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Gun N’ Roses New Album: Falun Gong Have Seen the End of Persecution in China

Posted by Author on November 24, 2008

According to Gun N’ Roses’ official website, its new album Chinese Democracy was finally released

Chinese Democracy comes to America (from GunsNRoses.com)

Chinese Democracy comes to America (from GunsNRoses.com)

yesterday in The United States. This release is definitely not enjoyable for the communist China government, not only because of the word “Democracy” which is censored on the Chinese Internet, but also, most importantly, because it brings to light of the the brutal persecution of Falun Gong ( Info, case study), for which the regime has done it best to cover up all the time. Now the feeling of the Chinese government is more fear of crime exposure than anger.

Have a look at following short news report:

The song Chinese Democracy, was inspired by the Martin Scorsese film, Kundun which documents the life and teachings of the exiled Tibetan leader the Dalai Llama.  Rose first played the song live at a Las Vegas show in 2001 stating “…right now China symbolizes one of the strongest, yet most oppressive countries and governments in the world.”

Past the Tibet situation, Rose brings to light yet another atrocity in China with his mention of the persecution of the spiritual practice Falun Gong with the lyrics “Blame it on the Falun Gong, they’ve seen the end and you [the Chinese Communist Party*] can’t hold on now.”

The persecution of Falun Gong has been a reality in China for nearly ten years, starting in July of 1999, and the media outlets and news sources in both the East and the West, have been for the most part, tight lipped. Axl Rose has taken steps in a meaningful and honorable direction with the inclusion of real and breathing humanitarian content that takes aim at reaching the world’s people through his tried and true medium of hard rock music.  (by the Epochtimes)

Enjoy, fans.

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