Xi ‘Arrests’ Already-Jailed Tiananmen Activist

If social media posts "with seditious intent" were grounds for arrest and detention in the US, America's incarceration rate would be even higher than it already is. In the US, seditious conspiracies are tolerated as a manifestation of protected speech, a hideous perversion of the First Amendment which has evolved into an impenetrable legal shield for pretty much anything you want to say and, increasingly, anything you want to do. In China, by contrast, seditious conspiracies are frowned upon,

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    1. “Any student that protests, I throw them out of the country,” he told donors at a May 14 Trump event, as The Washington Post reported Monday, suggesting he would deport demonstrators as president. Pro-Palestinian protesters, the former president said, were part of a “radical revolution” in America. “If you get me reelected, we’re going to set that movement back 25 or 30 years.”

  1. No question but that we are starting Cold War II. The implications – geopolitical, societal, economic – are barely being discussed in the US.

  2. I read a very good (or appropriate) comment recently.
    Bad sex lasts minutes.
    Bad voting lasts years.

    A message to MAGA party voters?

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