Monday, November 20, 2006

New Members of BARC

I'd like to take this time to introduce two new members of "Bloggers Against Red China." They both cover the PRC issue in great detail and both blogs will be nice reads.

Dad29 has an extensive array of criticism ranging from our trading status with China to local Wisconsin politics. It is one of my daily reads and I've snatched a piece of his latest coverage on Red China:

Military buildup, spying on US defense secrets, IP theft, slave labor, murder-for-profit in body parts, brutal suppression of religious believers...

The 'Greatest Culture on the Planet,' eh?

Newt Gingrich and Bill Clinton still have to explain their MFN/PNTR concessions to this monster.

Read the entire post here: China Is Our Friend!! Part 489220.

More of Dad29's articles are listed below:

China is our Friend Part 49639
China is our Friend Part 385946
China is our Friend Part 45875

Now on to the second addition. St. Jimbob of the Apokalypse hosts the blog Shaking Off Sleep which also covers a variety of topics from his recent Catholic re-conversion to the perils of the communist regime. Here's a taste of his recent articles:

I'm really tired of seeing how Catholics are treated in China, and having people speak about how engagement is going to bring change. Ok, you want change? Here it comes:

I ain't buying anymore of their crap!

You can read the entire article here: Can We Buy their Freedom

Or this one:

Maybe it's time to start going for the companies that manufacture goods over there, and persuade them that while China may be cheapest, they're materially assisting the Maoist government in persecuting their people. If enough large companies start pulling out, or threatening to, the government may stop this kind of oppression. Any other suggestions?

You can read the entire article here: Marxist Love

More of St. Jimbob's articles are listed below:

Render Unto Mao...
Of Mice and Martyrs

Two great additions to the Blogroll. I recommend checking both blogs out as they're as entertaining as they are insightful.

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