Thick Black Theory
Added: (Wed Dec 30 2009)
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Contact: Zhao An Xin
Learn The Exact And Previously Secret Strategies That Allowed China To Take The World By The Throat In Less Than 20 Years
First English Translation Of "Thick Black Theory" Released
For the first time, Thick Black Theory, a book banned in 1911 in China has been translated into English.
Li Zongwu, a disgruntled politician published it in 1911 - a year of chaos in China, when Sun Yat Sen overthrew the Ching dynasty and set up the Chinese Republic.
Li was a scientist of political intrigue. He wrote: "When you conceal your will from others, that is Thick. When you impose your will on others, that is Black."
Thick Black Theory describes the ruthless, hypocritical means men use to obtain and hold power. It went through several printings before being banned as subversive.
Thick Black Theory is comparable in scope, but ideologically different than Sun Tzu's "The Art Of War".
Before the Cultural Revolution, Mao Zedong studied "Houheixue" which is the "Thick Black Theory" or "Thick and Dark Theory", and the book has recently become popular again in China.
American expat Zhao An Xin has translated the first ever copy of Thick Black Theory which is available at Amazon.Com.
"When I first put the translation out, I was living in Kunming - a city in Southern China. Within a week of making the translation available, http://www.ThickBlackTheory.Net had been shut down multiple times and blocked by the "Great Firewall Of China" said Zhao.
Now out of China and bound for South Korea, Zhao plans on releasing more information related to Thick Black Theory.
"I've got material that nobody - not even people in China have seen before . . . And I want to show clearly how the Chinese Government has been using Thick Black Theory and why they'll quickly become the dominant super-power because of that."
If you'd like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Zhao An Xin, please email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Zhao An Xin is available for email, telephone or internet video interviews.