No More Chinese Communist Party

May 1, 2008

Eyewitness Testimony — “I’ll Never forget the April 25 Appeal”

Filed under: Uncategorized — carryanne @ 10:48 pm

clear wisdom article

I had mentioned this occasion a few days ago, when it was April 25 and Falun Gong people were out and about in cities around the world “commemorating” this event (a mass appeal at the government compound in Beijing).  I do not know first hand everything that led up to the crackdown and vile hatred toward Falun Gong in China, but I do know the Communist Party of China, so I really do not find them credible when it comes to demonization of groups and individuals.

I like this website because it gives dignity to the victim, it really does a thorough job of telling the victims side of the story.  I particularly agree with the final statements made in the article about resolving disagreements peacefully and calmly.  In the case of Falun Gong though, Jiang Zemin was really set on persecution, some say he did it to give himself a podium and a task of seeming importance to lead, in order to solidify political ‘leadership’.

Something that gets my goat:  the media and how they are so abject to reporting on anything deep, meaningful, and positive….  I guess it’s just too much work?  

Because, this article made me think of one time I witnessed something really neat…  The Falun Gong people were standing opposite the Chinese embassy holding up banners, speaking into loud speaker, AND PLAYING BAND MUSIC !  I said to a girl, ‘they are persecuting you, and you are here playing them music??? ‘, and she said ‘yeah’ and I was like ‘aren’t they so bad?’ and she said something like ‘they are people too’, something along those lines… That was totally the bomb as they say, so ridiculously cool.

300 protest China’s human rights violations, Boston Globe



  1. Hmmm, Falon Gong is a sad affair. If it was about playing music and doing qigong, I don’t think there would be anything wrong. However, there is someone behind this movement called Li Hongzhi. Some call him a spiritual leader, others call him a cult leader. He believes aliens walk the Earth and he has reportedly said he can walk through walls and make himself invisible. Mr Li says that he is a being from from a higher level who has come to help humankind from the destruction it could face as the result of rampant evil. He believes that you should not need any medical help to help your ills. There are other people who are also branded cults like the Sun Myung Moon’s Moonies.

    This is the problem with many of the secular societies today. While these cults don’t impose any laws that affects onto others. Cults like the Branch Davidians, FLDS and the scientiologists will sprout up and we will have to deal with them now or later.

    Comment by pug — May 5, 2008 @ 4:16 pm | Reply

  2. Greetings pug,

    Jesus was considered special and so were Buddhas weren’t they? My point is to say that thinking you are a special person does not constitute a crime. Some cults commit crimes and they ought to be punished by the law right, that’s for sure. People do not have the freedom to hurt people and all, that’s the way it is. So if a country has a legal system where if people commit crimes, they have to pay for them by going to jail or whatever, then that’s usually the way it works…

    When the communist party came down on Falun Gong, there were no criminals (unless you call making Jiang Zemin feel jealous and inferior a crime).

    If Mr.Li has said that people should not take medicine, then how come I have read opposite statements made by him? A lot of people say this though and I should do a post about it if it can help clear up this persecution…

    If you look at what the CCP has said about all sorts of issues and laid blame on some anti China forces or some non existent threat to China (like the 1989 movement, Dalai Lama) and countless other lies that the CCP tells in order to pump itself with power, I would not be surprised if the Jiang Zemin used this persecution the same way Mao was using the cultural Revolution to assert leadership and take the reigns of the party on a huge major policy involving the whole country.

    So I guess we should both do more research into both party’s invloved, the CCP and the Falun Gong.

    Comment by carryanne — May 5, 2008 @ 5:12 pm | Reply

  3. Here’s an article from Human Rights Watch pertaining the Falun Gong where they examined 4 people who are the followers of Falun Gong.

    Trust me, this is not a website which is pro-china as there’s an another article which is against China. 3 out of the 4 of them are sick but ignored regular treatments.

    Comment by Pug — May 6, 2008 @ 11:28 am | Reply

  4. Hi Pug,

    Yeah, thanks for the article but I find it highly suspicious. It is opposite from what Falun Gong people say. I believe the CCP has a lot more reason to lie than they do. The reason I say that is because the CCP has been persecuting them and turning them into demons so the Chinese people will hate them and support persecution. The reason they are persecuted is because there were so many of them and they believed strongly in their principles. It was Jiang Zemin who first set out to kill them and then set it up so first the politburo would support him and then did the huge propaganda campaign to get the people thinking the way he wanted, that is why the media and info in China is so one-sided.

    I will continue to investigate this report, but from what I can see the paper is published directly from a University Professor in Shanghai, not a worker for Human Rights Watch. Many Western organizations don’t know how the persecution works to spread lies, but I know how it works. The language in this article is the same as the communist party and to me that is very suspicious.

    The extent to which the CCP controls the information on Falun Gong, and the extreme brutality they impose on the practitioners teaches me that we should be vigilant in uncovering the truth. If Human Rights Watch went and spoke to those people, I might be more willing to believe it, but if it is a professor from Shanghai and there is not freedom of media to do normal investigation of cases like this, then I will not believe this type of report.

    I am sure you can understand my point of view based on these circumstances.

    Seeya later.

    Comment by Carry Anne — May 6, 2008 @ 6:05 pm | Reply

  5. Pug, I was right, you should be more careful.

    What you showed me was an example of how the communist party pretends that dissidents are crazy and treats them like mental patients and uses so called mental illness as a reason to devalue their beliefs etc.

    The paper you presented was a tool of persecution, but thanks for bringing it to my attention it is a rather good reference for what it really is, evil.

    Comment by carryanne — May 6, 2008 @ 6:39 pm | Reply

  6. Hi Pug,

    Got a Anti-CCP blog check us out here

    Music collected around the world to highlight the persecution of the Falun Gong by the sinister CCP.


    Comment by freedomforchina — June 21, 2009 @ 8:15 pm | Reply

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