Dutch Parliament Passes Motion: Chinese Communist Party Commits Genocide
The building of the Artux Vocational Skills Education Training Center, believed to be a “re-education” camp for mostly Muslim minorities, north of Kashgar in China’s Xinjiang region, June 2, 2019.
Following the lead of the United States and Canada, the Netherlands has accused the Chinese Communist Party of genocide for its brutal persecution of ethnic minorities in Xinjiang. On Thursday (25), the Dutch parliament voted by a majority to pass a motion accusing the Chinese Communist Party of genocide.
According to Reuters, the motion states, “Genocide is taking place in China against the Uighur people.”
Radio Free Asia reports that the motion does not explicitly hold the Chinese government responsible, however, and that the resolution itself is not binding. The resolution makes the Netherlands the first European country to characterize the Communist Party’s Xinjiang policy as “genocide,” and is expected to encourage other European countries to take similar action.
On Monday, Canada’s parliament also passed a non-binding motion condemning the Chinese Communist Party’s genocide of the Uighur people. The Chinese Communist Party protested fiercely. Earlier, the U.S. Trump administration’s State Department also characterized the Chinese Communist Party’s actions in Xinjiang as “genocide.
Joint Meeting of 117 Organizations Calls for Accountability for Live Organ Harvesting
On February 24, 2021, the International Ending Transplant Abuse in China Coalition (ETAC), the Communist Victims Foundation in Washington, D.C., and 117 other organizations jointly held a seminar on live organ harvesting by the Chinese Communist Party. (Conference video)
The International Transplant Abuse Coalition in China (ETAC), the Communist Victims Foundation in Washington, D.C., and 117 other organizations jointly held a seminar on live organ harvesting by the Chinese Communist Party. Experts, parliamentarians, officials and representatives of institutions from 25 countries, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, the European Union and Australia, attended the seminar.
Experts from many countries called for the Time for the international community to unite and take action to hold the Chinese Communist Party accountable for the organ harvesting of Falun Gong practitioners and Uighurs.
Sir Geoffrey Nice QC, a judge on the China Tribunal, said that their team was a “blank sheet of paper” before investigating the issue of live organ harvesting. They had no preconceptions, no particular sympathy for the victims, and they were not activists, but simply “dealt with the evidence presented to them” and “gave an answer to a question in the form of a judgment. “This is a verdict of many people coming together.”
Dr. Lin Xiaoxu, director of the Liaison Department of the Falun Dafa Society in Washington, D.C., said that the “historic verdict” handed down by the British “China Tribunal” provides an important reference for countries around the world on how to deal with the Chinese Communist Party.
He said that the Chinese Communist Party’s practice of forced organ harvesting is not just a common crime against humanity, but is known as “cold genocide. He said the international community should strongly condemn the CCP and call on lawmakers to stop organ transplant tourism to China, among other ways to hold the CCP accountable.
Wendy Rogers, a professor at Macquarie University in Australia, said, “It is clear that the Chinese Communist Party is ultimately responsible for the forced harvesting of organs, that it has sanctioned the persecution of the victims, and that it has sanctioned the development of an industrial-scale organ transplant industry in China.” “Organ transplant professionals have a moral responsibility to act, and they have the knowledge and power necessary to speak out. If they do not, we should hold them accountable for their silence.”
Communist Party’s two sessions are like a great enemy, with hundreds of thousands of people patrolling 37 levels of vehicle security checks
The National People’s Congress (NPC) and the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) of the Communist Party of China (CPC) opened on March 5 and 4, respectively. Beijing is on the verge of a major enemy, launching massive security measures this Monday (22), mobilizing hundreds of thousands of people to patrol the streets and subjecting vehicles for the “two sessions” to 37 security checks. The so-called “moat” of security arranged by the authorities even extends to Beijing’s neighboring provinces and cities.
This year’s “two sessions” of the Chinese Communist Party, all kinds of security checks layer upon layer to increase. The State Post Bureau of the Communist Party of China recently notified that from February 25 until the day after the closing of the “two sessions”, mail expresses into Beijing have to go through “secondary security checks”. The postal administrations of Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei, Inner Mongolia, Liaoning, Shanxi and Shandong have to coordinate their actions to build a so-called “moat” defense line around the Beijing mail delivery.
In addition to the postal system, the so-called “moat” defense also includes strict prevention of visitors entering Beijing. According to Radio Free Asia, defenses have been set up in Hebei, Shanxi and Inner Mongolia around Beijing to intercept foreign visitors. Governments across the country have begun “guarding” local visitors, and some dissidents in Beijing have been “put on guard.
In addition, the “two sessions” of the car security requirements must pass 37 hurdles, including vehicle qualifications, appearance, safety performance, etc., all to “comprehensive medical examination”. For the “two meetings” to serve the driver to go through layers of selection and political review, and to carry out anti-terrorism, anti-riot and Epidemic prevention and control training, but also to complete all the vaccinations.
Something is wrong! The two sessions of the approaching missile expert was withdrawn from the CPPCC, 4 possible
As the two sessions of the Communist Party of China (CPC) are about to be held, Zhang Jinhong, a female missile expert from the China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation (CASIC), has been revoked as a member of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) in a rare move. Commentator Wang Duran and retired Chinese Communist Party officials made an analysis, there are several possibilities.
In 2018, Zhang Jinhong was on the list of CPPCC National Committee members. In 2003, the China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation (CASIC) praised Zhang Jinhong as a “female missile expert,” saying she had dedicated the best 17 years of her Life to missile development.
The incident occurred on the eve of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) and National People’s Congress (NPC) meetings, and the Xinhua News Agency’s report on Zhang Jinhong’s disqualification as a CPPCC member did not disclose the reason.
A retired official in Inner Mongolia, Mr. Song, who is familiar with the situation in China’s official circles, said in an interview with Radio Free Asia that it was unknown whether Zhang had “messed up” politically or whether he had “broken” the missile, but in China, you take the wrong side. It’s possible. It’s also possible that you screwed up the missiles. There’s also a third possibility that the Communist Party’s official struggle with each other has failed, and that’s also possible.
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Xi Jinping poverty alleviation speech stare at the draft for 3 seconds to read “peppered surface”
Xi Jinping in the poverty alleviation summing up the recognition of the General Assembly when reading the draft suddenly stuck 3 seconds, and then read out a puzzling word “pepper”, causing concern among netizens.
Some netizens speculate that he may not recognize these words for a while before getting stuck. And because the meaning of “pepper noodles” is unclear, some people even think that he read into the wrong word. Some netizens teased, “I sneezed five times after listening to it”. There are also netizens who say, “The draft is not so bad to read in advance”.
The company’s main business is to promote the development of the company’s products and services. He used the term as a metaphor for the way local officials only allocate a small amount of money and resources for poverty alleviation, scattering them aimlessly to poor areas and doing a perfunctory job.
Xi Jinping often uses local colloquialisms in his speeches, which are sometimes rather out of the ordinary and baffling.
Xi Jinping’s speech is a great example of how to “fight the rich and share the land”.
Xi Jinping said at the “National Poverty Eradication Conference” that China’s poverty eradication has created a “miracle on earth”, and even praised the black history of the Chinese Communist Party for “fighting the rich and dividing the land” in a rare move. Overseas public opinion was shocked. Some commentators think it may target the rich.
According to the Chinese Communist Party’s Xinhua News Agency, on Feb. 25, the Communist Party held a “national summing-up and commendation conference on poverty eradication” at the Great Hall in Beijing. Xi Jinping presented awards to the winners and delivered a speech. Xi first reviewed his so-called achievements in poverty alleviation during his eight years in power.
Xi declared that the CPC had achieved comprehensive victory in poverty eradication, creating what he called a “human miracle that has set a mark in history”.
Commentator Wang Duran said that the CCP’s standard for poverty alleviation is to fill the stomach, but in reality, a significant portion of the population has not even achieved this, and there are many videos of this kind in the public domain.
Xi also praised the Communist Party for “fighting the landlords and dividing up the land,” claiming that it led the peasants to “fight the landlords and divide up the land,” implementing “the plowman has his own land,” helping the poor turn over a new leaf, establishing the Communist regime and creating the fundamental political conditions for escaping poverty.
Foreign media reported that Xi Jinping is the first CCP leader to publicly praise the black history of “fighting the landlords and sharing the land”.
The New Tang Dynasty reports that the Communist Party’s “fighting the landlords and dividing the land” was a direct attempt to loot the land and wealth of the countryside. Xi Jinping’s praise for “fighting the rich and dividing the land” is thought to be aimed at the rich.
In recent years, China’s rich list has also been called the “pig-killing list” by netizens, but the top powerful families of the Communist Party, who are invisible tycoons, never make the list. The Internet continues to circulate news suggesting that the rich should leave.
A video of a 2018 speech by Cui Shanying, founder of Beijing-based Phua Business School, was earlier exposed online. He revealed that more than a dozen wealthy people in Beijing with tens of billions of dollars in assets were banned from leaving the capital by order of the Beijing Public Security Bureau and the Security Bureau.
Cui Shanying also said that although these people still post their friends and blogs online, their only real thought is “to save their lives”, and no one said that the money is of any use. But Cui Shanying did not disclose the details of these rich people.
The commentator, Wang Duran, said that from the thinking revealed by Xi Jinping, he generally believes that the rich people in China are all rich because of their relationship with the party, so their property should also be the party’s.
Xi Jinping’s grand plan for perpetuity, and the red generation in a vicious fight
Last Saturday, Beijing authorities held a high-profile symposium to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the birth of the late Chinese Communist Party Central Committee Chairman and Premier Hua Guofeng, with the presence of Mao Zedong’s grandson Mao Xinyu and Liu Shaoqi’s son Liu Yuan, raising suspicions. Apple Daily published an opinion piece by Pan Xiaotao, saying that the Beijing authorities’ high-profile commemoration of the forgotten leader is related to Xi Jinping’s grand plan for perpetuity.
According to Pan’s analysis, two characteristics of Hua Guofeng should be the main reason why Xi wants to commemorate him. One is loyalty to the Party. The so-called loyalty to the party is nothing but loyalty to the leader, to Mao Zedong. We have always followed all of Chairman Mao’s instructions”, which was later criticized by Deng Xiaoping as the “two mortalities”, and the foolish loyalty to Mao, who did not think of making progress even though the economy and livelihood were on the verge of collapse. However, this kind of foolish loyalty of party members is precisely what Xi Jinping needs most at the moment.
Deng Xiaoping’s political legacy, in addition to reform and opening up, is more importantly the abolition of the party’s life-time system, and all those who have reached the age of 70 must step down. This system of handing over power is precisely what prevents a one-man party dictatorship, which is another major stumbling block to Xi’s perpetuation.
Xi Jinping does not like Deng Xiaoping. Xi’s father, Xi Zhongxun, offended Deng Xiaoping by sympathizing with and supporting Hu Yaobang, who was forced to step down as general secretary of the Communist Party, and was suppressed and relegated by Deng. In recent years, Xi has cracked down on the Deng Family, dismantling their business empire, Anbang Group, and jailing their granddaughter-in-law Wu Xiaohui.
In addition, Xi Jinping’s relationship with the Deng family and some of the Red family has deteriorated in recent years, not only because of practical interests, but also because of differences over perpetuity. The company’s successor arrangement has been abolished, and the benefits will only be concentrated in the hands of the Xi family and its cronies. In another eight to 10 years, the second generation of the Reds, the princelings and other powerful families will probably be eliminated by the times, and they will not stand by and let Xi Jinping continue forever.
The company’s main goal is to provide the best possible service to its customers. So, by commemorating Hua Guofeng, the more orthodox second-generation Reds, including the descendants of Mao and Liu Shaoqi, were called to attend the meeting, tantamount to standing up for Xi Jinping to counter criticism from those Red families.
The fact that Hua Guofeng was not only “persecuted” by Deng Xiaoping, but was also the direct successor of Mao Zedong, gives him moral legitimacy, so Beijing wants to commemorate him in a high profile.