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Not Banned In China

by @ 3:51 pm on February 28, 2007. Filed under Blogging, China

This website let’s you test to see if your website is blocked by the Chinese government’s internet firewall.

Apparently, the Chinese don’t consider me a threat because Below The Beltway is not blocked.

Obviously, I’m not denouncing the murdering Communist Chinese leadership enough.

Update: This blog may not be considered subservice subversive in Beijing, but The Liberty Papers is. How appropriate.

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3 Responses to “Not Banned In China”

  1. KipEsquire says:

    I’m blocked — I suddenly feel important.

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