Saturday, May 28, 2011

China revolution planning at weekend convention


Chinese dissidents converge on New York
for revolutionary conference

A large meeting for an important matter

New York May 28, 2011

(China Support Network) -- This year, the world faces revolution in many places, beginning with the Middle East and North Africa. Facing unrest and strong winds of change, many despotic dictators are falling from power.

The world's largest autocratic regime is the one which has ruled and enslaved the Chinese people -- 1/5th of the world's population -- since 1949. A democratic revolution is needed in China more urgently than anywhere. It is time now to overthrow despotism and build a free and democratic China.

Fortunately, the Chinese public is awakening to the ugency and necessity for change. The Chinese youth movement, seeking change, has now called for a Jasmine revolution, to echo those of the Middle East and North Africa, which were also called Jasmine revolutions.

In the free world, overseas Chinese dissidents are meeting in New York this weekend to plot the course of the revolution and to address urgent questions such as how to effectively impel and encourage this revolution; and what objectives, strategies, tactics, and actions will be employed.

With these questions in the air, dissidents planned a two-day conference for May 28 and 29, 2011. The conference coincides with two anniversaries: The 100th anniversary of the 1911 revolution, and the 22nd anniversary of the Tiananmen Square crackdown. Accordingly, they have named the conference to reflect democratic revolution from 1911 to the present.

The conference should serve as a forum and a venue for the exchange of views and ideas among China experts, democracy campaigners, and human rights advocates. Also, as word spreads about this gathering, it may serve as a point of encouragement to China's domestic populace. They are invited to join the great movement to bravely oppose the tyranny of the Chinese Communist Party.

Rebellions will be planned in open sessions, closed sessions, and sideline sessions, lunches, and dinners. Chinese dissidents with pre-existing "platform" (prominent, famous names) are already in town ahead of the sessions: Feng Congde, Yan Xiong, Tang Baiqiao, and Lianchao Han are among those already known for their lengthy track records in service to Chinese democracy.

Various other guests will include American writers Greg Autry and John Kusumi, filmmaker Bruce Kivo, and a delegation of Burmese dissidents who also seek freedom for their homeland, and who stand in solidarity with Chinese dissidents.

The weekend's conference will highlight and raise the issue of Chinese revolution, and aims ultimately to overthow the tyranny of the Chinese Communist Party and to establish a democratic republic in China -- a new addition to the free world.

Conference time: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Conference venue: Marco Laguardia Hotel, 137-07 Northern Blvd, Flushing, NYC

We salute all who will join the revolution, at this weekend's events or by other means!

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