Police Remove Olympic Torch Bearer On Orders Of Chinese Paramilitary Thugs
Communist Chinese-style political oppression comes to San Francisco as cops shove woman to sidewalk for displaying Tibetan flag

Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet
Friday, April 11, 2008
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Communist Chinese-style political oppression came to San Francisco on Wednesday when police, acting on the orders of Chinese paramilitary cops, removed and shoved to the sidewalk an Olympic torch bearer for displaying a Tibetan flag, as the woman's pleas that she had the right to free speech as an American citizen fell on deaf ears.

After seizing the Tibetan flag, the blue tracksuit-clad specially trained Chinese paramilitary police thugs who manhandled protesters in London made the torch bearer known to the San Francisco police were all too willing to do their dirty work for them.

Equally outrageous as Carter having her right to free speech violated is the fact that San Francisco police were following the orders of the Chinese paramilitary cops who turned her over to them in the first place. This is completely illegal and lawsuits need to be brought on the basis that the city allowed foreign cops to police Americans, which is completely unlawful unless a state of martial law has been announced. The people of San Francisco have a basic human right to know whether or not their city is operating under martial law.

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In a You Tube video, Majora Carter, the founder and Executive Director of Sustainable South Bronx, and co-founder of Green for All, is seen being reprimanded by police before being pushed to the sidewalk during the Olympic procession.

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"I was carrying a flag for Tibet and the Chinese guards came and took it from me," said Carter.

"I'm an American citizen, if I want to stand and support other people in Tibet I can do so - and I was not given that right," she continued.

"Free Tibet! Because we're American, we can do that," exclaimed Carter.

According to the New York Daily News, "Carter said a Chinese paramilitary squad escorting the torch pounced and turned her over to cops, who pushed her into the crowd."

"I was expressing my right as an American citizen using freedom of speech in support of people who don't have it," Carter said. "It just became really clear to me what was going on in Tibet and I wanted to do something," Carter told the media.

"Apparently, I'm not part of the Olympic torch-bearing entourage anymore," she quipped.

The Coca-Cola Company, who had sponsored Carter to represent them during the torch relay, were nonplussed about the incident.

"It's unfortunate that Ms.Carter used an invitation to participate in the torch relay as a platform to make a personal, political statement," a company spokeswoman said.


Majora Carter talks to the media after she is shoved to the sidewalk and kicked out of the Olympic procession by San Francisco police - acting on the orders of Chinese paramilitary police.

"It would be more disgusting not exercising my constitutional right," Carter responded.

Carter was asked to make the statement by Students for a Free Tibet in Memphis during last week's events to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s death.

A report in the New York Daily News quoted an NYPD police officer and a retired FDNY fireman, both of whom also carried the torch and chastised Carter's actions as "disgusting and appalling," seemingly ignorant of that fact that such protests are outlawed in China because it is a Communist police state, unlike America which is supposed to be "the land of the free" where a God-given right to freedom of speech is afforded to every American citizen.

The incident coincides with an announcement by Jacques Rogge, the president of the International Olympic Committee, who said that athletes who display Tibetan flags, even in the privacy of their own rooms, could be expelled from this summer’s Games in Beijing under anti-propaganda rules.

This is not the first time that American police have displayed behavior more befitting of their Communist Chinese counterparts. During a March 14th rally in New York, peaceful Tibetan demonstrators were beaten up by cops who also threatened to kill them, during a sickening attack that was also caught on video.

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