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  • RevolutioN
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    america is a very jealous country especially of a growing china and japan

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  • D_Bokk
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    Originally posted by StereoType
    China is moving in the right direction, but not perfect yet. Years of Communism and a centrally planned economy caused this.
    What, you're a gradualist capitalist?

    Hey man, whatever justifies your government's support of these near-fascist government, all China needs is to go to war and they'd be fascist. Funny how you capitalists always support and help fascists, just like when the allies alienated the SU and gave Hitler whatever he asked for.

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  • StereoType
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    Originally posted by D_Bokk
    And it's civilized to trade with dictating oppressors?
    China is moving in the right direction, but not perfect yet. Years of Communism and a centrally planned economy caused this.

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  • D_Bokk
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    And it's civilized to trade with dictating oppressors?

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  • StereoType
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    Originally posted by D_Bokk
    Why not?
    Because it is not a civilized way to hold discussion.

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  • D_Bokk
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    Why not?

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  • StereoType
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    We all know China's government is corrupt. But you can't yell and scream while he is talking.

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  • D_Bokk
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    Harassing? That sounded nothing like harassment, it was a protestor who disapproved of Hu's oppressive government.

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  • Triumph
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    While I don't agree that she should be charged, there is a law against harrassing foreign officials.

    Wen Yi Wang, 47, was charged with harassing a foreign official, a federal misdemeanor punishable by six months in prison and a fine of $5,000.

    The federal law is designed to protect foreign dignitaries and official guests, and prohibits attempts to "intimidate, threaten, coerce or harass a foreign official or an official guest or obstruct a foreign official in the performance of his duties."

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  • RevolutioN
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    the americans are still meddling with taiwan and all they have to do is change the capital name from hong kong to beijing and that will end all the battles in china

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  • D_Bokk
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    Originally posted by StereoType
    What point are you trying to make here?
    The US government is a hypocrit.

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  • Kegz
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    ^^ Law against fucking with American business interests. Punishable by CIA execution.

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  • Tricia
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    What law did she break?

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  • StereoType
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    What point are you trying to make here?

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  • D_Bokk
    started a topic Importing "Freedom" from China

    Importing "Freedom" from China

    Our great economic partner not only is exporting goods to America, but they now are exporting their "freedom"!
    BBC NEWS
    Hu heckler on harassment charge
    A woman has appeared in court in Washington after heckling visiting Chinese President Hu Jintao at the White House.

    Wang Wenyi, 47, was charged with harassing, intimidating and threatening a foreign official.

    Ms Wang, who had a press pass for the event, had shouted at Mr Hu not to oppress the outlawed Chinese spiritual movement, the Falun Gong.

    An embarrassed President George W Bush apologised to Mr Hu for the outburst.

    If convicted, Ms Wang could face six months in jail and a fine of $5,000 (2,800).

    First Amendment

    Ms Wang, a doctor, had about 40 supporters at her hearing on Friday.

    She was released on condition she remained in New York City, did not approach the White House and came only to Washington for legal reasons.

    Her lawyer argued she was entitled to free speech under the First Amendment.

    Prosecutors said the amendment did not allow her to break the law.

    The judge did not rule on the free speech issue.

    Ms Wang had received a press pass for the White House event on behalf of the English-language Epoch Times, which has strongly supported Falun Gong in the past.

    She shouted in Chinese: "Stop oppressing the Falun Gong" and "Your time is running out".

    She also shouted in English: "President Bush, stop him from killing."

    She was ushered away after a few minutes by Secret Service agents.
    Story from BBC NEWS:
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/h...as/4931914.stm

    Published: 2006/04/21 23:13:34 GMT

    BBC MMVI
    Even if she isn't convicted - even the action of arresting her is a complete abandonment of the so-called freedom people in America have.

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