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Nobody cares to interview a single demonstrator in London

When it happened in Tibet and Xinjiang, the media called it “peaceful demonstrators” on one side and “brutal crackdown” on the other side.

When it happened in London, the media called it “riots” on one side and “restoring order” on the other side.

And nobody in the media cares to interview a single demonstrator in London as they have done in Tibet and Xinjiang.

BTW, the British Prime Minister, David Cameron, claimed that “we would have to be like the Chinese to stamp them all out.” I wonder why the media suddenly all stand by the Prime Minister instead of supporting the demonstrators?

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