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Sun Yat-sen’s Advice to Young Revolutionaries…

On January 1, 1912 Dr. Sun Yat-sen was inaugurated as the first president of the Republic of China consolidating a decades-long effort to overthrow an ancient feudal order premised upon a hereditary power structure of the “divine right of bloodlines”.

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MACHADO: Exposing the Atlanticist Color Revolution in Hong Kong

By Raphael Machado – General Secretary, New Resistance (Brazil and Latin America); political organizer, commentator, and theorist; attorney at law Published on: Sep 5, 2019  Since March 31st, a series of protests have been underway in Hong Kong, which are said to have been motivated by an extradition bill that would allow extraditions from the territory […]

North Korea unapologetic supports China against Hong Kong rioters

PYONGYANG – North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong-Ho said the country supports the Chinese government on the Hong Kong issue. “The Korean Labor Party and the Government of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea support the Communist Party and the Government of China in upholding the ‘one country, two systems’ principle,” said Ri, quoted by […]

China compromises with Hong Kong after protest wave, postpones extradition law

China respects the decision of the Hong Kong administration to postpone consideration of the extradition bill. The official representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the PRC, Gen Shuang , announced this today, July 9, at a briefing , commenting on a statement by the head of the administration of Hong Kong, Kerry Lam , who recognized this initiative as unviable. […]

Western Propaganda – Hong Kong Protests & Capital Flight

By Jay Tharappel – Western propaganda comes in two types, 1) we attack them for our benefit (realism), and 2) we save them for their benefit (liberalism), and when it comes to Hong Kong, both the Left and Right of the Anglo world tend towards the latter, actually thinking the political unrest is vaguely because […]