No More Chinese Communist Party

May 5, 2008

Amnesty makes a really important cute animation for human rights in China

Filed under: Uncategorized — carryanne @ 1:35 pm
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Here’s a video that I found pretty pointed from Amnesty International UK about the Communist Paty’s use of the Olympic Torch and the Olympics, speaking of peace and harmony out one side of it’s mouth and torturing peaceful human rights people out the other side, despicable!

There are some comments. A person said that UK should just shut up about China human rights (as if he can speak for China) because China needs time to adjust to human rights. I just think, how stinkin’ long does one need to stop persecuting innocent people? How many years of torture and brutality will you excuse the communist party for (so that you may not have to deal with the issue)? If the people are innocent, religious, or differing and peaceful opinions, then it is absolutely unnacceptable to torture them for even one minute, and how long you wish that the CCP to have the right to kill and commit evil? The people who make those comments must really have no clue (or just a really different take on kindness and justice), and no compassion. If it was THEM or their girlfriend or their mum or their son who is being tortured to death in a small hell cell, how long will they make excuses for the regime? Will they say that it “takes time for human rights” when the killing is on them?

Is justice an extinct concept in China? Anyway, I think the truth is not as ugly as it looks on the surface, because the people who have power and clout are not the rational ones these days….I think that the Chinese people’s support for the regime comes from excuses made by the regime and the people not having full awareness of the way the regime treats people.  I would hate to think that they were aware and still supported this awful behavior.








  1. Take a look at this blog:
    Some Chinese posted several revised patriotic songs. Among these English translations of some of the lyrics were provided:

    歌唱卖国 Song for Quislings!E2818CD72B238DB0!147.entry

    自由中国 Liberal China!E2818CD72B238DB0!144.entry

    Enjoy it. 🙂

    Comment by Liberal China — May 6, 2008 @ 10:34 am | Reply

  2. Thanks, that was nice. Peaceful expression is what Chinese people need to do more of. So many years their poetic character is oppressed and warped, not encouraged and treated them like animals. China and the Chinese people are alive under there somewhere (- :

    Comment by Carry Anne — May 6, 2008 @ 5:11 pm | Reply

  3. Amnesty has now released a second animation in this series. It’s called “Badminton” and can be viewed here: as well as on you tube.

    Comment by Amy — July 2, 2008 @ 11:48 am | Reply

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