Edward Snowden Uses Xi Jinping’s China To Highlight Censorship Peril: Twitterati Asks ‘Isn’t It Similar To Your Friend In The Kremlin?’

Self-proclaimed CIA whistleblower Edward Snowden, who was just lately granted citizenship by Russia, took to Twitter on Saturday to alert of a far graver threat than censorship.

“What disturbs me far more is not the censorship itself, but how it designs the ideology of men and women,” Snowden tweeted. His comments arrived as he estimate-tweeted an AFP tale that mentioned authorities surveillance by the communist regime in China, led by President Xi Jinping.

Despite the fact that China’s communist leaders have been authoritarian, the problem worsened just after Xi took about in 2021, as he reined in the freewheeling social undercurrents of the change-of-the-century working with a combination of “technology, legislation and ideology” to squeeze dissenters, the AFP report claimed.

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Snowden’s opinions did not make perception to a Twitter person.

“Isn’t it similar to your good friend in the Kremlin. He is to some degree of a cult-like determine and the censorship is also the similar. How occur China bothers you but Russia does not?” the person mentioned.

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