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China swings Left(er)
The cure for China's rural woes? Well, if you ask the Chinese Communist Party, it's...more socialism. Instead of allowing rural peasants to own their land, sell it, and profit, land reforms are to be stifled. Property rights are a dirty word. Instead of allowing a free market in health care and education, the rural Chinese are to be kept under the socialist thumb. The Communist corruption will continue as usual. Despite China's capitalist miracle of the past few years, it turns out that they haven't really learned anything from the experience at all. This can only end disastrously (and, for anyone like me who is implacably opposed to their tyranny, delightfully). I will enjoy watching China's totalitarian regime disintegrate. The 200 riots a day will not cease if socialist voodoo economics are the only answer they have to the growing disenfranchisement of the oppressed rural masses.
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Howard sees test for UN in Iran
How many tests will the UN get before we flunk it out of school? Sheesh! Other Iran tidbits at Iran Focus:

Basiji militia stages heliborne air assault defense exercises

US, Europe pushing for two-week Security Council deadline for Iran to stop nuclear work and start cooperating.

Iran WILL use "the oil tool and other tools". Yes, you idiots, we've already priced that into the risk of confronting you and found it acceptable. You're not scaring anyone.

You will cooperate within 14 days! Or perhaps 30! Anyway, let us not speak of sanctions, for it will spook Russia and China! What a charade.
CANBERRA (Reuters) - Australia, one of the countries which ignored the United Nations to join the U.S.-led war in Iraq, said on Friday the Iran nuclear standoff would be an important test for the world body to show what it could do.

Australian Prime Minister John Howard, who alongside U.S. President George W. Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair committed forces to the Iraq war, said he supported the U.N. Security Council decision to intervene on Iran.

"This will be an interesting test for the United Nations," Howard told Australian radio.

"People who were critical of George Bush, myself and Tony Blair and others over Iraq because we didn't endlessly keep going back to the United Nations in 2003 now have an opportunity to see how effectively the United Nations will work," he said.

The U.N. Security Council is to take up the issue of Iran's nuclear research, which the West suspects is designed to give the country atomic bomb technology. Iran says its nuclear programme is for civilian use only.

The United States says Iran is now its number one challenge, but says it has no plans to go to war in Iran.

Opponents of the Iraq war said the United Nations should have been given more time to solve the crisis over Iraq's suspected weapons of mass destruction before the U.S.-led military campaign to oust former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein.

No weapons of mass destruction have ever been found.

Howard said the Iran nuclear standoff was a "huge worry", and he fully supported the matter going to the U.N Security Council. Australia is a founding member of the United Nations but is not a member of the Security Council.

"I'm in favour of this matter going to the United Nations, I'm in favour of the United Nations exercising all the influence it can to bring about a change in Iran, and let's hope that it works," he said.
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Al Qaeda in Iraq takes tips from Palestine
I've observed a learning process whereby terrorist best practices learned in Afghanistan and Iraq are imported by Palestinian terror gangs; now, you can see the terrorist knowledge-sharing process in reverse. Al Qaeda terrorists in Iraq are propagandizing schoolchildren and trying to induct them from an early age into the jihad mentality. Absolutely loathsome. However, I have a feeling it will backfire on them-you can't fool children. When a child is told by a masked thug that the Americans kill children, contrary to all that child's experience with Americans, I doubt the terrorists' point of view is really going to be credible with the children. Something really has to be done about these terrorists doing school visits, however.
In the segment dedicated to the town of Ramadi, hooded men are seen slaying and butchering sheep and then delivering cuts of fresh meat in black plastic bags to children in the street, a helping hand to the poorer families.

It is children of Ramadi who the terrorist formation are seeking to influence. In a segment entitled "Lions of the country in the city of Ramadi", a hooded man carrying a microphone and his camera-wielding colleague interview youngsters on the streets. The children contest the US presence and say they are happy that Ramadi remains under the control of the mujahadeen.

Forty six minutes in, the presenter announces the visit by mujahadeen to the schools of Ramadi. The first to welcome the men, again masked, are boys in class 6B, aged 10-11. As well as reciting jihadi songs, the youngsters are asked for an opinion on the US. "Americans kill children" one boy says.

The Ansar al-Sunna operatives then move on to talk to much younger boys, in their first years at primary school.

The school appears a modern, solid and well kept structure, albeit spartan; the children are clean, tidily dressed and seem well-nourished.
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Poison or mass hysteria?
Ninety-three people, most of them schoolchildren, have fallen ill in Chechnya in the last three months, suffering from seizures and breathing difficulties. Some people suspected chemical attacks by the Russian military, others blamed Chechnya's high levels of environmental pollution, but authorities say that it's most likely a "mass sociogenic illness", a reaction to the stress and fear that these children have been coping with as a result of growing up in a war zone. A Mystery Malady in Chechnya
After exhaustive chemical and radiation tests, authorities with the Moscow-backed government announced that the culprit was not poison, but a form of mass hysteria. The whole episode was triggered, most doctors now believe, by the extreme and chronic levels of stress among children who have experienced a war with Moscow that lasted more than 10 years and its devastating economic aftermath.

Yet with Chechen rebel leaders issuing proclamations that the Russian military has secretly poisoned the schools with nerve gas, and public health officials at a loss to explain why after months of treatment the children are only getting worse, parents — and some local physicians — are not ready to accept the official diagnosis. Very few are willing to send their children back to the schools where they were first afflicted.

"The fact is that the children are getting worse. No treatment helps them," said Khazman Bachayeva, principal at School No. 2 here, where only 30 of 998 students showed up for school recently. "And as of today, nobody has given us a concrete explanation. All they say is, it's psychological stress. Well, the parents don't buy that, and I don't buy it either."

Sultan Alimkhadzhiyev, Chechnya's deputy health minister, said it was difficult to explain to parents that their children had become living specimens of what it means to grow up with the constant threat of violence and chronic joblessness and poverty.
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Take Your Gun To Work Day
The Brady Campaign To Prevent Gun Violence Ban Guns is having a hissy fit because the NRA is campaigning across the nation for lawmakers to pass laws allowing employees to take their guns to work. I applaud the NRA's action. I don't like ninny corporations telling people they can't have self-protection when they're incapable of preventing workplace shootings themselves. And you never see corporate security personnel not wearing their guns conspicuously. If the company property deserves to be protected by firearms and lethal force, so do the employees' lives. Is the rent-a-cop gonna risk his life to stop a workplace shooting at his $10/hr job, or is he just gonna run away?

Furthermore, corporations which restrict their employees from bringing guns to work on pain of losing their jobs should face laws that heighten their liability exposure-maybe a if a workplace shooting should happen.
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