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September 12, 2006

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This is indeed terrible. Perhaps increasing anger and rising number of discontents in these contexts shows that the governments are losing the "tian ming"--and a government which doesn't have the support of its people cannot last as is for long.
And it seems sensible that in order to have the support of the people, one has to be able (or willing) to protect the people. Clearly something is going wrong here.

from your description, i would think that is could be the spark to start a new wave of a revolution within china.

No wonder the government would getting tighter and tighter in censorship.

do you think the government will be smart enough to reform slightly in a few years, or take a hard line and in the long term crumble?

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