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China's take on Google "crisis"

by EdHannigan / January 20, 2010 9:22 PM PST
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LOL, that's a good question!
by James Denison / January 20, 2010 10:55 PM PST

Just the fact it had to be asked shows the problem with China's leaders.

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Ed, whenever you hear some waxing rhapsodic about China,...
by Paul C / January 21, 2010 12:39 AM PST

...all you need do is read any number of stories like that one to remember that the People's Republic of China neither belongs to its people nor is a republic, but rather remains a Marxist-Leninist totalitarian state - with all the violations of basic human rights that are routinely carried out by such a nation.

It really IS that simple sometimes...

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