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China hires Net squad to sway opinion from <The Times of India>

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posted on Nov, 23 2005 @ 04:55 PM
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Originally posted by NotheRaGe
If i were to answer evry thread on every typical "CCP vs free world" thread it will take out my whole evening. Not only outnumbered, we are also forced to fight a war on many fronts(so many threads).


Can't win when your government can't control the content, can you?

And the Truth shall set you free!




posted on Nov, 23 2005 @ 04:56 PM
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Originally posted by chinawhite
why would a government hire someone to post propaganda.?

thats the most stupid thing i ever heard of

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EDIT: actually a few members here i think are hired by taipei to paint taiwan as a independent country.

just my observations

[edit on 16-9-2005 by chinawhite]


I wonder when the lovers of totalitarianism and their agents will understand that you don't have to pay people to preach an ideology of FREEDOM!



posted on Nov, 23 2005 @ 04:58 PM
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Originally posted by thematrix

Most of the blocking of internet traffic they do is limit acces to US websites like Whitehouse.gov for foreign IP's.

During the 2004 elections, nearly all GOV sites were blocked and Bush's website was blocked.


Wow! I just had no problem logging on to the White House website. I do remember not being able to access President Bush's campaign website, but I seriously doubt the government had anything to do with that. Other than that, I have never had a problem accessing a U.S.-based website.



posted on Nov, 23 2005 @ 05:00 PM
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I live in a country where things are NOT blocked. I can even read the ChiCom trash in China freely. Sadly, the ChiCom government routinely blocks Taiwanese websites.



posted on Nov, 23 2005 @ 10:23 PM
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ludahai,

Dont look down on other people. Because everyone knows australia is better than taiwan



posted on Nov, 24 2005 @ 10:01 AM
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Keep this on topic.

ludahai, why do you refuse to answer my questions? Would you mind taking the time to do this?

How do you know your Government doesn't block you from seeing a website? If they do, you can't see it and will only know if you have been shown every site in relation to Taiwan - which I doubt.



posted on Nov, 24 2005 @ 06:08 PM
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Originally posted by Odium
Keep this on topic.

ludahai, why do you refuse to answer my questions? Would you mind taking the time to do this?

How do you know your Government doesn't block you from seeing a website? If they do, you can't see it and will only know if you have been shown every site in relation to Taiwan - which I doubt.


I have never had any trouble at all accessing any and all websites I try to access from China. They are the same sites I accessed while I was living there, and a few that didn't exist at that time. I repeat, I have NEVER had problems accessing websites from China while in Taiwan. While I lived in China, I had trouble accessing websites from a number of countries, but the biggest problem was with Chinese language news sites in Taiwan. My friends still in China continue to report to me that this is a major problem, and it seems worse now that when I was there because the Internet is far more widespread now than it was when I lived there six years ago.



posted on Nov, 25 2005 @ 12:18 AM
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Originally posted by ludahai
I have never had any trouble at all accessing any and all websites I try to access from China. They are the same sites I accessed while I was living there, and a few that didn't exist at that time. I repeat, I have NEVER had problems accessing websites from China while in Taiwan. While I lived in China, I had trouble accessing websites from a number of countries, but the biggest problem was with Chinese language news sites in Taiwan. My friends still in China continue to report to me that this is a major problem, and it seems worse now that when I was there because the Internet is far more widespread now than it was when I lived there six years ago.


I can confirm that this is absolutely 100% correct. I have resided in China, Taiwan, and Australia all for many years each. Apologists who have never set foot in China, and those who are here with an agenda to push can bluster and sputter on all they like, but the simple fact is that the ChiComm government controls the Internet and indeed all other media in China in an attempt to restrict the flow of potentially damaging and "counter-revolutionary" information. It is the only way they can retain power and is one of the basic tenets of a communist system of government, control, and repression.

Sleep well Taiwan. The dragon will strike within the next ten years, as soon as the eagle is winged.

[edit on 2005-11-25 by wecomeinpeace]



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