Ay! Le dieron el premio a otro cabrón.
Maybe when China takes over Europe a few years from now, some Norwegians might actually realize what share of the blame is theirs to claim. And maybe all previous Nobel judges will be resettled by their Chinese overlords in one of those "scum villages" invented by the Dutch.
Censorship is a must, says China's Nobel winner
Mo Yan, who has won this year's Nobel Prize in literature, says censorship is as necessary as checks at airport security
This year's Nobel Prize in literature winner, Mo Yan, who has been criticised for his membership in China's Communist Party and reluctance to speak out against the country's government, has defended censorship as something as necessary as airport security checks.
He also suggested he won't join an appeal calling for the release of the jailed 2010 Peace Prize laureate, Liu Xiaobo, a fellow writer and compatriot.
Mo has been criticised by human rights activists for not being a more outspoken defender of freedom of speech and for supporting the Communist Party-backed writers' association, of which he is vice president.
His comments on Thursday, made during a news conference in Stockholm, appear unlikely to soften his critics' views toward him.
Awarding him the literature prize has also brought criticism from previous winners. Herta Mueller, the 2009 literature laureate, called the jury's choice of Mo a "catastrophe" in an interview with the Swedish daily Dagens Nyheter last month. She also accused Mo of protecting the Asian country's censorship laws.
China's rulers forbid opposition parties and maintain strict control over all media....
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