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China's ten-year prison sentence for Swedish publisher Gui Minhai (because he sold books in Hong Kong that criticize Xi Jinping) shows the futility of business-as-usual protests. Time to build broad collective pressure and to impose targeted sanctions.

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. @angelagui_  writes in @PostOpinions  : Why China’s cruel imprisonment of my father, Gui Minhai , should terrify us all

"Why China’s cruel imprisonment of my father should terrify us all" By Angela Gui, daughter of Gui Minhai

The Chinese government kidnaps in Thailand the Swedish bookseller Gui Minhai (for selling in Hong Kong books critical of Xi Jinping) then it claims (after incommunicado torture) that he has renounced his Swedish citizenship. That could happen to any of us.

A dark week for all Hong Kongers seeking to protect their freedoms from Communist oppression. The CCP must release Gui Minhai and drop these bogus charges against Jimmy Lai immediately.

China’s treatment of Gui Minhai, a Swedish bookseller, is a threat to international order, writes @benedictrogers 

From @WSJopinion : China’s treatment of Gui Minhai, a Swedish bookseller, is a threat to international order, writes @benedictrogers 

"Gui Minhai, a Swedish citizen, was sentenced to ten years in prison for 'providing intelligence overseas'…It should sound an alarm for any visitors considering going to China—you too might become a Chinese citizen unwittingly." @china_neican 

We know the Chinese government disliked Swedish citizen Gui Minhai because he sold books in Hong Kong that criticized Xi Jinping. But he's also laughably accused of sharing "intelligence." That could only mean information about his kidnapping and torture.

Gui Minhai: Why did China sentence the Swedish book-seller to 10 years in prison?

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China sentenced bookseller Gui Minhai to 10 years in jail on espionage charges and reinstated the Swedish national’s Chinese citizenship

#UPDATE  China sentences Swedish book publisher Gui Minhai to 10 years in prison on charges of illegally providing intelligence abroad. Gui is one of five Hong Kong-based booksellers known for publishing salacious titles about Chinese political leaders

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A Chinese court has sentenced Swedish bookseller Gui Minhai to 10 years in prison for "providing intelligence" overseas. He was one of five Hong Kong-based booksellers who went missing in late 2015, before resurfacing in Chinese police custody.

Gui Minhai, a naturalized Swedish citizen, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for “illegally providing intelligence overseas”

Gui Minhai was going to publish a biography of #China ’s President Xi. The Communist Party sent agents to kidnap him from Thailand Now they sentence him to 10 years in prison on ridiculous charges.

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