The New York Times and The Washington Post carried
a double-barrel blast against China this past week. The Times's report,
based on documents handed over to the paper, castigates the immense
wealth built up by the family of Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao,
including his 90-year old mother, Yang Zhiyun, a retired school teacher.
The Post's report was centered around a complaint from the family of
purged Chinese Communist Party leader and his wife, Gu Kailai, convicted
of murdering a British businessman, that Bo's
family found it difficult to put together a defense team for the ousted
leader. Bo, whose business contacts with the George Soros/Rothschild
family and Paul Desmarais clique, had raised hopes among the Western
vulture capitalist class that Bo was another Mikhail Gorbachev who would
bring about an end to the Chinese Communist Party, is awaiting trial on
a series of as yet unknown criminal charges. One of the sons of Bo and
Gu is under the virtual protection of the United States government in
the Boston area.
There is another reason for the Times's and
Post's seemingly coordinated attack on China's leadership. China's
government has let it be known that it is aware that a number of foreign
journalists who were pulled out of Southeast Asia by either their
corporations or Central Intelligence Agency interlocutors because of
pressure being brought to bear by the governments of Thailand, Cambodia,
and Vietnam on expatriate foreigners that are known to be pedophiles,
have re-settled in Beijing. Cambodia gave the boot to a well-known
journalist who once worked for Newsweek, Fortune, and UPI and who
pedophile activities in Cambodia earned him the enmity of Queen Mother
Monineath, the wife of the late King Norodom Sihanouk. The CIA used
known pedophiles to run CIA-funded newspapers in Thailand, Cambodia, and
Burma. WMR has, in the past, reported extensively on the activities of
U.S. diplomat pedophiles in Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Indonesia, Brunei,
Philippines, Singapore, and Bangladesh.
is not a friendly terrain for pedophiles for a number of reasons,
including a zero tolerance policy of the Chinese government and the fact
that China's "one-child" policy means that parents keep a watchful eye
on their son or daughter. While in Beijing, WMR learned that pedophile
foreign journalists hold positions with a number of Western media
outlets and non-governmental organizations connected to George Soros in
Beijing and Shanghai.
The Times and Post obviously
want to shift the scandal involving former BBC children's and teen show
star Jimmy Savile and a ring of pedophiles connected to a past Prime
Minister, as well as member of the royal family, to China, which is
known to be hostile to international pedophiles. By "killing two birds
with one stone," the papers want to drive the BBC story off the front
pages and turn up the heat on China at the same time. The Post
has never recovered from its ignoring the infamous late 1980s call boy
scandal involving midnight tours of the White House for underage
congressional pages arranged by pedophile official of the Reagan and
Bush I administrations. The scandal was carried on the front page, above
the fold of The Washington Times. It later emerged that the page
scandal involved a number of well-known Washington journalists, the
main one being former ABC News reporter Craig Spence, who was expelled
by the South Vietnamese government ostensibly for black market currency
transactions. WMR learned that the Washington Post ignored the scandal because it involved Post employees.
related 1980s pedophile case involving senior military officers and
which reached into the Reagan White House was similarly covered up by
corporate media owners. Two papers, the Register Guard of Eugene, Oregon and Navy Times,
were forced to spike stories in 1984 on a major pedophile ring due to
pressure from publishers. When it comes to pedophile rings that involve
important people, the corporate media has not shown itself trustworthy
to fully cover the stories. Years of evidence against convicted Penn
State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky was ignored at the early,
mid, and even late stages by the media in Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, and
New York Times Company president Mark Thompson, who was director
general of BBC last December when the BBC program Newsnight spiked an
investigative piece on Savile's pedophile escapades while at the BBC,
has denied he knew anything about the reasons for canceling the exposé.
Thompson claims it was because of a lack of evidence in the case against
Savile. It has now been reported that up to 300 underage teens may have
been sexually molested by Savile and that the disgraced entertainer,
who died last year, was not the only BBC celebrity to engage in such
conduct. There have also been charges that Savile molested the corpses
of dead children at hospitals where he raised charitable donations.
Times's ombudsman, Margaret Sullivan, asked the following question
about her incoming boss in a column this week: "How likely is it that he
knew nothing? A director general
of a giant media company is something like a newspaper's publisher.
Would a publisher be very likely to know if an investigation of one of
its own people on sexual abuse charges had been killed?"
officials, including chairman of the board Arthur "Pinch" Sulzberger,
Jr. have rallied to Thompson's defense, which has left the Times'
reporting on the BBC scandal lacking in both professionalism and
However, the Times and Post have both
found it newsworthy to jump on the China bashing bandwagon whose current
band leader is GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney. We'll see whether
either paper ever reports on the pedophile ring that has relocated from
Southeast Asia to China. Our guess is no because some of the
perpetrators' names may have also been found in by-lines from Asia
carried by the two newspapers.
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