Thursday, June 21, 2007

Statement on Communist China's recent commitment to 'crack down' on slavery.

-- Virtual Pensacola

The Dominion of British West Florida welcomes the recent announcement on state controlled television by the government of Communist China that it will “Strike hard against law-breaking and crime and criminal forces, and rescue all the victims”.

We are encouraged that Premier Wen Jiabao chaired a meeting of the State Council Standing Committee, or cabinet, which heard of a gruesome chain of abuses. Following the meeting state television news reported: “In the Shanxi black kilns there were not only grave illegal employment problems, but also criminal forces abducting, restricting personal freedom, using coerced labor, employing children and maliciously wounding to the point of death."

Communist China still has a long and difficult path ahead as it strives to join the civilized world, but brave and honest actions like this bring hope to the people of mainland China, the Dominion of British West Florida, and the world.

The Government of the Dominion of British West Florida calls upon the World Trade Organization to provide assistance to Communist China in monitoring its success and eliminating slave labour.

Bo Register, Marquess of Mobile, Baron Von Servers of Fayette,
Acting Governor-General, His Grace being in Georgia,
in Service to The Dominion of British West Florida

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