[SpamCop-List] Re: The chinese own spam
nobody at spamcop.net
Sat May 1 08:36:39 EDT 2004
Miss Betsy (nobody at spamcop.net) wrote in news:c6umfj$s5n$1
> I know that the 'communist' government in China has loosened up a
> lot of rules and perhaps is even actively encouraging capitalistic
No "perhaps" about it. Private business has been encouraged for many
years. In economic "hubs" like Shanghai there are a lot of very rich
> However, communism, in its basic form, is not supportive of individual
property rights (though probably respective of copyrights).
And where does communism "in its basic form" still *exist*?
> If the philosophy behind the government in China has changed, perhaps
> it is not 'communistic' any more.
It changed long, long ago. And it's still "communist". Just not the kind
of theoretical communism you assume still exists there.
> since the OP, even as revealed in following posts, has no idea of what
> makes cultures tick.
There we agree. He also obviously has no idea that in China there are a
multitude of cultures.
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