Saturday, December 26, 2009

Bruce Lee: The First Chinese Anti-Global Governance Celebrity. Chinese And Judaic Relations? Not A Chinaman's Chance

Januray's newsletter takes a look at what the upcoming year 2010 will hand the New Strategic Concept of NATO, Transatlantic Relations and Global Governance in regards to China.

A most notable lens to view this through is, via hands down, the Twentieth Century's most prominent Chinese Philosopher and Artist, Mr. Bruce Lee.

Today, in the 21st Century, Mr. Bruce Lee stands as the paradox of 20th century Chinese and Judaic relations. A taboo subject only mentioned behind closed doors as light conversation, it alludes to the heavy and controversial real politik between Western and Eastern relations.

It is this history that came to a climax at the death of Mr. Bruce Lee. It was this uncertainty even after the release of the causes of his death that submersed a deeper concilement of politics on the worlds theatrical and political stage.

As the 2008 Beijng Olympics affirmed, China will always remember their ironman, Mr. Bruce Lee. And most importantly will never forget Western historical affluence in Asian culture particularly as the West Entered China's Most Inspiring Dragon.

This remembrance has had a devastating affect towards a new peace and security strategic concept...

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