Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Locke's Wife Has Ties To Chinese POWER BROKERS...Once a Communist Always A Communist?

Obama is letting CHINA PICK HIS SECRETARY OF COMMERCE? Lets GET REAL...Gary Locke has serious ties to China...especially through his wife Lee. Seems that Lee's father was not just one of the three billion average Chinese Citizens. He was almost royalty in some ways, grew up with not one, but THIRTY SERVANTS, 11 bathrooms, and even more bedrooms! (Lee's Father's boyhood home NOW HOUSES NINETEEN FAMILIES! Lee's FAMILY CONNECTIONS include the FATHER OF THE CHINE REPUBLIC in one Sun Yat-sen:

In Chinese history he is known as "The Father of the Revolution" or "The Father of the Republic." In the West he is considered the most important figure of Chinese history in the twentieth century. As a revolutionary, he lived most of his life in disappointment. For over twenty years he struggled to bring a nationalist and democratic revolution to China and when he finally triumphed with the establishment of the Chinese Republic in 1912 with him as president, he had it cruelly snatched from him by the dictatorial and ambitious Yüan Shih-kai. He died in 1924, with China in ruins, torn by the anarchy and violence of competing warlords. His ideas, however, fueled the revolutionary fervor of the early twentieth century and became the basis of the Nationalist government established by Chiang Kai-shek in 1928. Sun Yat-sen based his idea of revolution on three principles: nationalism, democracy, and equalization. These three principles, in fact, were elevated to the status of basic principles: the Three People's Principles. The first of these held that Chinese government should be in the hands of the Chinese rather than a foreign imperial house. Government should be republican and democratically elected. Finally, disparities in land ownership should be equalized among the people, wealth more evenly distributed, and the social effects of unbridled capitalism and commerce should be mitigated by government. The latter principle involved the nationalization of land; Sun believed that land ownership allows too much power to accrue to the hands of landlords. In his nationalization theory, people would be deprived of the right to own land, but they could still retain other rights over the land by permission of the state. In Sun's theory of democracy, government would be divided into five separate branches: the executive, legislative, judicial, the censorate, and the civil service system. The latter two branches primarily functioned as a check on the first three, which are the more familiar branches of government to Westerners. The latter two were also traditional branches of the Chinese government and functioned indepedently. The civil service had been around since the Han period and the censorae had been created by the Hong Wu emperor at the beginning of the Ming dynasty (1368-1644). This form of government, however, was never really instituted in Nationalist China.

Even if you want to ignore Locke's OBVIOUS campaign financing to talk about your MONKS Mr. Locke, his wife's strong ties to China through her relatives and family friends, couple with the Lobbying and legal work on China's behalf on the part of the law firm that Locke is associated with, and there is plenty to suggest Locke is NOT A GOOD PICK. Couple that with the potential SECURITY RISK of Gary's Locke's wife funneling Commerce Department Secrets to the Chinese, and Locke's nomination should be shit canned.

Another Lee Relative:
Sun Ke or Sun Fo (Chinese: 孫科)(October 21, 1891September 13, 1973) was a high-ranking official in the government of the Republic of China. He had the courtesy name of Zhesheng (哲生).
He was born in Xiangshan (now Zhongshan), Guangdong, China as the son of revolutionary father Sun Yat-sen and his first wife Lu Muzhen. He travelled abroad to study, earning a Bachelor of Arts from the University of California, Berkeley in 1916 and a Master of Science from Columbia University in 1917. He also received an honorary LL.D. from Columbia. He married Kwai Jun Chun and had two sons and two daughters.
After returning to China, Sun Ke was appointed Mayor of Guangzhou, where the Kuomintang's government headed by his father was headquartered, serving from 1920 to 1922 and again from 1923 to 1925. He served as Minister of Communications in the from 1926 to 1927, as Minister of Finance from 1927 to 1928 and Minister of Railways from 1928 to 1931. In 1928, he became President of Jiaotong University in Shanghai, and made many administrative and educational reforms, including introducing a Moral Education Department. He created the Science College, which incorporated three departments (Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry). He was President of the Executive Yuan (Premier) from 1931 to 1932 and President of the Legislative Yuan from 1932 to 1948 (the first to head the Legislative Yuan under the 1947 Chinese Constitution, which he helped frame). From 1947 to 1948 he was Vice President of the National Government and he served again as President of the Executive Yuan from 1948. He was a member of the KMT's Central Executive Committee from 1926 and 1950 and represented the KMT at peace talks with the Communist Party of China. At the end of the Chinese Civil War in 1949, he exiled himself to Hong Kong until 1951, moving to Europe to live there from 1951 to 1952 and finally residing in the United States from 1952 to 1965. He returned to serve in the exiled ROC government in Taipei, as a Senior Advisor of President Chiang Kai-shek from 1965 until his death and as President of the Examination Yuan from 1966 until his death. He was also Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Soochow University from 1966 to 1973.

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