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China intensifies internet crackdown

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http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/651b7022-1eb7-11e3-b80b-00144feab7de.html#axzz2f6Wq0CMV

The Chinese government has intensified its crackdown on the internet, describing online criticism of the ruling Communist party as illegal and airing a televised confession from one of the country’s most popular online commentators.

An article in Monday’s edition of the influential party journal “Seeking Truth” described online criticism of the party and government as “defamation”, while Chinese-American investor and internet personality Charles Xue appeared on state television in handcuffs on Sunday to praise new legislation that in effect criminalises online dissent.

Clear result of why you shouldn't trust Communists.

Ever.

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Hey China, communism sucks! Especially the current ruling party. That means you!

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If the Chinese want to be anti-social that's ok,but one of these days their people are going to get real humpty-backed and Rebel.

Does anyone know what happened to the guy who stood in front of a tank,in Taianaman Square a few years ago.

Perhaps that's why they have a million strong Army to stop guys who are brave enough to speak out.

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If the Chinese want to be anti-social that's ok,but one of these days their people are going to get real humpty-backed and Rebel.

Does anyone know what happened to the guy who stood in front of a tank,in Taianaman Square a few years ago.

Perhaps that's why they have a million strong Army to stop guys who are brave enough to speak out.

There have been stories circulating about the tank-man.

The truth of the matter is no one knows exactly what happened to him.

It's entirely possible he got silenced via labor camp or execution.

And perhaps that is why they have a strong army.

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There have been stories circulating about the tank-man.

The truth of the matter is no one knows exactly what happened to him.

It's entirely possible he got silenced via labor camp or execution.

And perhaps that is why they have a strong army.

There have been stories circulating about the tank-man.

The truth of the matter is no one knows exactly what happened to him.

It's entirely possible he got silenced via labor camp or execution.

And perhaps that is why they have a strong army.

There have been stories circulating about the tank-man.

The truth of the matter is no one knows exactly what happened to him.

It's entirely possible he got silenced via labor camp or execution.

And perhaps that is why they have a strong army.

There have been stories circulating about the tank-man.

The truth of the matter is no one knows exactly what happened to him.

It's entirely possible he got silenced via labor camp or execution.

And perhaps that is why they have a strong army.

Tks friend, I guess its called "Protecting the people,from the people".

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Tks friend, I guess its called "Protecting the people,from the people".

Amen.

Let's just hope the rest of the countries in the world don't go as south as China.

Cheers.

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Dam communist

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