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Buying the Dragon's Teeth - How your money empowers a Cruel and dangerous Communist Regime in China
Buying the Dragon's Teeth - How your money empowers a Cruel and dangerous Communist Regime in China

Buying the Dragon's Teeth - How your money empowers a Cruel and dangerous Communist Regime in China

by Jamyang Norbu

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Language

English

Publisher

Blue Jay Books

ISBN

8188575569 - Year: 2005 - Pages: 160

Binding

Paperback

Jamyang Norbu

Author: Jamyang Norbu
Publisher: Blue Jay Books
Year: 2005
Language: English
Pages: 160
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8188575569

Description

This book lays no claim to being an objective academic treatise. It is an advocacy piece, scrupulous regarding facts, but not too concerned about giving equal time or space to China’s point of view, which, in any case, has become so unrelentingly pervasive as to be quite overwhelming.

Regarding the question of objectivity itself, especially as it surfaces in most (especially academic) discussions on China, the book defers to the greater wisdom of Lu Xun, china’s premier modern writer and supreme debunker of propagandists and poseurs. He said, Whoever thinks he is objective must already be half drunk.

REVIEW

Tibet watchers know him as one of the most incisive and prolific commentators on the political scene, a writer with strong opinions but also the wide reading and intellectual depth to back them up, sometimes fiercely.
-International Herald Tribune

World’s Largest System of Forced Labor Camps
-Laogai Research Foundation

Wholesale and Imdiscriminate Application of the Death Penalty
More executions in 3 months that the rest of the world in 3 years.
-Amnesty International

Commercial Harvesting of Transplants Organs of Executed Prisoners
-Human Rights Watch/Asia

Absolute Denial of Basic rights to Chinese workers and Farmers
-china Labor Bulletin; National Labor Committee

Nationwide Forced Abortions and forced Sterilization
-Population Research Institute; Laogai Research Foundation

Sweeping and Brutal Repression of all Religions
-Center for Religious Freedom, Freedom House

State Psychiatric Persecution of Political Prisoners
-World Psychiatric Association; Geneva Initiative on Psychiartry

Rountine Torture of Prisoners
-Amnesty International

Largest Dealer of Weapons of Mass Destruction to rogue States –CIA; Office of US Naval Intelligence

Military Occupation and Cultural Genocide in Tibet
-International commission of Jurists, Geneva

Draconian repression in East Turkestan
-Uighur Human rights Coalition; Uyghur Information Center

World’s Tightest Internet Censorship
-Harvard Law School; Human Rights Watch

Contents

INTRODUCTION (to 2004 edition)

INTRODUCTION (to 2001 edition)

THREE DIRECT REASONS NOT TO BUY MADE IN CHINA PRODUCTS

Products Made in Forced Labor Camps
Products Manufactured by the Chinese Military
Products Made by a Disenfranchised Labor Force

MORE REASONS NOT TO BUY MADE IN CHINA PRODUCTS

Sweeping Repression of All Religions
Nationwide Forced Abortions and Sterilizations
Indiscriminate and Widespread Use of the Death Penalty
Commercial Harvesting of Transplant
Organs of Executed Prisoners
Routine Torture of Prisoners
State Psychiatric Persecution of Political Prisoners
Military Occupation and Cultural Genocide in Tibet
Draconian Repression in East Turkestan
World’s Tightest Internet Censorship
Spread of Nuclear Weapons to Rogue States and Terrorists
China Does Not Play by the Usual Rules of Business

Conclusion

Clearing Remaining Doubts: Q & A

NOTES

SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

INDEX

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