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17h UTC; SUNDAY, 1 DECEMBER 2013: If ever there was a Good Cause worth donating a portion of the proceeds I get from your purchases to the Online Mall of this blog to, it would probably have to be one of the least-understood and yet unlikely such out there.

One that many Real Americans are unlikely to know about, perhaps because of media ignorance and contempt therefor "for reasons you will understand," or so the canard would have it.

As in reducing the National Debt of the United States, which is actually possible for the American People and Nation to contribute to. This notwithstanding what would best be described as RepubliKKKan canards about "political reasons" requiring keeping the National Debt as inflated as it is, and doing nothing about it by virtue of their warped ideology insisting that low taxes = jobs creation = Prosperity for All.

Which, as we all know, has not produced the desired result.

And which, for as long as Your Correspondent has expressed his opinions online in blog form, has been seen as something of a cause worth giving a part of the proceeds from the online shopping angle to. Especially as a vehicle of protest against RepubliKKKan articles of faith and the ex-lax so excusing same.

And which may be worth thinking about when the online shopping for the Festive Season comes to mind--as in patronising such online malls which give something back to the community. And IMHO, reducing the National Debt is one way of returning something to the community, a way to "flip the bird" at "Tea Party" doublethink and tu quoque which could unwittingly betray Our National and Sovereign Identity to the very "New World Order" that these so-called "patriots" want us to fear on mostly racist and xenophobically nativist grounds which could reek of the illogical.

So what otherwise intervenes in applying common sense in your online shopping which could actually serve a useful benefit to the Nation?

Meanwhile, see if you can spot the tu quoque inherent in the following, as is now before the Supreme Court (and which inspired Rick Santorum's delusional notion that such practices subject to legal scruitny are Protected by the First Amendment's Religious Liberty Provisos):



Meanwhile, for our "AmeriKKKa Should Be More Like China" friends comes word that the Chinese military has imposed an Air Defence Identification Zone around some picayune, unproductive and yet disputed islands in the East China Sea that both Japan (as controls same, styling them the Senkaku Islands) and China (as disputes Japan's claim to same, and at once styling them the Diaoyu such) have claim over.

The core reason for this dispute? Offshore oil and natural gas deposits in the surrounding waters as both Tokyo and Beijing covet, the latter especially so in view of its ongoing socioeconomic development being at risk of derailment should oil and gas supplies from the Middle East or Central Asia be disrupted.

And judging by BBC Monitoring's roundup of Chinese media reportage of late, Beijing is rather insistent upon Tokyo making a full, sincere and heartfelt Appy Polly Loggy to Beijing for atrocities against the Chinese People, Nation and Sovereignty committed in the name and majesty of the late Showa Emperor and the "Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere" which the Japanese government was pushing from the mid-1930's well into World War II--especially so during the Sino-Japanese War of 1937 and its atrocities such as the Rape of Nanjing and the germ-warfare experiments under auspices of the Imperial Japanese Army's Unit 731. China, too, is also rather upset at the Japanese approriating Manchuria in the early 1930's and establishing the puppet regime of Manchukuo under the last of the Manchu Emperors, Harry P'u Yi, not to mention plundering Manchurian coal, iron ore and soybeans for the gain of Japan ... as well as condoning a state monopoly on the manufacture and sale of opium (even establishing overt opium dens across Manchukuo) to finance the Sino-Japanese War, in effect using the State as an agent of enabling narcotics addiction.

Also getting on the nerves of the powers-that-be in Tiananmen Square: American neutrality in the matter over the islands in question, insisting that diplomacy is a better approach than overt warfare such as Beijing may be unwittingly be trying to provoke with surveillance flights from the United States, Japan, South Korea and even Taiwan overflying "Chinese airspace" without official warning beforehand, which can be grounds for the People's Air Force to send interceptor flights. And to hear Chinese media, they want to shame the United States into taking serious sides for once.

Staying with such a rather absurd and illogical trope for the nonce, Beijing municipal authorities, in the name of "controlling air pollution," have taken acetalyne torches to some 300 open-air barbecue restaurants in the Chinese capital and cutting the barbecue ovens up to the point of their becoming inoperable. In its turn prompting critics using China's "harmonised" microblog service Weibo to suggest that such actions may be at the expense of the more blatant specimens of polluters such as coal-fired power stations and factories whose pollutants contribute to the notoriously blatant smog common in the winter months across northern China (with Beijing, Nanjing, Qingdao and Shanghai especially notorious for elevated pollution levels).

"Another small house is finished in the next block"
(to Engrishfy the closing remarks on every episode of the "slice-of-life"
radio series Vic and Sade through the years)

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