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After attempting to post part 2 as “Why China Caused the Covid-19 Pandemic” and it was removed from facebook, I took this excerpt on China’s atrocities, which is roughly the first half of what got pulled, and posted it on Saturday morning May 23. This post has remained in place ever since, but I suspect it’s not appearing in as many friend’s news feeds, thereby not getting the same distribution as my non-political posts.
I did not re-title it when posting, but Now I’m calling Part 2
China’s Atrocities and Crimes Against Humanity
Here’s the post to Bill Carico’s FB page on May 23 that has become Part 2 of the report.:
For Memorial day this year, remember the five million people who died in the Korean war, half of whom were Korean civilians. Forty thousand American soldiers died and about 100,000 ,more were wounded. Did you know that war almost ended in 3 months, but then the newly formed People’s Republic of China (PRC) got involved and prolonged the war several more years.
The PRC had just been formed in 1949 when the Korean War began in June of 1950. By October the end was in sight, but that's when PRC troops invaded Korea attacking the U.S. and its allies. This act prolonged the war almost 3 more years, until 7/27/1953.
So I want the world to remember communist China’s first major political decision as a new country was to attack the US and its allies in Korea.
> 150 Billionaires
the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has been in sole control of the government of all the mainland provinces ever since its founding in 1949. As of this year the CCP’s rubber-stamp
Parliament is made up of several thousand members, and more than 150 members are billionaires.
The wealthiest Parliamentarian, Pony Ma, is also the richest man in China with a net worth of $47 billion. He is the founder of Tencent, which owns WeChat, a social media mobile app used by the masses. At different points in time, Tencent, the largest game company in the world, has exceeded Facebook's stock market valuation and a few years ago became the first Asian company whose valuation exceeded $500 billion.
World IP Theft Leader
As an IT professional and a cyber-security specialist, I have known that for decades communist China has been a world-leader in illegal activities, including software piracy and theft of Intellectual Property (IP). Before the pandemic, I had been researching China off and on over the last two years while developing an online training curriculum for job seekers to get well-paying positions in IT. This undertaking has not only provided insights into China's technological prowess, but into their history, culture, geopolitical strategy and tactics, as well.
Regarding IP theft, China is not the only bad actor on the world stage when it comes to industrial espionage or maliciously hacking computers. Many moons ago, the late Dr. Gene Amdahl told me how he caught a foreign competitor stealing chip design details from his firm.
A March 1, 2019 article by CNBC journalist Eric Rosenbaum revealed how theft of intellectual property is a major point of contention between the Trump administration and the Chinese government. Just under one-third of CFOs of North America-based companies on the CNBC Global CFO Council say Chinese firms have stolen from them at some point during the past decade. The members of this council include Chief Financial Officers from over 130 companies including AT&T, IBM, Facebook, Marriott, Merck, Metlife, Delta Airlines Japan Airlines, Wells Fargo, retailers, and many other industries. This list was updated April 2020 so we know that approximately 40 of these companies were victims of Chinese theft.
Possibly the Worst Crime Against Humanity
China's current crime against humanity, intentionally attacking every country in the world by creating the Covid-19 pandemic is horrific. But have you ever heard of the great Chinese Famine that occurred under the CCP from 1959 to 1961?
Historians can only guess, but estimates are that somewhere between 15 and 40 million Chinese people starved to death.
In 2008, journalist Yang Jisheng, a long time and loyal member of the CCP, wrote extensively about the famine. Here is an excerpt from his writings about starving people, where he tells about residents of Xinyang who were...
"...at the doors of the grain warehouses. As they died, they shouted, "Communist Party, Chairman Mao, save us". Yang claims if the granaries of Henan and Hebei provinces had been opened, no one would have died from starvation. As people were dying in large numbers around them, officials refused to save them because they were more concerned with fulfilling the delivery of grain."
The magnitude of this avoidable famine is arguably the largest crime against humanity ever committed.
Another well-documented ongoing CCP atrocity began in 1979 by enforcing birth limits of one or two children on Chinese families. To ensure compliance, violators are forced to have abortions, are sterilized and/or pay huge fines.
Search online for "china 30 million bachelors" and read about the imbalance the policy has created.
Political Dissent Control
Communist China leads the world in political dissenters disappearing or being imprisoned with long sentences. One of the better known victims was political prisoner Liu Xiabo, who was a Nobel Peace Prize
winner who died after serving eight years in prison. The CCP punished him for committing thought crimes and publicly criticizing CCP leadership.
It is important we know who China is and what they are capable of. Let's see if FB content police sensor this. Please share.
To request a free copy of my full research documents on China please contact me - Bill Carico, 434-426-2287 firstname.lastname@example.org
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