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Note to Xi Jinping and the Communist Chinese Politburo: IF you believed in the morality of your political and social system, YOU could handle a little bit of criticism but YOU don’t

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“Note to Xi Jinping and the Communist Chinese Politburo: IF you believed in the morality of your political and social system, YOU could handle a little bit of criticism but YOU don’t” by Chef Itzi Nakamura




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Next year’s Super Bowl: San Francisco 49ers v. New England Patriots- I’m on the record NOW
Kihei, HI 96753, 10-10-2019 Thursday:  You know…before we enter today’s conversation regarding the corruption of China and of America’s governing class wanting to kiss their butts, I want to say this: the San Francisco 49ers with Jimmy Garoppolo under center and the New England Patriots with Tom Brady on the other side are going to meet in the upcoming Super Bowl.  I think many of us sense this is on the horizon and that it’s going to happen.  The 49ers are back and the Patriots are going to have an undefeated regular season with San Fran being close behind, maybe 15-1.  Whether either team will go undefeated through to the Super Bowl remains to be seen but I think the two are on a collision course winner takes all in February 2020 in what could be one of the all-time greatest confrontations in sports history.    
If you read our blog, you know I am a big Seattle Seahawks fan; however, I think since the ‘Hawks lost to the Patriots a few years back in the Super Bowl, they have been casting about, at a loss, sans any energy.  Sure, Russell Wilson can put points on the board but he also can do some truly inexplicable things[i] (as can Coach Pete Carroll) that cost the team important victories, as well as deflates the fans, because their mistakes ALMOST or does cost them victories that they won’t be in a Super Bowl anytime soon.
Anyhow, the last time we went to Vegas, we put money on the Super Bowl and I think the game will be one for the books- if it does indeed happen.  I think it will be an exciting matchup of the old dog against the young one, especially since the younger one kept the older one in the Super Bowl hunt after he could not play for four games due to Deflate-gate.  Whoever comes out on top will be the all-time champion but I sure as heck think it will be a good one either way. 
Let’s face it, folks: ANY Super Bowl must be better than last year’s farce, gosh what a cluster-fluck that one was.  Boring, boring, and boring, and more fatiguing to watch than working a 20-hour workday. 
Moving on: there is much wailing about the NBA and China.  The NBA plays numerous exhibition games in the communist country and hopes to tap into the market there because the population is so massive, the NBA sees dollar signs (well, yuan signs) flashing in their eyes. 
The question is, at what point do American industries and sports leagues[ii] sell out to the communists instead of standing up for personal freedoms and liberties?  If the NBA continues going down this path of supporting ALL-things China over doing what’s morally right, we won’t be watching their games anymore.   I guess we will be watching more NHL games so bar patrons- get ready for a switch.
IF Donald J. Goober is doing one thing correct, he is trying to put China in its place.[iii]  The Chinese do not as of now rule the world nor do we; however, we do our best to support personal freedoms and individual rights around the world while Red China continues doing everything it can to restrict said freedoms and rights while using American-made technology and its Google allies to do it. 
Truth be told, the only thing that separates North Korea from China is standard of living.  While North Korea does everything it can to prevent foreign influences and outside businesses entering its country, China welcomes them so it can corrupt or influence them into selling out whatever principles said foreign companies held prior to entering the Chinese market.  Look at what they do to American companies- practically rape them as the price to play. 
This is why there are so many problems in the world.  The Chinese have done everything possible to corrupt and subvert the free nations of the world all the while spreading influence and power to and throughout the Third World and anywhere else weak leaders and corrupt countries welcome them.  Africa and Latin America are crawling with Le Chinois.   
Hong Kong has become a big sticking point for many free-thinking Americans.  The Chinese PROMISED the people of Hong Kong 50 years of integration[iv] so that the two systems could become one.  Well, once more, the Chinese have demonstrated that their ‘promises’ are about as worthless as thrice-used toilet paper because right now, they are waging war against the people in the streets.  Shame on China. 
If the Politburo and Xi Jinping TRULY believed in the integrity and honesty of their system, they could afford to tolerate a certain amount of criticism.  Sadly, that is not the case.  The Chinese cannot abide ANY criticism and so are breaking the spirit of the people of Hong Kong while instituting social shaming at home on the mainland as it and its Google allies create a social media apparatus so frightening and so intrusive that it can shame people into obeying its every edict. 
We liberals believe George Orwell foresaw the future when he wrote “1984[v].”  We believe the Chinese are on the cusp of transforming not only their neck of the woods but the entire planet into their oppressive, omnipotent police state-style system that if the Free World does not begin pushing back and calling them out on it, we will see freedom and liberty begin to dissipate as the unholy alliance of Google and Communist China take over our world.    
China, a word of advice: enter the First World or buzz the heck off.  See you tomorrow for the Pau Hana Friday Edition of the blog (although we NEVER take a day off here).   Happy birthday, BB!  Love ya and God bless.  Aloha.  
Itzi Nakamura
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I must say I am amazed that the AICP-END Blog would send up-and-coming Bakersfield, California, street artist, the amazing Simone to Maui to do some photographic portraits of me.  We have moved in this direction since politics have turned millions of people against one another and it is important for us as employers and as private people with families to protect, that we begin covering our actual identities from those seeking to cause us problems.  I must say, Simone has done an outstanding job and this is a caricature of me that meets with my approval.  My husband and I live and own a restaurant in Kihei, Hawaii, and have also worked in institutional cooking at Maui’s premier hospital up in Wailuku.
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10-10-2019 Thursday—Political Topics and Essays, Part MCMLIII: “Note to Xi Jinping and the Communist Chinese Politburo: IF you believed in the morality of your political and social system, YOU could handle a little bit of criticism but YOU don’t” by Chef Itzi Nakamura.    
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TODAY IN HISTORY—OCTOBER 10, 2019:







A.   1787: Amsterdam surrenders to a Prussian invasion army.
B.    1839: British troops under the command of General Charles Napier occupy Beirut, Lebanon.
C.   1845: The Navy established the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland.
D.   1846: William Lassell discovers the massive moon of Neptune, Triton.
E.    1865: John Wesley Hyatt patented the billiard ball.
F.    1872: In Auburn, N.Y., the 24th U.S. Secretary of State William H. Seward died.  He originally served under President Abraham Lincoln and then under President Andrew Johnson (who inherited him).  Seward served from 03-06-1861 to 03-04-1869.
G.   1874: The island of Fiji becomes a British possession. 
H.   1886: The tuxedo dinner jacket made its American debut in New York City.
I.      1887: Thomas Edison organized the Edison Phonograph Company.
J.     1911: California voters approved Proposition 4, giving women the right to vote and Proposition 7, which established the initiative process for proposing and enacting new laws.  Elsewhere, revolutionaries led by Sun Yat-sen overthrew the crumbling Manchu Dynasty.
K.   1913: When President Woodrow Wilson sent a signal via telegraph from the White House by telegraph, which set off an explosion that destroyed portions of the Gamboa dike, he effectively completed the Panama Canal.
L.    1914: During World War I, German forces rout the Belgians outside Antwerp.
M.  1923: For the first time in World Series history, the New York Yankees and the New York Giants become the first two teams to play back-to-back-to-back World Series.  This one was also the FIRST World Series to take place at Yankees Stadium.
N.   1926: In the 23rd World Series, the St. Louis Cardinals beat the New York Yankees, 4 games to three.
O.   1931: In the 28th World Series, the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Philadelphia Athletics 4 games to three.
P.    1933: Dreft, the first synthetic detergent went on sale.
Q.   1935: The George Gershwin opera, “Porgy and Bess,” featuring an all-Black cast, opened on Broadway; it ran for 124 performances.  Meanwhile, the League of Nations denounces the Italian invasion of Abyssinia.
R.   1937: In the 34th World Series, the New York Yankees beat the New York Giants 4 games to one.
S.    1938: Nazi Germany completed its annexation of Czechoslovakia’s Sudetenland.
T.    1943: Chiang Ka-shek took the oath of office as president of China.
U.   1945: In the 42nd World Series, the Detroit Tigers beat the Chicago Cubs 4 games to three.  Elsewhere, Alan Cartwright, future bassist with Procol Harum, was born in England on this date.
V.   1949: AICP-END blogger, chef, and bartender Bea O’Malley was born on this date in Wasco, California.
W. 1951: In the 48th World Series, the New York Yankees beat the New York Giants 4 games to two.
X.   1954: Following on the retreat of French-and-Colonial troops, Ho Chi Minh and his Viet Minh supporters enter Hanoi.  Elsewhere, future vocalist with the Los Angeles rock band, Van HalenDavid Lee Roth—is born in the USA on this date.
Y.   1956: In the 53rd World Series, the New York Yankees beat the Brooklyn Dodgers 4 games to three.
Z.    1957: President Dwight D. Eisenhower apologized to the finance minister of Ghana, Komla Agbeli Gbdemah, after foodservers at a Howard Johnson’s restaurant near Dover, Delaware refused to seat the visiting official in the establishment's dining room.  Elsewhere, in the 54th World Series, the Milwaukee Braves beat the New York Yankees 4 games to three.
AA.        1959: Pan American World Airways announced the beginning of the first global airline service.
BB.         1962: President John F. Kennedy, responding to the Thalidomide birth defects crisis, signed an amendment to the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act requiring pharmaceutical companies to prove that their products are SAFE prior to marketing them. 
CC.        1965: The Red Baron made his first appearance in the “Peanuts” comic strip.
DD.        1967: The Outer Space Treaty, which prohibits the placing of weapons of mass destruction on the moon or elsewhere in space, entered into force.
EE.         1968: In the 65th World Series, the Detroit Tigers beat the St. Louis Cardinals 4 games to three.
FF.          1973: Fiji became independent after nearly a century of British rule. Meanwhile, Vice President Spiro T. Agnew, accused of accepting bribes, pleaded no contest to one count of federal income tax evasion, and resigned his office.
GG.       1976: Beijing reports the arrest of Mao Zedong’s widow on charges of corruption and treason[vi].
HH.       1977: Joe Namath played the last game of his National Football League career.  
II.   1978: Steve Perry joins the San Francisco band, Journey.  Elsewhere, President Jimmy Carter signed a bill authorizing the Susan B. Anthony dollar.
JJ. 1979: The British rock band Fleetwood Mac gets a star on Hollywood Boulevard.
KK.       1984: The U.S. Congress passed the 2nd Boland Amendment, which outlawed the solicitation of 3rd-party countries to support the Contras.  The amendment barred the use of funds available to the CIA, defense, or intelligence agencies for ‘supporting, directly or indirectly, military or paramilitary operations in Nicaragua by any nation, group, organization, or individual.”
LL.         1985: U.S. fighter jets forced an Egyptian plane carrying the Muslim hijackers of the Italian cruise liner the Achille Lauro to land in Italy, where law enforcement then took the worthless scumbag murderers into custody.  Elsewhere, actor-director Orson Welles died in Los Angeles at age 70 while actor Yul Brynner died in New York at age 65.
MM.     1987: Tom McClean finished rowing across the Atlantic Ocean.  He set the record at 54 days and 18 hours.
NN.        1995: Israel begins its pullout from the West Bank and frees hundreds of Palestinian prisoners.
OO.       2001: President George W. Bush unveiled a list of 22 most-wanted Islamist terrorists, including Osama bin Laden. 
PP.          2006: Google buys YouTube.com for $1.6 billion.
QQ.       2010: Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, celebrates its 1,000th anniversary as a city.
RR.        2012: In the U.S. President Obama nominates John R. Allen as Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR), with General Joseph Dunford positioned to succeed Allen in his previous post of commander of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in Afghanistan.
SS.2013: The second American to orbit the Earth—astronaut Scott Carpenter who did so on Mercury 7—dies at the age of 88 from complications related to a stroke.
TT.         2014: North Korean observers puzzle about the whereabouts of ‘Great Leader’ Kim Jong-Un or what might have happened to him as he fails to show up at festivities of the North Korean Workers Party.  No one has seen the fat little thug since early September leading to the questions about his ‘condition.’  (We know he fears assassination).











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[i] Anyone care to remember Super Bowl XLIX?  The Seahawks had a win, all they had to do was to run the clock out and pound in a touchdown but oh no, Russell Wilson makes a pass instead which the damned New England Patriots intercept and bring to an end any hope of a Seattle Seahawk dynasty.  They have not been right since.  The final score in that tragic Super Bowl: New England 28, Seattle Seahawks 24. 
[ii] Communists have always said that the Free World will sell them the rope they will use to hang us and this is true.  I would think the time has arrived for American industries and sports leagues to tell the Chinese ‘thanks but no thanks.  Either you open yourselves up or you go back to being the outcasts of the world.’  We should pull ALL American industries OUT of China and should permit NO more to go overseas to places like China.  Enough is enough.
[iii] Whether you like President Goober or you don’t, he is doing the Lord’s work here in punishing China.  They need to play by the rules the rest of the world’s nations do or disengage themselves and do business within their limited circle.
[iv] The Communist Chinese did promise via treaty the people of Hong Kong of a half-century of overlapping the political and legal systems but oh, no, the Chinese are trying to force themselves onto a free people.  This cannot end well and I believe the Red Chinese are going to pay a bigger price on the world stage, one that their new hypersonic multi-warhead missiles systems won’t be able to fix (for them).  Wise up, Beijing, the world is turning against you.
[v] I think if the author were alive today, he would point a finger directly at China as being the number one nation reinforcing his storyline. 
[vi] The Communist Chinese arrested the widow of Mao on corruption charges.  If the widow of the Founder is not safe, tell me who the hell is? 

























































































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The Climax Blues Band released their next album in 2004, “Big Blues—the Songs of Willie Dixon.”  The same lineup as appeared on “Blues from the Attic” is here, which is a sweet-and-sour proposition.  Colin Cooper handles all vocal duties and the band does not seem the same without Peter Haycock doing the guitar duties but it is what it is, folks.  We hope you will seek the CD out by using the link we provide you here so you can hear the great works of Willie Dixon as interpreted by this awesome British blues unit—you will be so glad you did.


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Mountain released their next archival live album, “Setlist: The Very Best of Mountain Live” on July 12, 2011.  This album features the original line-up of Leslie West (guitars/vocals), Felix Pappalardi (bass/keyboards/guitars/vocals), Corky Laing (drums and percussion), and Steve Knight (keyboards).  This album is a great one, one we hope everyone will seek out and consider adding to their collection as we have as it features the band at its best, performing the hard rock that made them into a ‘living’ legend.


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