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Note: There is legitimate concern in China, for the Spoke-person for the CPPCC
to sound the following warnings or atlerts:
Updated: 2011-03-02 16:16
China should be cautious about "Internet mercenaries", a group of people posting comments online to
manipulate public opinion, Zhao Qizheng, spokesman for the annual session of the National Committee
of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), said here Wednesday.
China should be cautious about "Internet mercenaries", a group of
people posting comments online to manipulate public opinion.
Some of them, backed by institutions for certain purposes, disguise
them as ordinary netizens and post comments in order to affect and
divert public opinion, or even disturb government policy-making.
It needs attention and alert from the government, and China lacks
legislation in this regard.
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“Jasmine Revolution”: “Color Revolution” as US-made “Regime Change” Strategy
US brought the so-called “Jasmine Revolution” to China on February 20, which, as briefly mentioned before in this article, they successfully culminated in Tunisia last month (and also in Egypt, too).
Out of a US-based Chinese website, a message was sent out to countless number of Chinese
youths through their cellphones and emails. The message specifically called and instigated them to
shout “democratization” slogans throughout China. In Beijing, the Capitol City of China, it directed and
mobilized people to go to the heart of the city, the place called Wangfujing, the most well-known tourist
place where the heaviest crowds come and go all the time. And then, as US did in June 1989 during the
US-instigated, -mobilized, -planned, -manned, -funded, coordinated, and -organized pseudo uprising in
Tianmen Square, the present US Ambassador to China Jon Huntsman was also there present at
MacDonald where people were told to go and join the crowd on Feb. 20.
(The present US Ambassador to China Jon Huntsman who put sunglass on his face, probably not wanting
to be recognized, was physically present at the Beijing site for US-made so-called “Jasmine Revolution”
which called for “democratization” of China on Feb. 20, 2011.)
It was exactly the case when the then US Ambassador to China James Lily, former CIA agent for 30 years,
in June, 1989, “was present at the Square nearby hotel” from which he “was clandestinely involved,”
together with the so-called “human rights and nonviolent demonstration specialists people like Gene Sharp
from the Boston-based Albert Einstein Institute in US, with the so-called "Chinese people’s uprising for
democratization of China.”