A wounded villager from Wukan is seen after a riot with the police the day earlier in Lufeng, a city of 1.7 million, in the southern Chinese Guangdong province, on September 23, 2011. Hundreds of villagers in southern China protested on Friday over a government seizure of land, the latest outbreak of trouble in Guangdong province that illustrates growing public anger at the practice of land grabs.
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I wonder if China will face a revolution soon? Probably not, but maybe. I really think that it is needed not just there everywhere. Everyone that has access to the internet has begun the process of removing borders that we have imposed. We finally need a global government with equal representation for all. We need something that has to do with the internet so that everyone can have a say.
Source: The Atlantic