Important Announcement

See here for an important message regarding the community which has become a read-only site as of October 31.

Post Reply
Switch to Forum Live View The Epoch Times Deceives Internet Users
6 years ago  ::  Jun 05, 2012 - 10:23AM #1
Posts: 36
In recent years, the Epoch Times has fabricated out of thin air for innumerable times. For instance, it usurped the name of a famous writer Meng Weizai to cook up the Announcement by Celebrities on Withdrawal from CCP; it usurped the name of Qi Baiping, an associate professor in the College of Arts under Chinese People’s University, to incite people to fight against China and CCP; it secretly used the names of relevant people to force them to withdraw from CCP, the Communist Youth League of China, or Chinese Young Pioneers. In addition, the Minghui Website, which is hand in glove with the Epoch Times, has fabricated various “miracle” stories with false names and incomplete news factors, all of which are impossible to be verified. They sometimes published stories with real names, such as the story about how a CCP leader in the village lost his eyesight, the story about how Jianren Master’s bad deed is rewarded, the story about Li Fanglin’s being kidnapped and the death of Guo Zhanfeng. All the stories that used real names have been proved untrue.   

Rumors cannot stand the test of facts. No matter how the Epoch Times quibbles, the rumors will never turn into prediction or reality. Rumor has never been a good thing. In the first chapter of the History of China’s Warring States, rumors were described as groundless remarks spread across the streets. Rumors are fabricated by those who want to mislead the public opinion, to stir up disturbance, and to cause grave harm to the state and the people. On April 15, 2012, however, the Epoch Times released two articles titled “Rumors Are Foretold Prophesy” and “Can Rumors Come True After Being Repeated for Thousand Times?” with an attempt to demonstrate that rumors made by them may someday be proved true and to defend for their rumors. But rumors are rumors even though they are repeated for one thousand or even ten thousand times.
Quick Reply
6 years ago  ::  Jun 05, 2012 - 10:38AM #2
Posts: 12,363

Do you have a source for any of this?

Quick Reply
6 years ago  ::  Jun 05, 2012 - 11:28AM #3
Posts: 5,943

Its about time we had someone represent the government of the Peoples Republic of China. They do control one fourth of the worlds population. At least they dont pretend to be a democracy like our government does.

'When we remember we are all mad, the mysteries disappear and life stands explained.' - Mark Twain
Quick Reply
    Viewing this thread :: 0 registered and 1 guest
    No registered users viewing

    Beliefnet On Facebook