Tuesday, August 13, 2013

CHILD ABUSE IN CHINA



Dr Zhang stole babies from the county hospital.

"When she came to us, she said our baby was dying," said Zhou...

"I believed her because she was the doctor...

"She said normally they would throw the baby in a well but in this case she could arrange an old man to come and collect the baby and we just needed to pay her 50 yuan"...



'In recent years the trade has become "industrialised", according to the Chinese media, with entire villages serving as "hubs"...

'The authorities are often complicit in the trade...'

The doctor and China's evil baby trade



In 1994, Mao Zedong's personal physician, Dr. Li Zhisui, published The Private Life of Chairman Mao. 

According to Li Zhisui, young virgin peasant girls were brought to Mao for sex, often group sex. 

Book Review - Hungry Ghosts: Mao's Secret Famine 

Mau like young girls. 


The Chinese Boy Kept as Slave by Uncle

According to The Economist, 'Mao lived like an emperor, carried on litters by peasants, surrounded by concubines and placated by everyone.' 

Staying at the top Mao and the art of management Economist.com 

Mao liked sex with the 'handsome young men in his guard who put him to bed.' 

EveryMao


Auto show in Wuhan, China

"On December 20, 2008, Lu Yumin, head of Baihua branch of the local taxation bureau, bought the virginity of a girl student for 6,000 yuan (US$878).

"Three months later, accompanied by her aunt, the victim reported it to the police.

"After investigation, the police said Lu had not committed a crime as he was ignorant of the fact that the victim was under 14.

"The penalty for Lu's ‘inappropriate behavior’ was 15 days detention as an ‘administrative punishment’, and a 5,000 yuan fine."

PROSTITUTION AND HOSTESS BARS IN CHINA - Facts and Details



"Two years ago, in Xishui, in Guizhou Province, and in Lishui, in Zhejiang Province, there were reports of officials working together with rich businessmen to sexually abuse young girls under 14 years of age.

"Last year, in Yongkang, in Zhejiang Province, a case was revealed where a few members of the National People’s Congress from Yongkang were involved in a case of raping a young girl.



"Especially alarming is the case of Li Xinli, who is deputy secretary of the People’s Congress in Yongcheng City, in Henan Province, and described as an “excellent CCP member.”

"According to a report on May 25 by chinalawnews.net, Li raped more than 10 young school girls.

"The youngest was only 11.

"This “excellent CCP member” claimed that he only looks for virgins.


Heart Breaking Child Abuse

"A young girl who was a victim told the China Law News reporter that Li forced her into a car, stripped her in the back seat, and then raped her.

"Li also used his cell phone to video the event and took a photo of the girl’s blood.

"The young girl is said to have cried and begged Li, “I am only 13 years old. Don’t do this, Uncle!” [“Uncle” is a term of respect Chinese children use for adult men, not just their own uncles.]"

Young Girls Become 'Special Supply' for China's Powerful 


China: Thousands of abducted

On 12 August 2013, we learn of a series of disturbing revelations in China's state media about the sexual abuse of school children.

The abuse of China's 'left-behind' children

"On 8 August, a 62- year-old man was detained by police in the city of Ruichang, Jiangxi province, for sexually abusing seven girls...

"The man was working as a school teacher ... and between September 2012 and May 2013, he molested seven pupils aged eight or nine in a room at the back of the class...

"The girls were left with sexually transmitted diseases.

"Their parents were all migrant workers, Chinese media reports say...


Lives Like Garbage

"In May this year, no fewer than eight cases of sex abuse in schools were exposed within a span of 20 days...

"According to Ms Wang Xingjuan, founder of The Maple Women's Psychological Counselling Centre in Beijing, Guangdong province alone dealt with more than 1,700 sex abuse cases involving children from 2008 to 2011..."

According to Zuoxingzhan: "Nowadays, teachers are sex abusers, doctors sell babies, judges fool around with prostitutes…"


Father given 18-month sentence...

Many of the child brothels in Asia are Chinese owned.

According to Wayne Madsen:

The Corporate Media and the Global Pedophile Ring Cover-Up

"China is not a friendly terrain for pedophiles for a number of reasons, including a zero tolerance policy of the Chinese government and the fact that China’s 'one-child' policy means that parents keep a watchful eye on their son or daughter. 

"While in Beijing, Wayne Madsen Reports learned that pedophile foreign journalists hold positions with a number of Western media outlets and non-governmental organizations connected to George Soros in Beijing and Shanghai."


Child Trafficking crack down

Thousands of Chinese children are trafficked every year in China

Some estimates put it as high as 70,000. They are usually kidnapped, though many children are also purchased from desperate parents that can't afford to raise their children.

China Claims Success in Child Trafficking crack down

Anonymous writes:

I'm reading Pu Songling's Tales of a Chinese Studio which is ostensibly a collection of Chinese ghost stories but is actually a series of allegories. 

It was written in the 17th century. Lately it's been used as the basis for the films Painted Skin and The Mural. 

Anyway, a constant repetition in the stories is that whenever the hero meets the idealised object-of-desire she is inevitably fifteen. 

Much older than this and women are vaguely viewed as past it (kind of thing). Twenty is right out.

This young age is viewed as absolutely unremarkable. 

As is the selling of children, usually during times of hardship. When I say hardship, there's Westerner's hardship and there's Chinese hardship with the latter making the former look like a holiday.

Anyone who wants to say 'yeah, but...' go see a film from last year called Back To 1942. 
What a horror show. Everyone dies with the children being sold considered the lucky ones. The film is properly epic, was huge in china, and guaranteed to leave you shattered.

And then there's the book you mention Hungry Ghosts by Jasper Becker. I've read it. It's unbelievable - a complete nightmare. 

It's all about the famines of 1959-1961 otherwise known as The Great Leap Forward. 

In the book Becker tells of an old expression "Swap your children so you may live" (or something like that). 

What this means is that no matter how starving a family is no one can bring themselves to eat their own children so instead they would swap their child with that of another family and each eat each others. 

Are there any sayings like this in the West?

I lived in China and I gotta tell you it really puts things in perspective. I called it the land of a billion heartbreak stories.



As for Mao, I read all those books too and the thing about him was that his ego was so great that there wasn't anything that couldn't be sacrificed at its altar. 

The cultural revolution (1965 - 1975) was nothing more that a strategy to topple those who opposed Mao after the disastrous mass starvations of the Great Leap Forward.

So numerous were those against Mao (hardly surprising given that pretty much the whole nation had starved) that the only thing he could do to remain in power was to bring down every level of leadership apart from himself and the army: politicians, teachers, doctors, everyone. 

And he did this with children, aka the red brigades. Ten years of anarchy and chaos, not to mention bloodshed, simply so that he could remain untouched. It ended only with his death by old age.

It should also be mentioned that within the cultural revolution one of the most powerful people in it was Mao's ex-movie star wife Jiang Qing. She was put in charge of the 'culture' part of things. Culture of course was just a stalking horse, a misrepresented means to an end. 

But either way, I'd say she was up to her armpits (along with Mao's Beria, Chen Boda) in organising the nationwide talent quests for dancing girls, the winners of which were brought to Beijing to perform for Mao. They of course were all fodder for his lusts.

Knowing what I know now, my question would be: Was the Western banking death cult in amongst this? 

Crucially we could also ask the question: Were the Chinese ever given to blood sacrafice? 

And whilst we'll never get an answer the question of what role was played by the three Jews who astoundingly were members of the Chinese politburo?

You've mentioned them before but there's precious little about them on the net, almost nothing. 

I never did find out what Polish-born Chen Bidi's original name was.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well here's a big topic. Hullo Aang.

You know that all of this is nothing new in China, yeah? Right this minute I'm reading Pu Songling's Tales of a Chinese Studio which is ostensibly a collection of Chinese ghost stories but is actually a series of allegories. It was written in the 17th century. Lately it's been used as the basis for the films Painted Skin and The Mural. Anyway, a constant repetition in the stories is that whenever the hero meets the idealised object-of-desire she is inevitably fifteen. Much older than this and women are vaguely viewed as past it (kind of thing). Twenty is right out.

This young age is viewed as absolutely unremarkable. As is the selling of children, usually during times of hardship. When I say hardship, there's Westerner's hardship and there's Chinese hardship with the latter making the former look like a holiday.

Anyone who wants to say 'yeah, but...' go see a film from last year called Back To 1942. What a horror show. Everyone dies with the children being sold considered the lucky ones. The film is properly epic, was huge in china, and guaranteed to leave you shattered.

And then there's the book you mention Hungry Ghosts by Jasper Becker. I've read it. It's unbelievable - a complete nightmare. It's all about the famines of 1959-1961 otherwise known as The Great Leap Forward. In the book Becker tells of an old expression "Swap your children so you may live" (or something like that). What this means is that no matter how starving a family is no one can bring themselves to eat their own children so instead they would swap their child with that of another family and each eat each others. Are there any sayings like this in the West?

I lived in China and I gotta tell you it really puts things in perspective. I called it the land of a billion heartbreak stories.

As for Mao, I read all those books too and the thing about him was that his ego was so great that there wasn't anything that couldn't be sacrificed at its altar. The cultural revolution (1965 - 1975) was nothing more that a strategy to topple those who opposed Mao after the disastrous mass starvations of the Great Leap Forward.

So numerous were those against Mao (hardly surprising given that pretty much the whole nation had starved) that the only thing he could do to remain in power was to bring down every level of leadership apart from himself and the army: politicians, teachers, doctors, everyone. And he did this with children, aka the red brigades. Ten years of anarchy and chaos, not to mention bloodshed, simply so that he could remain untouched. It ended only with his death by old age.

It should also be mentioned that within the cultural revolution one of the most powerful people in it was Mao's ex-movie star wife Jiang Qing. She was put in charge of the 'culture' part of things. Culture of course was just a stalking horse, a misrepresented means to an end. But either way, I'd say she was up to her armpits (along with Mao's Beria, Chen Boda) in organising the nationwide talent quests for dancing girls, the winners of which were brought to Beijing to perform for Mao. They of course were all fodder for his lusts.

Knowing what I know now, my question would be: Was the Western banking death cult in amongst this? Crucially we could also ask the question: Were the Chinese ever given to blood sacrafice? And whilst we'll never get an answer the question of what role was played by the three Jews who astoundingly were members of the Chinese politburo? You've mentioned them before but there's precious little about them on the net, almost nothing. I never did find out what Polish-born Chen Bidi's original name was.

Anyway, best etc. etc.

Anonymous said...

Would it be too much to ask Madsen to throw in a citation or two? I mean not a single link or citation substantiating any of his content??

It's not that I doubt the veracity of (most of) his articles, but to omit the names of all of his sources leads ones bullshit detector to activate.

"According to a report in a widely read publication certain well-known persons are said to have engaged in blah blah blah..." -fucking show me some facts or shut up.

Anonymous said...

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/china/10235167/The-doctor-and-Chinas-evil-baby-trade.html

So the trafficking may well at some point interface with the global child trafficking perpetuated by TPTB?

Anonymous said...

Consider the following telephone conversation, recorded by the U.S. FBI. The dialogue is monstrous, but in dealing with Satanists we are dealing with a foul subject-matter.

The person asking the questions is a Trieste industrialist, named Sandro Moncini, visiting the U.S.A. at the time this recording was made. On Oct. 8, 1988, Moncini was sentenced to a year in prison on a charge of importing pornographic material. The following recording was not introduced in evidence in that trial. Just recently, the same Moncini was released on "good behavior," returning, a freed man, to Italy, to continue doing as he pleased.

The subject of Moncini's questioning in the following is a ten-year-old Mexican girl.

Q: (Moncini) What can I do to this little animal?
A: Everything.
Q: Can I chain her?
A: Sure.
Q: Whip her?
A: Yes.
Q: Can I make her eat shit?
A: I don't know.
Q: Can I piss in her mouth?
A: I think so.
Q: Also stick nails in her nipples?
A: Yes.
Q: And if the little animal gets broken or hurt?
A: Just make the traces and the body disappear.
Q: What will it cost me?
A. $5,000.

It is to that mentality that Satanism appeals. More important, that is the kind of personality which Satanist indoctrination and rituals produce in the initiate who became involved in the cult merely, initially, out of a sense of naughty playfulness.

That is what proliferates, if we continue to permit Satanist cults such as Wicca and OTO to recruit a mass-based movement in our society.

 
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