Chinese State Media Gloats While Wall Street Journal Admits to Publishing CCP Propaganda

The Wall Street Journal published Chinese Communist Party (CCP) propaganda on Wednesday and there’s nobody happier than the CCP themselves. Moreover, the Journal appears to be fine with it, according to a new statement given to the National Pulse. “We have run numerous editorials and op-eds highly critical of China’s handling of the coronavirus, its deception, and manipulation of the World Health Organization,” said the paper’s editorial page editor Paul Gigot when asked for comment. “We’ve also recently criticized China’s military moves in the South China Sea, its crackdown in Hong Kong, and its theft of intellectual property, among other

Wall Xi Journal: Murdoch Paper Publishes CCP’s Hong Kong Enforcer Who Claims ‘China Wants to Help the World’

With such an overwhelming supply of domestically supplied fake news, it’s hard to imagine that America would need to outsource disinformation to China. The Wall Street Journal apparently disagrees, deciding to publish overt propaganda for the CCP in today’s paper. The writer behind the article is Xie Feng. Feng is the current commissioner of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Hong Kong. That’s a high ranking official for the People’s Republic of China who is tasked with brutally suppressing pro-democracy and rule of law protests in Hong Kong. A recent crackdown in the region saw leading anti-CCP activists like Jimmy

Wall Street Journal to President Trump: It’s Time for Monetary Reform

This week, a fantastic editorial appeared in the Wall Street Journal that has sparked a very important conversation. In the article, the paper’s editorial board encourages President Trump to use monetary reform to address Chinese currency devaluation. The WSJ wrote: Mr. Trump’s trade policies are also becoming a currency problem. Faced with the threat of U.S. tariffs on some $500 billion of its exports, China seems to be letting its currency depreciate to compensate. The yuan traded at 6.27 to the U.S. dollar on April 18 but fell to 6.77 on Friday. That should help the competitiveness of Chinese exports in