Andrew Rosenthal, that shadowy little Wicked Weasel of Oz
is pontificating about "human rights" and "democracy" in China again. The Anti-New York Times
dissects, translates and rebuts the latest bit of Luciferian libel from "The Editorial Board":
The Editorial Board: In recent weeks, more than 200 lawyers and associates
have been detained in what some call the most serious assault on lawyers in decades.
Analysis: Note the deceptive use of the term "in what
some call". In reality, the "some" amounts to that pathetic little weasel Andrew Rosenthal playing the role
of the mighty 'Wizard of Oz' from high atop the "Gray Lady" on 8th Avenue in Marxist Manhattan.
Be neither afraid nor impressed by all the smoke
and noise. It's only a pathetic little word-smith typing out lies from behind the curtain.
Rosenthal, The Editorial Board: While the government has accused the lawyers of exploiting legal cases to enrich themselves
and subverting the party...
This phrase pays 'Straw Man' lip service to the Chinese version of events. The other shoe is about to drop.
Rosenthal, The Editorial Board: ... the crackdown is undoubtedly intended to crush the “rights defense” movement,
which aims to defend the rights of individuals in a legal system rife with corruption and abuse.
Analysis: The buzzword here is "rights".
We are left to assume that innocent people are being arrested and tried. What
Rosenthal, The Board produce to show that the individuals accused of corruption or treason
are being "abused" or falsely charged? Answer: None! Rosenthal, The Editorial Board: A
major target of the crackdown has been the Fengrui Law Firm in Beijing, which has represented the dissident artist Ai Weiwei;
Ilham Tohti, a Uighur academic sentenced to life in prison last year...
Analysis: The two obvious buzzwords here are "dissident" and "Uighur"
-- the former being a high-sounding name for a CIA-NGO trouble-making rat; and the latter referring to a semi-autonomous Muslim
region of China that the CIA wants to split away from China by carrying out terror attacks and staging a "color revolution".
Editorial Board: ... and Cao Shunli, a human rights campaigner who
died while in police custody last year.
"Human rights campaigner" -- you know the routine.
1- CIA mercenary "Islamic" terrorists
praise the recent Uighur terrorist attacks against China and pledge solidarity with the "oppressed" Uighurs.
2- In U.S.-occupied Japan, "spontaneous" anti-China
protests are staged by CIA Uighurs with professionally-made English language signs
Rosenthal, The Editorial Board: The assault on lawyers comes against a backdrop of ever tightening government control
under Mr. Xi (China's leader).
"the assault on lawyers", eh? -- Bring some of that "assault" to overly litigious
America! The important thing to understand is that these aren't just any lawyers. They are the Chinese equivalent of ACLU
subversives who work to defend the bought-and-paid-for CIA scum of China.
Rosenthal, The Editorial Board:
And yet the number of Chinese lawyers willing to risk their lives and freedom to take on politically sensitive
cases has grown...
Analysis: Say what??? This idiotic statement clearly
contradicts the image of a brutally repressive China. If their "lives and freedom" were in such danger, there would
be less of these lawyers, not more!
Rosenthal, The Editorial
Board: ... and the concept of public interest law has begun to take hold in the areas of labor and the environment
as well as criminal justice and human rights.
Analysis: More liberal / Globalist
Buzzwords: "Public Interest Law"
- "Labor" - "Environment" - "Criminal Justice" - "Human Rights".
In other words, a "progressive" plague of liberal legal locusts has been spreading across "repressive"
China and boss man Xi ain't puttin' it up with. Good for Xi!
Xi and Vlad: Cracking down on internal
NGO-CIA filth and standing in the way of the New World Order
Rosenthal, The Editorial Board: This may be a result
of more Chinese lawyers being trained abroad, including in the United States.
Analysis: Ah! The
penny drops! Many of these lawyers have been trained (and recruited) in the USA. Thanks for that inadvertently-dropped
gem of truth,
Andy - Editorial Board. Rosenthal, The Editorial Board:
“They want to elevate their status from functionaries to professionals,” says Michael Posner, the Assistant
Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights and Labor from 2009 to 2013. “There clearly is a big appetite among
many in the rapidly growing legal profession in China to be part of the larger legal world.”
We at The Board of the Anti-New York Times Mike & Sugar never even knew
that such a U.S. government position even existed -- Assistant
Secretary of State for Democracy (buzz word), Human Rights (buzz word) and Labor (buzz
word) --. And of course, a Chicago-born New York Tribesman held the position for four years. (surprise, surprise) Rosenthal,
The Editorial Board: Thirteen former heads of the Hong Kong Bar Association have started a petition calling on
Beijing to halt the “unlawful or arbitrary” persecution of the lawyers.
for the "Hong
Kong Bar Association"; having only been ceded to Chinese sovereignty about 20 years ago, formerly British-ruled
Hong Kong came to China as a CIA-infested Trojan Horse.
to the disappointment of Assistant Secretary Posner, the CIA, Sulzberger's Slimes and some of the seditious scum at the Hong
Kong Bar Association, Hong Kong's corny "Umbrella Revolution" fizzled out.
The Editorial Board: Human rights experts at the United Nations have also condemned the crackdown.
Condemnation from the U.N.? Good on you, China! Evidently, China does not see the need to be inundated with greedy
legal shysters of every speciality; especially ones contaminated in or controlled by the Globalist U.S. and its NGO's and/or
The Editorial Board: Mr. Xi seems to think it’s possible to focus China on economic reform only, while keeping
a tight grip on lawyers, activists and others who want to liberalize the political environment.
words: "activists" and "liberalize". Frankly, General Secretary Xi is being too lenient by only dishing
out jail sentences.
We at The Board of the Anti-New
York Times Mike & Sugar would prefer to see the Globalist mole-traitors of China executed for high treason,
but that's China's business. Rosenthal, The Editorial Board: But international businesses generally prefer
investing in countries that offer stability and predictability made possible by the rule of law.
many big investors read Sulzberger's Slimes. This sentence confirms that the journalistic bashing of target nations is intended
to discourage investment in them. It hasn't been working.
Rosenthal, The Editorial Board: In China’s
case, they have often been willing to ignore the widespread corruption and a largely dysfunctional legal system because the
potential economic gains were enormous. With the collapse of China’s stock market, slowing growth and rising wages,
that calculus may shift as places like Vietnam and even Myanmar look more attractive.
Andy. Investors will always flock to a business-friendly climate, in spite of "chinks"
in China's armor. (I couldn't resist that one.) Rosenthal, The Editorial Board: At some point, China’s
leaders are going to have to modernize and institute a fairer, more predictable legal system in line with international
norms if they want their country to grow and credibly lead the world.
Analysis: China seems to be growing
and leading quite well without heeding the "advice" of the Weasel of Oz. Worry about the dying nation of America,
Andy. But then again, the death of America is what you and your gang wanted all along, eh Andy?
Legendary investors Jimmy Rogers, Peter Schiff and Mark Faber: all STILL bullish on China.
1: I read in the New York Times today that China is cracking down hard on lawyers.
Americanus 2: Well -- that's actually a good thing, right?
Boobus Americanus 1: I was thinking the
"You know Boobusses; every now and then you dopess will pleassantly sssurprise me."
(Even broken clocks are right twice a day, Sugar. You'll be cussing them
out again tomorrow.)
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