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On August 8, 2008, the Beijing Olympics will commence. The recent controversy about the Olympic torch relay is an indication of things to come. Despite the Chinese security forces guarding the torch and local officials...
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Subject: beijing
Jul 28 2008 03:06 AM

I am disappointed in the lack of ingenuity in progressive western leaders. While the west urgently caters to Chinese business interests, they have left entirely untapped the market for body organs. Since the west has made expressly clear that human rights are irrelevant (sounding this message loud and clear when the IOC gave Beijing the Games) it is really wasteful to leave untapped the rich market of body organs from Chinese and Tibetan political prisoners. If these organs could be resold in western nations, there would be immense profit for everyone. In fact, the western leaders could continue their two-faced approach of praising the Dalai Lama while catering to China's business.... why do we not act and involve ourselves in the sale of body organs too?

In addition, western people could contribute to the stability of Chinese society by exporting higher quality cattle prods to the chinese army. The Chinese efforts in torture may sometimes be thwarted by use of inferior cattle prods. Just as they are busy thrusting the prod into the vagina or anus of a political prisoner, the prod's charge may go out. The west could export better cattle prods to the chinese and thereby shift the trade balance back in our favor.

As western people learn from China, they can also emulate aspects of chinese culture that can save western economies. For example, let them expand their use of the death penalty, reduce the number of appeals, and begin billing families for the cost of bullets (or eletrocution). Although more innocent people may die, it will help the west compete in the global economy.

Surely these are but a few of the things western people can learn from Beijing.

Go Olympic Spirit, Go! I LOVE the IOC! Supporting torture and murdeer in 2008!
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