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China: Ran Yunfei charged with inciting subversion

Five days after he was detained, the family of Sichuan writer, scholar and blogger Ran Yunfei was notified today that Ran has officially been charged with inciting subversion of state power. Dark f**ing days indeed. [Note: People are now saying Ran has in fact been charged with the more serious crime of subversion]

8 comments

  • Y

    Not “Inciting subversion” this time, but “Subversion”!

  • Thanks, correction made.

  • 飞飞

    fascism comparing to communism, which is darker?

  • snemyllas

    Please publish the Twitter and Facebook accounts of the detainees. Inside GFW TOR may offer a view on the revolutionary activities round the globe and our support for detained activists like @wangyi09.

    In the meantime wondering how the German authorities would react if I RTed a discussion or a quote from the forbidden book “Mein Kampf” by that champion of inhumanity Adolf Hitler. Sorry Godwin.

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