Monday, February 13, 2006

New law could ban US servers in China

New law could ban US servers in China

I'm not sure how I feel about this move by the government.
Personally I don't think any organization should welcome doing business in China if they have to deal with the government.

The government's evil doings may be exaggerated but the reports of atrocity aren't totally untrue.

On the other hand, I've always felt that a little capitalism goes a long way towards affecting change in communist countries. Sadly it starts as an underground thing or with the top government pleebs or both.

But on the other hand, being a Christian brings up mixed feelings. On one hand they have been reported to openly abusing, jailing, and killing Christians. The government believes they Christians pose a threat. On the flip side, Christians are called to go where they can, share what they can and pray for everyone, especially those that would persecute them.

If my job called me to go to China, I'd have to pray about it, but I'm going to believe that God would use me there in some way.

So I'll say a prayer knowing that God will make good use of whatever happens in the future.

Google and Yahoo, spread your wings but respect the values you claim to have.

tojosan

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