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Published on Jun 25, 2006
China being considered a police state isn't anything new. Since the Tiananmen Square massacre it has indeed been quite obvious that civil rights of the entire country are in an alarming state.
Journalists are becoming more explicit and clashes between media and government are increasing.
Mine explosions, incidents of state sponsored organ harvesting, strikes, sit-ins, petitions, police clashes are by now the daily agenda.
Below the surface China is seething with discontent.
Take a moment for this behind the scenes report from Dominic Waghorn of Sky News amd get educated on the real political climate of the East. This is what the mainstream media will NOT cover here, and it's just scratching the surface.
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The views of the external links provided are those of the author's and don't necessarily reflect upon my own. However, I am a firm believer that facts can speak for themselves, so use your own discretion and let's get to the bottom of this treachery.