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Why Chinese Public Wants to Break Up G2 Relationship with the US?

30 November 2013

An increasing number of Chinese people believe the key problem with the current State Council is not even whether it serves people, but if it serves Chinese. Since China's vice premier Wang Yang formally married off Chinese nation to the US on a wedding held in Washington, China found herself rapidly losing her independence to the bully spouse with the help of its local (public) servants in this forced marriage.

A few days ago, Han Jun (韩俊), vice director of the State Council Development Research Centre, met the ECO of the US GMO giant DuPont. Over the meeting, Chinese vice director launched a scathing personal attacked on Mr Cheng Kegong (陈克恭), the leader of Zhangye (张掖), an ancient city along the Silk Road in Gansu Province, calling him a brain damaged man (脑子里灌水了).

What the crime Mr Cheng Kegong committed that deserved the state council man to use such abusive language against his own colleague in front of a foreign delegate?

Apparently, the man on the ancient silk road audaciously followed the footstep of former Chongqing leader Bo Xilai by daringly ignoring DuPont and other US bio corporations' commercial interest.

Han Jun (韩俊), China's vice director of the State Council Development Research Centre, accused his colleague of being brain managed for the crime of refusing to support US bio multinationals' GM products.   Cheng Kegong (陈克恭), Party Secretary of Zhangye City in Gansu Province, was labeled as a brain damaged man by his Chinese colleague from the State Council in front of the CEO of DuPont, the US bio giant, for his decision to ban the commercial plantation of the GM corns artificially produced at US laboratory and the laboratories of their local partners

China's gmo promotion offical han jun

Risking an open confrontation with the then premier Wen Jiabao, the powerful Deng Xiaoping family and a strong GMO interest group within high level Chinese government, Bo Xilai, the then Party Secretary of Chongqing city, declined to import Monsanto products and rented farmland in South America to produce organic crops for his people in Chongqing. His action infuriated the US bio giants and China's GMO collaborators greatly, which many believe is one of the main factors contributed to Bo Xilai's downfall.

The persecution of Bo Xilai and his entire family is clearly intended to intimidate the resistance movement against a plan to commercialise GM rice in China, the most profitable business for the US bio companies and the easiest way to wipe out Chinese nation along with its heretic culture. How dare now Mr Cheng Kegong openly prohibits the artificial and toxic crops invented by DuPont and other US bio corporations as well as their Chinese collaborators to colonies Zhangye's rural landscape!

When you consider Deng Xiaoping's daughter is the business partner of DuPont and consider Vice Agricultural Minister Li Jiayang was DuPont's paid consultant (a Chinese state media was forced to apologize to Minister Li for exposing its business link to the US company even though what it reported are all true), you'll realize how seriously Mr Zhang has offended the powerful GM pack and the US corporations behind.

Thus it is understandable that many in Chinese online community, who are overwhelmingly against GMO commercialisation in China, have a real concern for Mr Zhang's political future even person safety.

Below are some typical comments from

- Han Jun's remark is not just a political assault but a personal attack. What makes him so audacious?

- There are some people in a higher position backing him.

- China is such a free speech country and personal attacks like this by a high ranking government official are free to make with no consequence for the offenders whatsoever. Haven't you seen DuPont's former consultant becoming China's vice agricultural minister? What should Han Jun be afraid of? - He has nothing to lose but a good chance to receive some rewards from his masters both at home and in the United States.

- Han Jun dares to be so rude because he has support from the top.

- Obviously, he has a big boss backing him.

- To secretly promote GMO plantation against Chinese law is not illegal, yet to prevent country's corn seed base from GMO contamination is illegal. That's China's reality today.

- You can not stop from feeling worried for what the officials at Chinese State Council have become! Chinese people are very angry about this [treacherous council]

- The language Han Jun used shall not from a government official - it's typical from a street thug!

- It tells a lot about to whom the state council really serve.


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Zhangye (张掖) - A Pearl on the Silk Road


Zhangye, of Gansu Province, is a strategic fortress city on the Silk Road that historically nurtured a peaceful and mutually beneficial trade relationship with the world to the west of China while defended against the militant Tartar invasion from the north.


Zhangye's Danxia landform is unique in the world, formed with red coloured gravels, yellowish sandstones and deep toned mudrocks, layered one upon another making them look like sunset clouds stretching to the horizon.


Situated in the mid of a desert region, Zhangye is a giant oasis that matches China's most beautiful and affluent landscape in the south of Yangtze River - Jiangnan. The ancient city has been long described as a place where the inverted reflections of pagodas in the reeds pools can be seen in half of the urban area in the town.


Indeed, Zhangye does not just look like the region around Lake Taihu in the outskirts of Suzhou, but its land is as fertile as in Jiangnan. It produces top-quality organic Zhangye Rice, that has been cultivated since woman emperor Wu Zetian's era during Tang Dynasty, and the wine brewed from Zhangye rice were often proudly presented on imperial palace banquets.


Zhangye's organic red jujubes, known as Linze Xiaozao (临泽小枣 ), are another brand agricultural products and recommended by doctors of traditional Chinese medicine to their patients for their positive effects on longevity.

Zhangye City was first built in 121BC during Han Dynasty. The current city gate, city wall and overall layout were structured under the reign of the First Ming Emperor in the late 14th century shortly after Chinese expelled Mongol invaders.

This is one of the most impressive heritage buildings in Zhangye, the former office mansion of Shanxi business association (山西商会). The large characters displayed on the side walls mean "loyalty (忠)" and "fidelity (义)", two great human qualities that are best embodied by a contemporary Shanxi man, Bo Xilai.

Zhangye airport. In the recent years, Zhangye becomes one of the most popular tourist destinations in China.

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