The CCP Is Willing to Attack Taiwan and Implement Fascism to Protect Its Political Power
Professor Yuan Hongbing, a well-known jurist, made a speech during a rally supporting Mr. Chen and Mr. Hao’s withdrawals from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in Sydney, Australia. He said that drawing Australia into its political camp is part of the CCP’s long-term global political strategy. The CCP is preparing to declare war on Taiwan in 2012, so that it can step into an overtly Fascist (1) state in order to solve the comprehensive crises it is facing today.
The Timetable of the Entire Fascist Strategy
Professor Yuan stated that the CCP’s entire Fascist strategy would proceed through the following stages:
1. Before the 2008 Olympic Games
During this period of time, the CCP primarily proposes to instigate and propel nationalism. At the same time, it will try hard to ensure a relatively stable social climate and maintain the present state so that it can push fanatical nationalism to a climax using the competitive environment of the Olympic Games.
2. For Two Years After the 2008 Olympic Games
The CCP will eliminate opposing voices inside its system. The CCP will solve its political crisis through severe political pressure. It will comprehensively oppress opposing groups, defined by the CCP as Falun Gong, political dissidents, and underground Christians.
3. Declare War Against Taiwan before 2012
The CCP intends to declare war against Taiwan before the 18th National People’s Congress in 2012. Once it declares war, it can move the country into a state of emergency. The CCP believes that only by declaring a state of emergency can its social, political, and financial crises be solved.
Professor Yuan said that because the CCP passed the Anti-secession Law in March, it incurred an intense response from the international community. The European Union stopped discussions about lifting the ban on sales of military equipment to China. Many observers did not understand why the CCP would commit such a foolish act. In fact, it is not a foolish act, but an intentional strategy.
Professor Yuan also revealed that the CCP plans to pass the Emergent State Act this year. It is also part of the comprehensive Fascist strategy as is the Anti-secession Law.
Regional Diplomatic Strategies
1. U.S. and Japan
In the eyes of the CCP, the U.S. and Japan are strategic allies that cannot be separated. Once China declares war against Taiwan, the two countries will become the real enemies of the CCP.
Although the U.S. and Russia have nuclear weapons, the CCP does not fear the U.S. the way it fears Russia, because it believes that Americans are afraid to use the weapons, as they cherish life. To China, the U.S. is not as big a threat as Russia.
2. The Northern and Southwestern Frontiers
Through many years of negotiations with the former Soviet Union, the CCP believes that if there were a nuclear war, the Russian’s strong nationalism means they would rather die than surrender. Therefore, the CCP is not willing to become Russia’s enemy. To placate the Russians, and guarantee that no military incidents will happen in the north of China, the CCP has freely given huge tracts of its Northern Frontier lands to Russia.
As for China’s southwest, the CCP wants to prevent India from invading through Tibet. The Tibetan Himalayas are actually a natural defensive barrier. Professor Yuan said, “The Dalai Lama intends to maintain a workable relationship with the CCP, because he hopes by doing so he can reverse the CCP’s policy of exterminating Tibetan religious beliefs. Actually, such a reversal will never happen because exterminating the Tibetan’s religion is part of the CCP’s larger strategy.”
3. Asia-Pacific Arena
The CCP wants to be allied with countries in the Asia-Pacific Arena. When war breaks out, these countries will, at least, be neutral and can form a buffer zone around China to deter the U.S. and Japan.
Viewing things from the present situation, some small countries in Southeast Asia, such as Burma, Laos, Singapore, etc. have basically become the CCP’s political colonies.
South Korea can be balanced by North Korea.
As for Indonesia, because it is a Muslim country, the CCP believes it cannot be subdued ideologically. Therefore, the best plan is to let Indonesia remain in a state of endless civil wars, able to focus only on itself.
As for Australia, a close ally of the U.S., the CCP’s strategy is to pacify it through education, economic alliances, culture, media, Chinese communities, etc. and gradually influence the Australian people’s ideology. Eventually, it will accept the CCP’s political and ideological ways.
Professor Yuan said, “Seen from the behavior of Australia’s people, this strategy has been effective. Public opinion in Australia already tends to support the CCP. When dealing with some problems relating to China, Australia has shown a tendency to betray its original guiding principles, such as freedom, democracy, and human rights.”
The CCP’s control of the Australian Chinese community and Chinese media is already a fact. Moreover, a teacher from Hong Kong working at a university in Australia lists anti-Falun Gong material as required reading and expects students to answer questions consistent with these materials in their exams. We really have to deeply ponder such a phenomenon.
The Real Purpose of Starting a War with Taiwan
Professor Yuan said, “Is the aim of starting a war with Taiwan really to protect China’s sovereignty and territory? Is it really for the benefit of China? No! This is entirely for the party’s own benefit. It attempts to solve its political, social, and financial crises through wars and emergent situations and in this way continue to maintain its despotic rule.”
“Once an emergent situation presents itself, the CCP can use the blood-and-iron method to suppress dissident groups to solve its political crisis, and suppress some hundred million unemployed workers to solve its social crises. Chinese people save their money, so it can also freeze people’s bank accounts, and can even legally transfer citizens’ private property to state-ownership or to the companies of corrupt officials. The CCP’s banking system is teetering on the edge of a black hole, which has unpaid debts as high as 40 percent to 60 percent of the total. This problem cannot be solved by any other means at present.”
Who Really Controls the CCP?
Professor Yuan stated that the people who really have the power are the “Taizi Party,”(children of former CCP leaders, who now hold important positions in the CCP, government offices, and the military) or the so-called Youth School. Its members are people like Jiang Mienheng, Bo Xilai, Liu Yazhou, etc. Politicians like Hu Jintao and Wen Jiabao actually do not direct the CCP’s policies.
Professor Yuan reiterated that his assessment of the Chinese political system is accurate. This kind of understanding comes from many of his friends and classmates, such as the Provincial Party Committee Secretary of Liaoning Province, Li Keqiang, the former Provincial Party Committee Secretary of Henan Province, Meng Hongwei, Vice-minister of the Ministry of Public Security, and Wang Sanyun, Vice-minister of the Organization Department, and others. They are either his former classmates in the Law Department at Beijing University or old friends for many years. All of them are the central figures of the so-called fifth generation of the CCP.
*National Security Leading Team
The final decision-maker of important national strategy is the CCP’s “National Security Leading Team.” Jiang Zemin is still a member of the team.
*National Security Research Teams
Since 1990, CCP members have informally developed research groups to evaluate national security strategies. Most of the people in the Youth School or the Taizi Party mentioned above are members of these groups.
Before 2000, these groups often held informal meetings to discuss the CCP’s strategies. After 2000, they started to hold regular conferences. Any attendee is allowed to speak, but only one person records their comments. The speaker signs his approval after the speech is recorded. Then, it is submitted to the National Security Leading Team.
The discussions from these groups about national security strategies become the CCP’s real political direction.
The Origin of the Fascist Strategy
Professor Yuan said “The strategy to develop a Fascist state has actually been in place for a long time. It was first proposed by He Xin, who is my age or older.”
Professor Yuan then said, “The political leaders at that time, such as Zhao Ziyang and Hu Yaobang, despised He Xin’s proposal, but President Wang Zhen strongly supported the idea.”
It is said that the core of the CCP keeps He Xin, a member of Jiang Zemin’s intellectual group, in a low profile position to avoid exposing a complete political and economic conversion to Fascism.
The Persecution of Falun Gong in the CCP’s Fascist Strategy
A reporter asked, “Then, in this ambitious strategy, what is the importance of Falun Gong? If the CCP has such an ambitious global strategy, why does it go to such great lengths to suppress Falun Gong?”
Professor Yuan said, “In the big picture, Falun Gong is only one of the CCP’s political problems that need to be solved. When it announced its suppression of Falun Gong, it really thought that it would exterminate the practice within three months. However, things developed differently than expected, and now they have no choice but to continue to suppress Falun Gong.”
“To suppress people, including Falun Gong, the democratic movement, dissidents, and underground Christians using Fascist methods, is part of the CCP’s strategy.”
The Biggest Mistake the West Can Make is to Underestimate China
Professor Yuan suggests that the biggest mistake the West makes in evaluating China is that it always analyzes problems rationally, so it cannot precisely understand things happening in China. In fact, many important decisions made by the CCP are irrational. Though there are 9,999 reasons why one should not do something, and only one reason that one should do it, the CCP may make a decision based that one reason.
For instance, the day before the massacre of the 1989 Tiananmen Square Democratic Movement on June 4, Deng Xiaoping held a family meeting. During the meeting, Deng’s son’s, Deng Pofang and Deng Chihfang, said that if those people have their way our whole family will be pulled into the street and chopped into meat for sauce.
It is said that Deng made his final decision to massacre the people in Beijing because of that statement.
Spies Exceed 1,000
Mr. Chen Yonglin said, “There are more than one thousand spies in Australia.” Professor Yuan believes that the actual number is higher than that. He knows that people who go abroad with official passports must talk with the Security Department before leaving. “When they return to China, they have to report to the Security Department and provide written reports of their findings.”
Professor Yuan said that soon after he arrived in Australia, the Vice-minister of the Security Department personally flew to Australia and retained a well-known Western attorney to inquire about his activities in Australia. The CCP can find well-known Western attorneys to help find the information they want.
How Financial Black Holes are Formed
Professor Yuan gave an example, based on fact, of how gaping black holes in bank assets are formed.
A general manager in the most well-known real estate company in Beijing brought only 200 thousand yuan (US$24,155) to Beijing. He spent some money bribing the head of a county and signed a contract for 10,000 mu (1,640 acres) of undeveloped land at a cost of 50 yuan per mu.
After the general manger bought the land, he asked someone to prepare a development plan for the land, which no one had ever thought of developing. He did some minor work to start developing the land. Then, he bribed a property appraisal company to give him a land appraisal report. In the report, the land bought at 50 yuan per mu was valued at 10,000 yuan per mu. The general manger suddenly owned an asset worth one hundred million yuan.
But the one hundred million yuan was only on paper. How could it be turned into cash? He applied to a bank for a mortgage.
The general manger used the land now valued at one hundred million yuan, as collateral for a loan of fifty million yuan. He paid half of the money, 25 million yuan, to some related officials in the bank as a reward for their assistance and took the other half as profit. When the loan was due, the general manager gave the bank the deed to the undeveloped land because he was unable to pay the back the loan.
As a result, the 10,000 mu of undeveloped land was taken from the nation and returned to the nation. However, 50 million yuan was lost in the transaction. It became a bad account and the bank can never recover the money.
The CCP clearly understands that they cannot recover the money on these bad debts. So in their minds, risking Fascism has become the sole solution to their problems.
Doing One’s Best to Prevent Tragedies
Lastly, Professor Yuan indicated that he made public the CCP’s terrifying strategy of wholly espousing Fascism because he hopes to get the attention of all governments and people in the world. He wants to do his best to prevent the CCP from dragging China and the entire world into disaster for its own profit.
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