You Can Call It the Way You Want!……..It is still Censorship by Any Other Name — Written 07/12/2013

For Your Entertainment (FYE)
Despite Viet Nam official news………
There is NO “reprieve” and you CANNOT access BBC and/or CNN ANYWHERE IN VIET NAM TODAY!!!!!!!!!!!!…………
Since May 20th, 2013, after BBC and CNN have been withdrawn from any compressed (cable) or wideband (antenna/satellite) broadcasts,  Viet Nam doesn’t have any foreign TV source of News.
“Fairy Tale” or “Mere Coincidence”??/?…….CNN was “unplugged” after Amanpour had a particular “tough” interview with the Russian Ambassador in the USA about Russia position on different issues and where the Russian Ambassador was furious……….”Curiouser and curiouser” like they say in “Alice in Wonderland” and other “Wizard of Oz” ……;+)
 Only Bloomberg TV (which stays away from political news as much as possible, especially when the news concern their foreign governments advertisers……) is still on cable, but they are the ones advertising “Air Viet Nam”,…… no wonder they don’t have their license pulled.even though they broadcast only in English…..Go figure the new “anticorruption” program of Viet Nam Government………;+)
I am sure the Vietnamese Government would agree with the quote below:
““If everybody minded their own business, the world would go around a great deal faster than it does.”
Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland
…and most Governments would say of their citizens:
“‘Who cares for you?’ said Alice, (she had grown to her full size by this time.) ‘You’re nothing but a pack of cards!’
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is a novel by Lewis Carroll(Charles Lutwidge Dodgson), published on 4 July 1865, three years after the first telling of the tale to the three Liddell sisters, Ina, Alice and Edith, and promising to write it down at the request of Alice. It is similar to his later novel, Through the Looking-Glass.”……

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