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posted by LaminatorX on Thursday January 15 2015, @05:22AM   Printer-friendly
from the schadenfreude dept.

The religious and cultural tensions the West faces are "payback" for slavery and colonialism, a Chinese state-run newspaper said Tuesday in the wake of the Islamist attack on Charlie Hebdo magazine.

The editorial in the Global Times newspaper — which often takes a nationalistic tone — dismissed the weekend's huge marches in Paris and elsewhere as "painkillers" that cannot halt the intensifying "clash of civilizations".

http://mg.co.za/article/2015-01-13-west-facing-payback-for-colonialism-china-paper

[Related]: http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/901536.shtml

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  • (Score: 1) by fleg on Thursday January 15 2015, @07:42AM

    by fleg (128) Subscriber Badge on Thursday January 15 2015, @07:42AM (#135022)

    from the FAQ [soylentnews.org]

    Do you only want tech news?

    We aim for around 70% technology and science stories with the remainder being a mix of content with general interest to our community.

  • (Score: 2) by FatPhil on Thursday January 15 2015, @06:53PM

    by FatPhil (863) <reversethis-{if.fdsa} {ta} {tnelyos-cp}> on Thursday January 15 2015, @06:53PM (#135200) Homepage
    And I'm certainly happy with social issues such as what should be fundamental human rights taking up a fair proportion of the stories. Your Rights Online, as it used to be called, was definitely a techie-friendly subject, but I don't see Your Rights As A Journalist, Or As A Member Of The Public, To Express Yourself, as being fundamentally different a subject. Only the medium has changed, it's the same core issue. "On a computer", if it should be unimportant in an idealistic patent context, should also be unimportant in many other contexts too.
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