China’s Olympic Torch Was Made By Nazi Money

China’s Olympic Torch belongs to Lenovo.

Lenovo is the successor of IBM.

IBM was instrumental in the Holocaust, and Auschwitz.

The more things change, the more they stay the same. IBM, in China, is now “Lenovo”, and as IBM participated in the gas chambers at Auschwitz, now today, IBM’s successor in China, “Lenovo”, the corporation to whom the Olympic Torch belongs, is, well, a continuation of the same corporation which made the Holocaust happen…..

…more to come soon. Watch this space, watch this blog, for more details about the collaboration between IBM/Lenovo, and the gas chambers of the Nazis, and “public relations” in China, and that GOD DAMNED Olympic Torch which has inflammed Tibet, now inflamming the entire world in the most unforgivably STUPID, UNTHINKING ways….

…more to come soon….

…but meanwhile, Catherine and I must ask, WHAT does Richard of TPD think about all this?   After all, he IS an American “public relations” consultant in Beijing, who is, by his own admission, involved in the public relations of the Beijing Olympics.   (And maybe the Olympic Torch too?    We’re just guessing, for now…)

…Watch this space in the next few months, for more information and more questions….


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4 Responses to China’s Olympic Torch Was Made By Nazi Money

  1. Adriana says:

    Ah, Ned, how do the French put it?

    “Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose.”

    But IBM can point out to the advice of Milton Friedman, that the only responsibility a corporation has is to is stockholders. So, they are being good Friedmanites, and good libertarians.

    (I wonder if Milton Friedman lost any relatives in the Holocaust – and if knew that he was applauding those who helped the killers).

    So, Nazi collaborators collaborate now with the Chinese government. Why am I not suprised?

  2. Ned Kelly says:

    Well there’s nothing categorically wrong with collaborating with the Chinese government if the collaboration is for a good purpose. But to collaborate with – or even worse, actualy to encourage – sheer vainglorious stupidity is something else.

  3. Adriana says:

    aye, for a good purpose, lad.

    But when your only standard of right and wrong is whether it makes a profit, how can you tell what a good purpose is?

  4. Ned Kelly says:

    Adriana, that reminds me of a North American Indian myth of how a man loses his conscience. Several North American tribes used to say there’s a razor sharp, flat, triangular piece of flint in every man’s heart. Whenever you do evil – and especially when you are untruthful, dishonest, deceiving yourself or others – then the piece of flint begins to turn a bit, and it cuts into your heart, and that pain is your conscience. But after a while, the stone cuts a clean path all the way through your heart, so you no longer feel anything when you do evil.

    That’s the kind of person you’re talking about.

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