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Looking for one Hell of a good job?

Are you out there looking for a job? Good career opportunities important to you? Then look no farther than one of the world's top two largest employers, The Pentagon and The Peoples Liberation Army (PLA) of China! Two great employers with the big guns pointed at each other! Sounds like job security to me! So, Young people, join up! What could possibly ever go wrong with one of these major employers as your boss? Check out the PLA in Hong Kong. And women, there are jobs for you in the PLA, also! The military is always first in women's rights! Be a hero! Sign up now! (Number 3 and 4 world in number of employees world wide, are Walmart and McDonalds. Avoid being an employee of Number 3 or Number 4 if you can.)

India terror suspect arrested then shot

A photographer in Manipur, India documented the arrest of terror suspect Chongkham Sanjit on July 23, and wound up witness to an execution. The pics are SFW: the death squad ducked their victim into the adjacent pharmacy. A red circle indicates the arrestee, the arrow in the photo below shows which way he is led to be killed. Note the soldiers already blocking off the killing spot. The trigger man waits at far right in camouflage cap. Sanjit is following cooperatively. An officer pulls out his handgun. Arrestee is suddenly pushed into vacated shop. Sanjit's body is dragged from the shop. Displayed in military pickup truck, beside body of Rabina Devi, victim of the minutes earlier police crossfire. Official story: Sanjit wounded four and killed bystander while resisting arrest.

Tiananmen Square before Olympic spirit

Human rights activists are crying foul about China's role in Tibet and Burma. Here's a illustrated time-line of the events which led to the totalitarian repression of the Tiananmen protests of 1989. Reprinted from Christus Rex. Beijing Spring -A look back at the 1989 Spring that impacted a nation. Visit original website to see archival video footage from the CBS Evening News with Dan Rather. April 15 Former Communist Party chief Hu Yaobang, a leading reformist, dies of a heart attack at the age of 73. Students at Beijing University put up posters praising Hu that indirectly criticize the opponents who forced his resignation following student demonstrations in 1986-87.   April 17 Thousands of students march in Beijing and Shanghai shouting "long live Hu Yaobang, long live democracy, long live freedom, long live the rule of law."     April 18 2,000 students from Beijing bicycle into Tiananmen Square and protest before the Great Hall of the People. Included in their demands for democratic reforms is the repudiation of official campaigns against freedom of the press. April 21 Crowds of up to 100,000 demonstators gather in Tiananmen Square to mourn Hu. April 22 Students defy police orders to leave the square, while riots break out in the provincial capitals of Xian and Changsha. Official memorial ceremonies are held for Hu at the Great Hall of the People.       April 23 Beijing students announce a boycott of university classes.   April 24 Tens of thousands of students at Beijing universities go on strike, demanding a dialog with the government. April 27 Bolstered by broad-based support, more than 150,000 students surge past police lines and fill Tiananmen Square, chanting slogans for democracy and freedom. April 29 Government officials meet with student leaders, but independent student groups say they will continue a class boycott at 41 university campuses in Beijing. May 2 6,000 students march in Shanghai. May 4 100,000 students and supporters march on Tiananmen square to celebrate the 70th anniversary of China's first student movement, while similar demonstrations are held in Shanghai, Nanjing and other cities. 300 journalists protest outside the official Xinhua News Agency. May 9 Journalists petition the government for freedom of the press. May 13 2,000 students begin a hunger strike in Tiananmen Square. May 15 Government deadline for students to leave the square comes and goes. A welcoming ceremony for Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev's state visit is moved to the airport. May 16 Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators occupy the square. May 18 One million people march in support of the hunger strikers. Li Peng, Premier of the State Council, issues a stern warning to student leaders and refuses to discuss their demands. May 19 A tearful Zhao Ziyang, China's General Secretary, makes a pre-dawn visit to weakened hunger strikers. Li also visits the students briefly. In the evening the students decide to end the hunger strike, but quickly change their mind when Li and President Yang Shangkun announce martial law. Zhao reportedly resigns or is ousted from power after failing to convince Li and others to compromise. May 20, 1989 Chinese authorities 'pull the plug' on Dan Rather who is reporting live from Beijing. May 28 About 80,000 people (mostly students from outside