Jiang and His Regime Poison Young People with Lies as the Moral Standard
(Clearwisdom.net) Corruption is a hot topic in today's Chinese society, as many are concerned with the widespread moral decay evident in so many areas.
In recent years, we have seen cases of poisoned rice, poisoned oil, poisoned tea, and poisoned ham in China, all of which completely disregard age old moral restrictions forbidding poison. The most recent incident involving poisoned powdered milk has shocked even China's Premier, and marks a severe moral crisis in Chinese society.
367 million Chinese citizens are under 18 years old, some 28% of the population. China's immoral environment poses a great threat to them and the nation's future. Returning to ancient upright beliefs is becoming a focus, and even appears in College Entrance Exams. The People's Congress and the Political Consultation Conference dedicated a discussion to the matter as well.
China's State Department issued a document entitled "Further Strengthen and Modify Young People's Moral Construction" on February 26, 2004.
Under the instruction of "610 Office" and Education Minister Chen Zhili, the Moral Education Movement was twisted into another means by which to attack Falun Gong.
Falun Gong teaches "Truthfulness, Compassion, and Tolerance." "Truthfulness" is of course the foundation of an upright moral standard, but through twisted lies and slander, young people are encouraged to reject these noble principles in the name of "moral standards."
On April 17, 2004, shortly before the 5th anniversary of the ten thousand Falun Gong practitioners' appeal in Beijing on April 25, the People's Daily issued an article entitled, "Opposing Cults to Benefit the Future," which slandered Falun Gong and cited results of the "Education Movement" in Yantai City, Shandong Province.
The article used less than 700 words, but mentioned "human rights" twice. The article was issued in response to Falun Dafa practitioners widely exposing the Jiang regime's severe violations of human rights. Jiang banned freedom of belief and fabricated the Tiananmen Self-Immolation to slander Falun Gong and plant hatred for Falun Gong in people's hearts. Hundreds of thousands of practitioners have been detained, nearly 1,000 confirmed killed (May 2004 statistics), countless have been forced to attend brainwashing classes where they are cruelly tortured. Bringing these crimes to light has enabled people to understand the corruption behind Jiang and his political group. In response Jiang has started a new propaganda campaign which targets China's youth.
The article cited Yantai City's "One student leads one family" slogan, meaning, "Little hands lead bigger hands, so that young children help spread this movement to society and family." The article said there is a propaganda display on each floor of Quanshan School Junior High Building, with postings of students' papers criticizing Falun Gong on both sides of the hallway. One of them was written by 9th grader Fu Yanrong, who is 16 years old. She brought home a photo of the fabricated Tiananmen self-immolation, and questioned her grandmother in tears, "Do you want to see me like this?" Her grandmother did not say a word, but tears ran down her cheek.
The Tiananmen self-immolation incident was an inhuman act staged by Jiang and his regime to create an excuse to sustain a persecution that the public was already annoyed by. When seen in slow motion, CCTV Focus Report's video clearly shows that the woman who died on the spot was hit by a police officer's attack, and there are many other obvious flaws in the fabrication. IED (International Education Development) submitted a report to the UN denouncing the incident as a deception, and is willing to provide videos to any one wishing to know the truth.
How sad that the young Fu Yanrong wrote her thoughts based on these lies, and then unwittingly deceived her grandmother!
To help the many children in China who cannot attend school, the country is collecting foreign donations with the "Hope Project." At the same time Jiang and his regime are spending vast amounts money and manpower to slander "Truthfulness, Compassion, and Tolerance," and poison young children in order to sustain this persecution.
Lets look at Yantai Community College. It posted online on March 2, 2004 that "in order further develop the Education Movement, based on upper level guidance, we made a plan for opposing Falun Gong." The activities are based on lies, with spreading hatred as the goal, all at a substantial cost in manpower and money. Below are the plans:
"Send out suggestion letters, host writing contest, collect petitions, and hold law seminars to form a thick atmosphere for opposing Falun Gong." "Use Political Sciences classes as a start..."
"Establish an activity leading group, chaired by the Party Secretary, to plan all activities. Connect responsibilities and positions, divide tasks so that every step has a person in charge." The plan directs opposition of Falun Gong be incorporated into the teaching of each subject, forcing everyone to go against the basic teachings of Falun Gong: "Truthfulness, Compassion, Tolerance."
"Strengthen monitoring, and treat this movement as an important political task. The school will have persons to check periodically, and incorporate this movement into the school's Excellent Reward/Tests System."
The "plan" detailed individual responsibilities in a chart listing names, offices structures, discipline committee, each subject department, Student Association, Youth League committee, Online Education department, Teaching Research office, Human Resource office, etc. All this manpower and material has been put into squelching "Truthfulness, Compassion, Tolerance" at just this one small community college, deceiving innocent students to slander Falun Gong, and using them to influence their parents.
This "Education Movement" is the latest instance of Jiang and his regime abusing State resources to attack Falun Gong. They are using lies to poison young children who are already living in a society low on morals. If we accept these lies as our moral standard, how terrible it will be for China's future!