post brief summaries of important news.
Since I'm writing a book on China and I'm doing a great deal of
historical research, this thread will also contain analyses of China
that are not available in the mainstream media.
Forty years ago, everyone in the world wanted China to succeed in
becoming an economic powerhouse and a responsible member of the
international community. To this end, Taiwan was replaced by mainland
China as the representative of China in the United Nations. China was
admitted to the World Trade Organization, with the hope that China
would adopt internationally supported trading practices. Western
companies have poured investments into China to take advantage of its
huge marketplace, and to help the Chinese people develop a vibrant
consumer and export economy. There were many doubters, of course --
China was still run by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). But Soviet
communism had collapsed, and it was hoped that Chinese communism would
do so too, and it was hoped that China would become a democratic,
free, open market society.
The hopes that China would become a responsible member of the
international community have disappeared. CCP government officials
are turning into barbaric monsters, worse than the Nazis. China is
arresting, beating, torturing, raping and executing millions of Muslim
Uighurs in Xinjiang province, with the apparent intention of
committing genocide and ethnic cleansing. China also arrests, beats,
tortures, rapes and executes many Catholics, Protestants and Buddhists
for their religious beliefs. After specifically promising not to
militarize the South China Sea, China has illegally built artificial
islands with military bases bristling with warplanes, missiles and
advanced weaponry to be used against its neighbors. China has
developed numerous nuclear ballistic missile systems that have no
purpose except to destroy American cities, bases, and aircraft
carriers. China steals intellectual property as a regular practice.
China takes advantage of international law by using it as a lever
against other nations, but then claiming that it doesn't apply to
My research on my book has been to determine from China's history
exactly how the CPP had turned into barbaric monsters. I've found
that every CCP policy is connected in some way to events surrounding
the 1860 Treaty of Tanjin, almost like a serial killer's actions are
linked to some traumatic childhood event. My objective is to
determine the following:
- How does China's history dictate its current barbaric policies?
- How long will the hard-working Chinese people tolerate
the abusive CCP policies?
- What will China do next, and in what time frame?
I've already developed partial answers to these questions. Further
research will be posted in this thread. I also expect to be writing
occasional long-form World View articles, summarizing the news items
and research in this thread.
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