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This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-10-14 15:38|
Revolutionar Post time: 2014-10-14 15:14
Jackie gone mad with a drug addict son caught by Beijing police taking drugs.
JACKIE CHAN'S SON WAS MOST LIKELY THE VICTIM OF A SETUP TO FRAME HIM . . . analyzing all the threads that led to his arrest, by a Taiwanese icon who was supposedly used in a public campaign against the use of drugs. The key is the question, "WHO BENEFITS FROM THIS FRAMEUP?" Corollary to which is, "WHO SUFFERS THE MOST FROM THIS FRAMEUP?" These two questions determine the entire nature of the case, over and above what the young man did, what laws he violated, and what punishments he deserves. Why? Because his father is, regardless of whether he likes it or not, an icon of China's youth in his generation, and a model of what the young, the self-made men, and the fathers of a new generation of Chinese youth should be like. And the Anti-China forces have the most to gain in smearing this image. To deliberate on his son's fate without reference to politics is desirable, in order to uphold the fairness of the law, but to ignore the political forces that brought about, or rather induced his son to make a mistake, common in many young, inexperienced men, is to be unfair in the broader sense of the law, which is to protect the public interest, because the loss to his young man's future, was aimed by foreign and anti-Chinese political forces, to bring about a greater loss to all the younger generation of Chinese men and women, to follow in the footsteps of his far more famous father, as a true patriot who never forgot his roots and his country, even at the heights of his fame and fortune. This greater loss to the greater public in their loss of a MODEL OF YOUTH PATRIOTISM ALL THE WAY TO MATURITY OF AGE is what should be weighed against the loss of not punishing a crime in setting an example to other would be offenders to deter them from it. Nobody has the right to question the fairness and sagacity of the Chinese court now handling the problem, nor is this post any attempt to do so. But words of fairness need to have their day in this forum of public opinion, just as the defamatory remarks by foreign stooges and calumnists have already had more than they fair share of this China Daily forum.