Cultivated by the US government as human rights activists, Uyghur American Association leaders partner with far-right lawmakers and operate a militia-style gun club that trains with ex-US special forces.
While Democracy Now hosts US gov’t-funded pundits to spread humanitarian interventionist propaganda about Xinjiang, an analysis by The Grayzone found most of the outlets’s China coverage is sharply negative.
With the US spiraling downward, a downward trajectory merely steepened by the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) outbreak, we’d expect other nations to suffer likewise.
China’s state media outlet Xinhua has published a short animation titled ‘Once Upon a Virus’ mocking the US response to the COVID-19 crisis using Lego-like figures to represent the two countries.
U.S. conflicts with Iran and Europe and the threat of an uncontained coronavirus top a list of threats to the global economy this year.
Japan, China and Taiwan reports on the origin of the virus.
For years, scientists have warned about superbugs and other infectious agents borne out of industrial agricultural practices or unleashed by climate change. The fears of a new disease with no Read More…
The Wuhan coronavirus — which has killed dozens of people and infected more than 800 so far — has already roiled Chinese markets and thrown plans for the upcoming Lunar New Year holiday.
During a Jan. 5 session of the Iraqi Parliament, Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi revealed Trump threatened his life during a phone call.
Claims that China has detained millions of Uyghur Muslims are based largely on two studies. A closer look at these papers reveals US government backing, absurdly shoddy methodologies, and a rapture-ready evangelical researcher named Adrian Zenz.
The New York Times has once again exposed itself as an organ of US special interests operating under the guise of journalism – contributing to Wall Street and Washington’s ongoing and escalating hybrid war with China with a particularly underhanded piece of war propaganda.
A growing backlash has begun across Hong Kong against US-funded protests that have attempted to disrupt governance and commerce as part of a floundering movement to maintain Western influence in the region.
The West has more to do with the Hong Kong protest movement than it would like us to know. It’s the ugly face of Washington’s long-standing foreign policy directed at destabilizing one of its long-standing economic foes: China.
A look at the organizations directly involved in leading the unrest and those supporting it reveals unequivocally that it originates in Washington DC – not organically from within Hong Kong itself.
It is inconceivable that the organizers of the protests are unaware of the NED ties to some of its members.