Chinese President Hu Come Forth!
Dear President Hu,
I've got a pretty good business/marketing/ad campaign for your Chinese industry before America's Christmas toy season. I figure it's worth millions in "image repair". I'll write it up for you, and then if you mention publicly that you are "thinking about" early release of political bloggers/writers, I will in turn post my marketing idea's on the internet/blog. If the stuff is hot stuff, worth millions in image damage repair, even creating Chinese brand names, then you let the 50 writers/activist go. If the idea's are not worth million of dollars then you do nothing and keep them in prison. However, if it self evident among everyone watching our trade, that the idea's are worth millions and you still don't let the 50 people go--then your "Honor" is mine!!
Do you want to play!?
Sincerely "The Reality Changer"
P.S. Qualifier: I do not write this in judgmentism as in you have an inferior repressive government. I consider all you government gangs mean and repressive. My own country America has jailed me 17 times and throw me in mental institutions 7 times (with forced drug injections I might add!!!), all of this for political free speech and free thinking, and not one cop or judge did anything about it--including Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts!! Nobody--not one! No, America can not claim "moral superiority" in this field; just for the record!
Out of Jail. Yes I'm watching President Hu Jintao. I know about the wink of the political eye.
Out of Jail
Wall Street Journal - 2 hours ago
President Bush has accepted the invitation of President Hu Jintao to attend next summer's Beijing Olympics -- to the anger of human-rights activists, ...
Out of Jail
September 27, 2007
President Bush has accepted the invitation of President Hu Jintao to attend next summer's Beijing Olympics -- to the anger of human-rights activists, who are calling for a boycott of the Games.
Here's a suggestion: Between now and then, the President might consider welcoming to the Oval Office one Steve Kim, an American businessman who was released Tuesday from a Chinese jail. Mr. Kim spent four years in prison for the "crime" of helping North Korean refugees who had escaped their homeland and were hiding in China, hoping to make their way to South Korea.
Mr. Kim, who is from the Long Island, New York town of Huntington, is in the furniture business and since 1987 has been importing products from China. In the course of doing business there, he became aware of the plight of the refugees, who, according to numerous estimates, number in the tens of thousands. Instead of turning over the refugees to the United Nations, as it is required to do under international law, China hunts them and returns them to North Korea, where they face uncertain and often harsh fates.
With help from the congregation of his hometown house of worship -- Good Neighbor Community Church -- Mr. Kim raised money to help the refugees. He rented two apartments, where refugees could hide out until they could hook up with the underground railroad that would deliver them to safety in the South. The aim was to fatten up the starved Northerners so that they could pass as South Koreans during the journey across China.
Mr. Kim was arrested on Sept. 26, 2003, along with nine North Koreans and two Chinese humanitarian workers. The Chinese were sent to jail for two years. No one knows what happened to the North Koreans, who presumably were repatriated. If they are still alive, it can be said with near certainty that they are not as lucky as Mr. Kim, who has finally come home to his wife, Helen, and their three children.