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The Chinese World War
May 24, 2021 06:05PM

ONE CHINA POLICY AND THE WORLD AT CHINA'S KNEES


ONE CHINA POLICY IS THE BIGGEST STRATEGIC WIN FOR COMMUNIST CHINA IN THE HISTORY OF COMMUNIST CHINA. ONE CHINA POLICY IS ONE OF THE BIGGEST MISTAKES USA IS STILL HOLDING ON TO. ACCEPTANCE OF THIS ONE CHINA POLICY BY WORLD NATIONS IS HOW COMMUNIST CHINA DOMINATES THE WORLD. IF ANY DAY WORLD NATIONS CAN UNITE AGAINST THIS ONE CHINA POLICY THEN COMMUNIST CHINA WILL COLLAPSE

The US and its allies will never be able to bring Taiwan authorities into the WHO.


CHINA GETS THINGS DONE AS THEY WISH. USA AND UK JUST MAKE NOISES BUT NOTHING GET DONE

The first known settlers in Taiwan were Austronesian tribal people, who are thought to have come from the islands which sits on the Austronesian plate which connects Indonesia, and adjoining nations.

If you research the Taiwan geography there are two island chains on the east side of Taiwan - one in the (top portion of the map) Japanese direction and another (bottom portion of the map) in Australian /Indonesian direction. So it is probable early Japanese settlers in the north part and early Australasian settlers in the south part migrated to the country through the loose island chains. Unfortunately there is no land connection with main land China and the strait between Mainland and Taiwan is one of the most volatile and treacherous body of water. So until humans started using large vessels to travel ocean it would have been impossible for Chinese humans to migrate to a nation in large scale with no land connection . So communist theory of migrating to Taiwan by Chinese people has not happened until 16th or 17th century.

TAIWAN IS AN INDEPENDENT NATION AND CHINA KNOW IT.

Austronesian-speaking ancestors of Taiwanese indigenous peoples from the surrounding island chains on the east side of Taiwan settled the island around 6,000 years ago.

Around 6,000 years ago, Taiwan was settled by farmers, they are believed to be the ancestors of today's Taiwanese indigenous peoples, whose languages belong to the Austronesian language family, but show much greater diversity than the rest of the family, which spans a huge area from Maritime Southeast Asia west to Madagascar and east as far as New Zealand, Hawaii and Easter Island. This has led linguists to propose Taiwan as the urheimat of the family, from which seafaring peoples dispersed across Southeast Asia and the Pacific and Indian Oceans.




View the ridge and plate Taiwan sits on



After a relatively brief spell as a Dutch colony (1624-1661), as part of Dutch East Indies, the Dutch Company encouraged farmers to immigrate from Fujian and work the lands under Dutch control. By the 1660s, some 30,000 to 50,000 Chinese were living on the island and the people of Taiwan slowly started adapting Chinese customs.


Map of Taiwan



The island seems to have first appeared in Chinese records in AD239 as per the Communist records.( This fact is never proven). when an emperor sent an expeditionary force to explore the area - something COMMUNISTS uses to back its territorial claim over Taiwan so world thinks this is a made up fact by communists. Chinese did send fact finding missions to Penghu Islands (Pescadores) in 13th century but not to Taiwan. Chinese emperors had never send any one to Taiwan until 16th century more because Taiwan from the earliest days were part of Japanese pirate outposts (although Japanese migration to the island was limited.) The tribes on the Island of Taiwan was very hostile to outsiders and they were head hunters like the tribes in Borneo islands.

Chinese outcasts and lost fisherman were able to reach Penghu Islands (Pescadores) and establish somewhat a strong hold on the Penghu Islands (Pescadores) but not in Taiwan

Since Dutch established a colony on the Island of Taiwan, China started paying attention to Taiwan. Taiwan was administered by China's Qing dynasty from 1683 to 1895.

From the 17th Century, significant numbers of migrants started arriving from China, often fleeing turmoil or hardship. Most were Hoklo Chinese from Fujian (Fukien) province or Hakka Chinese, largely from Guangdong. The descendants of these two migrations are now by far the largest demographic groups on the island.


Since these Chinese migrations happened Japan lost their control over the island due to a very small number of Japanese people on the island


MODERN HISTORY


In 1895, Japan won the First Sino-Japanese War, and the Qing government had to cede Taiwan to Japan. After World War Two, Japan surrendered and relinquished control of territory it had taken from China. The Republic of China - one of the victors in the war - began ruling Taiwan with the consent of its allies, the US and UK.

But in the next few years a civil war broke out in China, and the then-leader Chiang Kai-shek's troops were beaten back by Mao Zedong's Communist armies.

Chiang and the remnants of his Kuomintang (KMT) government fled to Taiwan in 1949. This group, referred to as Mainland Chinese and then making up 1.5m people, dominated Taiwan's politics for many years - even though they only account for 14% of the population.

THE MIGHT OF CHINA IN THE WORLD TODAY



The G7 countries declared their support for Taiwan's participation in the WHA, but none of them dared to propose it to the assembly. It is because they know that the vast majority of the 194 members of the WHO support the one-China principle. They cannot break through this international consensus. The only result for their participation in the proposal is humiliating. Therefore, they only paid lip service, but none of them dare to put it into practice. They left this humiliating task to Taiwan's 13 "diplomatic allies."





The 74th World Health Assembly (WHA) kicked off on Monday and has decided not to invite the island of Taiwan as an observer to attend the assembly, which has been proposed by some countries. For the fifth year in a row, the WHA objected the Taiwan-related proposal. Thirteen countries that maintain the so-called diplomatic relations with the island submitted abovementioned proposal. It concluded that the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) authorities have lost their shirts like previous years, maybe even worse.

The DPP authorities have recently been stressing that international support for Taiwan's participation in the WHA this year is historically high, making every effort to create momentum for its return to the WHA this year. What they referred to is the joint statement supporting Taiwan's attendance released by top diplomats of the G7 countries and of some members of parliament of Western countries early this month.

But who is the real international community? Since the US and several other Western powers control the world's major public opinion institutions, can they pretend to be the international community just by speaking jointly with their allies and through small clique multilateral mechanisms? They can verify it in UN institutions. In the WHA, where every country has one vote, those Western countries, plus the countries which have so-called "diplomatic relations" with Taiwan are clearly the absolute minority.

The G7 countries declared their support for Taiwan's participation in the WHA, but none of them dared to propose it to the assembly. It is because they know that the vast majority of the 194 members of the WHO support the one-China principle. They cannot break through this international consensus. The only result for their participation in the proposal is humiliating. Therefore, they only paid lip service, but none of them dare to put it into practice. They left this humiliating task to Taiwan's 13 "diplomatic allies."

In fact, the bigger the drama over Taiwan's participation in the WHA is, the more it finally proves how overwhelming the vast majority of the global community supports the one-China principle and how isolated the G7 countries are in supporting Taiwan. According to the Chinese Foreign Ministry, this year, more than 150 countries have expressed support for Beijing's decision to oppose Taiwan's participation in the WHA through diplomatic channels. Over 80 WHO members sent letters to the WHO to express their commitment to the one-China principle and their opposition to the island's participation in the WHA. So even if there is going to be a vote, the G7 plus Taiwan's 13 "diplomatic allies" will have no chance to win.


The WHA issue is just another example of how COMMUNIST CHINA WINS OVER THE West in the name of the world and then receives a smack in the face by the COMMUNISTS. The US has repeatedly solidified different voices in the West to pressure China over the so-called human rights issues in Xinjiang and Hong Kong. However, each time they have formed only a small, and fixed circle, as the number of countries that support China in the UN Human Rights Council is overwhelming BECAUSE OF THE ONE CHINA FRAMEWORK. It is purely delusional for the DPP authorities to dream that it will break into the WHA under the support of some Western countries.






Zero-sum game enthusiasts

Chinese officials and scholars have warned the US again and again that a zero-sum game is wrong, but US politicians are just obsessed in the zero-sum game, because they hate to see that China barely received harm while they are failing to heal America, said Chinese analysts.

Besides the fight against the pandemic, political elites in Washington are also losing faith in US economic recovery as rounds of stimulus packages have only produced limited effects, and in late 2021 or early 2022, the US economy will hit serious problems,

US is waging a war against China and China will prove who won the war by end of 2021

As communists have warned the world, any one spending time to find the origins of Wuhan virus is wasting time. The US or Australia could meet its Waterloo in this battle for virus origins andt might lose credibility by abusing soft power.

CHINA - NEW LEADER OF THE WORLD DUE TO WUHAN VIRUS


The Biden administration won't compete with China in a healthy way, because in nature, the capitalist system is selfish and those capitalists and big corporations behind the Biden administration won't let the White House do so, and the US has no confidence to win such competition with China due to lack of capability to produce massive amount of vaccines and medical materials,"


"The COVID-19 battle resembles anti-fascism fight in World War II. Who led the world to win the fight became the leader in the post-war era. Now is the crucial time to see who is more qualified to be that leader in the post-pandemic era," Lü Xiang, an expert on US studies at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, told the Global Times.



One could argue what can US do to help Taiwan.? Or as China says USA really do not care about Taiwan, US just want to use the Taiwan card against China.



Bill Clinton Administration saw Taiwan’s office in Washington renamed to the Taipei Economic and Cultural Offices (TECO) bowing to Communist pressure.

Some US lawmakers who clamored for the so-called defense of Taiwan, such as Marco Rubio who took the initiative in reintroducing the "Taiwan Relations Reinforcement Act" in March, have not even come out to call on Washington to provide vaccines to the island. Isn't this a huge embarrassment for Taiwan regional leader Tsai Ing-wen and the Democratic Progressive Party authorities?



After almost 25 year finally US law makers are acting in 2021. Thanks to the Virus

The US lawmakers on Saturday May 29, 2021, introduced a 'Taiwan Diplomatic Review Act' to rename Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States in order to “recognize an important democratic ally.” The move aims to bolster ties between Washington and Taiwan as the US plans to provide diplomatic visas to Taiwanese diplomats.

YES IT IS TIME TO STAND UP AGAINST CHINESE RULES ISSUED BY COMMUNISTS FOR THE WORLD



COMMUNIST CHINA ALMOST CONQUERED TAIWAN IN THE NAME OF VIRUS


In the midst of virus infections Trump signed a deal with BIONTECH to partner with Pfizer Inc. (PFE.N). But China had already contacted Germany and made a deal not to include China in any deals. Germany agreed. Before Pfizer deal Shanghai Fosun Pharmaceutical Group Co (600196.SS) entered into a contract with BioNTech to sell the vaccines in Greater China, including to Taiwan, but Taiwan's government says it will only deal with Germany's BioNTech directly and does not trust vaccines from China.


CHINA MADE SURE VIRUS AND CURE ARE THEIRS TO CONTROL


This might be the moment Communist China is waiting for. - People of Taiwan revolt against DPP due to virus infections and request communist China's help. Isn.t what communist China was waiting for the last one and half years. In 2020 alone, the US sold $5.1 billion in arms to the island of Taiwan, according to Reuters. The Trump administration authorized more than $15 billion in its 11 cases of arms sales to Taiwan. The US' enthusiasm for offering COVID-19 vaccines to Taiwan is far less than its enthusiasm for selling weapons to Taiwan. VIRUS WON


Every Chinese citizen is a soldier for his country. If they are not in the war front, they will be monitoring the internet. Point is China pays attention to minute factors 24 hours while countries like US and UK are just waking up.


See what China did to BioNTech vaccine and how they controlled the vaccine is never sold to Taiwan. Is Germany helping USA or China?. That is why communist China has not given up Second World War mind set until they capture Taiwan


Chinese scientists have been preparing for a Third World War fought with biological and genetic weapons including coronavirus for the last six years, according to a document obtained by US investigators.

The bombshell paper, accessed by the US State Department, insists they will be 'the core weapon for victory' in such a conflict, even outlining the perfect conditions to release a bioweapon, and documenting the impact it would have on 'the enemy's medical system'.

This latest evidence that Beijing considered the military potential of SARS coronaviruses from as early as 2015 has also raised fresh fears over the cause of Covid-19, with some officials still believing the virus could have escaped from a Chinese lab before the intended use as a weapon


CHINA HAS DUG ITS OWN HELL


Over the last two decades, China has moved from the periphery to the very center of the world’s international relations. Given that China’s economy is now more than five times as large as it was at the turn of the millennium, that transition is hardly surprising. But many of China’s new international relationships, initially hopeful, have now turned hostile. China still has some down-at-the-heel allies, such as Pakistan and North Korea, but it is increasingly isolated from the developed countries that alone can facilitate its continued economic growth.

For China, that means trouble. Its promises are no longer taken seriously, and its propaganda falls on deaf ears. Many of its Belt and Road Initiative projects have ground to a halt. Virtually no one supports its nine-dash line in the South China Sea, and Western countries have been lining up to offer immigration pathways to professionals fleeing Hong Kong after Beijing’s takeover last year. Many countries have banned China’s Huawei and ZTE from their telecommunications networks. And India, Vietnam, Taiwan, South Korea, and Japan are all modernizing their armed forces in response to potential Chinese threats.



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Wuhan CORONA VIRUS lab leak
May 24, 2021 06:32PM
CHINA'S TIGHT GRIP ON WHO STARTED IN LATE 1990S AND NOW IT IS PAYBACK TIME

At the World Health Assembly - the annual forum for World Health Organization member states - in May 2020, dozens of countries were meant to vote on a draft motion, led by Australia, to start an investigation meant to hold China to account.

But China outplayed the world on the day, with its diplomats securing instead a watered-down draft motion that called only for a review on "lessons learned," without apportioning blame. President Xi Jinping promised an investigation of sorts, but framed it in a way that shielded China from blowback.

After delays, the WHO sent a team of experts to Wuhan, the Chinese city where the novel coronavirus was first found, to investigate where the virus came from.



By the time they started, it had been more than a year since an outbreak of respiratory illness around a wet market in Wuhan alarmed the world. The virus had largely faded from China, and evidence would be hard to come by even if the WHO team had free rein.

Throughout the trip, observers noticed how closely the WHO team was being managed by China, further limiting their ability to find anything surprising. After the trip one of its members said that China had refused to hand over key data when asked.

Intelligence on Sick Staff at Wuhan Lab Fuels Debate on Covid-19 Origin

The Director of Wuhan National Biosafety Laboratory, Yuan Zhiming HAS SERIOUS CONCERNS ABOUT THE TIMING AND INTENTION OF WALL STREET JOURNAL REPORT


Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee just released a report citing “significant circumstantial evidence” that COVID-19 originated in a lab in Wuhan, China, and that Washington “may have funded or collaborated” in research leading to the outbreak — suspicions that in recent weeks have become pretty mainstream.

Three researchers from China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology became sick enough in November 2019 that they sought hospital care, according to a previously undisclosed U.S. intelligence report that could add weight to growing calls for a fuller probe of whether the Covid-19 virus may have escaped from the laboratory.

The so-called US intelligence report on sick staff at the Wuhan Institute of Virology is an outright lie that came from nowhere, Yuan Zhiming, director of the institute's Wuhan National Biosafety Laboratory, told the Global Times on Monday, refuting the latest report from the Wall Street Journal about an undisclosed US intelligence report indicating three researchers from the lab became sick in November 2019.

"I've read it, it's a complete lie," Yuan said when he was asked by the Global Times on Monday morning about the WSJ story, which was published on Sunday titled "Intelligence on Sick Staff at Wuhan Lab Fuels Debate on COVID-19 Origin".

The story, citing an unpublished report that was issued during the final days of the Trump administration, said several researchers at the lab became sick in the autumn of 2019 with symptoms consistent with both COVID-19 and common seasonal illnesses.

"Those claims are groundless. The lab has not been aware of this situation [sick researchers in autumn 2019], and I don't even know where such information came from," the Chinese researcher told the Global Times.

WSJ published the story on the eve of the World Health Assembly, which is expected to discuss the next phase of the research into COVID-19's origins, the US media report said.


Chinese virologist claims COVID-19 was made in Wuhan lab; offers scientific proof



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Xi Jin Ping
May 13, 2021 09:01AM
The détente in the China-US relations started with former US president Richard Nixon's China visit in 1972 during the peak of the Cold War. The US, forced by the Cold War, had to take the initiative to approach China. At that time, China had a sharp ideological confrontation with the West. But the rapprochement of China-US relations reshaped the geopolitical structure of the Asia-Pacific region and affected the trend of the Cold War. This was Washington's true purpose.



After China's reform and opening-up in late 1970s, China and the US formed a wide range of contacts. But until the end of the 1980s, the US' biggest consideration for China had been using China's power to accumulate bargaining chips against the Soviet Union.



After the end of the Cold War and throughout the 1990s, Washington's strategic focus was to digest its achievements during the Cold War. China, as an emerging market, attracted the huge interest from the US during that period. The US conservative elites have never given up hostility toward China, but the huge potential of the Chinese market prevented the spread of such hostility.


After the US' counter-terror war, the sense of major power competition was strengthened again in the US. China's rise has gradually reached the critical point of US strategic tolerance.

Xi Jinping became president of China in 2012, ushering in an era of increased assertiveness and authoritarianism.

The Trump administration considers China the US' largest strategic competitor. US policy toward China has undergone a fundamental reversion.


Xi Jinping has been front and center of China's push to cement its position as a superpower, while also launching crackdowns on corruption and dissent. Xi Jinping has never understood the West or his perception of the West and Western culture is entirely wrong. As Xi Jin Ping describes the shame China endured in the hands of Eight nations alliance and the forceful imperialist invasions by the UK in the mid-19th century and by Japan in the 1930s and 1940s saw China's territory being ceded and people having lived in disgrace and poverty. The US troops were also among the "Eight-Nation Alliance" that looted and pillaged Beijing and other Chinese cities at the very beginning of the 20th century. Xi Jinping way of doing business by satisfying the big shots of a country with money will not work

Troops of the Eight-Nation Alliance in 1900 (Russia excepted).
Left to right: Britain, United States, Australia, India,
Germany, France, Austria-Hungary, Italy, Japan


The "Xi Jinping Thought" means that any challenge to the president will now be seen as a threat to Communist Party rule.



A consummate political chess player who has cultivated an enigmatic strongman image, the leader of the ruling Chinese Communist Party has rapidly consolidated power, having his ideas mentioned by name in the constitution - an honour that had been reserved only to Mao Zedong until now.


THE CHINA QUESTION UNANSWERED AT G-7



In 2018, the National People's Congress approved the removal of the two-term limit on the presidency, effectively allowing Xi Jinping to remain in power for life.

Princeling, peasant, president
Born in Beijing in 1953, Xi Jinping is the son of revolutionary veteran Xi Zhongxun, one of the Communist Party's founding fathers and a vice-premier.

Because of his illustrious roots, Mr Xi is seen as a "princeling" - a child of elite senior officials who has risen up the ranks.

But his family's fortunes took a dramatic turn when his father was purged in 1962 prior to the Cultural Revolution and imprisoned.

At the age of 15, the younger Xi was sent to the countryside for "re-education" and hard labour in the remote and poor village of Liangjiahe for seven years - an experience that would later figure large in his official story.



Far from turning against the Communist Party, Mr Xi embraced it. He tried to join it several times, but was rebuffed because of his father's standing.

Once he was finally accepted in 1974, he worked hard to rise to the top - first as a local party secretary in Hebei province, before moving on to more senior roles in other places including party chief of Shanghai, China's second city and financial hub.

His increasing profile in the party propelled him to its top decision making body, the Politburo Standing Committee, and in 2012 he was picked as president.

The Tsinghua University chemical engineering graduate is married to the glamorous singer Peng Liyuan, and the two have been heavily featured in state media as China's First Couple. It's a contrast from previous presidential couples, where the first lady has traditionally kept a lower profile.

Chinese President Xi Jinping and his wife, Peng Liyuan attend the welcoming banquet for the BRICS Summit, in Xiamen, China 4 September 2017.
Mr Xi's wife, Peng Liyuan (right), is a famous folk singer in China
They have one daughter, Xi Mingze, but not much is known about her apart from the fact that she studied at Harvard University.

Other family members and their overseas business dealings have been a subject of scrutiny in the international press.

China Dream


Mr Xi has vigorously pursued what he has called a "great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation" with his China Dream vision.

Under him, China has enacted economic reform to combat slowing growth, such as cutting down bloated state-owned industries and reducing pollution, as well as its One Belt One Road trade project.

The country has become more assertive on the global stage, from its continued forcefulness in the South China Sea despite international protestations, to its exercise of soft power by pumping billions of dollars into Asian and African investments.

This has been accompanied by a resurgence in patriotic nationalism whipped up by state media, with a particular focus on Mr Xi as China's strongman, leading some to accuse him of developing a personality cult like that of Mao.



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World Nations are afraid of Chinese Communist party
October 04, 2020 11:20AM
World Nations are afraid of China and it's Communist party



Two Case Studies - Xinjiang and Tibet


1.Xinjiang

2. Tibet


The native population of Xinjiang is Uyghur Muslims while Tibetans are followers of Buddhism. They have always been fiercely patriotic, throughout the history, struggling to make their homeland free from the Chinese and Mongol dynasties earlier and the People’s Republic of China now.


Uyghur Muslims’ government-in-exile is in USA,

the East Turkistan Government in Exile. They call Xinjiang East Turkistan based on their Turkic origin. Uyghur Muslims had brief periods of independence twice during the China’s civil war with an independent Islamic Republic of East Turkistan. Uyghur activists celebrate independency day on November 12.



Tibetan government-in-exile is located in India.

It is headed by a democratically elected President in Exile. Earlier, the Dalai Lama, a globally respected figure, Nobel Laureate and the most important Tibetan monk, was used to be the supreme spiritual and political authority of Tibet but he decided to hand over the political structure to a democratically elected system in 2011.



Tibetans celebrate their Independence Day on February 13 and Tibet Uprising Day on March 10. Tibet was declared an independent nation on February 13, 1913.


On March 10, 1959, Tibetans revolted against Chinese suppression. Tibetans suspected China planned to kidnap the Dalai Lama and start a new scale of violence and suppression. 300,000 Tibetans surrounded the Dalai Lama’s palace and he was evacuated to India. Violence broke out in Tibetan capital Lhasa and in other parts of Greater Tibet against the Chinese rule. In response, China destroyed the Dalai Lama’s palace and thousands of Tibetan monasteries and killed tens of thousands of people to crush the uprising according to different human rights reports.



How China occupied these two independent territories with different culture and religions?



1. XINJIANG


Historically, the region was inhabited by tribal alliances and small kingdom of Turkic origin people and was ruled by several dynasties. Around 60 BCE, it came under control of the Han Dynasty of China. Local Uyghur leaders against retook the area in 3rd Century. Tang Dynasty of China tried to increase its influence the region but Arabs got the better head start. Islam arrived in the region in 8thcentury and soon became the main religion.



Tribes in the region always opposed a foreign rule, be it Mongol king Genghis Khan’s victory in 13th century or China’s Qing Dynasty assertion later on that created the Xinjiang Province in 1884.


With China’s prolonged civil war in the first half of the 20th century, Uyghur Muslims declared impendence twice. First was during 1933-34 when they declared the Islamic Republic of East Turkistan. The Uyghur Republic fell soon after Soviet help to the Chinese government. Second independent Uyghur state existed from 1944 to 1949.


2. TIBET


China claims to rule Tibet historically but Tibet has had an independent history since 7th century. China and Tibet, in fact, signed a peace treaty in 822 A.D. But 13th century onwards, the peace-loving Buddhists in Tibet were ruled by foreigners, first by Mongols, then by Chinese.


Mongols conquered Tibet in 1244. Next centuries saw prolonged wars between Chinese and Mongol dynasties. In 1720, Chinese emperor Kangxi defeated Mongols finally after over two centuries of war. British East India set its foot in Tibet in 1774. The next centuries saw Britain and China trying to control the Tibetan territory.


In 1913, Tibet declared independence and remain independent till 1949. China, with its internal problems like military revolt, end of royal rule and Japanese invasion was not in a position to assert its control. But the communist rule in China saw otherwise. In 1949, Mao Zedong threatened Tibet , calling it a Chinese territory and invaded it in 1950. In 1951, China established civil and military headquarter at Tibetan capital Lhasa.



HISTORICAL SOVERIGNITY CLAIMS?


Different dynasties ruling China, from time to time, tried to colonize independent Xinjiang and Tibet territories in their expansionist mode. In fact ancient, medieval and recent history is replete is such examples from across the world, like India being colonized by Britain and China by Japan in recent past.



But after two world wars in 20th century, the world history saw an overturn, with an end of the colonial superpowers and a beginning of the independent free nations from the grip of colonial suppression, like India got its independent from the British rule and China seized it from the Japanese expansionism in the Chinese territory.


But while that may be the global norm as of now, some of the countries are still living in that colonial past and China is its prime example. The Chinese Communist Party that rules China since 1949 occupied Xinjiang and Tibet seven decades ago and is still having expansionist designs to occupy independent nations like Nepal and Bhutan and Indian territories Ladakh, Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim, something that People’s Republic of China founder Mao Zedong referred to as the five fingers of Tibet.



When Iraq invaded and occupied Kuwait in August 1990, we saw a huge military operation sanctioned by the United Nations and led by the US, the ‘Operation Desert Storm’, too free Kuwait. Kuwait was liberated in February 1991. But the major powers of the world and the United Nations so far have avoided taking any stand when it comes to the Chinese occupation and atrocities in Xinjiang and Tibet.

What does CHINA'S actions in the last 100 years lead us to believe?


It is every simple. Nations have their own priorities. It could be a winning elections or winning a trade deal. China is well aware of these priorities for nations. And China is ready to wait 200 or 300 years to execute Communist party goals which was set up by Mao.


As we can witness today Xi Jin is executing Maos visions and Xin Jin's successor will do the same and his successor will do the same.


Just like eternal God almighty, communist party is the one and only power in China. That power is eternal and does not end with Mao or Xi Jin.


MANDARINS FORMULATE THE ETERNAL CHINESE POLICIES TO BE EXECUTED WITHOUT A TIME LIMIT. XI JIN WILL MOVE ON BUT MANDARINS WILL BE THERE TO EXECUTE THE POLICIES. ANY NEW COMMUNIST LEADER WHO CAN NOT EXECUTE THE MANDARIN POLICIES WILL BE REPLACED .

ACCORDING TO MANDARINS ALL HAN PEOPLE WHEREVER THEY ARE OR WHATEVER THEY DO MUST FOLLOW THIS CONFUCIOUS PRINICIPLE WHICH WILL REWARD THEM WITH ETERNAL LIFE. YOUR ANCESTRAL LAND IS YOUR HEAVEN,AND YOUR FINAL RESTING PLACE, SO YOU PROTECT THAT


So one may ask what about a Han Chinese who lived in Europe or out side China his or her entire life? Are they still obliged to execute Chinese Communist interests around the world?





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Dr. Shi Zhengli
June 05, 2021 11:29AM

"It's extremely difficult and disheartening for us. As scientists we are innocent," Dr. Shi Zhengli

"Our staff, and their families as well, have been bearing suspicion and distrust, which is really harmful. But still, we never give in to this pressure or let it affect our work."




British zoologist and the president of EcoHealth Alliance Peter Daszak is the only individual to be part of both the WHO and The Lancet teams investigating the origins of the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic. However, he has long-term professional and financial ties with the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV), which represents a conflict of interest.


iT IS NOT UNCOMMON FOR A ZOOLOGIST TO BE INTERESTED AND REACH OUT FOR BATS. IT IS NATURAL

U.S. government databases revealed that EcoHealth Alliance received US$39 million in funding from the Pentagon from 2013 to 2020. Adding another US$64.7 million from USAID, the report found that Daszak's "non-profit organization" has raked in over US$103 million from the U.S. government.

In addition to the funding EcoHealth Alliance receives from USAID, NIH, and other agencies, which it funnels into the WIV, Ebright stated the firm received US$30 million from the US Department of Defense.

EcoHealth has used those grants to fund controversial “gain-of-function” research — which can increase the infectiousness and virulence of viruses — at facilities that include the Wuhan Institute of Virology, according to Vanity Fair.

The WIV received about $600,0000 from a five-year, $3 million-plus grant that Vanity Fair said EcoHealth got from the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, which is headed by Dr. Anthony Fauci.

According to Fauci’s official emails, which were posted online this week by BuzzFeed, Daszak wrote him on April 18, 2020, to express gratitude for Fauci’s public statements backing the theory that the coronavirus evolved naturally.

“I just wanted to say a personal thank you on behalf of our staff and collaborators, for publicly standing up and stating that the scientific evidence supports a natural origin for COVID-19 from a bat-to-human spillover, not a lab release from the Wuhan Institute of Virology,” Daszak wrote.


"Peter Daszak has been a contractor, a collaborator, and a co-author on work at the Wuhan Institute of Virology on construction and analysis of novel chimeric coronaviruses."

Chinese diplomat promotes theory that US military brought coronavirus to Wuhan


Daszak worked at the School of Life Sciences, Kingston University, in Surrey, England in the 1990s. In the late 1990s Daszak moved to the United States and was affiliated with the Institute of Ecology at the University of Georgia and the National Center for Infectious Diseases, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in Atlanta, Georgia. Later he became executive director at a collaborative think-tank in New York City, the Consortium for Conservation Medicine. He has adjunct positions at two universities the U.K. and three universities in the U.S., including the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health.

He was one of the early adopters of conservation medicine. The Society for Conservation Biology symposium in 2000, had focused on the "complex problem of emerging diseases". He said in 2001 that there were "almost no examples of emerging wildlife diseases not driven by human environmental change...[a]nd few human emerging diseases don't include some domestic animal or wildlife component."


Peter Daszak


Why Dr. Fauci is passing on US tax payers money to a British Citizen to funnel into Communist China?


Why Dr. Fauci want to continue gain of function research although President Obama ordered to stop.


Who is behind Dr. Fauci and Peter Daszak. Who will benefit out of this gain of function research?


Is Peter Daszak connected or working with any Pharma companies in formulating a vaccine for Corona virus?



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