PureInsight | December 11, 2013
[PureInsight.org] In early July, Wang Huan, the director and host of the Chinese Communist Party’s CCTV movie channel “TV Guide” and host of “Next Week’s Movies,” died of cancer at the age of 43. Mainland Chinese media reported on this incident extensively. They reported that due to an extremely busy job and high pressure, the media profession has been ranked at the top of the list of stressful professions. The media also reported that CCTV hosts have an extremely dangerous job, listing out seven hosts who passed away in the last four years. Do hosts really have such a dangerous job? Did these people really die from overworking?
Of course I am not saying that media people do nothing; rather, I am saying that their workload is not heavy enough to be fatal. The CCP treats these special workers well. Not only do they offer periodic physical examinations and recuperation sessions, but they also provide the best hospitals and doctors to treat the slightest illness. According to the CCP, as soon as these people are chosen, their lives no longer belong to themselves. In order to ensure that they do not develop health issues, the CCP does not hesitate to invest lots of financial and human capital. The CCP has very strict requirements for the CCTV workers but also specially safeguards their living, job, family, health, and reputation. To say that their cancer was a result of stress and overworking is the CCP’s way of whitewashing their own deceased media workers.
Then why did these people die prematurely? It is related to the work in which they engage. These people speak for the CCP long-term without expressing their own true ideas. They clearly know something is a lie yet still say it is the truth. Not only do they make their lies watertight, but they also include their own emotions. Under this long-term state of psychological distortion, they inevitably develop physical and mental disease.
Traditional medicine regards one’s emotions as the primary cause of illness. In order to maintain good health, one must maintain peace of mind. One must have no evil in one’s heart to ensure no illness in one’s body. Aside from infectious diseases and functional disorders, even modern medicine categorizes diseases as psychogenic illnesses, such as cancer, kidney stones, tumors, glaucoma, hypertension, and related illnesses. How can someone who constantly says fake things, shows fake expressions, gives fake meanings to things, puts on fake plays, and has a seriously distorted psychological state not get sick?
This March, CCTV’s drama host Bai Yan Sheng voluntarily quit his job. Mr. Sheng later expressed to the media that his previous job felt like putting on a play. When he went home and lied in bed, he felt like his soul escaped his body. He himself said, “How many real words did I say all year?” What would the result have been if he told the truth? Mr. Sheng said, “One cannot express one’s subjective feelings on CCTV. Doing so will result in restrictions, confrontation, and constraint. Many people could never imagine it. There are even various restrictions in the acting…”
The CCTV is one of the CCP’s main voices. The CCP relies on it to brainwash the entire Chinese population. Of course this has inevitably damaged the CCTV workers. From the Buddhist standpoint of karma, these people claim that bad is good and that compassion is evil. They reverse black and white and confuse right and wrong, poisoning countless citizens, which is a grave sin. These people will naturally be punished. Two of the CCTV’s representative figures in this respect are the former news anchor, Luo Jing, and the former assistant director of “Social Issues,” Chen Meng.
Luo Jing was the CCP’s main voice back in 2009. He said whatever the CCP told him to say. Especially during this decade of persecuting Falun Gong, Luo Jing was the primary person involved in framing and broadcasting propaganda against the practice and inciting hatred. His special identity forbade him from having his own thoughts, emotions, and viewpoints. The CCP spread its lies and slander through his mouth. From another aspect, this long-term self-brainwashing process made Mr. Jing want to be the CCP’s spokesperson even more. He became the CCP’s tool in attacking compassion. The CCP utilized a propaganda campaign to incite the public’s hatred toward Falun Gong and to provide an excuse for exacerbating the persecution, causing many Falun Gong practitioners to become imprisoned and even persecuted to death. Mr. Jing died of lymphoma on June 5, 2009, at age 48.
The death of Chen Meng, the former assistant director of CCTV’s news reviews and former assistant director of “Social Issues,” also attests to the heavenly principle of reaping what one sows. Chen Meng was a prominent character on CCTV. On January 23, 2001, the CCP concocted the “Tiananmen Self-Immolation” to slander Falun Gong. The “Tiananmen Self-Immolation” has been confirmed by multiple international organizations, including International Educational Development, to be a fabrication. The CCP utilized it to incite the public’s hatred toward Falun Gong and to launch a comprehensive assault and suppression of of the practice. Mr. Meng was one of the producers of this pseudo-case. He passed away on December 24, 2008, at midnight at the age of 47.
In recent years, the death rate of media people who assisted the CCP in harming the Chinese citizens has been high. The main reason is that they harmed themselves in the process of lying and deceiving the public. Even though the CCP highly praised these people after their deaths, what is the point to do this work? It is only to encourage successors to have the same viewpoints as the evil communist party. Actually, the CCP’s media people are very pitiful. When Mr. Sheng quit his job, his peers all expressed their blessings for him. Who wants to follow the CCP and lie for an entire lifetime? These people have been tied down by the CCP and are helpless. I hope that they will become fully awakened as soon as possible and free themselves from the CCP’s shackles.
Translated from: http://www.zhengjian.org/node/119649