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News Report Suggests Chinese Leadership Disavows Persecution of Falun Gong

Heng He / January 24, 2016

The anti-corruption campaign of Chinese Communist Party leader Xi Jinping is entering its fourth year. Tens of thousands of CCP officials have been investigated, and several of those who formerly were some of the most powerful men in China have been purged and convicted. On Jan. 12, the first high-ranking official of 2016 was convicted and sentenced.

The Real Reason HK Government Pulled Out of Dialogue

Diana Zhang / October 11, 2014

The Hong Kong government pulled out of negotiating with protesters after news broke that in 2012 Leung Chun-ying received a $6.5 million payment from an Australian engineering company.

But the real reason for the pullout can’t be seen from the surface.

Leung has been Beijing’s man in Hong Kong as chief executive since early 2012. The Communist Party backed him—until now.

People’s Daily, the Party mouthpiece, previously said that the Party trusts Leung and expects him to calm things down and close up the Umbrella Revolution.

Gao Zhisheng : Speaking from My Heart

By Gao Zhisheng 14/01/2011 (written on Jan. 1, 2009)

Under Heaven's watchful eye, and amidst the vast free and civilized world, there is no evil that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) would shy away from or is incapable of. It is truly shocking!

Even though China possesses 1.3 billion fellow citizens, my family, bereft of support, can be so very helpless!

China Faces the Era of Declassification

By Zang Shan  30/12/2010

When I was in college in the 70’s, I had several roommates who were the so-called “rusticated youth,” about 10 years older than me. (The rusticated youths were the result of a communist policy enacted in the 50's until the end of the Cultural Revolution that saw all universities throughout China closed and the youths sent to work as peasant farmers in the countryside).

Guardian : How do I know China wrecked the Copenhagen deal? I was in the room - Mark Lynas / 22 December 2009

Copenhagen was a disaster. That much is agreed. But the truth about what actually happened is in danger of being lost amid the spin and inevitable mutual recriminations. The truth is this: China wrecked the talks, intentionally humiliated Barack Obama, and insisted on an awful "deal" so western leaders would walk away carrying the blame. How do I know this? Because I was in the room and saw it happen.

Thousands of women used and discarded by Mao

Translated from Kanzhongguo  10/11/2009

Mao Zhedong’s licentious life may be well known by many people, especially overseas Chinese who are able to talk freely among their acquaintances. Recently, as there are many people talking on the web about the adultery of Mao and his daughter in law, I recalled what I had known about Mao, and hope it may help those women who had suffered and maybe help release some of their sorrow.

Parliamentary Friends of Falun Gong (PFOFG) Founded in Ottawa 30/10/2009

Parliamentary Friends of Falun Gong (PFOFG) was founded in Ottawa by an all-party group of senators and members of Parliament concerned about adversities facing followers of Falun Gong. It is the first such group of Parliamentarians in the world lending focused support to the practitioners of Falun Dafa, that has suffered a decade of persecution in communist China.

China in the Year of the Ox

By Barker 27/01/09

Twelve months ago, most people who admitted they were sceptical about the future of China’s economy would have been labelled a deluded crackpot.

Global United Front Work Strategy by the Chinese Communist Regime

WOIPFG 24/04/2008


1. Chinese Communist Party (CCP)’s global united front strategy

1.1 Chinese Communist leaders on the united front”

1.2 Strategy change from the "world revolution" to the "patriotic united front" across the borders

2. Chinese Communist Party’s overseas forces in action

2.1 CCP’s overseas “underground” Party organized activities

2.2 Using public funds for training leaders of overseas Chinese, joint activities and summer camps for overseas young Chinese

2.2.1 Overseas Chinese leaders’ training class in China

2.2.2 Overseas “friendship associations”

2.2.3 Summer camps for overseas Chinese youth and teenagers

2.3 Overseas “Chinese community social activities” organized to carry out Chinese Communist Party’s messages and objectives

2.3.1 CCP’s National Day Celebration

2.3.2 Overseas Chinese patriotism exploited by the CCP during the Beijing Olympic Torch Relay

2.3.3 CCP-controlled activities against the dissidents

2.4 The Overseas Chinese Communist forces with “the right to vote” forming

2.4.1 China Council for the promotion of peaceful national reunification

2.4.2 Association of Chinese Scientists and Engineers

2.4.3 Fang’s Newspaper Empire

3. Major tactics used by the CCP to control overseas Chinese

3.1 Enticing overseas Chinese media to become part of the Chinese Communist propaganda vehicle

3.2 Chinese Communist’s “root effort” to nurture and develop its power and influence overseas.

3.3 Make social dignitaries and luminaries the target of United Front Work

3.4 Budget and funding specifically established for the overseas unified front work

3.4.1 Upper/elite class entertainment and lobbying

3.4.2 Unified front propaganda advertising and media budget

3.4.3 Overseas “united social and friendship activities”

3.4.4 Dedicated budget and funding for the overseas Chinese culture “education”

4. Seeking and gaining World Wide resources through an Open Door Policy

4.1 CITIC (China International Trust and Investment Company) is the largest window to attract and utilize foreign capital

4.2 Increasing the dependency and reliance of Chinese markets by developed nations to attract and draw advanced technologies and major overseas fundings

China: Olympics Media Freedom Commitments Violated

Human Rights Watch 07/07/2008

The Chinese government continues to block and threaten foreign journalists despite repeated promises to lift media freedom restrictions ahead of the Olympic Games, Human Rights Watch said in a new report released today.

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