No More Chinese Communist Party

May 22, 2008

The world and its media are playing the dictators’ game

Filed under: Uncategorized — carryanne @ 12:07 am
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Heroic Chinese rescuers and quake survivors lead the news. But away from our TVs, the Burmese we could save are left to die

This article in The Guardian tries to figure out the reason why we are so focussed on China’s earthquake when just ahead of it there was a terrible cyclone in Burma that endangers the lives of five times as many China, or more.

My perception of the communist party of China is that they will do anything to stay in power, not because they are a decent government.  They have always acted that way, they do what they have to do to not get pitched out by the people, if lying can’t work, they must resort to actually doing some work as government.  But they’re legitimacy is still based on lying to the Chinese people otherwise they would not fear the truth so much.

I still have a hard time believing that a government in power who hates justice and truth, actually cares about people.  I think that the gov’t of Burma wants the people to die, because they have proper sanitation, so they only look forward to less people to bother with. I think the same about the Chinese current party in power.  I think the last thing they care about are human lives.  I think that they see people as tools under them, things to manipulate for power. I hope all the best for Chinese, Burmese and everyone.  

Support the peaceful uprising in Burma. Boycott Chinese goods!

Myanmar Buddhist monks gather in the streets in the vicinity of Shwedagon pagoda in Yangon, Myanmar, 24 September 2007, the seventh day of peaceful rebellion against the country’s military regime. Journalists trying to cover the protests in Myanmar have been increasingly affected by government propaganda, censorship and violence, Reporters without Borders and the Burma Media Association said. EPA/- +++(c) dpa – Bildfunk+++

Photo taken from Ko Htike’s blog in the UK 

 

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