Thailand Protests Are Anti-Chinese, Not “Pro-Democracy”

by Tony Cartalucci, published on New Eastern Outlook, September 29, 2020 Thailand has tilted too close to Beijing for Washington’s liking and as a response, has scheduled Thailand for destabilization and if possible, regime change. Thailand Tilting “Too Close” To China China is Thailand’s largest and most important trading partner, its largest foreign direct investor, and its largest source of[…]

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Hong Kong’s Pro Democracy Movement Allied with Right Wing Against BLM

by Ajit Singh, published on The Grayzone, June 9, 2020 A leading Hong Kong “pro-democracy” figure, Jimmy Lai, has denounced nationwide protests in the United States against police brutality and systemic racism, which were sparked by the police killing of an African-American man, George Floyd. Lai’s views reflect a significant segment of the city’s protest movement, who affirm the exceptionalist[…]

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Racism In and Against China

By Margaret Kimberley, published on Black Agenda Report, April 22, 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic has resuscitated the old “yellow peril” canard to its fullest extent, revealing deep xenophobia and racist intent against China. “U.S. accusations directed at others are always a projection of its own failures and wrong doing.” Black people must walk a fine line concerning any discussion of[…]

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We Are Not Fooled By The Hong Kong Protests

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, Popular Resistance, August 24, 2019 Update: Protests continued in Hong Kong this weekend. The protesters returned to the use of violence and the police responded. The South China Morning Post reported: “In a now familiar pattern, the protesters threw bricks, petrol bombs, corrosive liquid and other projectiles at the police, who responded with tear[…]

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Protest and Corporate Media

by Margaret Kimberley, Published on Black Agenda Report, August 21, 2019 The corporate media are steadfast partners with the United States government and faithfully follow the party line on foreign policy issues. “The networks and the newspapers can seldom be believed.” Corporate media always let us know who is in with the in-crowd and who is on the outs with[…]

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Hong Kong Protests: Why Imperialists Support ‘Democracy’ Movement

by Sara Flounders, published on Workers World, October 7, 2014 Demonstrations in Hong Kong, China, raising demands on the procedures to be followed in city elections in 2017, have become an international issue and a source of political confusion. The protests, called Occupy Central, have received enormous and very favorable U.S. media coverage. Every news report describes with great enthusiasm[…]

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