Friday, December 16, 2011
China, commie-led land, had or has free speech?
The Constitution of the People’s Republic of China (commie led China dominated by the Communist Party) in Chapter II, Article 35, reads:
“Citizens of the People’s Republic of China enjoy freedom of speech, of the press, of assembly, of association, of procession and or demonstration.”
Huh? Have the commie gangsters in Beijing in charge of the thugocracy read Article 35 of their Constitution?
Beijing announced new and additional curbs on television (TV), and blogging (the Internet). The commies are calling for tighter control over the Internet and punish those who spread harmful information. “Punish” seems to be their favorite word.
The commies are trying to root out excessive vulgar tendencies in the entertainment industry. Rather than violate their own constitution, how about honoring international law and obeying copyright and stop pirating the filth coming out of Hollywood? Hollywood is a cesspool of filth, stop that illegal invasion first.
One microbloger in China was quoted as saying this would be harmful to free speech? “Harmful to free speech? Where has he been living? What free speech in commie-led China?
This new and additional crackdown seems to be a result of the uprisings in the Middle East. The Middle Kingdom has no desire to repeat what happened in the Middle East.
This kind of censorship, oppression are only the actions of an illegitimate and insecure government, a communist government run by gangsters.
The article referenced in this video from The Dallas Morning News (DMN), reprinted from The New York Times (NYT), titled “Beijing slaps new curbs on TV, blogging.”
Link to news article related to this video”
Posted by Tony aka: PropagandaBuster at 3:19 PM
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