Monthly Archives: October 2013

The silence is deafening

In the last few months since the Edward Snowden leaks, the western and especially US media has all but been silent on allegations of Chinese cyber espionage and hacking, a stark contrast with the months preceding the revelations. These leaks expose for the masses the complicity of the US media in covering up 99.9% of internet privacy violations which weren’t committed by an evil, foreign perilous totalitarian empire but by a domestic, evil, and totalitarian empire.

The American media in its focus on alleged Chinese cyber warfare was effectively acting as a propaganda smoke screen for the US’s actual warfare against the world and its own citizens. They were behaving as any good ministry of propaganda would for a totalitarian regime; covering their ass while demonizing some foreign other. But now it looks like the media is starting to shift priorities more in line with reality perhaps because it no longer could get away its past behavior. The public is now, thanks to Snowden, more informed about the reality of the privacy violations and simply look on all attention directed at foreign governments as propaganda. The media is quick to note this change in public awareness and must shift attention to reflect their concerns.    


NASA caves under pressure from republican scum

The virulently racist Frank Wolf has succeeded in pressuring NASA not to allow Chinese scientists to attend a NASA convention due to “national security” concerns. This is the same scumhole once at the heart of the China-gate scandals of the late 90s that saw a return of McCarthyism and yellowperil fanaticism in the media and US gov.  


I’m glad to see, however, that scientists are boycotting the ridiculous scaremongering.

Is there any other group in the US that you can openly call genocide on?

On national TV. I wonder.


BTW, it’s a crime against international law to openly call for genocide.



Second Opium (Tobacco smoking)

During the 19th century, the imperialist British had sold so much opium in China that millions became hooked and the drug dealers profited immensely from the coercive and illegal (under then Chinese laws) trade. Wars between China and the foreign imperialists were started when the Chinese government tried to stop the trade. China was devastated by these wars and the epidemic of opium addiction. They are known and remembered in many Chinese people today as the century of humiliation and foreign exploitation.

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