The Kensington Review

7 July 2003

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Hong Kong saw its largest protest since the Tiananmen Square murders as 400,000 took to the streets to denounce the draconian anti-subversion laws the People's Republic of China is adopting. While it is a direct assault on the "one nation, two systems" rubbish that gave Hong Kong to China, the law is not that big a deal. Making a tyranny a little bit more tyrannical isn't worth the protest -- the fact that China is a police state is the issue. Click here to read more.

The United States has decided that there are 50 countries that are unworthy of the military aid sent to them, and therefore, the money won't be arriving this year. It seems that the countries in question won't sign so-called "Article 98" deals with the US to prevent Americans from being tried before the International Criminal Court. What is laughable are the administration's opponents who claim the money should be sent anyway. Click here for more.
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-- Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan

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