Unfortunately, there are those that want to compare. Yes, there is Censorship, everywhere. This story though shows how its done in China. I thought it
was a great story, and very informative. BTW, thanks for chiming in.
I watch what happens in China VERY carefully. China has thrown out it's Communist Business Model in favor of a Capitalist Business System. Still
the Communist Party holds Hostage a Billion Plus Chinese People. The Party Members are very corrupt and a short lived story that was CRUSHED about
how the Chinese Official put in charge of a Corruption Task Force ended up being caught by a Chinese News Crew taking Bribes!
The Communist Party came down like a Ton of Lead upon the Investigative Reporters and squashed the News Story. They were embarrassed and rather than
arrest the Corrupt Leader they PROMOTED HIM!
We see our freedoms being eroded in this country, but we really have no idea. I read a book not long ago about two Americans who went to Schezwan
province to teach English. The students were afraid to say anything at all about the government or politics. They would simply not answer any
questions designed to elicit opinion. Contrast that with an American school where it is more difficult to stop kids from speaking their mind.
I can't really blame the Chinese authorities. It has the largest population in the world, right? Imagine if suddenly, a government scandal is leaked.
The whole country will be in turmoil and there will be a power struggle. Censorship may not be a good thing, but sometimes, something needs to be
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