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China expels first foreign journalist in 13 years


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When China will learn that free press is so necessary for a country 's sanity and morality ? Proof ? Can one find any other country with free press on this planet grind dead human foetuses into powder then made into capsules for sale on the South Korean market as health medicine? China authority did not discover this but South Korean authority did.

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Saw her last video over on Al Jazeera, an expose of China's black prisons, where people disappear without their families being told what has happened to them.

There is a budding movement within China to make such quasi-legal black holes illegal.

As they were filming, the police were called, but as the police did nothing useful apart from turning the cameras off, it portrayed the Chinese police in a poor light too. It must have got right up the noses of the authorities.

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Yeah, there's really no rule of law in China except for the gold rule: he who has the gold makes the rules. This kind of thing is only getting worse as the Chinese leadership tries to hold onto their power. It doesn't bode well for doing business in China.

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