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http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090222/ap_o...nton_china

I don't think this is a good situation.

I support only small governments close to the people and relatively self sustaining populations. I guess this is the bed they've made, now they will have to sleep in it.
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ONeill Wrote:http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090222/ap_o...nton_china

I don't think this is a good situation.

I support only small governments close to the people and relatively self sustaining populations. I guess this is the bed they've made, now they will have to sleep in it.

The blackened text above is the Distributist way, or at least a good portion of it. Way to go for it! [Image: ani_clapping.gif]
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#3
She said that human rights discussions would be off the table.

Anybody really surprised?  If she supports the ultimate violation of the basic human right (abortion), then why would she push for Chinese acceptance of other human rights?

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#4
Communist China is the experimental laboratory for the global financial, political and military elite. The enslavement of the Chinese is only a prelude to what they are planning. Including "population control" by far less peaceful means and strategies than the current "moderate" Communist Party of China politburo is doing right now.

Hellary not in vain claimed that economic and political ties could not be risked in favour of improvement of human rights in mainland China.

Mainwhile, the former prime minister of the (nationalist, anti-communist) Republic of China (ROC) based on Taiwan (governing Taiwan and some islands around it as a remnant of former Nationalist China) is doing a hunger strike.
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