China’s Internet Censors Allow Racist/Sexist Condi Posts, Apr. 12

Chinese Internet sites recently attacked Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice using racist language, according to Hong Kong press reports.

The South China Morning Post reported that while the Beijing government closely monitors Chinese Internet sites, there are no limits on statements deemed politically correct in the communist country.


“She looks like an orangutan, and talks rubbish; send us a beautiful woman next time,” stated one contributor to

“This black woman is not welcome!!!” stated another.


Other reported comments:

“Black devil”; “black pig”; “black whore”; “black female dog”; “You’re not even as good as a black devil, a real waste of a life”; “Her brain is blacker than her skin”; “Really ugly”; “The ugliest woman in the world”.



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