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Thursday, June 16, 2005
People's Republic of China Uses Hired Thugs to Kill Protestors Story dated 16 June 2005
"Shocking footage of crowd control 'Chinese-style' has been obtained by Sky News. The film shows dozens of hired thugs running amok in a village just 60 miles from the capital Beijing . . . It is the worst footage of violence to emerge from the secretive country since the Tiananmen Square massacre of 1989 . . . The blurred footage shows hand-to-hand fighting between the assailants and the villagers. At least one person is seen being shot dead. The three-minute footage ends when the state's enforcers realise they are being filmed and chase the cameraman . . . Dominic Waghorn, Sky's Asia correspondent, said: 'It looks like a medieval battle but this is Chinese protest control in the 21st century.'"
So, Mr. Kissinger, you still think China is someone we need to treat as a legitimate regime?
What is going on here is an eminent domain action. The government wants to take the villager's land for a power plant. The villagers don't want to give up their land, so the government kills them. Doesn't arrest them, just kills them. The tyrants of Beijing are not the sort of people we should consort with.
The PRC tried to keep this footage from getting out. It has to make you wonder how often this sort of thing happens, and how often they succeed in keeping the footage from getting out.
Well, thanks to the internet, now the entire world knows about this . . . except for the Chinese who aren't allowed to hear about anything bad that the tyrants of Beijing do. _____________________________________________
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