China XinJiang Uyghurs IPAC Marco Rubio Adrian Zenz BBC World Uyghur Congress exposed as frauds (yet again)

“Adrian Zenz and many others, will spew forth, regurgitate, repeat and concoct all manner of untruths to suit the agenda of those who pay them to lie; without fact-checking or verifying anything at all. It probably really doesn’t matter to them as long as they get the money. nor does it matter to their paymasters as long as their nefarious agenda is given ‘plausibility” “The BBC commissioned my research. They asked whether it could be done. I said no, too hard, too little evidence They asked again. I said, ‘I’ll see what I can find’.” Follow the Money.

Tibet, the ‘Dalai Lama’, Feudalism, Slavery, and the Great Game

“The Dalai Lama and Tibetan rebels were secretly funded by the CIA. The rebels included monks like Athar Norbu; the Dalai Lama’s elder brother, Gyalo Thondup, was the CIA liaison. After the Dalai Lama fled Tibet in 1959, the CIA’s secret funding cost “more than $1.7 million a year, according to intelligence documents. That included $500,000 to support 2,100 Tibetan guerrillas (800 of them armed) based in Nepal and $180,000 worth of “subsidy to the Dalai Lama.”

The Rising China Dream by Chris Kanthan

The US wasted trillions of dollars on wars since 2000 and made plenty of enemies. While the US bombed Libya, an African country, China is lending $45 billion of its own money and expertise to build a new capital for Egypt, Libya’s neighbor. Throughout Africa, China has adopted a win-win approach. While buying natural resources from Africa, China has also spent a lot of money building Africa’s infrastructure. A recent McKinsey report shows that there are over 10,000 Chinese companies in Africa, creating millions of good jobs for Africans. Compare that to the US, which builds military bases..

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