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Opinion: It's a Chinese thing. You wouldn't understand

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BobZ01
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BobZ01   10/7/2008 12:23:25 AM
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David, Excellent article! Rarely does anyone speak about this. Sadly, we are definitely reliving a very ugly history.

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Fred000001   9/15/2008 3:57:22 PM
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What?s the problem David? They didn?t rant against China?s human rights record enough? Comparing modern China to the Soviet Union under Stalin is going a little far don?t you think? Praise for reform in China is not pandering. It won?t give the hard line communists in China more power to repress. Instead it will teach China that more collaboration and good will can develop as China reforms. Foreign diplomacy is about using the methods of the carrot and the stick. I say you?re set on just using the stick. Your article was a waste of time.

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