Irish school children are the latest victims of the Chinese Communist Party’s international propaganda machine – the Confucius Institute – which compelled a children’s choir to dedicate a song to China in light of the Coronavirus pandemic.
The Chinese song, “Let the World be Full of Love,” and the optics of the performance paint China as the chief victim of the outbreak, ignoring the fact that the CCP’s initial response to the virus was silencing those who raised any concern, accusing the heroic whistleblowers of “making false comments” and “severely disturbing the social order.”
Similarly, a University of Southampton study also found that there would have been a 95 percent reduction in Coronavirus cases globally had the CCP proactively intervened just three weeks sooner.
Emboldened by the American political establishment’s decades-long policies of appeasement to maximize profit margins at the expense of American workers, the CCP is rebuffing any responsibility for the virus.
In fact, they’re actively placing blame on other countries, chiefly the United States.
The Confucius Institute at Ulster University organized a choir of 30 children aged eight to 13 to sing a song in Chinese dedicated to the victims of the virus, with the broader message turning a blind eye to China’s culpability for spawning and spreading the virus.
The performance was coordinated by 16 Confucius Institute-affiliated professors from Hubei province, the epicenter of the virus, and turned the students into a 21st century equivalent of Mao Zedong’s “Little Red Guards.”
Such displays are part of the Confucius Institute’s MO: to advance pro-CCP message throughout the world. They have established presences on roughly 90 American college campuses and along with functioning as the international propaganda arm of the CCP have been accused of engaging in intellectual property theft.
While China may have gotten a free pass for Coronavirus in the establishment-dominated Bush and Obama eras, President Trump will hold the regime accountable.