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The Chinese Communist Party Pulls Out all the Stops to Block a “Color Revolution” in China

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posted on Jul, 13 2005 @ 11:53 PM
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The Chinese Communist Party Pulls Out all the Stops to Block a “Color Revolution” in China



The “Color Revolutions” occurring in Central Asian countries has caused panic within the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). In late May, Hu Jintao, CCP General Secretary, issued an internal order to implement policies aimed at preventing the U.S. and Europe from starting Color Revolutions in regions surrounding China. The report, disseminated all the way down to the county-level, ordered strict controls over the media, strengthening of the monitoring and control of dissidents and civil rights advocates, and a complete review and closure of all companies printing dissident materials.

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posted on Jul, 14 2005 @ 11:34 PM
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Very good read.

I find that article completly relevent and informative. It all makes sense. I don`t think this will start any wars, however. I believe if the Chinese government begins to commit more humanity crimes against its people then they will find themselves more isolated from the rest of the industrialized world. Eventually the people will revolt and a possible civil war will ensue. But I don`t think the Chinese government will start any outside wars about this as long as no one attacks them. In the end (long term) the Chinese government will eventually have to change and hopefully the people will regain power of their country.



posted on Jul, 15 2005 @ 11:28 AM
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Didn't you read about this last week, china has been forming groups of Internet police to control and regulate what people watch online and what they do. Words like freedom, democracy and others are forbidden to be entered in internet searches. Censorship in China has never been stronger than now, the question is how long before the people say enough?



 
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