Author: 孔雀 Editor: 庚子灭共(文瑞)
General Secretary XI Jinping is in what he calls the “Ultimate Battle” around the 2020 U.S. presidential election. He fears that if Trump gets re-elected, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) will be crushed imminently. He must make BIDEN win. Information warfare is part of the unrestricted warfare. The CCP has invested heavily in “Global Media Influence”, through BGY tactics, coded for Blue, Gold and Yellow, to beat down the West through information control, money and sexual bribery. Now is the time to harvest.
Aware of its restrictive image, the CCP infiltrates by “borrowing the boat to reach to the sea” – using western media to deliver the CCP messages. “It seems a number of major US media outlets have financial ties to the Chinese Communist Party, and it shows in their coverage,” Chrissy Clark reported in “A Rundown of Major U.S. Corporate Media’s Business Ties To China.” Through massive financial arrangements, China Daily, the CCP’s English language mouthpiece, manages to have its advertorial “China Watch” supplements inserted in The Washington Post, the New York Times, and the Wall Street Journal, to reach millions of Americans.
Corporate media coverage is showing traces of CCP influences. In a September article on the partnership between Steve Bannon and the Whistleblower Movement leader Miles GUO, The Washington Post quoted Sasha Gong to imply that Bannon teamed up with GUO for financial reasons. By the time of the reporting, Sasha Gong, an undercover CCP agent, had already been fired from the VOA for collaborating with Beijing in 2017 to obstruct a live interview of Miles GUO, and had been under investigation by BBG, US Congress and FBI on corruption, fabrication, and bribery.
Silent on topics around BIDEN hard drive, The Washington Post went on to hammer on Bannon, Giuliani and Miles GUO, and praise Bob Fu, another undercover CCP agent disguised as an anti-CCP activist pastor lawyer. Ironically, the Biden hard drive that The Washington Post avoids to mention contains an email sent by Jim Biden to Hunter Biden on October 24, 2017 linking to Bob Fu in instructing The Wall Street Journal to write an article to attack Miles GUO and laying out how to distribute benefits to the Biden family. Bob Fu the so-called political dissident helped arrange media attack on Miles GUO on behalf of Beijing. This story from The Washington Post is propaganda work the CCP.
CCP’s “Global Media Influence” is raising turmoil in the social media and digital space. Since Miles GUO launched the Whistleblower Movement in early 2017, Twitter became a digital destination for all Chinese to visit as soon as they could get over the Great Firewall with the help of VPN. Whistleblowers who reside outside China use Twitter frequently to voice their opinions. As the Movement gains momentum, the CCP censorship on Twitter intensifies, blocking and shutting down user accounts that contain non-CCP approved information on Pandemic, BIDEN hard drive, and pro-Trump messages. Whistleblowers switch to the more liberal platforms like Parler and Gab. Lude Media of the Whistleblower Movement generated more than 70,000 followers on Parler in days. Due to poor user growth, Twitter’s stock price tumbled. Facing massive public outcry, it lifted restriction on New York Post that had been blocked for posting information on Biden family scandal.
General Secretary XI Jinping and CCP’s long preparedness in information warfare has beaten down the spirit of many media and journalists but not everyone. The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Glenn Greenwald resigned from The Intercept, which was founded on his personal accomplishments, to fend his editorial freedom on a story about Biden campaign and the intelligence community.
Greenwald said he would follow the footsteps of many journalists to fight for independent journalism. In an announcement of his new platform Substack, Greenwald addressed to his readers: “I want to thank all of you again with great sincerity and gratitude for making the launch of this platform so successful, and for making my resolve and determination to deliver honest, unique and impactful journalism and commentary higher than it has been in quite a long time.”