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Friday, November 18, 2005
Bush Speaks Against Chinese Tyranny -- Beijing Spying on US Finally, the Mainstream Media (MSM) has noticed that 1.) the People's Republic of China (PRC) does not respect the rights of the people, and 2.) the same PRC is spying on the United States.
There are many things that Bush does that makes me think he does not understand certain things -- or doesn't care. Then, he does something like he did during his visit to Japan. "In his Kyoto speech, Bush praised Japan as a model of a free Asian country, a gesture that may rankle in China, where anti-Japanese feeling runs high. Bush also said the mainland should learn from Taiwan, the self-ruled island that China claims as its own. But Liu said China need not take Taiwan as its model." I love it. I absolutely love it. At this point, I don't care whether Bush follows his words with action (I may care later, mind you), I am just thrilled that the man in charge of the U.S. government has officially stated, on the record, that China is not a free country. The world needs to understand that this is the case -- and the more that it is said, the more people will believe it. Unlike a lie, Bush's statements cannot be countered with fact because they are the truth. All we have to do is keep saying it. The truth is persistent, we just have to recognize it. Once we recognize it, we the People can start treating Beijing as what it is -- a gang of tyrants. Then, maybe they will grow up once they realize they can't fool us anymore. And once that happens, we can welcome China as a free and equal industrial partner and competitor.
In other news, the MSM has finally noticed that Beijing is spying on us. Of course, to those of us who have been paying attention, it has long been apparent that the Chinese are spying on us. This case, however, was so blatant that even the MSM, which is studiously oblivious to China's transgressions had to take notice. And now that the cat is out of the bag, maybe we the People will awaken and rise up to put the tyrants of Beijing back in their place. We need to take back our industrial capacity -- or move it to India, or to Latin America.
"Mr. Mak; his wife, Rebecca Laiwah Chiu; and Mr. Mak's brother, Tai Mak, were indicted by a federal grand jury on Tuesday in Los Angeles. Mr. Mak and his wife are naturalized Americans from China, and Tai Mak, an engineer with the Hong Kong-based Phoenix television, is a Chinese national. The trio was charged with failing to register as agents of the Chinese government. If convicted, they could each face up to 10 years in prison. The fact that Mr. Mak, his wife and his brother were not charged with espionage is an indication that the case involves sensitive technology transfers, but so far appears to be less than espionage, which is a more difficult charge to prove in court . . . A Chinese intelligence-gathering ring in Los Angeles provided Beijing's military with details of a new small U.S. unmanned aerial vehicle, along with some of the U.S. military's most advanced high-technology weapons data, according to Bush administration officials close to the case . . . A preliminary review of the compromises indicates that the Chinese have learned extremely valuable details about U.S. weapons systems, from submarines to aircraft carriers, that could give China's military a strategic advantage in a conflict, the officials said."
For your information, Henry Kissinger loves the Chinese government and does a lot of business in China. So does Alan Greenspan. Do not trust these men in what they say about China. _____________________________________________
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