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Remember Liangzai...

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And no....I am not the internet police...

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Post time 2006-10-29 18:08:27 |Display all floors
Originally posted by chairman at 2006-10-29 19:45
I wonder if there should not be an investigation of Amnesty International..
based on the working relationship with Google for Police Records..
International Police Records..
could be a few more guilty here to face the chopper..


How come it is just you, or China, which seems to have a problem with Amnesty?

The rest of the world seems to be able to co-exist with Amnesty.
Sure, they might criticise the USA over Guantanamo, or Australia over refugee policies, but we deserve some of this criticism and to have the spotlight turned on these important issues.
Our politicians might have a bit of a grumble and argue about Amnesty's findings, but we don't then go an arrest the Amnesty International people. We're a bit more mature than that.

How mature are you about a bit of criticism, Chairman?

JB

PS, Liangzai made a very good comment about signing on to the "Internet" and its free exchange of ideas and views. If you don't like the rules, then pull the plug out entirely.

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OK..Emucentral

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Post time 2006-10-29 18:27:52 |Display all floors
Originally posted by chairman at 2006-10-29 18:00

people have a right to be FREE..


Yes, that is what we keep telling you!

But you insist that Chinese people are NOT free to read the BBC on the net (the rest of the world doesn't have any problem whatsoever with the BBC), that Chinese people are NOT free to read Amnesty, Google or even Wikipedia.

So let the people free, if that is what you want.
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Aright....

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