Can you imagine? Censoring a Chinese fugitive who is simply trying to undermine the Chinese Communist Party in the name of double anal.
It’s like those hippies are getting smashed with tanks all over again.
Zoom shut down the account of an activist who was holding an event on the video conferencing platform to commemorate China’s Tiananmen Square crackdown.
The move has prompted accusations that Zoom, a U.S. company, has bowed to pressure from Beijing.
U.S.-based rights group Humanitarian China held an event on Zoom on May 31 to commemorate those who lost their lives in the violent crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in China’s Tiananmen Square in 1989. The topic is taboo in China and references to it online are heavily censored.
The account that hosted the event was shut down on June 7, according to Zhou Fengsuo, who founded Humanitarian China and took part in the 1989 protests as a student. The account has since been reinstated.
Zoom confirmed it had suspended the account.
“Like any global company, Zoom must comply with laws in the countries where we operate. We strive to limit actions taken to those necessary to comply with local law,” a Zoom spokesperson said in an emailed statement.
Imagine asking questions about a foreign country’s censorship regime when you can get censored in your own country for saying that a man with a penis cannot become a woman.
Imagine looking at this story and not knowing it was war propaganda. Imagine your consciousness being stuff inside of a brain that could read this new item and not know immediately – as soon as they saw that headline – that this is Western war propaganda.
What must it be like inside such a skull?
Is it cold, I wonder?
No… I suspect that it is actually very warm. Too warm, in fact. Like a baby pool filled with fresh elephant urine.