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dArKeR Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Sep-15-04 11:34 PM
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Is the world led by China's tyranny?
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China has once again been issuing orders to an international organization, which, as usual, afraid of disobeying China's "imperial decrees," belittled and oppressed Taiwan on China's behalf. This time, that organization was the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), and the target was Taiwan's first lady Wu Shu-chen (???), who is confined to a wheelchair and doesn't constitute the slightest threat to the Paralympic Games. The IPC not only stripped Wu of her status as leader of the Taiwanese team, it also issued her with a GT card, a low-level pass.

In fact, the name of any international organization could be substituted for the IPC. Each time Taiwan participates in an international event, all China has to do to humiliate Taiwan is to apply a little pressure, making it appear that there is no room for international justice or humanism. As even the lofty Paralympics are sacrificed on China's political altar, it seems the whole world is being lead by China's tyranny.

China and the world won't even leave a disabled Taiwanese woman in peace! We really do live in a world that bullies the weak and fears the strong.

You're half correct. Communist tyranny leads half the world and Bush Fascism leads the other half.
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