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We Lasted 5,000 Years…

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We Chinese are not only celebrating 70 years as the PRC. China is also celebrating more than 5,000 years of an independent existence. Neither Europeans nor Japan could destroy us. We had lasted this long and are we, therefore, so easily annihilated like Afghanistan, like Iraq, like Libya, like Syria, all because some Pelosi and Pompeo White barbarians in Washington said so?

China’s Wang Yi at the UN, 2019 Sep 27, speaking for all Chinese:

Let me make it very clear: China is a civilization of more than 5,000 years, of 1.4 billion hardworking Chinese, and a vast land…. We will not be cowed or subdued by threats or pressure. Nor will we sit by idle….

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Says China to you:

Thank you, our Overseas Compatriots!

The clip below explains how, without China lifting a finger, the overseas Chinese have been spearheading the fight in Hong Kong against the Rioters, the West, its Media and their propaganda. These individuals have collectively revealed the rioters to be the enemies of all Chinese, wherever you are.

China says, “Thank you.”

Through our combined efforts, we have exposed and laid bare, not for the West but for ourselves, the Riots of Hong Kong for what it is, truthfully:

  • (a) the enemies of the Chinese, both inside and outside;
  • (b) the hypocritical face of the West;
  • (c) its fraudulent political system;
  • (d) its sham legal system that releases the rioters the next day they are arrested; and the Riots especially showed,
  • (e) the filth of Western morality, its media in particular, when they go on and on about freedom and democracy.

All that, too, represents what the Riots and its Western backers have achieved in Hong Kong….

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Below is an example of how an overseas Chinese in Canada exposed the truth about the rioters — and they are looking for him to stick a knife into his throat. So Christian, this threat.

There is a related point in Toby’s personal journalistic work which is this: The western media is never to be trusted. Otherwise, why bother risking his life doing CBC’s work or Reuters or Al Jazeera, the last of which is nominally Arab (Qatari) but it is staffed and dictated by White motherfuckers from the West and so peddles the latter’s agenda.

Again, on behalf of our Motherland, thanks Toby. Our dearest and warmest regards to you!

In this, here, Google’s YouTube shut down Toby by putting in restrictions.

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Second example: Below, Simon presents an empirical point of view that’s in contradiction to the Western media portrayal that, on the one hand, it has deliberately silenced because the same editors have decided, even long before the Riots, the Chinese police are identical to those in the West, ideologically and ethically. When portrayed, on the other hand, the police is pictured as, by Nature, distinct and separate from Chinese society, antithetical to freedom and justice, and therefore brutal and so must be shamed and put down.

Thus in the BBC, Reuters and elsewhere, only the Rioters are right; they are the noblest on earth and are God’s loveliest beings, unselfish, self-sacrificing, and passionately altruistic rather than as fraudulent, irrational, and corrupted thugs, only cloaking themselves in slogans of freedom and democracy that Toby (in the earlier video) has documented without needing to point it out.

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The clip below posted by Simon is classic and which, you should note, contains a vital part that was deliberately withheld from the world by Reuters, BBC, the Media. (See this for example, screenshot above, showing how Reuters spun the story about the public dialogue with Carrie Lam. The story line is patently false; another illustration into how western and Anglophile editors alter the facts, irreversibly, to suit their personal agendas and those they sympathize with.)

Simon’s post is classic because it contains a core demand of the Rioters for an independent investigation into police conduct. The speaker (in the dialogue, see the clip) agrees to such a full-scale independent investigation. But, why stop with the police? Why indeed?

The governing principle is this: equality before the law. If the police must be held to account for their individual actions, why are the rioters and their backers exempt?

Rioting took place repeatedly and daily. Destruction and street assaults were recurring on TV screens, unchecked, and yet those caught are let off without restrictions the next day by judges. After which, they go back into throwing bricks and firebombing police stations — still with impunity.

The speaker suggests the same investigations should cover the following (this is not an exhaustive list):

    • the Church,
    • the schools,
    • individual judges,
    • public officials, such as those from the Education Department,
    • legislators,
    • teachers and university professors,
    • the Media, including the government’s RTHK, and their propaganda role,
    • private corporations (noteworthy is one hospital and Cathay Pacific) and,
    • NGOs and others that have fomented, supported, backed-up and supplied the riots.

Those found to be involved must be handed severe penalties, including criminal prosecutions. That is, an Independent Investigation should cover the Riots from top to bottom, front and back, and must produce a resolution:

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Below is a parody of the Americans as German fascists, organizing the destruction of China through Hong Kong but failing. And the Hilterian American boss is furious. Posted by veronbenny.


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CLOAKED IN WESTERN SLOGANS

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Without exception, all the riot slogans, such as those three above, have an infantile quality about them and don’t make any rational sense (assuming you, dear reader, know how to think and reason). But, that ain’t the point….

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Kill the Rioters

EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS OF DOMAIN

Below are some of the most commonly seen slogans (and related versions) in the Riots of Hong Kong so far:

    • No China Extradition
    • Save Hong Kong
    • One Country, Two System is dead
    • Stand up for Hong Kong
    • USA, Liberate Hong Kong
    • UK, No Surrender to China
    • Free Hong Kong
    • Hong Kong is not China
    • Stop Chinese Colony
    • Carrie Lam Resign!
    • Fuck Popo (the Police)

In this anti-Chinese tirade, what is their common denominator — in two words?

Answer that question, and you’d discover the single most potent force propelling the riots and driving its virulence. Discovering what-is-that force provides the anti-dote and the lasting solution to the riots. (Carrie Lam can talk with the rioters the rest of her life, and her spittle would be just that — yada, yada.)

‘What that is’, it isn’t pretty any which way you look at it, and because the common denominator in their demands can never be satisfied until they hang Carrie Lam or Xi Jinping by the neck from the nearest tree. This means that their lives are the deaths of the Chinese, their existence is our survival at stake.

On the flip side, therefore, we Chinese will have to shoot them dead, hang them and jail them — and damn the consequences and damn the West and its media for what they may say pontificating.

Tip to answering the question above:

It is directly related to the rest of the post below (and especially see ‘Yau Fung Lam’). That is, the rioters are claiming dominant, if not exclusive domain rights on a piece of property. Or, in another, more technical phrasing, an exclusive political, jurisdictional sovereignty over a place that ain’t theirs nor does it belong to Anglophiles, their White Anglo-Saxon masters much less. This is because, rights or sovereignty is a matter of satisfying two internal dynamic and native conditions: Who’s first and What came first.

Additional tip, clip below:

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我的祖國

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O! My Love. O! My Motherland

They make perfection looks so easy, so casual. But watch how Chinese soldiers, including colonels and generals, are trained to march, the number of steps they must march, the millimeters the boot is lifted above ground, and march blind-folded. Note their heights.

Don’t let their demeanor mislead you: In hand combat, anyone of them can kill you in three seconds.

We’re so proud of them.

Jian was in the PLA and she would be delighted seeing it.

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My Dear, Dear Motherland!

Land is good / River is good…

For three thousand, four thousand years before the Western manufacture and sale of Greta Thunberg, Nature has dominated, and still does, the Chinese consciousness and is, therefore, the primary theme in our literature and arts. Illustrating this is, 小河淌水, xiaohe tang shui. Literally The Stream Flows, it’s a highly nuanced title. It could also mean Tear drops in a brook.

Prefer this, Wading across a brook.

Below are three varied renditions of the same theme, including a theatrical and a Taiwanese plagiarized version. The first speaks of the singer pleading to her lover, I will meet you in the shallow of the brook.

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月光光 照地堂

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As a boy, I have heard the neighbor Cantonese mothers sing this song to their kids. There’s no Mandarin version — Yes? No?

Reminder to self: Jian should master and sing it to the kids. Mothers sing best.

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Ching-chong Chinaman
sat on a rail
along comes the White man
to chop off his tail.

— John Steinbeck, ‘Cannery Row’, 1945

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God save the Queen — and the Lammies

This, below, is one of Chan Yee’s best…

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