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nehdos  

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Subject: Pathetic
Apr 20 2008 01:55 AM

The first thing that all Chinese should see everyday is the Tiannenman square massacre of their own brothers and sisters. It is the very same people who are ruling China now and I am amazed that 350 dollars can make people forget about those losses. I was hoping that they would take this as an opportunity to hope for a change in their government. A country where they can have free speech, freedom of expression and election. Sadly, captive minds can't doesn't have a space for such a vision. I still hope that they will see the opportunity and sieze on it.
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