Re: failure notice (about relays.osirusoft.com)
On Mon, 19 Aug 2002 03:02, Jason Lim wrote:
> Blah... somehow I don't think this is going anywhere. USA and western
> spammers will continue to find fault in chinese networks and servers to
> kingdom come. Perhaps the chinese admins should block USA mail traffic
> altogether so USA and western spammers can no longer abuse chinese
> networks. What say?
Sounds good to me!
On Mon, 19 Aug 2002 03:43, Jason Lim wrote:
> > Heated, is a mild term. Such forums are always nasty, heated, and
> > difficult. You are making a cultural mistake.
> Well, Thank God the chinese CCCP (China) party meetings aren't like that.
> Can you imagine 1000's of leaders of each province getting into an "heated
> discussion" like that?
No I can't. I can't imagine anything other than an absolute dictatorship in
China, where if you disagree with the government too much you get tortured
and killed. Even members of the government aren't above the death penalty in
> And besides... having those western legistative ppl... in Australia, USA,
> etc. acting like children, in front of everyone... is that really
> something to be proud of?
It's no big deal. The only thing I criticise western governments for is
becoming more like the Chinese government by restricting freedom of speech,
and trying to get rid of the right to a fair trial.
> Perhaps one day when communications with Asia becomes critical and
> crucial... like now that China's entry into the WTO... makes a
Actually China doesn't belong in the WTO. They should be excluded from such
organizations until they do something about human rights.
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