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China a Terrorist Threat to U.S., Dissident Wu Warns

Friday, 25 January 2002 12:00 AM

Harry Wu, the dissident who fought Chinese communist brutality on its home turf, told NewsMax.com in an exclusive interview that "China is a state terrorist country.”

President Bush, before he visits China on Feb. 21, would be well served if he is fully informed of freedom fighter Wu's dire warnings, and of the startling revelations in a new book that backs those warnings to the hilt.

The blockbuster Internet best seller, "

Dr. Wu’s charges against China, based on his foundation’s studies and his own experiences, are further verified by Thomas’ revelation that when those murderous terrorists slammed into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, killing thousands on American soil, they were cheered on and supported by communist China.

Let no one think that China is somehow a real part of the "anti-terrorist coalition,” especially when one considers the book’s revelations of China’s relationship with Osama bin Laden.

Ironically, China’s largest publishing conglomerate - the Communist Party-controlled Xinhua Publishing Corp. - has

China means to destroy the West, according to leading dissident Wu, the soft-spoken but determined anti-communist who spent years in Chinese prisons. While many of us may have been able to oppose communism from the relative safety of the greatest and most prosperous nation on earth, Wu fought it right up front, behind enemy lines so to speak, and spent years of torture and hard labor for his trouble.

His warning that China means to do great harm to the West cannot be doubted by anyone who reads the never-before-published documents in "Seeds of Fire,” including briefing papers from the CIA that show how China may launch an all-out nuclear attack against America "before 2015.”

One can only speculate whether Chinese willingness to openly publish its own evil deeds is a sign of confidence that it no longer needs to fear retaliation. It’s as if they were saying: "This is what we’re up to. What are you going to do about it? You’re economically hooked to us.”

That economic inter-dependence is the No. 1 factor that bothers Wu, whose Washington-based Laogai Research Foundation has been working for 10 years to expose systemic human rights abuses in China’s vast, secretive network of forced labor camps.

Wu argues that anyone who kids himself by accepting the huge communist nation as part of a Western-organized crusade to combat terrorism is dealing with a contradiction in terms.

Right now about 100,000 Chinese living in the U.S. cannot speak openly about terrorist persecution behind the Bamboo Curtain for fear of what will happen to their families in China.

"Their families become hostages. This is terrorism,” Wu told NewsMax.com. "This is state terrorism.” Further, it is but one example of the terrorism the rogue state inflicts on victims inside and outside its borders.

The Thomas book delves into Chinese intelligence operations in the United States. In the earliest years of the Cold War, congressional committees would haul spies and homegrown Soviet sympathizers before their hearings to demand information on communist intelligence networks in the U.S. Today, revelations of Chinese communist spying in the U.S. get short shrift in the media and bungled official investigations.

Wu, twice imprisoned by the Chinese — the second time after he had actually become an American citizen - sees the international industrial commerce dealings with the his former homeland as fulfilling an old Lenin prophecy.

The Bolsheviks had said that when it comes time to hang the capitalists, they will be bidding against each other to decide who will supply the rope.

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