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Author takes on China's premier, aware that free speech has a cost

• McClatchy News
Yu Jie has picked a fight with the Communist Party of China, and if state security forces haul him away in the dark of night, there will be no one to stop them. It's a risk Yu took knowingly when he wrote a book published this month that slammed the country's prime minister as an "actor" shilling for an authoritarian government.
 
 

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      Yu Jie is an exemplary dye-in-the-wool libertarian in China – one of the bravest freedom fighters that would die fighting for a world without government or any form of order or control of any individual, sane or zaniest … in the U.S. he would be a darn good revolutionary fighting for a country without taxation or Federal Reserve, among others. If incarcerated, most likely a clandestine rescue team known as the fierce-looking anti-World-Order SWAT commandos would spring Yu out of Chinese prison. He will be brought to live in the freest country in the world – the United States – where every question he raises against the government, freedom is the answer!  He should meet the father of FP.com, Ernest Hancock while learning his first steps of freedom in this country … seriously!

 

 


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