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WHY CAN'T U.S. 'MEDDLE' IN CHINA? IT INVOLVED ITSELF IN SOUTH AFRICA

I was interested in your editorial concerning the demonstrations in Beijing, China. I do not know if this is a demonstration or a revolution. It is interesting, whatever you call it.

A revolution is a complete turnaround and not the type of elections as seen in the Soviet Union. They had two choices, but only one party. That is like trying to pick between Judas and Brutus. They are both stinkers.

Why shouldn't Washington meddle in internal affairs of Communist China? The United States placed sanctions against South Africa on human rights grounds. There exist far fewer human rights in Red China for the majority than the minority in South Africa.

As for the release of news from the media in China, do not get too excited. It was Shakespeare who said that even the devil can quote scriptures. He also said false faces must hide what false hearts know, or words to that effect.

GABRIEL KRAFFT
East Amherst

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