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A Tale of Two Buildings

 

 

The building of the police station in Zhenjiang Town, Jiangsu province commenced in 2008, and was first used as police station in September 2009. By November 2009, the local government decided that the area would be used for commercial development....so the compound was demolished.

The scandal was exposed by Chinese bloggers and resulted in wide criticism by Chinese internet users. Photos of the luxurious compound were spread on many website and blogs, and also, photos of some schools in the area, contrasting the two buildings and communist priorities.

 

Zhenjiang schoolchildren in their classroom. (screenshot)

Zhenjiang school children entering the school. (screenshot).

The red characters say Zhenjiang Police Station (screenshot)

The luxurious compund being demolished after 2 months of use. (screenshot)

 

 

China’s 'Unrestricted Warfare' And 9/11 PDF Print E-mail
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China’s Military Planners Took Credit for 9/11

Soon after the horrific attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon, two high-ranking Chinese military planners took credit for the 9/11 attacks – and were even hailed as national heroes in China.

In fact, three years before 9/11, the Chinese colonels had proposed the attacks and cited Osama bin Laden by name in their book Unrestricted Warfare. (Click Here for more info on book.)

The authors of Unrestricted Warfare are Senior Colonels. Qiao Liang and Wang Xiangsui, and in 1999 they wrote that an attack by bin Laden on the World Trade Center would be just the type of "unrestricted warfare” that could bring down America.

The book was published by China’s People’s Liberation Army and had the endorsement of the Chinese government.

Unrestricted Warfare makes clear its purpose: offering China and other "weak” countries a strategy to destroy the U.S. without a full-scale invasion, using unusual or "asymmetrical” warfare.

NewsMax has recently obtained the CIA translation of this astounding book and has made it available with an introduction by Al Santoli, editor of the prestigious China Reform Monitor.

Editor's Note: The translation of "Unrestricted Warfare" made for the CIA is not available in print elsewhere – you can get it by Clicking Here.

Article from Newsmax.com

 

Editor's note:

The Chinese communist party's 'Unrestricted Warfare' against Taiwan, and western democratic countries, has been explained in detail in a series of book written by the exiled Chinese law professor, Mr.  Yuan hongbing:

[Taiwan Disaster]  (Aka; Taiwan Crisis)  can be purchased from sales desk of China Uncensored at $25 (postage free within Australia) $15 postage world wide.

[Taiwan Grand State Strategies ] English version is due in Nov. 2011.

[Taiwan National Policy] Only Chinese version available at present.

Last Updated on Monday, 31 October 2011 23:09
 

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