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  • isvarahparamahkrsnah

    isvarahparamahkrsnah 6:18 am on December 29, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , assassination, CCP, , , Chinese Communist Party, , , , , torture, Zhang Zhan   

    The Price Of Questioning China 

    There’s this Chinese lady, Zhang Zhan, a former lawyer, who’d been exposing the Chinese government’s lies about the Chinese virus.

    The 37 year old will now spend her next 4 birthdays inside a very dark cell.

    In her last video, she said, “The government’s way of managing this city has just been intimidation and threats.”
    That was the straw that broke China’s back.

    She was convicted for “picking quarrels and provoking trouble,” a vague charge commonly used against critics of the Chinese government.

    Don’t believe the Chinese virus originated from the US? Prison!
    Don’t believe the Chinese virus originated in Italy? Prison!
    Did you just call Covid-19 the Chinese Virus? Death! Death! Death!

    I think Zhang Zhan got off quite lightly.
    Compared to Dr Li Wenliang, Dr Ai Fen, Chen Quishi, Fang Bin and many others, who just disappeared.
    What happened to them?
    How did the Chinese Communist Party treat those traitors?
    Did they chop ’em up into pieces and fry them for lunch?
    Y’never know.
    One can only speculate on the communist idea of getting rid of someone. Throwing them into the river would be a waste of multivitamins and protein.
    Since the Chinese Communist Party launched the idea that all wildlife were fit for human consumption, who’s to say they wouldn’t think boiled humans would make a good meal?

    I think Xi Jinping has chewed on human bones for dinner. Just look at the guy – doesn’t he look like some demon out of a horror movie?

    Anyway, free Zhang Zhan. Stop torturing the poor woman you Chinese freaks.

    Where are the online petitions to free Zhang Zhan? Where are the global sanctions on China for disappearing activists?
    Where is the outcry?
    All I’ve seen are articles by various journalists. And that’s all.

    Unless people start thinking about the freedom of Zhang Zhan, the Chinese Communist Party’s actions will continue to degrade and become more abominable.
    Don’t be surprised one day to see Xi Jinping’s henchmen capturing an activist on live television and then chopping him up for their Paramount Leader’s next meal.
    The Uyghurs have already lost their human rights. And the world’s silence on their freedom speaks volumes on China’s next moves.

     
  • isvarahparamahkrsnah

    isvarahparamahkrsnah 4:38 am on December 29, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: assassination, , , , , , , ,   

    No Free Speech In India 

    I’d bookmarked one article on HN that sparked my interest a few weeks ago.

    Indian newspaper reporter burned alive after exposing corruption.
    Let me see – where was this? A village in India’s Uttar Pradesh – Balrampur, 160km from Lucknow.

    Why? Because he covered alleged local corruption and after telling the local authorities he was being threatened.

    “This is the price for reporting the truth,” 37 year old Rakesh Singh Nirbhik, said on his death bed.
    His friend Pintu Sahu was also burned alive.

    The attackers included the son of the village chief, Sushila Devi, who was running for reelection.

    And that’s just one of the dozens of similar cases this year.
    More information on Reporters Without Borders.

    I don’t even wish to go into the deep dark hole of journalists being assassinated in India for exposing government officials for engaging in criminal activity.
    But that’s the state of India in 2020 – don’t talk about the authorities dirty crimes or you might be burned alive or shot dead or chained to a motorcycle and dragged to death.

    See why I’ve doubted India’s Covid-19 stats all along?
    You can’t trust these folks.

     
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