A new application to work at the Wuhan Institute of Virology reveals that candidates must “support the leadership of the Communist Party of China” and be “willing to serve the socialist modernization” in addition to passing a political review. The application, which devotes a section to how active-duty members of China’s military can apply for “targeted training,” follows the National Institutes of Health confirming Anthony Fauci funded gain-of-function research at the lab. The Wuhan Institute of Virology’s exclusion of non-Chinese Communist Party supporting candidates is evidenced in an October post on its Chinese-language website: “Enrollment Guide for Doctoral Candidates of
Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors lamented how the Communist Party in the U.S. has been "systemically destroyed and decimated" at a 2015 panel hosted by Harvard Law School.
Socialism is viewed the most favorably amongst Millennials and Generation Z: 51 percent hold a favorable view of capitalism, while an unsettling 49 percent view socialism favorably, according to a recent Gallup poll. “The radical left often operates outside of reality,” says Morgan Zegers, founder of Young Americans Against Socialism (YAAS). Socialists “reject basic facts and distort history to push their narrative onto innocent, well-intentioned young minds.” “In true leftist fashion, America’s socialists are now pandering to communist China and pushing for the nationalization of major industries during a pandemic crisis,” Zegers explains. Commie propaganda is running amuck in the
Yesterday’s passing of Otto Warmbier marked a tragic and unjustifiable end to a promising young American’s life. While never having met Warmbier, his passing has a way of feeling close to home — not the least because he was, like me, a Virginia transplant with an interest in economics. I can even relate to the intellectual curiosity and sense of adventure that likely led him to visit North Korea in the first place. But unlike Warmbier, I certainly couldn’t hold a candle to his many life achievements, including being named his high school’s soccer team captain, homecoming king, and class
This article was originally posted at the Epoch Times. If you visit the Federal Reserve’s Facebook page, you will seldom find a positive comment. That’s because people who don’t care about central banking won’t go to the Fed’s Facebook page. That leaves only the ones who are positive about it—if they exist—and the ones who don’t like central banks. The right doesn’t like central banks because of their centrality. The banks centralize power over interest rates, and the right doesn’t like central control over pretty much anything. The left doesn’t like central banks because they represent money, capitalism, and “too big
Hillary Clinton is not a communist. That said, she is certainly running to the left. What’s left? That’s actually an interesting question. People throw around the terms “left” and “right” with an instinctive, imprecise, sense of their meanings. It’s good to get back to first principles. […] There are many gradations of leftist sentiment, from outright communism to socialism to social democracy to progressivism. That said, they know their own. The Communist Party USA recently, to little notice by the mainstream media, expressed its enthusiasm for Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton (h/t to WorldNetDaily) in the CPUSA’s official propaganda organ,