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6-29-2009 @ 8:19PM
Well let's face it ...this has NOTHING to do with gold farming.China is NOT a democracy.They now "forbid" the trade of virtual goods. That's an example of pure communism.This has nothing to do with stereotypes or attacks. It has ALL to do with a totalism regime that doesn't respect human rights, the free speech, democracy and the will of the people.The China state will play a certain "game" as it sees fit. But the moment people want to express their opinions and just DO what they want in their free time ... the state intervenes and even executes people for sometimes trivial things that come straight out of the 14 th Century.... Problem is .... how long will it last... You can't stop the internet (see Iran), you can't stop the information flow and free speech.This is NOT an excuse for gold farming, but it IS about time the west sees behind the face we we were shown during the Olympics.China is NOT a democracy as in a democracy people can vote what should happen to virtual goods and leisure time.In fact it is and stays a crook state where corruption is the regular part of a system of exploitation and .... gold mining is a sad example of that.WIth states like China, Iran, N Korea and a dozen other we face the difficult challenge to even get through the 21th Century without a massive blood bath.The only thing that could prevent that blood bath is communications and the uncontrolled internet.This thing is FAR surpassing the state of mmorpg's, it is an example of a regime which doesn't know people can no longer be manipulated tx to the international communications.So sad we will - in the end - destroy ourselves and I am really afraid ... China is one of the states that first will destroy its own people.
6-29-2009 @ 10:57PM
and what of countries that manipulate the media for political spin?
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