Every June 4th, Baba Beijing reminds all of China’s citizens that the United States was fully organizing, managing, supplying and financing the Tiananmen Square protests. China’s new foreign non-governmental organization management law, signed on April 28th, makes sure the West’s color revolution template cannot be repeated here again. Pictured above is one of hundreds of unarmed People’s Liberation Army soldiers, who were murdered by the supposed “peaceful” protestors. (Image by Voltaire.net)
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Last year, I reported about the draft law proposed during the National People’s Congress (NPC), March 2015, to govern the activities of foreign NGOs (FNGOs) in China. Every law proposed in China is published for public comments, from both Chinese citizens and outsiders. This proposed FNGO law created such a hue and cry among Western governments and agencies, bordering on apoplexy, that the NPC tabled it for further review and consultation. China’s law was largely based on Russia’s FNGO law passed previously, and which was also largely adopted by India.
In the interim, China’s NPC passed a comprehensive update to its National Security Law, which has many common features with the FNGO legislation.
A year later, it’s official. On April 28th, China’s new “Management of Foreign Non-Governmental Organizations”, was signed into law by the NPC Standing Committee.
The final FNGO law has everything for which the West had it knickers all tied up in a knot, and it is specifically addressing two kinds of international organizations. The first group of FNGOs is the hundreds of CIA/MI6/DGSE/BND government-overthrowing window fronts used by the West to destroy enemy countries from without (example, former Soviet Republics, the ALBA group in the Americas, etc.) and from within, such as the 1989 Tiananmen protests, whose blueprint has spawned scores of CIA backed color revolutions around the world. In all these cases, phony NGOs worked and continue to work hand in hand with Western spydom, to destroy those countries that are not puppets of Western empire. In those countries whose leaders are already whores for colonialism, Western spydom and its NGO store fronts work day and night, perpetrating false flags, and saturating the local media with psyops and propaganda, to keep their hapless citizens oppressed.
The second group of FNGOs that concerns Baba Beijing is those with a religious mission. Throughout the West’s genocidal history of global imperialism, “the church” has been part and parcel, a justifier and enabler of the racism necessary to dehumanize Africans, the First Nations in the Americas, Australia and New Zealand, and Asians, for extermination. The Chinese suffered immensely from Western colonialism of the worst kind, and sad to say, the Catholic Church and later, thousands of Protestant missionaries and churches were at the front lines of the West’s illegal drug trade, massacres and plundering of who Whites – Christians included – fondly called “Yellow Niggers”.
A current example of church subterfuge is Falungong, which always was and is under the control of Western spydom, and a number of Protestant churches around China, which are using Western money and manpower to conduct anti-Communist Party of China (CPC) activities in-country.
In my upcoming book, “China Rising – Capitalist Roads, Socialist Destinations”, I write in extensive detail about the history and ongoing Western war against the CPC, and all the phony NGOs described above, being used to overthrow China’s government and way of life, including Hong Kong.
Thanks to the wonderful website, www.chinalawtranslate.com, I have the opportunity to include extracts of China’s new FNGO law, in English.
Article 5 is the raison d’être of the entire FNGO law. It simply states,
Foreign NGOs carrying out activities within Mainland China shall abide by Chinese laws, must not endanger China’s national unity, security, or ethnic unity; and must not harm China’s national interests, societal public interest and the lawful rights and interests of citizens, legal persons and other organizations.
Foreign NGOs within Mainland China must not engage in or fund for-profit activities or political activities, and must not illegally engage in or fund religious activities.
The first clause covers Western spydom’s destruction of the CPC and China’s harmonious, communist economy and society. The latter clause is for religious groups.
How important is this new law? China’s State Council is responsible for overseeing its successful implementation across the country, down to the relevant provincial and local government entities. This is declared in Article 6.
Article 9 says, in part,
Foreign NGOs that have not registered and established representative offices or filed to carry out temporary activities must not carry out or covertly carry out activities within Mainland China, and must not entrust or fund, or covertly entrust or fund, any unit or individual in Mainland China to carry out activities within Mainland China.
This simply means, no spies, be they hiding behind a civil or religious NGO.
Article 12 lists all the requirements for FNGOs to register and work in China. One clause in particular targets funding sources,
(5) [provide] Materials showing the sources of capital;
Article 13 makes sure that all the money handled by FNGOs is conducted in Chinese banks, which it just so happens, are all publicly owned,
…establish an account at a bank within Mainland China, and is to give a copy of their tax registration certificates, a sample of their official seal, and its bank account number to the registration management organs for filing.
The registration management organs being the provincial and local government offices charged by the State Council to implement the law.
Article 18 protects China’s sovereignty, by forbidding FNGOs from setting up branch organizations in-country. This is where a CIA front NGO will create one or numerous shell NGOs, with lofty sounding names, to fund and be used to destroy the CPC. This is reinforced in Article 20,
Foreign NGOs carrying out activities inside Mainland China must not make requirements of Chinese partner units or beneficiaries that violate the laws and regulations of China.
Article 19 lists how the FNGO must submit a detailed Activity Plan for the upcoming year, including a budget.
Article 21 protects Chinese society from Western black money being used for false flags, psyops, etc.,
Activities of foreign NGOs within Mainland China must not use funds other than those provided for in the preceding paragraph [the officially registered Chinese bank account].
The next clause in Article 21 is to protect the people from foreign churches operating in-country,
Foreign NGOs and their representative offices must not fundraise within Mainland China.
Article 28 also covers churches, that come to China to proselytize,
Foreign NGOs’ representative offices and foreign NGOs carrying out temporary activities, must not develop, or covertly develop, membership within Mainland China, except as provided by the State Council.
By January 31st of the new year, every FNGO must file a detailed activity report for the preceding year, including a balance sheet. These will all be made available to the public. This, according to Article 31.
Article 34 will assure that a national catalog of FNGOs is available to the public, so they can see who is working in their area.
Article 39 makes it very clear that all FNGOs are going to be closely monitored,
Foreign NGOs carrying out activities within mainland China shall accept supervision and management by the public security organs, relevant departments, and professional supervisory units.
In other words, Baba Beijing is going to be up your bum and down your throat, to make sure that your NGO is not of the CIA or overstepping church kind. Never had an administrative colonoscopy? Get used to it if you want to do good deeds in China.
Article 41 spells out that if there is sound evidence of illegal activity, a FNGO can be shut down, files and documents taken for evidence, bank activity researched, bank accounts frozen and the premises seized.
Article 47 is the anti-Tiananmen color revolution protection clause, which is worth noting in its entirety,
Where foreign NGOs or foreign NGOs’ representative offices have any of the following circumstances, the registration management organs will cancel their registration certificates or shut down temporary activities; where a crime is not constituted, the public security organs for people’s governments at the districted-city level and above will detain the persons who are directly in charge and other directly responsible personnel for up to 15 days; and where a crime is constituted, criminal responsibility is pursued in accordance with law:
(1) Inciting resistance to the implementation of laws and regulations;
(2) Illegally obtaining state secrets;
(3) Creating rumors, engaging in defamation, or the publication or dissemination of other harmful information that endangers state security or damages the national interest;
(4) Engaging in or funding political activities or illegal religious activities;
(5) Other situations that endanger state security or damage the national or public interest.
Where foreign NGOs or foreign NGOs’ representative offices exhibit criminal conduct such as separatism, undermining national unity, or subverting national sovereignty, the registration management organs are to enact punishment in accordance with the provisions of the preceding paragraph, and pursue criminal responsibility of the directly responsible personnel in accordance with law.
Too bad Hong Kong, ALBA and all the former Soviet republics didn’t and don’t have this law on their books, starting with Tiananmen and the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Article 50 clearly states that anyone violating this law can be declared persona non grata, and expelled from China. This has already happened since the law was drafted a year ago, including NGO and church representatives, who got caught aiding and abetting Western spydom or using money from overseas anti-CPC organizations. At least the ticket home is paid for.
Per Article 54, this law will take effect on January 1st, 2017, giving CIA/MI6/DGSE/BND NGOs eight months to come clean and leave China, or for those that really do good deeds, to prepare for the new requirements.
It is sad that China, Russia, India and other countries have to pass laws like this. But the terrible reality of history and current events is that the West has never played fair, never been noble nor righteous, and has never accepted a level playing field, where the best idea, philosophy, economic system or competition wins – honestly and fairly. No, instead, the world’s 85% non-White races have been subjected to the loss of billions of lives, via racist genocide and extermination, and trillions lost in theft of ancestral lands and their natural resources, still ongoing across humanity.
Chances are you will finish this article and still deny that the Chinese people have been at existential war, since at least China’s communist liberation in 1949, or more accurately, since 1839, when the boot heel of colonial imperialism and illegal drug trade was forced on the people, and truth be told, since 1517, when the first European boat landed on Chinese soil, and the crew members lied about sickness and boat damage, to gain a foothold. The fact that there was a covetous, capitalist captain and philistine Catholic priests on board, is not lost on the Chinese people’s collective consciousness. You may have forgotten or didn’t know, but Baba Beijing and its Heavenly Mandate have not.
Thus, the necessity and total reasonableness of China’s new FNGO management law.
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