Category Archives: Chinese Fascism

Slaving in a Chinese hellhole

It seems that China is serious about spreading cultural values abroad. From South China Morning Post: In the evening gloom the vast complex emerges into view. Beyond a high security wall, insects dance in the beam of a giant floodlight. … Continue reading

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The Xinjiang Procedure | The Weekly Standard

The Xinjiang Procedure | The Weekly Standard.

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PRC raises a glass to 80 years of propaganda

From the Taipei Times: China’s Xinhua news agency, which functions as a propaganda arm of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and is this year celebrating its 80th year as a disinformation machine, started life in Mao Zedong’s (毛澤東) caves in … Continue reading

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Business as usual

I have finally found a good VPN (again) that works consistently in China, so I am back in business and can finally access my blog again. Staying on the topic of the internet and the Great Firewall of China, I … Continue reading

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Chinese values at its best

With the Chinese New Year holidays behind us, the fascists in Peking continue to impress upon us their values, and what it really means to live in a harmonius society. This time by practicing what these lowlife cowards are best … Continue reading

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Rule of law with Chinese characteristics

No day passes by without one of these fine examples of how the Sino-nazi legal system works. And these are only the rare cases that make the newspapers. We should give them the Olympics again, don’t you think? From South … Continue reading

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The heritage of Confusius

The fascist regime in Peking has erected a statue of Confucius on the infamous square where thousands had been slaughtered in 1989. Not sure what the symbolism behind this is supposed to be, but obviously it is one of many … Continue reading

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NZ lawmaker clashes with Chinese security

SCMP.com – NZ lawmaker clashes with Chinese security. Chinese goons attack NZ member of parliament in Wellington. via SCMP.com – NZ lawmaker clashes with Chinese security.

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Sham trial does more harm than good, again

SCMP.com – Sham trial does more harm than good, again via SCMP.com – Sham trial does more harm than good, again.

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Rio Tinto

The latest in the Rio Tinto affair. We don’t know how much they have been tortured, or how their families have been put under pressure, but there’s finally some movement in the case of the 4 Rio Tinto employees, which … Continue reading

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Hong Kong kisses Pekings arse

In line with the tactics of the Peking regime, also in Hong Kong we see more and more harassment of activists and NGO’s. There are increasing numbers of cases where police is trying to intimidate those who oppose the new … Continue reading

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Copenhagen failure 2

Interesting article in The Guardian yesterday: ‘How do I know China wrecked the Copenhagen deal? I was in the room’

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A growing travesty

From South China Morning Post, by Frank Ching. Ten years ago, China amended its constitution to include a new paragraph that says: “The People’s Republic of China governs the country according to law and makes it a socialist country under … Continue reading

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Petitioning for justice.

An interesting article from the South China Morning Post, about the practice of petitioning, which goes back to the old days when governments were just as corrupt and rotten as in present times. Beijing has been the graveyard of hope … Continue reading

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The bet that went wrong.

From South China Morning Post: The central government and foreign banks are threatening legal action against each other in an escalating row over ballooning losses racked up by state-owned airlines which ran into the red on derivatives contracts. Air China, … Continue reading

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