No More Chinese Communist Party

July 28, 2008

Expose of communist China’s extreme social darwinism in cultivating basketball star/propagandist Yao Ming

I don’t want to insult anyone here, especially not Yao Ming, I’m sure he’s a very nice person.  It is not his faulth that he was born and bred as a propaganda tool.  The poor boy must sometimes feel pretty bad that everyone loves him because he has fulfilled his cultivated role as athletic propagandist and is owned by a communist state.  This is the social darwinism that communism subscribes to, using people as tools to acheive a materialistic end (assuming people do not have higher purposes, which they do and that is why this crap doesn’t work).  The Chinese want Yao to woo the international community and give them a glorious reputation, just as the Nazis wanted with their Olympics.  You will find that in communist states like China, every move they make is part of a big plan to acheive a perfectly groomed society of unified thought, killing whomever has a spirit outside the party’s control.  I think the CCP has realized that this is a pipe dream, but they keep the dream alive since it makes the people really narrow minded and easy to manipulate for it’s own ends.  I think this scandal will soon errupt, maybe then the Chinese people will understand why Yao Ming, the genetically cultivated commie athlete (and other shallow outdated tactics) is not acheiving the effect of mesmerizing the international community and what human rights means.

Here is a recent article from the Ottawa Citizen about the communist party owned athlete Yao Ming

and a much more in depth article from Time Magazine which I highly recommend.

This photo is captioned: NBA star Yao Ming joins other competitors in taking an oath during a ceremony to announce China’s Olympic team in Beijing on Friday. AFP,Getty Images

Why don’t they mention WHAT oath?  Is it that they do not know what oath?  This arm gesture is allegience and sacrifice to the communist party, not to China.  These people are loyal to the party because they are owned by it and they are paid to tout the party line to the masses. How much is it worth to the party to have this basketball star spread the idea that China=the party and that he loves the party?  A lot!  He’s just a genetically engineered corporate sponsor for the CCP. It pays for the CCP to keep China poor, that way it can promise rice to people like Yao and get so much for itself in return. This is totally nothing personal against Yao as a guy, just a critique and the CCP use of people as darwinist tools for acheiving some political goal, sick.



  1. I totally agree with this. Do you know how much a professional chinese basketball players salary is in China? And I believe Yao Ming has to pay millions to the Chinese government every year. Yao Ming has to follow and listen to the Chinese government. After he got married he went straight to train for the olympics and didn’t even have a honeymoon. Yao Ming has to listen to the Chinese government because otherwise he’ll end up like Wang Zhizhi.

    Just wondering but do you know what a doctor’s salary is in China?

    Comment by Jack Wilson — July 28, 2008 @ 12:49 pm | Reply

  2. No I don’t know a doctors salary, BUT. I do know about organ harvesting. I know that there is a serious corruption/blackmail epidemic surrounding basically all fields since the party has it’s hands in everything.

    A transplant surgeon could very well be caught up in receiving large sums for taking condemned people’s vital organs and having them up for sale. There were such websites advertising organs at a steal in very short waiting times (they would keep the condemned alive as living, waiting ‘donors’ and remove the organs on demand), not like in other countries where they have to wait for the patient to be dead or almost dead. In China, the ‘donors’ are healthy, mainly Falun Gong people.

    The Falun Gong people did a major campaign when there was an international organ transplant conference in Boston a few years ago. They surrounded the building and the area, handing out this report by David Kilgour about organ harvesting in China. Inside the conference there was a Chinese doctor who confirmed that the Falun Gong people were correct. When some other Chinese doctors were questioned about it, they just got up and left. Since then there has been slow progress and taking measures to reject this practice, but no one has dared to really care, to really confirm it. People seem to be comfortable calling it an allegation, even though it is pretty well proven. The media totally sucks because they don’t talk about it and so people think it’s not an issue. The world is crazy!

    Comment by carryanne — January 24, 2009 @ 12:33 pm | Reply

  3. […] and the Shanghai Sports Ministry, and there are even some crazy conspiracy theories that he was genetically engineered.  With his old team about to go belly up, I doubt the owners even hesitated for a second in asking […]

    Pingback by Yao Ming forced to buy Shanghai Sharks? | bucketnotes — July 20, 2009 @ 11:43 pm | Reply

  4. free-state

    free citizen in a free world.

    ccp: chinese chicken party.

    1. party

    2. state

    3. army

    party cannot be state.

    state cannot be party.

    Three must be seperate.

    Free party

    Free state

    Free army

    Comment by Mao Zedong — December 27, 2009 @ 8:13 pm | Reply

  5. Free china in a Free world. CCP has caused 60-million death in short time.

    Time for a Free china in a Free century of free men and free women.

    Free Republic of China.

    Comment by Jiang Zemin — March 20, 2010 @ 2:08 pm | Reply

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