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    Posted July 8, 2009 by
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    Han Chinese wanted to change to Ugihur, why?

     

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    Why many Han Chinese wanted to change their ethcis to Ugihur?

     

    Because Ugihur people have many previlleges provided by central government that Han Chinese does not have. 1. Ugihur people do not have to follow one child policy, while Han Chinese are required to help control the population increase. 2 Ugihur peple can carry knives in public as it is their traidtion and culture, while Han Chinese can not and will be arrested if found by police. 3. Ugihur people is financially helped and encouraged for education. Many university are required to accept Ugihur students even though Han Chinese students have much higher scores. 4. Ugihur people have substand subsidary provided by central government while Han Chinese have nothing but work hard to pay for it. 5. Ugihur people are respected for their religion and culture. In the bad old time, when most of Han Chinese struggle for food and had no meat to eat for the whole year, Ugihur people are provided with meat specially provided by central government just showing the ethics ID.

     

    After so many years special benefits obtained, Ugihur picked up knives and stickes, went to streets and beat any Han Chinese in the streets to death!!! Does it make any sense to American? It just reminds me of the story of the farmer who saved a frozen snake.



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