This one is for Detroit and all those who lost their Childrens homes to Communist EW.

This one is for Detroit and all those who lost their Childrens homes to Communist EW.
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Sunday, August 22, 2010

"But Chinese rules say any information on state-run firms is a state secret and invites punishment for violation."

Again showing cartel activitiesl like most private cartels that lobby for laws that take pressure off of them. China just blatatnly arrests people for even looking into them. I am looking for the full text on the State Secret laws right now. That should be fun to read.

"It can be used to imprison journalists and others for publishing information authorities find unwelcome, whether that information is a matter of national security or not."

"The American consul who finally did meet him told Xue’s wife that monitors had not allowed them to discuss the case and that Xue seemed “in bad shape.” No wonder. In blatant violation of Chinese law, he had already been tortured. Xue managed to show subsequent consuls cigarette burns on his arm that his captors had inflicted when he refused to confess. He also said that the secret police ultimately coerced him into signing false documents."
"It was closed not only to the public and Xue’s family but also to American officials, in violation of both the consular agreement and Chinese law." Again taking laws in specific sided application regarding economics as if we could not have just tooken pictures of space of were all the oil fields are. As is open public information to all American's and many free information countries of the world. That is what happnes when a country has vague laws and then applies them expost facto.

That sounds like cartel activity to me.

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