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WeChat is monitoring you, people are arrested for “private chat”

Freeport iyouport posted the signature McCaffrey titled “WeChat is monitoring you” article pointed out that WeChat’s biggest threat is the full occupation of the entire social operating machine, because it has too many functions; when you do not have it, you will have trouble in daily life. This is a malicious kidnapping.

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Erinnerung im Traum an meinen als Kind gestorbenen Bruder

Ich habe frühmorgens im Traum an eine meiner Erlebnisse gesehen. Mein Bruder, der im Alter von vier Jahren wegen dem vom Arzt oder von der Krankenschwester falsch eingesetzten (Intravenösen)Tropf gestorben ist, war mit mir im Hof von meiner Tante fotografiert. Damals war er vielleicht 2 Jahre alt. Dies Erlebnis habe ich schon seit langer vergessen, weiß nicht warum ist heute frühmorgens aufgetaucht. Ich habe meine Schwester gebeten, meine Tante zu fragen, ob dies wirklich geschehen ist, wenn ja, ob das Foto noch da ist.

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[Video] Terrible German dormitory kitchen VS Chinese school

This is going virus!Terrible German dormitory kitchen VS Chinese school canteen

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Horrible! CCP sends numerous mine excavator into Tibet 海量挖掘机开进西藏挖矿

场面真是惊怖,共匪的海量挖掘机开进西藏挖矿

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China Steps up Nationwide Crackdown to Silence Twitter Users – the Unmediated Story

Yaxue Cao, December 5, 2018

I PRINTED THE TWEETS THAT ARE TRANSLATED BELOW FOR MY RECORD, FOR THEY CAN BE DISAPPEARED ANY TIME.

If you have been with Twitter’s simplified Chinese community long enough, you know it’s nothing new that handles disappear and in some cases the persons behind them go to jail – it’s a freedom tunnel that the Chinese Communist regime is leery of.

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【视频】cop tortures and humiliates woman publicly in police station 警察公然在大厅折磨、侮辱妇女

这警察是不是性变态? cop tortures and humiliates woman publicly in police station 继续阅读 »

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中共强抢土地又用挖掘机轧死一人

来自推特:

河北省承德市兴隆县兴隆镇红石砬村村民,2018年6月4日上午,为了维护自己的土地!被开发商故意碾压致死!人命不能被这样忽视!大家帮忙转发。

注:在台湾或美国人死了马上覆盖起来,不是这样暴尸,在那个国家政权下许多人生没尊严,死后亦同,暴露真相是改进之始。

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Deutscher Professor Kitze hofiert den KPCH Diktator

Ich fand eine chinesische TV-Nachricht, die berichtete, dass ein Mann von der Universität Erlangen –  „Deutschland, Erlangen – Nürnberg International University, Dekan des Geisteswissenschaftlichen Instituts“ – an dem Treffen mit dem KPCh Diktator Xi Jinping teilgenommen hatte.

                      

              Then I found his name: Prof. Dr. Michael Lackner, and made a screenshot:德国埃尔朗根-纽伦堡大学国际人文研究院院长朗宓榭Here is website of the “Deutschland Erlangen – Nürnberg International University Geisteswissenschaften Institut”(international consortium for research in the humanities):http://www.ikgf.uni-erlangen.de/index.shtml

One German friend who teachs in nuremberg says: But Prof. Lackner istn’t the dean of the “Geisteswissenschaftlichen Instituts”, He is the Head of the Department of Sinology (“Chair of Chinese Studies”) and the vice Dean for the Internationalization Department. And his name is on the board of the Confucius Institute of Erlangen-Nuremberg University: https://blogs.fau.de/news/2014/04/01/fau-sinologe-trifft-chinesischen-staatspraesidenten-xi-jinping/

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Ein Demokratieaktivist ist heute in Shanghai gestorben

Ein chinesischer Demokratieaktivist Herr Dai Xindong ist in der Nacht der Peking-Zeitzone (am frühen Morgen der Berlin-Zeit) in Shanghai gestorben, er hat ab 1989 gegen die chinesische kommunistische Partei für Demokratie und Menschenrechte gekämpft. Er ist in den letzten Jahr als ein erfolgreicher Gäschaftsmann geworden, aber hat die Demokratie- und Menschrechtsaktionen noch viel geheimlich unterstützt. Das erste Foto wurde am 12.12.2015 gemacht, vor 10 Tagen, am diesem Tag wurde Herr Dai getauft. Drei Tage vor der Taufe hat auf Twitter so geschrieben: Ich würde in den letzten Tagen meines Lebens den Pfeiler des Lebens finden und Gott herrlich rühmen!

Dai Xindong getauft wurde Dai Xindong

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Police tortures with electric shock

I was tortured with this kind of electric baton too, much much longer and stronger. But I held myself, did not fall down.

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My Experience of Kidnap and Torture in China

27.02.2011Chinese security service agent tailing me in Peking在北京西客站跟踪我的翘下巴国保electric-shock-scar250 days after the electric shock, the scars on the cheeks, ears, neck and shoulder can still clearly be seen被电击后50天依然能看到清晰的伤痕 electric-shock-scarmetal-on-cloth-was-cut2All the metal annexes were cut in the detention house 在看守所,所有金属部件都被剪掉了img_1415My belt was also took away in the detention house 在看守所我的裤带也被收走,只能用厕纸包装袋系上

I am now out  .. All my belongings, including my identity card, passport, Two-Way Permit (a traveling permit to Hong Kong &Macau issued to mainland Chinese), bank card, cellphone, and computer were confiscated without any legal formalities.

I was not allowed to go back to the place I rented in Beijing and therefore didn’t take anything with me. In the mountains in Beijing ,I have been moved to four different locations of confinement and was tortured with electric shock. Later I was detained in Beijing First Detention House for 12 days.When I was admitted, they ? assigned me the inmate number 2-2011-2 but didn’t give the detention house any information on my name or place of origin, saying that this was a confidential case. Then I was moved to Wuhan First Detention House where I obtained a guarantor pending trial for one year with my father as the guarantor. During this period , I will have to live with my parents and not leave Suizhou, Hubei province (place of origin). Also I am not allowed to contact other human rights activists in China or else my father might be prosecuted for criminal responsibility. I am placed under the surveillance of several village officials, Chinese Community Party members, and my neighbors. Village officials are required to report on me to the security police daily.

February 27th , 2011. 6:47 am. I got off the train Wuhan-Beijing at Beijingxi Railway Station and hadn’t had breakfast yet after the night-long travel. People across the country were flooding back to the capital city as it was 18th of the first lunar month( after Spring Festival). I’d intended to book a berth ticket on February 20th,but only managed to get one on February 26th. It was a few minutes to 7 am when I got off and the station was incredibly crowded. I could hardly see the North Entrance. I started down the stairs and noticed that a young man of medium height holding a camera was filming in my direction. He ran away quickly as I approached and I was certain that he was indeed filming me. I paused and tried several times to tweet but cell phone signal was weak. At the same time, I noticed a skinny guy in a blue down jacket was following me. He was about 1.7m tall with a beard. It was snowing slightly outside. I took a picture of this man but couldn’t post it on twitter. I saw him with the man who was filming me earlier. I then tried to post texts without pictures and thank God finally succeeded.

Before taking the bus back to where I lived in Wudoukou, I phoned a friend who kept the spare key to my place and told him about my being followed by a stranger. At the time, I thought it was nothing serious. I thought these people only wanted to prevent me from going to Wangfujing, where protests had taken place a few days ago. I assured my friend everything was OK and arranged to meet him that afternoon.

When I was waiting in line for the bus and was about to get on, a tall man on my left pushed me. I told him to stop and wait in the line like everybody else. Then a tall man on my right kept pulling me. Suddenly a gang of men appeared and dragged me out of the line. A lot of people watching were greatly surprised. I thought this gang were merely stopping me going to Wangfujing. So I told them not to drag and that I would go with them. When we walked near an SUV and a black car without number plate, they started hitting me on the face and someone took away my spectacles. I implored them to stop and at this point sill had no clue of what they were about to do to me. We walked on. Then one of them took off his shirt and cover my head with it, probably to prevent other passengers or pedestrians from taking my picture. The man grabbed my head and dragged me towards the car. I told him I would get in the car myself. But he smacked his whole body weight on my head barely before I got a leg in. We were both on the car floor. I said I would get in myself but the bunch of them still kept pushing me. I got in the backseat. The man started punching me on the eye and the mouth with his fists. I took hold of his fists and told him to stop. He said, “You motherfucker, I am so going to smash you.” and started punching me in the face again. At this point, a man who looked like the ringleader handcuffed my wrists on my back and put a black, double-layered hood over my head. The outer layer was cloth and the inner one plastic so that air could hardly get in. I was punched in the face again but not yet harmed in a serious way. I told the man who was hitting me, “ Stop!You are killing me.” To this he replied, “That’s what I am gonna do.” and continued hitting. I stopped yelling and a few punches later he stopped his fist and began to take my bag off me. Since I was handcuffed they had to literally cut the strap off.

Then the car was started eastward and was soon on expressway or the third ring road for about an hour, during which time I sweated profusely and could hardly breath because of the hood around my head. The car stopped twice, probably at a gas station or a roadblock.

The car eventually stopped and they let me out. They bent me over and led me up a flight of stairs before reaching a platform paved with purple tile or marble, possibly the ground before a hotel. I was led through a door, a hall, eleven steps and then twelve steps, very much like the experience Liu Shasha described when she was abducted at the east gate of Renmin University. Turning left, I was soon walked into a room. They hauled me in and tried to get me down on my knees. I refused at first but they started kicking all over my body. I couldn’t see their faces because of the hood , but I could make out the voice of the man who had attacked me in the car. They couldn’t force me down and one of them at this point ordered, “Hold him tight.” Grabbing my legs and my neck, one man tried to throw me on the floor and others kept pushing me down. When I was finally down, someone stepped on my calf and pulled at  my hair, my arms, and my clothes until I was in a kneeling position. My hood was then taken off and the man who’d pushed me on the ground kept slapping me on the face.

“You are fascists or what?” I yelled.

“How dare you son of a bitch say we are fascists?”he replied and slapped on.

Only a fascist could do what you are doing to me, I said.

He went on for some time before giving the order, “Throw him on the floor.”

He said, “I’ll give you a couple of hours to think. You’ll be so dead if you don’t confess. From now on, say “报告”(report) before you move even an inch.”

I was lying on the floor. My hands were aching and swollen from the handcuff. Fifty days after this my left hand sill felt slightly insensible and had some excessive bone development (hyperosteogeny).

Two men were left to guard me. One of them kicked me and asked me to sit down but I refused. They were then replaced by another pair. I didn’t drink, go to the bathroom, or obey their order to sit. One of them told me, “Don’t waste your time resisting. No one who’s ever come here has been able to break the rules.”

A couple hours later, a group of men came in and hauled me to a desk in the room. The man who attacked me in the car was wielding an electric baton. He put the baton vertically on the desk and asked me threateningly, “ Why do you come to Beijing?” I said I lived in Beijing and was merely coming back to where I lived. He asked again, “ Why do you come here?” I replied the same. He slapped the desk, shouting, his hand pointing to the floor, “You fucker! I am asking ,why the fuck do you come here?” He turned the strong flashlight of the baton to my face. I said, “ You mean me coming here to this place? Ask yourself!”

He shouted, “Press him down.” and shocked me in the forehead twice with the electric baton. He then squatted to my right side and shocked me twice on the right cheek. He saw I wasn’t responding and said, “You fucker is sure a tough nut to crack.” He might have turned up the voltage at this point. He shocked my cheek twice again and then my neck many times. It felt like thousands of hot-red steel needles were piercing my flesh. The shocks moved to my spine where I sensed violent jolts. He advanced to the left side of my neck where my skin was burnt with electric shock and almost couldn’t conduct electricity. As the electric current ran through me, I felt as if a scorching grill was tearing my face apart at the point of the baton.

Then he moved to my ears. At first the pain was limited to earlobes. But when the skin there went numb as well, he shoved the electric baton in my right ear several times. That half side of my face and brain sensed a harsh, stabbing pain, as if penetrated by countless flying needles. I worried my brain might be damaged so I kept shouting at the top of my lungs, hoping they might not want the hotel staff to hear me yelling and might therefore lessen the torture.

The man who’d attacked me in the car was also the one administering electric shocks. He was dark, round-faced, stocky,and about 1.7m tall. I yelled even louder though he’d told me not to. He said to other gang members, “People can fucking hear us. We should find another place.” At this point several men walked in .One of them was a fat, dark guy about 1.9m tall, and looking a bit like the famous Hong Kong actor Sean Andy (刘青云). He might be Fu Guangwei(傅广伟), the security police officer Liu Shasha claimed to have kidnapped her. He gave an order to stop the electric shock and had me dragged to the middle of the room. He asked people to remove my handcuff and my clothes. They tried to yank off my jacket and sweater but I told them I would do it myself. Then I was asked to remove my undershirt, my jeans, and my underpants.

“All of them?”I asked.

“Yes, go on. Take then all off !” He growled. In the end, I was only left with a pair of socks on.

“Fu” (I could only assume his name here) had me hauled closer to him and asked, “What were you gonna do in Beijing today? What are you planning to do during Lianghui (两会,abbreviation for the annual meetings of the National People’s Congress and Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference)?” I replied, “Nothing.” Then a man next to him was asked to slap my face. In his fifties, this man had a crew cut and was smoking a cigarette. He might have practiced martial arts before because his hands were so heavy. “Fu” asked me what I was coming to Beijing for. I said I taught martial arts here.

“You bastard. Teaching foreigners our martial arts so that they can use it to attack our government. You are a traitor to the Chinese people. You teach foreign people Qigong to prolong their lives so that they can destroy us.”he said.

I found his reasoning preposterous and ignored him.

He said again, “What’s your connection with Wei Shi? (Wei Shi is the founder of the US-based Chinese news website Boxun) Wei Shi has already told me everything. I could call him to come over here if you like. He despises you from the bottom of his heart.” I knew he was only trying to drive a wedge between us with his stupid lies. I kept my mouth shut and pretended to look at him with disbelief.

He continued with his rant, “ We are a powerful regime and you think we can’t get you? The iron fists of our government is gonna smash you to pieces. We don’t talk legal procedures here and my identity doesn’t matter. If you are handed to me, that means you are in serious trouble. And you are our class enemy. You fucking call yourself a civil rights activist? Look how miserable you are. You can’t even protect your own civil rights. You loser! People who don’t have freedom are the most powerless and lowly underclass. If revolution and democracy really came like you said, I would kill you all even in my last breath. You know where you are now? In the suburb of Beijing, in a villa. Nobody will be able to  find you. I’ll make sure you don’t sleep at night, have nightmares all night long, and can’t even get a moment’s rest in the daytime. If you don’t cooperate with us, I’ll cut your penis off. This’s only a suburb of Beijing. We can easily dig a hole and bury you. Power speaks louder than words. What kind of power do you have? A bunch of idiotic middle-aged women and a handful of twitter followers. That’s it? Who else do you have to back you up?Your American or European patrons?”

The man with a crew cut in his fifties, placed his smoking pipe under my nose and asked, “D’you know what this is?” The smoke was so choking that I had to step back, but someone behind gripped my scorched neck and pushed against me. The smoking pipe shifted down to my breast, “D’you know what this is?” At that moment, I thought he was going to burn me. But the menacing pipe stopped short at less than 1 centimeter from my skin. “Fu” asked me what I wanted to do in Beijing. I said, “Nothing apart from teaching martial arts.” The smoking pipe advanced a bit nearer but did not touch me after all. But during questioning, I was kicked and beaten up.

Half an hour later, “Fu” allowed me to put my clothes back on. When I was about to put on my sweater, they said there was no need since it wasn’t cold inside. They threw me my down jacket and said that was enough. “Fu” said, “Now, time to confess. Sit on the floor. Whenever someone comes in, stand up and say ‘ my honorable leader’ .” he left the room. Then two men came in, one of them round-faced, with a Henan Nanyang accent.( later I learned his office is in 801 while Du Kai, the man who had kidnapped me last time, has his office in 802. But I am not sure whether it is in the Ministry of Public Security or in the Public Security Bureau where the security police work.) The other was the man with cropped hair who had threatened me with a smoking pipe. They aked me what I was doing in Beijing. I said I had nothing to do with the Jasmin Protests. I came here to teach martial arts. He asked, “Why did you organize people on twitter to have dinner parties? You were the first person to do so.” I said they were all my friends and dinning together and chatting were simply part of ordinary social life. The cropped-haired man kept at kicking and hitting me. The younger interrogator continued , “Whose wing are you under? Why did you always go to places where things happened? What’s your connection with the news website Boxun? Why is China’s human rights information put up on that site?” I said I was under nobody’s control and I put those informations on Boxun because there is simply no room for them within the Great Fire Wall. They would have been deleted.

The interrogation lasted for about an hour. These two men were then replaced by another two. About 2 hours, another two. In the end, “Fu” came in with a lanky guy in his 50s. He walked around me and said, “You are Liu Dejun, are you not? It’s me who had you arrested during last year’s Dragon Boat Festival.” I raised my head and stared in his eyes. He immediately wiped the  smirk off his face and was taken aback by my boldness, “You’ve long been on our list. Your pile of documents is as high as this.” He gestured with his hand, which was about 1.5m from the floor. He went on, “You have a natural soldier’s posture. If you were in the army, you could at least be a company commander.” he saw my contemptuous expression, “ I don’t fucking care about the Jasmin fucking Revolution. If you tell me who you are working for, the Americans or the Europeans, I could hire you to work for me.”

I replied sarcastically, “ I am not skilled enough for you line of work.”

He was even more surprised and took a look at his own body, “We don’t need skills in my line of work. You must think I am an illiterate brute. I am telling you, I got a fucking college degree. It’s dealing with ruffians like you that’s made me look unintelligent. For people like you, there is no such thing as legal procedures. You bet I could bury you alive, just like that. If you don’t cooperate, we can bypass the law, lock you up, and nobody could find you. See if you don’t become deranged ! If you cooperate, I could make you the headman of a bunch of prisoners provided that you haven’t become a lunatic by that time. Who do you think will come to your rescue? Your American buddies or European cronies? Or some crazy middle-aged bitch? Or your twitter followers?”

I didn’t say a word. In the end, he said, “I’ll give you some time to think it over. If you don’t confess everything, I will keep up the torture day after day after day. Every one of you bastards who’s come here keeps banging on some shit about upholding sanctity of the law. Utter bullshit. Don’t fucking talk law with me. We have our ways to tame you and we never fail. If you did successfully overthrow the regime and make a revolution, I would happily own up to what I’ve done. With so many witnesses, I wouldn’t be able to deny anyway. I am not like you cowards. You people can’t even protect yourselves. What makes you think you could defend other people’s rights? All you are capable of is waste our time to keep you here day and night.” He left after say these words.

“Fu”went out of the room with him but soon came back to warn me, “Listen, today you only had a taste of what we could do. From now on, we’ll repeat this again and again, day after day, and we’ll watch you suffer like hell.” I looked him in his eyes and said, “Alright.”

(conditions of the room: chemical fiber carpet with leaf-shape print, obvious marks on the floor after bed was removed, planks on the roof. The room is shaped  like an attic. Within the room, there is a smaller room about a dozen square meters)

On the second day, the two men who’d interrogated me the day before came back. This time, the interrogation was accompanied by beating.

“What kinds of people do you know?” They asked.

“I know many people but almost none of them politically sensitive.” This was the answer I kept repeating to them.

“Did Ai Weiwei give you your cellphone? Cos that’s what people on twitter say. ” they asked.

“Find out for yourselves. Everybody else knows the story.” I said.

“Do you know Laohumiao (老虎庙 a writer), Wang Lihong (王荔蕻 a human rights activist http://blog.boxun.com/hero/201108/wlh/1_1.shtml)?”

“Met them a few time, but don’t know them well.”

“Have you been to lectures held by the Transition Forum?”

“ Heard of but never been to.”

“Do you know Zhang Dajun(张大军) and Guo Yushan(郭玉闪)?”

“Met them a few time, but don’t know them well.”I said.

“Are you close with Ai Weiwei? How did you become his friend?”

“I made his acquaintance when I was visiting one of his art exhibitions. I am not close with him at all.”

“Then why he made a documentary film of you last year ?”

“ During last year’s Dragon Boat Festival, I was kidnapped and taken to a mountain. Ai knew of my experience through twitter and he asked the security police officer who was in charge of him whether such thing could be true. The officer said this story couldn’t be true. Ai said he himself was almost beaten to death in Sichuan and asked why my story would be improbable. The officer said at least not possible in  Beijing. Ai Weiwei then decided to make a documentary film to present all the evidence and witness accounts.”

“Do you know Liu Anjun (刘安军,activist)well?”they asked.

“Not very well.”

“Do you know Teng Biao ( 滕彪, lawyer and activist) ?”

“I met him once in a Chuangzhixing lecture (http://www.zhuanxing.cn/ ) but don’t know him well.”

“What other activists are you in connection with, both in and out of China?” I said none. The beating went on with the interrogation. They denigrated other activists’ characters and told me these activists despised me, which I knew was crap and ignored.

This kept on going for the next few days. They wanted me to admit that I’d called on others online to join the Jasmine Protests. I asked them to show me the evidence. They couldn’t. They kept beating me up and threatened me with my family. I said I might have posted a tweet but I wouldn’t say it was a call for revolution. I simply asked people to pick wild flowers as a gift for the police on the streets . The young man with a crew cut was visibly excited by this information. Slapping the table, he shouted, “Ha! You fucking said you didn’t call on others to join the Jasmine Protests?” He couldn’t reach me from where he sat so he walked around the table to come at me. The other man also joined the beating. They didn’t resume their seats until they got tired from such exertion. I said giving the police wild flowers was to show them love because there’d been much conflict and hatred between the police and the people. Before I finished my sentence, the younger man jumped up in a rage, “What conflict with the people bullshit!” They came at me again. The older man asked about my family’s class background. I said the landlord class as they must have known. He accused me of harboring a sinister hatred for the communist party and wanting to revenge because my landowning family’s fortune and properties had been taken away during  political movements  decades ago. I said it wasn’t true. They kept at asking my intentions of posting that tweet. I kept replying it was simply a call for more love and less hatred. They run through my printed files but couldn’t find that online record. I said maybe I didn’t post that tweet and believe it or not I couldn’t remember.

They asked who I was often in touch with, what kinds of people came to dinner parties among twitter followers, who paid the bills, and what I wanted to do in Beijing. I told them I loved being alone and wasn’t in touch with anybody most of the time. Dinners organized among twitter friends were open to anybody who wanted to come and every one had to pay their share of the meal. I came to Beijing to pack my things and end my apartment’s lease. My parents wanted me to come back to my hometown Wuhan, get married, and do some proper small business. The interrogators said if I cooperated with them they would let me get on with my life and even help me make big money. I said I was used to being by myself and wouldn’t involve other people in this. They threatened to jail my sister whose baby was only five-month-old for a couple of years for harboring a criminal ( ie,me). I knew they were only bluffing. They said they would harass my sister’s family every night. I was afraid they would harm her baby.

I knew they were after my computer because a couple days before,the police saw it when they were ostensibly checking my household register. I said I could call my sister and ask her to hand in my computer as long as they didn’t harm the baby. They said, “Get her to deliver your computer to Beijing.” I told them it was impossible and to get the computer themselves. My sister worked for a foreign company and I warned them her boss might turn to the Embassy if they did anything outrageous to her. ( In the first day of my interrogation, they asked me whether I shared my apartment with any foreigners.)

They dropped the question and instead asked  about my going to Qian Yuanhui’s ( 钱云会,http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qian_Yunhui)home  and protesting for Deng Yujiao (邓玉娇,http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deng_Yujiao_incident). The asked where my camera and pendrive came from. I said I bought them myself. They asked about the Yihuang self-immolation incident (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yihuang_self-immolation_incident). I said I didn’t participate. They asked why I went to Hong Kong, how come I could afford it, why I didn’t pay my taxes, and why I was at Szeto Wah’s funeral (司徒华,https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Szeto_Wah). They accused me of being funded for political activities and going to Hong Kong to get my money. I retorted that I went to Hong Kong merely for sightseeing. I could pay the trip because I taught foreigners martial arts as my source of income. I didn’t pay taxes because I didn’t earn enough to be qualified as a taxpayer. And I went to Szeto Wah’s funeral by shear coincidence.

On March 2nd or 3rd morning, a stodgy man in his forties came in with the the young man with a crew cut. This stodgy guy was about 1.7m tall, carrying a laptop bag. “Do you remember me?”he asked. I watched him for some time but couldn’t remember, and I asked him where and when we’d met before. He replied it was at a police station in Xie Jiekou (in Beijing) in 2008. But I said it was impossible because I wasn’t in Beijing the whole year of 2008. He then changed the subject and said he was a technician and only came here to discuss technical problems with me. He was trying to sound sincere. The young man with a crew went out to get us some water and I was left alone with the technician guy. I asked him whether he was from the Ministry of Public Security or the Ministry of State Security. He didn’t answer my question and repeated that he was only a technician working for these people. He noticed a large patch of skin on my face was scorched and had already already turned black, and there was lot of huge blisters on my face. And the ones on my nape burst due to constant rubbing with my collar. I was only allowed to sit, but not squat or stand, mere 6 hours of sleep, no breakfast, only steamed bread and salted vegetables for lunch and dinner. And I became terribly weak. I told him they tortured me with electric shock. “Fascists.”he said. I said these people were worse than fascists. At least those Germans didn’t torture the Jews in such a degrading way before they kill them. He advised me not to eat salted vegetables because they’d make me thirsty all the time. At this point, the young man with a crew cut came back into the room. I asked the technician guy whether he was a cop. He admitted he indeed was a police office from the Ministry of Public Security,  but added that his work was on technical stuff. The day before he was ordered to have a chat with me. He then said if I really wanted to get married and start a business he could release me on the conditions that I “behave” myself. I gave him a suspicious glance and knew they wouldn’t let me out when I still had such prominent injury marks on my face. He asked who I thought might be the instigators of the Jasmine Protests, rights activists, people connected with Boxun news websites, or overseas activists. I said before they kidnapped me I’d read on twitter that it might be some young white-collar workers in China. I think it very possible since these people tend to be more liberal and have a broader horizon because of their access to more information. He asked me whether I knew a man called Liu Gang. I said I didn’t. He said this Liu Gang wrote an article saying that Wen Jiabao had had Hu Jintao under control and Liu called on the people to join the revolution. I said there was no way such a thing would occur considering how the Politburo Standing Committee was operated. He asked my opinion on the conditions for a successful revolutions in the current situation. I told him I believed a revolution in China needed a Chinese Gorbachev. He said the central government was gradually reforming but the time was not yet ripe. I asked him why we can’t implement grassroots elections based on our election laws. He thought for a long time before replying with “We don’t have enough money to control everything yet”, which exposed their true colors entirely. They wanted to control everything with money, even to corrupt and manipulate the whole world.

He asked about my relations with many people, including Wang Keqin, Zhang Dajun, Guo Yushan, Ai

Weiwei, Lao Humiao, Wang Lihong, Liu Anjun (王克勤,张大军,郭玉闪,艾未未,老虎庙,王荔蕻,刘安军).

He asked me whether I knew Wei Shi’s real name. I said no. He told me it was ### and said Boxun news website was funded by CIA. He carefully observed my facial expression when dishing out this information. I’d never heard of such thing before and always thought Boxun was funded by donations. But before I said anything we were interrupted by someone saying it was time for dinner. He asked me again to cooperate and promised to offer me financial rewards. But I told him I had nothing to hide and would never tell  …

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[Video] How to topple a dictator

下面是文字版本,中文在后面:
Good afternoon, I’m proud to be here at TEDxKrakow. I’ll try to speak a little bit today about a phenomenon which can, and actually is changing the world, and whose name is people power. I’ll start with an anecdote, or for those of you who are Monty Python lovers, a Monty Python type of sketch. Here it is. 继续阅读 »

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猪坚强享受干部待遇,原主人想探望却无路费

今年,猪坚强10岁了,他住宿的是一室一厅,有人专门照顾生活。它现在每天吃20—30斤玉米、绿地散步1小时,它有可能成为最长寿的猪,博物馆还决定在它死后,作为标本展览收藏。

而离建川250里外的“猪坚强”的原主人,却坦言“有点羡慕它”,觉得活得比它艰难。万兴明夫妇已年近7旬,至今打工,多年来老人一直想去看猪坚强,却没钱买车票。老人不好意思地媒体面前老泪纵横地说:“猪坚强好福气,有人伺候有医生看病,我活了70岁,从没有体验过。它比我们活得好,有点羡慕它。”

唉,如果你不是共产党员,活得不如他们有一头猪。哪怕这猪曾经是你的。

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The story that I met God

I was born not as a christian. Religions were destroyed by the communist party regime. But there is a old church which was built by foreigners before the communist party’s ruling, it stands in the city center, but was expropriate by the government. One Sunday I saw a notice, that the Mass will be took place in the church (The Building was party return to the christian who unter the government’s control). Then I went in and listened the Mass.

On the end all the people knelt to pray. I knelt too, but I was not a christian. So I said to God in my mind:”God, if you really the God, the ruler of our universe, please give me a sign.”

On Monday, I was visiting a company, a begger, who looked very old and weak, came inside and said:”I’m very hungry, please give me some money for buying food.” The other reprimanded him to go out, but I said:”Don’t reprimand him, I’m giving him money.” Then I went out and gave him some money. He said:”Thank you very much!”, I answered it’s nothing to thank.

Suddenly he looked not thin and weak anymore, but very strong, said:”You are my brother. you are my youngest brother.” I didn’t understand why he talked like that. Then he suddenly knelt and said:”I return your kneeling, I return your kneeling.” I couldn’t stop him, because he was so forceful, then I knelt to him too. He looked me in the eyes very deeply. I understood it then, that he is giving me a sign.

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使用Tor 的.onion域名创建匿名服务和匿名网站

Tor不仅可以提供客户端的匿名访问,Tor还可以提供服务器的匿名。通过使用Tor网络,用户可以维护位置不可知的服务器。当然如果要访问这个隐蔽的服务,客户端也得安装Tor。

通过Tor指定的顶级域名(Top Level Domain,TLD).onion,可以访问其隐藏的服务。Tor网络可以识别自己的TLD,并自动路由到隐藏的服务。然后,隐藏的服务将请求交由标準的服务器软件进行处理,这个服务器软件应该预先进行配置,从而只侦听非公开的接口。如果这个服务还可以通过公共的因特网来访问,那也会受到相关连的攻击,这样就没有真正的隐藏起来。

我们可以使用tor指定的.onion顶级域名来隐藏自己的服务。接下介绍如果创建一个.onion的网站。

Tor 隐藏服务使用 .onion 域名。我将向你演示如何创建一个安全配置以阻止信息泄露、隐藏服务的 .onion 网站。

注意:这是严肃的话题。本向导目标是乐于运行 Linux 服务器的人群。注意安全。 继续阅读 »

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Tor,让你变身互联网“黑影人”

Andy Greenberg发表于  2014-06-28 10:19

Jerrusalem/译)距去年6月的棱镜门事件已经过去一年了,密码学已然从计算机科学的角落一跃登上了舞台中央。用户隐私团体和日益壮大的加密技术企业开始向大众宣告,给一切事物——电子邮件、信息甚至极限运动的GIF图——进行加密,是有可能实现的。

当然,我们仍需要一步一个台阶地来建立起真正的个人在线隐私系统,但至少我们现在正在靠近这个目标。仅仅依靠加密来隐藏信息内容,却将信息发布者暴露在外是不够的。相反,如果用匿名密码工具完全隐藏自己的身份,成为畅游于网络里的“黑影人”,那么监听者可能都不知道上哪儿去找你的交流信息,更别提偷看了。“在网络森林里隐藏好自己。”安全专家布鲁斯·施耐尔(Bruce Schneier)给出了躲避国家安全局的贴心小提示,“越隐蔽,越安全。”

如何化身“黑影人”?

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Linux及Ubuntu版零网下Tor的设置

折腾了几个小时,终于在Linux版的零网上成功启用了Tor。Tor官网和中文网站上的相关介绍都缺少一些关键环节,所以综合官网及网上其它朋友的介绍及自己的操作经验写了一篇详细的说明,让国内更多的人也能在用零网时安全地匿名。

Tor 网络是一个用来保护你的互联网以及隐私的匿名网络。Tor 网络是一组志愿者运营的服务器。Tor 通过在由志愿者运营的分布式中继系统之间跳转来保护互联网通信。这避免了人们窥探我们的网络,他们无法了解我们访问的网站或者用户身在何处,并且也可以让我们访问被屏蔽的网站。

在本教程中,我们将学习在各种 Linux 操作系统上安装 Tor 网络,以及如何使用它来配置我们的程序来保护通信。

推荐阅读:如何在 Linux 上安装 Tor 浏览器(Ubuntu、Mint、RHEL、Fedora、CentOS)

CentOS/RHEL/Fedora

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INTERNATIONAL / CHINA : Xi Jinping in RSF new list of predators of press freedom (ENG / FRA)

To mark International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is today publishing a grim portrait gallery of 35 presidents, politicians, religious leaders, militias and criminal organizations that censor, imprison, torture or murder journalists.
Chine – XI Jinping :

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A Report on Guo Feixiong Being Tortured

Menschenrechte für China (Please indicate the source)

Guo Feixion has been imprisoned twice. He was sentenced to 5 years in jail from 2006 to 2011. He has been put into jail since August 8, 2013, serving a 6 years sentence. He has stayed in 6 detention centers and prisons, been interrogated over 200 times, occasionally multiple times per day. Sometimes he had to be arraigned on a stretcher. 继续阅读 »

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Many in Hong Kong Fear Beijing’s Reach After Editor’s Disappearance

MICHAEL FORSYTHE January 8, 201608hongkong_web1-articleLargeAnthony Wallace/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images Protesters with photographs of five missing booksellers, including Lee Bo, second from right, this week.

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