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April 24, 2005
Chinese Nationalist Party Reestablished in China
New York City, April 24, 2005 -- The Huang Hua Gang Magazine, a Chinese quarterly periodical published in New York City, NY USA, disclosed an explosive breaking news from China today. On April 23, 2005, delegates representing underground associations across 17 provinces and cities of Mainland China gathered in front of the Mausoleum of Dr. Sun Yat-Tsen in Nanjing, China, to respectfully report to Dr. Sun Yat-Tsen, the founding father of the Chinese Nationalist Party and the Republic of China, the reestablishment of the Chinese Nationalist Party.
“This is sort of an earthshaking macro-change, which hopefully will lead to a fundamental reshaping of China’s political landscape and ultimately end the world’s largest communist regime,” said Mr. Robert Chou, Board Chairman, the Huang Hua Gang Magazine. “The dream of generations of Chinese pro-democracy activists has finally come true.”
“This breaking news announced by the Huang Hua Gang Magazine [on behalf of delegates] happened right before the arrival of the delegation of the Chinese Nationalist Party (CNP) in Taiwan headed by Mr. Lian Chan, the party chairman, at Mainland China for the so-called the ‘third cooperation between CNP and CCP [Chinese Communist Party]’,” said Mr. Xin Haonian, Chief Editor, the Huang Hua Gang Magazine. “It will not only draw great attention from both inside and outside of China, but also help the people of Taiwan and other countries to understand the actual conditions of China and the true feeling of Chinese people.”
According to the Chinese Nationalist Party reestablished in Mainland, for several years, underground associations all over China had been planning to reestablish the Chinese Revolutionary Alliance on August 20 of this year, the centennial anniversary of the founding of the organization with the same name by Dr. Sun Yat-Tsen, with the objectives of carrying out the unfulfilled will of Dr. Sun Yat-Tsen, promoting the Three Principles of the People, calling for peaceful republican revolution to end the communist dictatorship, and reestablishing the Republic of China. However, due the ever elevating “communist-loving fever” of the Chinese Nationalist Party in Taiwan (CNPTW), and especially because of the “landing” of Mr. Chiang Pin-Kung, the Vice Chairman of CNPTW and the impending “landing” of, Mr. Lian Chan, the Chairman, the Chinese people, which had kept great hopes toward CNPTW, has finally and completely despaired after being disappointed for one too many time. Therefore, after many discussions, the delegates have decided to advance the date and to reestablish the Chinese Nationalist Party, to demonstrate that they shall take over the true Chinese Nationalist Party found by Dr. Sun Yat-Tsen and belonged to entire China, and they shall follow the “revolution has yet to succeed and my fellow comrades shall put in more efforts” calling of Dr. Sun Yat-Tsen, for the democracy, unification, peace, and development of China, to carry out the republican revolution of China to its final victory and to ultimately make China a true republic.
“This reestablishment of the Chinese Nationalist Party in Mainland China will once again be subject to ruthless and bloody suppressions of the communist regime,” Mr. Xin continued. “However, nowadays in China, people have become disillusioned. It’s likely that the reestablishment of the Chinese Nationalist Party is going to produce a chain reaction and cause the collapse of the current regime. The first republic in Asia, the Republic of China, very hopefully will reborn in the flame ignited by these brave souls.”
The Huang Hua Gang Magazine also read the Proclamation on Reestablishing the Chinese Nationalist Party and its attachment, the Statement on Reestablishing the Chinese Nationalist Party, and the announcements 1 to 7 of the Chinese Nationalist Party (Reestablished). These documents showed respect of the delegates toward the Chinese Nationalist Party of the eras of Dr. Sun Yat-Tsen, Mr. Chiang Kai-Shek, and Mr. Chiang Ching-Kuo, their despair and outrage toward the Chinese Nationalist Party in Taiwan, why they were forced to reestablish the Chinese Nationalist Party, and other important documents of the party to be published in the near future.
About the Huang Hua Gang Magazine
The Huang Hua Gang Magazine is a well-known independent quarterly magazine published in Chinese by the Modern Chinese History Studies, Inc., New York, NY USA. The magazine was established in October 10, 2001 and was the exclusive source for the breaking news story in March 2004 of the partitions to the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party by Dr. Jiang Yanyong, calling for reevaluation of the decision of the armed crackdown of the defenseless protesters in and around June 4th . The objectives of the magazine are to enthusiastically promote the Chinese culture, to tell a truthful history of contemporary China, and to push forward democracy and prosperity in China.
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