Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Letter: China sends poison abroad, crushes believers at home

April 13, 2009

TCPalm: This letter is to broaden Joe Zuther’s March 31 submission, “It’s time to put the clamps on China’s export machine.”

China has been exporting its poisonous food, furniture, drywall, children’s toys, spices and uses monies derived from these exports to suppress people.

Besides brutally persecuting Tibetans and Chinese citizens who dare to speak their grievances, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) also is persecuting a group called Falun Gong for practicing Chigong and for their spiritual beliefs in “truthfulness-compassion-forbearance.”

According to reports from human-rights lawyer David Matas, the United Nations and other organizations, from 1999 to 2008, CCP arrested more than a million Falun Gong practitioners, putting them through physical and psychiatric torture, slavery and imprisonment without trial.

To protect its international image, CCP targets foreign governments, businesses and the media through under-the-table pressure tactics, to silence them over what some legal experts have termed the “genocide of Falun Gong.”

In 2001, CCP even went so far to orchestrate the “Tiananmen Square self-immolation incident” to defame Falun Gong by hiring five people to set themselves on fire so the Chinese people would hate Falun Gong for their cruelty.

This incident was investigated by International Education Development and many other international organizations.

According to Lee Funzhi, a recent defector from China’s Ministry of Public Security (currently in the United States), CCP set aside one fourth of its annual budget for persecuting Falun Gong.

Why is CCP so invested in waging a campaign against Falun Gong? Because China’s former leader, Jiang Zemin, felt threatened by the popularity of Falun Gong membership, which has exceeded that of the CCP’s.

Edie Bassen


OLYMPIC WATCH: Human Rights in China and Beijing 2008

1 comment:

Rick Hollister said...

I think it is a little premature to put a number on this case. We have not yet agreed on the analytical testing yet. We have not even determined the remedial scope or protocols to clean this mess up. Good luck getting any money out of the Chinese companies. Then there are the insurance companies some of the contractors and distributors are not even covered for this so the insurance companies will say. We do not know what long term damage to the health or the property is going to be. Too many questions still unanswered. I have met with some of the top experts in the IAQA field and from around the country in the last month and as an environmental investigator and consultant for 15 years, I think we have a long road ahead of us. Beware of guarantee solution to fixing the problem i.e. fogs, foam, sprays hell we don't even know if this stuff has embedded into the wooden substrates in the wall. We have been getting calls from Florida, Alabama, and Louisiana and Mississippi. We now have evidence of possible fraud we can probable link back to the manufacture or distributors. We would be interested in hearing from people experiencing Chinese Sheetrock problems every case seems to have different details and precursors. We are putting a team of experts together to tackle the long term effects and to opine on the scope and protocols to properly remediate the homes and all the effected personal property.
Rick Hollister CEI, CMR, CLI
Environmental Administrators, Inc
Tallahassee, Fl.