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No Blacks, Mongolians Allowed At Beijing Bars: Report

Discussion in 'Habari na Hoja mchanganyiko' started by BAK, Jul 24, 2008.

  1. BAK

    BAK JF-Expert Member

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    Wakati wakiendelea kumiminika katika nchi mbali mbali za Africa, kumbe wanatuona sisi ni 'social undesirables'!!! Wakati wao hawataki tuingie kwenye baa zao sisi tumewafungulia mipaka yetu wamiminike kama wanavyopenda!!! Halafu ukisema utaitwa mbaguzi!!!!

    No Blacks, Mongolians Allowed At Beijing Bars: Report
    July 19, 2008 04:40 PM

    Hong Kong's English newspaper The South China Morning Post reported Friday that Chinese authorities have issued a secret ban on blacks, Mongolians and other "social undesirables" from Beijing's bars during the Olympics.

    As the content on South China Morning Post's site is for subscribers only, here is an excerpt of the article c/o the Beijing drinking blog Beijing Boyce:

    Beijing authorities are secretly planning to ban black people and others it considers social undesirables from entering the city's bars during the Olympic Games, a move that would contradict the official slogan, "One World, One Dream".

    Bar owners near the Workers' Stadium in central Beijing say they have been forced by Public Security Bureau officials to sign pledges agreeing not to let black people enter their premises....

    Security officials are targeting Sanlitun, which Olympic organisers expect to be a key destination for foreign tourists looking for a party during the Games.

    The pledges that Sanlitun bar owners had been instructed to sign agreed to stop a variety of activities in their establishments, including dancing and serving customers with black skin, they said.

    China's preeminent English-language media analysis site Danwei didn't lend credence to the SMCP report, calling the high-level ban "unlikely." However Jeremy Goldkorn writes on Danwei that "it is highly plausible that some low level cops have issued such instructions, especially with the current state of high alert in Beijing making officials and government agencies paranoid and very nervous about foreigners."

    Further investigation by Beijing Boyce, who interviewed Beijing bar owners on the alleged ban, found that low-level Beijing cops have been visiting the capital city's watering holes and warning owners and employees to keep their eye on black patrons. According to an update Saturday on Beijing Boyce:

    An owner said police met with Sanlitun bar reps and told them to monitor black patrons. He said the police told the reps that drug dealers are predominantly black in the area. He said the police did not ask bar owners to ban blacks.
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    Unaweza kuta wanaogopa magaidi.
    Si unajuwa tena maandalizi ya olimpiki?
    Sasa hata hapo bongo penyewe Bush ama Malikia akija si zomba zomba na karandinga la mamwera na wao ndio kama sikukuu kwani kuingia rupango ni bure kutoka ni mpaka kieleweke mzee.
  3. R

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    Hawa Jamaa mbona wao wanamiminika hapa kwetu kama mvua za masika? Tembelea mitaa ya karikoo uone jinsi wanavyofanya Umachinga halafu huku kwao wanatuona sisi ni “Social Undesirables”!!!! Wanatukatalia hata kuingia kwenye baa zao wakati sisi tunawakubalia kuwa mabosi wetu. Stupid!!! SOMETHING HAS TO BE DONE…