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Hello, PDF...

I have came out of retirement to share with you about a chinaposter who is very "passionate" & perhaps unhealthily "obsessed" w/ Pakistan Defence Forum.

This chinamember has used PDF for 12.5 Hours straight!!! Actually approximately 17.5 Hours (but there was a solitary single 4 Hour Break in-between)!!!

Yes, this poster posted on PDF ONLY on the specific day (Wednesday 1/20/2021 according to my US time Zone):
--- Posted every about 5-15 minutes for allotted throughout the 12.5 Hours shift!!!
--- This includes 183+ Photos of Chinese military, schools, Uyghur girls, etc. (according to my rough counting)!!!
--- Countless amounts of Threads w/ ridiculously long lines of penmanship
All this went on for 12.5 hours in a SINGLE DAY!!!

I hope this poster has a job because they have spent over HALF of their Wednesday (or Thursday in china timezone), which I am sure is a part of the workweek in the country of china. There doesn't seem to be any coinciding holiday in china that would warrant such kaput behavior of spending 12.5 hours in PDF posting tremendous amounts of Posts, Threads, 8 You-Tube Videos and over 183+ HD Photos of unusual stuff in a Single-day... Maybe they were very excited for US Presidential Inauguration Day which falls on 1/20/2021!!!

I have attached (or at least tried to), every single post that was indeed posted in the aforementioned time period. Yes, I know, this is ridiculously long!!

Let me know what the hell is going on!

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When it comes to military plane crashes, India is the king of the world.
Many Uighurs have their personal youtube channels and they interact with subscribers

Explained: How TikTok has more users than Instagram in India despite the ban
TikTok despite the ban saw more monthly active users on the platform than the social networking platform Instagram.
MARYAM FAROOQUI & SWATHI MOORTHY

JANUARY 20, 2021 / 01:59 PM IST



TikTok |Video-sharing social networking app is owned by ByteDance. The platform is used to make short videos of 3 seconds to 1 minute duration. TikTok is hoping to make a comeback in India, after getting banned for months now. (Image: Reuters)

The short video sharing platform TikTok was banned in India on June 29 in 2020, yet the platform is being accessed by many Indians.

The proof of this is data shared by SimilarWeb, an online portal that provides web analytics service. In its report titled Digital Trends – India, December 2020, TikTok despite the ban saw more monthly active users on the platform than the social networking platform Instagram.

TikTok which saw a big spike after coronavirus-led lockdown between March and June last year saw a significant drop in July. However, the platform saw an increase in monthly active app users between August and October.

So, how was the platform accessible despite the ban?


Utkarsh Sinha, MD, Bexley Advisors, a boutique investment bank focused on early-stage deals in tech and media said that the immediate ban was for new installs. New users could not download TikTok and if anybody had deleted the app could not re-install it. However, those who have the app can still access the platform," he said.

"People who have been showcasing their talent on Tik Tok are finding alternate ways to download the app. It can still be downloaded from various websites, which provide the .apk file (this file format allows installation from sources other than trusted ones), said Pulkit Sharma, co-founder and CEO, Khabri, a digital audio platform.

Then there is the possibility of the use of a Virtual Private Network (VPN).

Janice Verghese, a cyber lawyer who works with a cybersecurity think tank, Cyber Peace Foundation, explained that the use of VPNs allow users to bypass the ban and still access the content.

"Unlike earlier, people know more about VPNs. A simple search will tell you ways to use," she added. This is further made easy by the easy availability of free apps that help users set up VPNs, she added.

This is the most common way to access blocked sites, Verghese added.

Adding to this, Kavita Shenoy, an ex-Google employee, who is now the founder and CEO of Voiro pointed out, "From a web browser perspective I can figure out the geography from where a user is accessing a platform and shut that off but from an app perspective once you have downloaded it, it is difficult to stop the access."

It is the FOMO effect

But why use a site which is banned?

Gautam Madhavan, Founder, and CEO, MAD Influence, an influencer marketing company, explained that Indian content recently saw strong traction from international markets.

"TikTok is a global platform. It is accessible outside India in countries like Dubai, Nepal, Sri Lanka where Indian content is very much preferred. In fact, followers increased for many influencers who were not able to use the app after the ban. While influencers/content creators were not even creating content on the app, they were getting followers from international markets," Madhavan added.

Shenoy pointed out another reason why Indians continued the use of TikTok after the ban. TikTok users needed an alternative platform. However, content creation from scratch would have resulted in losing followers. Hence, Shenoy said that many TikTok users migrated to Reels, a short video sharing feature on Instagram. "A lot of TikTok users lost revenue because of the ban. But with Reels having many features in place, TikTok users had an alternative. Hence, the activity on TikTok you see post the ban is also because of content migration," said Shenoy.

Adding to this, Madhavan said that Reels benefitted the most after TikTok was banned because Instagram is a known platform. "On the other hand, short video sharing platforms like MX TakaTak, Moj had to start from scratch," he said.


Now, Shenoy is curious to know whether TikTok will continue to have a similar number of users it had during the period between August to October last year when despite the ban TikTok had more monthly active app users than Instagram.

"New trends were out after October, there were shopping festivals which means a lot of brand activities for influencers. Also, the festive period. So, many tent-pole events for influencers. At that point in time, TikTok may not have seen much traction."

An Indian calling a "Pakistani" for help, Lol, something fishy going on here indeed.
Lol, Ok , maybe the OP article is about what you claims, but it doesn't mention China much. but it's ok, everyone can have their own take on this article.
India banned hundreds of Chinese social media and APPs and believes that can hurt China, but China doesn't really care.
What the world wants to EAT: Fascinating map shows how pizza is the world's favourite takeaway meal (but it's Chinese that's top in Britain and America)
  • The map sees country names supplemented by the name of the takeaway that its residents search for most
  • Pizza is the most-searched-for takeaway choice in 44 countries - including India, Germany and of course, Italy
  • Chinese is top in 29 countries, including Britain and America, while sushi is in third place, top in 10 countries
By JENNIFER NEWTON FOR MAILONLINE

PUBLISHED: 14:32 GMT, 20 January 2021 | UPDATED: 14:32 GMT, 20 January 2021

A reworked world map has revealed the most popular takeaway choices around the globe - and it's pizza that's the runaway winner.

On the map - generated using Google search data – country names have been supplemented by their residents’ most-searched-for takeaway cuisine.

Pizza is top in 44 countries, including India and Germany, while Chinese food is second, coming top in 29 countries, including Britain and America. Sushi is third - the most-searched-for takeaway in 10 countries, including Sweden and unsurprisingly, Japan.


A reworked world map reveals the takeaway choices that are most popular around the globe - and it's pizza - coded yellow - that's the clear favourite

THE WORLD'S MOST POPULAR TAKEAWAY CHOICES
1. Pizza - 44 (countries it's the most-searched-for takeaway)
2. Chinese - 29
3. Sushi - 10
4. Fish and Chips - 6
5. Fried Chicken - 5
6. Indian - 4
7. Korean - 3
8. Thai - 2
9= Tapas - 1
9= Tacos - 1
9=Malaysian - 1
9= Burritos - 1
9= Pasta - 1
9 = Kebab - 1
Source: MoneyBeach.co.uk

The map has been drawn up by insurance website MoneyBeach.co.uk, which used the Google data to establish the average monthly search volume in each country for terms associated with ordering a takeaway.

It says that the most-searched-for takeaway choice was then used as the top takeout cuisine for the country.

Regarding top-ranked pizza, it says: 'Pizza, a beloved comfort food and choice that offers something for everyone, with meat feasts and pineapple toppings to multiple vegan options, proved a clear favourite for everywhere from France to Barbados, and of course the home of pizza, Italy.'

In fourth place is fish and chips, top in six countries, including Canada, while fifth is fried chicken, with Cambodia among the five countries where it is most-searched-for.


Population of China since 1960 in millions
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Mao came to power in 1949, died in 1976, in power for 27 years, in 1949 China's population was 400 million, in 1976, the nubmber increased to 800 million. China's population more than doubled during Mao's 27 years in power.

This huge increase of population in such a short span of time was unprecedented in the Chinese history, Mao brought the end to China's 100 years wars and humiliations by the foreign powers, created a peaceful and stable time era and made the ground for the population growth, before Mao, the Chinese population had been stagnant for centuries due to incessant wars, famines, natural disasters, plagues and mismanagements.
Declassified CIA documents show that wide spread malnutrition happened in early 1960's but no large scale famine in China.

Western media propaganda is a lie even being debunked by their own old documents and records.

Was Mao Zedong Bad
During ROC, Before Mao and PRC, Famines recurred in China about once every 5 years, it was a fact of life the Chinese people had to live with.

1920–1921 North China famine1920–1921Henan, Shandong, Shanxi, Shaanxi, southern Zhili (Hebei)
Chinese famine of 1928–301928–1930Northern China
1936–1937 famine1936–1937Sichuan, Gansu
1942–1943 famine1942–1943Mainly Henan


HERE'S the 4 HOUR Break!!!!!! Seems a bit more than the Usual 2 hour chinaworker break in china!!!! Maybe these hours are made-up later in the day...



China won't remove ban on youtube, google , facebook, US also tries to ban several Chinese social media platforms, will India lifts the ban on Tik Tok? but it doesn't matter, Tik tok still have hundreds of millions users in India despite the ban.
Tik Tok is becoming unbeatable...
China attracts flood of foreign direct investment amid Covid-19 pandemic
20 Jan, 2021 12:45 / Updated 19 hours ago



Foreign direct investment (FDI) in China hit a record $144.37 billion in 2020, as the world’s second-largest economy keeps on recovering from the Covid-19 pandemic, according to China’s Ministry of Commerce.
The latest data released by the ministry shows that FDI saw a 4.5-percent year-on-year growth in dollar terms, and a 6.2-percent increase when expressed in yuan.

Foreign inflows into the country’s service industry advanced 13.9 percent year on year, totaling $112 billion and accounting for nearly 80 percent of the entire FDI portfolio. Meanwhile, foreign investment in the advanced-technology industry expanded by 11.4 percent year on year, and high-tech service sector investments rose by 28.5 percent.


The ministry stressed that the latest figures show China has managed to emerge from Covid-19 and meet its target of stabilizing foreign investment in 2020, bucking the downward trend in global foreign investment.

Foreign investments from the top-15 FDI countries and regions grew by 6.4 percent, and took 98 percent of the total FDI to the Chinese mainland. Financial inflows from the Netherlands and the UK advanced 47.6 percent and 30.7 percent respectively. At the same time, investments by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations increased by 0.7 percent.

New Fuxing bullet trains start operation in China's Guangxi
LOl, A Simple questioon, where were you so called 100000 Chinese refugees born? China or India?
You reckon? they followed Dalai lama into India over 60 years ago, they must be all in their 80's or 90's, India is not a country famous for people's logevity.
The border village where the PLA front headquarters located in 1962 Sino-India border war.

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Inspiration. Transforming Xinjiang Kashgar old town earthquake vulnerable old houses

Kashgar, Xinjiang, is a very earthquake active region, houses in Kashgar old town are beautiful with over 1000 years long history but those mainly adobe mud houses can't withstand even minor earthquakes.
Local Uighur people refuse to move to the earthquake resistant new houses built by the government in the suburbs cause they have lived in those old house for generations. See how Chinese architects' inspirational way to deal with this issue.
Kashgar Old Town Night Market Xinjiang,Night Walk 4K. Oct 22, 2020
Tibetan exile government? any of them was born in China?
So why there is a so called " Tibet exile government"? and my original quesiton is any leaders in this "exile government" were actually born in China?

So called "Chinese" refugees...

Lobsang Sangay, (born 1968, Darjiling, India), Tibetan leader who became prime minister in the Tibetan Central Administration, the Tibetan government-in-exile.

Personal details
Born5 September 1968 (age 52)
Darjeeling, India
CitizenshipAmerican
Political partyNational Democratic Party of Tibet
Alma materUniversity of Delhi (BA, LLB)
Harvard University (LLM, SJD)
But how Americans citizens who have never been to China become Chinese refugees? it doesn't make any sense, they are Americans or Chinese.
Because the locals are not willing to relocate for different reasons, the old town houses were rebuilt on the same spots, new reinforced concrete houses are earthquake proof , able to withstand 8.5 Richter scale earthquakes, hooked up with all modern facilities like running water, sewer, sanitation and garbage treatment facilities, electricity , gas and internet cables.

Kashgar Old Town after 5 years' rebuild and renovation

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Do they have Pakistan passport and became Pakistan citizens?
Hospitals in Kashgar old town, perserving old architecture doesn't mean everything has to be old

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GDP per capita of Asia's countries 1970-2020
China almost moves up a place every year in recent years.
Beijing is the only shining spot in North China. Only Beijing made into top 10 GDP city in North China last year. The South and North gap is getting bigger by the day..
Beijing is China’s only shining northern city as centre of economic gravity moves south
  • Beijing is the only city in the northern half of the country to be included in China’s top 10 cities in terms of economic size this year
  • China’s north-south divide is adding to an already complex regional imbalance between eastern coastal provinces and western regions
After overtaking Australia and Spain, in GDP, Chinese Guangdong province sets to overtake Russia and Korea in 2020, ranking 11th in the world GDP rankings.

Guangdong Province

Kashgar local Uighur girls invite people to go to Kashgar city old town after the initial Covid lockdown, the lockdown had been lifted and it's very safe to travel there.
China’s 2020 GDP means it will overtake U.S. as world’s No. 1 economy in 2026, sooner than expected

January 18, 2021 6:00 PM GMT+8

China's standout economic growth in 2020's pandemic-battered global economy has led analysts to update their forecasts for when China will overtake the U.S. as the world's largest economy to as early as 2026.

On Monday, China reported a year-on-year increase of 6.5% for the fourth quarter of 2020 and a 2.3% increase for all of 2020, surpassing analysts' forecasts and making China the the only major economy to log positive growth in 2020.

Nomura Holdings had estimated China's economy would surpass the U.S.'s in 2030, but China's economic performance in 2020 caused the firm to shorten that timeline to 2028, extrapolating from International Monetary Fund projections, or to as early as 2026 if renminbi appreciation continues.

The pandemic "dealt a much larger blow to the U.S. economy than to China's economy," the Nomura report said. "Time will tell, but in our view there is a high likelihood that 2026 will be the milestone at which China re-emerges as the world's largest economy."

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Nomura's estimate, like other analysts' projections, measures when China will overtake the U.S. in market exchange rates. Economists use gross domestic product to measure the size of a country's economy, and there are two ways to compare GDP figures: by using purchasing power parity (PPP), which compares the prices of goods in each country (the Big Mac Index, for example) or by using market exchange rates to convert a country's nominal GDP in its own currency to a common one, in most cases the U.S. dollar.

In PPP terms, China's GDP overtook the U.S.'s in 2017, according to Nomura, but using market exchange rates rather than PPP to compare economies is "a logical choice when financial flows are involved."

The Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR), a U.K.-based think tank, similarly revised its estimate for when the Chinese economy would surpass the U.S. A late December report from CEBR said China GDP would eclipse U.S. GDP for the first time in 2028—five years earlier than the firm's previous estimate—and said the pandemic prompted the revision.

"For some time, an overarching theme of global economics has been the economic and soft power struggle between the United States and China," the CEBR report said. "The COVID-19 pandemic and corresponding economic fallout have certainly tipped this rivalry in China's favor."


While China's domestic economy rebounds, other major economies, like the U.S., are struggling to control the spread of the coronavirus and return to pre-pandemic economic growth.

China's GDP will grow 5.7% per year until 2025, followed by 4.5% annually until 2030, CEBR estimates, while the U.S. economy will grow 1.9% per year from 2022 to 2024 and then 1.6% per year "for the rest of the forecast horizon."

Oxford Economics changed its prediction for when China's economy will overtake the U.S.'s from 2030 to 2029 because of the pandemic. "China has coped with the pandemic better than the U.S.," said Louis Kujis, head of Asia economics at Oxford Economics.

Bruce Pang, head of macro and strategy research at China Renaissance, has a slightly longer timetable for the cross-over, but he also shortened his estimate because of the pandemic. Pang says it will be "ten years or longer" before China overtakes the U.S. as the world's largest economy. Before the pandemic, Pang says, he had estimated it would take around 15 years.

"While the global backdrop continues to be uncertain and other hard-hit economies are still a long way off from returning to pre-pandemic growth levels," said Pang, "we think China will act as the primary engine and vital stabilizer of the global economy."

Yifan Zhang, an associate professor of economics at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, didn't have an exact guess for the year China's economy will become the world's biggest. "Whether it's 2026 or 2028 or 2030 matters less," Zhang said. "On the day when China becomes the largest economy again, it signals there's a shift of power between the East and West."

Well said, a couple of years don't matter much to China, we always play a long game.
A very nice new hospital..but would any doctors go to those mountains to work?
China is not in a hurry, she overtakes US one thing at a time and in the end will only leave US the world No.1 in printing dollars.
Hopefully every Chinese province will become Guangdong in the near future.
Full developed should be Korea × 50 or Japan × 30
Looking at the long term demographic US will become a Hispanic predominant country and then break up into many smaller states, US doesn't have cohesive blood and cultural bond that Chinese people hold for thousands of years.
Who is the world?
Girls serving on carriers look so cool:china:
How about the population of India?
Uighur girls serving in PLNA


Like to see how soon Guangdong's GDP overtakes India.
Xi jingping talks to Uighur soldier on the Chinese aircraft carrier

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Uighur female soldiers serving in PLNA, Protecting Chinese waters in South China Sea
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Someone is butthurt, it's not China, lol.. I didn't invite you here in my thread.
Uighur female soldiers serving in PLNA, Protecting Chinese waters in South China Sea


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Hong Kong, Singapore and Macau have much higher GDP per capita than Korea and Japan, but we are not comparing with them cause this topic is about a country's overall economy, you Indians don't like to see this and try to discredit China, don't pretend that you are not coming to this thread to do this. Sour grape, look at yourself first before discrediting others.
驻港部队从乌鲁木齐市应征的10名维吾尔族女青年在乌鲁木齐机场乘机赴驻港部队,女兵家长到机场送行。应征女青年地丽努尔·艾合买提兴奋地告诉记者:“能到驻港部队当兵,感到非常骄傲自豪”。图为女青年依孜提古丽-艾尼与家人合影。

10 Uighur girls say goodbye to their parents and fly to Hong kong to join PLA Hong kong garrison to fullfill their PLA glorious mission of safeguarding Hong kong's peace and stability.
It's a great honor to serve in Hong kong for mother China, they said to their parents and families who are there to see them off.

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LOl, China sends Han men to sleep Uighur women, harvest Uighur organs, destroy their tombs... IF China is indeed this sick and wicked, why Uighurs don't fight back? Most law enforcement officers are Uighurs in Xinjiang, a great many of PLA troops are Uighurs in Xinjiang, they are all heavily armed with all weapons, why not a single Uighur police officer or soldier turned their guns to the Chinese government since this government is doing unspeakable autrocities to them as you claimed.
新疆军区某团上士沙地力,即是二等功臣
PLA Staff Sergeant 沙地力, second PLA honor badge winner. A model soldier.
"I am willing to endure all hardships in the world as long as I can beat those who are against my motherland China", said 沙地力.
 
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So what's your point? Using PDF 12 hours a day is against forum rule? You sounded like you just had a discovery that would benefit the mankind.
 

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only @beijingwalker can explain this.
but what would you say about a person who is 24 hours 352 days a year sitting online on PDF for years?
 

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Hello, PDF...

I have came out of retirement to share with you about a chinaposter who is very "passionate" & perhaps unhealthily "obsessed" w/ Pakistan Defence Forum.

This chinamember has used PDF for 12.5 Hours straight!!! Actually approximately 17.5 Hours (but there was a solitary single 4 Hour Break in-between)!!!

Yes, this poster posted on PDF ONLY on the specific day (Wednesday 1/20/2021 according to my US time Zone):
--- Posted every about 5-15 minutes for allotted throughout the 12.5 Hours shift!!!
--- This includes 183+ Photos of Chinese military, schools, Uyghur girls, etc. (according to my rough counting)!!!
--- Countless amounts of Threads w/ ridiculously long lines of penmanship
All this went on for 12.5 hours in a SINGLE DAY!!!

I hope this poster has a job because they have spent over HALF of their Wednesday (or Thursday in china timezone), which I am sure is a part of the workweek in the country of china. There doesn't seem to be any coinciding holiday in china that would warrant such kaput behavior of spending 12.5 hours in PDF posting tremendous amounts of Posts, Threads, 8 You-Tube Videos and over 183+ HD Photos of unusual stuff in a Single-day... Maybe they were very excited for US Presidential Inauguration Day which falls on 1/20/2021!!!

I have attached (or at least tried to), every single post that was indeed posted in the aforementioned time period. Yes, I know, this is ridiculously long!!

Let me know what the hell is going on!














HERE'S the 4 HOUR Break!!!!!! Seems a bit more than the Usual 2 hour chinaworker break in china!!!! Maybe these hours are made-up later in the day...
@WebMaster @Slav Defence Do take a look.

I suspect he might be an actual Wumao or multiple using the same account...
Hello, PDF...

I have came out of retirement to share with you about a chinaposter who is very "passionate" & perhaps unhealthily "obsessed" w/ Pakistan Defence Forum.

This chinamember has used PDF for 12.5 Hours straight!!! Actually approximately 17.5 Hours (but there was a solitary single 4 Hour Break in-between)!!!

Yes, this poster posted on PDF ONLY on the specific day (Wednesday 1/20/2021 according to my US time Zone):
--- Posted every about 5-15 minutes for allotted throughout the 12.5 Hours shift!!!
--- This includes 183+ Photos of Chinese military, schools, Uyghur girls, etc. (according to my rough counting)!!!
--- Countless amounts of Threads w/ ridiculously long lines of penmanship
All this went on for 12.5 hours in a SINGLE DAY!!!

I hope this poster has a job because they have spent over HALF of their Wednesday (or Thursday in china timezone), which I am sure is a part of the workweek in the country of china. There doesn't seem to be any coinciding holiday in china that would warrant such kaput behavior of spending 12.5 hours in PDF posting tremendous amounts of Posts, Threads, 8 You-Tube Videos and over 183+ HD Photos of unusual stuff in a Single-day... Maybe they were very excited for US Presidential Inauguration Day which falls on 1/20/2021!!!

I have attached (or at least tried to), every single post that was indeed posted in the aforementioned time period. Yes, I know, this is ridiculously long!!

Let me know what the hell is going on!














HERE'S the 4 HOUR Break!!!!!! Seems a bit more than the Usual 2 hour chinaworker break in china!!!! Maybe these hours are made-up later in the day...
Good work soldier.

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It's very concerning and obvious... I have brought forth a huge amount of evidence, hopefully it doesn't get brushed under the rug. I would like answer from the poster himself. What motivates this gentleman to post for 12~ hours w/ these specific types of unusual posts.

Personally, the absolute MAXIMUM I can spend doing ONE single hobby is the entire 6.5 hour average length of an EXCITING & THRILLING ODI cricket match of my own country Pakistan, which are broadcasted in 3 or 4 bundles sporadically every few months.

What motivates this person to spend 12 hours, or even 10 hours (5 or 6 days a week) [for several years] of their precious Free-Time, Hobby-Time, Leisure-Time on a FOREIGN Defence Forum posting unusual, eerie, synthetic posts.
 

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Look idk if @beijingwalker is hired by the state to post here or if he is an avid fan of PDF but his content is within forum rules and his behaviour is excellent. I don't think I've ever seen him be rude or abusive.
 

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Look idk if @beijingwalker is hired by the state to post here or if he is an avid fan of PDF but his content is within forum rules and his behaviour is excellent. I don't think I've ever seen him be rude or abusive.
Aggressive Spam + Synthetic posting doesn't sound like within forum rules. But I am NOT questioning any Forum Rules AT ALL!! I just want to know his motivation & purpose for the unnatural usage of this website.
 

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What motivates this person to spend 12 hours, or even 10 hours (5 or 6 days a week) [for several years] of their precious Free-Time, Hobby-Time, Leisure-Time on a FOREIGN Defence Forum posting unusual, eerie, synthetic posts.
What's your motivation to care how others spend their time on line? Are you working for certain agency?
 
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