Tuesday, March 22, 2011


Smile and say, "Brutal dictatorship!"  Obama welcomes Chinese president Hu Jintao to the White House.  The US honors the leader of the nation with perhaps the worst record of human rights violations.

The US has asked Chinese government officials in Beijing to end the "extralegal" detention and "enforced disappearance" of leading lawyers and rights activists.

"The United States is increasingly concerned by the apparent extralegal detention and enforced disappearance of some of China's most well-known lawyers and activists, many of whom have been missing since mid-February," State Department spokesman P J Crowley said.

It seems that the Chinese soldiers have mistaken that Tibetan monk for a piñata!
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 According to a report in Time magazine, "...dozens of well-known lawyers and activists across China ... have vanished, been interrogated or criminally detained for subversion in recent weeks, a crackdown that human rights groups say is on a scale and intensity not seen in many years."

Crowley says that well-known Chinese such as Teng Biao, Tang Jitian Jiang Tianyong and Gu Chuan have all "disappeared" between February 16 and 19 of this year.  "We have expressed our concern to the Chinese Government over the use of extralegal punishments against these and other human rights activists," he said.

The Chinese leader insists that most Chinese people are happy and productive.
China uses a wide array of illegal measures to silence independent voices, including house arrest, 24-hour surveillance and coerced stays in government guest houses. These tactics are especially common around politically sensitive occasions such as the national legislature's annual session earlier this month.

Here's a report on the persecution of the Falun Gong in China.

The United States continues to urge China to uphold its internationally recognized obligations of universal human rights, including the freedoms of expression, association, and assembly, he also said.  Additionally the US remains concerned about the treatment of journalists in China.

A report by Amnesty International, Death Sentences and Executions 2009, tells us that China again refused to divulge exact figures on its use of the death penalty.  It is impossible to pinpoint the exact number of executions because that information is classified as a state secret; anyone disclosing state secrets can be held criminally responsible.  Thus Amnesty International does not know the exact number of executions carried out in 2009.

This happy Chinese family gladly does what the government tells them with no questions!

Evidence from previous years, however, as well as current sources indicates that the figure is in the thousands. Capital punishment is applicable to approximately 68 offenses in China, including non-violent ones. No one who is sentenced to death in China receives a fair trial in accordance with international human rights standards. Many confessions of guilt have been accepted despite stating in court that these were extracted under torture; the accused have to prove themselves innocent, rather than be proven guilty; and accused have had limited access to legal counsel.

Well, at least the Chinese don't use the guillotine!

Amnesty International reports that Chinese methods "of execution in 2009 included hanging, shooting, beheading, stoning, electrocution and lethal injection." 

Here a defendant is waiting for her attorney to arrive to discuss her case.  Unfortunately, she may not be able to see him when he arrives.  It seems that the soldiers have decided to catch up on their target practice.
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The Chinese president says his people mind their own business and don't bother the government about silly things like "freedom," "human rights," and "rule of law."

In order to punish the Chinese for their endless list of rights abuses, Chinese President Hu Jintao was invited as an honored guest to Washington, D.C. in January for a state visit that included high-profile talks with Obama on trade, currency, North Korea and other issues.

Prisoners in China are trained by their guards in Olympic gymnastic exercises.  But for some reason, however, the prisoner is expected to perform gymnastics with his hands bound.

The three-day trip included a state dinner on Wednesday--a special honor for the brutal dictatorship that is our valued Asian trade partner--and the eighth face-to-face meeting between Obama and the Chinese leader.  According to administration officials, this meeting is important because business leaders force the government to do business with China even though they imprison, torture, otherwise brutalize, deport, trample upon civil rights and kill their own people.  The abuse doesn't even end when they are dead.  Internal organs are removed from the corpses and sold to Westerners needing transplants at about $50,000 a pop. (Please see video report below)

Here's a report on how executed Chinese "donate" their organs for transplant patients.

Dr. Hannibal Lechter is in charge of the nation-wide Chinese liver transplant program.
Business leaders have the foresight and vision to see beyond that.  What they see beyond that is money.  It seems that that is just the cost of doing business with China.  And what are some of the benefits that the American people reap from trade with China?  They get lots of crappy products they can get elsewhere, including poisoned food and toys made with lead, which they probably don't want to get elsewhere.

Hu Jintao tells President Obama not to mettle in Chinese affairs.  Now is that any way for a guest to behave?

The Chinese state media, which is run by the government and does not even know what "freedom of the press" means--reported that Hu's goal in the visit was to stress how a constructive, comprehensive partnership between the two nations could be mutually beneficial. Of course, Obama discussed the need for China to respect the human and civil rights of its people.  In response, the Chinese leader laughed politely and handed Obama a fortune cookie.  It seems that a constructive, comprehensive partnership is one in which China holds all the cards and the U.S. makes believe that it has concerns over rights' abuses without doing anything of any consequence to force China's hand to change.  That must be what is called "diplomacy."

Dr. Lechter has taught Chinese soldiers how to remove the liver before executing a prisoner, which saves time.  For some reason, this man does not want his liver removed before having his head cut off.
"It is more important to honor and remember those who cannot attend this State Dinner rather than those who will be in attendance," said a statement by the Rev. Patrick Mahoney, director of the Christian Defense Coalition. "While the guests are dining on expensive and extravagant food there will be scores who will be oppressed and placed behind bars by the Chinese government because of their faith and political beliefs; people like Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Liu Xiaobo who is in prison," and others.

  Here's a report on Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Liu Xiaobo, who is being detained in a Chinese prison.

Fourteen American executives were invited to a meeting hosted by Obama and Hu Jintao, and were joined by four Chinese corporation heads. It wasn't specified what was discussed behind closed doors, but exports and investment in the United States were believed to have been key topics. Before the meeting, the Obama administration announced $45 billion in new contracts that it said will increase U.S. exports to China and support an estimated 235,000 American jobs.   The White House said 11 investment contracts worth $3.24 billion have been signed with China, and $13.1 billion worth of "other transactions" are being "announced or showcased."   What's a few hundred thousand crushed skulls when billions of dollars are hanging (no pun intended) in the balance?

Hu Jintao enjoys a meal at the White House while thousands of Chinese are brutalized, executed and then have their innards plucked out and tossed into a cooler filled with ice.
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  1. Say what you will, the propaganda poster artwork is awesome!

  2. I don't think it's only business; there is the matter of North Korea. I'm sure the President and his advisors do the calculations about how to maintain a complex relationship with China. And don't forget Taiwan, which China wants back. By all means, pressure China to respect civil liberties, but how far should any administration go? Far enough to lose China's cooperation in controlling North Korea or in tempering its ambitions toward Taiwan? F5

  3. Do not buy from any source that wants to destroy you.


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