Sep 242021

Yes, you got that right. The title of this blog entry is not a mistake. And no, I didn’t suddenly turn into a relic Cold Warrior from the 1950s.

It is how I characterize Xi Jinping’s commie regime tonight.

It may be a “kinder, gentler” version of communism compared to Mao’s or Stalin’s (at least so long as you are not an Uyghur from Xinjiang province, enjoying your vacation in a concentration, oh, pardon me, re-education camp), but it is nonetheless a regime that does not refrain from the most despicable, criminal acts, including the taking of hostages.

In case anyone had any doubts on the matter…

Within hours after the United States dropped its extradition request and thus Meng Wanzhou of Huawei was released from house arrest in Canada (to her credit, she actually thanked Canada for upholding the rule of law), two Canadians, Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, have reportedly been released by China, finally allowed to leave after three years of captivity, despite the bogus allegations of spying against them.

How else can I describe such a regime other than hostage-taking commie bastards without resorting to obscenities?

Oh, I got it.

Rotten hostage-taking commie bastards.

 Posted by at 10:00 pm

  2 Responses to “Hostage-taking commie bastards”

  1. There are a number of Australian hostages, too, currently held by China. China is currently in a trade war with Australia – they are upset at our demands for Covid to be investigated, our opposition to their claims on the South China Sea, and now our agreement to use USA nuclear submarines. China is not our friend. China is nobody’s friend, if they know what’s good for them. The system brooks no criticism, and ethics and morality are out the door. Unfortunately the system is so in control over the internet and public discourse that the population basically has little to no idea of what’s really up. It’s a worrying future that state sponsored terrorism and bullying is being used by a country that likes to present itself as a “world leading superpower”. God help us, as they say.

  2. And unfortunately their propaganda also works quite efficiently among expatriate Chinese, e.g., living here in North America.