Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 13th Jan 2010 00:27 UTC
Google So, I was about to go to bed when major news regarding Google and China hit my browser. Google has stated on its blog that after a number of attacks upon Google's servers, and attempted cracking of GMail accounts from Chinese human rights activists, the company is thinking of ceasing its operations in China. Google will, in any case, cease censoring search results on
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RE[2]: Interesting.......
by rockmen1 on Thu 14th Jan 2010 04:49 UTC in reply to "RE: Interesting......."
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China's already an economical powerhouse. Look at South Korea decades ago when Park Cheong-Hee (America-based military "borderline socialist" dictator) made South Korea into a economical powerhouse through denying human rights in the past.

I might offend people because of saying this. As for the internet censorship in China, I couldn't care less. China needs good stability in this rapidly changing world and censorship is at least helping China.

As a citizen, I don't think an international factory is a true powerhouse, at least such economy do not benifit to average Chinese.

Poeple do complain, trying to stop this will only build up a bubble, when it breaks, everything is too late. Let people speak, fight for their own rights, can release the stress, the right way to stability.

Edited 2010-01-14 04:50 UTC

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