Mike King — Rebel News Jan 31, 2015
NY Times: China Further Tightens Grip on the Internet
By ANDREW JACOBS
The Chinese authorities are no longer tolerating the workarounds used by millions of people who rely heavily on less-fettered access to the Internet.
Rebuttal by the Anti-New York Times Jan 31, 2015
Today’s anti-China attack ad features the familiar whine about China’s censorship of the Internet. But nowhere in this piece is there any mention of China’s stated reason for such controls; namely, the CIA’s relentless efforts to seduce China’s young people with western propaganda and subversive Facebook activism. Instead, we are fed a sob story about a poor Chinese girl struggling to keep in social media contact with friends she made overseas:
“Jing Yuechen, the founder of an Internet start-up here in the Chinese capital, has no interest in overthrowing the Communist Party. But these days she finds herself cursing the nation’s smothering cyberpolice as she tries — and fails — to browse photo-sharing websites like Flickr and struggles to stay in touch with the Facebook friends she has made during trips to France, India and Singapore.”
Well, Ms. Yuechen might not have any interest in “overthrowing the Communist Party”, but the Globalists certainly do and the Internet is their Trojan Horse. By the way, just to keep the record straight, these days pro-business, pro-private property, pro self-reliance China is “communist” in name only.
The Globalists are so obsessed with China’s Internet censorship that they actually sent the First Beast over to China last year to incite the country’s youth against Internet control. In several addresses before Chinese students, the uncultured Chicago Globe Trotter of debatable gender managed to trash ‘racist’ America (as always) and incite against China’s Internet policies at the same time. A previous Times article revealed Moochele Obongo’s classless and subtly loaded comments about Internet censorship:
“Many decades ago, there were actually laws in America that allowed discrimination against black people like me, who are a minority in the United States,… but over time, ordinary citizens decided that those laws were unfair. So they held peaceful protests and marches.”
The subject of Internet censorship is a delicate issue. On the one hand, we at the Internet-based Anti-New York Times strongly oppose all forms of “thought control”. However, the world’s impressionable young people are indeed under relentless attack from the Western propagandists of the CIA, the NGO’s, Hollyweird and the US News Media.This phenomenon was a key element of the 2014 coup in Ukraine. The NWO’s weapons of choice for targeting the “students” are biased Internet news content, pornography, western “entertainment” and social media. The ultimate goal is to manipulate young minds and foment an organized ‘Color Revolution’ (“peaceful protests and marches”) to overthrow the nationalistic and pro-Russian Chinese government, or at least to help some pro-western traitors to soften things up a bit.
By the way, today’s article also fails to mention that the seditious website of Sulzberger’s sleazy Times is banned in China. Take that Sulzberger!