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Wednesday, September 14, 2005
Putting a new, er, face on Communism
"A Chinese cosmetics company is using skin harvested from the corpses of executed convicts to develop beauty products for sale in Europe, an investigation by the Guardian has discovered . . ."
Say hello to Beijing's economic miracle.
Posted by Kevin Libin on September 14, 2005 | Permalink
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Well well well, we've seen the Euro-trash illuminati boycot Canada and Canadian goods because we shoot bears and harvest seals..wonder how they'll deal with this...will the Euro-socialist duality kick in again? Will the lure of cheap goods from China overpower their idealism for social justice? Will they powder their aristocratic noses with the bodies of Chinese political prisoners? Will they fuel their homes and cars with oil from genocidal maniacs? Will they continue to bray about US imperialism while ignoring their own?
Posted by: WLMackenzie redux | 2005-09-15 10:40:22 AM
If you haven't done so already, you must watch Bush's speech to the UN delivered yesterday. Watch it as from a distance and feel the enormity of American power; listen to the words and hear something great and unknown. You can watch it on Cspan.org if you missed it.
It is something that must be watched. Watch his eyes, read his body language. The leader of the free world threw down the gauntlet yesterday, to allies and enemies alike, and by doing so he has exposed his agenda. He is still moving forward, and the UN will be his vehicle. Last chance, it seems, for that austere body to substantially affect the foreign policy of the new United States imperium.
I would very much like to have a seating chart of the assembly. Bush seemed to punctuate his strongest statements with his eyes, and I would love to know who it was that drew them. >>> more
Posted by: maz2 | 2005-09-15 3:12:54 PM
Just when you thought it couldn't get worse, Walmart's new clothing line called "New Order" is made in factories owned by "The People's Liberation Army".
Posted by: John Palubiski | 2005-09-16 11:38:47 AM
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