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One man's free expression is another man's terrorism.

Friday, November 18, 2016 17:51
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Have you noticed how people misuse language in order to accomplish nefarious plans? The radical left Southern Poverty Law Center encourages “tolerance,” while describing Trump and his supporters as racists and haters. Or this article in the Wall Street Journal in which China wants to control speech on the internet, saying they want the internet to be “fair” and “equitable.”

There is a conference in China attended by all the big tech companies, who want China business.

During one session at the conference, former Hong Kong police officer Kam Chow Wong took the stage and flashed pictures across the big screen behind him of Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters in 2014.

“These kind of people, once they are radicalized, they become the next generation of terrorists,” said Mr. Wong, who went on to describe how the protesters used Facebook and Twitter.

China’s President Xi Jinping opened the conference with video remarks calling for a “more fair and equitable” governance of the global web. The main speaker at the conference wasn't a technology official, but the Chinese Communist Party’s ideological chief Liu Yunshan. Mr. Liu proclaimed China to be a global opinion leader on the use of new technologies in counterterrorism.

One man's free expression is another man's terrorism.

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