China And Their “Global Leadership” Farce
Have you ever noticed the photographs of China’s President Xi Jinping when he is shaking the hand of any Leader of a free country or of a business man/woman of a huge company that China has struck a “working relationship” with? All I have ever seen is his smirk, his phony smile, as if he is thinking to himself “what fools these people are.” China’s Communist Leadership speaks of their global leadership but what kind of leadership are they speaking of? One of the things I have learned throughout the years is that China’s Communist Party Leaders are just like the “Leaders” of Russia, North Korea, Cuba or Venezuela and that is that they only care about themselves and that they do not give a damn about their people or any other Nations people. These “Leaders” only care about themselves, they just use everyone else for their own profits. The Countries in East Asia are playing with a mighty Python by allowing China inroads into their Countries with China’s new “Silk Road” scheme. China spends billions of dollars in their Country to help build up Seaports, Airports and roadways in their efforts to create their one Belt one Road concept yet the cost will be their freedom. China is not doing this out of the goodness of their heart, they are doing it for profits and for power. China is charging these much poorer countries interest rates that are far above the going rates just like a “Loan Shark” does. They know that these Countries cannot afford to repay these “loans” plus China demands they make payments before the host countries can even start reaping revenues. If you do not believe me, Check into how Sri Lanka is doing with their China arrangement. Just like when a person deals with a Loan Shark when the Country cannot repay their loans on time, their collateral is taken from them, in China’s case they will take the freedom and sovereignty of the Countries who cannot repay and if necessary they will take their lives if the people of the Countries stand up and say no. China is the Python who will crush the life out of you and then devour all that was yours.
The first paragraph was just to show you the evil patterns, or the “MO” (method of operation) China’s Communist Leadership operates by. I am now going to spend the rest of this commentary about a great man who died this morning in China, this man’s name is Liu Xiaobo. China’s Leaders try to show a face of strength yet they are petrified of simple peaceful words, so in truth, they are sniveling cowards. When someone confronts you with truthful honest words and you react with violence, you are not strong, you are pathetic and weak. Mr. Xiaobo was a scholar not a soldier, his weapon was a keyboard not a gun. He spoke of kindness and freedom for the people of his Country yet China’s Leaders responded by giving him prison sentences.
In Beijing China on June 4th of 1989 the true face of Communism showed their true face when they sent in soldiers with tanks to crush a peaceful demonstration of at least 100,000 citizens. This mostly students who had been demonstrating peacefully for China’s Leaders to step down and allow democracy. Mr. Xiaobo joined this peaceful protest, he was lucky, he only received a two-year prison sentence. On this day the military murdered thousands of their own citizens at the orders of China’s Leaders, also at least 10,000 people were arrested and put into prison. In China this day is referred to as “the June 4th incident” most people here in the civilized word call it the “Tiananmen Square Massacre.” To show the face of irony the definition of Tiananmen in Mandarin is “Gate Of Heavenly Peace.”
That I am aware of there were only three different prison sentences Mr. Xiaobo suffered in his life. There was the two-year prison sentence Mr. Xiaobo received from the Tiananmen incident, then there was a three-year prison term because he dared to write of freedom for the Chinese people. The last of these three prison terms the Communist Leaders put upon Mr. Xiaobo was in 2011 when they sentenced him to 11 years in prison because of his writings. Much to China’s anger in 2012 Mr. Xiaobo won the Nobel Prize for literature , this turned out to be a prison sentence that he would not be able to live through as he died this morning after 6 years from liver cancer. President Xi Jinping and his henchmen again showed their true faces of evil when they refused to allow Mr. Xiaobo to be allowed to go to the United States or to Europe to get medical treatment. In the end China’s leadership got exactly what they wanted and that is the death of a peaceful man.