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Topics: Communism

While China Lies About the Wuhan Flu, America Races for a Cure



The Chinese Coronavirus has now spread to a reported 150 countries.  But the rulers of the country where the pandemic started have good news:  They have, they declared, won a complete and total victory over the dangerous pathogen. On Thursday, Chinese propaganda outlets reported that there had been “no new infections of the novel coronavirus” in Wuhan, which is ground zero in the global pandemic.  As for China as a whole, they cited the National …

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PRI President Steve Mosher to Appear on EWTN’s “The World Over”



PRI President Steven Mosher will appear on EWTN’s “The World Over” with Raymond Arroyo, Thursday March 5th, at 8 p.m. ET. Steve will discuss with Raymond the origins of the coronavirus epidemic that began in China. How was it allowed—by evil or incompetence—to spread throughout China and the world by the Chinese Communist Party? Steve will also share the latest news about the persecution of the Catholic Church in China. The provisional, two-year Sino-Vatican Agreement expires this …

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Don’t buy China’s story: The coronavirus may have leaked from a lab



It sure sounds like China has a problem keeping dangerous pathogens in test tubes where they belong, doesn’t it? And just how many “microbiology labs” are there in China that handle “advanced viruses like the novel coronavirus”?

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Are Chinese communists lying about number of babies born? They’ve got every reason to!



The most populous country on earth has been committing demographic suicide for years with its ‘one-child’ policy. PRI President Steven Mosher will appear live on the Ed Martin Movement radio show, January 30th at 7-8pm, PT. He will discuss how China’s brutal birth limitations are causing an economic and demographic crisis of the first order, and may ultimately bring down the regime. Listen to the full interview here! Airtime: Thursday, January 30 at 7-8pm, PT    …

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Two Chinese Workers

China Begins “Mobilizing the Masses” to Reproduce



When the Chinese Communist Party implemented a “comprehensive two-child policy” in early 2016, outside observers assumed that it would be voluntary.  And why should they not? To all appearances, this was a dramatic relaxation—a doubling, no less–of the restrictive one-child policy. But appearances can be deceiving, especially where China is concerned. Instead of enjoying a new dawn of reproductive freedom, Chinese couples are actually being herded into something resembling reproductive servitude.

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Mosher: China’s House of Cards



This article originally appeared on Breitbart. As Air Force One lands at the dragon-shaped Beijing International Airport, President Trump will be treated to a skyline that didn’t exist until a few years ago. Most of Beijing’s old residential neighborhoods — called hutung’s — were deliberately destroyed in the frenzied build-out that preceded the 2008 Olympics. They have been replaced by stadiums like the Bird’s Nest (which actually resembles a giant bird’s nest) and by high-rise office buildings. Then there …

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A Veiled Critique of the One-Child Policy



This article was originally published in the Washington Times on April 7, 2015. In outline, Mo Yan’s new novel, “Frog,” sounds subversive enough: A jilted Chinese midwife turns agent of the state. She is relentless in her pursuit of women who have conceived “illegal” second children. She is pitiless in coercing them one and all into terminations. But 30 years (and thousands of forced abortions) later Gugu — the midwife in question — has a …

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What About the Other Korea, the One the Pope Didn’t Visit?



Satellite pictures of the Korean peninsula at night tell the story. The southern half, where the Pope just finished a five-day visit, is bathed in light. The major cities of South Korea, Seoul and Pusan, gleam like bright jewels, surrounded by a glowing lacework of smaller cities and towns. The northern half of the peninsula, on the other hand, is a black hole. Only the dim light of Pyongyang, the capital of the communist north, …

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