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Post time 2006-1-11 09:00:57 |Display all floors
Communist China human right abuses leave a lot to be desired.  China is not free and still have a long way to go before it can join the international community.  There is also no freedom of religion in China.

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Post time 2006-1-11 09:09:47 |Display all floors
i don't agree ur opinoin, but partly is true.
everything has two sides, when we focus on the bad side, we should rethink the good side.

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Post time 2006-1-11 09:27:17 |Display all floors
Originally posted by jadeemperor at 2006-1-11 09:00
Communist China human right abuses leave a lot to be desired.  China is not free and still have a long way to go before it can join the international community.  There is also no freedom of religio ...


Ok, that's nice...
Now tell us something we don't already know.
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Post time 2006-1-11 11:02:35 |Display all floors
Too bad you think so.

To me, everything is OK. I don't care it's communism or capitalism, as long as my salary is rising, I'm satisfied.

Religion? What is it? Can you tell me: dose God creates human beings, or human beings create God. From my point of view, religion is just a kind of guide line. So, no need to believe in one specific religion, just follow your conscience.

btw, the biggest problem of religion is exclusive, you are limited to that specific religion. Is that a good example of freedom? Look back the history, how many wars happend due to religious difference?

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Post time 2006-1-11 11:55:41 |Display all floors
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Post time 2006-1-11 12:44:28 |Display all floors

have anyone read the Gaozhicheng letter yet?

I received a unsolicited email two days ago, after reading it, i couldn't sleep.

if the content is true, I believe no one here could be complacent or optimistic about China's human rights situation.

I will just give a hint of what it was about, the lawyer Gaozhicheng did some research on how people of a cult were treated. It was the most gruesome you could possibly imagine. the gruesomeness of dark age Europe in treating non-believers could be just one tenth of what's being told in the email.

Ignorance is a blessing.

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Post time 2006-1-11 13:59:27 |Display all floors
I would rephrase your statements somewhat:

The state capitalist autocracy of China leaves a lot to be desired concerning its application of human rights, just like many other nations (for a list, see AI:s publications). China of today is freer than ever before, and in many regards more free than many a Western democracy, although also China has its share of unfreeness. China has since long joined the international community, and this collaboration is growing deeper for every day that goes by. Also, there is religious freedom in China, although as in most countries there are laws in place to regulate how religious organizations may operate (and to make the point clear: religious groups may not challenge the authority, and may not be led by foreign leaders).

Such a phrasing is more sophisticated and much closer to the truth than your provocative troll post.
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