Tuesday, March 25, 2014

China's Bin Laden - The Asia-Pacific Perspective

This is what James Corbett wrote (w/ links omitted; you can get them from the video page):

"Welcome back to The Asia-Pacific Perspective, that monthly show where James Corbett of corbettreport.com and Broc West of apperspective.net break down all the latest news and headlines from the Asia-Pacific region. In this month's conversation:

  1. Asia-Pacific Protests: And Now....The 'Anti-Protest' Law in Australia; Thousands drawn to Australia-wide protests against government policies; Taiwan protesters occupy parliament over China trade pact; Tokyo rally against reactor restarts draws over 5,000; Thailand to lift Bangkok state of emergency.
  2. Military Maneuvers: Philippines: Ban on foreign military bases not absolute; Japan Draws Up Overhaul Of Arms-Export Ban; China announces military spending increase; Australia to buy U.S. Triton drones to secure Indian Ocean resources; North Korea test-fires missiles amid tensions.
  3. Kunming Attack Blame Game: From Pakistan, Uyghur Separatist Vows Revenge on China; Uyghur militant's support for Kunming knife attack 'proof of China's terror threat'; Suspected Uyghurs Rescued in Thai Raid of Human Trafficking Camp; Sibel Edmonds on Gladio B.

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