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Special Report: The Chinese conspiracy over the .CN domains

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As of January 6th, China Internet Network Information Center (CINIC) requires .CN registrars to suspend new registrations for .CN domain names, unless the registrants maintain a valid presence in mainland China.

Very few domainers are aware of the real motives behind this move.

Originally, some domainers thought it was in order to control the quality of the domains being registered. At a cost of a few cents to the American dollar, those .CN domains soon became the perfect refuge to spammers and scammers worldwide.

More often, crafty Chinese “entrepreneurs” started peddling their .CN domains to owners of the .com, .net or .org equivalents.

But the truth is, that CINIC enforced this measure for a very different reason altogether.

According to a CNN article, China faces a 24,000,000 female bride shortage by the end of the decade. This shocking fact means one thing: China is closing down on its foreign .CN registrations and requires a local presence in China, in order to lure, abduct and inseminate with Chinese seed women from outside China, thus solving its gender imbalance.

In a rare interview, the Chinese minister of sexual education and people’s propaganda, Bing Yun Kum, said:

“It’s special command, we now ensure China empowers via invitation of business woman of reproductive age to China. We want make sure China DNA is included inside woman from Western countries. Very big opportunity to be part of China next generation of business people athletes.”

Meanwhile, reports show that Hollywood celebrities like Madonna and Angelina Jolie will continue adopting Chinese babies, fully unaware of the upcoming invasion of the Chinese seed planters around the world.

It is yet to be decided whether Western business women of fertile age will automatically receive a .CN registration with each insemination; a free lunch however will be included.


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9 Responses to “Special Report: The Chinese conspiracy over the .CN domains”
  1. Kudos to DomainGang for breaking this story. AP has just reported that Chinese Minister of Sexual Education and People’s Propaganda Bing Yun Kum has just launched a $1,000,000,000 contest to see if any non-Chinese woman can detect the secret ingredient in the ancient aphrodisiatic soup Cream of Sum Yung Guy. This concoction is so closely guarded that any attempt to order it from your waitress will get you instantly kicked out of any Manhattan Chinese restaurant.

  2. Lucius "Guns" Fabrice says:

    Now that’s great additional info, David. The .CN Registry decided to go ‘a la carte’ πŸ˜€

  3. BullS says:

    Who says women do not have the upper hand?

    Maybe those men could undergo sex change.

  4. Tia Wood says:

    “Who says women do not have the upper hand?”

    You are wise. πŸ˜€ What’s more dangerous is a woman who is fully aware of this fact. πŸ˜›

  5. Poor Uncle says:

    Good luck trying to get a western woman to get pregnant let alone a business western woman. Western women please please have a lot of babies. Number counts it is that simple. China been invaded so many times, but it don’t matter because they have so many people.

  6. BullS says:

    Chinese woman saves her hubby Murdoch’s ass today, she did her karate moves.

    Don’t mess around with the Dragon Lady

  7. RAYY.co says:

    I love Wendy Deng.
    She stole the whole show in parliament…she can be a good actor…she is beautiful…

  8. RAYY.co says:

    Wendy should own,

    WendyDeng.cn

    China government will love it.

  9. Hal Meyer says:

    Many individuals and companies salivate over China’s markets. And many consider it the low cost sourcing solution. But the Chinese government can take it all away in a heartbeat. Google got greedy and acted in an evil way and look what happened to their business in China. Anybody who does business in China does so at their own peril. If you want to be greedy and take your chances in China, all I can say is GOOD LUCK. It wasn’t the low cost solution for Fellowes Inc. Make sure to Google this phrase: Fellowes +china

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