Banned in China

This is not easy to watch. Right after the Tibetan Governmet in Exile released this video, the government of China effectively blocked YouTube in China.

Meanwhile, Amnesty International has released a report documenting numerous human rights violations by U.S. immigration officials. Read about it at the other blog.

2 thoughts on “Banned in China

  1. And we can do not a thing about it unless we want our country to collapse. One of the biggest reasons I support things like energy independence and social safety nets is that we can actually regain the initiative in the struggle with China.

    Not that I’m into attacking them or anything, but a world tilted toward the Chinese ruling class’s ideas would be even worse than one tilted toward ours.

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