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February 26, 2009



I agree that message delivery is the easy part. But it is hard to win the hearts and minds of the readers. No matter how great the message is, it is instantly subject to the scrutiny and criticism of the whole world. Counter points will be offered, not only by “the professional commentators”, but also by ordinary people. The battle of the ideas is inherently hard to win on the internet.


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Ture Sjolander

It's good that China are blocking the Internet because than we all know. More nations should follow the example to show off their stupidity and hidden agendas.

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