The phrase that Miles Kwok tells most in this talks with US institutions in the past two days is the Russian proverb former US president Ronald Reagan frequently repeated, “Trust, but verify,” or “Don’t believe me but verify.”
According to a report by Nathan Vardi of Forbes, “Boies Schiller Flexner sued Guo in Manhattan’s New York State court on Thanksgiving eve for $640,000 of unpaid legal fees. The law firm has already secured an arbitration ruling that determined Guo, who is also known as Miles Kwok, owed it the unpaid legal fees plus interest, but Guo has so far not paid the award.”
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According to Reuters on March 27 of 2017, 95% of Forbes Media shares were sold to a Hong Kong company called Integrated Whale Media Investments (IWM).
Miles Kwok says that Forbes is a media controlled by the CCP and it has collaborated with corrupt CCP officials in many evils.
After the 11.20 press conference, the state media including Sina and other social media in China are busy continually in their brainwashing work to spread the ideology of communism and CCP propaganda, and to divert the attention of the Chinese from the truth.
To counter CCP’s lies about his lack of money, Miles Kwok says earlier today, “Whether I have money or not has nothing to do with my whistle blows. Whether I have money has nothing to do with the mysterious death of Wang Jian; whether I have money has nothing to do with the corruption of Wang Qishan; whether I have money has nothing to do with who is the father of Guan Jun and Liu Chengjie; whether I have money has nothing to do with the one million Uighurs locked in the re-education camps; whether I have money has nothing to do with thousands who went missing in China.”
Miles goes on to say that “Don’t believe Miles Kwok; don’t believe in what Miles Kwok has said, just go and verify by yourself. I am telling you that the CCP’s recklessness and evils are out of your expectations. Just go and verify their crimes. Do not care about whether I am poor or rich, a liar or an honest man. Just think that Miles is the bad guy and don’t believe him. Just use your common sense and find out things for yourselves.”
Why the CCP locks a million Xinjiang Uighurs in concentration camps but claims as training centers?
According to Reuters, China will retaliate “in proportion” if the United States sanctions its top official in the restive region of Xinjiang over alleged human rights abuses, China’s ambassador to the United States said on Tuesday, adding that Beijing’s policies in the region are to “re-educate” terrorists.
Chinese Ambassador to Washington Cui Tiankai told Reuters in an interview that China’s efforts to combat international terrorism are held to a double standard, comparing Chinese actions in Xinjiang to US troops battling Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.
In August, a U.N. human rights panel said it had received many credible reports that a million or more Uighurs and other minorities are being held in what resembles a “massive internment camp that is shrouded in secrecy” in the region.
Representatives from a group of 278 scholars in various disciplines from dozens of countries yesterday called on China at a news briefing in Washington to end its detention policies, and for sanctions directed at key Chinese leaders and security companies linked to the abuses.
Among the Uighur diaspora scattered across the world, news of the situation in Xinjiang is hard to come by. ..For the diaspora, contacting their family members is fraught with fear, as communication on WeChat and phone calls is monitored by the Chinese government, the Guardian has said yesterday.
Born in China, Mihrigul Tursun moved to Egypt to study English at a university where she met her husband, a Aljareeza story tells.
Tursun said she was interrogated for four days without sleep, had her hair shaved and was subjected to an intrusive medical examination following her second arrest in China in 2017. After she was arrested a third time, the treatment became worse.
“I thought that I would rather die than go through this torture and begged them to kill me,” Tursun, 29, told reporters at the National Press Club.
Beijing initially denied the existence of the re-education camps. When they were not able to cover things up, CCP officials at different levels started to tell lies about it.
Both Xinhua News Agency and the Foreign Ministry Spokesman said that China’s establishment of “vocational education and training centers” in Xinjiang were part of a “preventive counter-terrorism initiative” aimed at helping to free the minds of people affected by extremism.
The whole world have become furious about the CCP liars and have all stood up to condemn its evils.
Why the CCP is trying to cover up the truth behind the death or disappearance of Wang Jian, Meng Hongwei, Zheng Xiaosong and many others?
On November 20 of 2018, the Press Briefing on the Death of Wang Jian and Truth behind HNA Group was hosted by Miles Kwok and Steven Bannon at Pierre Hotel in New York.
While concrete evidence has proved to the world that the death of former HNA Chairman Wang Jian was a “political murder” by the CCP government, and planned by Wang Qishan, Beijing government has kept quiet on the matter and is trying to do everything it can to divert the attention of the Chinese people, and people of the world.
Besides Caixin’s “leg hurts” and “death of fall from while taking photos”, do they have another version for the incident?
Earlier the Interpol President Meng Hongwei, who had travelled back to China, was reported missing by his wife who had stayed at home in the south-eastern French city of Lyon.
The organisation’s secretary general recently said Interpol must accept the resignation of its Chinese boss, who is detained in China on charges of accepting bribes.
Chinese state media Global Times published an editorial calling Miles Kwok “a fugitive who is in the wanted list of Interpol.” But as Sasha Gong, former VOA journalist who conducted the interrupted interview with Miles, said two days ago: in fact, Interpol does not have a “wanted” list. It only publishes a list called “Red Notice.” Such a notice issued on Guo on April 19, 2017, seems to be a fake one, according to my own investigation.
What the CCP has to hide regarding the disappearance of the Interpol President and his involvement in the mysterious murder of HNA’s chairman Wang Jian?
And with the case of Zheng Xiaosong, the Beijing government has kept its mouth shut. Macau police said they had found nothing suspicious surrounding the death of China’s top official in the casino hub, after Zheng Xiaosong fell from a building on a Saturday night.
The Chinese government issued a statement at his funeral with implication that Zheng had committed suicide, adding that “Comrade Zheng Xiaosong has worked in various fields, such as diplomacy and finance, and in such places as Fujian Province, Hong Kong and Macau. He had a strong sense of professionalism and responsibility, he was devoted to his duties, dared to take responsibility, adhered to principles, he was clean and honest, and had done a lot of productive work in different positions.”
The whole of China knows they are telling lies.
Why the CCP is tightening its censorship and firmly keeps its Great Firewall?
Internet censorship in China is among the most extensive in the world due to a wide variety of laws and administrative regulations, and everyone on the planet has suffered from it.
The Chinese government has long kept tight reins on both traditional and new media to avoid potential subversion of its authority. Its tactics often entail strict media controls using monitoring systems and firewalls, shuttering publications or websites, and jailing dissidents, according to a recent CFR report.
Human Right Watch says more than sixty internet restrictions have been created by the government of China, which have been implemented by provincial branches of state-owned ISPs, companies, and organizations.
According to CNN, the apparatus of China’s Internet control is considered more extensive and more advanced than in any other country in the world. The governmental authorities not only block website content but also monitor the internet access of individuals.
What do they fear? Why are they so frightened? Why are the CCP so afraid of the truth?
Ironically in the west, Google has been working on this secretive program to relaunch its search engine in China but with censorship by the Chinese government.
According to the Guardian, a group of Google employees published an open letter on Tuesday calling on their employer to cancel its plans to build a censored search engine for China, the latest expression of worker unrest at a company that earlier this month saw thousands stage walkouts over its handling of sexual misconduct cases.
The letter reads:
We are Google employees. Google must drop Dragonfly.
We are Google employees and we join Amnesty International in calling on Google to cancel project Dragonfly, Google’s effort to create a censored search engine for the Chinese market that enables state surveillance.
We are among thousands of employees who have raised our voices for months. International human rights organizations and investigative reporters have also sounded the alarm, emphasizing serious human rights concerns and repeatedly calling on Google to cancel the project. So far, our leadership’s response has been unsatisfactory.
The Buddha has said these words in one of his sutras: “The strength of the evils are so powerful that, most of the time, they prevail”.
By Cloudy Seagail and staff writer