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Cadence Column: Asia, August 17, 2020


All of us enjoy the results of the paths we choose, paths which no one can choose for us. Americans believe this so strongly, it often leads to unhealthy apathy toward others in distress. When America finally decides to help others, it is often from a kind of “Messiah” complex, viz Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan. … Continue reading

Cadence Column: Asia, June 22, 2020


China seems desperate for war. America has typically been the infamous provocateur. That’s how China paints things. That’s how Japan and Germany saw things. But, China has taken up a new role. Buzzing jets into Taiwanese airspace is just one concern. China also sends fishing boats to ram Taiwan’s Coast Guard and sand ships just … Continue reading

Cadence Column: Asia, May 18, 2020


It was a week of slap after slap in China’s face. Congress pokes at Human Rights in Xinjiang among other old-news grievances. China “warns” the US—again—about Huawei, apparently unaware that warnings require power or at least clout, of which China retains neither. As blame circulates against China for a global outbreak, Taiwan courts favor. Airlines … Continue reading

Cadence Column: Asia, May 11, 2020


China must brace itself for war. Regardless of any plot from America being true or false, how Beijing handled Wuhan—or rather mishandled—will not be overlooked by the free world. Regardless of how different governments handled the outbreak, the West will see an outbreak that wouldn’t have happened if China had followed the same forthright standards … Continue reading

Cadence Column: Asia, April 13, 2020


The global case against China is marching forward in force. Typically the West doesn’t care about human rights violations—they care, but never enough to do anything until it involves themselves. Two million Uyghurs missing in Xinjiang doesn’t matter to the West. But, if Americans and Europeans are afraid of catching a pneumonia-cold that most people … Continue reading

Cadence Column: Asia, March 30, 2020


Blame! Both general theories about where this virus originated fail to do two things: They don’t acquit anyone and they don’t tell us how to treat it. The theories no longer seem to matter since fear has taken over the world. Initially, we had a theory that the virus passed from wildlife to humans at … Continue reading

Cadence Column: Asia, January 20, 2020


China is engaging in “rapid expansionism”; this is different from the slower-moving modes of Russia and, until Trump, the United States. During Obama, Russia took back Crimea—after that fling Nikita Khrushchev had in giving Crimea to Ukraine when it wasn’t his to give. Russia has also been crawling its influence in Syria, softly with Iran, … Continue reading

Cadence Column: Asia, April 8, 2019


America’s government has finally cracked the code on China. They know how to get under China’s skin. They had an idea before, but the algorithm—the precise frequency of activation—needed fine-tuning. And, of course, China made it all too easy to know that the code had been cracked. The sale of 60 F-16V’s to Taiwan—inferior in … Continue reading

Russian expert: China to defeat broke America by 2020


Russian expert Vassily Kashin foresees a war between the United States and China in the East Pacific within the next six years out of which Beijing will emerge victorious due to America’s inability to fund its expanding empire. “It’s highly probable that China, after the completion of the current cycle of reforming and rearming its … Continue reading

Chen Guangcheng arrived at New York


Commercial Radio Hong Kong reports this morning: Blind Chinese rights activist Chen Guangcheng and his three family members arrived by airplane at Newark Liberty International Airport, New York, the United  States. June 4 Student Protests leaders Wu’erkaixi and Chai Ling met him at the airport. They described Chen as a hero and hoped that he … Continue reading

Chen applies for leaving next week, is allowed to meet friends


According to Hong Kong’s Ming Pao newspaper, this morning blind activist Chen Guangcheng says that China and America have in the main reached agreement to allow him to leave for America and that he will be allowed to meet his friends before departure. He will leave when his health has recovered. His good friend Jiang … Continue reading

Only In America


While living in America, I made the following observations, which I found quite curious: Pizza gets to your house faster than an ambulance. There are handicap parking places in front of skating rinks. Drugstores make the sick walk all the way to the back of the store to get their prescriptions while healthy people can … Continue reading

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