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where nothing is real, and nothing else is sacred.

I like our current form of government…

(AP Photo/EyePress) “…and all that, but there are some elements of the Chinese way of dealing with political hypocrisy that are at least worth considering.”


AP caption: “Zheng Xiaoyu, the former director of China’s State Food and Drug Administration, is seen in a meeting of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) in Beijing in this March 4, 2003 photo. Zheng was executed Tuesday July 10, 2007, for approving untested medicine in exchange for cash, leading to the deaths of at least 10 people. The execution was the strongest signal yet from Beijing that it is serious about tackling its product safety crisis.”


photo credit: AP Photo/EyePress


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2007.07.10 - Posted by | opinion, political hegemony, politics

1 Comment »

  1. Did they execute the owners of the factories that made the toxic shit and who paid him off? I’m guessing no.

    Comment by PissedinNYC | 2007.07.10 | Reply


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