The People Crafting U.S. Policy Aren’t in America

In a piece of news that shocked the mainstream media, but which shocked no one familiar with the academic industry writ large, retired U.S. Army general John Allen was forced to resign as president of the Brookings Institution after it was revealed the FBI was investigating him for lobbying on behalf of the Qatari monarchy.

The People Crafting U.S. Policy Aren’t in America

MoA: This New Import Law Will Hurt U.S. Consumers

This New Import Law Will Hurt U.S. Consumers

For small importers it will be impossible to do the above. Only big companies [Congress’ gift to Big Corporations] can afford to research and provide all that data and to take the risk of importing products that may get confiscated at the border. They will of course ask their customers to pay for all that.

Previously:

US Crackdown on Forced Labor in China Risks Further Supply Chaos

MoA brings up some things that I hadn’t.

USA’s Dirty Tricks to stop China’s Rise

Jun 15, 2022 Over the last few years a number of Chines citizens have been killed in Pakistan. Is the USA behind this?

USA’s Dirty Tricks to stop China’s Rise via Barrett on YouTube.

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Suicide blast in southern Pakistan kills 3 Chinese, driver

NED in Pakistan

Free Baluchistan:

While doing less elsewhere in Pakistan, the United States should do more to support anti-Islamist forces along the southern Arabian Sea coast. First, it should support anti-Islamist Sindhi leaders of the Sufi variant of Islam with their network of 124,000 shrines. Most important, it should aid the 6 million Baluch insurgents fighting for independence from Pakistan in the face of growing ISI repression. Pakistan has given China a base at Gwadar in the heart of Baluch territory. So an independent Baluchistan would serve U.S. strategic interests in addition to the immediate goal of countering Islamist forces.

Previously:

US War on China’ Belt & Road Continues: Terrorist Attack Targets Chinese Engineers in Pakistan

US-backed Separatists Target Chinese Ambassador in Pakistan

The Unjustified Criticism of High Commissioner Michelle Bachetlet’s Visit to China

As former UN rapporteurs we are committed to the promotion and protection of human rights in all corners of the world, including China. Progress can only be achieved on the basis on good faith implementation of the UN Charter and UN human rights treaties, and requires patience, perseverance, and international solidarity.

The Unjustified Criticism of High Commissioner Michelle Bachetlet’s Visit to China

US Coerces UN Human Rights Chief Following Xinjiang China Visit

Jun 11, 2022 — In the wake of the UN human rights chief’s visit to Xinjiang, China – the Western media and US government-funded organizations have concluded that the UN is not sufficiently repeating Western claims about China’s alleged treatment of its Uyghur minority.

In reality, the US is spreading false narratives about China just as it did regarding Iraq in 2003 – all to undermine and isolate China on the global stage in a bid to prevent it from surpassing the US, and because the US is not capable of competing with China fairly.

US Coerces UN Human Rights Chief Following Xinjiang China Visit (Odysse) — The New Atlas on YouTube

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Oslo Freedom Forum: US Proxies Train and Plan for the Next “Ukraine”

The Oslo Freedom Forum serves as the latest iteration of the US State Department’s training ground for subversion around the globe – following in line US-sponsored unrest in Ukraine in 2014 and the so-called “Arab Spring” in 2011.

Who is attending the Oslo Freedom Forum, what takes place there, and what is expected of attendees once they return to their respective nations?

Oslo Freedom Forum: US Proxies Train and Plan for the Next “Ukraine” (Video on Odysee)

The New Atlas on YouTube

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UN High Commissioner for Human Rights visits China

A blow for Western diplomacy: the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Chilean national Michele Bachelet, has just completed a six-day visit to China, looking in particular for evidence of the “Uyghur genocide”, but had to leave empty-handed. Going back 17 years, none of her predecessors has ever set foot in China.

Ms. Bachelet interviewed several dignitaries, heads of associations, religious leaders and witnesses at large. She even paid a visit to Kashi prison, but could find nothing that conflicted with the official Chinese version.

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights visits China

Related:

Statement by UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet after official visit to China

US keeps manipulating high-profile UN Xinjiang visit to attack China: FM

Western Propaganda.