Opinion: SARS, Lies and a Righteous Trial

PureInsight | June 2, 2003

Opinion: SARS, Lies and a Righteous Trial


[PureInsight.org] Recently, SARS has drastically changed the international community. The lies of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) had never before been fully exposed. It would be a good opportunity for us to clarify the truth to sentient beings further. However, now it looks as if we are experiencing difficulty with Jiang XX's case. These two issues must be related somehow. The evil forces wanted to delay the fast process of their elimination. If our practitioners and sentient beings could see the clear relationship between the lies of the CCP and the Jiang XX's case, their attempt will be defeated, and we can move further to save sentient beings.

The SARS epidemic exposed the deceitful nature of the CCP to the world's people. However, some people are still deluded by the lies. For example, the CPP's actions of hiding the truth and intimidating people led the world to discover that China's human rights claims were actually false but a few people still accepted the fabrications. People realized that the CPP was solely concerned about profit and did not care about its citizens because they emphasized economic development while many Chinese suffered from SARS. The CCP tried very hard to convince people that economic development is the first priority. It used "stability" as an excuse to suppress the truth, rather than achieving stability through admitting the truth.

Lies are lies. No matter how silly they are, the lying regime knows that any lie will eventually be exposed. The CCP should know this as well as those who are deceived. One can see this from the numerous loopholes in their lies. But they knew that telling the truth would expose their evil deeds and weaken the regime, which could bring it to its doom. Therefore, they had to LIE.

The CCP believes that telling the truth is invalidating itself. They also fear that people can see the truth behind their lies and really hope that people will focus on the ridiculous lies themselves. They made people feel like there must be truth behind their lies to conceal their intention, which is to cover up the lie behind their lies.

There are no human rights in China and the crimes against human rights committed by the CCP are countless. Each time it defends itself, it wreaks its bad temper on people, but what it says is nonsense. It threw out its human rights theories, not for doing research on human rights, but for demonstrating its "legitimacy." In a word, it is a privilege and a symbol of power to bargain on the human rights issue. From its history we can see that preaching violence, not human rights, is its basic ideology. In order to protect its own interests, the CCP would sacrifice any other lives, either Chinese or foreigner. As long as it sees the need and as long as it has an opportunity, it will punish anyone. The violent crackdown against western Falun Gong practitioners who went to Tiananmen Square to appeal was a very good example. Because lying has become the nature of the CCP, it concealed the initial outbreak of SARS. Consequently, the disease spread to other countries. At that moment, the CCP made a false countercharge and tried to shift the misfortune onto others. Even when the outbreak became unmanageable, it still tried to beguile foreigners to continue their investment and travel. All of these indicate that the CCP does not care about other people's lives at all. Of course, nowadays they do not say that "they have to violate human rights to run the regime" any more. They cover the acts of the regime with "stability" or, sometimes, "national security."

Another weapon of the CCP is "stability." Who really wants stability? Sure enough, the answer is the Chinese people. However, every single action of Jiang's political regime aims at destabilizing society and creating chaos. So "stability" is only an excuse. In order to maintain its dictatorship, the CCP does not hesitate to drag the country into an abyss. The only factor that really bothers the CCP is the fear that its evil deeds will someday be exposed and it will therefore lose its legitimacy. What is the purpose of maintaining power and stability? In their words it is for the so-called economic development.

Does the CCP really care about economic development? If it is the case, then why does it ignore millions of unemployed workers and farmers struggling in poverty? It would be beneficial for the country if taxpayers' money was really used for the people and for economic development. However, the CCP closed down state-owned factories one after the other because of corruption and numerous workers in those companies were laid off. If the CCP truly focused on economic development, it would not embezzle half of the money from the state treasury; it would not spend one quarter of the GDP to persecute Falun Gong; and it would not crack down on those "dissidents" and other non-communist groups who are innocent. Corruption through exploiting farmers and workers, embezzling investors' money, deceiving foreigners to invest in China, and dissipating the Chinese people's money to buy off other countries and to suppress innocent people: Do these deeds reflect the profile of a "developing economy"? How could that be possible? If its selfish desires and power require destroying the economy, the CCP will do it without any hesitation. The Cultural Revolution is one example and the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners is another one. In fact, China's economy has almost been destroyed by the CCP, but at the same time, it advertises its "high speed development" of the economy and claims it focuses on economic development. Now the CCP strongly depends on foreign investment to develop China's economy. But the smoke cloud released by the CCP has deceived a lot of people. China's economy looked like it was very hot but in fact, the number and amount of nonperforming loans has been astounding. Money serves the purposes of fulfilling selfish desires and persecuting Falun Gong practitioners. The events of the past four years illustrate this point. Those who were zealous in persecuting Falun Gong practitioners and those who wanted to gain a promotion and become wealthy by persecuting Falun Gong practitioners are all immoral people.

Under the control of evil Jiang XX, the political regime of the CCP tried their best to keep playing their game in order to secure their power. This was the only way for the CCP to continually extract money from people, to take advantage of sentient beings and to persecute Falun Gong. The CCP even poisoned the world's people by their evil lies and it tried to extend the persecution overseas. Jiang XX and his regime are guided by the principles of "falseness," "evilness," and "violence," in contrast with Falun Gong's principles of "truthfulness", "compassion" and "tolerance". Surely, their evil deeds will be exposed.

My conclusion is that all of the propaganda of the CCP is false. In order to win at their game, they commit such irrational deeds to maintain their power. Inevitably, their senseless ways make things worse and this principle has been verified by numerous examples. As we can see, the CCP cannot resist or relieve any disasters. On the contrary, it either conceals the disasters or makes them worse. Here are some examples: three years of calamities, the earthquake in Tangshan City, the great flood in 1998, serious disasters in 1999, and the outbreak of SARS in 2003. All of these support my argument. If there were no calamity, the CCP would create some scourges from time to time, such as the political campaigns of "Against 3," "Against 5," the Cultural Revolution, the "64" massacre, the persecution of Falun Gong and Article 23 in Hong Kong.

Suing Jiang XX declares that the game of the CCP is over and removes the pillar of the political regime. By this the righteous forces will be strengthened in the world and anything unjust created by the CCP will soon collapse.

Translated from: http://www.zhengjian.org/zj/articles/2003/5/29/21829.html

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