Posted by w_thames_the_d on December 10, 2014
This is just biz as usual for dirty Chinese commies:
Corrupt Chinese officials who have fled to New Zealand could be making large political donations to avoid being repatriated, Labour says.
Beijing authorities want to extradite what Prime Minister John Key has described as a “reasonable number” of Chinese from New Zealand to face charges of financial corruption.
Key revealed that President Xi Jinping raised the issue when he visited New Zealand last month.
Labour leader Andrew Little said today that when he was party president he had been approached by Chinese donors he described as suspicious.
Little did not accept their money, but said it was possible the money had found its way into the coffers of other political parties.
“They’re known to make political contributions to parties, I know because they tell us that,” he said on Morning Report.
“I know the fact that donations have been made because, certainly in the Labour Party when I was president, we were approached being offered handsome donations.
“We turned them down, but they would have gone to other places. We weren’t sure what the origin of their wealth was, and we weren’t satisfied, we weren’t comfortable so we didn’t accept the donation.”
National Party president Peter Goodfellow said the party disclosed all its donations in accordance with the electoral requirements.
There were no “explicit” background checks but Goodfellow confirmed a “small number” of donations had been rejected by National for various reasons – though none were related to the Chinese corruption scandal.
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Posted by w_thames_the_d on December 9, 2014
If the Chinese would actually invent anything positive, they would be unstoppable.
Drug gangs in the United States are moving to new markets, with the help of Chinese factories. Their new target is counterfeit pharmaceuticals, and their new victims are the vulnerable: cancer patients, the elderly, hospitalized children, and folks who otherwise can’t afford medication.
Criminal organizations are being drawn to the allure of the new market, which brings less legal risk and higher profits than illicit drugs. Chinese companies, meanwhile, are operating with little oversight and outside the reach of U.S. law.
“Not only do Chinese chemical companies sell precursor materials to the Mexican cartels and synthetic drugs directly to the European and American markets over the Internet, but are also actively involved in cloned pharmaceuticals production,” said Robert Bunker, adjunct professor at the U.S. Army War College Strategic Studies Institute, in an email.
Cases of smugglers trafficking fake medicine are growing more common. In early October, three Texas residents were indicted for allegedly trying to smuggle at least 30 shipments of fake pharmaceutical drugs—close to 100,000 pills—into the United States from China.
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Posted by w_thames_the_d on December 9, 2014
The communists in Beijing have to swear fealty to the part. They must be agnostic. This is bad enough, but now they are forcing people to abandon their religious beliefs as well.
‘How is this reflected in your current work?
Right now, I’m working on the Communist Party’s anti-veiling campaign in Xinjiang with a colleague in the U.S. The party is offering women who take off their veils fully paid trips to Shanghai or Urumqi, as models of deveiling. But those who don’t remove their veils lose preferential benefits or are subject to administrative detention.
This en/wei formula has been the consistent approach of the Han [the dominant ethnic group in China] center towards its frontier minorities. What’s changed is the sophistication and level of penetration. During the Qing, Beijing was far away, and the empire was governed by around 20,000 officials. Now the party has 86 million members that are able to garrison remote corners of state territory and penetrate deep down into the grass roots.
And we see this in current policy, right?
Recently, the party has pushed a “mass line” campaign aimed at embedding officials in grass-roots communities. The Tibetan mass line campaign was the first one. It started in 2011 and ended in 2013, with 20,000 officials rusticated. The Xinjiang one was initiated in March of this year. It’s going to send 200,000 officials down over three years. This year nearly 75,000 party members in teams of five to seven were dispatched, with one-third going into rural villages in southern Xinjiang, where they will stay for a year. They’re meant to be the eyes and ears of the party and ensure policy implementation at a local level.
Read more http://nyti.ms/1yY1hZg
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Posted by w_thames_the_d on December 7, 2014
It does not get much clearer than this. China is gearing up for war. My only question is: to whom will all those new Chinese visa immigrants owe their loyalty when this happens.
Researchers at the U.S. National Defense University looked at more than 1,200 military, paramilitary, legal, economic, diplomatic, and administrative actions undertaken by claimants in the South China Sea from 1995 and 2013. Even based on unclassified data, Dr. Christopher Yung and Patrick McNulty found that China had dramatically escalated its assertiveness since 2009. With respect to all actions, China accounted for about 55 percent of the total actions, with a significant jump in assertive actions since 2009. Military and paramilitary actions followed the same trend, with a spike in military assertiveness in the South China Sea clearly seen over the past few years, peaking at 62 actions in 2012 alone. A more complete, classified accounting would likely show a similar spike but even far more actions.’
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Posted by w_thames_the_d on October 26, 2014
Here is a funny quote from the China Daily, aka least reputable ‘news source’ on the planet. ‘”More and more companies are not necessarily worried about moving into China, but how to manage to work with the Chinese,” said Greg Marchi, chief representative of CKGSB-Americas.
“That’s the reason we named our program ‘Doing Business With A Changing China’.”
CKGSB is hosting the program jointly with Columbia Business School next month in New York.’
Ok so let me get this straight. Some US ‘experts’ aka sellouts are setting up a program to help Americans, aka suckers to do business in China, aka hell?
Wtf? Do you really need a training course for that? Save your self the tuition and listen up. In order to do business in China you must
1- leave your wife and morals home
2- have no conscience
3- bring unmarked bills to pay
The local police
The local communists
And so much more
4- leave your manners and etiquette back home
5- bring lots of bags because your Chinese hosts will want to take you ‘KTV’ing’ aka whoring
6- leave your loyalty to anything of ethical value back home for if you are in China, you will not use them
The simple fact is that businesses got to China because it is so corrupt. Grease the palms of a communist and you can have his kid if you would like. I am not kidding. When I was there I had doctor’s offer me the child of migrant laborers for less than $2000.
In China everything is for sale. All that gray you see encircling China’s big cities is merely proof of how bad corruption is in China. After all, they do have anti-pollution laws, which are obviously as vigorously enforced as their anti-corruption ones are. In China the air is not the only thing that is filthy.
What all this means is that there are a lot of people who make a lot of cash teaching you how to do business in China, but trust me, what you have read here will serve you far better than anything you are paying thousands of dollars for.
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Posted by w_thames_the_d on October 7, 2011
Here is a comment from the King who is tallying up all of the deaths caused by the party either wholly or partially. He is doing this under his own volition and in reality only wants to expose the ugly reality of this place. If more people became citizen activists we would all have near perfect information and then could make good decisions.
“Well at the rate my death report is going. (and it’s climbing it keeps climbing). I estimate at least 25+ Million Deaths, if China is to stink along with their germy toliets, This probably means a million well 450,000-1,000,000 a year. So if China has 10 more years, that’s 10 Million ore deaths so 35+Million more people have to die before these stinky stinky men’s government collapses, along with the Kim Dynasty? Oh the humanity…. :_(
Well I at least know what I’ll be doing these 10 years, working with Caritas down in Brazil, and or India, to help them absorb these new economic responsibilities inherited by a collapsing China.
But 10 more years of poison, can the world handle this? Can the eco system???
Any more crazy surprises in the 10 years? the eventual collapse of the Macau-Hong Kong bridge, more planes crashing from the sky, more much more disasters, like dams breaking, starvation. Oh God when will this madness end?… More Children suffering as street preformers, more children stabbed, Gahhhhhhh.
More stinky stink toiliets. More shitlympics. and all these leaders live it large. Then to top it all off, China STILL has to rebuild, again!
That’s it I’m headed to South America, I’m headed to Timor, to help these countries grow.”
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