Saturday, January 12, 2013

Free press in China?

Free press in China?

In commie-led China as incomes rise a natural by-product of earned wealth is the desire for greater freedoms.  With this new affluence many in China now travel abroad and see firsthand the freedoms enjoyed in other nations.  They have to wonder why they too do not enjoy the same freedoms.  Chinese students study in universities in many countries enjoying abundant freedoms only dreamed about in The Middle Kingdom (China). 

Riots are breaking out all over China for various reasons as the people exercise a right to address their government.  Recently there have been large demonstrations by newspaper reporters across China protesting the commie government intrusion into their business; they are demanding to be free of government control.  In a commie-led land?  Yes (是)!

The commie authorities in Guangdong Province are accused of censoring an article in Nanfang Zhoumo (Southern Weekly - 南方周末) which caused demonstrations for freedom of the press.  This has led newspapers in other Chinese cities to protest the government control also. 

There is light at the end of the commie tunnel in China.  It starts with freedom of the press which in essence creates a ripple effect in the freedom pond.  Good news for the people of China.   

Text of the mock newspaper used in this video:

“China, The Middle Kingdom, commie-led China has given way to freedom of press.  The government has grown up and allowed the news media to be free of commie thugs.  The good people of China are now allowed to join the vast majority of the world by enjoying a free press.

Along with their new found wealth the citizens of China are free to print and read media reports not censored by the Communist Party.  That light at the end of the tunnel seems to be getting brighter.”    

Vietnam (communist Vietnam):  The government declared 14 “democracy activists” guilty of subversion and sentenced them to jail terms ranging from three to thirteen years. 
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