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A Symbol of Inequality In China By exegesisme In China, Chilren live on the bottom of the wild political nation under the wild power of CCP, who took the national power of China by violence and instigating hatred. The Children of poor family live even under the bottom. A 13 years old girl who committed suicide recently is just a symbol of this inequality. This unfortunate girl was forced by her own desire to steal a few chocolates from a supermarket unsuccessfully on Dec. 28, 2015. The personnel of the supermarket illegally punished the girl for about two hours until her mother came to the supermarket. Her mother punished the girl again and looked for money to pay the penalty fined by the supermarket. With the two punishments at the end of a 13 years living without any idea of dignity in a wild political culture of a communist gang named as CCP from a theory of a Jew named as Marx, the 13 years old girl ended her life with a jump from the 17th floor of a new modern building between half past 2pm to 3pm, Dec. 28, 2015. She was born on June 10, 2003. Her name is 赵（surname）花（her given name， means flower）. http://www.asianews.it/news-en/Accused-of-stealing-chocolate,-12-year-old-Gansu-student-commits-suicide,-causing-protests-(Video)-36308.html http://www.dushi.ca/tor/news/bencandy.php/fid11/lgngbk/aid179612
The good thing about modern so called "free enterprize" is that if you've got enough money or you are well enough connected with the upper echalons of corporate power, you only fail upwards when you screw up! Exhibit A: Target's package for ex-CEO matches package for all 17,600 Canadian workers Target’s "employee trust" package for its Canadian workers, announced last week, amounts to $70 million ($56 million US). It’s designed to provide each worker with 16 weeks of pay. Target Canada's liquidation will begin in 2-3 weeks Target's launch into Canada 'a multifaceted failure' Depending on who’s doing the calculation, the golden handshake handed to ex-CEO Gregg Steinhafel last May is in roughly in the same ballpark. Fortune Magazine put the value of his total "walk-away" package, including stock options and other benefits, at $61 million US, including severance of $15.9 million. 60 million+ Now that ought to keep the lights on when he moves back home and ponders whatever executive opportunities await him....where he can fail next, and cost thousands their jobs!