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Only an end of the "dictatorial Chinese main empire" brings freedom and democracy to the people in China and the oppressed minorities in the country like the Tibetans or Uighurs. "Under the cover of free trade western consortia make common cause with the executioners, and hoard dirt." Read more:

Here excerpts of an article I read today:

 

Peace prize winner Liao Yiwu: "The West makes common cause with the executioners"

For his courageous protest against the political oppression in China the Chinese Author Yiwu has been honoured in Frankfurt with the famous Peace Prize of the German book trade. In his words of thanks Liao, who lives in exile in Berlin, sharply settles the score with the regime of his home country and with the West. "This imperium must break up", he said several times in German in his speech held in Chinese in the Frankfurt Paul Church. Only an end of the "dictatorial Chinese main empire" brings freedom and democracy to the people in China and the oppressed minorities in the country like the Tibetans or Uighurs.

At the same time Liao, who escaped from China last year, attacked sharply the West. "Under the cover of free trade western consortia make common cause with the executioners, and hoard dirt."

It is an error to believe that the economic upturn of China will inevitably lead to political reforms, said Liao. "The system of values of the Chinese imperium has collapsed in itself a long time ago and is held together only still by profit thinking." The globalized free world will still get hopelessly tangled up in the "bad (Chinese) fetters of profit". Liao ended his thanksgiving speech with a moving lament in memory of the mothers, who had lost their children with the massacre in the square of Heavenly Peace in Peking on 4th of June 1989.

Liao, a street musician, has written his reports and interviews about rickshaw drivers, corpse washers and bar maids. On Friday at the book fair Liao clearly distanced himself from his Chinese compatriot Mo Yan, who received the Nobel Prize of Literature on Thursday. He is a "state author", who represents the communist regime.

 

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