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Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Is CDP World-Ready?

John Kusumi is right to question why the media has been silent in covering the 19 million Chinese who’ve quit the Chinese Communist Party and live organ harvesting from Falun Gong practitioners. It seems the media and politicians have opted to look the other way until they are completely ‘defragged’ and enlighten to the truth or does it have to do with trade?

The Conservative Voice by John Kusumi - On March 19-21 there will be a global congress of Chinese dissidents related to the Chinese Democratic party (CDP), to be held in a 'Chinatown' section of New York City�Flushing, Queens.

The major U.S. TV Networks - and their so-called "news divisions"- long ago kicked the Chinese democracy movement to the curb. Their very sympathetic story of brave individuals standing up to the tyranny of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) "went dark" on U.S. television screens.

It appears that managing editors prefer their work to be pleasing to the Chinese regime�the bloodiest and most murderous regime in history (responsible for more deaths inside China than World War II caused globally).

And so these editors have been missing out on one big story after another. Two years ago, began the "jiuping" and "tuidang" campaigns. Jiuping refers to a book, Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party, published by The Epoch Times. That book was released, smuggled around China, and began to drive the tuidang phenomenon.

Tuidang means "quit the party," meaning the CCP that rules China. The campaigns were largely driven by the Epoch Times and by the practitioners of Falun Gong, a spiritual practice that is being brutally persecuted in Mainland China.

However, the original (paleo-?) Chinese dissidents, many of them secular or Christian, also joined in, piled on, and vocally led in heaping opprobrium upon the CCP, and in encouraging resignations from it. That is to say that what is at hand is not just an "Epoch Times story" or a "Falun Gong story," but rather a "Chinese story."

How dramatic is the news we are missing? Two years ago, I wrote an article and noted that 300,000 people had recently quit from the CCP. The tuidang counter has now surpassed 19 million, and when Chinese dissidents have their political convention next week, the number will be around 20 million. This backlash against the Communist Party has indeed been gaining traction.

In the past year, there has been another piece of historic news that if covered would shake the CCP and arouse opposition to it around the world: credible reports that the Chinese government has been selling human organs, harvested from prisoners of conscience, who are also killed in the process. This has shades of Nazi medical experiments performed upon prisoners, and it underscores the holocaust-like nature of the Falun Gong crackdown. The crackdown has become more deadly than the Tiananmen Square crackdown - more people are thought to have lost their lives - and, it has been available for the U.S. news media to cover for the past seven years. Rather than cover it, they have covered it up.

Now we have another dramatic story: after a long period of disunity, Chinese dissidents are coming together. Will the media let the world know what is happening? (more)

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