Sunday, October 30, 2005
The People's Republic of China v. tdaxp
Well, it happened. No sooner had the brave little blog tdaxp cricized President Bush...
... than the Texan used his ChiCom neocon cronies to censor tdaxp:
tdaxp is being blockaded by "cyber-safety software" in the People's Republic of China!
What's next -- a ChiCom knock-off -- tPRCxp?
Red tdaxp Rising?
Therefore, I have no choice but to defect to the paleocons and advocate the dismemberment of
Free East Turkestan!
Free Inner Mongolia!
Update: Perhaps "The Han Tyranny" is too kind a word --- perhaps I meant The Cruel Empire of the Tsan-Chan!:
There was a mind from the planet we know as Venus, which would live incalculable epochs to come, and one from an outer moon of Jupiter six million years in the past. Of earthly minds there were some from the winged, starheaded, half-vegetable race of palaeogean Antarctica; one from the reptile people of fabled Valusia; three from the furry pre-human Hyperborean worshippers of Tsathoggua; one from the wholly abominable Tcho-Tchos; two from the arachnid denizens of earth's last age; five from the hardy coleopterous species immediately following mankind, to which the Great Race was some day to transfer its keenest minds en masse in the face of horrible peril; and several from different branches of humanity.
I talked with the mind of Yiang-Li, a philosopher from the cruel empire of Tsan-Chan, which is to come in 5,000 A.D.; with that of a general of the greatheaded brown people who held South Africa in 50,000 B.C.; with that of a twelfth-century Florentine monk named Bartolomeo Corsi; with that of a king of Lomar who had ruled that terrible polar land one hundred thousand years before the squat, yellow Inutos came from the west to engulf it.
I talked with the mind of Nug-Soth, a magician of the dark conquerors of 16,000 A.D.; with that of a Roman named Titus Sempronius Blaesus, who had been a quaestor in Sulla's time; with that of Khephnes, an Egyptian of the 14th Dynasty, who told me the hideous secret of Nyarlathotep, with that of a priest of Atlantis' middle kingdom; with that of a Suffolk gentleman of Cromwell's day, James Woodville; with that of a court astronomer of pre-Inca Peru; with that of the Australian physicist Nevil Kingston-Brown, who will die in 2,518 A.D.; with that of an archimage of vanished Yhe in the Pacific; with that of Theodotides, a Greco-Bactrian official Of 200 B.C.; with that of an aged Frenchman of Louis XIII's time named Pierre-Louis Montagny; with that of Crom-Ya, a Cimmerian chieftain of 15,000 B.C.; and with so many others that my brain cannot hold the shocking secrets and dizzying marvels I learned from them.
The Shadow Out of Time by H.P. Lovecraft (courtesy of the Lovecraft Timeline).
What about Hong Kong and Mauco?
Posted by: Catholicgauze | Sunday, October 30, 2005
Macao: Any place that has bull-fighting without bull-killing is not worthy of freedom
Hong Kong: Jackie Chan's treason condemns them the Red Boot
Posted by: Dan tdaxp | Sunday, October 30, 2005
A good chunk of Manchuria along the North Korean border is arguably occupied territory as well.
Posted by: kushibo | Sunday, January 01, 2006
I'm so jealous, you're blocked ;) hehe.
Posted by: Darin | Sunday, January 01, 2006
He didn't speak to anyone from the US, though:
"And lastly, I came to the mind of Paris Hilton. She taught me the secret of fame and adulation without talent and my mind shattered. That most terrible knowledge was too much to carry. . ."
Posted by: Michael | Friday, August 03, 2007
Since my original complaint, tdaxp is now free in China -- but filtered by the US Navy! (I wonder if you can browse this blog from the PLA...)
Catholicgauze  has mentioned that his dream is to have a lead editorial written against him in Antipode. Mine is just to be declared an enemy of a totalitarian state! :-)
The Korean embassy certainly argues that (if sotto voce) ...
Posted by: Dan tdaxp | Saturday, August 04, 2007