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Censorship in China

One of the only ways to ensure a totalitarian regime today is a strong and
definite code restricting individual freedom and rights, such as free speech and the
right to elect your candidates. In recent publications and addresses the Chinese
government has censored references to launching political freedom and human rights
in China made by American officials. Is it justified for the Chinese government to
censor those remarks, even if they do contradict their interests? Is it acceptable for
outside factors, such as American speakers and writers, to make such offensive
declarations in the first place?
Clearly, the Chinese government is interested in keeping things like they are in
China, and not compromise with any revolutionary ideas that would alter its power.
So they cross out any reference to what they consider dangerous and provocative:
human rights, international relations, and political freedom (AKA shift of power in the
country). But they did not hesitate to pay tribute to progression and strength.
By those criteria, yes, the Chinese government is definitely doing a disservice
to its people. I do believe these human rights, those ideals by which the Western
world lives, are indeed crucial. The ability to criticize, change, develop, know, and live
life fully without being afraid or suppressed—something that seems so natural to most
of us—is key to peace and sanity. It is the next step in the mental development of the
human race. Accepting and respecting the individuality, the miscellany, and the
beauty in each of us and in the whole picture we create.
But needs differ from place to place and from people to people. If the Chinese
who live under a dictatorial government want a change let them lead their own
revolution. Changes in mentality over the centuries occurred slowly, but steadily. No
censorship can hold back people from thinking and trying to find solutions for their
misery. If outside sources do more than inspire or germinate such visions of
progression they are the ones doing the harm. I find the American heroic ideology that
everyone needs redemption very inappropriate and perhaps even humiliating. Perhaps
the long-experienced Americans can contribute a great deal, but I suppose the Chinese
people know what they want best.

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