Wikileaks Harmed Chinese Citizen Activists: Translation of Namelist Circulated on Internet

This 2012 posting on the website Red China [RedChinaCn.net] is a copy of a posting that circulated on Chinese websites to criticizing people who had talked with US diplomats as at best fellow travelers and at worst traitors to China. An example of how US Mission China contacts were vilified as a result of Wikileaks.

Come to think of it, I spoke to Chinese Embassy people both before and after becoming a U.S. State Department Foreign Service Officer. Same logic, I must be a Chinese running dog too!!

The leaked U.S. diplomatic cables led to incessant interrogations and sanctions against some of the people named in the cables.

Tibetan writer and activist Woeser in a public posting on her Facebook page wrote about the harm that Wikileaks did to Tibetan activists.

“Do people still remember Julian Assange’s Wikileaks? Of course they do. What I remember most of all is how when Assange made his revelations, I and many other Tibetans were said to be a Fellow Travelers Party of the United States. Lists of names often appeared on Chinese websites, and the “pandas” called us in to drink tea, drink tea, drink tea over and over [incessant police interrogations]. I know at least some Tibetans were forbidden to leave China to take part in visitor programs. The world is very complicated. Is there a limit to freedom of speech? Certainly, Wikileaks changed everything. It also harmed many innocents.
主要记得那时候阿桑奇的爆料,我和好些个藏人被说成米国带路党,在天朝网络上频频出现名单,于是被熊猫喝茶、喝茶、喝茶…至少还知道,有个藏人被禁足参加出国访问者项目了。世界很复杂。言论自由有没有某个度?淮橘为枳的事情确实发生了,也伤害了无辜者。

The article also gives us the rationale from a Chinese perspective of why these people who talk with foreign governments are a threat to China.

As you can see by the comment at the end of the article “A list of some “informers” protected by the US Embassy in WikiLeaks”, this article like some others, is confused about what (protect) means after a name. In US diplomatic usage it simply cautions readers not to reveal the name of the source and does not imply any kind of ‘protection’ by the US government. I used Google Translate on the list of names after the article. The X’s interjected in the names for missing characters are in the original.

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There are others. Independent Review (独立评论)in May 2013 also circulated a list of full names from Wikileaks- leaked diplomatic cables this without the Xs for missing characters. The anonymous poster wrote among other things:

“WikiLeaks published a list of American “informers” in China! The list is shocking! Those traitors!! They are the spokespersons of the Western forces who are trying to tear apart the Chinese Communist Party. A fortress is the easiest to destroy from within. If the Chinese Communist Party wishes to avoid becoming a failed party and a failed state, it need to make big changes in the key leaders at all levels of Chinese politics, education and culture. The new leader of the Chinese Communist Party can only win the final victory in the struggle against the Fellow Traveler Party and the anti-China forces in the West by adhering to the mass line and staying close to the broad masses of the people.”

Translation of July 2012 RedChinaCn.net posting.

Source: WikiLeaks Information Shared Online Exposed China’s Names of Members of Chinese Fellow Traveler Party

Author: Zhang Fenglin

Disclaimer: The following content was found online and and the blogger does not know if it is true. But the Ford Foundation is indeed part of the US Masonic System.

WikiLeaks Exposed the Names of the Chinese Fellow Traveler Party

Author: yinduasan9527

Published:2012-1-8 20:38:00

Source: Tianya Guoguan

Reposted wanshi

WikiLeaks has once again caught a big scorpion. The latest batch of US diplomatic telegrams reveals that the US has implanted a group of “fellow travelers” in China. High ranking Americans are furious and want to shut down “impose sanctions” on the Wikileaks website. This incident, like a stone dropping into a pool, made waves, triggering strong responses from all quarters. The people on the list are naturally at risk. Some have issued statements to explaining themselves and saying that they have done nothing wrong.

Whether the explanations these people are making are true or not, or whether the list is a fabrication, those of us “non-professionals” naturally do not know, but justice always wins out in the end, we can say some “words to comfort them”. Don’t worry, the Americans recognize you as an informant. That this “may be true” is what they want to think.

When the water level goes down, the rocks appear. There is no avoiding that. As to whether “informants” really do exist, many people will think about it and have some understanding of the circumstances will say that is just about certain there are. The reason is very simple. This is consistent with the way Americans act. Some countries like to promote their values ​​everywhere, and subvert values elsewhere (some people disagree with this wording and call this “democratic reform”!?), so in countries that are “dark – deeply unfree and undemocratic gray or whatever color” they are always need to be nurturing some “contacts” – so that that they can explore the situation in those countries and so that these people can do for them some “important work” that they cannot do themselves. To assist movements in these countries and to push events along at the right moment and people will “grab whatever is at hand and rise up” to make big changes in their countries (or promote “democratic reform”). Today, the leaders of several Arab countries have changed. Is it not to the great credit of the XX Group headed by the X country that has been cultivating “informants” for a long time? Everyone knows that some people (and some countries) have been putting up a pretense while actually being ecstatic! And let’s take a look at the list. I wonder if it gives everybody a feeling of being “stunned and memorable”. Anyway, this writer always feels great “admiration” for them.

At first glance, the so-called “informants” are not such hateful people: they are experts and scholars, and they are experts in theory. They are are good talkers and can be “fascinating”. Some are religious teachers. These “important people not of this world” by injecting their own private politics into their preaching is the “Deity”. (Please ask these high ones if this is a violation of divine commandments or teachings). Is this “redemption” (“the God of Money, Redemption by US dollars?). Some journalists and writers use the prestige of the “King of Innocents” to guide public opinion, control the narrative, and peddle certain “new ideas”. Some are business people who dangle the prospect of “theoretical innovation” and associate it with the image of success and earning a lot of money. There are government officials (these people are sensitive!). Some eat Chinese rice but seek something that comes from who knows where (you can catch my meaning).

In short, the “big guys” who seem to be decent and walking in step with the Chinese people (but they bank accounts abroad and green cards) are thinking about how they can serve some foreign countries.

In our country, there are people who, as long as they have not been exposed, are considered to be loyal. When they are exposed, we call them “traitors.” The traitor always stinks. From history we can see that a country that tries to create traitors is not a good country. This time there are so many of them, they have become a group. No wonder some of them claimed to be leading proponents of “internationalism” and just can’t restrain themselves and It’s no wonder that some of you are always arrogant and scream at the little wiki.

People are always too kind. Good people are easily fooled. This time, the “Wiki” brother woke us up. We need to stand up and fight those people with their hidden agendas. Before took care not to eat contaminated pork and cooking oil. Now we have to be careful about problematic people and problematic countries.

We should change what should be changed and be contemptuous of those who deserve it. With respect to some neighbor “some Sam, some Tom, or some maternal uncle X” who tell you to just do whatever you want to do, we Chinese have to get concerned. Those who are desperately trying to help others accomplish their conspiracy (this sentence is awkward, I just don’t know how some people’s brains work), those who want to achieve a so-called “revolution” in China (on TV we can see that countries that do revolutions have lots of people dying everyday, it’s awful…), all your plotting is in vain!!! We’ll solve our own problems, we aren’t going to work for your “foreign assistance”.

A lot of hard work went into investigating the bad things that the United States has done this time. Now we have a list of names and the evidence is conclusive. Although “they” are very strong, but the people have minds of their own. Those fellows have lost a lot of face. To use a current saying, “Whether you believe it or not, I believe it.”

[Appendix]

     Netcom accepts 100 Chinese celebrities funded by the Freemasons Ford Foundation

Reference: http://www.mshw.org/theory/politics/2011-10-28/5742.html

Mao Yuxi: Economist, Director of the Institute of Economics

Li Xing: Economist

Lin X: Economist

Fan x Gang: Economist

Hu X Steel: Economist

Wu x wave: economist

Zheng Xjian, Vice President of the Central Party School

Zhang Weiying: Former Vice President of Guanghua School of Management, Peking University

Yin X Ting, Director of Department of Anthropology, Yunnan University

Xie x Jie, Associate Professor, Sun Yat-Sen University School of Law

Zhang x Chuan, Professor, Affiliated Hospital of Qingdao University

Deng X, Professor, Fudan University

Xie x Ping, vice president of CIC

Chen X Qing, Associate Professor, Tsinghua University School of Management

He X Hong, Professor of Law, NPC

Cai Xitu, Professor of Nankai University, Director of the Institute of Globalization and Global Issues

Li Xchang, Professor of Law, Vice President of Zhongnan University of Economics and Law

Chen X Hao, police officer of the Ministry of Public Security

Chen X Dong, Professor of Law, NPC

Li X Yong, Associate Research Fellow, Institute of the People’s Procuratorate

Jiang X Song, Professor, School of Law, Central University of Finance and Economics

Hu Xwei, Professor of Doctoral Supervisor, Dean of School of International and Public Affairs, Shanghai Jiaotong University

Gao x Quan, senior economist. Jiading, Jiangsu. President of China Economic System Reform Research Association, Reform and Development of Chinese Enterprises

President of the exhibition research association

Wu x Lian, currently a researcher at the Development Research Center of the State Council and a member of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference

Director of the Economic Commission

Zou Xzhuang: Economist

Dong x礽: Economist

Yang x Kai: Economist

Xu x Year: Economist

Hu xliu: Economist

Hai X Wen: Vice President of Peking University

Zhou Xren: Member of the Currency Committee

Zhou xchuan: President of the People’s Bank of China

Easy x: Director of the Foreign Affairs Bureau

Lou x Wei: Economist, Chairman of CIC

Rong x Ben: Economist

Zhang X Jun: Economist

Zhao Xwei: Economist

Liu Xu Xuan: Economist

Ha x Ming,: Economist

Li X Yang, Vice President of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

Chen x Gui, deputy dean of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

Jiang Xping: Professor of Law

He X Fang: Professor of Law at Peking University

Cai X Jian: Professor of Law

Yu x嵘: Legal scholar

Lu X Yuan: Deputy Director of the Development Research Center of the State Council

Li x茁: Director, Institute of Population and Development, Xi’an Jiaotong University

Long live the people

 Published on 2012-7-19 07:13:04 |See only the author

Zhou Xhua: Researcher, Institute of Law, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

Liu Xying: Researcher, Rural Economic Research Department, Development Research Center of the State Council.

Yu Xili: Professor, Doctoral Supervisor, School of Management, Lanzhou University

Pang Xpeng: Associate Professor, School of Agriculture and Rural Development, Renmin University of China

Sun Xyong: Currently a professor and doctoral tutor at Southwest University of Political Science and Law

Du Xchun: Associate Research Fellow, Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

Xu Xcun: Professor Xu Jingcun, Dean of Sun Yat-Sen University School of Law

Yellow x rock

Zhu Xu; Director of the Population and Development Research Center of Fujian Normal University

Luo Xmin; Professor of Tsinghua University, doctoral tutor

Liu Xuxuan: Researcher, Institute of Economics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Deputy Director, Microeconomics Research Office

Li X Ship: Researcher, Institute of Industrial Research, Institute of Economics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

Gu Xyang: Member of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

Li xtong: Researcher at the Development Research Center of the State Council

Li X Shi: Professor of Business Administration, Beijing Normal University

Tian Xsheng: Director of the Department of Economics, China Youth Politics College

Lu X Ling: Deputy Secretary-General of Lu Liling China Economic System Reform Research Association

Yan Zhenzhen: Yan Ruizhen, Director of the Institute of Rural Development, Renmin University of China

Chen Xbo: Visiting Researcher at Tianze Economic Research Institute, Council of Zhejiang University Tianze Private Economy Research Center

Fang Xrong: Vice President of the Party School of Hubei Provincial Party Committee

History x Xinjiang: Director of Northwest Research Center for Social and Economic Development

Mao x Shi: Associate Dean of School of Management, Wuhan University

Xia Xzhong: Professor of the School of Social and Population Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

Guo Xhua, Professor, Department of Sociology, Renmin University of China

Zhuang x韶: Professor of the Department of Sociology, Renmin University of China, research direction for anthropology

Shen X Gao: Professor of Peking University

Zhao X Kai: Deputy Secretary General of China Development Research Foundation of the Development Research Center of the State Council

Zou X甫: Director and Senior Professor of Economic Science Center of Wuhan University

Wu Xhong: Institute of Evidence Science, China University of Political Science and Law

Ye x Zhen: Dean of Fujian Finance Vocational and Technical College

Dong Xqiu: President of Yunnan Farmers University

Jiang Xping: Researcher, Women’s Institute of the All-China Women’s Federation

Zhan X Kang: Professor, Department of Health Statistics and Social Medicine, School of Public Health, Fudan University

Zheng Xsheng: Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Renmin University of China

Zhao Xchen: Researcher, Yunnan Academy of Social Sciences

Wang Xgui: Professor, School of Agriculture and Rural Development, Renmin University of China

Wen X Jun: Dean of the School of Agriculture and Rural Development, Renmin University of China

He x Wen: Professor of China Agricultural University of Economics and Management

Liu X Jing: Researcher, Institute of Agricultural Economics, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences

Gao xfei: Professor of Southwest University of Political Science and Law

Zhang Xfan: Professor of Peking University Law School, Executive Deputy Director of the Center for Constitutional and Administrative Law of Peking University, Chinese Constitutional Law

Vice president of the meeting.

Wang Xwei:

Zhang Xhui; Zhang Zhihui, director of the Institute of Prosecutorial Theory of the Supreme People’s Procuratorate

Bi Xqian: Professor of the National Judges College, Director of the Teaching Department of the National Judges College

Liu x帼;

Xu xting: Senior lawyer of Beijing Yuheng Law Firm

Gu Xzhong: Professor Gu Yongzhong, Vice President of the Institute of Law and Law, China University of Political Science and Law

Zhang Xsheng: Professor of Law School of Fudan University

Han X Yi: Partner of Kyoto Law Firm

Li Xao: Associate Professor, Wuhan University Law School

Fu X Lin: Teacher of Peking University Law School

List source: http://www.tianya.cn/publicforum/content/worldlook/1/426877.shtml

A list of some “informers” protected by the US Embassy in WikiLeaks earlier:

Ma Wei (Protect), sociologist of Peking University and consultant of the United Front Department

Tashi (strictly protect), a lama from Qinghai Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, is currently studying at Beijing Buddhist College. He is “very happy” (Obama meets Dalai in the United States)

Rinpoche (strictly protect) a abbot of Nether in Ningqian County, Qinghai, telling PolOff that all 400 nuns in the nunnery know that Obama meets Dalai and is excited

Lausang Cicheng Pengcuo (strictly protect), Living Buddha at Lucang Temple, Guinan County, Qinghai

Zhang Jianguo (Protect), Deputy Director of the State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs

Yan Bin (Protect), Director of Business Social Responsibility and Office of the former Ministry of Civil Affairs of the Beijing Office of the China Foundation Office of the Asian Foundation

Liao Anxi (Protect), Project Officer of the Asia Foundation (TAF)

Wang Zhenyao, former Director of Social Welfare and Philanthropy Promotion Department of the Ministry of Civil Affairs

Woeser, blogger of Tibetan dissidents

Hu Yan (Protect), Director and Professor of the Department of Ethnic and Religious Theory, Department of Scientific Socialism, CPC Central Party School

Yangling Dorje (protection), retired former chairman of the Tibet CPPCC, Hu Yaobang’s great admirer

Liu Xiaoyuan (Protect), Human Rights Lawyer

Ma Wei (Protect), Ph.D. student, China Research Center, Tsinghua University

Niu Jingfei (Protect), graduate student of Tsinghua University

About 高大伟 David Cowhig

Retired now, translated Liao Yiwu's 2019 "Bullets and Opium", and studying some things. Worked 25 years as a US State Department Foreign Service Officer including ten years at US Embassy Beijing and US Consulate General Chengdu and four years as a China Analyst in the Bureau of Intelligence and Research. Before State I translated Japanese and Chinese scientific and technical books and articles into English freelance for six years. Before that I taught English at Tunghai University in Taiwan for three years. And before that I worked two summers on Norwegian farms, milking cows and feeding chickens.
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