Olympisk tortur

I det stadig kommunistiske Kina har man stor erfaring med tortur, og det er ikke sådan noget pjat som at nægte en fange vand i et kvarter under et forhør (som var den type “tortur” Annemette Hommel blev hængt ud for af de hjemlige pladderhumanister). Nej, i Kina går man anderledes grundigt til værks – man har stor erfaring fra den kinesiske historie, som er blevet vedligeholdt bl.a. ved at torturere tibetanske buddhist-munke. Yang Chulin var endda ikke engang ved at planlægge at myrde så meget som en eneste bladtegner – han gav bare udtryk for sin mening.

Efter min ringe mening burde alle stater, som kalder sig demokratiske, boykotte denne olympiade, men det tør man ikke på grund af det kinesiske markedspotentiale – penge er vigtigere end mennesker. Ren Arla. Hold dig væk, Kronprins Frederik!!!

Læs mere om sagen på “A thinking man”:

Human rights activist Yang Chunlin has been detained for nearly 8 months for his involvement in collecting signatures for a petition entitled “We Want Human Rights, not the Olympics”.

During his five and a half hour trial on 19 February 2008, he was forced to sit on a metal chair with a ring around the bottom which was used to lock his legs in place and fix his sitting position. He was unable to stretch, move or stand up throughout.

According to reports he has been tortured in police custody – on one day in September his arms and legs were reportedly stretched and chained to the corners of an iron bed so that he could not move. He was forced to eat, drink and defecate in that position and clean up the defection made by other detainees subjected to the same treatment. People subjected to this experience intense pain all over their body.

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