You talked too much about ideology, it is your freedom, but
you can not neglect the fact. We can stop discussing, for some guys, you lose your pants before you jump, so
the attack was originated from Taiwan, why don't you read this news from NY times?
I like Shane said: Well, that’s life in China, I suppose. Get used to it or get out. It is easy to know and understand
every country has its game rule.
As a Chinese, I do not need any moral police and people like you with ideology and I just do not
like double standard and selective attitude toward China. When the Olympic torch relayed outside China, I realized the ugly faces of those Democratic countries; when the riots occurred in
Xizang and Xinjiang, I saw how the truths were distorted by those western medium, perhaps these were not done by your common western people, but that is the key, you can not control your own country, which was controlled by those elite groups, you just attended
the selection and cast your vote, that's over. And all these feelings have nothing to do with patriotism.
No one possess superiority, superiority itself is against equality and freedom. If you are dangerous to national security, you will face the same destiny in any
countries. A little more on Freedom of Speech:
New York man accused of using Twitter to direct protesters during G20 summit
It is not free to use twitter to express yourself in U.S., all your posts will be manly censored, especially when there are big things happened.
Soldier Marc Hall's Freedom Rap Song Lands Him in Liberty Jail
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