STOP this Cold War on China !

Humanity faces huge challenges to its survival – climate change, development of a sustainable post-capitalism-development, militarism and nuclear weapons abolition, poverty eradication, democratising democracy, etc.

Therefore, the world must protest now at the prospect of a new unilaterally driven anti-China campaign orchestrated by the declining United States and NATO members.

No matter what you may think or know about China, there are other responsible ways in contrast to confrontation, demonisation and armament.

It is not acceptable to waste human resources, money, energy and time on such a new – mad – Cold War project when both countries and the rest of the world must cooperate about saving our future. In addition, it will be utterly self-destructive for the West.

Hundreds of millions of people – 90+% outside the West have learned about TFF’s Xinjiang report on the deficient, biased documentation of said genocide in Xinjiang. It’s part of an already-planned US/NATO Cold War on China.

In contrast, Western mainstream media are silent, every one of them. They either know they are on a propaganda mission or are ashamed of having been revealed to check a single source behind the – extremely grave – Western accusation that the Chinese government is responsible for genocide in Xinjiang.

Such a Cold War will influence humanity’s future more than any other conflict and undermine every necessary action for the common good.

It must STOP!

The Transnational Foundation for Peace & Future Research, TFF, moves forward with articles and follow-up reports. We do so for two reasons: public education and peace. See what we do for peace between the two countries here – on The Transnational!

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• Originally published in TFF PressInfo # 628 and re-posted by Pressenza International News Agency.

• You may also like to read this slightly longer argument.

• And here three TFF Associates Gordon Dumoulin and Thore Vestby and I have a conversation with CGTN’s Abhishek Bhaya on these important issues:


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