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The Chinese regime’s soft takeover of the US

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posted on Apr, 3 2013 @ 06:29 PM
Walking in the streets of NYC, one can’t help but notice all the China daily boxes all over. High above Times Square is a huge screen of Xinhua, sending out news 24 hours a day, spreading communist propaganda under the guise of news.

This is the soft power of the Chinese Communist party. It seems legit, it seems friendly, but it is just the tip of the iceberg of a network of tactics meant to being down the United states and usher in the “Chinese Century”.

It goes far beyond espionage or stealing technology, the Chinese Communist regime is also trying to infiltrating into the political system of the United States.

NYC mayoral candidate John Liu, currently the city’s comptroller, is openly backed by the Chinese regime in both money and PR efforts.


keeps very close ties to the CCP and its related organizations, including the Chinese Consulate, local Chinese associations, business associations, and pro-Chinese-regime media

praise or promote the mainstream values of the United States, including democracy, freedom, and human rights. HE does not criticize the CCP’s authoritarian rule.

Source: Chinese-Americans Must Choose Politics’ Purpose

This is the Communist takeover of the united states. The cold war is not over. The Chinese know it. The United States forgot.

posted on Apr, 3 2013 @ 06:47 PM
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posted on Apr, 4 2013 @ 08:31 AM
I searched but couldn't find the post about it but it was sometime lastyear it was in the news. Ofcourse the explanation was to enlighten/educate/inform the US about the mainland China.
But somehow I doubt its soley the purpose. I guess they're learning from the western media outlets ?

China will start airing a 24-hour television channel to homes in New York in the first quarter, the nation’s latest effort to expand state-controlled media overseas as it seeks to wield greater cultural influence.

“It’s our role to propagate information about China overseas,” Yan Xinxia, a director at the State Council Information Office’s China Internet Information Center, told reporters in Hong Kong today. The center will partner with CMMB Vision Holdings Ltd. (471) for the TodayChina channel, which will be distributed free using digital TV technology in New York City.

China is expanding the reach of state media overseas and strengthening control of local television and Internet content as President Hu Jintao seeks to curb the spread of foreign influence on Chinese society. The West is using cultural means to divide China, which needs to be alert to this threat, Hu said in comments published this week.

edit on 4-4-2013 by hp1229 because: (no reason given)


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