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I would request that this piece of info below be forwarded to Mr Zhao Qizheng, spokesman for
the annual session of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative
Conference (CPPCC) as one of his case studies, if it will. Of course, this info can be
ascertained by expanding or enlarging upon further investigations.
Originally posted by seneca : Thread:"BBC: Biased Broadcasting Corporation -- at it Again!"
So just because the Xinhua has never been critisied publicly
by Hu or Wen is proof that Xinhua is the world's leading news source?
And it does mater what the BBC is doing...to the peoples in far-flung Asia.
What a pity the same can't be said of Xinhua. (Not to the peoples in Asia nor to peoples in the West)
You owe the educated among us forumites a convincing and unassailable explanation of why or how
you think our governments removed freedom of information from us citizens.
No western government that I know curtails access to foreign media; no country in the West whose
citizenship I enjoyed or still enjoy has ever tied me to any single source of public and political news.
I think that compares rather favourably with China even at this relatively open stage where in theory
you can browse on the websites of a (limited) number of foreign media outlets; try to subscribe to a
western magazine or daily, and see what awaits you, though!
Timbuktosser and the Peter Duo are the new Chinese thought coppers in the Chinese media; their
mission is to provoke strife and confrontation to PROVE to the world at large that dis.sent actually
is TOLERATED now in the Chinese 'media'.
Yes, SInging Avatar, CHina is globally suspected of having hacked into computers
in 103 countries. Thanks for tipping us off.
I want to say it loud and clear:
"I LOVE BBC!"
Now get the message right, Bloody 35! Youcan't irk uswith your silly posts.
It's a pity anyone takes these artificial characters seriously.
Yes, Toto The Hog,
keep the BBC in the news.
IT's their best promotion.
"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
It needs attention and alert from the government, and China lacks
legislation in this regard.
Note of Concern:
It can be seen from the above quoted statement, the apprehension tabled by Mr Zhao Qizheng,
spokesman for the annual session of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political
Consultative Conference on "Net Mercenaries", is indeed well founded as the case in point
herewith clearly illustrates. For China, this threat is real and the enactment of legislation
required to combat such malice is imminent, not to say the least!