“This Institution supports the Constitution of the United States, its Bill of Rights and its method of representative government.……/本研究所支持美国宪法和它的权利法案及代议制政府的运作方式……”
Follow-up report 104 on “Li Nanyang’s lawsuit against Customs”
——Never give up a responsibility
On March 1, I received the notice of the 25th postponement of Li Nanyang v. Beijing Capital Airport Customs issued by the Beijing 3rd Intermediate Court on February 28. On March 6, Judge Tigar, a federal judge in the District of Oakland, California, granted Stanford University’s motion to disqualify DLA Law Firm from representing Zhang Yuzhen.
For the previous case, with the dissemination of the E version of Li Rui Oral History, the historical truth revealed in the book can no longer be concealed. The only purpose that the 3rd Intermediate Court continues to hold a court session is to show to the outside world that the Communist Party of China led by Xi Jinping will never practice Freedom of the Press and will insist on a political system in which the Party absolutely overrides the Constitution. In the latter case, I am waiting for the CCP to find another American law firm to represent Zhang Yuzhen, a puppet of the party, to take over the counterclaim Stanford University and Li Nanyang. However, the same as in the previous case, it has been more than three years since the Hoover Library and Archives announced on July 12, 2019 that “the papers of the prominent Chinese historian and politician Li Rui are now open for research.” The “secrets” contained in Li Rui materials have been known by the public, which are irretrievable. If the CCP wants to spend millions of dollars to hire a new lawyer for Zhang Yuzhen to fight this lawsuit to the end, it is just to show off its muscles and show that “I am rich.”
The Hoover Institution says on its official website “Mission Statement/Mission Statement” page:
“This Institution supports the Constitution of the United States, its Bill of Rights and its method of representative government.……”
Thinking that the Hoover Institution, which respects the U.S. Constitution, will be scared off by the CCP’s muscles and money bags, that is the thought from the brain of Xi Jinping’s pig teammates; thinking that Li Nanyang will succumb to fear and give up the responsibility-to fulfill her father’s entrustment and let Li Rui materials to become a public instrument of society is to consider me as a subject under the watchful eye of the CCP. This month, another friend advised me to live a more unrestrained life, since it is meaningless to confront the CCP. But I thought it is meaningful. General Patton once said, “Battle is the most magnificent competition in which a human being can indulge. It brings out all that is best; it removes all that is base.” To never give up a responsibility is the battle of life for me. My father left his materials, so that I can stand on his shoulders and look around the world. Why not challenge myself and climb higher? The United States where I live is at a critical juncture of turning into a social system of one party, one ideology, and a country of Party-State. President Trump, who is four years older than me, has shown an incomparable essence of historical responsibility– never give up and never give in, in this battle. History is written by everyone in that era, shame is written by cowards, glory is written by manhood, and I would like to be a hard pebble in the glorious history.