Daily Mail

Demonised in the West as goons guarding the Olympic torch along its chaotic world tour, these pictures show how China’s paramilitary police learn their unwavering discipline.

Officers of the People Paramilitary Police preparing for the Olympics are drilled on the parade ground with pins in their collars and crosses on their backs to ensure perfect posture.

It is hoped their presence in Beijing in August will ensure no visitor or resident steps out of line with the tough Communist regime.

In fact the biggest security effort the world has seen has been enlisted to patrol the Olympics.

Ouch! Inscrutable Chinese.

  1. eggman9713 says:

    I guess they really are STICKlers for their rules.

  2. Mister Mustard says:

    And then the befouled air is going to kill all the Olympic athletes. Should be a summer to remember.

  3. Said says:

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  4. Jägermeister says:

    Just wait for the graduation test

  5. YESwewllbethenextRULERwantitornot says:

    This is a great example of propaganda. Goebbels would be so proud of you!

  6. JimR says:

    An army of cross dressers.

  7. The Pirate says:

    I see a couple with crooked crosses, will they be shot after the days practice? A good commie is a straight commie.

  8. Chris Mac says:

    and the us response is old blackwater

  9. The Warden says:

    Forgot to mention the chopsticks up their..

  10. OvenMaster says:

    Wait a second.
    Those crosses look suspiciously like Christian crucifixes.

  11. JimR says:

    You’re right Ovenmaster! That’s not the Chinese army… those are Baptists!

    That poor guy in front doesn’t know what he’s in for.

  12. sureguy says:

    See how backwards they are!
    Using pins, instead the hook and rope methode for the “chest prodruding” position. Guess where the hook goes, the rope must be attached to a head belt- or better a gag.
    Communists are backwrds. They sell those hooks every where!


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