Monday, August 07, 2006

Bloggers Against Red China

I'm starting a blogroll due to my strong feelings for China and the dangers that they present. In the future, I hope to expand this topic to its own blog but for the meantime, Neo-Con* Tastic will be the home of "Bloggers Against Red China."

BARC will be a collection of blogs from all political avenues that agree that a Communist country with dangerous leaders don't belong in the 21st century and we support its demise. On a daily basis, this communist regime has been torturing its own citizens, lying to the United States, and is building up a lethal arsenal. I'll try to continuously keep everyone up-to-date on the current situation in China.

Please email me with your URL and blog title to mr.tastic@yahoo.com and I'll add you to the blogroll. I'm busy as it is but I'll make it a point to add people as soon as I get the email.

Here's the picture that you can use as the link back here:

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Don't forget to replace the parentheses with brackets.

31 comments:

Tex said...

It's sad that when I bump up my resolution to 1600x1200 I still can't see the whole blog page without having to scroll left and right. Make your left picture smaller than its 800x500 pixel size. There's also formatting code where you make the red china banner a percentage of screen sixe too, but I don't recall how to do that. Also I think a Red Dragon would be nice, especially the one from Command and Conquer: Generals or Zero Hour. TTFN

Neo-Con Tastic said...

I think it's better now. I've shrunk the image dramatically but I don't know if it'll work.

Also, I seem to be having problems with the code that should post the link - it doesn't seem to show anything.

This is driving me nuts.

Neo-Con Tastic said...

Tex-

I'm also looking to change the color of my link text. It comes up in the white and some readers are having trouble seeing it. Where do I find the line in my code?

Also, does the site look better?

Tex said...

I think the white code is (#000000) but don't quote me on that. Since black is #FFFFFF and it's hex, it makes sense to me. The banner size is down to a reasonable size now. I can now see the words at the 1280x1024 Resolution. But I just got an engineering spec Radeon Sapphire so I'm going to see if I can get over 1900x1200 resolution. Also, what are you going to do about N. Korea? I also think I'd layer the text so that it has a red tint to it and some of the flames show up on the front side of the text but with a see through effect. There's a precise word for that but it escapes me now.

How many days before China marches against Israel?

Gayle said...

Good idea, Mr. Tastic. Once you get the details of the blogroll figured out I will be happy to join you.

Jenn of the Jungle said...

Brilliant blogroll idea. Nobody likes a commie, well, that is no body in their RIGHT mind.

Patrick Joubert Conlon said...

Yep, I'm going to join. I'll post the logo and code and email you my url.

Patrick Joubert Conlon said...

I've checked and re-checked the code but the blogroll still does not show up.

Little Miss Chatterbox said...

Awesome idea!! Sign me up. I'll shoot you an email!!

ABFreedom said...

Got the code up no problem, right under the main blogroll..

kris said...

Dear Tastic

Chinese communism is a blip in their history. They are, first and foremost, merchants and traders. The real trouble with china is that they do not have any founding principles like, for example, the USA constitution- or European human rights conventions. Where this takes China is anyone's guess. Mine is that they will rule the markets is 100 years' time or sooner.

Wild Thing said...

This is an awesome thing to do. GREAT idea! I have only had a blog for almost a year now. And before I had a blog I was posting constantly at forums about China, what Clinton did with China and how bad it is to deal with China and trust China.

Thank you so much.

I have added the code and the graphic to my sidebar.

Again thank you,I am so grateful that you are doing this.

Wild Thing said...

This is my blog address and I will send you the email as well.

PC Free Zone
http://www.theodoresworld.net/

Anonymous said...

Is it just me, or is Drugereport the only major news site that will post negative press on China? When they blinded our satellites, a few weeks ago, and when hackers, undoubtedly backed by the Chinese gov't, attacked the US Commerce Dept. servers, you could not find a single article on FOX or CNN. We need to be vigilant and expose this growing threat.

Sven said...

Good Job! :)

Anonymous said...

"I'm starting a blogroll due to my strong feelings FOR China"

So it will be a pro-China blog? What a refreshing change.

Why do so few Wingnuts know how to write?

This is a great time to be a Wingnut Warhawk...China, Russia, Iran, Islam (in general), North Korea...so many boogeymen, so little time...

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Mike Bender said...

Notice I posted my real name. Because I don't feel the need to hide what I think.

Way back in 1998, or maybe even sooner, I warned everyone who would listen it was a mistake to allow a whole bunch of "Made in China" products to flood our market. I knew from my dealings with the Asian Communists what to expect if they managed to build a healthy, financially sound economic system. They would build the military to the max. WHY? Because a Communist government is paranoid. It fears any government not like itself is an enemy destined to overtake it. Why did China pour million of troops and dollars into the Korean war at a time when it could least afford it? It didn't want a democratic government camped out on that border.

I knew years ago that China would invest in the latest electronics and in systems it would use to exert itself in the world trade markets. I blame the people who make the decisions as to where they will obtain the articles Americans buy most often. I blame stores like Wal-Mart, K-Mart, Shopko, etc. that are supplying a virtual "pipeline" for the Chinese made goods. If Americans would STOP buying it, the stuff would sit on the shelves and the CEO's of the big companies would be grumbling to all the others at board meetings, "What the *&%$# happened to our sales?" After it sat on the shelves long enough they would get the message that Americans no longer wish to supply the funds to build Chinese guns, bullets, bombs, fighter jets, and such. Our government cannot tell us to stop buying foreign goods. There are trade agreements that prevent that. It is now up to the people to become educated and cease financing a communist country that wises to overwhelm America. You have two choices. Wise up or start learning Chinese.

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