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Viagra Vitalizes Communist Leaders?

Chinese bloggers have been stunned by this newly released photo: a box of viagra, a special supply for communist leaders and army senior commanders, distributed by the General Logistics Department of the People's Liberation Army. (PLA)

One blogger commented: "I am not surprised at all at this news and I expect that their 'special supplies' also include women to use."

Another blogger: "No wonder the communist leaders like to rape young girls."

What are communist leaders' special supplies?

Special food supply are internal stores which only senior communist leaders can attend to buy commodities. There are stores in major cities in China. These stores stock daily consumer items, food, grocery, wine, etc. They are as well supplied as a department store especially with food, meat, etc, which are organic.

Communist leaders have access to special food supplies because of the contamination and adulteration of many basic foods in China which the ordinary citizen has to contend with.

China Nurtured Bin Laden And Terrorists PDF Print E-mail
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Xia Yu   

Interview with Professor Yuan Hongbing

Q: When President of the United States, Barack Obama revealed that Osama Bin Laden had been killed, many democratic Governments around the world issued statements to congratulate this victory in the war on terror, but communist China made only a brief response more than a dozen hours later. How does this news really affect China?

Professor Yuan: Bin Laden, of course, as an individual, was an important figure, but some people regard him as the backbone of present day international terrorism, which I think is inaccurate. Bin Laden was not yet so important. On an international level, the Chinese communist regime is the true international terrorist. Many terrorists have been trained in training bases in China.  

For example, after the Iraq war broke out, a considerable proportion of the so-called terrorist guerrillas received training in China, and were then sent back to Iraq to combat the United States and its allies. There is also a wide spread ‘secret’ among Chinese communist high officials, that Bin Laden had repeatedly received medical treatment in China. China also served as the main organizer and go-between to Pakistan for Bin Laden to be able stay in Pakistan. That is how Bin Laden was able to hide in Pakistan for so long. This is the reason that the Chinese communist regime delayed its response to news of Bin Laden being killed. It is just a normal reaction from China.

Q: Can you reveal how you know Bin Laden was treated in Chinese hospitals?

Yuan: Bin Laden went to China to seek treatment and rest on at least three occasions. The persons involved in organizing these projects include Meng Hongwei, the Vice Minister for State Security, and Geng Huichang*, the Minister for State Security, who was the former leader of the so called "anti-terrorist department in China".

(Professor Yuan, and most Chinese dissidents think that this "anti-terrorist department" is a blind set up by the regime to tighten control over Tibetan and Uyghur people.)

Q: How did you receive this information?

Yuan: There were three main sources for my information: from those communist party members who still have some conscience remaining; relatives of communist party members who are now being punished by the party for all sorts of reasons which they felt unjust; and information from military officers who were involved in actual projects and accidentally revealed this during conversations with others. I have received much information from various sources and it is all similar.

Q: Do you know the dates that Bin Laden visited China?

Yuan: I cannot disclose this, as it may compromise my information sources.

Q: Do you think the Western democratic countries would have received this information?

Yuan: I think some politicians in the Western countries would be very clear about this, but due to financial interests, or to appease the Chinese regime, they do not want to 'poke this paper window'. Such things are difficult to be kept secret.

Political slaves

Q: Some Chinese people have expressed their "sadness" that Bin Laden was killed. ..

Yuan: I have heard that there is online survey done by VOA and Ifeng website, on Chinese reactions to the death of Bin Laden: many Chinese expressed “sadness”, “the anti American hero is fallen”, “the greatest hero in Arab history' - a similar situation happened when the 9/11 tragedy happened and seeing thousands of  innocent people (in America) being killed, many Chinese celebrated, and posted supporting messages to Bin Laden.  This shows that the communist regime has housed supporters and sympathizers of international terrorism.

Chinese are in fact in a position of being political slaves of the communist regime, they are deprived of almost all political rights; and significant freedoms as a human being. As political slaves, they have developed a very sick mentality, habitually and automatically to willingly support the tyranny, to avoid being persecuted. So I say that political slaves have no feelings. They have not true human feelings.

The online reaction of some Chinese could be because of two scenarios: one, that they are an integral part of the bureaucracy of the communist party, and support Osama bin Laden. Another is those who are political slaves, out of fear, or ignorance, to please the Chinese communist regime, it has become a daily act of life.  Therefore, according to such mind altering ‘daily practice’, they are fully aware that the Communist Party supports international terrorism. So, they make such statements to suit communist regime.

Q: Can you explain your belief that communist China is the backbone of international terrorism?

Yuan: The Chinese regime controls Chinese people through terror and repression.  Communism is a denial of human nature, a system of centralized control, by the killing of journalists of conscience and human rights advocates, it creates a climate of terror in the world.

When Mao (Zedong) was alive, his chief policy was to fight with Russia to gain control over communist territory, and it is also the main direction since Mao's death. But things changed after Russia renounced communist control, the Chinese communists changed their policy and strategy. They only focus towards America. So the control and support for North Korea, and terrorists around the world, to create threats to America and to the world is the main focus of the Chinese regime. The aim is to stop the United States from being in a position to maintain international stability, so as to improve the communist regime's position in the international community.

Q: What you have revealed is quite a message! Have you included this information in the book that you are writing now?

Yuan: I have disclosed some of this information in Taiwan Disaster, and Taiwan Grand State Strategies, and also in my coming book, The National Soul of Taiwan which is planned for release in September this year. It is the third of a trilogy about Taiwan.

Yuan: Let me explain a little more here. Why do we condemn international terrorism? Why don't we think they are heroes but criminals? The key is that in order to achieve its political ends, they will kill females, the elderly, and children in large scale massacrse. This  is genocide which cannot be forgiven. This is our cause to firmly oppose terrorism. But the Chinese communist regime supports this terrorism.

So at the present time, Bin Laden, is an important figure, but not the main backbone of international terrorism. The international terrorist is Chinese communist tyranny. If we exaggerate the impact of Bin Laden being killed to international terrorism, it may lead to people becoming blindly optimistic.

I conclude that as long as Chinese communist tyranny exists, there are spaces for international terrorism to survive.


Professor Yuan is the author of 'Taiwan disaster' which sold tens of thousands of copies of the Chinese version since its publication in Nov. 2009. The English version is available from Chinauncensored.

*Geng Huichang was born in 1951 in Hebei province. In 1985 he became deputy director of the Institute of International Relations. In 1990 he was promoted to director. He headed the government-backed China Institute of Contemporary International Relations until 1995. Geng is a professor, an expert on economic and commercial intelligence, especially on the USA and Japan. In September 1998 he became Deputy Minister of State Security. In August 2007 he was promoted to Minister.

Last Updated on Monday, 06 June 2011 11:53


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