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cheung shun sang


To be or not to be


To be or not to be, …
To be in love with china country, …
To be in love with your china peoples..
To be in love with your commie party (china) , ..
Halt and hesitate just for peoples’ human right and democracies.
What is your GOVERN-Ship?
What is your kingship?
Where is your kingdom?
Limbo ways or brimstone hells that cook your fleshes are me-me-me them.
All is our subterfuges.
What is wangles just for reality?
What are we divine with?
What are gods to shine our life?
China DEMI-GODS as XI JINPING teams the pure as purest one that all belong to china commie come to all.
Yes they come as we will come.
Camber pots or china ditches have garden wastes.
Who is subordinate?
We have only one absolute.
Why and what will buy as we are all so short that so short to sell to them.
Faust had life of tragic life because he sold his soul and life to Satan.
To be or not to be should be consequence also should be duties.
So if all your life is complete fair then to be or not to be is all so go0od.
- - - - - -Cheung Shun Sang=Cauchy3- - - - - - - - - .



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Submitted: Tuesday, April 09, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 09, 2013

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