Oh No! MUNI Takes Money from the Chinese Government for Bus Ads, But Also Promotes Quote from an “Enemy of China”

So here we go, the Mainland Chinese are paying the SFMTA to “wrap” buses with ads, see?

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But at the same time, MUNI’s got these Dalai Lama quotes up, you know,  just for the heck of it, just for Public Relations:

The problem with that is that the Dalai Lama is quote “The Enemy of China” unquote.

And that’s not just some nobody saying that, it comes from Party animal Zhang Qingli, Communist Party Chief of the Tibet Autonomous Region from 2006 to 2011.

C’mon ZQ, tell us what you really think, you know, officially:

“The Dalai Lama is a wolf wrapped in a habit, a monster with human face and animal’s heart.”

Hey, didn’t China invade Tibet, you know, back in the 1950′s? I think so.

Oh China, will you ever win?

Oh MUNI, will you ever win?

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One Response to “Oh No! MUNI Takes Money from the Chinese Government for Bus Ads, But Also Promotes Quote from an “Enemy of China””

  1. TinyTim says:

    I’d just like to know why one has to “stop back 5 feet” to Love? How are one’s lips ever going to be able to meet or a hug be consummated? Or how will you be able to read that fine print on the lower left (what if it stipulates that following through with “Love and compassion” is protected by the copyright owner and any violations will be met with a prison sentence in Urumchi?)