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Apology to China April 11, 2001

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American Companies in China

Sat Apr 7 21:41:26 2001


Wakeup America and face the facts: We fought and defeated the Nazis and the
Japanese in the epic war of all time. Then we fought the Soviets in the Cold War. And
we prevailed in those battles for over 40 years of difficult times at home and around the
world. But we won.

Now the big enemy of the United States is Red China. The sooner we admit it and
prepare for it the better. All the fancy talk about how much we "want to work together"
by engaging communist China in trade is suicidal. The Red Chinese aim to destroy us.

We Must STOP Financing Our Own Destruction

It is Time to Use Our Economic Voting Power to Short Circuit the Political Power of
Washington's Pro-Trade with China Politicians

It is Simple, Don't Buy Anything Made in Red China!
Aside from the Red China's military threat against the United States, take into account Red China's
brutal Human rights abuses, religious persecution, forced abortions, selling of body organs of
prisoners, and the assault on Taiwan and Tibet etc. etc.

China is planning war against the United States.
Read what its leaders are saying. "Seen from the changes in the world situation and the United States' hegemonic strategy for creating monopolarity, war is inevitable...We cannot avoid it. The issue is that the Chinese armed forces must control the initiative in this war....We must be prepared to fight for one year, two years, three years or even longer." Chi Haotian, Chinese Defense Minister, Cheng Ming, Hong Kong's newspaper, January 11, 2000  And what they have been taught; Mao Tse-tung founded the People's Republic of China in 1949. He was one of the founders of the Chinese Communist regarded, along with Karl Marx and V. I. Lenin, as one of the three great theorists of Marxian communism.

Quotations from Mao Tse-tung, founder of Red China;
" Every Communist must grasp the truth, ‘Political power grows out of the barrel of a gun.'"

". . . When politics develops to a certain stage beyond which it cannot proceed by the usual means, war breaks out to sweep the obstacles from the way.... When the obstacle is removed and our political aim attained the war will stop. But if the obstacle is not completely swept away, the war will have to continue till the aim is fully accomplished.... It can therefore be said that politics is war without bloodshed while war is politics with bloodshed. ". . . The seizure of power by armed force, the settlement of the issue by war, is the central task and the highest form of revolution. This Marxist-Leninist principle of revolution holds good universally, for China and for all other countries."

"I have said that all the reputedly powerful reactionaries are merely paper tigers. The reason is that they are divorced from the people. Look! Was not Hitler a paper tiger? Was Hitler not overthrown? I also said that the tsar of Russia, the emperor of China and Japanese imperialism were all paper tigers. As we know, they were all overthrown. U.S. imperialism has not yet been overthrown and it has the atom bomb. I believe it also will be overthrown. It, too, is a paper tiger."

China's War Plan
The People's Republic of China is actively planning a military invasion of Taiwan and is preparing to wage war against the United States " including firing its small arsenal of strategic nuclear missiles on the territory of the United States " if Washington attempts to defend the island. In an internal document from the Chinese Communist Party's Central Military Commission to all its regional commanders, Beijing says it hopes to absorb Taiwan through nonviolent means but warns of an "increased possibility for a military solution, arguing: "It is better to fight now than [in the] future " the earlier, the better.

In the document, "China Prepares for War", Beijing envisions a blitzkrieg-like attack on Taiwan, launching a "first fatal strike so that" the Taiwan forces have no way to organize effective resistance. Under this plan, "we will be able to control Taiwan before the U.S. intervention and then concentrate our forces to fight the U.S.  Beijing anticipates that the United States will not be able to maintain its forces in combat against China for an extended period. The document reasons that the conflict will not escalate into a nuclear missile exchange, because the U.S. will lose its will to fight and withdraw after suffering serious casualties, while the Chinese side will be able to absorb heavy casualties and prevail.

"Our principle is willing to sustain major losses of our armed forces to defend even just one square inch of land" the document says. "If the U.S. forces lose thousands or hundreds of men under our powerful strikes, the anti-war sentiment within their country will force the U.S. government to take the same path as they did in Vietnam.

The one element that China needs to start and finish a war is money. Even the threat of a trade halt with China will take away from its war resources. Hit them hard where they cannot respond and
where it hurts the most, in their wallet. Don't buy if it is made in Red China..

According to John Berlau (Investor's Business Daily, 1/4/00, p. 1), "Of all the global business mergers and alliances, none is likely to have more impact -- or create more controversy -- than the new alliance between the Nasdaq stock market and the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong. "The Nasdaq and Hong Kong's exchange plan to have dual listings on each other's markets. Seven American companies, including Microsoft Corp., Cisco Systems Inc. and Dell Computer Corp., are expected to list in Hong Kong in February. ..."

How the Hard-Driving G.O.P. Gave Clinton a Trade Victory
(Tom DeLay, Colin Powell, Gov. George Bush)
The New York Times
B>May 26, 2000
". . . When Representative Tom DeLay came to work on Wednesday, he was still a vote or two shy of the bare-minimum 150 Republicans he needed to help push the China trade bill over the top. Mr. DeLay, the Republican whip, had lined up lots of help.

Gov. George W. Bush of Texas was recruited to cajole several wavering Republicans. So was Gen. Colin L. Powell. Dozens of pro-grade lobbyists and corporate chieftains fanned out on Capitol Hill to buttonhole the last dozen or so undeclared members for what both camps predicted would be a nail-biter.

"Over the next crucial hours, those calls and an array of other influences paid off, as virtually every undeclared Republican, and even a few others who had been written off, broke Mr. DeLay's way. In all, 164 Republicans joined 73 Democrats [who] voted to grant China permanent normal trading status, wiping out economic restrictions rooted in cold-war policy for a quarter century. ..."

Big Bucks-Big Names For Trade With Red China
From The Washington Times
By George Archibald
". . . Old hands hold hands with Beijing on trade policy Big bucks and big names are proving to be corporate America's weapons of choice in a heightened lobbying push to head off any U.S. retaliation for China's reported involvement in the unfolding political fund-raising scandal.

Henry A. Kissinger, secretary of state in the Nixon and Ford administrations and longtime adviser to major American businesses in China, is a key adviser to corporate leaders of a lobbying campaign announced last week by more than 1,000 top companies seeking expanded U.S.-China trade relations.

Alexander M. Haig Jr., former secretary of state under President Reagan, also is advising both American companies and the Chinese government's maritime shipping company in the campaign.

The Cox Report
On May 25, 1999, the House Select Committee on U.S. National Security and Military/Commercial Concerns With the People's Republic of China issued the declassified version of its report (the Cox Report) on China's acquisition of U.S. technology in a number of sensitive areas, including nuclear weapons, high-performance computers, and missile and space systems. The committee's full report, which was classified Top Secret when it was issued on January 3, 1999 (and which remains classified) was unanimously approved by the panel's five Republicans and four Democrats.

The elaborately presented three-volume declassified COX REPORT, which comprises nearly 900 pages, contains extensive background information, a detailed review of China's acquisition efforts, the principal cases of alleged technology transfer, the committee's assessment of the impact of these transfers, and 38 recommendations for the president and the Congress on how to deal with the situation.

From the Mindszenty Report  
August 1997
The China lobby is among the most sophisticated in Washington. Those who help advance China's interest include former Secretaries of State Henry Kissinger, George Schultz, Alexander Haig, Lawrence Eagleburger and Cyrus Vance -- each of whom has earned tens of thousands of dollars from U.S. businesses doing business in China.

For the record, The Knight-Ridder newspaper chain's Washington bureau -- with information provided by the Federal Elections Commission -- provides the following which it calls: "The China Lobby in the U.S.":

"Firms belonging to the U.S.-China Business Council contributed more than $55 million to political campaigns in 1995 and 1996, making them an important lobby for favorable U.S. policies toward China."

Top five overall contributors were: Phillip Morris, AT&T, Federal Express, BellSouth and Atlantic Richfield. And breaking it down to specific business categories: Communications -- GTE, AT&T, Ameritech, BellSouth, SBC Comm., Inc.; Aerospace -- Lockheed Martin, Textron, Inc., Northrop Grum., United Tech., Boeing Co.; Food/beverage -- Jos. E. Seagram, Coca-Cola Co., PepsiCo, Inc., McDonald's, Anheuser-Busch; Energy -- Atlantic Richfield, Chevron, Tenneco, Inc., Exxon Corp., Amoco Corp.; Pharmaceuticals -- Eli Lilly & Co., Pfizer, Inc., Bristol-Myers Sq., Abbott Labs., Amgen, Inc.; Banking/financial services -- Arthur Andersen, Morgan Stanley, Price Waterhouse, Coopers Lybrand, American Express; Consumer Goods -- Windmere Corp., Limited, Inc., Amway Corp., Procter & Gamble, General Electric.

In addition to the big money, U.S.-China Business Council, a whole web of interconnected and funded coalitions also played a role in lobbying Congress on behalf of Beijing. Such as: the Emergency Committee for American Trade, the U.S.-China Education Fund and the Business Coalition for U.S.-China Trade.

One of their standard arguments, of course, is "free trade is good for both U.S. and China" which sounds logical. In fact, however, Communist China does not allow foreign-owned industry to sell goods to the Chinese people. Beijing imports raw materials only to manufacture goods for re-export -- to the United States and other free world countries.

As The New York Times noted (June 25, 1997): "lobbying effort operated on the retail level too. One retailer warned that 'Tickle Me Elmo' dolls would soar in price if higher tariffs were imposed on Chinese goods." This caused at least one Administration advisor to cringe: "it makes it sound like we should decide China policy at Toys 'R' Us."

Nonetheless, as U.S.-China trade expert Harry Wu, a former prisoner in the Chinese gulag, notes: retail clothing with Arnold Palmer, Playboy and Garfield labels are typical of some of the merchandise coming to the U.S. from China produced in a prison in Guangdong Province. Other slave labor products, he adds, are sold by such companies as Officemate and Chrysler, which has its own joint-venture project the Beijing Jeep Corp./Beijing Auto Works. Kmart Co., with headquarters in Troy, MI, says Wu, sells a variety of toys and other merchandise made in slave labor prisons operated by China's army.

"In America," writes A.M. Rosenthal -- former editor of The New York Times -- "the China trade lobby was Beijing's instrument of pressure, persuading [President] Clinton to kill human rights as part of U.S. policy. From that, all else flowed. China and other dictatorships have shown throughout modem history that they can expand economically without expanding liberty -- as long as the democracies are so submissively ready to transfer their capital and technology to them."

The "chatter that investors will want China to be more 'liberal' about human freedoms" is so much bunk, says Times' Rosenthal, based on "the muddy-minded assumption that investors in China care about anything except profits." To which Democratic Rep. Marcy Kaptur of Ohio adds a potential bumper-sticker zinger if there ever was one: "Freedom should mean more than selling

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U.S. accuses China of religious persecution

July 22, 1997

In this story:

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The United States on Tuesday accused China of religious persecution with beatings and raids on private homes to "suppress unauthorized religious groups."

There was no immediate response from Beijing.

The accusation came in a State Department report ordered by Congress that focuses on religious freedom in 78 countries.

China crackdown

In the section on China, the communist country was cited for sharply restricting religious freedom in violation of a constitutional guarantee that Chinese citizens "enjoy freedom of religious belief."

"Nonetheless," the report said, "the government of China has sought to restrict all actual religious practice to government-authorized religious organizations and registered places of worship."

It said Chinese authorities have cracked down on Christian movements that do not register with the government, have closed hundreds of "house churches" and have detained religious practitioners.

According to the report, four Catholic bishops are among many Christians currently in prison.

While the report focuses on Christians, as mandated by Congress, it also criticizes China for its treatment of Tibetan Buddhists.

Russian restrictions

It also notes that the Clinton administration has encouraged Russian President Boris Yeltsin to veto pending legislation that would restrict religious freedom there for the first time since the collapse of the Soviet Union six years ago.

The measure would require some faiths to register with the government and would force them to wait up to 15 years before gaining full legal status in Russia.

Exempted from the law are the four so-called major Russian faiths: Russian Orthodoxy, Judaism, Islam and Buddhism.

Iran, Israel, Singapore, Saudi Arabia cited

In Iran, government repression of evangelical Christians increased last year and four Bahais were sentenced to death for apostasy, the report said.

Jehovah's Witnesses have been attacked in Israel and in Singapore, according to the report.

Freedom of religion does not exist in Saudi Arabia, where the government prohibits the practice of all religions except Islam. U.S. officials have regularly protested that nation's religious policy.

Correspondent Steve Hurst and Reuters contributed to this report.

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Gun groups call for AOL boycott

Protest in response to firing of three workers in Ogden parking lot
Monday, January 08, 2001
Standard-Examiner staff

OGDEN -- At least two gun owners' organizations are calling for a
boycott of America Online over the company's firing of three employees
for having guns in their vehicles parked at Ogden's AOL call center.
The three, Luke Hansen, Paul Carlson and Jason Melling, sued AOL for
wrongful termination after the company dismissed them in September for
violating a company policy, which bans guns in the workplace.
  Two of the men were off-duty and the third was on a two-hour approved
break when they met in the parking lot of the call center at 2261 Grant
Ave. and transferred guns to Hansen's car, planning to go target
shooting later.
  The case will likely become a historic fight over a company's ability
to restrict its employees' rights to bear arms, according to their
attorney, Jimmy "Mitch" Vilos.
  The issues in the case have not been dealt with in any state before,
Vilos said. The Salt Lake attorney is considered a gun-rights expert and
is the author of the book "Utah Gun Law: The Good, the Bad and the

  The Utah Gun Owners Alliance, a gun-rights organization, has been
calling for the boycott for several months, chiefly over the
organization's Web site.

A national organization,, has also joined the fray,
while AOL reports feeling no effect of a boycott.

  The company instead reports enjoying a record-setting one-day
registration Christmas Day of 70,000 new subscribers.

  Sarah Thompson, a medical doctor and director of the Utah alliance,
has asked those visiting the site,, to specifically contact
the human resources director, Mace Molen, at the Ogden call center and
AOL's member support number.
  "Be polite," she urges, "Your goal is to explain why AOL's actions are
wrong, or why you will no longer do business with AOL, but not to
personally attack anyone."
  Thompson said Friday that she has no way to gage yet whether the
boycott has taken off, although she heard Molen has turned off his
  "I've heard from several people who cancelled their AOL accounts," she
said. "But there are still a lot of, too many, gun owners using AOL's
  She said her group's membership so far consists of about a thousand
readers, but few paid members, although a membership drive is gearing up
this month.

Calls to Molen and the call center were referred to AOL's national
spokesman, Nicholas Graham, in Virginia.
  "There are hundreds of thousands of dot-com organizations lobbying for
some kind of cause that pop up each day and disappear just as quickly,"
Graham said.
  "We've received e-mails on each side of this particular issue, and
frankly many have been very supportive and very understanding.
  "This legal case will not be resolved by special-interest groups. This
is a matter to be resolved in a court of law. We feel very confident
about our case. It's not about gun ownership. It's about employment law
and workplace safety."

  But Thompson said she felt AOL would push another issue.
  "They want to force the issue of illegal, politically correct, gun
bans," she said.                   "Fortunately for gun owners
everywhere, Luke Hansen, Jason Melling and Paul Carlson are not going to
take this lying down."

  Thompson and Vilos claim Internet articles and other communications
indicate that AOL blocks, filters and censures communications relating
to firearms and prohibits users from advertising the sale of guns or
ammunition, treating them as pornography.
  Graham said AOL "respects members' rights to voice their opinions. It
is a service made for that." Other than parental controls provided by
AOL and other Internet service providers "the World Wide Web is an open
marketplace of ideas."

You can reach reporter Tim Gurrister at 625-4238 or

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