Genocide Olympics?

Via on Apr 4, 2008


The Beijing Olympics this summer were supposed to be China’s coming-out party, celebrating the end of nearly two centuries of weakness, poverty and humiliation. Instead, China’s leaders are tarnishing their own Olympiad by abetting genocide in Darfur and in effect undermining the U.N. military deployment there. The result is a growing international campaign to brand these “The Genocide Olympics.”

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One Response to “Genocide Olympics?”

  1. Alex King alex says:

    What a great post and article. Too bad we owe so much of our debt to the Chinese (who have also financed the Iraq war) that it will be pretty much impossible to for the US to pressure China into anything other than the harm they are doing.

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