The Beijing Review on BRIC

Dear Colleagues,

Just got the Beijing Review which has a very important article on world development and I want immediately to share it with you. It deals with the development of a bipolar world with two centers of international relations: one, the sector dominated by the USA in the capitalist world, and the other, a new formation of an organization which has a cooperative content of working together in trade and development without political domination.

The organization is called BRIC standing for Brazil, Russia, India, and China, who have formed a relation just recently for the very purpose of development in a cooperative manner. This is the essence of world development for the 21st-century, which we had accomplished in an article some time ago without any indication of definite forms of development. This is the first major international form which will grow.

I’m confident that you will react positively, however, if you differ please tell me.

You can read the article here: http://www.bjreview.com.cn/world/txt/2010-02/26/content_248932.htm

Sincerely,
Sidney

Corporations Are Not People



Dear all:

I was shockingly surprised yesterday to view a video response of me to the Supreme Court decision regarding the rights granted to corporations. The video is available on Youtube to view. It was shot on February 9th at the Chinese Consulate after I’d been cordially invited to visit. I have never had such a penetrating positive shock to hear myself up front in a political battle.

Sincerely,

Sidney

Hu Jintao Abides US Surveillance, Suspects in Prison, Torture, Rendition

Dear Friends,
We just pulled our file on Hu JIntao and found an article dated November 19th which you might find amusing and dismaying. I’d like to share it with you.
I’m very much impressed with the Chinese handling personal relations which have a particular political effect. It is so un-American that it leaves me with a sense of shame.
Sincerely,
Sidney