Chinese Philanthropist: Uneducated People Should Not Have Children

#1 Chinese philanthropist Chen Guangbiao standing amongst stacks of RMB cash bills money.

#1 Chinese philanthropist Chen Guangbiao standing amongst stacks of RMB cash bills money.

Chen Guangbiao is a Chinese philanthropist with national and international recognition, and is believed to be one of China’s richest individuals. The eccentric millionaire known as much for his wacky charitable endeavors as for his generous humanitarian deeds. Just last year:

Recently, he commented on China’s family planning policies, sparking heated netizen discussion…

From NetEase:

Sensationalistic Chinese philanthropist Chen Guangbiao in a green suit.

Chen Guangbiao: People Who Haven’t Had Nine-Year Compulsory Education Should Not Bear Children report, Chen Guangbiao declared in an interview that family planning policies need to be adjusted so those who did not receive nine-year compulsory education should not bear children, those who completed high school are allowed one child, and those who completed education beyond high school should have their reproduction unrestricted. At the same time, certain remote rural areas should be treatment specially, guaranteeing basic reproductive rights.

Comments from NetEase:

网易北京市朝阳区网友 ip:221.223.*.*

Chen Guangbiao’s parents indeed shouldn’t have.

陈光盘中国一束光 [网易北京市海淀区网友]:

[I] Support [him]! Chen Guangbiao, the character of China’s people is truly unbearable to look at. [with people] giving birth to children but not raising them, so why bother giving birth to them at all? Nine-year compulsory [education], though it can’t manage the era of illiteracy, once this policy is implemented, at least we can enter a semi-illiterate state!!!

网易重庆市网友 [寂寞如墨]: (in response to above)

Support your mother’s cunt, Obama’s mom was even a prostitute, and Mao Zedong’s parents were also uneducated. So many great scientists that have moved humanity forward came from poor even illiterate households. You and all those who support you are all 2B.

jerrylau [网易北京市海淀区网友]:

Reproductive rights linked with level of education? There truly is no end to the genius that comes out of the grand Heavenly Kingdom.

网易江苏省南通市网友 [HAPPYCAT] 的原贴: (in response to above)

Couples where one has a 211 bachelor degree and one has a vocational degree or above, or one has a master’s degree and one with a vocational degree or above can have a second child; or couples that both make 100,000 RMB or above per year! I don’t think there is anything wrong with this! This kind of policy cannot be called discrimination, if you say this is discrimination, doesn’t everyone start off the same when they first go to school? [The family planning policy of] “Sound child birthing and rearing” has always been a difficult course, because it is always being heavily hindered by the multitudes of subnormal/mentally defective children. Putting aside historical problems [referring to older generations], if both parties [in a couple] are post-80s generation and both failed to get into high school because of insufficient intelligence, what qualifications do you guys have to have a second child? Anyone ever heard of a “dog giving birth to a lion” [“tame goose laying a wise egg”]?

网易湖北省武汉市手机网友 [yan0361]: (in response to above)

Brother, the education system today has problems, and you’re going to establish family planning policies on top of education policy? Everyone has their own way of living. The poor live poor lives, and you can’t strip other people’s right to live just because they are poor.

ceccjy [网易浙江省网友]:

Guangbiao, my friend, the right to have children is the most important right of humans. Please believe one fact, that a high level of education does not necessarily mean his character/integrity is good, so the children they raise will not necessarily be superior.

谁要你代表 [网易陕西省西安市网友]:

This person, relying on sensationalism to get eyeballs, his intentions deserve suspicion!

网易上海市手机网友 ip:117.136.*.*

Blind JB nonsense, China’s wealth disparity has always existed, who are you to criticize [people in] rural areas not allowing them to reproduce? You stupid, you think you are niubi just because you have high marks? How many college graduates cannot support their child today? Bill Gates didn’t even finish junior high school!

网易江苏省盐城市网友 [世界点球先生罗晶晶]: (in response to jerrylau)

Excuse me, doesn’t democratic country Singapore do exactly this? Look at the quality/characters of their nationals, then look at your SB quality/character.

jerrylau [网易北京市网友]: (in response to above)

Second floor [referring to above commenter], you really are a fucking SB. First of all, do we have democracy domestically? Furthermore, Singapore is a tiny pellet of a country, just 715 square kilometers altogether, and a population of 5.3 million people; China? Administration cannot be judged by [political] system alone, you also need to look at population and the size the territory.

aquawx [网易山东省青岛市网友]: (also in response to 世界点球先生罗晶晶)

Then tell me who made tens of millions of children have no schools to attend~! Who turned it from one school per village into one school per town, turning one elementary school after another into rubble and debris? Open your damn eyes and look at the kids of impoverished rural areas! They, even in such backwards and primitive environment, still adamantly clutch to their books gnawing on hardened steamed buns to get an education! But what did they get in return? High tuition, uneven teaching quality, school buildings like tofu dregs, and discriminatory exam grading criteria, does fucking Singapore have these problems? Does Singapore have this so-called “nine-year compulsory education”? Who likes being barbarians the moment they are born? Who doesn’t long for a civilized, rational, loving, and lawful society? Does the fucking Heavenly Kingdom provide such circumstances? The last sentence truly proves that you are a 100% pure SB pretending to be of high character. Hello, SB. Goodbye, SB!

网易广东省广州市手机网友 ip:123.58.*.*

Bullshit, fuck your mom, so all of China should just have you having kids for it? You’re going to go to the remote mountain areas to live, have a bunch of stupid kids, and then China can be saved? Aren’t you just talking out of your ass? Isn’t this you helping the wicked/oppressors? Rich uneducated people can all study abroad, while the poor find even going to school difficult. The nine-year compulsory education isn’t even compulsory, with schools charging money wildly [so schooling that should be required isn’t actually affordable for some], and the people without character [bad people] are mostly the rich. Mr. Chen, the words you’re saying are worse than pigs and dogs, without humanity.


I did not want to say anything at first, but seeing this bastard’s inhuman words, I went out of my way to apply for an account just to reply to this thread. I want to ask if his brain has any problems? Those who haven’t received any education cannot have kids, then how much education did your mom have? How much education did your grandma have? No matter how society develops, to reproduce and have offspring is the most basic right. [You think just because you’ve] made some stinking money you can pretend to be high and mighty? So China’s top philanthropist is like this? Good thing I’ve never benefited from your charity, otherwise I’d just want to die.

网易湖北省宜昌市网友 [宜昌流浪的猫]: (in response to above)

But an indisputable fact is that many second-generation rich, second-generation officials, and second-generation beasts are either retarded or idiots, and the rest are all beasts. Should the future depend on them?

网易内蒙古鄂尔多斯市网友 ip:1.24.*.*

Can’t hold it in any more! Still have to yell at you! A fucking stupid cunt!

117153571 [网易天津市网友]

You think that once everyone in China are college graduates, who’ll build your houses?

hiuhiu398 [网易广东省东莞市网友]:

It should be regulated that government officials and the rich and powerful have no restrictions on marriage, so they can take as many wives as they want and have as many babies as they want. [Whereas] the people at the lowest level of society should all be castrated.

网易四川省手机网友 ip:182.132.*.*

If the right to reproduce was decided by educational background, then the Chinese nation would not have made it to today, and what more, Chen Guangbiao would then not have a grandfather.

网易河南省郑州市手机网友 ip:61.158.*.*

Pigs think like Brother Guang as well.

民主战士 [网易山东省手机网友]:

Haha, graduate students can have a third baby then…?

网易湖北省武汉市手机网友 ip:113.57.*.*

You seem to have been born before there was nine-year compulsory education!

网易云南省昆明市手机网友 ip:218.202.*.*

Are these even human words?

网易北京市网友 ip:114.249.*.*

Fuck, TMD Li Shuangjiang [a famous Chinese People’s Liberation Army singer] went through 9-year compulsory education, but still gave birth to a little bastard.

[Note: Refers to son Li Tianyi who served time for assault, was released, changed his name, and then promptly participated in a gang rape].

网易江苏省手机网友 ip:117.136.*.*

China is 99% highly cultured/educated, the characters of those with high education even worse than dog shit, their morality corrupted, whether they are government officials or regular citizens.

宋黄海 [网易浙江省杭州市手机网友]:

Guangbiao, my friend, if you were allowed to be the emperor, you would definitely be history’s most infamous one. Qin Shi Huang burned books and buried scholars, but you are even more ruthless than him, not even letting people bear children.

水军总领 [网易辽宁省营口市网友]:

Biaozi: I support you, I support your mom and your dad. I know your dad and mom both must have gone through nine-year compulsory education, It must not have been easy for them to have given birth to a thing like you. I also know that you are ready to donate all your money, this is for sure, because you want to use your money to help those households who were unable to complete nine-year compulsory education. I thank you.

网易湖北省武汉市手机网友 ip:113.57.*.*

Can only have sex but not have babies, and if pregnant, have to get an abortion. In that case, hospitals are going to be very popular/busy/rich.

kevinhanlong [网易广东省惠州市网友]:

Actually, what use is there from going through 9 years of education? What can you actually learn? Would your IQ be higher? It’s nothing more than being brainwashed. I was in school for 16 years, and after college graduation, I was still unfamiliar with the country I live in.
[But after] half a year on NetEase, I understood the real world.
Therefore I recommended that if we are to base it on level of education, it should be that anyone who received and only received 9-year compulsory education actually cannot have more children! (Not going through it means not being brainwashed, as those who have left behind those 9 years are at least a bit more clear-headed)
[While] those who come to study on NetEase for a year can have more children.

网易加拿大手机网友 [liyaguangca]:

Are you stupid? Never learned about genetics? Now you’re the one who isn’t suited to have kids.

网易上海市手机网友 [viperbaby]: (in response to above)

No concept of human equality, not even the most basic moral bottom line! And you talk to me about genetics? Shut up your fucking mouse!

liyaguangca [网易加拿大手机网友] (in response to above)

Big SB, can’t even spell “mouth”. Go eat shit u dumb fuck

liyaguangca [网易加拿大手机网友] (in response to above)

Fuck you bitch get a fucking life kid.

What do you think?

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  • Appalled@everything

    I think regardless of education, many Chinese should not have children, purely based on their inability to raise them well, be good role models to them, and behave in a way that sets a good example for the children to follow. In fact, I think it has nothing to do with the parents’ education and is much more to do with Chinese society as a whole.

    • AngryCanadien

      Highly disagree with you on the backhanded insult of chinese society. Doubt you seen some of the alcoholic uneducated bogan white trash down here in Australia. Those people really should not have children. It has nothing to do with the Chinese society having low morals. Besides, have you been to India or Africa? People pop out babies like crazy and severely stagnating any economic development or social progress.

      • Rick in China

        I think you’re kind of making his point for him.

        “severely stagnating any economic development or social progress”

        Because it also happens in other places, in your argument, isn’t a valid counter-argument.. unless you’re saying that you agree with the fewer babies point but disagree with his reasoning.

        • 1010

          Considering the stagnating economies of Europe with their massive unemployment rates and defunct social programs, I think they need to stop having children as well.

          • Chris McKenna

            Yes it’s terrible that Europe has social programs that treat people like humans. Everyone should be working in factories 14 hrs a day 7 days a week!

          • donscarletti

            European economy is stagnating and social programs are defunct largely because they’re having too few children, too many old folks on welfare, too few young folks paying taxes. China is heading into the same problem, inverted population pyramid, scary stuff.

          • jeffli

            No they should never had let those f’d up ex commy countries join the EU!
            and kick the portugese/ spanis/ Cypriots/ Italians and greeks in the butt!

      • Would have to agree with you about the child-rearing back home in Aus. Some decent genes being raised to be total fucktards back there.

      • donscarletti

        I think a Chinese characteristic is that most of the generation that would be called “baby boomers” in the west went to school but spent far more time beating up their teachers and each other than learning.

        By the way, why are you called “Angry Canadien” if you are from Australia? Is an Australian just a Canadian that can’t spell?

        • mr.wiener

          I don’t know what you’re talking aboot.

          • Jahar

            we doont talk like that,eh?

          • jeffli

            too right! bloody wops, dings an’ dagoes in uver countries too you know!..

          • jeffli

            Choice bro! (NZ)

          • Wick

            A dingo ate my baby.

          • mr.wiener

            …So this baby harp seal walks into a club…

          • jeffli

            So…a couple seventh day adventists, a baby, a guy with a human proof cage on the back of his truck, two english backpackers, an American, and a dingo are walking in the desert ……….

            Bloody norah!

          • Wick

            What do you call an Aussie with half a brain?



          • mr.wiener

            Two deer are walking out of a gay bar, one of them says to the other:”I can’t believe we just blew twenty bucks in there…”

          • Beelzebub

            I got it, very good indeed!

          • MonkeyMouth

            gotta stop this white-on-white hate!!!!

      • Appalled@everything

        “backhanded insult” ? er… yeah, no, if only it were that simple, I am married to a Chinese, and lived there nearly 10 years, and I am Australian, so yes, I know what people are like here, though I think most could probably spell the word Canadian correctly.

        • doxiSky

          Stupid Canadians, can’t even spell “Canadian” correctly:

          • Speedy_Cheese

            “Canadien” is the French spelling.
            Canada is a bilingual country made up of both French and English speaking people (and the Montreal Canadiens are a team that originated in Quebec. They keep the French spelling of Canadian in their name to symbolize that unity; it is not a spelling error. There is simply a great deal of integration between the two languages in Canada).

            So I am hoping that is the reason why AngryCanadien has spelled it that way… though it makes little sense when it follows the English spelling of the word angry.

          • Christopher Anderson

            Canadien makes perfect sense. Most French Canadians are angry, especially when conversing with English knnnigits types.

          • jeffli

            English knigits whose mothers were hamsters and fathers smelled of elderberries…lol,

            Ahhhhh you young guns! all in search of the holy grail!
            Well you won’t find it here in China of course! You know why xmas was never started in China (couldn’t find 3 wise men and a virgin?….)

          • Speedy_Cheese

            Or a zombie Jesus.

          • MonkeyMouth

            no, canadians cant spell. the frenchies put an H on their canadiens jerseys. whats that mean? Horticultures?

          • Speedy_Cheese

            Hahaha wow… did it never occur to you that the Montreal Canadiens, or “Habs”, have an H in their emblem because they are a hockey team? H for Hockey?
            Hockey is spelled the same way in French and English.
            Their emblem stands for “Club de Hockey Canadien”.

            Their nickname “Habs” originates from when former Madison Square Owner/Operator Garden Tex Rickard mistakenly assumed the ‘H’ stood for “Habitants” and publicly said that it was. The team thought that was hilarious so the nickname stuck.

          • BiggJ

            Les Habitants!!! I love the Canadians!! I drove from Nova Scotia to to montreal when I was in high school with some buddy to watch a game. Back when Patric Roy was goalie. They played Boston that night, They lost though but fuck we had a good time.”C’est un but!!!hahaha I watched a bunch of oilers games but only one montreal game:( Company I work for gives tickets away after every 3 week shift.

          • Speedy_Cheese

            Nice! :) Great to hear you had the pleasure of seeing a game, it never matters who wins when you go to the event because the energy is amazing, you always have so much fun. Wow, you’re lucky to work for such a generous company by the sounds of it.

          • BiggJ

            Yeah it;s a company called “Suncor”. They do directional drilling and oil sands extraction…Oil company pretty much….or “Energy company” lol Every 3 weeks they draw 2 names from 20 people. The 2 names they draw get 2 tickets. Most people can’t go or make so I always buy them if I can from the people who win. I always take my week in Edmonton anyway. Good tickets too, always center ice in the lower bowl.You can’t even buy them usually from a regular ticket office, most are sold out. So it;s a good deal.

          • MonkeyMouth

            you need to learn sarcasm. GO LEAFS!!

          • Speedy_Cheese

            My bad. Sorry, it is difficult to gauge the tone of one’s words through text. :P

          • MonkeyMouth

            your an idiot. (if you dont get my meaning, you’re a true idiot)

        • Chang Liu

          That means by your definition you and your wife shouldn’t procreate.

          • Appalled@everything

            Nope, wrong, you lose, but thanks for playing, and by entering you earned a tote bag. Be sure to share that with all your spastic, brain-damaged and likewise retarded and moronic friends. Come again now.

          • Chang Liu

            Sounds like descriptions of how your children will turn out by your own definition. Good luck.

      • mr.wiener

        Are you an angry Australian residing in Oz or an Ozzie with the moniker “angry Canadian”?

        At any rate people in glass houses dude, for every dipshite bogan from the western suburbs I’m sure you’ll find a proportionate amount of first nation-hating dusterdriving Canucks.

        As to the fat leprechaun…..It’s easy for some who have gotten rich off the labor of others to turn around and disparage that group. I’ve worked for rich people I wouldn’t let own a dog, let alone have kids. For mine it’s not the wealth or the education that makes a good parent [although these things are important for a child’s chances in life] It’s about heart, something the BMX stunt bike riding exhibitionist should learn a little more about rather than self aggrandizing.

      • SuperHappyCow

        Africa is a pretty large place.

        Actually, it’s an entire continent, FYI.

    • Guest

      Slightly modifying your initial statement: I think regardless of education, NO INDIVIDUAL should have children, if they lack the essential abilities to raise them well, be good role models to them, and behave in a way that sets a good example for future generations of children to follow. In fact, I think effective child rearing has EVERYTHING to do with the parents’ education AND their own personal development as a child much more than the influential impacts of society as a whole.

      • Appalled@everything

        I disagree, because in China, nothing of which you describe is ever taught in schools, and children learn from their families the important lessons about life and society, and it is this society and this life and these lessons as taught by their families that have children learning the wrong things, bad things, from the people in their families who choose to live in a way that you or I would not choose to live.

    • Kate

      Why stop at Chinese? Many parents in every country suck. When I worked as a teacher in the US, I could tell you all kinds of awful stories related to parents from child molestors to drunks to abusers to neglect to drug addicts to simply stupid shitty people who treat their children awful (one dad couldn’t even spell his own kids name right and didn’t care to learn how). Many people everywhere shouldn’t have kids, hell one county over from my home in the states, a guy tried to sell his 6 yr old daughter for BAIL money for a druggie girlfriend. I feel sad for many children,I really do.

      So what can you do? As a teacher, teach them to aspire to be better (sometimes that works, often times the kids end up in crime beat like daddy and mommy),show compassion to them, give them some of the love and stability they are missing at home at school. When I taught, I would have some children I just wish I could of taken home because they were still young enough to be saved from their horrible homes.

      Anyways my own child is well loved and taken care of and that’s all we can do, counter act with raising good, well adjusted, loved children. Sigh….this topic makes me just sad.

      • Pickle

        WTF!? Where did you teach? That sounds like hell on earth!

      • Misiooo

        He’s quite right, but not right enough. Everybody should be sterilized and only under certain conditions allowed to ‘have’ children. Most of people are not qualified to be ‘parents’, not only due to financial reasons. But this is not going to happen in current socioeconomic system which depends on constant intake of fresh blood and having children welfare at the very bottom of its priority list.

        • You commie.

          What gives you [and anyone else] the right to decide who can have a kid and who can’t have a kid? Are you God??? IF not, than STFU.

          Just because someone can afford to go to some fancy school and get educated, it doesn’t mean he is superior or inferior.

          A person isn’t some number on a report card or a degree or a fancy title. A person is a sum of many traits: personality, charisma, charity, compassion, ethos, love, responsibility, etc. A degree represents none of these things. Yet you want to decide the right to bear life from this irrelevant metric.

          And even if this has some logical justification (which it doesn’t), don’t you think this is a slippery slope? Give the government power to decide who can have children and who can’t. And next, the government will use this power to take out particular social groups it doesn’t like. — Don’t like the muslims? Add a tiny law called “Increase school funding” increasing the cost of school for muslims – Next thing you know, the government decimates the population of an entire minority group.

          Oh, and being a teacher doesn’t mean you have good grammar or punctuation. Being an english teacher is something else. But if you are a physical education, math, science teacher, etc. who cares if you can’t spell properly?

          • Misiooo

            Don’t call me commie because you know close to nothing about me. Try to step outside this sick paradigm of ours. You want a car – get license, want fly a plane – need a license, damn, need some animal – need a licence too, yet, for being primary care taker of living human you don’t need one. Even if prevailing majority of children are conceived accidentally. ACCIDENTALLY. Think about it. Who gave you right over life (and sometimes death) of other human? God? Nature? Law? C’mon man. Only people who qualify should be ‘parents’. Qualify how? This is another story, but I’m confident, that sane and intelligent people can come up with something. But again, not yet. The sick society we live in and sick governments we are under since thousands of years will not allow such development to occur because it does not allow sane and intelligent people to speak in the first place. Commie? Show me real difference between Obama, Stalin or Hannibal. There is nothing new under the sun. Government my ass. You invoke god and government when think about authority. You invoke ethnic groups and us versus them mentality. You invoke some sick sociopolitical concepts. Ergo, you are deeply brainwashed into this shit man. Good news is a while ago people considered owning human slaves as their indispensable, more, god-given-government-certified right. Today most of us limit ourselves to children and pet animals. Behold this progress.

          • Why do I call you a commie? Cuz you sounded like a commie. If you don’t like it, too bad. QQ

            Though I am starting to think you might be a neo-nazi. Am I closer now?

            “Who gave you right over life (and sometimes death) of other human?” Well I know one thing: – Not me, and DEFINITELY NOT YOU. –

            BTW, cars and planes are considered weapons – they can be very deadly in the hands of inexperienced drivers – which is why they require licenses. And just so you know, children are NOT considered weapons. I don’t know where you come from, but we don’t need licenses for animals – unless you are talking about endangered species.

            In case you haven’t noticed: Government HAS AUTHORITY. Try going to the police station and punch a cop, you will quickly find out how much “authority” the government has. I’m not saying government isn’t corrupt or messed up, but the government has power.

            “You invoke ethnic groups and us versus them mentality.”
            You think this is applicable to just ethnic groups? This can be applied to any group, from women to short people to the disabled. Power corrupts, which is why I don’t trust the government to properly enforce the laws you support.

            Because children and pet animals are slaves? Seriously?

          • Misiooo

            Sorry sport, I thought we could have had better polemics, but I was wrong. Yet I don’t blame you. Good luck with your life. And by the way, there is no better weapon than human being.

          • Panda Banana

            good post !

          • Rick in China

            I like your argument, even though it’s ridiculous – and illogical. Your premise makes me laugh in that nobody called your bullshit:
            “Think about it. Who gave you right over life (and sometimes death) of other human? God? Nature? Law? C’mon man.”

            You did give him the answer: nature. Part of life, for everything living, is reproduction. Wait, not just part, but perhaps the most essential part..even beyond say, sentience. It is ludicrous to have government control reproduction, and I’m surprised Elysian Payne glazed over your response picking out other items to argue about – obviously he sucks at debate.

            I would love some form of control over reproduction. Stopping masses from breeding inferior humans with the “all our children are great” fallacy destroys the great Spartan tradition of keeping the strong – further strengthening humanity on macro level! That being said, that’s a fantasy, because nobody – nor any entity – could ever be trusted with governing and controlling the reproduction of any individual… that’s just beyond wrong and Orwellian beyond reason. Everyone likes to think “Everyone else should be subject to some sort of controls, but, not me, I’m definitely qualified. I’m a fucking king.” – what happens when you’re told no kid for you, fuck off – too?

          • Misiooo

            Agreed. I know it’s probably wishful thinking but maybe some day… There is incomprehensible amount of pain in this world being result of people’s fancies, one of them being uncontrolled reproduction. It seems to be very essence of life – breed to assure continuity. Yet, with all techne at our disposal, we should be far beyond that I suppose. So why are we not? Because civilization as we now know it relies on this uncontrolled breed. Because civilization as we know it is not that faraway from so natural dog-eat-dog law as most of us think and nations and religions have been (and still are) built on natural laws, such as ‘survival of the fittest’, be it Aryan race or numero uno blue chip corporation. So yes, If we are to introduce population control in the system we are in now, you are right, that would end up being Orwellian nightmare at its best. So again, maybe some day, when pillars of civilization are completely rebuilt. But anyways, even today all those who support uncontrolled breed should at least witness its results to be fully aware (one day trip to slums of Manila or one day in family violence center would do). I recall my discussion with El Puma once about eating meat. If one supports it so much, one should do it once by its own hands and then judge.

          • Rick in China

            I eat meat. I’ve gone hunting. My brother hunts (or hunted, pre-marriage :D) regularly. I don’t adhere to the ‘rule’ of: if you want to eat meat you should kill an animal with your own hands to enjoy the product, though. I think that’s a valid argument to have, but I don’t think it’s a difficult one to justify.

            That being said, I digress – using slums of poorer nations (I’ve been through Nairobi slums, during a pretty dangerous time a few years ago, but it wasn’t my first time :D) and don’t think that is a valid argument for ‘controlled breeding’ either. There are SO many ways to kill the argument, even though ideally it’d be great for everyone if they had better education and could make better decisions in the end, there again isn’t any authority that could be trusted with that kind of control. The only way our civilization on whole would ever get to a point where we’d be in some sort of socially evolved state that it would become a non issue is either through armageddon, alien invasion, or enormous amounts of time and achievement that would span and lift up humanity through generations…by no means in our life time. So while it’s nice to think of our societies being able to get there, it’s not feasible or realistic to *expect* it or soap-box preach about people who aren’t contributing to that nirvana-like greatness for our species.

      • cc

        You’re a teacher!!! Ever heard of punctuation?

      • Appalled@everything

        “Why stop at Chinese?”
        I stopped at Chinese, because the original post is about Chinese and refers to the views of a Chinese regarding other Chinese.

        • jeffli


        • Kate

          Rhetoric question? Juxtaposing different cultures to see similarities and differences helps me and I thibk others to see a culture more healthily or at least honestly. ^_^♥♥♥♥♥

      • Lars_K

        The bad is by far outnumbering the good, and it’s growing exponentially.
        Good luck sacrificing in favor of a small portion of the bad.

      • Panda Banana

        right, why stop at chinese!? though the chinese already implement the right measures….in 100 years, there will be just 400 million chinese…yes, right now there are around 800 million useless chinese floating around their country.

        when i compare that to our western societies, where certain “minority” groups reproduce on a large scale with 5+ children, and most dont event work and prefer to live from welfare, while the locals consider very carefully before they make a child, then its simple math which can be used to foresee what is waiting for us in our so called “free societies”.

        just finished watching the “atlanta mall officer” videos on youtube…..this guy is a black man, and he is fighting ignorant niggers…its a hopeless fight !

        • Rick in China

          “100 years, there will be just 400 million chinese”

          Dude, that’s not because of any X child policy the government runs – that’s because all the evil laowai are heading to China to breed little halfies with the local women – eventually pure-bred Chinese will be few and far between! Mostly leftovers from the countryside where they weren’t quite so exposed……so basically the future population of pure Chinese will be countryside peasants and CPC-families.

    • Rainer

      Forget whether “many Chinese should not have children” craps, we all agree that yanks parents have every right to have children, lovely or not, as an inseparable part of basic human right, for them to molest, on daily basis, day and night, as well-recognized and well-respected and well-known long time tradition, a tradition that can help “sets a good example for the children to follow”, for many generations to come.

      • Appalled@everything

        “for them to molest on a daily basis” ……. you don’t get out much, do you?

    • Kai

      So…who gets to decide who should have children and who shouldn’t?

      • Chen Guangbiao obviously

      • Appalled@everything

        if you really need to ask that, then I’m afraid the answer is well beyond you

        • Kai

          Try me. Otherwise, that sounds like a clever way to dodge a legitimate question.

          Though, I suppose you expressing the opinion that many Chinese people shouldn’t have children suggests that you’re the one to decide, right?

          In that case, how do you determine exactly when someone has demonstrated an inability to raise a child well? How do you define “well”? How do you define a “good” role model for children, and what sort of behavior is a “good” example for children? How many mistakes, bad choices, or how much negligence can a person be responsible for before they’re stripped of their baby-making powers? Who can qualify to be the judge of these people?

          • Elijah

            It is a legitimate question, but let me answer it with another question if you’ll allow.

            Who qualifies people to fly a plane? On what merits? How about medical licenses?

            I firmly believe that education is the only path to a better future. Not necessarily the education system of today or in any one country and/or culture, but education to the best of our abilities as people.

            Therefore the solution, in my mind at least, is a series of courses with mandatory attendance (only if you want to procreate), hands-on practice with real-dolls (those babies that cry and all that crap) and observation that culminates in a license that qualifies the person to be a parent.

            In the case of accidental pregnancy, the baby should be cared for by foster parents (with unlimited visitation by the parents provided that they are currently attending and passing the parenting classes) or easy adoption if the parents decide not to attend the classes.

            Classes should be treated like any other form of public education and should be government-paid (barring registration fees or material costs which should be kept to a very low price so that everyone can afford it). I think that the social improvements after 10-15 years of these policies being enacted will more than compensate for any unpleasantness or costs undertaken in creating and maintaining these classes.

          • Kai

            Let me answer your question with another question: Do you believe there are certain inalienable, fundamental human rights?

            I know that’s a broad question but I’m asking because we’ll better understand our disagreement by finding a premise we both agree on. What I’m trying to figure out is your root philosophical perspective or principle.

          • Elijah

            +1 to you Kai for the intelligent debate. I’m ignoring the negative count on my comment because the revolutionary or non-status quo often is booed.

            I do believe in inalienable, fundamental human rights. I could drag this argument into a cesspool of semantics about the definition of human rights around the world and actual levels of human rights compared to purported levels. However, this would disgrace the debate and our collective intelligence. So let’s use the U.N. charter and Geneva convention as a universal standard (even though it changes as time passes which I think is a good thing to reflect the times).

            However at the same time as acknowledging individual rights one must also balance that by appreciating the social contract we’re all beholden to. IE: my right to swing my fist ends at your face’s right to occupy a certain space. Therefore, by the subconscious act of accepting the social contract our individual rights are curtailed meaning that no one has absolute freedom and rights, just varying degrees depending on their intent and usage of their rights and freedoms.

            So, bringing that to a point involving reproductive rights. This is a subject which isn’t really mentioned in any document concerning rights and freedoms and yet it’s assumed that it’s a free-for-all when there are very few things more important than properly raising children. It’s how humanity as evolved mentally and culturally to the level we’re at now by passing on the good and discouraging our children away from failed thinking. Ex: follow what you love, learn well, don’t do drugs, think before acting, etc. etc.

            As well, it’s really not feasible to the future of the human race to continue this lassez-faire style of reproductive rights. Not only in terms of already severe overpopulation, but also in terms of the quality of child-rearing that currently exists (cue Idiocracy reference, EXCELLENT movie by the way).

            If I beat my child constantly, I will be causing a person with emotional and psychological trauma that will probably continue in the same vein. If I feed my child nothing but fast food and junk food, I will be causing a person with early-onset diabetes, asthma, obesity and heart disease that will pass on those lessons to others. If I allow my child to be selfish and aggressive due to lack of proper discipline (no, not beatings…), then I will be causing a bully that will create unknown ripples in other people’s lives. Yet only the first one is worth a punishment, only the first one is a legally recognized form of abuse. Why?

          • Kai

            I’m not sure this idea is actually revolutionary. I bet the vast majority of people would actually say they support the notion of restricting certain (“other”) people not having kids until they were really forced to think about it. As for the negative count, you can take solace in other comments supporting Chen Guangbiao’s idea and the general idea of restricting certain people’s reproduction having tons of upvotes.

            You brought up social contract and I think that automatically calls into question just how much you believe in “inalienable” human rights. However, I happen to think the world generally operates on a social contract basis and only pays lip service to the notion of inviolable, unalienable, etc. human rights so I think we can start with social contract as a premise we agree on.

            Given this acknowledgement of social contract, your position would be that as long as the people consent to (even through inability to successfully resist) having their rights restricted by/through the government based upon criteria determined by/through the government, what’s wrong with it? Would you agree with this?

            Do you think there are legitimate valid reasons to oppose the restriction of reproduction for targeted groups? What circumstances or prerequisites would you ask before a society could institute such restrictions? How would you ensure that the institution of targeted restrictions on reproduction doesn’t set a precedent for the expansion or retargeting of such restrictions?

            I liked the premise of Idiocracy too.

          • Elijah

            I dislike the notion of restrictions. I would say it’s about qualified versus unqualified. Qualifications being acquired in the manner described above.

            On that basis alone, I would think that in an egalitarian society, there wouldn’t be any one or many groups that would be discriminated against. Unless it be the group that couldn’t get the accreditation, in which case it’s their own fault for being unfit parents.

            For the most part, a parental license wouldn’t be overly hard to get, just show that you know how to physically, emotionally and mentally care for a child without harming it. IE: don’t leave a baby/toddler alone in a car or bathtub or with dangerous objects, proper nutrition as they grow up, acceptable forms of discipline, etc. etc. Look on tv at how many “supernanny or bad parents” shows there are. It’s not rocket science to know that a small child needs consistency or that the television isn’t an acceptable nanny or that unrestricted internet access is a horrible thing until a certain age.

            I can see how this concept could easily be abused and mutate into a prejudiced system that discriminates which is why there would have to be total transparency and like any other license you could have multiple attempts in case you didn’t get it the first time. We as a society would form the levels required to get the license and if we all have that input and agree with it, then I would say that’s fair (like you mentioned above).

            Idiocracy was not only hilarious, but disturbingly realistic…

          • Kai

            I’m going to change tracks and instead of discussing the philosophical problems with instituting such restrictions, I’m gonna go with the practical problems. Before going forward, I do want to establish that I know you have good intentions, that you mean well.

            So let’s assume everyone is on board with the basic idea of licensing people for reproduction, that those without a license are not allowed to reproduce, and our end goal is for the protection of potential children, so that they are raised properly, because there are few things more important.

            We’re brainstorming to make the first draft of the law. We know this isn’t going to be easy and we might have to do a ton of drafts before we can get everyone on board to ratify it but hey, it’s gotta start somewhere. So let’s start with something easy. What would immediately disqualify someone from being able to get a license to reproduce?

    • Augustus234567

      Wow. This is the most uninhibited Racist thing that I heard in a Long, long Time -___-

    • Augustus234567

      Plus, if we are going by stereotypes I can assure you that ironically, it is the asian/Chinese parents (and their culture) that are actually the ones seen as being intensely involved in shaping their children’s lives and preparing them for success, while western parents are seen as being nonchanlant in their attitude towards child-rearing and the outcome of the child

  • Dogdish

    10 kids on my sofa

    • billy

      wanker! twat!

  • Billy

    ‘Chen Guangbiao is a Chinese philanthropist with national and international recognition’ Never heard of him, I thought it was a picture of Kim Sung Il, the big fat cunt.

    • Rick in China

      He has the type of ‘international recognition’ that say, DaShan has – the type where everyone here thinks everyone everywhere knows them, but in fact they’re only ‘known’ in China proper :D

      • kevinnolongerinpudong

        Like famous Western pianist Richard Clayderman!

        • narsfweasels


          • Chris McKenna

            And everyone in the west knows “take me to your heart”

          • narsfweasels

            Or “That’s Why You Go”.

            “What? Who are these people?!”

            “Oh, they are so FAMOUS! Everybody knows them!”

            “My arse, where do they even come from?”

            “They are foreigners!”

            ” ‘Foreign’ is NOT a country!”

          • Chris McKenna

            When I was in China I was always telling my students not to refer to the rest of the world as foreigners and I think some of them started to get it. Although, sadly, by the end I also found myself referring to rest of the world as foreigners.

          • Rick in China

            I found that amusing.. when travelling abroad with my Chinese wife, she’d say “wow, so many laowai here” (in, say, Malaysia or Philippines). I had to point out the obvious — that *we* were the ‘laowai’..

          • Beelzebub

            Well said. I have had fights with chinese guys, twice, in dubai airport and madrid train station, who, unknowingly, thought I as a hairy white yeti monster could not understand their slur, which I had to let slide previously.

          • MonkeyMouth

            and when you went with your korean wife, what did SHE say?

          • MonkeyMouth

            AND everyone one of us knows how to sing/play hotel california

          • Beelzebub

            livin it up…!!!

          • Beelzebub

            danish band, i rofled

          • MonkeyMouth

            Norman Bethune’s cousin

          • narsfweasels

            Ohhhhh….wow, must be difficult trying to step out of THAT guy’s shadow.

      • donscarletti

        I’m not sure why “Nationally recognized” falls so far short in prestige.

        By the way, where is Da Shan? Does he only post in reply to being called a “douche” or does he post at other times?

        • Excuse me? “Da Shan is a douche”? Is this true? Can someone please clear this up for us?

          • MonkeyMouth

            he goes by the name ‘angrycanadian’ on CS

      • MonkeyMouth

        you are absolutely correct. no one gives a fuck about chinese individuals

    • slob

      KTV. English song comes on, never heard of it or the artist. Get handed the mic. “I don’t know this song”. Puzzled looks from everyone. Sigh…

      • MonkeyMouth

        you first mistake is going to KTV in the first place

  • ChinasAnnoying

    He should not have kids of his own, on account of his stupidity, his fugliness, his lime green chessy outfit, and his obesity which is so out of control its gotta be genetic! The more these idiots open their mouths, the more I think the Imperial Japanese Army was right, maybe China ain’t so great as a state and culture, the Japanese sure don’t look 1/100th as revolting, and they sure don’t sprout crap like this either!

    • slob

      I dunno man, the japs are into weird shit like tentacle porn and Lolicon.

      • ChinasAnnoying

        That’s harmless versus this green pig in the article, and his fellow dead swines floating all over China’s reservoirs.

  • hess

    I like how the third comment talks about this suggestion being something bad but at the same time brings up how maos parents were uneducated.

  • Zappa

    social classism is rampant in china i see. and they call themselves communist.

    • One has to go to school to learn what a “communist” is.

  • Reginald

    Fat men that dress like leprechauns shouldn’t be allowed near the internet.

    • Alphy

      lol… leprechauns I am going to think of that every time I see his stories now.

      I don’t know what issue he is actually trying to address, but saying all uneducated people shouldn’t have children like this is going to alienate much of the fans that he may have.

    • nqk123

      Chen Guangbiao: “They’re Always After Me Lucky Charms!.”

    • Hongwu Emperor

      Leprechauns? what picture, the one with a green western suit, or the Mao suit one? :)

      Anyways, he should be wearing shen-yi or something, and avoid being a enemy of tradition by saying that =/

    • Augustus234567


  • Red Scarf

    Also people with their own ego so far up their own backside shouldn’t have kids either….

    Posing in front of such huge piles of cash is an attempt to show how much important he is no matter how philanthropistic he maybe, even if its not related to this story.

    • Xiu

      Bingo! His entire argument is; the rich deserve everything they have (including life), the poor can suck it. Confucianism at its poorest, and most outdated.

  • A Gawd Dang Mongolian

    Children. They are an essential part to a functioning society, but at the same time it’s real hard to figure out who should have any. Education may not be the standard for it, because that could just as easily put kids in the hands of people that don’t know anything about society beyond study for tests.

  • MrT

    Too late, new China is here and booming!

    • linette lee

      China will be better if they control their population. Limit to only one child for the couples. That would be ideal.

      • Bugs Bunny

        two kids is the best for a couple in fact…especially for middle class these who live in cities. but in china, it’s just opposite.
        two people make two kids does not bring more people to the world, and in case kid died early…
        just should limit village people well should not have more than 2 kids…and city people just let them to choose 1 or two.also those minorities should not let them have so many kids as pigs…

        • linette lee

          China needs to shrink their population to half maybe 700 millions. It’s too overpopulated. The parents can have one biological child and as many as adopted children as they want..

          It’s so ridiculous.
          USA population 400,000

          Russia population 150,000
          China population 13,000,000
          Some people inside China breeding like pigs. And they don’t feed their kids. wow….

          • sendtodave

            You forgot some zeroes there.

            US: 314,000,000
            Russia:142,000,00 (Why include Russia? Because it is big and empty?
            China: 1,344,000,000

          • linette lee

            yes, thank you. :)

          • linette lee

            hahaha…I do know my numbers but I must think carefully before I type them or I’ll mess up on the zeros.

          • America did many evil things? Who started the war? To inform you, the atomic bomb prevented many more deaths than it caused, most importantly American lives. Hiriito was sent a letter from Truman 10 days before asking him to surrender. Would you rather live under Japanese Imperial rule today?

          • Beelzebub

            the atomic bomb prevented many more deaths than it caused, most importantly American lives

            What about japanese lives? Or are they much like 5,000 panamians considered expendable because their CIA installed president just happened to like dealing in the white powder for himself? Different country and times, I know, but vive la difference?

          • Panama declared war and fired on our unarmed military. So let it be an example, don’t make USA mad. Don’t pick a fight with someone bigger.

          • Beelzebub

            Fair enough, problem is everyone else sees themselves as BIGGER. It’s a no win situation ultimately.

          • MonkeyMouth

            fuck off

          • linette lee

            hey, you want to end the war quicker to prevent more death, but ironically you actually create more death in the long run. Look at the aftermath of nuclear and chemical weapons. What it has done to the people and the planet. Radiation, cancer, birth defect…ect.

            America never really got out of war. They are constantly in war in different countries. Look at korea and middle east with usa involvement. Maybe the best way to end war is not to get involve too much with other nation’s problem. Let those nations deal with it themselves. And don’t use massive destruction weapons like nuclear or chemical. The aftermath effect is too devastating.

          • Linette, you need to think some things out. USA developed atomic bomb because were at war. You may not want to win war, but we like to win. Besides, the technology was there, if USA did not make it first, Soviets would have. Constantly at war? No. But The USA will go to war to protect ourselves when we have to.

          • If you do some study, Agent Orange was designed to kill vegetation to help soldiers in the terrain, not as a chemical weapon.

          • Beelzebub

            If you believe everything governments tell us, they would have us believe fluoride is good for our health, and nicotine is harmless, and airplanes don’t pollute our skies, not disputing, but how many did it make ill?

          • linette lee

            Kill vegetation…….very earth friendly. Anything that’s chemical and kill any living form, do you want it dump on your family and their plants surrounding? You mean to tell me the American scientists don’t know chemical killing plants are bad for living things? The American won’t even eat food dropped on the floor or drink water with a fly in it, and they go massively dumped chemical onto other people’s land? What’s their intention?

          • Bugs Bunny

            it’s more about people’s quality.
            japan is tiny and more crowded…but life in japan is not much easier either…
            no any heaven in asia…
            i admire these little islands states…
            but in most places kids are less and less already, many schools closed already.

          • linette lee

            No, it’s not only about quality of life for the people. It’s also about taking better care of our mother earth. Less population less pollution and more burden on the earth natural resources.

          • Bugs Bunny

            then ask those crowded states do it first and not let go outside of their own places. as hk , japan, sgp…

          • linette lee

            native hk women has one of the lowest birth rate in the world.

            The lowest birthday in the world goes to Hong kong and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Average of 1.1

            HK 1.1

            korea , taiwan , singapore 1.2

            Japan 1.4

        • Beelzebub

          more open minded ness from eat tot….those minorities, are you a minority? do think out of yer tin ffs

      • MrT

        but the Western media always attacks China for this policy, so whats going on LL? Is it a good policy or a bad policy?

        Is it human right abuse or not?

        btw you can thank the HK government for preventing all those Filipinos making it their new home.Western media also crying about this.
        Is this good policy or bad?

        • linette lee

          One child policy is a good concept. It is necessary to protect our planet earth. Unfortunately 99% of the china chinese and the whole china gov’t don’t follow through and regulate effectively. The China gov’t allowed the rich chinese people to have as many kids as they want as long as they can pay the fine, and drag 8 months pregnant poor china women to force abortion because they didn’t have the money to pay. Now does that make sense? If China is serious about population control and be more earth friendly, they should focus on prevention. Use birth control methods like free oral contraceptives or devices. Use sterilization if necessary. Avoid force abortion.

          • sendtodave

            “One child policy is a good concept. It is necessary to protect our planet earth.”

            Many in the West, especially America, frame the one child policy as genocide. Large-scale murder of children.

            Usually Christians.

            Either way, China is often bashed for it.

          • One child policy does an excellent job of protecting China. I’d imagine that without it, families would just pump out children to take advantage of the labor demand in manufacturing. Which is why I imagine other countries would criticize it so harshly. A larger supply in labor would in turn decrease manufacturing costs for other countries. In the end though, China will be left with the problems of overpopulation.

          • Rick in China

            Economically, “pumping out children to take advantage of the labor demand” is not a solution for anyone. It may provide more bodies, but the results are a huge population seeking work – and the competitive demand for jobs would drive down wages, essentially creating more poverty rather than generating more value/wages. There’s a reason Mao’s policy of push out more babies was a disaster for China – and the huge elderly population that’s going to be propped up on the backs of the young is the final “fuck you all” lesson from the great red ruler.

          • Unless they come up with an euthanasia incentive program… .. … .. . .. . . . . .. . . .

          • MonkeyMouth

            San Lu milk tried it

          • MrT

            yea it makes good sense, they got the money to support the child which will contribute to the system when its older.
            Why should penny less family have kids they cant support, so the kids can suffer then people like you moan about it later?
            You only got to look at the council estate scum breeding in the UK to see the problem with that.

            You do know China is looking at a population shortage in the future?
            Really you seem to have some political handbook you dictate from every time, none on this is coming out of your real experience of life here. get off your fat arse and visit the motherland, see where you come from.

        • linette lee

          Hong kong is so crowded already with so many foreigners. No more space. The native HK are being driven out of their own land. Many of them have to give up HK and move away in order to live a better less stressful life. It’s so hard to raise kids in HK because native HK kids are competing for HK gov’t resource with the foreigners like public school, hospital, jobs, etc.

          There are so many filipinos in Hk already. So many thai. Everybody crying about not getting HK id. What about the native hongkese. Where are they going to live?

          • I feel bad for them though. They basically get exploited as maids in Hong Kong. Citizens who use maids treat them as second-class citizens and verbal abuse is frequent. If they lose their contract, they’ll get sent back home. This puts maids at the mercy of their owners. Citizenship will balance out the situation, but could wreck the economy :/

          • linette lee

            I am sure there are many mean stupid cantonese people in HK. Just like there are mean stupid boss mistreating their employees in other countries. These migrate workers understand they are staying in HK with a work contract and will need to return when the contract expired. There are work force department these migrate workers can seek help and file complaints if they are being abused by their boss. . Of course many didn’t want to report it because of afraid of losing their jobs and not able to come back again. Also there are department the boss can file complaints against the domestic helpers. Not all are bad. Many boss and employee relatonship are good.

          • Alain

            I was watching a video about a homeless british guy in HK, but luckily he has a local friend who lets him sleep in his companys office and use the companys bathroom. He does his laundry outside somewhere. I did see a homeless white guy outside the 7/11 on nathan road from time to time, I just wonder what happens to those white guys who have no working visa, or overstay? I know there are social workers, and some retraining?

          • linette lee

            HK do have social workers to help the homeless. There are places they can go. Hope all the homeless get the help that they need. :(

          • Beelzebub

            Thanks linette. I do know this from personal experience, I’d explain more but just not here on these boards. Glad you have compassion:)

          • Alain
          • MrT

            Same in the UK, we got hit very hard by foreigners including Kong Bongers, completely destroyed the infrastructure.
            Welcome to bad governments and the real world.
            At least the Chinese government makes it very difficult to stay in China and HK.
            I fled to Mainland China to get away from all that.
            Nice here, you should try it some day.

          • Pickle

            I like how you are speaking up for them. But “hongkese” sounds funny if you say it out loud. Like Honkeys.

            Btw, I gave you that “up” for the comment. Also going by the pics of you, you are very pretty. Especially that one of you in the sexy dress.

          • linette lee

            hahahah….You are too cute. ;)

          • Pickle

            Well I’m being serious. I’d email you if I could.
            I like it that you put up that pic of you again. Please put up that one of you in the dress again. It’s very hot!

          • Beelzebub

            Linette, you are forest fire, you got a fan club you are such a burning hottie you!:)

          • meo fio


        • linette lee

          Hong kong already took in so many foreigners such as vietnamese fleeing from their new communist gov’t back in 1980. Like close to 80,000 and many of them stayed and allowed to work in HK.
          The United Nations still owed Hong Kong HK$1.61 billion for its handling of Vietnamese boat people.[23] The loan is still outstanding.

          • MrT

            because the Americans were dropping agent orange on them.
            HK was under British rule then and also got a lot of Vietnamese to the UK, many with mental illness problems because of all the big bombs dropped on them.
            You can thank the US for that boat load of trouble.

          • linette lee

            usa army did many evil things during the wars. Like atomic bombs and agent orange. They committed genocide using chemical and nuclear weapons.

            youtube video:

            The Boy They Call Fish – My Shocking Story

            They believe these children born with disabilities where due to their parents exposure to agent orange dumped by usa.



  • LuoyangLaowai

    LOVE the Lime Green Suit. Where can I get one. NOT!!

  • Pickle

    If poor uneducated people don’t have kids whose backs will the rich have to stand on? Who will work for them to keep them rich? Where will the occasional pretty poor girl who can be used as a mistress since she has no better options come from if the others are educated and don’t need to be someone’s concubine to get ahead?

  • vincent

    Actually sounds like a great idea, now ask Chen Guangbiao to subsidize the education of all rural and impoverished areas, problem solved.

  • I’m from India and I totally agree with him, you have no freaking clue how many babies we make every year and left them to feed off and die just like that….People in both India and China are it seems programed to make babies without even thinking about their future.

    Who in the right mind would wanna have babies and want them to go through torture in this world and economy.

    I would say, You are not rich, please do not make your baby suffer for rest of your life…love and care is all good, but its the freaking child who has to suffer through all his life

    • freee

      There are viruses designed to target specific ethnicities.

      What’s keeping it back – for now – is likely mainly the good economical situation. Call it charity.

      The birth surplus that turns out well will be taken advantage of. The rest may be discarded when and as required

    • Misiooo

      Glad to see that I’m not the only one who perceives it as a problem. But it is not just India or Chinaland. It’s just more visible there…

      • MonkeyMouth

        ya…. just too many humans in general

    • Xiu

      Weren’t Indians (and Chinese) on the allied side against this matter long ago? Your great grandparents would be turning in their graves

  • markus peg

    Its advice only and should not be forced on people.

  • Bugs Bunny

    it’s not right…totally bullshit.
    but really should not let poor village people have so many kids also minorities.
    some fucking idiots keep on making kids till carry a son, so fucking insane.
    kid is a very not worthy invest.and do not expect your kid to exchange your life or reward you a happy ending, but chinese parents are so dumb and selfish.

    • cc

      Eatcock, lets make babies, let me stir you’re treacle bucket.

      • Bugs Bunny

        you go die early now!

        • cc

          I love it when you talk nasty, let me bust you’re back doors in.

  • Perry Mason

    Oh wow, eugenics again. He should just stick to making money and giving it away.

    • MonkeyMouth

      give it to the poor so he can shut the fuck up with his idiot theory

  • Speedy_Cheese

    I can understand where he is coming from, but he has it all wrong. It has nothing to do with education or intelligence, although that helps financially. There is a global epidemic of terrible parenting. What is needed is not educated parents, but committed, loving parents who are willing to rise to the challenge of parenthood. You do not need to be educated to be a good parent. A good parent knows when to give discipline, devotion, love, accessibility. So many kids are growing up in broken homes or in front of the TV while their parents work.

    My mother and father were always there for myself and my sisters growing up. They both worked, but one was almost always home with us. They limited our access to things like TV and video games. They disciplined us. They brought us on family trips and took us outdoors to learn the value of nature. They were there for advice, reprimands, laughter, tears. Parents need to be with their kids, devoted to them. It is so hard with the world economy in such a mess, with both parents expected to be out in the work force. I do not know how my parents did it, and I was furious to be so monitored and fussed over when my friends had such indifferent parents. I look back now and see the value in being raised, not just provided for.

    I honestly do not feel that this is a strictly Chinese issue: it is a world wide issue.
    I have taught children that make me cringe when I think of the future being held by them. Parents who spoil their kids, administering no discipline and permitting them to behave terribly. Parents who have no investment in their child and are indifferent to their behaviour. Parents who are negligent or abusive. Parents who have children merely to get fatter cheques from the government. I have seen all of this in my own country, and although the politics and lifestyles are different, the issue of parenting remains the same across the globe. Too many people who are having children should not, and not enough people who should be procreating are doing so.

    The world is literally becoming Idiocracy: the fools breed rapidly and spawn many children they do not wish to care for, sending them bitter and neglected into society. Meanwhile “educated” or rather responsible people who can properly afford to care for a child are busy honing their careers, planning. They are either having one to two children or none at all.

    • Misiooo

      Cannot agree more.

  • MrT

    Least of Chinese worries now, North Korea as just launched at Japan.

  • DD

    I agree 100% with him. Especially in China. More than this though I think people here should have to take an IQ test and get a score of at least 120 points in order to have children.

    • MrT

      60 IQ test for American people as they become the worlds new cheap labor and serve China.

    • Bugs Bunny

      120 points?
      i guess even you can not get it! idiot!
      low iq couple can make normal or smart kids too.
      we have a relative, this couple both have some mental problems,quite dumb, but their girl was the top student in high school.

  • Zerodivide

    Chinese netizen: China cannot be judged by political system alone, you also need to look at population and the size the territory.

    I think regardless of education, the Chinese poverty is a consequence of Buddhist philosophy. They have rejected the wisdom of God for the responsible and balanced procreation of your species.

    Higher education vs Financial literacy,_Poor_Dad

    If you don’t have to go to work, you have a lot of time to become rich. Most financial writers may be well educated but not necessarily financially successful. The concept ‘Live below your means’ keeps many people financially poor, emotionally empty, and spiritually neutral. They spend so much time in school learning about the problems of the world, but have not acquired any valuable lessons about money, simply because it is never taught in school.

  • Zerodivide

    Chinese education is nothing more than brainwashing. To control you, a deliberate effort by the government to dumb down the masses.

  • nqk123

    it’s obvious he shouldn’t have children

  • BiggJ

    A common sense test would be better. You can be the smartest guy in town but lack common sense. Like not looking both ways before you cross the road. Drinking chinese tap water….just basic things.

    • MrT

      whats wrong with the tap water?

      • MonkeyMouth

        ask the second head growing out of your back

        • MrT

          ah! that’s why I’m always arguing with my self!
          Thought i was going nuts.

    • Rick in China

      Lots of tap water in China is actually better for you than lots of bottled water. There are stricter regulations on tap water processing plants than bottled water manufacturers, and while it may seem “common sense” that bottled is better than tap, it’s absolutely the opposite in many cases.

      • Alain

        Interesting post. Someone commented the tap water treatment plants are pretty scary a while back. Just genuinely curious, have you seen any of the places where the tap water comes from? I can believe the bottled water can be worse, at least, sometimes.

      • MonkeyMouth

        then lets see the regulators take a big gulp or 20 on live TV

  • Disluminator

    by St. John Bartholomew

    Beijing -The Chinese elite is a merger between the Communist leadership, Hong Kong tycoons, and the criminal Triads. All three factions derive derive their power from Illuminati collaboration.

    Illuminati is a collective term for the Western /European secret societies and criminal groups.

    China has appeared autonomous because the Illuminati developed the country internally, funding ‘revolutionary’ political parties spouting nationalist slogans. The reasoning was that the Chinese people would revolt against overt foreign domination, but embrace their place in the New World Order if they believed they were in control.

    The stage was set in 1898 when Britain and China signed a contract stipulating that Hong Kong would be handed back to the Chinese in 1997. This meant that the fierce Communism of the mainland and laissez faire capitalism of Hong Kong were always destined to merge.

    The process of unification gave rise to the current China power elite. What follows is background of the three main factions in China.


    Because Communism is an Illuminati creation, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) are by definition, Illuminati agents.

    Mao was a Soviet agent. (Mao-The Untold Story, Chang & Halliday, p.49.) He was a product of the Yale in China (Yale University in China) i.e. Nazi-Zionist, OSS, Skull & Bones program. George W Bush is also a member of Skull & Bones

    The CCP implemented policies that set the foundations for an Illuminati super state. They unified the country, attacked traditional Chinese culture, instigated industrialization programs and created a common language.

    However, after 30 years of Maoism his regime was hopelessly ill equipped to run a market economy. They turned to the wealthiest Chinese tycoons in Hong Kong for guidance.


    The most powerful HK tycoon is Li Ka-Shing, the richest Asian in the world and an Illuminati insider.

    Other prominent tycoons are ‘HK’s godfather of real estate’ Henry Fok, ‘The king of gambling’ Stanley Ho and the man who would be chosen by Beijing to head Hong Kong after the departure of the British, Tung Chee-Wa.

    It is important to realize that these men rose to power and prestige in a British colony, i.e. they were vetted by the City of London to be colonial leaders. This is illustrated by the rise of Li Ka Shing.

    In the early eighties, the tycoons and the communists had a series of meetings in Beijing. They struck a deal whereby the tycoons advised and educated the Chinese authorities about markets and in return Beijing gave them privileged access to their vast economic basin. In 1984 the two groups founded CITIC, the organization that managed China’s transition to market economy.


    The Triads is a collective term for the secret societies and criminal groups that originated in 18th century China with the aim to bring down the Qing dynasty.

    For over a century the Illuminati waged secret war against the Qing dynasty. The Triads were their vehicle for subversion and revolution.

    For instance, during the opium wars, the Triads helped bring the drug into China. The revolutionary Nationalist Government that toppled the Qing dynasty in 1912 was a coalition of triad groups. Sun Yat-sen, the man who led the nationalist coalition that toppled the Qing in 1912, was a Triad member and was trained and armed in British Hong Kong. Chiang Kai-shek was also a Triad member.

    Today the Triads are best known as the world’s largest criminal entity, involved in drug trafficking, prostitution, money laundering etc. They exist in any country with a large Chinese population, notably in Canada, Britain, USA and Australia.

    In the early 80s, the Chinese government convened a secret meeting between the ‘Dragon Heads’ of the major Triad groups operational in Hong Kong. The communists informed the dragons that if they agreed not to interfere with the takeover transition, they would be allowed to continue their criminal activities without interference.


    The mainstream media portrays China as hostile to Western power. However, by studying the triumvirate Chinese elite and their intimate ties to the Western Illuminati, it is clear that modern China is an Illuminati creation.

    The Chinese elite must never stray from the NWO agenda, for it follows that if the Illuminati made them, they can break them too.

    See more at:

    • Germandude

      Let me guess, the rest of your wisdom is based on the X-files?

      Henry Makow, I mean, seriously…

      • Disluminator

        I’m a casual fan of X-Files. But as stupid as I am sometimes, at least I’m not one of those lazy, fat, brainless Americans. I’m Europe.

        You watch cnn? tell me how much you know about politics and the economy…

        • Disluminator

          Ooops, I meant to say I’m from Europe.

          • Disluminator

            Wall Street funded Communists

            Western textbooks on Soviet economic development omit any description of
            the economic and financial aid given to the 1917 Revolution and
            subsequent economic development by Western Firms and banks. “In the
            Bolshevik Revolution we have some of the world’s richest and most
            powerful men financing a movement which claims its very existence is
            based on the concept of stripping of their wealth.” People like the Rothchilds, Rockefelers, Morgans. Jacob Schiff, the head of Kuhn, Loeb and Co., heavily bankrolled the
            [Communist] revolution. This was reported by White Russian General
            Arsine de Goulevitch in his book Czarism and the Revolution.

            Are You Left or Right Wing? … It is a farce, of people who are bought and paid for by corporations, and does not at all represent the interests of the people. China, North Korea, Cuba, Iran are all a sham.


          • MonkeyMouth

            glad you clarified that

    • mr.wiener

      Thank Dog. I thought it was the lizard human hybrids.

      • MonkeyMouth

        them too

  • How else will one learn about sex ed except from compulsory education?

    Chinese master race, thy name is money.

  • Foreign Devil

    wow this one got the comments riled up on Netease. Anyways the guy is very shortsighted. After all it is the un-educated peasants with their near slave labor that built this dudes empire. It’s funny when the rich choose to forget the fact that their extreme wealth must come from the backs of the extreme poor. The richest people in history got their from using slaves. not much has changed.

    • Rick in China

      That is sort of how an economy *has* to work. Since rich is relative to poor, the rich can’t increase value taking from other rich (or they’d become poor), hence the rich are rich because of the poor…I don’t get what the problem here is, it’s not a moral right or wrong – it’s simply how any non-communist/socialist economy works by nature.

      This has nothing to do with having too many children which you can’t support or provide good education/lifestyle for. Do you think it’s a good thing when poor have babies they can’t afford to raise? Who ends up carrying the burden, obviously not the other poor people — the ones with means via social programs, no? If you look at extreme poverty situations, like say Africa, where parents can have babies freely, they end up drilling their society into such poverty that a large percent of their children die before they hit their first birthday – so they may have 10 or 12 kids, but only 2 or 3 make it to adulthood. Is this freedom a moral good for anyone?

      • KamJos

        The children die because of disease and poor healthcare. In agrarian societies you have children to help out with work and to take care of you in old age. The have many children precisely because the infant mortality rate is so high. They’re not having a lot of children because they’re dumb and they’re not causing poverty by having many children.

        • Xiu

          Rick is right about how the wealth is divided, and you are right about birth rate. Rick says the rich pay for social welfare, but fails to see the fallacy in his own argument (the poor pay the rich, therefore – though the rich pay, it comes from the pockets of the poor before that anyway) Question is; What gives anyone the right to say who is born or who dies? Go back and read your Tolkien, or your bible — whichever you fancy.

      • Foreign Devil

        On your first point. . I think it is a question of extremes. Yes it is necessary in a capitalist society to have a range of wealth. . and more wealth as a reward for those who really want it and strive towards it. As we all know the ideal of equal wealth among all (communism) is a failed ideal. HOWEVER. . the extreme disparity of wealth we are seeing within nations (not just China) and the way out of balance distribution of wealth. . so that in many countries 3% or less own 60% of the wealth. .. That is a big problem and it is not acceptable.

        On your 2nd point. The greatest natural contraceptive that is not forced is education and career opportunity for women. When women are empowered most of them will choose to have fewer children or no children. Terribly overpopulated countries like China perhaps still need mandatory limits or major discouragement from having too many children . . but if you are going to limit just the uneducated (poor and no opportunity) than you better ensure they have every opportunity to get higher education. That means the parents do not need to pull their children out of school do provide money for the family to survive. And the girls do not need to work so their brothers can go to school as we so often see in China.

  • xagit8orx

    Selective breeding is not necessarily a bad idea.

    Just as when you intend to develop a superior strain of a plant, or an animal,
    one would select favorable genetics and enhance these traits over many generations to achieve a steady superior end-result.

    Takes numerous generations, and mostly for a predictable outcome.
    For this purpose, for example selectively breeding intellectually oriented individuals, this could surely be implemented very successfully in humans just aswell as in plants or animals.

    Similarly, the probability of an outcome considered successful will be far less in the offspring of someone who does not meet the desired standard.

    The current situation is more like charity, for the public, and much in favor of many undesirable traits.

    Sooner or later, for the sustainability and progress of the human species, designing humans with for example selective breeding to reach our max potentials, will be unavoidable.
    As we can’t predict the future we should not risk waiting, and rather start asap.

    • Disluminator

      Selective breeding of dumb and submissive people is not necessarily a bad idea.

      • jeffli

        Yeah! legalized pizza ….yeah! cheese filled crust an’ all!
        now we gotta get hot dogs legalized!

      • Disluminator
    • mr.wiener

      Who decides what are “superior” genetics, market forces? How do you explain someone who has an inherited defect , but [maybe because of this] exceeds everyone’s expectations eg: Steven Hawkings?

      There is an apocryphal story told that Marilyn Munroe met Albert Einstein once and gushed ” We should have children, imagine if they had my looks and your brains” Deadpan Einstein said” Ah my dear but what if they had your brains and my looks”

      Probably untrue as I said and it doesn’t do Norma Jean justice as she was a “dum blonde” with an IQ of 130, but it illustrates my point.

      • jeffli

        Darwinism ..anyone?

        • MonkeyMouth

          humanity proves darwin was wrong

      • YourSupremeCommander

        “Who decides what are “superior” genetics,” – HITLER

      • Blue

        Two Wongs don’t make a right. 😉

      • Hongwu Emperor

        Great post wiener! and as you said, Stephen Hawking is the perfect example of sopmeone with a terrible physical defect/deficiency but extreme intelligence. Average ”normal” people would never understand some of his stuff…

      • The hungus

        “There is an apocryphal story told that Marilyn Munroe met Albert
        Einstein once and gushed ” We should have children, imagine if they had
        my looks and your brains” Deadpan Einstein said” Ah my dear but what if
        they had your brains and my looks””

        It was George Bernard Shaw and some English theatre actress. Einstien wa no where near that witty.

        • mr.wiener

          Thanks for the follow up sir.

    • Chang Liu

      Natural selection require randomness and chance to work. The point of it is in an ever changing environment the fitness function is never truly optimal. Many if not most geniuses of both scientific and artistic persuasion would have been considered undesirables by the standard of Eugenics perfectly illustrates my point.

    • slob

      I’ve seen a doco on National Geographic about them doing that and breeding super cows. They’re massive and look like large cows on steroids. Picture Schwarzenegger in a cow. This wouldn’t work here though as the rich and ‘elite’ have proven themselves not to be the most intelligent of the country but the most swindling, corrupt, sneaky the country has to offer. Though that might be considered ‘intelligence’ I guess, so what kind of lineage is going to be bred from that? They should just let the farmers breed with the Northern girls and create a country full of strong, hardworking, tall, diligent people.

    • Xiu

      He’s talking about education, not intelligence. And the best education has always been the preserve of the rich. Sorry to bring up the old Nazi card, but this shit has already been proposed and shot down. Eugenics anyone? If this was properly sincere then it would be a true IQ test with equality across the board, and not a test of who can afford the best schooling. Education and intelligence are not the same. Try to pull this shit in the USA and see how many black people and Hispanics get to be neutered… yeah… good luck with that you tool!

    • Germandude

      xagit8orx “Sooner or later, for the sustainability and progress of the human species, designing humans with for example selective breeding to reach our max potentials, will be unavoidable.As we can’t predict the future we should not risk waiting, and rather start asap.”

      Wow. Not just one retard writing such a rubbish, but ’til now, 47 people agreeing with this. That makes a total of 48 idiots supporting their own extinction.

      And suddenly, I am not surprised why in democracies, the idiots are on top.

    • Wayne

      Selective breeding is a reality in China in the sense that if you can afford to pay the fine, you can have a second child. Therefore, successful and well-off people will have more kids than unsuccessful poor people.

      • UncleTomRukusInWhiteHeaven

        but there are far more “unsuccessful people” in China and in many provinces poor people in rural areas have multiple kids, and the 100 million minority can have all the children they want, so in reality this is not a eugenic breeding policy. As in most nations in modern times, the poor still have more children than the rich. I live in Sichuan, and a lot of people, even Han have brothers and sisters here, and these people are not rich, it is just the government is not enforcing the one-child policy.

        • Hongwu Emperor

          Successfull people are not some arrogant businessman.

          It’s the farmer who can grow cabbages like no one on his village, and it is praised by fellow villagers, teaching them better planting/harvesting ways. this is success.

          It’s the low government official [on the Dynasty era of course] who manages to pass the imperial examination up until the highest rank, attained by few.

  • Alex

    I think at LEAST they should have a little test for people to have children.

    Because we´re not speaking of buying a phone, or a tv. We’re speaking of a whole life that will have to live till after his/her 70s or even 80s

  • La Mano Gaucha

    Well, in my experience, some of the hardest working and most striving young mainlanders I’ve known have come from backgrounds where the parents have very little education, rather than the supposedly well-educated nouveau-riche. This “philanthropist” is little more than a eugenicist pig in disguise. Fuck him.

  • mattsm84

    I sincerely hope that he made that statement while surrounded by stacks of 100 Yuan bills.

  • AlexTJ

    Every one thinking, even remotely, that this guy could be right should go back to school to study history.

    I really can’t understand how some people can even consider the idea…

    • Xiu

      Wholeheartedly agree with you. Seems that the ones who argue for this are the ones who should be denied kids (by their own terms)… lucky for them some of us have some sense, and wouldn’t do that to them.

  • Mr Nightcat

    I suppose the majority of people commenting here that the guy is right have never met a Chinese person who never went through high school. You know, the people who can’t AFFORD it. You need to open your eyes if you think most without high school education in China chose to bunk out, especially in rural areas.

    Most people of such description that I have met have been level-headed, smart and damn well know what to do with their lives. Why? Because they’re the ones who have slaved away in factories since they were 12, suffered through poverty and from such experience learn how to teach their children the necessary life skills to live in a harsh environment. This certainly may not apply to all of them, but you know someone knows little about real life when they start saying the poorer or disadvantaged should have less right to breed than others.

    The Chinese high school curriculum is hardly the be-all-end-all of basic education. I expect most people here agreeing with this moronic idea would just as easily criticise the education system for its monotony and focus on exams were this a different topic.

  • Chang Liu

    RMB Janga…

  • yep

    Dude is smart. He knows.

    It’s only the uneducated people in the rural areas that always have lots of kids despite their own circumstances (no money, lack of facilities,etc.). Those college educated people are usually satisfied with just one or two kids.

    • Xiu

      Not ‘despite’ man…. ‘because of’. There’s a correlation. Go do some research.

      • Yep

        What research, man. My maternal and paternal grandparents both have 6 children each. I know why.

        Right now it’s not the freaking 1960s, people don’t need to have lots of children.

        Why don’t you “Go do some research”.

  • Instead of marketing fresh air in CAN its always better to prevent the air pollution first. Its like saying “get sick and go to hospital”.

    Every soul even the animals to breed offspring.

    • 5,000 years of uncivilization

      I don’t think the word “prevention” exists in the Chinese language. Look at the way they smoke and drive.

      • MonkeyMouth

        dont demonize smoking. you will sound like a PC retard if you do. and a hypocrite

        • Beelzebub

          I expect you think smoking doesnt cause lung cancer?

          • MonkeyMouth

            in fact, yes. scientific reseachers never make causal statements. no matter what. period. finito. if people want to smoke, let them. it aint illegal. its common in every country, and its highly PC to bash them and make them pay higher taxes. now the new demon is guns, and they are going to try to take them out of our hands too

          • Beelzebub

            It aint illegal, but perhaps should be, I lost a close friend and grandmother to it, thats why my reasons are very passionate. Look, I don’t care if some idiot individual decides to fumigate his lungs and die before he is 50, I just don’t want to breathe his second hand fumes, esp when there is a no smoking sign. Nothing personal against you though, just like I wouldnt drink a beer where there is a fine or warning sign for drinking in public, I wish smokers would show the same respect.

          • MonkeyMouth

            drinking in public makes beer taste better, haha. we’ve all lost relatives to da big c, sure… but like i said, science never says something ’causes’ something else. if smoking did cause cancer, everyone would die from it. so scientists dont actually say it in those terms. the media does. and the lobbyists. and ya, second hand smoke makes clothing stink. annoying

          • 5,000 years of uncivilization

            You’re starting to get the picture. There have been numerous studies to show that smoke is harmful to the lungs of people who breathe it and are more likely to get cancer the more they are subjected to it.

        • 5,000 years of uncivilization

          I don’t want to demonize anything but if you look around, the smokers in China are often thoughtless and dirty. I witness them smoking just about anywhere they please without regard for others. They throw empty cigarettes packs and butts all over the place. And more often than not, they don’t crush them out which can cause serious damage. For example, hotel, forest fires, firework and gas station explosions. I know not all smokers can be educated. In fact, most of them seem to be just the opposite.

          • Beelzebub

            Well said, thoughtless is exactly right, smoking in lifts is bloody annoying. I’ve even seen smoking and mobile phone use (at the same time!) despite some overworked sinopec girl yelling at the buffoon in question to stop….signs eh, things should be drawn in crayon at times it seems, even then, not enough:(

      • Beelzebub

        10 4 my mate.

    • MonkeyMouth

      ya, how polluting is the factory that makes the fucking cans?!?!?!?

      • Beelzebub

        How polluting is the factory that makes Air con units, it goes on and on and on….

        • MonkeyMouth

          just pointing out the glaring hypocricy

          • MonkeyMouth


  • Obama’s mom was a prostitute?

  • Is this scum an ex-pat from America or Nazi Germany? Die from medical complications since your “pa” didn’t wear a condom.

  • some dude

    1 word: eugenics

  • Maybe you have to put down a deposit, for which you can get financing, or which is tied to your wealth / income. In return, you get a permit to breed. When your child comes of age, the deposit is refunded in installments over a period of several years. These installments can help your child pursue higher education and other life aspirations, or for your own retirement.

    If, however, your child becomes a burden to the state, your deposit refunds are put towards defraying the costs the state incurs due to your child.

  • Perry Hutter

    I think it’s perfectly reasonable in a country already having implemented a one child policy to expand and elaborate on this. I’ve seen enough dirty kids with no attention from parents clearly unable to care for them in more than the most basic rice-and-a-bit-of-veggies kind of way. Why SHOULDN’T you be allowed to have two or even three kids if you have a good education, a good job and a good income? Most people in this upper middle class segment end up having 1.8 children on average as in the West anyway and nowhere near the 2.4+ that is considered needed for excessive population growth. If you can provide a good, solid and caring existence for your offspring, then I can’t see why you should be legally denied so.

    • Chris McKenna

      Hmm because the world is massively overpopulated? People having less kids is a good thing. Not sure about making laws to stop them though. How about a reward system for people that have no kids instead or rewarding those that do?

      • La Mano Gaucha

        The world is not “massively overpopulated”. In fact, it’s not even “overpopulated”. The issue is not one of overpopulation; it is an issue of mismanaged/misallocated resources. Do yourself and the world a favor: don’t buy into the eugenicist bullshit and instead concentrate on how to properly allocate resources while maintaining a happy, educated and prosperous society. That is a true revolution and it must be the goal of humanity. If we ever get it right, then the sky is the limit.

        • Rick in China

          Semantics. Some countries in the world *are* most *definitely* massively overpopulated in relation to the systems and resources in place/available to sustain them. If you really think a country like China isn’t overpopulated, you’ve either never been here or don’t have any realistic perspective in your conclusion.

          Secondly, it’s not just “an issue of mismanaged/misallocated resources.”, and the oversimplification makes your argument hollow. Your statement reads more as a clueless hippy “lets all hold hands” than offering contending ideas to solve real problems like poverty.

          • La Mano Gaucha

            The solution is not eugenics or to “hold hands”, you piece of shit. The solution is to have a real vision, courage and respect for human beings, and therefore change things politically, socially, economically, intellectually, etc. This is a very complex process and it would take generations, even if everyone focuses on it. Knee-jerk reactions, such as you appear to propose, and false assumptions based upon false and/or distorted information, such as you clearly adhere to, should be made obsolete. Your statement reads more like a clueless “liberal” (i.e. authoritarian pig) “let’s get rid of those inferior people” than offering contending ideas to solve real problems like poverty. Have you considered a more even geographical distribution of peoples? Have you considered that resources do not need to be exclusively “home-grown”? Have you considered that human beings can change for the better without diminishing their humanity in the process? Have you considered that most places thought of as overpopulated merely feel as such because people are concentrated in only certain areas in spite of vastly underused (or outright unused) land mass? And a thousand other things… Of course not. You’re one of those Holdren-loving fools. And the best part is that you don’t even know it. Pathetic. NO STATE should have the right to determine who can or cannot have a child. NO ONE.

          • bang2tang

            do alcoholic and abusive parent still allowed to have a kid?

        • Chris McKenna

          Sorry, while I agree with your aspirational sentiment, I think it’s not very pragmatic. The world is overpopulated and the effects on our environment can be seen. If you want a happy, educated and prosperous society. how do you plan to do that as the planet become more and more inhospitable due to desertification, rising sea levels and extreme weather? I accept your point that part of this is to do will allocation of resources, but the reason the resources are limited is that there are too many people. At the end of the day, are you going to give up flying and driving cars? Are you going to stop eating meat? Are you going to give up your phone and computer? The choice at the moment is simple, either people start living more ascetic lives (which for most is not very likely) or we start trying to reduce the the number of people in the world.

          • Xiu

            If you feel that strongly go get a vasectomy. If people who thought like you acted like you thought – problem solved.

          • Chris McKenna

            I’m not planning to have children. For everyone person who thinks likes me there hundreds who feel the need…

  • David

    I support this measure. Think about it, if all in China are educated to at least grade 9 then no one will be stupid enough to buy his can of air. He is calling for an end to his own way of life. Getting money from the uneducated.

  • IQ TEst

    This is not selective breeding to improve intelligence. There are plenty of people who can’t afford to go to higher education and have to get a job to support their parents/family. There are plenty of dumb rich kids who get into prestigous colleges thanks to parental donations. A BETTER solution would be based on an extensive IQ test.

  • Xiu

    Some of you guys are seriously mentally and morally unstable! Selective breeding based on who is the biggest arsehole in the pile?…. come one! Selective breeding of arseholes will only produce even bigger arseholes… have you not seen the reports of people like ‘my father is Li Gang’? Anyone who agrees with this anal pile, come call me out. I’m in Suzhou, and I’ll take you on in any physical or mental challenge you can imagine – be it MMA or chess! Step up to the plate if you think this shit is right, prove that you don’t deserve to reproduce.

  • K

    Cruelty aside, It makes sense. Think about the number of teen pregnancies in the US – many of them are poor

  • Laowai

    This guy is full of hot air lol!

  • Marilyn Manson said before, people with low IQ shouldn’t breed. Lol, but no one critized him. Anyways, these people is obvious rich to think like that.

    • Xiu

      Marilyn Manson also claimed he wasn’t a sellout… until he was on TV advertising Porche and butter, and god knows what….

  • Xiu

    I was royally pissed the last time I commented, but honest nonetheless… Do any of you, seriously, agree with this douche? Did the entire holocaust thing just pass you by? Are you just trolls? Surely even trolls have more sense than this! I want to know who agrees with this fucking dick taint and why, and what reasons you have for doing so. Prove to me you are not just a stack of steaming smega and give me something… anything that isn’t racist or classist. I’ll stand by my original shout out, and also add that, anyone who disagrees with this mentally retarded fuck will stand against anyone who agrees! We beat your ass in WWII, and we’ll do it again!

  • tebz

    the man has a point though. it’s unfair on children to bring them into the world only to have them suffer as a consequence of your lack of education. those who have been educated are more likely to get good jobs that pay sufficiently to support their children fully and provide them with all that they need. a poor person could struggle to provide and the child has to suffer without cause.