Not necessarily true. For example, I was reading, and determined that a
stronger society resulted from those types of freedoms.
Sometimes I watch the public access cable channels. For example, I
would be interested in watching a cooking show from various parts of the
world, or even better, various cooking shows from various parts of the
China is more or less the same China, which means it is made of many
nationalities, in a way similar to but completely different from the
United States. For example, they assemble firecrackers in their
elementary schools, where our students are actually enjoined from
bringing firecrackers to school.
I watch some of the Chinese state media, and do some business with
Chinese (and Taiwanese) companies, and those are completely separate
things. I have seen some pictures of China. I have read some of the
National Geographic articles as well.
So, buy American.
Brian D Williams wrote:
> From: "Ross A. Finlayson" <email@example.com>
> >I just think that if they want tariff protections then they should
> >allow foreign media access to some channels. Also, they should
> >allow their people freedom of speech and of the press.
> I couldn't agree more, but the last thing a totalitarian can allow
> is dissenting opinion.
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