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Post time 2012-7-26 15:31:05 |Display all floors
This post was edited by exportedkiwi at 2012-7-26 14:32

I find it strange, this announcement, because even Mr Wen Jia Bao speaks to netizens from time to time, online and asks of their concerns etc. I also find it strange that Chinese folks can criticise foreign leaders etc, but not their own......reeks of.......what was that word again?


Oh, right, censorship!

But then, what's new in China with the culling of youtube and facebook.

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Post time 2012-7-26 21:30:33 |Display all floors
This post was edited by 468259058 at 2012-7-26 21:41
ktbond Post time: 2012-7-26 15:17
The ultimate question is:  Of all the so called disclosures put on the internet, what were the per ...


If sth happened, I often get information from those so called rumors in forums.

For example: One of the party and government leaders of our city, Jinan, exploded his mistress in July 9, 2007. Nearly 40 people died in the flood of our city, Jinan, in July 23, 2007.

The 2 accidents shocked me a lot that time.

The newspaper of Communist Party committee of Shandong province, Dazhong Daily, told big lies that day.  (Of course I have evidence, so  I dare to say that Dazhong daily Newspaper told big lies. News report said that workers went back to Yinzuo (inzone) supermarket when Yinzuo was in the water. How dare the newspaper tell lies?) We can get very few information from newspapers, so I, my friends, people including many government officials in local government had to get information from rumors in forums, such as Tianya, Xcar, etc.

Oh, it reminds me that Jinan police arrested a girl who wrote sth about that flood accident on the internet. Later, Jinan police released that girl after many people on the internet asked the local police to release that girl.


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Post time 2012-7-26 21:39:02 |Display all floors
This post was edited by 468259058 at 2012-7-26 21:39
ktbond Post time: 2012-7-26 15:17
The ultimate question is:  Of all the so called disclosures put on the internet, what were the per ...


For example:

When Chongqing politicial fighting accident happened in 2012, I did search information from those so called rumors on the internet. And I  used to believe those so called rumors more than the anouncements of our government.


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Post time 2012-7-26 21:45:39 |Display all floors
This post was edited by 468259058 at 2012-7-26 21:49

So, Let me tell you why Beijing police launch Internet restrictions?

Don't you know the latest flood of Beijing?

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How did I know the latest flood in Beijing?
I did search information including pics and video from those so called rumors in forums.
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Post time 2012-7-26 22:38:13 |Display all floors
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Hey but what do I know, huh?

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Post time 2012-7-27 11:47:41 |Display all floors
This post was edited by ktbond at 2012-7-27 11:51

Mr. digitis:

Your three posts (#23-#25 inclusive) are not much different from drivel as they all failed to properly address my question in post #21.

Please try again and do better this time.

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Post time 2012-7-29 06:24:43 |Display all floors

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