A fearless voice speaking truth to the hypocrisy of the ‘suits’ in EU UK US France Germany and co, with their ridiculous attacks on China while they make billions from weapons that Saudi Arabia use to destroy Yemen. Salute you comrade Wallace! (jesus they must shit their pants whenever you walk in!)
— Edited by Barrie: “The British and French armies threatened to burn down the Imperial Palace, the Qing government was forced to pay with free trade ports, 300,000 kilograms of silver and the Kowloon district north of Hong Kong was taken. Since then, China’s resources flow out freely through these ports. In the subsequent amendment to the treaty, Chinese people were sold unwillingly to serve as slave labour all over the world for making roads, mining and plantation. ”
When asked specifically about those concerns Professor Thomas stated, “Universities feel it [ASPI research] is not a good source of information.” “The ASPI has actually got the wrong university, got the wrong person and got the wrong country!”
“they don’t play by the same rules and the rules only apply if they’re winning, or if they write them.
When they aren’t winning, they resort, like children in a schoolyard, to bullying tactics, taking their bat and ball and going home or starting a new game that only their sycophant friends are allowed to join in.”
Since the formation of the PRC, China has offered equal rights and constantly improving standards of living to the Uyghur minority. However, several extremist Muslim factions have kept fighting, brutally, for a Turkic independent state. They have not been representing the majority of Uyghurs, but being against the PRC, have enjoyed moral and financial support from the West, its allies in Gulf states, and from Turkey.
“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.”