During the past ten years, the Chinese Communist Party regime invested much money and talent to establish friendships and loyalties with leading politicians, business leaders, and public school and college teachers and administrators in Atlantic County, one of the smallest in New Jersey. Did they do this in every county or every state in America? If not, what was so special about Atlantic County? What did they expect in return? What did they get?
On April 29, 2020, New Jersey with 8 million residents had 116,365 coronavirus / COVID19 cases and 6,771 deaths. Most infections and death happened AFTER New Jersey began statewide shutdowns and lockdowns in mid-March.
Meanwhile, Taiwan, the only part of China not conquered and occupied by the Communist Party regime had 429 cases and 6 deaths for its 24 million people without any shutdowns or lockdowns. Taiwan was also exposed to the disease a full month before New Jersey. Anti-Communist South Korea and Hong Kong also quickly and effectively controlled coronavirus without lockdowns.
Why didn’t any top U.S. Health Official apply any of the methods used by Taiwan, South Korea, or Hong Kong to control coronavirus and save lives? Why didn’t they even mention this? Why didn’t the media or any celebrities even talk about this?
Ten years of “free” trips to China and various exchange agreements between the Communist regime and local government, school and college officials in Atlantic County alone may explain. If the regime invested so much money and effort just in one small New Jersey county, it probably spent much more in larger cities, schools and colleges around the country. . . and far more with Wall Street banks, big corporations, and top state and national politicians.
Linwood is a small suburb of Atlantic City, NJ with nearly 7,000 residents. Its Belhaven Middle School has roughly 400 students. However, in 2018, the Communist Chinese Party regime paid for top Linwood public school officials to visit seven schools in China and to make “sister school agreement” with three of them.
The trip was reported in all local newspapers. Here is how The Sentinel of Somers Point Linwood and Northfield reported the trip on March 14, 2018:
“Program to ‘make the world a smaller place’. Linwood group visits China, signs sister-school agreements.”
By Kristen Kelleher, Sentinel Staff:
LINWOOD — Belhaven Middle School Principal Susa Speirs said what was so fabulous about a budding exchange program between the Linwood School District and three schools in China is that ‘we can learn from each other and make the world a smaller place’. ‘And smaller places are friendlier places’, she added.
Recently Speirs, along with a few school district teachers, Samantha Coyle and Pete Davis, as well as Board of Education member Craig Kahn, recently visited seven schools in the process of setting up this exchange program. They gave a presentation on this trip during a recent school board meeting.
The schools they toured included one with a world champion robotics team, a top science school, and one school with more than 400 ping pong tables.
Kahn, who is also an assistant principal at the Joyanne D. Miller Elementary School in Egg Harbor Township said they were treated “like royalty the whole time”.
This included their arrival at about midnight, when they were met at the airport with flowers and toy stuffed pandas. . .
Stockton University also has a relationship with the Chinese Communist Party regime, according to this July 2013 article in the Press of Atlantic City: (Click here for full story: https://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/news/local/everyone-has-a-story-from-china-to-stockton/article_b99b8d8e-2bfb-58ff-b6ac-68e9da85de6b.html)
Michael Limb, honorary chairman of Asian-Americans for Atlantic City, said he will accompany the mayor on the trip, which Limb said is being organized to explore trade opportunities, seek out investors and start a collegiate foreign student exchange program.
“It’s normal procedure for the inviting side to provide all transportation and room and board,” said Limb, who also heads the Asian-American Council based in Flushing, N.Y. “We’re 80 percent sure that will happen.”