Skip to comments.China: Commons in violence and conflict
Posted on 05/26/2008 6:50:37 PM PDT by zhcn
Thugs vs. Peacekeepers or Fighters vs. oppressors; Mob vs. Protectors or Martyrs vs. killers? Before I could judge, please allow me to present some recounts of the Tibet unrest from the commons there. (As most western media had sided with Tibetans, I basically pick quotes from common Hans for balance.)
(Excerpt) Read more at globalvoicesonline.org ...
I don’t wanna comment this event please try to contact authors if someone wanna dispute with them. Because I’m han-Chinese and I also don’t live in Lhasa which is the capital of Xizang province.
But I can tell you the minority has favourable policies in China because I have ever lived and studied in the North-east of China and my classmates and some who I knew are minorities.
Maybe I have been regarded as CCP plant becasue of what I said. But you know many Chinese love China just like American love America because China is our motherland.
CCP IN THE MINDS OF THE PUBLIC
GOOD(%) BAD(%) SAMPLE TOTAL 30.26 61.88 1,419 WORKERS 41.67 50.38 263 PRIVATE BUSINESS OWNERS 37.09 51.62 125 INTELLECTURALS 22.68 69.85 371 COMMUNIST OFFICIALS 28.48 68.81 305 FARMERS 29.13 58.90 324
------ excerpt from 'Investigation of Public Political Psychology in China' made by Public Opinion Survey Service of China, China, 1987
I wonder how much the figures have changed from then until now ...
I forgot the link:
AP IMPACT: Thousands killed by US’s Korean ally
Human right is an issue to fight for