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Anschluss: Reports of China’s Invasion of Nepal

As we’ve been blogging about repeatedly for the past two weeks or so, the Olympic Torch’s planned path up Mount Everest is a symbolic expansion of China’s borders, a public demonstration that Nepal is now China’s prison-bitch. And now our friend … Continue reading

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Olympic Torch Host Cities: Be Careful What You Pick Up

So the Olympic Torch relay has begun under ominous clouds promising an endless series of public relations disasters for Beijing. Hey all you Olympic Torch host cities out there.  Take some instruction from those experts in self-destruction, the “Happy Tree Friends”, and be … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Shakespeare was wrong. “Vanity, thy name is a PR MAN!”

Shakespeare was mistaken when he wrote, “Vanity, thy name is Woman.” No. Vanity’s name is usually Man.   And although the currently available evidence is still sketchy, there are considerable reasons to conclude that it was Western “public relations” consultants, who … Continue reading

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Flaming Stupidity: The Olympic Torch Mounts Tibet

“The March of Folly” is what historian Barbara Tuchman titled her chronicle of the role of willful stupidity in World History.  Her working definition of “political folly” is “the pursuit of policy against self-interest”, of which one operative criterion is … Continue reading

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