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garuda  

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Subject: "good enough"
Aug 03 2008 01:55 AM

The Chinese "tried hard to impress the world and to prove the country deserves respect and appreciation," said Xu Guoqi, a China-born historian at Kalamazoo College in Michigan. "But the West used the Olympic torch relay and the coming games to shame the country and frequently remind the Chinese they were not good enough."

Darn straight! No nation that sanctions torture, murder, genocide, that refuses to grant its citizens freedom of speech and religion....no such nation should even have the audacity to suggest they are "good enough."

Frankly, I view the very existence of the Han Chinese Communists as an insult to humanity, and an affront to everything that "humanity" represents.

No, you are not good enough.

Not nearly.

You need to change by leaps and bounds to be "good enough."

If that hurts your Han pride, so be it!
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