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Friday, October 29, 2010

US Political Ads Scapegoat China

More political ads paint China as benefiting from weak U.S. economy - Washington Post

The video discussed in the article is good to see (not saying if I agree with it or not).  But the fears its tapping into about China are worthy of a term paper as well as the images that are used.

It's 2030 in Beijing. A professor addresses a class of students. "Why do great nations fail?" he asks. "The Ancient Greeks, the Roman Empire, the British Empire, and the United States of America."


The video is propaganda and is professionally done and the Chinese in its is correct.  And of course very political and by Citizens Against Public Waste.

It seems the remake of Red Dawn (China's the invader this time) is not being released due to the MGM bankruptcy.  I bought the original Red Dawn to show my daughter some culture from the 80's, specifically the Cold War.

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