No More Chinese Communist Party

July 10, 2008

European satellite operator Eutelsat suppresses independent Chinese-language TV station NTDTV to satisfy Beijing

Filed under: Uncategorized — carryanne @ 10:40 pm
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Reporters Without Borders calls on Giuliano Berretta, the CEO of the European satellite company Eutelsat, to quickly reverse its decision to suspend independent Chinese-language broadcaster NTDTV’s use of Eutelsat’s W5 satellite to broadcast to Asia.

Eutelsat claims it was forced to suspend NTDTV (New Tang Dynasty Television) on 16 June because of a technical problem but a recorded conversation with an employee of Eutelsat show it was a premeditated, politically-motivated decision violating the free flow of information and the convention under which Eutelsat operates.

NTDTV reports positively on Falun Gong and objectively on the persecution in China of those people.  Of course the CCP is terrified of Chinese people finding out the CCP has been blatantly lying about this and many other important issues, so it is no surprise that people in China are blocked from this TV station.  Thanks to Eutelsat, this station was actually broadcast IN CHINA!  But the CCP finally managed to bribe them off get get NTDTV cut out of Chinese peoples lives.  It’s great that we have access to this evidence of anti human rights corruption, this type of info in China is considered state secrets and if you talk this kind of stuff you will be charged with scaring the poor CCP or some crazy non crime like that.


1 Comment »

  1. NTDTV spokeswoman Carrie Hung will be my guest on News Talk Online on at 5 PM New York time Thursday July 31.

    To talk to Ms. Hung please go to and click on the link to join the room. There is no charge.


    Comment by Gary Baumgarten — July 30, 2008 @ 11:41 pm | Reply

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