Friday, August 04, 2006

News of the Day (August 4)

From the China Freedom Blog Alliance: As South Korea's doves continue their political nosedive (which, oddly enough, Bill Gertz of the Washington Times misses), the Korea Liberator takes note (TKL also has the latest Stalinist North Korea news).

Japan "is furious with North Korea"; but SNK's colonial masters strike back rhetorically: Stalinist North Korea's behavior on missiles (Washington Times) and the abduction of Japanese citizens (Washington Times) have so angered the Japanese people that support for a robust anti-Stalinist/anti-Communist policy is now surging. Naturally, this has led Communist China to ignore all of their colony's outrageous actions and focus instead on the "sins" of outgoing Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi (Daily Standard).

Enlightened Comment of the Day: Today's winner is Dr. Yohai Sela, who provided an excellent analysis of the Lebanon situation to the Epoch Times.

More on the Communist-backed mullahcracy and its Syrian ally: The Iranian regime "is racing to resupply Hezbollah across the Syrian border ahead of a possible cease-fire being ironed out this week at the United Nations" (New York Sun). Meanwhile, Barbara Lerner (National Review Online) falls short of ECOD honors by forgetting to use the L-word regarding Iran.

Another popular website is shut down by the cadres: This time it was Polls, which the Communists shut down for the third time in three months (Boxun). Meanwhile, the Committee to Protect Journalists weighed in on the shutdown of Century China (Boxun, see also seventh item).

Gao speaks again: The human rights attorney (sixth, tenth, fifth, lead, third, last, twelfth, eighth, third, second, third, eighth, eleventh, eighth, fourth, fourth, last, fourth, fifth, twelfth, fifth, second, lead, next to last, seventh, last, next to last, lead, second, last, sixth, tenth, eighth, second, eighth, ninth, lead, sixth, eighth, seventh, fifth, fourth, last, fifth, seventh, next to last, fourth, last, twenty-first, twenty-second, seventh, fourth, sixth, fourth, sixth, eleventh, eleventh, fourth, last, sixth, eighth, tenth, thirteenth, eleventh, eighth, tenth, last, next-to-last, next-to-last, twelfth, seventh, and tenth items) had another interview with the Epoch Times.

On the Communist organ-harvesting outrage: Gregory Lamb (Christian Science Monitor) talks to the authors of the Kilgour-Matas report.

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