Re: A time for war.

From: Scott Chase (
Date: Fri 18 Mar 2005 - 11:49:49 GMT

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    --- Keith Henson <> wrote:

    > [Posted this on another list, but since it mentions
    > memes . . . .]
    > Re several threads on this list, I make a case
    > rooted in the stone age that
    > a lot of the populations of the world are either now
    > stressed (such as
    > those who dropped out of the middle class in the US)
    > or are anticipating
    > the world getting worse.
    > Exceptions are the Chinese, and a few other
    > countries where economic
    > conditions are improving and look like they will for
    > a while.
    Not sure how you're excepting the Chinese. Better keep an eye on recent news wrt Taiwan. Could become a "time for war" sans xenophobia if Taiwan asserts its indepedence as a sovereign state. The difference was ideological (ie- civil war between Nationalists and Communists resulting in Nationalists fleeing to Formosa).

    Check googlenews for "anti-secession law china"

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