An investigative analysis takes apart a hackneyed piece of propaganda authored by an international alt-right clique with links to the Pentagon.
by Raul Diego
Part 2 - Dragon blood harvest at the dawn of human capital markets
In this multi-part investigative analysis, we will dissect a daring piece of propaganda titled “The Chinese Communist Party’s Global Lockdown Fraud” published on Medium which has been making the rounds on social media purporting to demonstrate that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is behind the global lockdowns and, by implication, the pandemic itself. The heavily-annotated “open letter” is addressed to the FBI and calls for an “expedited federal investigation into scientific fraud in COVID‑19 public health policies.”
The 10-point document exploits widespread fears and the economic hardship many are suffering as a result of the ubiquitous lockdowns and related policies adopted by governments around the world in the wake of the pandemic crisis.
MintPress will dissect each point to reveal the fallacious arguments that underpin them and will examine the multiple authors’ background to uncover their ideologically-driven agendas and direct links to the U.S. Military establishment as well as other factors that render their case against China suspect, to say the least.
The second part of the series will focus on how the lockdowns and the campaign to demonize Xi Jinping and China are, in actuality, both designed to serve the goals of the U.S. national security state and its partners in the race to AI “supremacy,” providing the perfect backdrop for the rapid scaling of 5G and other elements of the Information Technology Infrastructure (ITS), such as sensors and data-aggregation centers that are necessary to bring forth the so-called “Fourth Industrial Revolution” and implement the dynamics of stakeholder capitalism that will underpin its economics.
Pioneering researcher and activist Alison McDowell, who has been exposing the corporations and individuals that are laying the groundwork for this new modality of capital accumulation and exploitation in her blog, Wrench in the Gears, spoke to MintPress about the chilling programs that are both already in place and in the offing to produce the first large scale models for a burgeoning human capital market that will make the slave plantations of eighteenth-century America seem quaint by comparison.