On Aug 17, 9:46 pm, rst9 <rst9w...
> OK, komin, I'll let the Indian SOB, immoral and
> unethical liar Satish express himself AFTER I euthanized him.
Cool it man, control your insane rage.
Have you checked your BP lately? All this anger cannot be good for
anyone, least of all for a decrepit wretched 74-year old man like
Your maturity truly belies your age. You seem to believe puerilely
that ad hominem and bluster can substitute for facts and logic.
rst0/rst0, have you discussed your problem with your psychiatrist? You
Your angry outbursts can do no good to a decrepit wretched 74-year old
like you. You should attend some anger management classes for your own
sake. Otherwise, pretty soon, your gf will have to look for a bf who
And, BTW, how are your earnings from the CCP dictatorship in Beijing?
50 Cent Party
The 50 Cent Party are Internet commentators (网络评论员, 網絡評論員, wǎnglù
pínglùn yuán) hired by the government of the People's Republic of
China (both local and central) or the Communist Party to post comments
favorable towards party policies in an attempt to shape and sway
public opinion on various Internet message boards. The commentators
are said to be paid for every post that either steers a discussion
away from anti-party or sensitive content on domestic websites,
bulletin board systems, and chatrooms, or that advances the Communist
74-year old rst0/rst9 will do himself a big favor if he enrolls
himself in some adult education school and also for some anger
management courses. Otherwise patriotically challenged rst0 will lose
his mind completely and continue to make a spectacle of himself by
revealing his appalling ignorance in everything from history to
English. And if rst0/rst9 can't get himself to do that, he should stop
bilking USA and go back to where his heart really resides, namely, the
village of his birth in China under CCP-dictatorship. That would be
the honest thing to do. Of course, it is another matter that his gf
will refuse to follow rst0 to CCP-land where any deviation of his
newsgroup posts from the official CCP-line will right away lead him to
re-education through labor ( 勞動教養 ).
Chinese-Americans are by and large a patriotic lot. But there are a
few bad apples who go proactive with their bid to serve the colonial
agenda of CCP-dictatorship. These bad apples had often worked with
defense contractors like Lockheed, Boeing etc. but when opportunity
came they betrayed USA by selling company and US secrets to the CCP-
dictatorship. When caught with their pants down, these bad apples
inevitably landed in jail.
rst0, USA respects your freedom of speech. Unlike the CCP-dictatorship
in China, the US government is not going to monitor your posts on the
newsgroup and go after you for your rantings on the internet. You can
bark with impunity without any fear of reprisal by the US government.
But you will make a grave mistake if you ever try to bite the hand
that feeds you by selling Lockheed and US secrets to the CCP-
dictatorship. You will be eventually caught and spend the rest of your
golden years inside jail cells.
Try to be like the normal Chinese-Americans. Ambassador Gary Locke is
a good role model. He has won nothing but admiration from the
ordinary Chinese under CCP-dictatorship.He is far more respected by
the ordinary folks in China than the stinking fat cats in the party
As a retired 74-year old, you have ample time in your hand. Your idle
brain has become the devil's workshop. You are 24/7 on the internet
pushing the evil agenda of the CCP-dictatorship in China. But if you
have any brain, you will bark but not bite to avoid ending up in jail
like a few Chinese Americans have for selling US to the CCP-
dictatorship in China for pecuniary gains.
China-born aerospace engineer Dogfang Greg Chung is the same age as 74-
year old rstx. rstx would be wise to steer himself away from the path
of treason that has earned the 74-year old Dongfan Gref Chung a 15
year prison sentence. Here's Dogfang Greg Chung's shameful story:
Chinese-born engineer gets 15 years in spying for China
Dongfan 'Greg' Chung, who worked with Boeing and Rockwell
International, was accused of providing information on the space
shuttle and Delta IV rocket.
By Patrick J. McDonnell
A Chinese-born aerospace engineer who had access to sensitive material
while working with a pair of major defense contractors in Southern
California was sentenced Monday to more than 15 years in prison for
acquiring secret space shuttle data and other information for China.
U.S. District Judge Cormac J. Carney in Santa Ana imposed a 188-month
prison term on Dongfan "Greg" Chung, 73, a naturalized U.S. citizen
who lives in Orange.
Carney declared that he could not "put a price tag" on national
security and sought to send a signal to China to "stop sending your
spies here," according to the U.S. attorney's office.
Chung, who worked at Boeing's Huntington Beach plant, denied being a
spy and said he was gathering documents for a book, not for espionage.
His attorneys argued that much of the material was already available
on the public record.
At his sentencing, Chung professed his love for the United States,
even as prosecutors depicted him as a spy who would compromise U.S.
"Giving China advanced rocket technology is not in the United States'
national interest," said Assistant U.S. Atty. Greg Staples. "There is
a voracious appetite for U.S. technology in China."
Whether loyalty to his homeland or financial gain was Chung's motive
remained unclear. The case is one of a number of prosecutions that
have shed light on alleged Chinese efforts to gain access to U.S.
technology and research through espionage.
Chung was the first suspect tried with attempting to help a foreign
nation under the terms of the 1996 Economic Espionage Act, passed to
help prevent pilfering of sensitive economic information. Chung chose
to have the case heard by the judge rather than a jury.
Chung was convicted last year on charges of economic espionage and
acting as an agent for more than three decades while employed by
Rockwell International and Boeing Co.
When Chung was convicted, Carney said the case revealed Chung's
"secret life" as a "spy" for China. The case against him arose from an
investigation into another engineer, Chi Mak, who worked in the United
States and obtained sensitive military information for China. Mak and
several relatives were convicted of providing defense information to
China, the U.S. attorney's office said. Carney sentenced Mak to more
than 24 years in prison in 2008.
Federal authorities said Chung stole restricted technology and trade
secrets, including data related to the space shuttle and the Delta IV
"This case demonstrates our resolve to protect the secrets that help
protect the United States, as well as the important technology
advancements developed by scientists working for companies that
provide crucial support to our national security programs," acting
U.S. Atty. George S. Cardona said Monday in a statement.
Chung held a "secret" security clearance when he worked at Rockwell
and Boeing on the space shuttle program, authorities said. He retired
in 2002 but the next year returned to Boeing as a contractor, a
position he held until September 2006, the U.S. attorney's office
Between 1985 and 2003, Chung made trips to China to deliver lectures
on technology involving the space shuttle and other programs, the
government said. During those trips, Chung met with Chinese government
officials, including military agents, U.S. authorities said.