Anya Parampil and Danny Haiphong: Busting Pro-War Propaganda: What China Is Really Like

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Dandelion Salad

with Anya Parampil and Danny Haiphong

The Grayzone on Jan 22, 2020

Red Lines host Anya Parampil speaks with Danny Haiphong, a contributing editor at the Black Agenda Report, about his recent two week trip to China.

Danny discusses what he learned about China’s economic model, it’s efforts to reduce poverty nationwide, and his experience in Xinjiang, the province where western media, politicians, and human rights groups claim Beijing is housing millions of Muslims in concentration camps. Did Danny see any evidence of this policy, and what do average Chinese people think about the claims?

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See also:

My Trip to China Exposed the Shameful Lies Peddled by the American Empire by Danny Haiphong

White Supremacy and War Are Vice Grips Strangling the Working Class: What we Can Learn from China by Danny Haiphong

From the archives:

The Next Economic Crash Will End Capitalism As We Know It by Rainer Shea

The 2010s: America’s Self-Delusional Decade of Imperial Collapse by Rainer Shea

To The Capitalist Ruling Class, Communism Will Always Be Evil by Rainer Shea

The True Roots of Money & Banking and How to Pull Off a Modern Debt Jubilee by Ellen Brown

Chris Hedges and Danny Haiphong: Myths of American Exceptionalism

NATO’s China Double-Think by Finian Cunningham + Neoliberalism Has Met Its Match in China by Ellen Brown

Trump’s Trade Threats Are Really Cold War 2.0 by Michael Hudson + The American Dream Is Alive and Well—in China by Ellen Brown

Exceptionally Innocent by David Swanson

China’s Secret Source For Funding Infrastructure by Ellen Brown

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