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I Will Not Commit Suicide in China

Posted by w_thames_the_d on June 11, 2012


The Chicoms have an odd way of defining rights. It’s so odd, that they define it as “shut the hell up and be happy I don’t kill you.”

Sadly, this is not a joke. The Chicoms wil get people in custody and then the people miraculously die. I remember blogging about some Chinese prisoners who died playing, ” hide and seek” and another who ” drank too much warm water”. No lie, that was the official version.

Recently an activist died under suspicious conditions. Consequently, the Chinese have taken to writing notes claiming they will note commit suicide. This is a prophylactic measure to ensure that in the event of their death, people know whom to blame.
Btw, I WT will not commit suicide…
Excerpt

“BEIJING – “I will not commit suicide” has become a new mantra among China’s human rights activists.
They are responding half-mockingly and half-seriously to fears that they could be “suicided” by the Chinese government for their activism.”

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http://behindthewall.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2012/06/11/12169586-with-before-death-notes-china-activists-attempt-to-preempt-being-suicided

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Comments, the King and BrewMan

Posted by w_thames_the_d on June 11, 2012


I just saw a pimp comment by the BrewMan and my fking IPad will not copy it. Also, I have some killer King stuff I cannot copy as well. Fk u apple

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