Mao, Pol Pot and Social Engineers

John B. Hammes economic at NETINS.NET
Sun Nov 9 22:16:44 MST 1997


I'm sure it IS true.  People protest things here all the time.  It's
what democracy is all about...disagreement. :)

John Hammes

On Sat, 8 Nov 1997, Ma ZhangKai wrote:
:-)CND news. I think this is true.
:-)(2) JIANG Zemin Proclaims China's Future in Los Angeles
:-)[CND, 11/03/97] Welcomed by perhaps the most sympathetic audience in his
:-)American visit, JIANG Zemin spoke of China's future at a farewell dinner
:-)in Los Angeles, according to an AFP report. "In the 21st century, China
:-)will be built into a strong, democratic, culturally,"
:-)said Jiang to some 900 members of the Chinese community at Biltmore
:-)The enthusiastic group at one point prompted Jiang to sing a portion of
:-)the "Beijing Opera."
:-)The dinner came after a day of meeting with Californian political and
:-)business leaders. California holds a full 40 percent of the 2-million
:-)Chinese population residing in the U.S., and is as well a major business
:-)partner with China. Los Angeles is Jiang's final stop of his state
:-)As in his previoius stops, protestors made sure that their voices on
:-)rights and Tibet issue against Chinese policies heard by the Chinese
:-)leader. One masked group displayed a scene of mock execution, while
:-)man dressed in Chinese military uniform led away a few acted monks with
:-)fake blood on their faces. (Jim YU Guochen WAN)

   "Things should be made as simple as possible, but not any simpler."

   "Common sense is the collection of prejudices acquired by age 18.

   "Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new."

   "I never think of the future. It comes soon enough."

   "Not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that
   can be counted counts."

....Albert Einstein

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