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Han Chinese are Super Cucks
« on: January 15, 2020, 12:06:42 PM »
The Han Chinese betrayed their own kind for some Manchu's poons. AHAHAHA . Unbelievable. I can't believe what I am reading, folks.  So the Manchu created this system called the 8 Banners for Han Chinese defectors, offered them hairy Manchu's pussies if they are willing to betray the Ming. It was a sucessful system, indeed, for 44 year, the traitorous Han fought along side the Manchu to defeat the Ming. Then After the war, they spent 18 years hunting and massacring Ming Loyalists.

I don't see Han's supremacy anywhere in Chinese history. Only Han's cuckery and thirst for Tungustic coochie. So thirsty that they will cannibalize and sell out their own just to get a piece.

After the war, the Han were turned into slaves once again. With foot bounded and pigtailed. Until the 1900 when the Manchu losing power and credibility in the face of European Domination. That's when they finally let Han marry their women, but only the rich ones.  All Chinese men rejoiced, it was like a black athlete that finally get to marry a white woman as a trophy wife. Itvwas indeed the proudest moment in Chinese history.

Until this day, Han men are still thirst for Tungustic and Altic coochies. Japanese adult star Sora Aoi is widely admired in mainland China, each day thousand gallon of sperm are ejaculated fantasizing about Tungustic  coochie in mainland China.

If Japan create a system similiar to the Manchu's 8 banners, these thirsty Chinese will kill one another without hesitation. Tungustic coochie power. O M G. What a bunch of cucks. AHAHAHA

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« Reply #1 on: January 15, 2020, 01:15:12 PM »
They spent 18 years killing Chinese, hunting and killing Ming Loyalist, and those who are suspected of joining Ming forces, which included civilians.  And our moronic Han supremacist, Toohoo, Weimer, or whatever the fuge his name is, is so proud of his Northern Chinese traitors for getting some Manchu's poons. Lol. Wtf am I reading. Are we in the twilight zone?  You gotta be a  Manchu's r8pe baby, no normal human beings s this stupid and cruel.

The Yangzhou massacre in May, 1645 in Yangzhou, China, refers to the mass killings of innocent civilians in Yangzhou by Manchu and defected northern Chinese soldiers, commanded by the Manchu general Dodo.

I guy name Dodoo massacred your people. Literally, his name is translated to Sh1t. So you got murdered by a sh1thead.

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The massacre is described in a contemporary account, A Record of Ten Days in Yangzhou, by Wang Xiuchu. Due to the title of the account, the events are often referred to as a ten-day massacre, but the diary shows that the slaughter was over by the sixth day, when burial of bodies commenced.[1] According to Wang, the number of victims exceeded 800,000, that number is now disproven and considered by modern historians and researchers to be a extreme exaggeration.[2][3][4][5] The major defending commanders of Ming, such as Shi Kefa, were also executed by Qing forces after they refused to submit to Qing authority.

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Even the historian who accounted for the massacre is thinking about his peanuts. Geezus, his name is Wang, for Pete's sake.

You guys are a bunch of,  dispicaple traitors,  sh1thead,  and cucks.

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« Reply #2 on: January 15, 2020, 01:42:14 PM »
The Seven-Point Indictment against the Manchus
First, the Manchus were an alien, barbarian group who were different from the Chinese and did not belong in China. “Why do I find fault with the Manchu people [Manzhouren]?” Zhang Ji asked bluntly in the Jiangsu News in 1903. “Because China belongs to the Chinese people [Zhongguoren].”8 This stance was what distinguished the anti-Manchu revolutionaries from the anti-imperialist reformers, whose foremost concern was to exclude the imperialist powers (and not necessarily the Manchus) from China; so far as the reformers were concerned, the Manchu rulers were no less “Chinese” than their subjects. For revolutionaries such as Zhang Ji, the Manchus most definitely were not “Chinese” and they had no more right to be in China than the imperialists had.

The revolutionaries differentiated the Manchus from themselves terminologically in two ways. One was to refer to them by epithets traditionally applied to the various “barbarians” on the periphery surrounding China’s civilized core. Thus, Zou Rong asserted,

What our compatriots today call court, government, and emperor, we used to call Yi, Man, Rong, and Di [barbarians of the east, south, west, and north] as well as Xiongnu and Dada. Their tribes lived beyond Shanhaiguan and fundamentally are of a different race from our illustrious descendants of the Yellow Emperor. Their land is barren; their people, furry; their minds, bestial; their customs, savage.9

Other labels of a similar sort that were commonly used to designate and denigrate the Manchus were “Donghu” (Eastern Barbarians), which Zhang Binglin often used, and “Dalu,” as in the Alliance membership oath, which combined “Dada” (Tartar) with lu (caitiffs), an archaic term used in the Northern Song period to refer to the Khitan.10 As for the corresponding terms of self-reference, those revolutionaries who equated the Manchu “other” with barbarians generally identified themselves as “Chinese,” which they usually rendered, as Zhang Ji did, as “Zhongguoren” or, as Liang Qichao had done in his 1898 China Discussion commentary, as “Zhina” or “Zhinaren,” from the Chinese reading of “Shina,” the prevalent Japanese term in the Meiji era for China.11 Interestingly, they hardly ever referred to themselves as “Hua” and/or “Xia,” the traditional terms for the people of the civilized central core when they were being contrasted with the barbarians of the periphery.

The other way the revolutionaries differentiated the Manchus from themselves was by drawing upon the imported doctrine of social Darwinism, which Liang Qichao had helped to introduce. According to their understanding of those teachings, as exemplified in Chen Tianhua’s Lion’s Roar, the world’s population was divided, on the basis of location and skin color, among five large racial groups (zhongzu), or peoples: yellow, white, black, brown, and red; and each of these five peoples was in turn divided into a number of races (zu) and further subdivided into yet smaller groupings such as ethnic groups (minzu) and tribes. Thus, for example, the white people, living in Europe and North America, were made up of three races: Aryans, Teutons, and Slays. Similarly, according to Zou Rong, the yellow people, in East and Southeast Asia, were composed of two races (renzhong): those of China (Zhongguo) and those of Siberia. The Chinese race included the Han (Hanzu)—with Koreans and Japanese as subgroups of the Han—as well as Tibetans and Vietnamese; the Siberian race included the Mongols, Turks, and Tungus, with the Manchus (Manzhouren) as a subgroup of the Tungus.12 Chen Tianhua generally referred to the Manchus as “Manzhouren,” but for Zou Rong and many others, the usual term was “Manren,” which Liang Qichao had popularized. The most widely used corresponding term of self-reference in this instance was, again following Liang Qichao, “Hanren.” Chen Tianhua, in Lion’s Roar, thus rephrased Zhang Ji’s slogan: “China belongs to the Han people [Hanren].”13 The term “Hanzu,” which is how the Han are classified today in the People’s Republic, was seldom used; even more rare was the correlative term “Manzu” for the Manchus. The range of terms that were used to identify Manchus and Han and their relative frequency of use will become clear in the course of this study.

Second, the Manchus had committed a number of heinous crimes against the Chinese people, particularly in the course of their conquest in the mid-seventeenth century. Their barbarous actions marked the Manchus as the ancestral enemies of the Han, and though those deeds happened a long time ago, they demanded to be avenged. The worst of such crimes were the savage massacres of defenseless civilians at various cities in central and south China as the Manchus marched through in 1645. Citing the recently reprinted chronicles of the slaughter at Yangzhou and Jiading (both in Jiangsu), Zou Rong claimed that the Manchu troops had been “let loose, burning and plundering” and that “wherever the cavalry of the thievish Manchus [Manren] reached, there was murder and pillage.” Nor, according to Zhang Binglin in 1903, were these atrocities attributable to only a few individual Manchu commanders; instead, every Manchu person had been responsible and thus culpable. Therefore, “when the Han race [Hanzu] wants revenge against the Manchus [Manzhou], they want revenge against their entire group.”14

Third, the Manchus had barbarized China by imposing their savage customs upon their Han subjects. Unlike previous foreign conquerors of China who had assimilated the ways of the Chinese, the Qing had forced the Han to adopt their alien Manchu customs, notably their male hairstyle and their official dress. As Zou Rong noted indignantly,

When a man with a braid and wearing barbarian clothes loiters about in London, why do all the passersby cry out [in English], “Pig-tail” or “Savage”? And if he loiters about in Tokyo, why do all the passersby say, “Chanchanbotsu” [lit., “a slave with a tail”]? Alas, the dignified appearance of the Han official has vanished utterly; the dress instituted by the Tang has gone without a trace! When I touch the clothes I wear, the hair on my head, my heart aches! . . . Ah, these queues, these barbarian clothes, these banner gowns [qipao], these peachicken feathers, these red hat buttons, these necklaces. Are they the costume of China’s cultural tradition, or are they the loathsome dress of the nomadic and thievish Manchus [Manren]?15

Fourth, the Manchus had set themselves up as a privileged minority separate from and superior to the Han. According to Zou Rong, “Although it has been over two hundred years, the Manchus stick with the Manchus and the Han stick with the Han; they have not mingled. Clearly there is a feeling that a lower race does not rank with a noble one.” That is, the Manchus did not consider the Han their equal. As an example of the continuing failure of Manchus and Han to intermix, Zou referred to the provincial garrisons, where Manchus stationed in various major cities lived in their own quarters and were residentially segregated from the Han. Chen Tianhua, in Lion’s Roar, cited a ban on intermarriage as another device by which Manchus kept apart from Han. The revolutionaries, furthermore, claimed that the Manchus, from their own separate world, lorded over and indeed lived off the Han. Echoing Liang Qichao’s earlier criticism, Chen Tianhua, in A Sudden Look Back, charged, “They require that the inhabitants of the eighteen provinces collectively provide for their five million people. But up to now they themselves have not farmed or labored. All they do is sit and feed off the Han people [Hanren]. Is this not absolutely hateful?”16

Fifth, the Manchus subjugated the Han in the manner of a foreign military occupation. They maintained their domination over the Han by keeping their banner soldiers separate and concentrating them in a few strategic places around the country. Chen Tianhua, in Lion’s Roar, commented on the careful thought the early Qing rulers had given to the placement of their troops:

Aware that the Jurchen, by being dispersed, had opened themselves to be killed by the Han [Hanren], they took the several million Manchus [Manzhouren] that they had brought to China and stationed one-half of them in Beijing, where they are called the “palace guard” and the other half in the provinces, where they are called “provincial garrisons” [zhufang].

Zou Rong drew attention to the term used for these provincial encampments:

Suppose we try to explain the meaning of the term zhufang. It is as if they are terrified and are constantly fearful lest the Han people [Hanren] rebel against them, and so they hold them in check like bandits. Otherwise, whom are they defending [fang] against? And why do they need to be stationed [zhu] somewhere?

The obvious intent of these provincial garrisons, as a Jiangsu News article in 1903 summed up, was “to suppress the slaves.”17

Sixth, the Manchus practiced political discrimination against their Han subjects in at least three ways. They were a numerical minority ruling over the Han majority. According to Zou Rong, “The world recognizes only the principle that a minority submits to a majority. . . . If only the thievish Manchus [Manren] were a majority, but they number merely five million, scarcely the population of a single department or county.” The Manchus discriminated against the Han also by their monopoly of the highest governmental posts, in contravention of the Qing court’s own professed commitment to Manchu-Han equality. According to Chen Tianhua, in Lion’s Roar, “Official posts are supposed to be evenly divided between Manchus and Han, but all the important responsibilities are held by Manchus [Manren].” Following a detailed analysis of the metropolitan administration, Zou Rong concluded, “Opportunities for an official career for a Manchu in comparison with those for a Han are hardly less far apart than the sky is from the ground or clouds are from mire.” The Manchus discriminated against the Han in promotions as well. According to Zou again,

One may often find Manchus and Han of similar grades, graduates of the same year and employed in the same office. The Han [Hanren], however, may be held back for decades, without being transferred to a higher post, whereas the Manchu [Manren] in a twinkling becomes first a board vice-president, and then a board president, and finally a grand secretary. . . . If, by good fortune and against all odds, some [Han] officials do finally rise to the position of grand secretary or board president or vice-president, they are all white-haired and toothless, old and weak, and they share whatever is left over from the hands of the Manchus.18

Seventh, and last, the Manchus, despite their pretense at accommodation, were fundamentally at odds with and hostile toward the Han people. As evidence, the revolutionaries repeatedly cited a remark that Liang Qichao, in an essay of 1900, attributed to Gangyi (1837–1900), the reactionary Manchu leader at Cixi’s court after 1898: “If the Han get strong, the Manchus are doomed; if the Han grow weak, the Manchus get plump.”19 Zou Rong claimed that Gangyi’s statement embodied the single underlying rationale behind the court’s successive policies toward the Taiping Rebellion (1851–64), the Sino-Japanese War (1894–95), and the Boxer Rebellion, for in every instance the Manchus derived all the rewards while the Han made all the sacrifices. As for the court’s recent efforts to achieve “wealth and power” (fuqiang): “Today’s strengthening [qiang] is the strengthening of the Manchus [Manren]; it has nothing to do with us Han [Hanren]. Today’s enrichment [fu] is the enrichment of the Manchus; it has nothing to do with us Han.”20 It was, according to the revolutionaries, the Manchus’ anti-Han posture that explained the court’s inability, indeed unwillingness, to defend China’s national sovereignty and territory from the foreign powers. Their policy was epitomized by another of Gangyi’s alleged sayings: “Rather than hand over our land to household slaves [i.e., the Han], let us present it to neighboring friends.”21 Having thus sold out to their foreign “friends,” the Qing had become, in the words of Chen Tianhua, “the foreigners’ court,” and the Han had become, in Zou’s words, “slaves of barbarous slaves.”22

MANCHUS AND BANNER PEOPLE
Among the numerous terms that the revolutionaries of the early post-Boxer era applied to the Manchus, one—“banner people” (qiren)—was strikingly absent. This was odd because it is clear that four of the seven counts in their indictment of the Manchus clearly equated them with the membership of the Eight Banner system. It was soldiers of the banner army who committed the atrocities against the Han during the Qing conquest of China proper (no. 2) and who then kept the conquered Han under continuous subjugation from their various garrisons (no. 5), and it was the broad masses of the banner population who lived a privileged existence segregated from the Han (no. 4) and who benefited from the Qing dynasty’s policy of political discrimination (no. 6). Thus, in the eyes of the revolutionaries, the Manchus were identical to the banner people, and so it was in the eyes of the Manchus, too. As a descendant of the Qing imperial clan recalls, “The Manchus [Manren] called themselves, and were called by others, ‘banner people’ [qiren].” Or, as stated by James Lee and Robert Eng, “The banner system was the principal institution which unified the Manchu people and defined Manchu identity.”23

The Eight Banner system as it existed in the late nineteenth century was fundamentally little changed from when it was first set up by the founders of the dynasty, Nurhaci and Hong Taiji, prior to the invasion of Ming dynasty (1368–1644) China. Nurhaci created the system in 1615 when he divided all the scattered Jurchen tribes in the mountains of eastern and northern “Manchuria” that he had dominated into eight groups called “banners” (qi), each with a number of companies (zuoling). Twenty years later, when Hong Taiji bestowed the new name “Manzhou” (from the Manchu “Manju”) upon his people, they became the “Eight Banner Manchus” (Baqi Manzhou). Meanwhile, as Nurhaci and Hong Taiji extended their authority into the plains of southern Manchuria and began overrunning Han settlements and enslaving their inhabitants, they apportioned these captives among the leaders of the original Manchu Eight Banners. Such household slaves of Han origin were known as “bondservants” (baoyi, from the Manchu booi, “of the household”), some of whom were organized into separate banner companies of their own that became a part of their master’s Manchu banner. Still later, in 1642, as more and more Han in southern Manchuria either defected to or were defeated by him, Hong Taiji stopped enslaving them and organized them instead into their own set of banners; these Eight Banners composed of Han personnel were known as the Hanjun. Meanwhile, in 1635, Hong Taiji similarly had established another separate Eight Banner organization for those Mongols of western Manchuria and eastern Mongolia who had submitted to his rule. Although other peoples were incorporated into the banner system later on, its basic framework was thus already in place by the time Hong Taiji’s successors “entered through the pass” into China proper in 1644. It had three ethnic components—Manchu, Mongol, and Hanjun—each with its own set of eight banners, for a total of twenty-four banners in the entire banner force.24

The Eight Banner system, though simple in structure, was extremely heterogeneous in composition. In addition to the tripartite division among the Manchu banners, Mongol banners, and Hanjun, there were numerous other significant internal differences: between the Upper Three and the Lower Five Banners, between Old and New banner people, between the imperial lineage and ordinary banner people, between the regular banner companies and the bondservant companies, between the core banners and the affiliated banners, between the Metropolitan Banners (Jingqi) and the provincial garrisons, and between the banner soldiers and their dependents.

In all three ethnic components, each of the Eight Banners was identified by the color (yellow, white, red, or blue) of its flag, which was either “plain” (solid) or “bordered” with a red or white fringe. The Eight Banners were ranked in descending order of social importance: Bordered Yellow, Plain Yellow, Plain White, Plain Red, Bordered White, Bordered Red, Plain Blue, and Bordered Blue. The first three—Bordered Yellow, Plain Yellow, and Plain White—constituted the Upper Three Banners, which from an early date had been under the direct command of the emperor; the Lower Five Banners were originally commanded by various imperial princes and did not come under direct imperial command until the Yongzheng reign (1722–35). The Upper Three Banners were more prestigious than the Lower Five.25

Of the three ethnic components, the Manchu banners were in the late Qing the largest by far. According to The Draft History of the Qing (Qingshigao), compiled after the revolution, 53.5 percent of the officers and soldiers in the Metropolitan Banners belonged to the Manchu banners, 31.8 percent to the Hanjun, and 14.7 percent to the Mongol banners.26 However, when the banner troops in the provinces are taken into account, the Hanjun’s share was considerably less, because the partial demobilization of the Hanjun that took place during the Qianlong reign (1735–96) had a significantly greater effect upon the provincial garrisons than among the Metropolitan Banners. Therefore, it may be roughly estimated that 60 percent of the entire banner force was made up of Manchu banners and the other 40 percent was divided roughly equally between the Mongol banners and the Hanjun.

The Manchu banners were not only the oldest and the most numerous but, not surprisingly, also the most prestigious. They outranked the Mongol banners, who in turn outranked the Hanjun.27 However, just as the entire banner force was not a homogeneous body, neither were the Manchu banners. For example, apart from the Jurchen who formed the founding core, the Eight Banner Manchus also included thirty-seven companies of Mongols, six of Koreans (Chaoxian), one of Russians (Eluosi), and one of Tibetans (fanzi). These “foreign” units in the Manchu banners were in addition to the many individual Mongols and Han Chinese who were scattered among the Manchu banner companies.28 The major difference within the Manchu banners was that between the Old and the New Manchus, depending on the date of their adherence to the Qing cause. The Old Manchus (“Fo Manzhou,” from the Manchu fe, “old”) were those whose ancestors had joined up and been organized into banners during the time of Nurhaci and Hong Taiji; they were principally descended from the Jianzhou and other Jurchen tribal groups. On the other hand, the New Manchus (“Yiche Manzhou,” from the Manchu ice, “new”) were principally the descendants of those northeastern tribes who submitted only after the Qing had invaded China proper; they were relocated southward into the Amur River basin and brought into the banner system during the Shunzhi (1644–61) and Kangxi (1661–1722) reigns to defend against Czarist Russia’s expansionism in the region. These New Manchus included two non-Jurchen Tungusic groups—the Hezhe and Kiakar (Kuyala)—who lived by hunting and fishing amidst the mountains and streams of northeastern Manchuria and adjacent parts of Siberia; and four groups of intermixed Mongols and Tungus—the Daur (Dawoer), Solun (Suolun), Oroqen (Elunchun), and Xibe (Xibo)—who lived on either side of the Greater Xing’an Mountains separating the Mongolian steppe to the west and the Manchurian forests to the east. Because their association with the Qing rulers was more recent as well as more distant, the New Manchus were less prestigious than the Old, but they were allowed a degree of organizational autonomy denied the Old Manchus; even after they had been incorporated into the banner system, they remained under the leadership of their own tribal and clan chiefs.29

One notable subset of the Old Manchus was the imperial lineage (huangzu), which consisted of two large categories of relatives. One was the imperial clan (zongshi), the Aisin Gioro (“Aixin Jueluo” in Chinese), who traced their descent directly from Nurhaci’s father, Taksi. The rest of the imperial lineage, consisting of the collateral lines descended from Nurhaci’s uncles and brothers, were known as the gioro (Ch. jueluo). Members of these two groups multiplied rapidly. At the end of the dynasty, there were twenty-nine thousand members of the imperial lineage in the main line and another twenty thousand in the collateral lines. Although each of the two categories of the imperial lineage were assigned to their own separate banner companies, all members, whether main line or collateral, were subject to the jurisdiction of the Imperial Clan Court (Zongrenfu) rather than that of the regular banner authorities.30 The most exalted of the imperial clan were the titled princes and nobles, who were divided into twelve ranks, the top four of which were qinwang, junwang, beile (a Manchu term), and beizi (from the Manchu beise) respectively. With some exceptions, notably the eight “iron-capped princes” (tiemaozi wang) who had the right of perpetual inheritance, these ranks were inheritable only on a descending scale. The eldest son of a third-rank beile, for example, became a fourth-rank beizi, while all of the younger sons dropped down to “nobles of the ninth rank” (zhenguo jiangjun).31 Consequently, only a minuscule number of imperial clan members held a title.

In the post-Boxer era the most prominent member of the imperial clan, aside from the emperor and his immediate family, was unquestionably Yikuang (Prince Qing; see chart 1.1.). Born in 1836, Yikuang was a great-grandson of the Qianlong emperor and belonged to the Manchu Plain Blue Banner, one of the Five Lower Banners to which direct descendants of emperors were assigned. His grandfather, Yonglin, was the first Prince Qing, an honor conferred on him in 1799 after his brother had become the Jiaqing emperor. Yikuang inherited the family estate in 1850 when his uncle, Mianti, died without a male heir. By then, however, due to the impact of the Qing inheritance rules, Yikuang was a mere noble of the tenth rank (fuguo jiangjun). His subsequent rise to prominence came about as a result of his long association with Empress Dowager Cixi (1835–1908). When in 1884 he succeeded Yixin (1832–98), the first Prince Gong, as head of the Zongli Yamen (or proto–Foreign Office), he was made a prince of the second rank, thus reclaiming the family title of Prince Qing. Ten years later, on the occasion of Cixi’s sixtieth birthday, his position was raised to that of prince of the first rank. Finally, in December 1908, at the beginning of the Xuantong reign, he reached the top of the princely ladder and was given the rare right of perpetual inheritance. When a cabinet was formed in early 1911, Yikuang became China’s first prime minister.32 Among the collateral lines of the imperial lineage, the most notable figure in the post-Boxer period was probably Liangbi (1877–1912), a member of the Bordered Yellow Banner, whose ancestor was a younger brother of Nurhaci and whose grandfather, Yilibu, negotiated and signed the Treaty of Nanjing, ending the First Opium War (1839–42). At the time of the 1911 Revolution, Liangbi was a leading proponent of resistance to the Republicans. It was his assassination in late January 1912 that, as much as anything, convinced the court to abdicate.33

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« Reply #3 on: January 15, 2020, 01:51:39 PM »
Comfirmed. Chinese are slaves of barbarous slave. Manchu were slaves to Western powers, while Chinese were slaves of Manchu. Manchu restricted Chinese from marrying their women, with the exceptions of traitorous Han in the 8 banners. Manchu imposed slave pigtail and footbound, as a sign of submission, and for women ad sexual concubines. Comfirmed, Manchu let the Japanese into Manchuria, slailughteted, r8ped, and kill Chinese. Boy, this man's writing is beefy. Contain all the info I need.

Came straight from a Chinese cultural revolutionary, Sun Yat Sen 's compatriot and contemporary.

 All facts.

I spoke all facts, son.

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« Reply #4 on: January 15, 2020, 02:03:33 PM »
Also confirmed, Manchu massacred Chinese civilians for a duration of 8 years near the end of the war.

Facts facts facts.

You should be hadtaging #metoo and not #middleKingdom.  China was r8ped and pillage for over 8 centuries. 6 under Mongol and 2 under Manchu, all alien rulers.

Facts facts facts.


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« Reply #5 on: January 15, 2020, 10:31:08 PM »
Also confirmed, Manchu massacred Chinese civilians for a duration of 8 years near the end of the war.

Facts facts facts.

You should be hadtaging #metoo and not #middleKingdom.  China was r8ped and pillage for over 8 centuries. 6 under Mongol and 2 under Manchu, all alien rulers.

Facts facts facts.

Facts?  Han, cucked for 1000 years by Han Chinese before whighs for another 100 like vinaamee?  No way jose.  Look at the history of 8 banner system.  Han wasn't made into cucks, Manchus were LOLOLOL  Mongol's Yuan didn't even last for 100 years, you sir are drinking your own koolaid
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eight_Banners

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Ming defectors played a major role in the Qing conquest of China. Han Chinese generals who defected to the Manchus were often given women from the Imperial Aisin Gioro family in marriage while the ordinary soldiers who defected were given non-royal Manchu women as wives.

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So many Han defected to the Qing and swelled up the ranks of the Eight Banners that ethnic Manchus became a minority within the Banners, making up only 16%

Since nomad society was comprised entirely of their barbarous military they basically all became cucks.  That's why there were literally no more Manchus except for some 16% of their original 5 million.  How do you think they lost the ability to communicate to each other there's like less than 500 speakers left lol.  How do you make a cuck out of someone if you don't even exist anymore genetically.  You must be related to gay retarrded deaf mute vinaamee if you think a spawn of Han Chinese and Manchu woman can disintegrate back into the sperm and egg from whence it came after some order came to reestablish division between the two ethnic groups, only to be permanently cancelled by the prevailing powers of modern China.  Yes, the Manchu failure is complete along with any other ethnics devoting support to their cause like Mongol, Jurchen, Korean, etc.

I think you southeast Asians should follow their ways and become the official cucks of Africans which has already started in 'murica.  Let Africans go to your lands so that you can give them 84 percent of your wives LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL

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« Reply #6 on: January 15, 2020, 10:34:29 PM »
He created them to find joy in their self torture, in their self afflicted agony to perpetually find the path to survive in a world where all paths have already been taken and treaded on.  And the end result is to be assimilated LOLOLOL

Look at Manchus

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eight_Banners

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Ming defectors played a major role in the Qing conquest of China. Han Chinese generals who defected to the Manchus were often given women from the Imperial Aisin Gioro family in marriage while the ordinary soldiers who defected were given non-royal Manchu women as wives.

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So many Han defected to the Qing and swelled up the ranks of the Eight Banners that ethnic Manchus became a minority within the Banners, making up only 16%

Since nomad society was comprised entirely of their barbarous military they basically all became cucks.  That's why there were literally no more Manchus except for some 16% of their original 5 million.  How do you think they lost the ability to communicate to each other there's like less than 500 speakers left lol. How do you make a cuck out of someone if you don't even exist anymore genetically.  You must be related to gay retarrded deaf mute vinaamee if you think a spawn of Han Chinese and Manchu woman can disintegrate back into the sperm and egg from whence it came after some order came to reestablish division between the two ethnic groups, only to be permanently cancelled by the prevailing powers of modern China.  Yes, the Manchu failure is complete along with any other ethnics devoting support to their cause like Mongol, Jurchen, Korean, etc.

Since I'm Han Chinese I have informed you on the main ones in the Sinosphere.  I'll let whighs inform you on the vinaamee, bilibeano, messycans, and chaps in their part of the Anglosphere.

But ultimately Han Chinese superior world over.  *Drops mic

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« Reply #7 on: January 16, 2020, 12:02:41 AM »
Comfirmed. Chinese are slaves of barbarous slave. Manchu were slaves to Western powers, while Chinese were slaves of Manchu. Manchu restricted Chinese from marrying their women, with the exceptions of traitorous Han in the 8 banners. Manchu imposed slave pigtail and footbound, as a sign of submission, and for women ad sexual concubines. Comfirmed, Manchu let the Japanese into Manchuria, slailughteted, r8ped, and kill Chinese. Boy, this man's writing is beefy. Contain all the info I need.

Came straight from a Chinese cultural revolutionary, Sun Yat Sen 's compatriot and contemporary.

 All facts.

I spoke all facts, son.

Nah you're jungly son, no compatriot of Sun Yat Sen.  People wore the Manchu queue because they wanted to.  Manchu women were given away because they wanted to.  Han got rid of Manchu rule because they didn't have mandate of Heaven.

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Jurchen men, like their Manchu descendants, wore their hair in queues. In 1126, the Jurchen ordered male Han within their conquered territories to adopt the Jurchen hairstyle by shaving the front of their heads and to adopt Jurchen dress, but the order was lifted.[2] Some Han rebels impersonated Jurchen by wearing their hair in the Jurchen "pigtail" to strike fear within the Jurchen population.[3]

If you want to get cucked by Han Chinese men so badly, you got to wait in line the way Puyi did.  Puyi did not shirk his duty by being a puppet of Japan, but then he realized why all the Manchu women were gone and cut off his queue, a sign of his submission to Han Chinese.






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« Reply #8 on: January 16, 2020, 10:06:55 AM »
Hmmm? Directly from the revolutionary writting of Sun Yat Sen, the founding father of ROC, in the 1900 there were only 5 million Manchu, yet they ruled and abused nearly a billion people. HOW IS THIS POSSIBLE? ohohohoho OHOHOHO The Han race are remarkably cucky.



OhohohohoOHOHOHOHOHO! What a race of cucks.


Thank you, thank you Sun Yat Sen's compatriot, thank you for your writting. The document contains all the info and grievances expresses within it, everything that I need to verify that the Han race are a bunch of cucks. My Super Cuck Thoery: Chinese are the Mexican of Asia, is complete.  Ohohohoho!

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« Reply #9 on: January 16, 2020, 11:33:09 PM »
Let's all chant your hero's name then

Poosi Poosi Poosi Poosi!  Ohohohoooo!!!


His mother, no, his entire tribe's mothers, save 16 percent got toyed by Han Chinese, basically.


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« Reply #10 on: January 17, 2020, 04:11:53 AM »
Here's a good read on the Ten Days of Yangzhou. I took time to read it up and learn something new thanks to the guest poster.

https://eastasiastudent.net/series/diary-of-the-ten-days-of-yangzhou/

A synopsis from another site:

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Yangzhou was occupied by Shi Kefa, a 44-year-old general with fanatical loyalty to the Ming dynasty. The Manchus tried to win Shi Kefa over in a number of ways, sending numerous letters in the name of Dorgon, but actually drafted by turncoats. Shi Kefa had famously berated the Emperor of Grand Radiance on military matters, using language that would have led to the reprimand or imprisonment of a less valuable soldier. [Manchu Prince] Dorgon's messages capitalised on this, reminding Shi Kefa that, loyal to the Ming or not, he was currently serving a depraved master. While the Manchus fought the Ming loyalists, wrote Dorgon's scribes, both sides lost out on the opportunity to unite and pursue the true enemy: the remnants of the forces of [northern warlord] Li Zicheng. Dorgon urged Shi Kefa at all costs to avoid a situation in which there were 'two suns in the firmament'. But it was too late; already there were two people claiming to be the emperor of China--three, if one was prepared to count the fugitive Li Zicheng.

When the Manchu army finally began the assault of Yangzhou, Shi Kefa's [Jesuit-designed] guns killed them in their thousands. The bodies piled up so high, that after a time, there was no need for siege ladders, and fresh Manchu troops climbed a mountain of corpses to reach the battlements.

The defenders of the city began fleeing the walls by jumping onto the houses immediately below, tearing off their helmets and throwing down their spears, creating an unearthly clatter as their feet smashed tiles on the rooftops. The noise brought townsfolk out of their houses in time to see the defenders running away, and soon the streets were full of refugees. But there was nowhere to run. Someone opened the south gate, and the last possible escape route was cut off by more Manchu soldiers.

In the aftermath Shi Kefa ordered his men to kill him, but his lieutenant could not bring himself to strike the death blow. With the town now in Manchu hands, Shi Kefa was brought to [Manchu Prince] Dodo. The prince advised him that his loyalty had impressed his Manchu enemies.

'You have made a gallant defence,' he said. 'Now that you have done all that duty could dictate, I would be glad to give you a high post.'

Shi Kefa, however, refused to abandon his beloved Dynasty of Brightness [= Ming].

'I ask of you no favour except death,' he replied. Over several days, the Manchus made repeated attempts to persuade Shi Kefa to join them, but he was adamant that the only thing he wanted was to die with his dynasty. On the third day, an exasperated Prince Dodo granted Shi Kefa his wish, and beheaded him personally.

Despite his pleas to Shi Kefa, Dodo was intensely irritated at the human cost of taking Yangzhou. He told his troops to do whatever they wanted with the city for five days, and the ensuing atrocities reached such heights that it was a further five days before Dodo regained control of his men. The surviving Manchus avenged their fallen comrades on the population of the town, slaughtering the menfolk and loving the women. The clemency shown to turncoat towns further in the north was nowhere in evidence here, as Manchus and Chinese traitors looted what they could, and murdered all the witnesses they could find. Fires broke out in numerous quarters of the city, but were largely put out by heavy rain.

A survivor reported that the corpses filled the canals, gutters and ponds, their blood drowning the water itself, creating rivulets of a deep greenish-red throughout the city. Babies were killed or trampled underfoot, and the young women were chained together ready to be shipped to the far north. Many years later, travellers in Manchuria and Mongolia would still report sightings of aging, scarred female slaves with Yangzhou accents, clad in animal skins.

http://faroutliers.blogspot.com/2006/02/yangzhou-massacre-of-1645.html?m=1

 

The intriguing part was this:

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The defenders of the city began fleeing the walls by jumping onto the houses immediately below, tearing off their helmets and throwing down their spears, creating an unearthly clatter as their feet smashed tiles on the rooftops. The noise brought townsfolk out of their houses in time to see the defenders running away, and soon the streets were full of refugees. But there was nowhere to run. Someone opened the south gate, and the last possible escape route was cut off by more Manchu soldiers.

If this city has close to a million inhabitants, then how come ALL of them aren't up in arm? The defense of the city is the responsibility of EVERY citizen of all ages and genders.

The job of the general is to put the WHOLE population to work setting traps and preparing ambush sites.


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« Reply #11 on: January 17, 2020, 08:07:27 AM »
Oh no the real relics of history!

Dam they got toyed with in the most tragic way.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manchu_language

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« Reply #12 on: January 17, 2020, 09:55:01 AM »
Han Chinese claimed 5000 years history but Jesus didn´t even mention the Chinese once in his teachings.  He mentioned only Hindus.

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« Reply #13 on: January 17, 2020, 03:19:05 PM »
GOD HIMSELF PROCLAIMED FOR JESUS TO MENTION THE HINDUS BUT NOT THE CHINESE THEREFORE THE FUTURE OF INDIA


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« Reply #14 on: January 17, 2020, 03:24:05 PM »
Han Chinese claimed 5000 years history but Jesus didn´t even mention the Chinese once in his teachings.  He mentioned only Hindus.

NO the jewish Christians were forbidden to spread the gospels to the far east/orient because their time isn't up.

 I'll pull up some bible verse if you want.
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« Reply #15 on: January 17, 2020, 09:19:02 PM »
WHEN THOUST LORD IN HEAVEN SHANGDI FIRST SPOKE ABOUT THE FIRST CUCK PPLS HE SPOKE OF THE ANCIENT, THE VINAAMEE.  HE THEN SENT FORTH THEIR MEN COMPELLING THEM TO BE OCCUPIED FOR 1000 YEARS UNDER RULE OF CHINA WHICH CUMINATED IN THEIR CHUNOM WRITING SYSTEM

THEN SHANGDI COMMANDED HAN CHINESE TO GET THEIR D!K OUT WHICH THEY DID BUT SHAMELESS WERE AMONG THE QUALITIES THAT SHANGDI CHOSE TO IDENTIFY IN HIS MOST FLAWED CREATION THAT THE VINAAMEE ENDED UP REPLACING THE D!K HAN CHINESE TOOK OUT WITH D!K OF FRENCHMEN SO MUCH THAT CHUNOM QUICKLY BECAME ROMANIZED GAY RETARDED DEAF MUTE

IN TOTAL SHANGDI ORDAINED THAT HAN CHINESE PUT THEIR D!K IN VINAAM FOR 1000 YEARS.  IT WAS PRACTICE FOR THE NEXT BOUT OF CUMINATION INTO THE TUNGUSTICKS TO TRANSFORM THEIR CULTURE INTO THE CONFIDENT MANCHUS, OPTIMIZED BY SHANGDI WITH A HOST OF IMPROVED LOYAL QUALITIES THAT THEY WOULD COME TO CROSS THE HURDLE THAT ARRIVED WHEN SHANGDI AGAIN ORDERED HAN CHINESE TO REMOVE IT'S D!K FROM MONGOLIA/MANCHURIA

THE END RESULT AS SHANGDI ORDAINED


https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=28&v=iCSAIxavyj0&feature=emb_logo
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manchu_language
http://www.sixthtone.com/news/1000272/manchu%2C-once-chinas-official-language%2C-could-lose-its-voice

 
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