As we near the Beijing Winter Olympics, and as we keep hearing the West voicing its "concerns" over "Genocides" in XinJiang, "Democratic" "Abuses" in Hong Kong, and all sorts of human rights "Violations" throughout China, I keep thinking to myself, what is this world really about? In light of the recent attempted color revolution and foreign sponsored terrorist coup against … [Read more...] about Color Revolutions and Human Rights on my Mind
«CBS News» about Majid Khan (4 min. video)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4eQZBtB3HQM Is Biden’s policy any better than Trump’s? (short Tic Tok video)https://vm.tiktok.com/ZSeYYdyBp/ A must read: The Zenz-Xinjiang Casehttps://www.europeanfinancialreview.com/playing-genocide-politics-the-zenz-xinjiang-case/ «Fridayeveryday», media unit of Friday Culture Ltd: : What's … [Read more...] about A few timely and interesting references
Note: This is an extension of another post, which can be found: https://blog.hiddenharmonies.org/2019/09/06/links-on-hong-kong-2019-unrest/ Over this past Summer and Fall, I watched with heightened interest (and much dismay and sadness) the violence that has besieged Hong Kong. Instead of arguing and shouting (there is too much of that already on the streets), I aim to … [Read more...] about The Hong Kong 2019 unrest and riots (part 2): A full-scale American funded and organized violent color revolution!
The Sydney Morning Herald published an Editorial Titled "Rare bipartisan consensus on right to privacy" today. It reads in part: … [Read more...] about Freedom from the Prying Eyes of the State
Wrote this piece for the SCMP. Some minor differences between version below and at SCMP because of space imitation and other minor editorial issues... On China’s Indignant Response to Morey’s Tweet and Apple’s release of HKmap.live. … [Read more...] about Freedom Does Not Include the Freedom to Loot, Vandalize, and Kill…