Thursday, April 20, 2006

Hu Boy

A lone Chinese dissenter was allowed to sneak onto the White House grounds for Hu-Jintao's speech. Funny, no American dissenters ever manage to get in unless they're bonkers or have a suspicious package to deposit. Guilty of "disorderly conduct" the woman piped up oh-so-conveniently after the moron-in-chief hinted at human rights violations in the land that owns us.
Something tells me Hu isn't used to being manhandled.

CNN made a fuss about how the feed was blocked in China. Um, CNN where's all that footage WE don't get to see from Iraq, American protests, investigations into our corrupt government? Hypocrites. Strangely, there's currently no story about the woman yelling for Hu to stop killing people at CNN's site. (There's a link that goes to Michelle Malevolent Malkin's site but I won't venture into that cesspool of right wing hatred.) However, hindustantimes has picked it up. Human rights? Hahahaha. China pointed that finger right back at us. (Older post on topic here)

Today Hu stated he's furthering "freedom and democracy" in China. Who does THAT sound like? Hu isn't budging. No matter how the White House spins this one, China is standing firm and getting what they want. Boeing, Microsoft deals, and ignoring what lame duck boy has to say. China needs more planes. Many of the Boeing parts are made in China. Who benefits from this deal? Hu benefits. That's who. Moron embarrassed us further during the "press" conference. "I appreciate that...he's(Hu) used the word 'win-win'...I appreciate the (Chinese government's) commitment to access (their market)...exports to China are up by 21%", said beaming Oaf-face. "And that means jobs." (Smirk) "A common goal is to stop Iran from having a nyookular weapon. A second goal is to be in a position where we can work on tactics..UN Security Council Chapter send a common message to the Iranians...concern about the Iranian mission. China's an important voice in international affairs I will continue to work with the president to strategize."
Hu asked Bush about furthering relations between U.S. and China. Chimp said at his first commencement address as pResident, he noticed "Notre Dame had many Chinese students with advanced degrees; exchange of students leading to lasting understanding, leading to future relations. Exchanges in the arts, sports exchanges, Yao Ming, he's a perpetual exchange, the Olympics, there are all kinds of ways to have exchanges...a lot of people-to-people exchanges." Then, as his earpiece had clogged up with wax, Chimposaurus ended the occasion abruptly. It's clear we lost. Bush put a good face on the meeting but Hu won.


Blogger Dennis said...

Ask Hu, what about Torture of dissenters with Chinese characteristics?

That's a play on words since I have heard Chinese leaders often speaking about Socialism with Chinese characteristics.

11:10 AM  
Blogger Dennis said...

have you noticed that the government of the good oled USA and the Chinese government approach each other?

The Republican Party has done what it can to encourage unregulated capitalism with rigged elections to prepare for One Party rule.

The Chinese communist Party has one party rule and prepares for unregulated capitalism.

Both parties torture or harrass dissidents.

11:17 AM  
Blogger Panda said...

U.S Foreign Policy is total hypocrisy. It's based on the almighty dollar.Bush is a liar. Hu is a liar. They're two peas in a pod. the thing I find most offensive is Lieboy's apology to Hu.His one and only apology EVER was about accidentally allowing freedom of speech within earshot of a business deal!

9:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This November a falling gong will hit the Republican Party and sweep them out of power in the house and senate.

7:10 PM  
Blogger Panda said...

I hope you're right. The world can't take much more of the Neocons. The Republican Party is filled with imposters. I'm still waiting for the indictments related to the Abramoff scams; Conrad Burns, et al. They're neither true Conservatives nor real Republicans. Goldwater must be spinning in his grave.

12:12 AM  

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