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Ulgupata and the chalice of poison

Does one have to drink the poison to know if it’s poisonous?
A fairy tale.

Once upon a time there was a young man named Ulgupata. He lived in a faraway land where people were doing well. Everyone had food and drink and a hut where they could rest in the dry after the hard but fulfilling work.
But one day the young man began to wonder.

Why does one farmer have more cows than the other? Why can’t I have a beautiful wife like my brother? He began to believe that it was all unfair and that everyone should be equal in all matters.

In autumn, people from many villages came together to thank the gods for the harvest. On this occasion Ulgupata met an stranger from a far away village. This stranger also had this feeling of injustice in his gut. He told Ulgupata about a paradise where everyone is equal and everyone shares everything. All people were happy there. Ulgupata’s eyes began to glisten and he began to dream.
Ulgupata asked the stranger where he could find this paradise. The stranger told him that there was a house in another village. There it could be found. He continued: “Above the entrance is written “Communist Paradise”. You will find a room with a big table inside. On it is a sparkling, beautiful chalice with a drink in it. The potion smells wonderful. If you drink it, you will go to paradise.” Ulgupata was delighted. He had to go there and asked for directions. The stranger explained him everything in detail.

After the feast of the harvest the two went their separate ways. The next day, Ulgupata told his friends about his encounter with the stranger and the chalice, whose drink would bring him to paradise. His friends were very shocked when they heard that Ulgupata wanted to go there in search of the “Communist Paradise”. “Don’t you know how many people died when they took the drink?” his friend Eltisuma warned. Selpatruti, another friend, added in horror: “Everyone knows that this cup is poisonous and that you go insane and die after drinking it. Our ancestors already knew that. Why don’t you believe it?” Ulgupata replied: “Have you seen the dead after drinking this cup? I do not believe that. Who wouldn’t want to go to paradise, where everything is so unfair here. For that you have to dare somewhat.”

Ulgupata could not be dissuaded from his intention to take this drink to reach the promised paradise. Eltisuma and Selpatruti decided to accompany him to this house. Perhaps they could still hold him off from dying in this terrible way.

After the three had wandered for several days over mountains, hills and through many beautiful valleys, they now stood in front of the house of the “Communist Paradise”. Ulgupata was already excited with joy and urged to go inside. Eltisuma and Selpatruti hesitated at first. However, they were convinced that everything would come to a good end and that they themselves could certainly resist the temptation to drink the chalice.

At the river Ahupassa the three friends refreshed themselves on their long hike

So they went into the house. Right after the entrance a staircase led down into the cellar vault. A musty smell rose up. But our three friends were in a hurry and so this detail escaped them. They immediately climbed up the large, wide stairs to the first floor. To the left and right of the upper floor was a long corridor with many doors, all of which were slightly ajar.
Straight ahead, one door was open and led into a small hall, which was splendidly but coolishly furnished. A stately chair stood at a large long table. At the end of the table, where the chair stood, the beautiful chalice sparkled as predicted. Ulgupata bent over it to inhale the fine fragrance of the drink. Many wise sounding sayings were painted on the walls. At the other end of the room hung a large portrait of a hairy, bearded man who seemed to look at them grimly. Eltisuma and Selpatruti shuddered at the sight. All of them suddenly paused for a moment and were silent. The two friends looked at each other and said almost simultaneously, “Can you hear those screams? It is as our grandparents had already warned us. There are screams from the other rooms out in the hall. Those who drank the cup have gone mad. They are torturing those who did not want to drink the cup.” A shiver went up and down their backs. They asked Ulgupata if he could hear this? He replied, “No, I hear music in my ears. I will now have the drink!”
Selpatruti turned to Ulgupata and spoke with a serious, clear but friendly voice: “Ulgupata, my friend, listen to us! Why must you drink the poison to know that it is deadly? Don’t be foolish. How can you even get to paradise in this way. This is a lie!”

Something appeared to be going on in Ulgupata. Apparently the words of Selpatruti had moved him deeply. Anyway, after a while he replied contemplatively, “All right, let’s go out into the hallway and look into the rooms. I want to see for myself if what you told me was true.”
The ajar doors in the hallway were marked with signs. On them were words like “Cultural Revolution”, “Great Leap”, “One Child Policy”, “Persecution of Dissidents”, “Re-education Camp”, “Forced Labor” and many more. Together they opened the door with the sign “Great Leap”. With sheer horror on his face, Ulgupata quickly closed the door after he had taken a look inside. What he saw was so unimaginably horrible and made him sink to his knees. Sobbing, it burst out of Ulgupata: “How can humans do this to each other?” His friends, like him, were speechless and pale. They helped him up and together they hurried down the stairs. “Look, there are steps leading down to the basement,” Eltisuma said. “I wonder what’s down there. And what’s that musty smell?” When they got to the bottom, they lit a torch to see better, and almost simultaneously, a scream broke out of them, which went through their bones and was probably heard throughout the village. Dead bodies as far as the eye could reach.

Fleeing, they left the building and sat down on an overturned tree trunk in a nearby forest. When they had recovered their breath, Ulgupata said, “You were right. I almost drank the cup and believed the lies. Thank you for saving me from this terrible illusion. I will never forget this for all eternity!”
Selpatruti and Eltisuma just nodded silently. All three felt a sense of relief that everything has come out in such a benign fashion.

In the foreign village the three friends stocked up on the necessary provisions and took the long way home under their feet. The further they were from the “Communist Paradise”, the lighter they felt in their hearts. They began to sing joyful songs of gratitude. Soon they were home again and told everyone what they had experienced and seen. The grandmother of Ulgupata sat all the time quietly and attentively on a chair slightly away and listened to the stories. When the three of them finished their tale, she said to her grandson, “I am grateful that you are back. You never wanted to listen to me when I warned you of this danger. Sometimes it is wise to believe others without wanting to experience it yourself and thus not yield to the temptations of evil. And remember: there is no shortcut to paradise. But that’s another story…”

The three friends Ulgupata, Eltisuma and Selpatruti lived in peace and liberty in their village and continued to tell their grandchildren the story of the long journey to the distant village and what they had learned from it.
And they all lived happily ever after.

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Révéler et éliminer les causes de la pandémie du coronavirus!

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Appel au Conseil fédéral (gouvernement suisse)
Révéler et éliminer les causes de la pandémie du coronavirus!

Niederhasli, le 5 avril 2020

Chers Conseillers fédéraux

Ces dernières semaines, le Conseil fédéral a imposé, dans le but de sauver des vies, des mesures extrêmement drastiques pour endiguer la propagation du coronavirus.

Nous constatons que de nombreux citoyens sont très inquiets, voire même effrayés. Pour contribuer à réduire ces craintes, nous proposons de nous concentrer davantage sur les causes de la crise que sur les symptômes de la maladie.

Examinons le contexte en Chine pour identifier une cause possible de cette pandémie. Le virus aurait été découvert pour la première fois dans la ville de Wuhan en Chine. Les premiers cas sont apparus au début du mois de décembre 2019. Lorsque des médecins ont commencé à lancer l’alerte, les autorités les ont réduits au silence. Par la suite, le Parti communiste chinois (PCC) est resté silencieux sur la pandémie imminente pendant environ six semaines. Pendant ce temps, le virus s’est propagé sans entrave dans toutes les provinces chinoises ainsi qu’à l’étranger. Par la suite, la population chinoise a été placée de force en résidence surveillée. Pendant tout ce temps, il y a eu une censure rigoureuse de tous les médias, y compris les médias sociaux. Le PCC démontre ainsi une fois de plus sa peur panique de toute critique ainsi que de la vérité. Actuellement, le PCC utilise la propagande pour détourner l’attention de ses propres manquements et blâme même d’autres États pour l’épidémie. Alors que son propre pays est en crise et que les gens sont désespérés et en colère contre le Parti, la Chine joue le rôle de sauveur à l’étranger – une vieille tactique communiste.

Avec ses omissions, ses mensonges et son oppression, le PCC a provoqué la propagation mondiale du virus et la souffrance humaine qui en résulte. Le PCC est donc également directement responsable de l’immense préjudice économique mondial. C’est pourquoi nous (tout comme le Washington Post) appelons à juste titre ce virus « virus du PCC ». Dans certains pays, un nombre croissant de voix s’élèvent pour demander au PCC d’assumer ses responsabilités juridiques et politiques, et d’indemniser les dommages.

Il suffit d’un coup d’œil dans les livres d’histoire pour découvrir les traînées de sang dont le PCC est responsable. Depuis sa prise violente du pouvoir il y a soixante-dix ans, la violence, l’oppression, la misanthropie et la lutte des classes ont caractérisé la dictature communiste en Chine. Le pitoyable peuple chinois est pratiquement tenu en otage. D’innombrables crimes sans précédent jalonnent le parcours de ce Parti. Quelques exemples : le « Grand Bond en avant » (environ 45 millions de morts), la révolution culturelle (environ 20 millions de morts) ainsi que la persécution des Ouïghours, des Tibétains, des chrétiens et du Falun Gong qui se poursuit encore aujourd’hui. Il faut mentionner ici le prélèvement forcé d’organes sur des prisonniers de conscience vivants, qui, par son ampleur et sa cruauté, représente un génocide jamais vu auparavant [1]. Tous ces crimes sont connus et documentés. Néanmoins, les chefs d’État et les entreprises s’assoient à la même table que les criminels responsables. L’appât du gain rapide est placé au-dessus des droits de l’homme et de l’éthique. Certains peuvent objecter que leurs interlocuteurs et leurs partenaires commerciaux ne sont ni des meurtriers ni des malfaiteurs. Mais pour qu’une dictature fonctionne, il ne suffit pas qu’un dictateur soit au sommet. D’autres soutiens sont indispensables avec par exemple l’organisation du Parti, les finances, la technologie (par exemple pour la surveillance), l’infrastructure, la propagande (musique, littérature, film, sports, éducation, médias, etc.). Par conséquent, les affaires et les contacts, quels qu’ils soient, servent directement ou indirectement à maintenir le système de répression et le manque de liberté. C’est précisément en cela que réside notre complicité.

Un proverbe bouddhiste dit : « Le bien est rétribué par le bien, et le mal par le mal. » Ou encore, selon les mots de Léonard de Vinci : « Qui néglige de punir le mal sanctionne. »

Ce sont des principes universels qui font partie de toutes les vraies religions ou de la culture traditionnelle. À l’origine, les lois de la société étaient fondées sur eux. Malheureusement, de nombreux pays occidentaux sont tombés dans les pièges et la propagande du régime communiste et se sont ainsi directement ou indirectement sali les mains.

Voici également une observation intéressante : Les pays qui se sont particulièrement liés d’amitié avec le PCC (par exemple l’Iran, l’Italie, l’Espagne, la Suisse) sont également plus touchés par le virus. L’Allemagne enregistre le plus grand nombre d’infections par le virus dans la Rhénanie-du-Nord-Westphalie – plus de 1000 entreprises chinoises y sont implantées. Dans le nord de l’Italie, où l’épidémie a son épicentre en Europe, 4000 entreprises chinoises sont enregistrées seulement dans la province de Prato et environ 30 000 Chinois y vivent. En revanche, Hong Kong ou Taïwan, qui malgré leur proximité géographique avec la Chine se maintiennent clairement à distance du PCC et de ses méthodes, enregistrent relativement peu de cas. Pure coïncidence ? Il semble que le virus suive le projet de la nouvelle route de la soie, connue sous le nom « La Ceinture et la Route »…

Il est donc essentiel de prendre clairement ses distances par rapport au Parti communiste chinois et à ses manifestations parfois bien camouflées (par exemple, les entreprises de haute technologie et les Instituts Confucius) et de condamner les crimes du parti. Il est grand temps de mettre enfin un terme au dialogue à huis clos sur les droits de l’homme avec la Chine, et au lieu de cela, de s’adresser publiquement au PCC dans un langage clair !

Le monde a longtemps été trompé par les mensonges et la propagande du PCC. Mais aujourd’hui, ces mensonges sont devenus si évidents et si effrontés qu’on ne les croit plus. En Suisse, les électeurs informés ont depuis longtemps compris ce jeu unilatéral. Nous encourageons le Conseil fédéral à prendre clairement et sans ambiguïté ses distances par rapport à la Chine. Le PCC est sur le point de périr. Veuillez éviter que notre pays ne se laisse entraîner dans ce tourbillon de l’histoire.

Nous sommes convaincus qu’une telle mesure serait un bon moyen de sortir de la crise du virus du PCC et qu’elle permettrait d’éliminer la cause fondamentale de la pandémie.

Dans l’intérêt à long terme de la Suisse, nous demandons au Conseil fédéral de ne pas succomber aux tentations et aux promesses vides du PCC. Les profits à court terme des affaires avec des criminels génèrent à long terme du malheur !

Merci beaucoup d’avoir pris le temps de lire cette lettre.

Salutations cordiales
Les citoyens suisses suivants ont signé cet appel :
Manu Huwyler, Jan Düblin und Lorenz Amstutz

Informations au sujet des prélèvements forcés d’organes en Chine :
[1] https://chinatribunal.com/final-judgment-report/

Contact pour les questions ou les commentaires : Lorenz Amstutz, e-mail : appellbundesrat[at]gmx.ch
Lien vers la pétition en ligne : https://www.change.org/sayNOtotheCCP

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