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How the Atheist Government of China Terrorizes Its Citizens

November 12, 2011 Leave a comment

US Ambassador presses China on

forced-abortion opponent

Ambassador Gary Locke urges China to release blind lawyer-activist Chen Guangcheng.
November 6, 2011 08:06

China chen guangcheng anti forced abortion

In 2007 Chinese human rights activists Chen Guangcheng (in portrait, while jailed) was the recipient of the Ramon Magsaysay award for outstanding public service. (Romeo Gacad/AFP/Getty Images)

TAISHAN, China – US Ambassador Gary Locke is quietly pressuring the Chinese government on a high-profile human-rights case, acknowledging he had lodged a complaint over the extralegal home detention of blind lawyer Chen Guangcheng.

“We are very concerned about his treatment and, for instance, the reports his daughter was not allowed to go to school. Although he’s been freed, he is still under severe restrictions on his movements,” Locke told GlobalPost in a private interview Friday. He said the Chinese government has not yet responded to the letter he sent in September.

Chen was released last year after more than four years in prison but remains under house arrest, without charge, and has reportedly suffered beatings in captivity.

Since Locke sent the letter, Chen’s 6-year-old daughter has been allowed to leave her home to attend school, under guard.

The ambassador, who arrived in Beijing in August, added his voice to the chorus calling for China to ease its extreme treatment of the self-taught lawyer, who is known for exposing forced abortions in his hometown in Shandong province.

Chen has become a galvanizing figure for those concerned with human rights and with the growing clampdown on free expression in China. Dozens of activists, journalists and diplomats have tried to visit Chen in recent months. They have been chased away, beaten and robbed by gangs of thugs who stand 24-hour guard around Dongshigu village.

Still, the visits and support continue, with many referring to it as “adventure tourism” in Shandong.

In recent weeks, thousands of users of Sina Weibo, China’s micro-blogging service, have changed their photo icons to pictures of themselves wearing sunglasses in solidarity with the blind lawyer, who wears dark glasses. This week, iconic artist and government critic Ai Weiwei posted a photo of himself in shades to support Chen. Earlier this year, Ai himself was arrested and disappeared for three months over what he says is a fraudulent tax bill.

Chen, who turns 40 in the next few days, is a self-taught lawyer who ran afoul of authorities in Linyi, in Eastern China’s Shandong province, for exposing forced abortions of local women targeted by local officials under China’s one-child policy. After multiple run-ins with the law over his human-rights work, he was sentenced to prison for “damaging property and organizing a mob to disturb traffic.”

Since his release in 2010 Chen has been unable to leave his village or even his home. Last year, he and his wife managed to smuggle out a video detailing their lives in their home prison. After the video aired worldwide, Chen was reportedly beaten repeatedly. – More here

As for Biblical prophecy, besides this being more evidence of the last days, it also seems to imply that Asian countries, or certain ones, will be ruled by monarchies sometime in the future. This will be more likely to happen if enough Chinese citizens become wealthy enough, wealthy enough to afford guns, including sniper rifles, or grenade launchers. Once they can do that, they can overthrow their oppressive government, and China can then split up into various kingdoms:

Trainee Workers at Issue in China

From the Wall Street Journal:

Recent strikes in China are highlighting a technique widely used by foreign companies to keep costs down: hiring large numbers of “trainee” workers who can be paid less than the legal .

The practice, while legal, has been a source of complaint for at least some workers during recent strikes, and experts say foreign companies may have to refrain from overly relying on it.

For companies operating in China, “the whole labor-unrest saga should lead to a rethinking of labor relations,” said Andreas Lauffs, head of law firm Baker & McKenzie​’s employment-law group in Hong Kong.

As China’s become more aware of their legal rights, they are starting to question some employment practices, such as excessive overtime and the wide use of trainees on the factory floor.

For more on , see also an opinion piece in the Washington Post​ titled “China’s Workers Learn to Speak Up — But Carefully.”

Riot Erupts in Southwest China Town
Thousands rioted in Guizhou’s Qianxi County on Thursday, apparently incensed by an altercation with or “urban administration officials”. From Reuters:

The protest in Qianxi County, province, was the latest of thousands of brief, local and demonstrations that happen in China every year, and like many recent outbreaks this one pitted residents against “urban administration” officials charged with enforcing law and order.

A “clash broke out between urban administration officials and the owner of an illegally parked vehicle, drawing in thousands of onlookers and sparking incidents of crowds smashing law enforcement vehicles and blocking roads,” the website of China National Radio ( reported on Friday.

“Crowds turned over the vehicle of the urban administration staff and attacked police who came to quiet down the situation,” the official Xinhua news agency reported.

The rioters smashed ten vehicles and torched another five, said Xinhua, adding that 10 police officers and guards were injured. The police arrested 10 people suspected of attacking the vehicles.

Unrest also broke out last month in the nearby city of Anshun after chengguan allegedly killed a fruit seller and single father, Deng Qiguo. Soon after, a journalist was beaten by local police after travelling to Anshun to investigate the story.

Strikes & Protests Surge in China

The Los Angeles Times’ Barbara Demick​ examines the continuing rise of “mass incidents” as a means to address specific grievances such as pollution and land seizures.

These demonstrators have a narrow agenda and concrete demands: Farmers want a stop to confiscations of their land or to get better compensation for lost property. Homeowners want to stop demolitions. People want cleaner air and water and safer food. Truckers and taxi drivers want relief from soaring fuel prices ….

The number of reported “mass incidents” rose from 8,700 in 1993 to more than 90,000 in 2006, according to the Chinese Police Academy. A professor at Tsinghua University, , has told Chinese reporters he believes the figure last year was up to 180,000 ….

In China, it is impossible to go to court to get a temporary restraining order if, for example, a factory is spewing harmful sustances into the water supply or somebody starts building on your land. Petitioning, an archaic practice dating to imperial times, requires the aggrieved to travel to Beijing and wait for months, if not years.

Rioting gets results. Quickly.

A new China Labour Bulletin report, meanwhile, focuses on the growing number of strikes and other labour protests, as young migrant workers become increasingly assertive in demanding wage increases. From Reuters:

Although migrant workers have often won pay rises in recent years, they feel poorly served by China’s official, Communist Party-run trade union, which has often sided with management in factory disputes, the China Labour Bulletin said in the report.

Instead, and labor have spread through informal channels, with workers often using mobile phones and Internet message sites to coordinate, it added.

“They are giving each other in real time updates of their protests, and this has allowed workers’ rights groups, lawyers interested in workers’ rights, to offer advice, help them push their demands,” said Crothall, the Labour Bulletin spokesman, speaking of these digital tools.

The China Labour Bulletin report estimates that in 2009 China experienced about 30,000 collective labor protests, and adds there is “certainly no reason to suspect that the number of strikes is decreasing.”

Related Article:

2 million Chinese people attempt to commit suicide every year: 5th Leading Cause of Death Among China’s Citizens


Catholic Radio Show Host George Noory Promotes Demons Again

Yesterday night George featured the medium Mary Ann Winkowski. She is used, sadly, but not surprisingly, by the FBI. George allowed people to call in and ask her questions, and she was asked if she believed in the Bible, and she said that she did, and the same caller then told her that the Bible said that “the dead know nothing”, and said that Satan likes to play tricks, but she dismissed it, and instead of saying, “That’s not true” was disgustingly sly by instead saying that not all (human) spirits cross over, and so, negating God’s word in the next breath. A few minutes later another person called in and asked her why not all spirits cross over, and she gave the common, but nonsensical reason, which is that God gave us free will (and by saying this again negated God’s word and which implies that man’s will/what he wants is more important that God’s). Though she no doubt believed that God’s will was that man’s will be done, it’s a clear nonsensical error because mankind has multiple conflicting wills, things like I’m sure, putting God in Hell, or making a visible slave of him on Earth. So how can God do both? Obviously he can’t be in Hell and on Earth at the same time, or have the same woman’s body in two different locations for whatever man would like to be with her. The Bible clearly teaches that it is God’s will that is always done.

On top of that, Mary was implying (and all Arminian Christians, which includes many Pentecostals, and any Christian who believes that man’s will is accomplished over God’s) is implying the insane, the illogical: that man can do anything he wants simply by wanting to, by willing to do so in other words, or some would say, “wishing for it”. How insane is that? It’s against the common sense that everyone on Earth believes, except the severely insane, to believe that you can do whatever you want simply by wishing to. This teaching I just remembered, is more widespread than I realized: ever remember being taught “if you want something enough you can have it” or “if you try hard enough” or “you can accomplish whatever you want if you set your mind to it“? These pretentious cliches are used to encourage kids and young adults in public schools, especially the poor minorities no doubt (and no wonder most of them remain poor and die young being mislead by such stupidity). It was also spread all over the world by “gurus” by people like the super narcissist Tony Robbins.

A little while later, another caller asked Mary if she believed in reincarnation. Mary reluctantly said that she did believe in. When George asked why she was uncomfortable saying that she did, she said that she wasn’t supposed to because, get this: she was a Catholic.

Why doesn’t the Pope, if he is a so called by Catholics, “good man”, “of God”, does he, the leader of the Catholic Church, excommunicate Noory and Catholics worse than him? Some Catholic may say, “Well we don’t believe whatever the Pope says, only if he says it comes from God,” well hello: The Pope didn’t get to be the Pope by accident: he was put there by the other leaders you put yourselves under. And don’t Catholics realize that they are admitting that the Pope is a liar then? Does the Pope say, “It’s my opinion that babies shouldn’t be aborted”? No: he and your leaders state in public that it is wrong. Now if that is merely their opinions, then they are lying by claiming it’s Catholic doctrine, God’s will that it not be done. So Catholics are not justified by simply dismissing things the Pope says as merely his isolated opinions. It’s the same with child sexual abuse that occurs in their church: if it’s epidemic and generated by some sanctioned teaching itself in the church, like that priests should abstain from having a wife and sex at all, than to support that same “Church” is to approve of the child sexual abuse.

An argument against that, which I just realized, that someone might use against that, is “Well aren’t you supporting the evils of the US government or your local ones if you pay taxes to them and you know they will use it for wrong?” My answer is “No”, because the tax money is spread out for many different uses, often good, and are not highly focused in what they are used for, which in the Catholic church is always, supplies for demonic rituals, dogmatizing, setting up situations for secret abuse, church utility bills, with a little help for the poor and needy on the side, and that even is meant to convert/draw people into people to Catholicism. All governments are corrupted with evil men and women in them, so it can’t be helped that some of the tax money they get will be wrongly used. If there was a better government and not hard to live under, and the difference in behavior was great, and it wouldn’t kill you to try and go live under them, then I would agree you should do so. Besides that, God said,

If a ruler listens to lies, all his officials become wicked. (Proverbs 29:12)

And God is trustworthy. Therefore, anyone who accepts the Pope as their leader is very evil and an overall liar, and therefore a person who shouldn’t be trusted at their mere word and especially not for important jobs, especially not with saving someone’s life, unless that Catholic is highly constrained to do what is right.

After Mary, George had Hank Wesselman as his main guest. That man was so annoying, so pretentious, and mixed anthropology, traditional Darwinism and demonism (he said he was communicating with “jinn” (the Arabic word for demons) at one time. He went on and on excruciatingly about his talks with jinn, acting like he was telling the world something profound, and like he was some super holy wise man for having had the experience). Incredibly this man was so hardened, that even though he had read Forbidden Archaeology “for hours”, he still refused to believe the obvious fact that Earth is not older than 7000 years and implied a damaging confusing teaching was that he would have to see the objects himself that were mentioned in the book in order to believe in them. By so doing this evil idiot was teaching that multiple written eyewitness testimony cannot be trusted, but illogically that only him directly seeing and testing the objects is the only way to know (which is the attitude of a narcissist and blind person). Many excuse-makers who don’t want to believe the Bible use his excuse of, “I have to see it myself” yet hypocritically don’t use this standard for other things which they don’t perceive as validating the Bible (like seeing someone on TV jumping on an alligator or a singer at a concert – they just believe those things really happen). Yet if they see video or pictures of things which validate the Bible, they automatically doubt for not logical reason, and can’t be bothered to do a little research on the discoveries, and if they do, and find what merely appears to be a reasonable argument against the evidence, like in some forum or blog, they then automatically write the evidence off, and forget about it.

No wonder the world is devolving into extremely immoral idiots, like Adrianne Curry: they embrace demons. Even police officers and governments themselves are doing so. And this validates the incredible claim in the Bible that in the last days the world will openly accept Satan, calling him “The Beast”, and if not openly accepting him, openly accepting someone whom they know has his character.