Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Google tells China to stick it

The socialist dictatorship in China cannot win them all. After forced labor, currency manipulations and unbelievable lying about their GDP have propelled China into some kind of leadership status they seemingly can get away with most things.

The Tibetan issue is non-existent, Falu Gong people are still getting killed and labor camps are still erected alongside big Ghost towns no-one lives in.

China is still a very poor country with a hundred million people living on the edge to starvation. But somehow this leftie totalitarian state nowadays is lifted up. Their GDP is growing, wow; let’s forget about the dictatorship, the murders and all the lying. GDP is going up, glory halleluiah!

That most of that GDP is air, a scam, a big hoax and that the rest of that growth is based on slavery, currency manipulation and massive stimuli from countries (and China itself) in order to buy crap from China, is ignored.

Google have said they are not going to censur their search engine anymore, which makes the Chinese lefties a tad upset.

But wait, can’t you hear it? Governments all over the world are upset too. Their dreamy fascist future with FRA, IPRED and other nightmares may be in jeopardy if Google and others can say no. How horrible. I wonder if they have some idea how to bring privateers like Google under control?

Well, in Sweden all we need is to keep our current Justice Mentalist. She has no problem accusing innocent people for crimes, locking up people for sharing information or forcing needles into very young kids. Google poses no challenge for such a fascist.


  1. Yes, I see that you have understood what's going on... http://kristinasa.wordpress.com/

  2. But I don't agree with the last thing you wrote... about Sweden compared with China...

  3. It was not really a comperison between China and Sweden, rather between China and Sweden's Justice Minister.

    But to a large extent Chinas ideas are the same as we're implementing in Sweden and in many other countries. I would even argue that in some areas we've gone further.