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China should be cautious of 'Net mercenaries'

(Xinhua)
Updated: 2011-03-02 16:16

BEIJING -
China should be cautious about "Internet mercenaries", a group of people posting comments online to manipulate public opinion, Zhao Qizheng, spokesman for the annual session of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), said here Wednesday.



The influence of public opinion via the Internet is getting stronger as more and more

people use the channel to exchange views and participate in political issues,
.

Zhao said, noting that China had 457 million Internet users by the end of last year.


"We feel that Internet culture and environment is getting more complicated and

there has emerged a group of people called 'Internet mercenaries'",
.
he said.


Some of them, backed by institutions for certain purposes, disguise them as

ordinary netizens and post comments in order to affect and divert public

opinion, or even disturb government policy-making,
.

he said.

It needs attention and alert from the government, and China lacks legislation in this regard, Zhao said.

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Post time 2011-3-8 06:09:24 |Display all floors
Reposted:

Originally posted by: seneca:

No matter who made what remarks about China's public health services, they are decrepit

and substandard in more than half of all medicare facilities. Some doctors have hardly

better training than had the barefoot quacks during Mew's time. Doctors prescribe too

much medication to fill their own bank accounts. Too much antzibiotics is prescribed,

increasing the health hazards of people.
.


Excerpt:

"China should be cautious of 'Net mercenaries'"


(Xinhua)
Updated: 2011-03-02 16:16


"Zhao Qizheng, spokesman for the annual session of the National Committee of

the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), said here

Wednesday.

China should be cautious about "Internet mercenaries", a group of people posting

comments online to manipulate public opinion
.


The above warning or alert raised by Mr Zhao Qizheng, spokesman for the annual session
of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference
(CPPCC) on "Net Mercenaries" is most timely indeed. These "Net Mercenaries'
agenda working inside China is been precisely highlighted as quoted below.......



Some of them, backed by institutions for certain purposes, disguise

them as ordinary netizens and post comments in order to affect and

divert public opinion, or even disturb government policy-making
.

As being urgently pointed out by Mr Zhao:


It needs attention and alert from the government, and China lacks legislation

in this regard.
.

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Post time 2011-3-8 19:21:55 |Display all floors
Originally posted by seneca (Thread:"China rejects accusation of 'colonialism' in Africa!")

"China clearly is the crux of New Africa's problems - see what happened in Libya!
No other nation had to rescue so many of its compatriots as China.
Will Côte d'Ivoire explode, sending tens of thousands of Chinese adrift?"



Excerpt:

"China should be cautious of 'Net mercenaries'"


(Xinhua)
Updated: 2011-03-02 16:16


"Zhao Qizheng, spokesman for the annual session of the National Committee of the Chinese

People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), said here Wednesday."



China should be cautious about "Internet mercenaries", a group of people posting

comments online to manipulate public opinion
.


Some of them, backed by institutions for certain purposes, disguise

them as ordinary netizens and post comments in order to affect and

divert public opinion, or even disturb government policy-making
.

As being urgently pointed out by Mr Zhao:


It needs attention and alert from the government, and China lacks

legislation in this regard.
.



"Zhao Qizheng, spokesman for the annual session of the National Committee of the Chinese

People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), said here Wednesday."



China should be cautious about "Internet mercenaries", a group of people posting

comments online to manipulate public opinion
.


Some of them, backed by institutions for certain purposes, disguise

them as ordinary netizens and post comments in order to affect and

divert public opinion, or even disturb government policy-making
.

As being urgently pointed out by Mr Zhao:


It needs attention and alert from the government, and China lacks

legislation in this regard.
.


Note:

The above warnings or alerts raised by Mr Zhao Qizheng, spokesman for the annual session

of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference

(CPPCC) on "Net Mercenaries" are most timely indeed. These "Net Mercenaries'

agenda working inside China is been precisely highlighted as quoted above.......


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Reply #4 seneca's post

If CD would conduct a review of all the previous postings by seneca, the "obvious trouble-marker" would easily be
determined.


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Post time 2011-3-9 00:51:23 |Display all floors
don't worried with these political proselytizers.

It only signals the great importance attached by the hearings since they now realizing the China's role in the world.

And we can leave them even more envious, making China a stronger country economically, and social achievements and most importantly, without bowing down to their ideological bla-bla-blas. That's the point.

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Post time 2011-3-9 01:22:51 |Display all floors
Reposted:

Originally posted by seneca

'Africa for Africans, China for Chinese'.



My questions are:

1. Why and what were the White-men doing in Africa for more than 100 years?

2. Who turned the Black Africans into slaves?



Excerpt:

"China should be cautious of 'Net mercenaries"


(Xinhua)
Updated: 2011-03-02 16:16


"Zhao Qizheng, spokesman for the annual session of the National Committee of the Chinese

People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), said here Wednesday."



China should be cautious about "Internet mercenaries", a group of people posting

comments online to manipulate public opinion
.


Some of them, backed by institutions for certain purposes, disguise

them as ordinary netizens and post comments in order to affect and

divert public opinion, or even disturb government policy-making
.

As being urgently pointed out by Mr Zhao:


It needs attention and alert from the government, and China lacks

legislation in this regard.
.

Note:

The above warnings or alerts raised by Mr Zhao Qizheng, spokesman for the annual session

of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference

(CPPCC) on "Net Mercenaries" are most timely indeed. These "Net Mercenaries'

agenda working inside China is been precisely highlighted as quoted above.......


[ Last edited by sansukong at 2011-3-10 09:37 AM ]

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Reply #8 seneca's post

Dung Hole Beetle: You have not answered the questions below!


Originally posted by seneca

'Africa for Africans, China for Chinese'.



My questions are:

1. Why and what were the White-men doing in Africa for more than 100 years?

2. Who turned the Black Africans into slaves?



"China should be cautious of 'Net mercenaries"


(Xinhua)
Updated: 2011-03-02 16:16


"Zhao Qizheng, spokesman for the annual session of the National Committee of the Chinese




China should be cautious about "Internet mercenaries", a group of people posting

comments online to manipulate public opinion
.


Some of them, backed by institutions for certain purposes, disguise

them as ordinary netizens and post comments in order to affect and

divert public opinion, or even disturb government policy-making
.

[ Last edited by sansukong at 2011-3-10 09:38 AM ]

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