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China’s Coronavirus: A Shocking Update. Did The Virus Originate in the US?

March 6th, 2020 4 comments

[This article was originally published on Globalresearch.ca.]

Japan, China and Taiwan Reports on the Origin of the Virus

The Western media quickly took the stage and laid out the official narrative for the outbreak of the new coronavirus which appeared to have begun in China, claiming it to have originated with animals at a wet market in Wuhan.

In fact the origin was for a long time unknown but it appears likely now, according to Chinese and Japanese reports, that the virus originated elsewhere, from multiple locations, but began to spread widely only after being introduced to the market.

More to the point, it appears that the virus did not originate in China and, according to reports in Japanese and other media, may have originated in the US.

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且谈1989年的天安门事件

(这篇文章是龙信明博客写的. 西方媒体总是会通过扭曲的镜头来看中国、 或中国人。关于六四, 西方媒体还在撒谎. 他们的目标是中国境内挑拨.)

且谈1989年的天安门事件我的小道消息比你的准

  • 对一般西方人而言,在中国,没有哪个地方比天安门更深刻地印在他们的意识中,也没有哪个历史事件比1989年的学生示威更经常地成为谈资。

    最近有个博客提到:“又到六月了。又是重访天安门的时候了。”看起来的确如此。大部分西方媒体都在筹备这一事件的“周年报道”,或者是通过再现戏剧性事件的形式来炮制新闻,或者是出于某种不见得那么高尚的目的。

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Let’s Talk About Tiananmen Square, 1989

(Propaganda in the Western press had a lasting impact on China. For the Tiananmen Protest of 1989, the “reform and opening up” policies under Deng back-stepped when Western governments decided to scale back loans and FDI into China on the grounds the Chinese government were ‘butchers.’ The ‘butcher’ and ‘massacre’ narratives were concocted by the Western press to demonize the Chinese government (an on-going trend, by the way; see collective defamation). Through Wikileaks, we now know the U.S. government knew then what were the actual truth and confirmed China’s version of the event. The Western press lied all along, as the following excellent analysis by 龙信明 (original, here) pieces together how they systematically distorted truth to defame. Warning: some graphic images of burnt bodies.)

Let’s Talk About Tiananmen Square, 1989My Hearsay is Better Than Your Hearsay
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Great Party, but Where’s the Communism? Minxin Pei Proves that Freedom of Opinion is a Bad Thing

December 8th, 2011 34 comments

(Below is an editorial by blogger 龙信明 countering an article published in the New York Times by Minxin Pei, who is a professor of government at Claremont McKenna College in California. Indeed, why would Americans subject their college-age child to such aptitude? Or, rather, ineptitude.  DeWang)

Great Party, but Where’s the Communism?
Minxin Pei Proves that Freedom of Opinion is a Bad Thing

It is puzzling that apparently well-staffed Western media with an otherwise high standard of reporting, will seemingly ignore those same standards for the sake of what appears to be cheap propaganda.

Many articles on China contain no little or no news value but appear intended primarily to criticise, mock, ridicule, demonise and disparage, a country that hasn’t actually done anything to anybody. Read more…

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龙信明 BLOG: “Strauss-Kahn – Politics, Espionage & Journalistic Fraud”

July 6th, 2011 5 comments

(DeWang: Following is a well researched analysis of the high profile arrest in the U.S. of former IMF chief, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, and the subsequent falling apart of the prosecutions, sourced in its entirety from the 龙信明 BLOG.)

Strauss-Kahn – Politics, Espionage & Journalistic Fraud

Another Day in the Life of the US & Israel
Editorial
Editor’s Note: Some of the expressions in this article have been adapted from comments by readers, to whom I offer my thanks.

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龙信明 Blog: “Ai Weiwei – ‘China’s Conscience’ And Another Dissident Bites the Dust”

April 10th, 2011 78 comments

The following article is sourced from the 龙信明 Blog.

Ai Weiwei – “China’s Conscience”
And Another Dissident Bites the Dust

The Western media are once again having a field day about the detention of yet another “dissident”, this time the artist Ai Weiwei.
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