As for the video, it's a little over the top. The Tibetan flag on the shirt, yeah, that's probably problematic. Not sure about the Taiwanese hat. There's actually quite a bit of back and forth between China and Taiwan. There are elements of China, especially in the larger cities, that are pretty hip...China's got problems, no denying that, but they are much more sophisticated and tolerant than this video would indicate...
People wrote the same kind of nonsense about German society in the early days of the National Socialist Party. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... arket.html
There must be some variation of Godwin's Law being violated here.
But we should go ahead and throw the US in with China since the US loves to execute people using lethal injection http://www.amnestyusa.org/our-work/issues/death-penalty/lethal-injection
. If I recall correctly, George Bush as governor of Texas never once stopped an execution. And we elected him president, twice! Even after he started wars and took away rights from American citizens.
At least the Chinese are only killing their own people, whereas in the US, we kill people by the tens and hundreds of thousands to bring democracy to their shores. After all we can't be killing those many people just for profit - well, actually, we probably are. We also had a president (Obama) wax lyrical and give reasons justifying why we (the US) must continue to wage war in his acceptance speech for the Nobel Peace Prize.
The article does raise interesting questions on using executed prisoners organs for transplants. If the state has the right to deprive a person of their life, is it more of a transgression to collect their organs? If it is, why? It seems more to do with where we draw the line "I'm okay killing someone, but desecrating the body is a sin". Would it be okay if the people doing it weren't making huge profits? Or if they were using the profits to compensate the victims of the crimes done by the person being executed?