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Boots Wired for Goosestepping Army

On 9th September, female soldiers paraded in front of Kim Jong Un with shoes wired to feet to avoid being thrown away.

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All this worldly wisdom was once the unamiable heresy of some wise man.
--------------- Henry David Thoreau

CCP Running Scared of Historic Genocide Case PDF Print E-mail
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Geoff Allen   

In December 2009, an Argentine judge issued arrest warrants for top Chinese officials for their roles in the persecution of practitioners of the Falun Gong spiritual practice.

Judge Octavio Aráoz de Lamadrid’s landmark decision set a historical legal precedent for Argentina through its reliance on principles of extraterritoriality to prosecute foreign defendants for crimes against humanity.

The judge issued a national and international arrest warrant against Jiang Zemin, former leader of the Chinese Communist Party, and Luo Gan, former head of the 610 Office (Chinese Gestapo), an extrajudicial agency set up to lead and coordinate the campaign against Falun Gong. The warrant is to be carried out by the Interpol...

Soft Power, Hard Labour PDF Print E-mail
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Frank Moorhouse   

"I felt it would be unseemly of me to go to China, to be feted and to remain silent while Chinese writers were being sent to jail."

A well known Australian writer, Frank Moorhouse, tells why he refused to accept an invitation to visit China, in The Australian.

Read full article here

Chinese Bubble Set to Burst PDF Print E-mail
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Shiyin Chen and Haslinda Amin   

Investor Marc Faber reports in an article on that China’s economy will slow and possibly “crash” within a year as declines in stock and commodity prices signal the nation’s property bubble is set to burst.

The Shanghai Composite Index has failed to regain its 2009 high while industrial commodities and shares of Australian resource exporters are acting “heavy,” Faber said. The opening of the World Expo in Shanghai last week is “not a particularly...

China Is not Afraid of Committing Crime PDF Print E-mail
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Jennifer Hewett   

Miners fear secrets stolen by Chinese cyber-spies

THE internal communications of Australia's major iron ore producers have been aggressively targeted by cyber attacks that many senior executives and members of the Rudd government suspect originate in China. The potential breaches of security and the continuing threat of more are thought to be so widespread that some senior industry executives have their more sensitive phone and email communications - even when in...

Gao Zhisheng: 'Conscience of China' PDF Print E-mail
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Hon David Kilgour   

A speech at the Forum on Chinese Legal System
House of Commons, Ottawa, Canada.
5 May 2010

Gao is the thrice-nominated candidate for the Nobel Peace Prize ( 2007, ‘08, ‘10) whose work in the face of great personal danger has won him the sobriquet "Conscience of China". Last week (April 30), after a brief release, he disappeared again; all of us in the democratic governance world should pressure the party-state to say where China’s best-known lawyer is...

Nine Commentaries on the Chinese Communist Party: Common Sense of the 21st Century? PDF Print E-mail
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In 1776, a booklet titled Common Sense fueled the growing discontent among the King’s subjects in America. Thomas Paine’s simple words, logic, and conviction gave millions of Americans a cause to fight for. A revolution began. A great nation was born.

In 2004, a book called the...

A Tibetan Tragedy PDF Print E-mail
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Hon. David Kilgour   

Truth appears to have been a collateral victim of the 6.9 level magnitude earthquake that struck Jyekundo on the Tibetan plateau on April 14 last week.

The vast majority of the thousands of dead were proud Tibetans and deserved to be mourned as such. Yet most of the world governments, including Canada's, unfortunately made no mention of the Tibetans in their condolence messages to China. U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton omitted the word “Tibet” from her statement...

Tiananmen Square Persecution Continues to This Day PDF Print E-mail
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John Kusumi   

We have at hand an issue — inattention to which demonstrates how the international community has sunk to lows of being inattentive to China’s human rights crisis and the plight of China’s pro-democracy movement, which garnered so much sympathy in the wake of 1989’s Tiananmen Square massacre.

China's Human Rights Challenges PDF Print E-mail
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Hon. David Kilgour   

A speech by the Hon. David Kilgour, J.D.University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, 19 November 2009

Permit me to stress immediately the respect and affection I hold for the people of China. Both as Secretary of State (Asia-Pacific) for Canada and as a private citizen, I visited China. It was an honour to represent in Canada's Parliament during almost 27 years many Albertans of origin in the Middle Kingdom. They and others taught me much about its history, culture...

China's Constitution or Communist Con? PDF Print E-mail
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Maia Pagan   

As much as the Western world is accustomed to readily swallowing the data, propaganda and shallow promises that the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) minions are touting everywhere,  more snippets of factual information coming from reliable, independent media sources makes one wonder about the accuracy of any information coming out of present-day China.

All 'official' information seems to be a carefully calculated, orchestrated effort - to let the leadership bask in glory, no...

China's Stimulus Package Lacks Transparency PDF Print E-mail
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China Uncensored Staff   

How large is China's economic stimulus package?

This question not only occupied the delegates of the National People's Congress, but also representatives of foreign companies who want to know what is going to be in the picture for China's economy.

Full report: China's stimulus package lacks transparency By Andreas Landwehr

In Dealing With Beijing, Overambition Tends To Backfire PDF Print E-mail
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China Uncensored Staff   

A Letter to the Editor of The Australian

China hasn't changed

Some of us are old enough to remember  a time back in the early 1970s when not only were undergraduate  Maoists parading icons of history's greatest mass murderer through the streets, but ordinary Centre-Left Westerners were seriously discussing whether the Great Helmsman had produced a new humanity. Your editorial ("An open mind in Shanghai", 24/3) is evidence of a persistent...

Don't Be Fooled. China Hasn't Changed PDF Print E-mail
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China Uncensored Staff   


The Chinese Communist Party has beautified Beijing for the Olympics. The Organizing Committee for the games has ordered one million cars from the road and told factories to shut down, so foreigners will believe that one of the most polluted cities on earth can hold 'the green Olympics'.

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