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"Western Slaves" (西奴） Website - photogallery page
The images below were captured on Nov. 27, 2010. This website is discussed in Talking Points on Dec. 10, 2010. The website (xinu.jinbushe.org) attacks some Chinese scholars for being slaves to the West (xinu 西奴). It obviously represents the extreme fringe of opinion toward those who favor adopting political reforms that the critics associate with the West. The listed individuals are considered virtual traitors, serving Western interests rather than Chinese interests.
In the photogallery below, we've highlighted the images of Liu Xiaobo, the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize laureate Liu Xiaobo and writer / activist Yu Jie.
These images are from screenshots captured in November 2010. The site was subsequently taken down.
The image below is from the site's homepage.
The site had a message for those labelled "western slaves":
See Talking Points for more on the context in which this site was created.
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