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State of Mankind

  1. 9-2: The Mystery Cave




    Nine: Jiang’s Beginning And End
    2: The Mystery Cave




    In the early spring of 2005, Udumbara flowers were found blooming at two temples in the Republic of Korea.
    Later, in Taiwan and many locations in mainland China, Udumbara flowers were blooming. The flowers are shaped like bells and give out a pleasant fragrance.



    This is no ordinary flower. And it blossoms only ...
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  2. 9-1: Resentment From Hell




    Nine: Jiang’s Beginning & End

    1: Resentment From Hell




    In the Ninth year of the Wude Period of the Tang Dynasty, the founding Emperor, Gaozu, also known as Li Yuan, with the help of his formidable second son, Li Shimin, quelled 18 rival kings and 72 groups of rebels, unified and secured the nation.
    Gaozu had four sons. Baby son, Li Yuanba, died young. The rests were Jiancheng, King ...
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  3. 8-6: King Of Toads




    Eight: Craving For Grandiose
    6: King Of Toads




    The CCP’s believing and spreading atheism. Its philosophy of fighting Haven, fighting Earth, and fighting people, is against the very essence of Chinese tradition and culture, that is respect of God, Haven and Earth, and belief of harmony between mankind and nature. The CCP destroyed China’s natural environment and cultural heritage. Lakes, such as Bai-yang-dian ...
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  4. 8-5: A Rascal Underneath




    Eight: Craving For Grandiose

    5: A Rascal Underneath




    On August 15 the year 2000, before Jiang Zemin visited the US, to drum up momentum, and demonstrate to the West how open-minded and wise he was, Jiang arranged for Mike Wallace, the host of CBS’s 60 Minutes, to interview him.



    Jiang pretended to have a magnanimous attitude and indicated that the purpose of the ...
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  5. 8-4: Bravo, Hongkong!




    Eight: Craving For Grandiose
    4: Bravo, Hongkong!




    In 1984, an agreement arranging the return of Hongkong to mainland China in 1997, was signed between British Prime Minister Magaret Thatcher and Chinese Premier Zhao Ziyang. Both leaders promised to attend the Hongkong return ceremony. In 1997, Zhao requested to attend the ceremony in Hongkong. Jiang exploded: “Absurd!” pounding his fist on the table. ...
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