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China: Barbados Prime Minister “willing to learn” from the Communist Party of China

Barbados and China “supported each other on important international and regional issues”

“China willing to push ahead… good relationship between the two ruling parties”

Barbados willing to strengthen ties with China

Barbados Prime Minister Freundel Stuart, leader of the Democratic Labour Party (DLP), on Friday met with a Chinese delegation headed by Chen Fengxiang, vice minister of the International Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China.

Chen said that since diplomatic relations were set up between China and Barbados, political trust between the two countries has deepened day by day, cooperation in all sectors born abundant fruits, and the two countries supported each other on important international and regional issues. China is willing to push ahead the good relationship between the two countries and the two ruling parties.

Stuart said the DLP is willing to learn from the governing experience of the CPC, and his country wishes to enhance the relationship with China through communication between the two political parties. Continue reading

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Communist Party of China: Senior official invited to Barbados by DLP

CPC Central Committee issues Glorious Statement concerning Comrade Chen Fengxiang

-- Chen Fengxiang -- 陈凤翔

At the invitation of the Democratic Labour Party, Comrade Chen Fengxiang 陈凤翔 Deputy Director of the International Liaison Department of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, left Beijing Friday to visit Barbados. His tour of Barbados and two other friendly nations will be from February 25 to March 12.

Deputy Director Chen Fengxiang 陈凤翔 will meet and consult with officials from the Barbados Democratic Labour Party to review the plans for the new Barbados National Monument to the Victims of the Tiananmen Square Massacre. Deputy Director Chen Fengxiang 陈凤翔 will offer his opinion that Barbados should forget about this monument and human rights in China, and instead continue to accept cash and trade concessions from the People’s Republic of China.*

* Okay, okay – so BFP changed the CPC Central Committee’s press release a little bit. If they can’t take a joke they shouldn’t ‘a sent us the “glorious” release. (They really have to work on the translation a little more.) I guess we’ll be off the Central Committee’s list of official Barbados news organisations next time!  🙂

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Barbados silent about China kidnapping, forcing late term abortions, sterilizations on 7000 women

Blind lawyer & human rights activist Chen Guangcheng released to house arrest after 4 years jail.

In 2005 a blind, self-taught country lawyer named Chen Guangcheng filed a class action lawsuit against Communist party officials in his area who used kidnapping and violence to force 7000 women to have late term abortions and sterilizations. He exposed an abortion and sterilization quota system in the Chinese government.

The Chinese government’s response was predictable and the “enemy of the people” was sent to prison for 4 years and 3 months for organising a crowd to block traffic. The communist fascists just released him but under house arrest – presumably for years more, and perhaps for the rest of his life.

Barbados news media censors human rights stories to keep those free China trips coming! Continue reading

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Google ends censorship at Chinese operations – our Tiananmen Square Massacre articles spike!

Just hours ago, Google shut down its Chinese language portal and ended “voluntary” censorship of searches from the People’s Republic of China as a response to hacking and espionage against Google that is most certainly the work of the Communist-run Chinese government. (UK Telegraph article here)

Chinese authorities are struggling to regain control of the internet searches by their citizens – but they are obviously losing the battle as our little Barbados Free Press website has started to experience a tsunami of visits to our articles about China. If the numbers hold, BFP will experience thousands or even tens of thousands of new and unexpected visitors in the next few days.

Our thousands of new Chinese friends are arriving primarily after searching for the words “tiananmen square massacre” or “tiananmen square protest” and, most revealing: “tiananmen + democracy”, “China + human rights” and “China + democracy”.

Worldwide Big Picture: Hundreds of millions of new uncensored internet searches by Chinese citizens

As Caribbean blogs and websites go, Barbados Free Press is moderately successful but we’re nothing compared with the big guys. For instance, as the 500th most popular website in the world, Drudge Report gets over 3 million unique visitors a month while BFP takes over a year and a half to reach that number. So as successful as BFP is for a Caribbean blog, we’re just a hair on a flea on the internet dragon. Well – you get the point.

Yet BFP will see thousands or tens of thousands of new visitors from China in the next day or two. Think of what that means worldwide: internet censorship is not happening right now in China and a hundred million or more Chinese citizens are seeing the world on the net without their government-imposed limitations.

The Dream of Chinese Freedom is still alive!

The democracy movement that ended with the Tiananmen Square Massacre was fed by fax machines, pagers and face to face meetings. The internet didn’t exist as it does today. Who knows what could happen if our Chinese friends have the freedom to openly share ideas with each other on the internet?

History may view this Google freedom for Chinese citizens – even if it only lasts a few days – as one of the most important events of the era for China. You can bet that the elites of the Chinese Communist Party have a little more than mere concern in their guts today. That feeling they are experiencing is the beginning of fear – because the Communists know that in a free and fair exchange of ideas… they lose.

Our welcome to the ordinary people of China

We at Barbados Free Press are happy that you can join us and we hope that your new freedom continues. Below is a list of our most popular articles being viewed by people from China.

Many of the articles contain stories of human rights violations by the Communist government of your country. As you read our stories, please remember that our intent in exposing these human rights violations is to work towards more freedom for individual citizens of China.

You and your country have so much to be proud of. In many areas, China has come further and faster than any other country in the last few decades, but your progress has not been without cost to you and your ordinary fellow citizens. You also know that the main beneficiary of your labour is an entrenched group of political elites that has brutally repressed ordinary Chinese citizens who desire to be free and to progress as individuals and families.

To the ordinary people of China, Barbados Free Press says, “Welcome. Good Luck to you, and may God bless you, your family and your country.”

Most popular China articles at Barbados Free Press (we’ll revise it as the statistics change)

Tiananmen Square Massacre 20 Years Later: Hugs and Kisses From Barbados As We Trade Our Silence For Cash

China’s Solution To Children Killed and Injured By Melamine-Tainted Milk: Arrest Parents Who Talk Too Much

Video: Chinese Soldiers Murder Tibet Civilians

Barbados Ambassador to USA and wife highlight China’s repression of Falun Dafa Religion

Thousands Riot In China Over Government Kidnapping For Forced Abortions, Forced Sterilizations

Citizen Journalist Beaten To Death By Chinese Government Officials – Filmed Waste Disposal Near Homes

Would Bussa Have Accompanied Barbados Chief Justice and Prime Minister To Chinese Embassy Celebration?

China’s Olympic Soccer Balls Made By Slave Labour – But Barbados Doesn’t Care

Chinese Police Arrest Christians For Nativity Play, Praying – But Barbados Still Loves Chinese Charity and Investment

Communist Chinese “Family Planning” Agency Still Kidnapping Pregnant Women and Forcing Abortions

To our friends from China: you can see all our China articles by entering “China” in the search box at the top. That will show you all our articles.

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Barbados Police Receive Training From China – Chinese Law Enforcement Handbook Instructs How To Beat People Without Leaving Marks (Were I’Akobi’s Cops China Trained?)

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Slippery Slopes Get Very Slippery Indeed

Officers of the Royal Barbados Police Force already receive training from China’s police both in Barbados and during exchanges in China. As Barbados Free Press has pointed out on numerous occasions, we don’t believe that Barbados police officers have much to learn from a country that drives tanks over teenagers, kidnaps pregnant women off the streets to force abortions upon them and routinely trains police officers in how to shoot prisoners in the head during public executions. Our Barbados Defence Force also receives Chinese training and equipment.

And now we have to ask if the Chinese authorities will be supplying our police officers with the latest textbook for city administration law enforcement squads. The Chengguan handbook instructs Chinese law enforcement officers in how to inflict pain upon citizens without drawing blood or leaving marks…

“In dealing with the subject, take care to leave no blood on the face, no wounds on the body, and that no people are in the vicinity.”

… From the Beijing Municipal Bureau of City Administration and Law Enforcement training textbook “The Practice of City Administrator Law Enforcement”

Did Any Barbados Police Officer Involved With The Death Of I’Akoki Receive Chinese Training?

Barbados Free Press will have much more to say about the illegal arrest of I’Akobi Maloney by Barbados police — an act that is all too common on this island as our police officers routinely exceed their authority in law and abuse the rights of citizens and members of the press.

But for now, we just want an answer from the Commissioner of Police…

Commissioner Dottin — Please inform the good citizens of Barbados whether any of the police officers involved with the death of I’Akobi Maloney, either at the scene or during the subsequent investigation, ever received training from China.

Further Reading

Global Voices – China: A practical handbook for beating street vendors

Nova Scotia Scott blog – Chinese Junior Cops Trained In Thuggery

Danwei – A practical handbook for beating street vendors

BFP: Chinese Police Arrest Christians For Nativity Play, Praying – But Barbados Still Loves Chinese Charity and Investment

BFP: Would Bussa Have Accompanied Barbados Chief Justice and Prime Minister To Chinese Embassy Celebration?

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