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Now Electric Shock For Internet Addicts In China

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posted on Mar, 13 2007 @ 11:01 PM

Originally posted by Regenmacher
No new Internet bars this year China Daily, China
China to find back children lost on Internet games Xinhua, China
China's unique approach to treating internet addiction Shanghaiist, China
Electric Shock Treatment for Internet Addicts Hardware Zone, Singapore
Internet Addicts Treated with Electric Shock Therapy, Germany
China bans cybercafes for 2007 Agoravox, France
China Launches Campaign For Net Addicts Tech2, India
Boot camp to reform China's Net addicts Electric New Paper, Singapore
In China, stern treatment for young Internet ‘addicts’ Peninsula On-line, Qatar
China electrocutes young gamers Inquirer, UK
China funds boot camps to battle internet addiction New Zealand Herald, New Zealand

[edit on 13-3-2007 by Regenmacher]

Don't bother me read all these articles
just show me the evidence that it is Chines government,
not their parents who force those young Addicts to boot camp.
American style of bias, really terrible.
BTW, How does USA deal with your Internet Addicts?
let them be?

posted on Mar, 14 2007 @ 03:08 AM

I didn't say anything about Beijing sending rich kids to boot camp. It's an idiot society as a whole that will subjugate its children to be treated like dogs, where funding by the government condones the torture of children as a cure, when the real cure is making the society more attractive than a computer game.

Accordingly, at Daxing, "patients" are "treated" with electric shocks, exposure to extreme temperatures, hypnosis, drugs, military discipline and even counseling. While some patients do enter the clinic voluntarily the majority are forcibly admitted by parents, teachers, and police, while treatment tends to run upwards of US$1,300. The Chinese government reportedly funds eight such clinics, and the Daxing clinic is run by military researcher, Tao Ran, who gained fame by applying such methods to heroin addicts. shanghaiist

Please visit the link provided for the complete story.

The government-funded Daxing centre, run by an army colonel under the Beijing Military Hospital, is one of a handful of clinics treating patients with Internet addictions in China. swiss info

Please visit the link provided for the complete story.

It' time to do your own footwork towards enlightenment or you can choose the path of ignorance. Don't expect any government to freely grant liberties to those who remain complacent and submissive.

Or learn the hard lessons of foolish consumerism:
Asian Stock Markets Nose-Dive After Wall St. Losses
Schoolboy beaten to death as police stamp on Chinese bus fare protest
Dongzhou Unrest Continues With Protests, Riot
China: protests are on the rise

Tiananmen Square protests of 1989 - Wiki
Boxer Rebellion - Wiki

Consume, buy, obey...become slave.

[edit on 14-3-2007 by Regenmacher]

posted on Mar, 14 2007 @ 05:24 AM
I had a very similar treatment to the one in the photo by an accupuncturist in Toronto a few years back. It was for a sleeping disorder. It helped, actually. percutaneous nerve stimulation or something like that. Apparently people pay big bucks to have it done on their lower backs these days for pain relief. It`s widely accepted.

I`ll admit that "Electric Shock Therapy" looks a lot better as an attention grabbing headline though. Makes those Evil Chinese look so ...Evil, dunnit?

By the way, did anyone ever go to that Jesus Camp movie? Or ever read the stories about those bootcamps where parents send their gay kids to be scared straight?

...just sayin...

posted on Mar, 14 2007 @ 06:26 AM
Heh, somehow i suspect that this won't just be implemented in china.

if not electric shock, medication.....

How many of us on here may be institutionalised?

posted on Mar, 14 2007 @ 07:09 AM

Originally posted by Regenmacher

Consume, buy, obey...become slave.

[edit on 14-3-2007 by Regenmacher]

you mean this?

posted on Mar, 15 2007 @ 04:19 AM

posted on Mar, 15 2007 @ 07:35 AM
Don't get me wrong - I am not fan of torture, and I am not an American.

But we all know, that in China torture is widespread, more then anywhere else.

Let me shed a light:

Torture - A Growing Scourge in China
China torture 'still widespread'
Chinese Torture Methods

And also a picture - because I see you like pictures:

At approximately 3:00 p.m. on May 7, 2004, Tang Yubao, the deputy head of the No. 2 Brigade, along with team leader Jiang Zhaohua, called Ms. Gao to the duty office and tortured her with electric batons for seven hours, according to these sources. Those detained with Ms. Gao in the labour camp say she sustained burns on her face, head, and neck, which caused her face to swell and become disfigured. Her face was covered with blisters, and her hair was matted with pus and blood. She could open her eyes only a crack because her face and mouth were severely swollen and deformed.

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