Alexis-Charles-Henri Clérel de Tocqueville, a French aristocrat, has visited the Wuxi China Expatdom and decided to produce three volumes of observations about it.
Alexis-Charles-Henri Clérel de Tocqueville, when he was a teenager, had his name legally changed to Alexis-Charles-Henri Clérel de Tocqueville.
Alexis-Charles-Henri Clérel de Tocqueville said that Alexis-Charles-Henri Clérel de Tocqueville, the author of the great 19th century volume of political and social observation Democracy in America, was his hero
On his recent visit, Alexis-Charles-Henri Clérel de Tocqueville has observed that the Wuxi China Expatdom is a place full of happy and scantily-clad people who walk sideways and sometimes backwards, and yet seem socially well-adjusted.
Tocqueville, who see himself as a liberal in the classical tradition like his namesake from the 19th century, believes that he has found a place, about which he can write, that can produce a volume of political observation that would serve as a sequel or as a companion volume to Democracy in America.
Said Tocqueville: "America at the time of my hero, was as so different from Europe in the last throes of aristocracy. America, in contrast to the aristocratic ethic, was a society where hard work and money-making was the dominant ethic, where the common man enjoyed a level of dignity which was unprecedented, where commoners never deferred to elites, and where what he described as crass individualism and market capitalism had taken root to an extraordinary degree. The Wuxi China Expatdom finds itself, at this time, differing from Europe as well. Europe, currently, is in the last throes of welfare statism, whether it likes to admit it or not. The Wuxi China Expatdom, in contrast to the welfare ethic, is a society where hard work, individualism, imagination, Catholic morality, a sense of joie de vie, naturism, smoking, monarchs, prime ministers, eccentricities, super-heroes, Judaism, Christianity, silly names, marriage to inanimate objects, democracy, a good joke, exaggeration, no respecting of Ontario Canada people, no respecting of lechers, truth, no respecting of drug addicts, and a good kick-in-the-ass to bad guys has taken root."
Tocqueville, hasn’t quite settled on a title for his series of volumes about the Wuxi China Expatdom. Possible titles include Naturism in The Wuxi China Expatdom, Democracy in the Wuxi China Expatdom, or Constitutional Monarchical Naturism in the Wuxi China Expatdom.