Sunday, December 04, 2005

Hong Kong blacklists WTO protesters

Looks like a city after the Bush regime's own heart.

The Hong Kong government has denied the existence of any blacklist.

But the South China Morning Post reported police had used pictures of protesters at last month's Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) forum in the South Korean city of Pusan to help them build such a list.

Recent reports have suggested some 3000 Korean farmers may travel to Hong Kong to protest during the WTO summit, which will gather ministers from around the world to try to hammer out deals to open up trade in farm and industrial goods and services.

Looks like they'll get a protest anyway. I doubt the SK farmers are on any sort of 'troublemakers list'.

Hong Kong blacklists WTO protesters
BTW, Cheney's sure to note how this goes.


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