On 5/13/06, Prasad J <prasad59(a)gmail.com> wrote:
If the situation in China is that bad, then why is the
dimplomatic ties with the former?
Why is China given a UNSC seat?
These are aspects of China's internal affairs-not
bodies like the U.N have the right to intervene.
I don't think anyone here is an international body.
The Chinese government probably has geo-political
concerns about this matter.
Probably who cares?
I stated earlier, if you do help Wikipedia-users in that country
circumvent this block, and they are caught they will probably be dealt
with very severely.
I suspect they know that.
And I know about VoA-it's, quite frankly, just a
propaganda tool. If you think the U.S is trying to get Iranians to
access blocked sites in the interest of "liberating" them, then you
are mistaken. America most likely just wants the Iranian people to
hear Mr.Bush talk about why "rogue states" like theirs should not
possess "nucular technology".
It is generaly more suptle than that.
As I said, allowing Chinese users to break the law, is
So what? I'm not in china. I could allow french and germans to break
the law simply by putting Mein Kampf online. Should I be prevented
from doing that?
And it's not the kind of abettment that's
justified-the condition in
China is very much >liveable-they are not under some
Correct me if I'm wrong but didn't the FBI
recently admit to tapping
phones of citizens >without legal consent? If that was
so is the Chinese
Ad hominem tu quoque