Baoji Municipal Committee of the CCP #moonbat #psycho taiwannews.com.tw

On Sunday, the Baoji Municipal Committee of the CCP reposted a video to the YouTube-like platform Xigua. In the video, the narrator calls for nuclear attacks against Japan if it attempts to defend Taiwan from a Chinese attack and proposes a "Japan Exception Theory.", apparently suggesting that Japan become the exception to the "no first use" (NFU) nuclear warfare policy that China declared in 1964.

The video starts by saying that if Japan "dares to intervene with force" when China "liberates" Taiwan, the communist country will strike first with nuclear bombs and continue to use them until Japan surrenders unconditionally "for the second time."

The narrator then gives a history lesson about atrocities committed by Japanese soldiers during the Sino-Japanese wars and warns that if a third war breaks out, the Chinese people will "take revenge for both old and new scores." It points out that Japan is the only country in the world to have suffered a nuclear attack; therefore, unleashing nuclear weapons upon Japan "will yield twice the result with half the effort."

In the second video, the narrator focuses on the numerical superiority and fighting will of PLA. The video also claims that after Japan is defeated, China will break up its four main islands into independent countries under the "supervision" of China and Russia, which will both establish military garrisons there.

The narrator adds that Okinawa will be broken off from Japan and either be managed by China or made into an independent country. The video concludes with a vow to punish Yoshihide Suga, Abe Shinzo, and Aso Taro and force the Liberal Democratic Party and Japanese right-wing parties and organizations to pay "heavy war reparations."

China Baiyang Sigui Lingbao Holy Path and Lin #fundie taiwannews.com.tw

Nineteen people were rescued from a Chinese cult, while its leader and four other followers were arrested in late August, central Taiwan, after a young Taiwanese was allegedly tortured to death by cult members in China.

The religious cult, China Baiyang Sigui Lingbao Holy Path (中華白陽四貴靈寶聖道會), was founded in China by a 61-year-old woman claiming to be a living Buddha. Surnamed Lin (林), she was busted in a remote mountainous area of Nantou by Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB) officers, Taichung and Nantou police.

The raid was the culmination of several months of investigation begun by the CIB earlier this year. This followed the suspicious death of a young female member of the cult, after visiting the group’s compound in China.

In March, the 20-year-old Taiwanese woman told her family she would be traveling to Nanning, Guangxi Province, to study religious teachings. She died in mysterious circumstances and her parents suspected she had been tortured to death by cult members.


Lin promised to "purify the soul" in order to entice new members. She also encouraged converts to introduce family members, and the cult reportedly grew to 100 members, aged from two to 80 years old, reported Liberty Times.

It was allegedly very difficult to leave the cult and individual thought was repressed. Those who attempted to leave would be held in captivity and beaten.

Members would monitor and report on each other. Whenever a member failed to follow cult rules, especially expressing a wish to leave, leaders would violently beat them.

Other violations that were punished included "ignoring the gods" and "swearing in the name of the sage," reported UDN. In addition to beatings, punishments meted out included not being allowed to bathe or eat, and binding the hands and feet.

According to the police, dozens of cult members were beaten and injured under Lin's watch. A two-year-old girl was thrown around and beaten by followers with quilts and cushions; while injuries to adult members included severe bruising on the back, thighs and buttocks, according to UDN.