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Here's that China Post editorial:

You the man! I used the China Post search engine, then used Google - and still came up with zip. How'd you find it?

I entered "A drillmaster was recently arrested for participating in an anti-President Chen Shui-bian rally" (minus the quotation marks) into this "version" of Google:

Trying it out without the "intl/en/" actually brought up your "Military Situation - Sino-Taiwanese" category page as the single result, but when I clicked the "重新尋找" link (Hanzi version of "repeat the search with the omitted results included"), the China Post article was down below.

If anybody has trouble seeing through the China Post's silly argument, try this. Tung's words would only be "remind[ing] the public of a danger" if he were either in a neutral position or on Chen's side. However, both he and the China Post are smackdab in the middle of the redshirts; therefore, his and perhaps *their* words could only be interpreted as threats. Go directly to jail. Do not pass go. Do not collect $200.

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