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China’s Universities Cannot Teach: Civil Rights, freedom of the Press and 5 Others

Posted by w_thames_the_d on June 1, 2013

Here is an excerpt on how badly the chicoms want to fk up China. They are prohibiting seven topics from being discussed in school.

“Chinese leaders have reportedly banned the discussion of seven subjects in university classrooms as they attempt to “curb Western influence,” the Chronicle reported Monday. Zhang Xuezhong, a prominent Chinese law professor, revealed on his website that the Chinese government has dictated a new policy on university professors, telling them they cannot teach seven subjects. Xeuzhong, a professor at East China University of Political Science and Law, stated the “seven speak-nots” are universal values, citizen rights, civil society, judicial independence, freedom of the press, the privileged capitalist class, and past mistakes of thecommunist party.”


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