> In a message dated 4/19/01 1:44:38 PM, email@example.com writes:
> >But to answer your question I am boycotting goods made in China as
> >a result of the incident involving our EP-3 surveillance aircraft.
> This falls back into the question of why harm random Chinese because
> a few Chinese who do things you think are wrong. Boycotting Chinese
> goods hurts Chinese workers, investors, (and corrupt officials), and,
> most of all, hurts you. The PRC army isn't going to be affected.
> Truthfully, there's not really anything you can do to hurt the PRC army.
> Sending computers to dissidents would be about the best you could
> manage. Or join Amnesty.
Or hack them. The cracker group PoizonBOx has apparently gone all out to
attack Chinese websites to shut them down, and now Chinese crackers are
saying they will counterattack on May 1st (International Labor Day).
With overt military action becoming increasingly unacceptable to the
people of both nations, it seems that the cracker youth is responding by
taking up cyberarms and declaring their own war. Interesting times.
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