Saturday, December 10, 2005

"The dead suffered a wrong. Uphold justice"

There is a fishing village near Hong Kong and its name is Dongzhou. At the mouth of the bridge leading to their village, a group of Dongzhou's residents, numbering about 100, gathered to hold a banner with the above line scrawled on it.

The chinese paramilitary forces are at it again.

And here is the curious truth: Tiananmen Square was apparently not enough for the administration. And neither is the first time since 1989 that violence has been inflicted on the little people in China.

It happened because the villagers were protesting the building of a power plant.

This is not the first time. If it aint a power plant, its oil ownership issues. If it aint oil, its the falun gong.

And the only reason yankville hasn't said anything to chinaland is because of trade and deficits.

The things you can buy these days. Silence, blindness, and battery operated foot massagers.


A Hairy Snail said...

Could the reason for Bushishstan keeping mum be that they have finally got a prick in the place where their conscience used to be?

Abhinav Goyal said...

Ummm. Hmmm.

Wonder what to make of this post. "These days"? Ok. Comments reserved.

ttsepak said...

There is too much pressure in China,lets see when it's gonna burst!!!!!