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Let’s give terrorists the Nobel Prize

There is a WSJ article by Mr. Hugo Restall,

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970204908604574334482235596544.html

China’s public enemy: The alleged instigator of the Uighur riots doesn’t talk like a terrorist. Demonizing her may backfire on Beijing.

First of all, this article seems like the one I saw before about the Dalai Lama who was responsible for the Tibet riot with dozens of innocent bystanded murdered by terrorists. Again, there was an article saying that China shouldn’t accuse the Dala Lama being responsible for it would backfire. etc.  I sure didn’t see demonizing Bin Laden backfiring on Washington.

In fact, let’s compare Kadeer with Bin Laden.

You can see the parallels here very well.

1. China accused Kadeer master-minded the terroristic attack that killed almost 200 people and injured thousands.

USA accused Bin Laden master-minded the 911 attack that killed thousands.

2. Kadeer denied accusation and according to this article “she doesn’t talk like a terrorist”. Very convincing! Bravo.

Bin Laden doesn’t talk like a terrorist either.

3. Kadeer is a Muslim extremist who want to carve a chunk of land within China for her dream of Islam country.

Bin Laden wants to kick white man out of Middle east and want to enforce Islamic rules on all the land Muslims lived on

4. Kadeer financed terroristic organizations which are recognized by the UN. These terrorists have murdered hundreds of people in the most brutal and barbaric ways, including burning and beheading.

You can see the parallels here on how Bin Laden kills people.

The list goes on and on and I don’t want to bore you.

But the differences are there too.

USA sees Bin Laden as enemy of the world and advocate everyone to rise against Islamic terrorist.

But wait!. USA doesn’t want anyone to go against terrorists who are killing Chinese. Why is that? Isn’t terrorists just terrorists?

It appears to me that the White Man here distinguishes the bad terrorists from the GOOD terrorists.

The Good terrorists are those who murders anyone but the Americans and their friends while the BAD terrorists just kills anyone including Americans.

You see, unfortunately, no matter how smart the scheme is. Let’s put aside the evilness of the scheme is that good terrorists eventually turns bad.

Just like Bin Laden shook the hands of Rumsfeld before. Hussein was once a friend of USA as well. Both turned bad and one of them spetacularlly bad.

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MSNBC will be cancelled

OK. I lied but so does MSNBC.

Look at this.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/31892617/ns/world_news-asiapacific/

MSNBC changed AP’s original title!! The original title is “China officials: Police kill 2 Uighur men”. And MSNBC changed it to “Chinese police kill 2 protesters; lawyers warned”.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090713/ap_on_re_as/as_china_protest

If these men are called protesters, we should expect the following title from MSNBC as well:

‘protesters in afganistan killed 4 american soldiers with bomb’

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PBS for sale

Just watched a PBS program (wide angle) tonight on Japan’s plan to change its constitution on how it operates its military. Namely, Japan wants to change its constitution to start a war or wars.  I didn’t watch the entire episode — as I started in the middle — but from what I had seen, it seems that the entire program stands from the point of view of Japan. That is, how Japan has viewed itself in the most glorified way. How Japan felt that it is threatened by China even though Japan had invaded China during WWII and killed tens of millions of Chinese, instead of the other way around.

So I wonder, why would Japan felt threatened by China and why would Japan has a constitution that prohibits it from waging a war?

Well, the answer is easy: Japan is guilty of war crimes. Yes, the whole Japan is guilty of war crimes. That is why the US occupation force drafted a constitution for the Japanese so that it can’t repeat the atrocities during WWII.

Why is that PBS — a public funded program — would broadcast a Japanese propaganda? After all, PBS is not CBS, FOX, NBC, or CNN, which may be influenced by their business interests and choose to broadcast propaganda (or commercial) as news.

I always thought that PBS is somewhat unbiased, progressive network and reflects the conscience of the American people. Still, my curiousity got the best of me and forces me to sit down and watched the rest of the program, including the final credits.

I want to follow the money. Afterall, money is the root of all evil. Let’s see who had funded this program. So after watch a laundry list of usual funders of the regular program, finally, there it is — “Major funding of this episode is contributed by the Japan US friendship Commission”.  Ah, a US government branch dedicated to instill propagada on American people. 

So let the beast out of the cage. This is not the first time US had done something foolish. It was US government that had trained Bin Ladin and gave chemical weapons to Saddam Hussein. Forget about Pearl Harbor and tens of millions of people Japan had murdered during WWII, try to think what Japan can do nowadays with its 2nd largest economy in the world.

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More pictures of lovely pandas

Please don ‘t leave me — so glad to see you after the quake.

I am Spanda Po, Heeeee-Haaaaawwww!!!!!

Enjoy my sexy back.

My furry butt

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Call for generous donation to Earthquake rescue

http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2008/05/12/world/05132008_CHINA_MAP.html

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more update: Wenchuan earthquake

As of May 14th, 2008, In Sichuan province, China, over 14,463 people have died and 25,788 people are still buried in rubbles while 1,405 people are reported missing.
17 cities and townships in Sichuan province have been devastated by the earth quake.
64,746 people are injuried, 4.15 million houses are damaged while 216,000 houses have collapsed. Over 10 million people are affected by the disaster.
The disastrous situation is still unfolding and help is desperately needed to support relief efforts. Please lend a helping hand to the earthquake victims by donating to your choice of non-profit organizations with China Earthquake Relief programs.
A few non-profit organizations with China Earthquake Relief programs (donations to links marked with “*” will be tax exempt):
  1. International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC)  (*): http://donate.ifrc.org/?navid=02_02
Related stories:
  1. NPR: Dujiangyan Parents’ Search for Child (‘Mom is coming for you’)http://www.npr.org/blogs/chengdu/2008/05/we_found_fu_guanyu_and.html
  2. CNN: China’s Earthquake Victims ‘Eat Bitterness http://www.cnn.com/2008/WORLD/asiapcf/05/14/china.vause/index.html
  3. ABC: ‘Today, We Are All Sichuan People’ (China Rushes to Help Its Own http://abcnews.go.com/International/story?id=4851881&page=1
  4. ABC: Remarkable Rescues as Quake Death Toll Rises http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory?id=4850786

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Update: over 12,000 dead in Wenchuan earthquake

By May 13th, in Sichuan province alone, over 12,000 people had died after Wenchuan earthquake. There are also more than 26,206 injured and 9,404 still buried in rubbles. Over 3.46 million houses and buildings had been destroyed or severely damaged.

Majority of the reported death is located at Mianyang (7,395) and Deyang (2648), while there is no official account of the death figure at the epicenter Wenchuan and Beichuan. it is almost certain that the death figure will continue to climb. This is a sad and sad week. Please donate to the Chinese redcross or other disaster relief charities.

Some donation sites/links are below:

http://www.chinaconsulatechicago.org/eng/xw/t434219.htm

http://www.redcross.org.cn/ or http://202.108.59.10/english/donate.htm
https://www.redcross.org.hk/donation/user_donation.asp
http://www.one-foundation.com/html/cn/beneficence_01.htm
http://www.mercycorps.org

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