Friday, May 4, 2007

RCAB News Update: The Chinese Are Monitoring this Blog

Since I published on April 11 a post on Henry Gómez's peculiar belief that it is The Wall Street Journal, not the Chinese people, who object to Communism in China, I have received a numerous visits from various localities in China, culminating finally in page views from Beijing itself. I attribute this to the fact that I mentioned China's persecution of the Falun Gong religious society in my post. This is the red bell of all red bells for Chinese Communists, discomfitting them even more than the casual allusion to Tibet used to. I am sure that the Chinese monitor everybody who cites the Falun Gong or comes even close to spelling it correctly. The first views were from remote areas in China (e.g.: Taizhou, Jiangsu, Henan, Hainan). Eventually, however, the word was passed from prefecture to province to capital. Ordinary Chinese will not be able to access those pages because Google has created a special search engine for the Chinese which bypasses such unpleasantries, so the only ones who can view those pages are party officials working on behalf of the State.

But Henry, of course, believes in his infinite naïveté that China is some kind of model for Cuba's "liberalization" (Heaven help us!); and he continues, by the way, to show his disdain for our Chinese brothers in suffering, referring to them on the latest edition (#9) of the Babalú Radio Hour as "chinamen."


Fantomas said...

Just yesterday near my home a man was shot in the head inside his motorcycle business here in PR. When I asked a friend of mine if he knew something about the incident he quickly replied... the dead man had an outstanding debt with the chinese. They ordered his execution

Manuel A.Tellechea said...


In New York that is exactly what happens every day. The U.S. has not exported the free market much less democracy to the People's Republic, but China has transplanted in this country the vast criminal empire that really runs China and its Asian tributaries, under the orders, of course, of the Chinese Communist Party.