than all of the other countries in the world combined including russia the mother country to the so called communist party.

    People who stick up so hard for china really shouldn’t be chastised for doing so.
    They really don’t know as they have always had everything censored for them as well as handed to them.

    Just ask them about Tienanmen square and they will not know anything about it even though they grew up in Beijing.

    Who is the ones that can leave china?

    Well only those who can afford it of course.

    The corrupt but rich chinese officials and their families.

    What bothers me is that my government as well as most others welcome them with open arms, so that they can come here to rape our generous system of whatever they can get their hands on.

    I have lived in china for many years and I have been on both sides of the equation.

    Yes I like being handed things for free but I also feel guilty for taking them knowing all the while that many were robbed in order for it to be given to me.

    Booboo

  81. Nice but misleading. Somewhat akin to the LAPD, NYPD (put your own PD here) beating and shooting it’s citizens or the American soldiers killing or torturing others. China is a big country with some problems but to paint the whole country and all it’s people with one big bloody red paint brush is absolutely comical and negates all the positive things they’ve done. They are right now helping America out of our own financial disaster, one we made ourselves with fraudulent home loans.

  82. excellent… very creative…

    and how come *SOME* of the chinese are getting offended by the cartoon and not by the harsh realities?!

    booboo said: “People who stick up so hard for china really shouldn’t be chastised for doing so. They really don’t know as they have always had everything censored for them as well as handed to them”

    is dat so? well somebody plzzz enlighten these *PARTICULAR* morons! and ban them from coming here till dey get know d facts and get a sense of humor! Jus bcoz dese ppl dont know shit about deir own country, doesnt mean dat d cartoon aint funny, truthful or relevant…

    and why on earth r are so many chinese confusing a statement against their political regime to be a statement against their culture? its not as if a dragon is killing the man, if you pardon my crudeness…

    so if u r a chinese citizen who loves his/her country, plz dont post crap like “u dont have the right to judge china”… nobody is judging china here… its just an artistic outlet of a fact… dat the government over there @#$%&^ you over for things that are as basic as earning and saving wealth… things that most of the world takes for granted…

    besides my country is democratic… so actually, i *DO* have the right to judge anything i want to, unlike you guys :P

    • you should learn to write proper English first before ridiculing others. By the way, we are not being %F$^F# over for earning and saving wealth, we are fine, thanks for your concern. You should be more worried at your own wealth nowadays I guess, how many banks do you have left?? Oh I forgot, your democratic government spent all your wealth on slaughtering the Afghanistan people and fooled around with realties, how much debt do you carry for your democratic country? Did they have your permission to have you on debt?? The right to judge is the only right you have left I guess :p

  83. 虽然我不是个中国人,但我要说些话。我认为中国人还没习惯西方的文化。你们要知道类似的漫画才不是为了冲击中国人。只是一种幽默而已。我们也会风此我们自己的文化,自己的政府,自己的领导人等等。我觉得你们要长大,平静下来,不要认真对待这样的漫画或者抨击中国的报道。讽刺互相就是好玩。明白吗?

    • yes, maybe i need to agree with you. it is just a cartoon, your western cultrue. we need to (are trying hard to) enforce our government more just, fair and open. we need to improve, but not attack, injury and insult each other.

      but you do insult me at least, when i first watch those pictures. maybe it is the difference between our culture.

    • 我先明白的是,你要闭上你的嘴,我不需要习惯什么西方文化,因为连你这样的装“外国人”的人都中文这样好,可见西方人很想了解中国文化,那就足够了。其次我要告诉你的事,政府的问题我不关心,我看你在这装我很不爽,还不是“中国人”。接着装,一会雷就劈你!你以为靠你妈在国外给人家刷几年盘子让你出了国就是外国人来!?还不是一样进不了社会主流,还不是一样是社会底层。装,继续装,不装你也就死了。

    • 你要明白 这种”幽默”是建立在日本带给中国人的长达半个世纪的灾难上
      图上画得应该是日本鬼子吧 我想这应该是大多数中国人看到这幅”漫画”的第一反应
      你既然不是中国人,也应该是亚洲人吧?如果你是日本人我不说什么了

  84. 中国百年来受到的耻辱一定要一百倍还给所有欺负、侵略过中国的所有下贱流氓国家!美国人、日本人全去死!!!

  85. 我操你妈的说,你要是来中国,弄死你。忘了,你这种败类怎么能能够来呢。

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  87. I found the best thing to my friend’s birthday… It’s really hard to find cool and still unique.
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  88. Guys~~~plz stop
    firstly, i am a chinese but studying aboard, i love china so much not because i’v been taught so but i feel it inside of my heart. Actually, i feel nothing about these pictures,not angry, not happy, just nothing. Do u guys really think it’s creative? How? Something like this was never aim to make u guys to consider it as good or not, it just makes the author feel fun to watch u people fighting.This is the Internet mates, come on grow up~
    Secondly, China is a big country, well, maybe not a strong country, but it is being stronger with a amazing speed that u foreigners and even chinese people can never imagine. Then why u care about these meaningless things?Be liberal~most foreigners know nothing about China, they are the ones who being taught something wrong by their government. They may even not know China is a modern country until they saw the Beijing Olympics from TV. U guys know about TV programs of western country? Barely positive aspect of other countries, mostly negative. But in Chineses TV programs, we never see those dark judement about other countries, why?Because being a big country, China is making her children to love all of people. When u ever become bigger, others become smaller in ur eyes. Think about urself, u are not 100% accepted by everybody.What u do?u are still living, growing, as happy as usual.So if u love China, just pray for her, if u don’t, then just don’t, since China already has over 10billion children which is way enough.

    Cheers mates, Just living in a happy world.

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  94. You fxxking loser, you dont fxxking deserve to have a chinese last name. you ABCs should know more about your origin and thus should rather BE PROUD of the Beijing Olympic Games.

  95. The response level to national disaster is noble but it’s a damn shame that so many people take advantage of the negative situations.

    I mean everytime there is an earthquake, a flood, an oil spill – there’s always a group of heartless people who rip off tax payers.

    This is in response to reading that 4 of Oprah Winfreys “angels” got busted ripping off the system. Shame on them!
    http://www.cbsnews.com/blogs/2009/08/19/crimesider/entry5251471.shtml

  96. 你先说明清楚,被枪毙的那个人是中国人吗?而开枪的是哪个国家的人?

    你是恶意的,这是伟大的创意玩笑,但因此会得罪14亿中国人和支持中国的人。

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