World Bank, Go Home with Your Poison！
Jianguo (杜建国)， a young Chinese scholar， stormed the news
conference jointly held by Chinese authority and World Bank
President Robert Zoelick on Tuesday, 28 February 2012, with
a statement in which he accuses Zoelick of bringing toxic
proposal to poison Chinese economy. Du has been saluted as
national hero by the majority of Chinese who left comments
Anyone who bothers to study Chinese history will quickly
notice an impressive trait, that whenever China faces a crisis
that may determine the fate of the nation, a great number
of ordinary men (and women) would be transformed into heroic
warriors willing to sacrifice their own lives, fame and whatever
that is precious to them in order to save the situation.
This is one of the biggest secrets to the longevity of Chinese
Warriors in the Past and the present
Past: July 1939
Early last year a TV series titled Borrowing Gun (借枪)
hit big time on the small screen； by the end of the year,
it collected number of major television awards, including
the best script and best actor for the leading role, Xiong
Xiong came from a humble background. A poor kid living in
Tianjin, he was sent to learn local oral
folk art, like comic
dialogues, clapper talks and cross
talks. But WWII started, and fascist Japan echoed the
Nazi Hitler by launching a full scale invasion of China.
Soon, Tianjin was under Japanese occupation.
Thus the former comedian got into a very serious mood. He
pawned his house, spent the money that was to buy essential
food for the entire family, and put his own life on the line
to work for an underground resistance movement.
As time went by, the chief of Japanese
occupation force became more bloodthirsty by the day,
and many lives lost, including Xiong's brother and his
best friend. Things soon got worse. A promotion of the
chief was about to expose the secret resistance organization
lurking in Japanese headquarters in Shanghai. Thus when
the news leaked that the chief would attend the ceremony
for a hanjian named Wen Shizhen (温士珍) to swear
into the position of mayor in the puppet Chinese regime
in Tianjin, Xiong found a way to borrow a gun and fired
at the chief when he was walking towards the ceremonial
But the cunning chief escaped the fate. So Xiong turned
himself in then found an opportunity to end in common ruin
with that Japanese devil. He died a heroic death, like countless
Chinese national heroes before him.
But how about that hanjian, the puppet mayor Wen
Shizhen? Well, he enjoyed quite a few years of good time
by collaborating with Japanese at the expense of national
interest and local people's welfare. After Japan was defeated,
Wen was arrested by corrupted Nationalist government (now
headed by US's page boy Ma Ying-jeou and rules Taiwan province)
and bought his place in a luxury prison that was almost like
a five star hotel. However, it didn't last long. When Mao
Zedong's army took over Tianjin in 1949, Wen was retried
and received a death penalty. On 10 July 1951, this nasty
hanjian was executed. That year, Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao
was only a 9-year-old boy. By the way, Wen Jiabao's father
was Wen Shizhen's cousin, and Wen Jiabao's grandfather was
offered some financial support from the former Tianjin Mayor
when he built a school in a village. But clearly, Wen Jiabao
family hasn't really suffered from that association, as Wen
received good education from primary to university, which
were all paid by Mao's government. Even when he was serious
ill, he was not expelled from the college. Quite opposite.
He got free medication and accommodation for a year until
he was well enough to resume his study.
"This is the Way of Heaven!", shouted
Xiong, and perfectly accomplished the beheading mission.
He then died a martyr's death.
The TV series can
be viewed at tudoucc.com
Present: February 2012
Now WWIII is yet to start, and the World Bank chief from
US echoed the Hillary-Obama administration's aggressive assault
against Muslim world by launching a full scale pressure on
China to privatise its state enterprises including the military
industry. Soon, a conference room in Beijing was under Americans
occupation and Wen Jiabao's State Council sent this man to
publicly shake hand with Robert Zoelick after a 20-year G2
plan was sworn into position on the premier's desk.
you speak English? I can. 我can在香港为中国人用安徽方言朗诵英文。
However, Du Jianguo didn't think it was funny, instead
he got into a very serious mood. He drafted a statement and
printed out on leaflets, and traveled to the premises. He
found a way to break into the conference room, made a brief
speech and successfully handed out leaflets to journalists
before being brutally shoved out of the room by US security
The policies that are encouraged by the World Bank but have
failed the West and developing countries - such as promoting
privatisation of banks & state-owned enterprises and
tax cuts for private companies - will destroy Chinese economy
and leave Chinese people to live at the mercy of the Wall
Street and a small group of Chinese elites, by then China
will become a failed state torn between the 1% that are rich
and powerful and the 99% that are poor and powerless....
The US security contractor assaulted Chinese
citizen Du Jianguo for making a free expression against his
boss in Chinese conference hall.
Chinese warrior fought back and hit this thug
And told him: We will not become your new host
and you will have to live with the consequences of you actions.
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