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China's Execution, Inc.
The People's Republic [PRC]Has Long Been Suspected of Selling Organs From Prisoners. Now One New York Doctor Knows the Rumors Are True.
by Erik Baard and Rebecca Cooney

Three years ago, Dr. Thomas Diflo's moral nightmare walked into his examination room: a patient freshly implanted with a kidney bought from China's death row, where prisoners are killed"sometimes for minor offenses"and their organs harvested.

Rohrabacher Slams U.S. Aid to China
by Rep. Dana Rohrabacher - Thursday, April 26, 2001
E-mail: (Rep. Dana Rohrabacher)

Editor's note: This is the text of a speech on the House floor by U.S. Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, R-Calif., Tuesday night.

Mr. Speaker, one month ago, the Communist regime that controls the mainland of China attacked an American surveillance aircraft while it was in international waters. After being knocked out of the sky, 24 American military personnel, the crew of the surveillance craft, were held hostage for nearly 2 weeks. The Communist Chinese blamed us and would not return the crew until the United States was humiliated before the world.

Wake up, America. What is going on here? Large financial interests in our country whose only goal is exploiting the cheap, near-slave labor of China have been leading our country down the path to catastrophe. How much more proof do we need that the so-called engagement theory is a total failure?

North-East Asian NATO looms
ARE we heading for a North-East Asian NATO and a Cold War?
By Greg Sheridan - 28Apr01
Australia's major Daily Newspaper, The Daily Telegraph

This week North-East Asia began to reshape itself significantly along lines envisaged by the Bush administration's declared strategic policy.

First, US President George W. Bush agreed to sell a big package of weapons to Taiwan. Then he made it clear the US would defend Taiwan militarily.

In doing so, Bush said the US would do "whatever it takes" to help Taiwan defend itself. This has been wildly over-written as a change in US policy, an end to the fabled strategic ambiguity about a US response.

Letter to Australia's Daily Telegraph Editor
By Troy Geri

Unfortunately Dan Rather Was Right
By Jeffrey A. Baker - Tampa, Florida

Piracy Over the South China Sea
by William Norman Grigg

Americans are rightly concerned about Communist China's brazen capture of a U.S. military aircraft, but where is the outrage over Chinese encroachments in the Western Hemisphere?

By: Barbara Stanley

"This Easter, my family gathered at our cousin's place up on the mountain, next to the Delaware River in upstate New York. The women all made different desserts and my cousin made quite the incredible meal. As we sat down at a long table, the blessing was said and we ate, drank, laughed and in general, had a very good time. . . . "

China: Aiding And Abetting The Enemy
By Tom DeWeese and Peyton Knight

"Americans should not be surprised by Communist China's recent actions, but too many are being taken in by the apologists who exist today just as they did during the rise of Nazi Germany. . . . "

US, China - Why the game is really just starting - 16 April 2001

Military and diplomatic officials from the United States and China will meet April 18 to discuss the future of the US EP-3E eavesdropping plane that remains on Hainan Island. Officials have agreed to discuss ways to avoid such incidents and to discuss Chinese demands that the United States refrain from surveillance missions along the coast.

Facing the Dragon - April 12, 2001
James L. Hirsen, J.D., Ph.D.
contributor to

"When an individual communicates an apology to another, he or she merely affects the human relationship. But when a nation, as part of international diplomacy, requests forgiveness, it acknowledges wrongdoing and sets off a series of ripples that fan out unhesitatingly into the future. The far-reaching effect is induced because the international public policy of a nation carries with it a powerful force called precedent. . . ."

Consumers Urge Boycott of Chinese Goods
Thursday, April 12, 2001

Retailers all over the U.S. are receiving thousands of calls and e-mails from consumers urging a boycott on Chinese-made goods. According to the New York Times, complaints have been pouring into K mart headquarters in Troy, Mich., urging the company to stop buying fishing rods, T-shirts, shoes, electronics and other products from China. Concerns are rising because many customers are annoyed that so many products have "made in China" labels when Beijing held 24 American service members for 11 days.

Chinese feel betrayed by 'double meanings'
By David Rennie in Haikou

"US spy plane crew fly out of China ON the hot, rainy streets of Haikou last night, near the military guesthouse where the 24 crew of the American spy plane were spending their last night in China, the people smelled a rat. . . . "

US 'Apology' Letter to China

Text of letter released by the White House from
US Ambassador Joseph W. Prueher to Chinese Minister of Foreign Affairs Tang.
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A Legal Look at China's Sorry Demand - April 5, 2001
James L. Hirsen, J.D., Ph.D.

"Remember when the former president asked the House of Representatives to apologize for his impeachment? Apparently you can learn a lot from a seasoned American politician. When in the wrong, arrogantly demand an apology for yourself. . ."

Background to Treason - The Selling out of China - April 7, 2001
Chuck Morse

"Mankind, to the left, is on an inevitable march toward the victory of communism, socialism, or whatever sobriquet is in vogue to describe the totalitarian faith. Those who, on the other hand, understand freedom, see men of free will making choices and taking actions that can affect the nature of society for better or worse. Individual responsibility as opposed to amoral inevitability. Adolf Hitler reflected the belief in inevitability when, as the blitzkrieg raged through France, he was reported to have said that he felt like a "sleepwalker" moving across Europe. There was no personal responsibility, only this strange belief in an irresistible force of history. . . ."

China Breaks - April 08, 2001
by Diane Alden
April 6, 2001

"The modern explosive history of China and Taiwan began after World War II. By 1949 the Communists under Mao Tse-tung had crushed all political opposition through terror, intimidation and slaughter. The Nationalist party with a million followers, led by Chiang Kai-shek, fled to Formosa, now known as Taiwan. Many Chinese escaped to Hong Kong, various Pacific Rim countries and the United States. . . ."

China: America Sells Out
Patrick Rooney
Exclusive Commentary

No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon.
Matthew 6:24

"Question: Say your neighbor calls you up one day and says he's going to pick your kid off with a sniper rifle the next time your kid walks out the front door. Would you then be interested in picking up a few items at his garage sale this coming Saturday morning? Probably not. But doesn't this pretty much sum up our relationship with the Communist Chinese? To refresh the memory - remember when they threatened to turn Los Angeles into a parking lot -- or were they just kidding? . . ."

US Ambassador To China Helped Communists Modernize The PLA
By Rick Wiles - 4-10-1
© American Freedom News

"While millions of Americans await the fate of 24 American military men and
women being held as hostages by the Red Chinese, many people inside the
Pentagon and intelligence agencies are nervously contemplating the
catastrophic loss of America's top-secret spy plane to the communists. . . ."

Beijing's dangerous intentions
WorldNetDaily - SUNDAY APRIL 8 2001
Geoff Metcalf interviews China expert Steven W. Mosher

China Crisis - Letter Site
From: "Dr. Jeffrey A. Baker" <>
Date: Mon, 09 Apr 2001 10:20:00 -0400
Subject: China Crisis - Letter Site

To All:

It is imperative that we let our leaders know that we will not sit idly by and allow them to capitulate to the Communist Chinese. We MUST express our displeasure with the situation and demand action before this incident becomes a Iranian hostage crisis. The site listed below has a form for sending a letter to the Chinese, the President, and Congress. It is free - no log ins. Sample letters are provided as well as an article and links to other stories about this crisis.

Jeff Baker

The U.S.-China Impasse: Who You Gonna Call?
By Timothy Noah
Posted Monday, April 9, 2001, at 1:51 p.m. PT

"The United States needs to deceive the Chinese into thinking it is genuinely sorry that its EP-3 spy plane was snooping on China from what was apparently international airspace. At first, Chatterbox hoped that the situation could be resolved the way journalists typically pacify irate but in-the-wrong people they've written about: that is, with a pseudoapology. To help Dubya out, Chatterbox quizzed various journalists* about their preferred techniques for soothing screamers without giving an inch. (The most entertaining of these was William F. Buckley's "Quod licet Jovi, non licet bovi," which manages to sound inscrutable and wise but is actually dismissive to the point of insult. It means, "What is permitted to Jove is not permitted to swine." . . . .

* Diplomacy Tips From the Fourth Estate
By Timothy Noah
Posted Thursday, April 5, 2001, at 3:56 p.m. PT

"The United States and China are at an impasse. The Chinese want us to say we're sorry that we had a surveillance plane snooping on them from what appears to have been international air space and that we're sorry our plane collided with one of theirs, killing a Chinese pilot, even though there's some evidence that the collision was actually the Chinese pilot's fault. We don't want to say we're sorry, not only because the U.S. doesn't appear to be at fault but also because it might set a bad precedent for future incidents. . . ."

Could US spy plane advance China's naval capabilities
DSD - 9 April 2001

"China's acquisition of a US Navy EP-3E surveillance plane could help Beijing develop a more modern military, capable of projecting force in Asia. With a successful reverse engineering effort, the plane could provide Beijing clues on how to advance its naval capabilities, the key thrust of its modernisation, without the knowledge of Western intelligence. . . ."

Spy photos show Beijing set for underground test
Washington Times - April 9, 2001
By Bill Gertz

"China is preparing to conduct a small, underground nuclear test in the midst of a standoff with the United States over the detention of 24 American military personnel, The Washington Times has learned.

U.S. intelligence officials said the EP-3E surveillance aircraft that collided with a Chinese interceptor jet April 1 was gathering electronic intelligence related to the impending test, along with other intelligence targets. . . ."

Chinese Spy Ships Breach Japanese and Philippine Waters - April 09, 2001
by Charles R. Smith
Monday, April 9, 2001

"China insists that from now on U.S. aircraft should no longer fly in international airspace. Inside the U.S. press, Beijing's puppets pick up on this message and exclaim that the United States would be upset if China flew such "spy flights" off American coastlines. . . ."

The China Syndrome II - April 09, 2001
by Christopher Ruddy

" The current EP-3 incident should not be treated as some bump in the road as the media are playing the story but as a precursor of things to come. " --Christopher Ruddy . . . .

Lockheed built surveillance system for PRC
WorldNetDaily - APRIL 9, 2001
By Terence P. Jeffrey
© 2001

"Lockheed Martin, which received more U.S. tax dollars last year than any other U.S. defense contractor, has built a naval surveillance system for the People's Republic of China on Hainan Island -- coincidentally the same location where a Lockheed-built EP-3E surveillance plane was forced to land last week after being bumped by a Chinese fighter jet. . . ."

Wars and Rumors of Wars
Beijing-Moscow military alliance grows
July to bring historic treaty between Putin, Jiang
WorldNetDaily Exclusive- APRIL 7 2001
By Toby Westerman
© 2001

"In July 2001, Chinese President Jiang Zemin and Russian President Vladimir Putin are planning to sign a new treaty of "friendship, cooperation, and neighborhood," according to official Russian sources. . . ."

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