this is off-topic.
if this thread was placed elsewhere it would have been moved here.
this thread was not titled "how to stop the NWO with good sex"...think about that....
as long as multiple threads are not created i have no problem with this, its in one thread, and its in the right/relevant board.
China ready to destroy bedroom sex..
after the raid on Monday and a recent series of bus bombings outside Beijing,China's military just went to the highest level of alert in 30 years.
We are not expecting a war, but we are now fully activated for war. China source.
Chinese officials had transformed Beijing into a giant fortress. Surface-to-air missiles take aim at the sky above the Olympic stadiums here. Surveillance cameras mounted on light poles scan sidewalks. Police officers search thousands of cars and trucks entering the city.
Even civilians have been called on to strengthen the motherland: Tens of thousands of middle-age and elderly residents wearing red armbands, reminiscent of the zealous Red Guard youth from decades ago, patrol neighborhoods looking for even a slightly suspicious act or person.
But human-rights advocates accuse the Chinese government of using the pretext of terrorism to silence dissent and clamp down on ethnic-minority groups that chafe at rule by ethnic Han Chinese, who dominate the Communist Party leadership. Some security experts say many of the surveillance measures will probably stay in place after the Games, to bolster the reach of the authorities.
In Xinjiang, an extra layer of security screening has been added to 13 airports, according to Xinhua. Certain liquids, including alcohol, are banned from trains in Xinjiang, and a security inspector has been put on board each of the 4,000 buses in Urumqi, the region's capital.
Here in Beijing, the city is edging toward war footing. More than 34,000 military personnel and 74 airplanes, 47 helicopters and 33 navy ships have been deployed, said Col. Tian Yixiang, director of the military-affairs department in the Olympic security command center.
The Chinese government has also been installing tens of thousands of surveillance cameras on lamp poles and in Internet cafes and bars.
Western companies like IBM, General Electric, Honeywell and United Technologies have been shipping their latest computer tools to automatically analyze video images from thousands of cameras and alert computer operators to patterns that might indicate a threat.
The Security Industry Association, a Washington-based trade group for security companies around the world, said in a study last year that from 2001, when Beijing was awarded the Olympics, China has spent as much as $6.5 billion on security in the Beijing area alone. The bulk of the spending is for extensive video monitoring systems that will stay in place after the Games.
"The surveillance system deployed by China for the Olympics, which includes key pieces of Western technology, is the most comprehensive and sophisticated surveillance system ever," said James C. Mulvenon of the Center for Intelligence Research and Analysis in Washington, a private group that does classified work for the American government.
Mulvenon said the sales from foreign companies raised the risk that Western equipment would be used to spy on Chinese dissidents after the Olympics.
"Whereas the legacy of previous Olympics was sports stadiums," Mulvenon said, "the legacy of the Beijing Olympics will be a high-tech police state."
[link to seattletimes.nwsource.com]