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A Thousand Snakes Sunbathe on Road

On 8th Oct, over a thousand snakes were seen crawling on the road in Liuhe county, Jinlin province - over 700 died when run over by passing cars.

A man trys to move an injured snake to the side of the road. (Screenshot)

According to a local road inspector, every year around this time, dozens of snakes come from the bush beside the road to sun-bath, but this year the number of snakes is greater than ever before.

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China's Communist Party has been offering Confucius Institutes to numerous communities around the world. These institutes are veritable "Trojan horses" from the Chinese Communist
Party (CCP). Wikipedia states that there were 210 worldwide and a current listing of 30 Institutes in United States universities as of January 2008 (1). Not all institutions accept these Institutes,
Stanford declined. Its purpose, according to the statement on the Confucius Institute's website is described as follows:

"Aimed at promoting friendly relationship with other countries and enhancing the
understanding of the Chinese language and culture among world Chinese learners as
well as providing good learning conditions for them, the National Office for Teaching
Chinese as a Foreign Language is to set up "Confucius Institute" in the world, whose
major activities includes Chinese teaching in countries that have the needs and
conditions." http://english.hanban.edu.cn/market/HanBanE/412360.htm

At first glance the Confucius Institute looks like a beneficial asset to our diverse communities. One must look beyond a false congenial surface to find the deeper and truer purpose.

(Page 36 -- screenshot)

First, let's be clear, we are talking about the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), aka Chinese regime, not China or the Chinese people. We have great respect and compassion for the Chinese people.

The goal of communism, which the CCP does not disguise, has been world conquest. Most people think of that as outright war, but the CCP is pursuing this goal very differently outside its own borders. Using methods the CCP is famous for, such as determining the pros and cons of a situation or in this case, the best "hooks" to dangle in front of others to achieve their goal WITH the target's cooperation, the Chinese Communist Party has decided to use what is called "soft power."

The CCP is aware that Chinese culture has intrigued people in the West for hundreds of years. So it offers what looks like a bridging of cultures that appears to be favorable to both our cultural
and financial interests--the "communist Trojan horse" emerges.

We are a group of U.S. citizens and former citizens of China or its communist neighbors. We are concerned that a Confucius Institute will be detrimental in many ways to our communities and
ultimately our country's way of life. This also extends to ongoing financing of various government and commercial research and development, and natural resource operations.
The following report covers areas of concerns, many of which overlap and demonstrate a consistent pattern of political abuse by the CCP in Western nations.

In documenting these issues, we have personally contacted several authors and organizations to quote them in this report. Clive Ansley, an international Canadian attorney with 40 years of
experience in China relations, put it succinctly in a personal communication to us:

"Confucius Institutes are insidious instruments of political penetration in all Western
democracies and have nothing to do with their proclaimed scholarly objectives."

His concern echoes ours, and has been proven correct too often in dealing across the board with the CCP in various situations. The CCP attempts to control anything that could cause loss of face

or expose the deception that hides behind its false smile.

Read full report on ZSR.info

Last Updated on Saturday, 27 November 2010 02:07
 

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