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一早起來, 看到美國的各網站, 大幅報導: 劉曉波得到諾貝爾和平獎. 異口同聲, 大喊: 中國當局, 如何震怒云云! 
一時間, 又把諾貝爾獎, 捧上天.

呵呵!

這讓老丐想到: 諾貝爾獎頒給卡特, 甩布希侵略一耳刮子的往事. 

哈哈!

美國完全不管, 去年諾貝爾獎, 擦鞋奉送給屁事沒做的藕八碼先生! 

聯網的[榜眼]政論城市, 高喊: 釋放劉曉波, 讓他去領獎. 

熱鬧過後, 老丐想聽聽: 本市網友, 對於此事的看法.





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2010/10/09 08:03 【不平則鳴】 吹皺一池春水的諾貝爾和平獎
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环球时报的一项调查:

调查显示国人反对诺奖结果 近6成人要求其向中国道歉

http://world.huanqiu.com/roll/2010-10/1178039.html

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     據說劉曉波在第一間



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瞎摸象: 諾貝爾和平獎 打了西方 一記耳光?
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麥哥獎推薦.




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麥哥獎推薦筍子: 這個獎,其實充滿了政治意味
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聯網這次的首頁推薦, 難得的不錯!

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劉曉波拿了美國人的薪水,顯然是干願收受巨額資金去為美國人從
事顛覆北京政權的任務,他有了歐美的靠山,難怪膽子比雞毛撣還
大,這就像台灣省的獨派山頭,許多都曾赴美接受指導與金援般,
個個像吃兩大力丸的敢挑戰政權當局。
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劉曉波被北京市第一市法院以「煽動顛覆國家政權」定罪,並於2009
年12月25日,被判處11年徒刑、褫奪公權2年,俺看到此判決甚表欣慰
,這證明大陸不會如台灣省的國民黨軟弱的對企圖顛覆國家分裂的獨派
勢力給與放縱與滋養,大陸的各族群民粹份子得不到可以宣傳影響群眾
暴亂的各種媒體言論自由,得不到可以聚集獨派勢力的結社組黨權力,
大陸的族群和諧與政體穩定是可以長久確保的。
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老丐同意方天画戟(frostmourne)所說:

劉同學只是被逼著與當局一起說謊! 至少, 他事後向大家坦白!

看看美國的媒體CNN, 怎麼樣看熱鬧, 掀熱鍋:

China blanks Nobel Peace prize searches

By Steven Jiang, CNN
October 8, 2010 -- Updated 1725 GMT (0125 HKT)
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China censors Nobel Peace Prize coverage
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • China tries to delete jailed Nobel Peace prize winner from Internet public domains
  • Searches in China for "Liu Xiaobo" or "Nobel Peace Prize" throw up error messages
  • But some messages of support from inside China are getting online
  • Jailed dissident was awarded Nobel peace prize Friday

Beijing, China (CNN) -- With news media across the globe reacting to this year's Nobel Peace Prize announcement, authorities in the winner's homeland are racing to delete his name from all public domains.

Type "Liu Xiaobo" -- or "Nobel Peace Prize," for that matter -- in search engines in China and hit return, you get a blaring error page.

It's the same for the country's increasingly popular micro-blogging sites. "Nobel Prize" was the top-trending topic until the authorities acted to remove all mentions of the award.

Propaganda officials have also pulled the plug on international broadcasters -- including CNN -- whenever stories about Liu air.

Text-messaging on mobile phones is not immune from censors, either. A Shanghai-based netizen, @littley, tweeted his unfortunate experience: "My SIM card just got de-activated, turning my iPhone to an iPod touch after I texted my dad about Liu Xiaobo winning the Nobel Peace Prize."

For most ordinary Chinese, the only glimpse of the story came when an anchor read a short statement from the foreign ministry on state TV, blasting the Norwegian Nobel committee's choice of an imprisoned Chinese dissident for the prize "a blasphemy."

Video: Liu Xiaobo wins Nobel Peace Prize
Video: Analysis of China's reaction to Liu win
Video: Liu Xiaobo wins Nobel Peace Prize (Chinese)
Video: Lawyer hopes Nobel will help Liu Xiaobo

Chinese news consumers are no strangers to such blackouts.

The Chinese government, in its effort to control the flow of information, has long blocked some of the world's top social networking sites - including Facebook, Youtube and most overseas-based blogging services.

Disagreements over Internet censorship led to a war of words between Beijing and Google early this year, leading the search engine giant to redirect its Chinese services to Hong Kong.

Frustrated netizens have dubbed the state's extensive Internet filtering system the "Great Firewall of China," which is said to employ the world's biggest cyber police force to monitor the world's biggest online population of more than 400 million people.

An increasing number of mostly young, tech-savvy users, however, have learned to rely on proxy servers to circumvent the censors and log on to banned sites like Twitter, where the mood was ecstatic Friday night.

"We finally have our own Mandela and Aung San Suu Kyi," exclaimed @xieyi64.

"How come I feel today is the real National Day?" tweeted @joeliang, referring to the just-ended week-long holiday marking the 61st anniversary of the People's Republic.

Echoing their sentiment, many Twitterers -- based in China according to their profiles -- admitted they have cried in joy upon hearing the news.

Others expressed admiration for the Norwegian Nobel committee for its decision despite Beijing's stern public warning against it.

"Thanks for giving China a glimmer of hope," tweeted @Frankus21, while many more said they paid their tribute to the Scandinavian nation by eating a celebratory dinner featuring salmon, arguably Norway's most famous food.

With the news blackout there was also little criticism online of the Nobel award.

But some of the online enthusiasm has even spilled into the real world. A witness told CNN a small group of people gathered at Temple of Earth Park in Beijing to celebrate Liu's winning, only to be quickly dispersed by local police.

All the excitement aside, Chinese Internet users don't see their government loosening its grip on the media - old or new - anytime soon. They do hope, however, that their collective voice online will help push for Liu's early release.

Liu's wife, speaking to CNN after the announcement, certainly counts on these messengers to spread her husband's story.

"People who want to find out the news will be able to do so," Liu Xia told CNN under the watchful eyes of police in her apartment, when asked about China's censoring of the story.






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轮子也开始了向刘晓波发难了,杯具了...

“贵族犯人”刘晓波坐牢月薪知多少?(附图表)

http://www.aboluowang.com/news/data/2010/1011/article_110032.html



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用飄浮照片當頭像的市長(他是輪子嗎?) 曉波與當局串通, 宣佈天安門廣場沒有死人. 此事當真?
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刘与当局串通?得了吧,他没那资格,也更没那能力,当时他自己都不知道该怎么办,拿不定主意,最后临时在广场上搞了个投票。
说自己没见到广场死人的是来自台湾的侯德健,据侯德健自己说,他当时是力主不要在广场与政府发生冲突,结果必定是悲剧性的(有经历过在台湾戒严的时期)。
在侯德健说了当晚的情形后,刘同学等所谓四君子才出来证实确实没死人,并且指责乌尔凯西之流,刘同学这点上是做得很聪明的,估计是借鉴了侯德健的做法。
(说实话,我认为这些人中,只有侯德健是真正值得尊敬的)
相反,乌尔凯西大嘴一张四千人死在广场,柴琳小嘴一翘广场血流成河,香港有个黎洪更搞笑,从广场出来,脸不红,心不跳,开口就是估计是死了一万(结果这哥们在六四20周年亲口对着媒体澄清:当年自己在广场没看见军队打死一人)


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但也只是证明了候德健的话,戳破了其它一些人的谎言而已:
 http://gate.tycool.com:82/gate/big5/www.tycool.com/2010/10/09/00017.html
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