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Why Didn’t China Prevent the Loss of 86,000 Lives?

Posted by feww on May 29, 2008

China Regime: As Evil as Evil Comes!

Are Earthquake Predictions in China Political?

The following excerpts are from an article written by Wu Weilin, Epoch Times Staff [ May 28, 2008 ] Full Article

Was the recent devastating earthquake in Sichuan, China predicted before it struck? Did the Chinese regime ignore earthquake warnings and thereby caused the loss of more than 86,000 lives?

“On July 28, 2006, the Director of the China Earthquake Administration, Chen Jianmin, was speaking on a program of the regime’s mouth piece, China’s Central TV station. He stated with certainty that earthquakes were predictable. But immediately after the recent devastation in Sichuan, Chinese officials claimed that the prediction of earthquakes was a tough task worldwide. Another commentator said that earthquake prediction in China is a political issue.” Said Wu Weilin of Epoch Times.


[Wrapping it up!] Soldiers march to scatter disinfectant in Yingxiu town of Wenchuan county, the epicentre of the earthquake, Sichuan province May 26, 2008. REUTERS/Stringer The image may be subject to copyright. See FEWW Fair Use Notice!

What Happened to the Predictions?

“According to Chen, China has been predicting earthquakes since the Xingtai earthquake back in 1966, which killed 8,064 people. ‘Through continuous scientific research and information gained from many actual cases, we can make a prediction on a certain type of earthquake.’ However, after the earthquake in Sichuan took place, Zhang Ziaodong from the China Earthquake Networks Center held a press conference at China’s State Department on May 13. At the conference Zhang denied the quake in Sichuan was predictable and said that predicting earthquakes was a ‘difficult task worldwide.'”

Why did the Chinese media stay quiet about this important issue? “A frontline reporter disclosed that Beijing had sent out rules on reporting the earthquake, ‘To propagate positive, constructive news and forbidding criticism and introspective articles.’ Recently, according to our source, Beijing has officially banned discussing the subject of earthquake prediction in public.

“However, more and more information has indicated accurate prediction on the quake had been presented to Beijing on many occasions. The communist military had also taken preventative measures based on the predictions.”

Predictions Had Saved Lives Before, Why Not This Time?

“Chen also said during an interview with CCTV two years ago, that following an accurate prediction, a quake that took place in China on February 4, 1975, only took 1,300 lives instead of 100,000. Chen also gave examples from overseas, how predicting earthquakes had cut down the number of deaths – only three died in California in 2003 and 40 in Japan in 2004, two countries where earthquake prediction was released before the event.

“By May 24, 2008, the Sichuan quake was estimated to have killed 60,560, injured 352,290, and 26,221 people were still missing, according to information released from China’s State Department. A Chinese social economist, He Qinglian, commented about the difference in speeches coming out of Beijing about quake prediction before and after Sichuan, ‘In China, earthquake prediction is pure science and earthquake forecasting announcement is pure politics. This is how it works in China, whether in the past or present.‘” [emphasis added.]

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  5. feww said

    Moderators invite intelligent comments. Readers are expected to read the post before making a comment. Unintelligent comments are invariably edited out. See below for additional information:

    You Killed My Baby: China Dead and Missing Nos Climb, Again!
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    We all know that earthquakes are natural disasters. But what happened to our children also has human causes, and they’re even more frightening. —A grieved parent who lost his son.
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    Why was the quake nurse reduced to tears and had to beg the soldiers to rescue children? If rescuing the children wasn’t their priority, and clearly it wasn’t, what were the soldiers ordered to do?
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    The Riddle of the Chinese Paratroopers: Were they rescuing survivors or preventing plague [in a hurry?]

    More questions:
    1. Wenchuan is on a major fault line that runs from Yunnan to Ningxia. [A fact known to the Chinese seismologists including Zhang Guomin, a research fellow with the China Seismological Bureau.] Why did your government allow any villages/towns built there in the first place?

    2. Why did your government allow substandard school building erected in the Sichuan province.

    3. Why were your army/paramilitary instructed to do nothing for 48 hours after they arrived in the disaster area?

    4. Which of the following options best suits the Chinese government?
    i) BEFORE: Try relocating 5 million irate people from the relative comfort of their homes to concentration camps, thereby inviting full-scale riots
    ii) AFTER: Remove the lower number of grateful survivors from the rubbles and send them anywhere at will [not only they would be utterly traumatized, scared, injured, hungry and weak to offer any resistance, they would welcome a modicum of security by way of a bowl of rice for food and a tent for shelter.] Bet they would even sing Kumbaya in Chinese waving their red flags–save for the bereaved parents who lost their kids!

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