Friday, May 09, 2008

News of the Day (May 9)

Communist persecution of Falun Gong continues: Xin Fei (Epoch Times) discusses how Communist China perverts its legal system to send Falun Gong practitioners to jail. The United Nations' top human rights official has more question for the cadres about organ harvesting (Between Heaven and Earth).

Enterovirus-71 death toll hits 32, number infected passes 24,000: How many could have been spared this had the cadres been honest about the outbreak from the beginning may never be known (CNN).

On "nationalism" in Communist China: Vaclav Havel once explained the mass participation of Czechs in Communist marches and propaganda events as their way of doing whatever they had to do to keep the Commissar off their backs. It should come as no surprise that the people trapped inside Communist China must resort to the same tactics (Epoch Times).

News from the occupied nations (East Turkestan and Tibet): Uyghur Christian Alimujiang Yimiti is to be tried for his faith (China Aid via Uyghur American Association). Meanwhile, CSRwire (via UAA) notes one very important Tibetan resource Communist China is intent on stealing - water.

The Long Arm of Lawlessness gets the color orange banned in Greece: Its most well-known success prior to this was making yellow illegal in France (Adrift in a Sea of Phlegm).

India dealing with cyber-attacks from Communist China: Among the victimized websites over the last year and a half was the Ministry of External Affairs (Epoch Times).

More opposition to the Singapore Surrender: The editors of the Washington Times speak out again, and Congressional Republicans are getting louder (One Free Korea - which also has other news from "another Chinese province").

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