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John Boy

The incident is generally shameful.

I have to give Cullen credit really. He is such an accomplished and arrogant bullshitter he pulls it off with a straight face and even when he gets caught out - well, who cares? Business as normal. Not someone to trust.

fugley

It uis rare for me to agree with Keith or andrei, but I am in their camp on this.

It is time the government told the Chinese in no uncertain terms that we have ceertain freedoms in this country that are non negotiable.

It is time the government stood up for what is right.

And it is tim eht epeople held their government to account over these matters.

Sadly, though, they don't care about a journalist being slapped down, jsut whether or not they can still take a belt to their kids.

andrei

Sadly, though, they don't care about a journalist being slapped down, jsut whether or not they can still take a belt to their kids.

Fugley if I didn't care about this or think it important I would not have posted on it.

fugley

Sorry andrei, I didn't realise you embodied The People.

peasant

yup, i thought your momentary agreement with andrei was some kind of blip in the space-time continuum :) but reality has resumed ...

Psycho Milt

"It is time the government told the Chinese in no uncertain terms that we have certain freedoms in this country that are non negotiable."
Unfortunately, since we've already proved these freedoms to be 100% negotiable when the Chinese govt's involved, they'd either piss themselves laughing or assume we were attempting to apply some bargaining leverage. I think the assumption that our govt had turned out to be genuinely principled after all would be somewhere down the bottom of their list of possibilities.

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