For libertarians, a hatred of communism must not overshadow a love of liberty.
For decades, the US Empire duped conservatives who might have otherwise emulated the Old Right, dispatching them on an international crusade against communism, resulting in decades of disastrous wars and regime change operations.
Unfortunately, these same forces are still relevant today.
In this bonus episode of the Liberty Weekly Podcast, I share the working draft of my next piece, where I revisit the newest round of allegations that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is committing genocide against the Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang, China.
These newest allegations are driven by an anonymous "hack" of CCP documents "Xinjiang Police Files." The contents of this supposed hack were provided to none other than German anthropologist Adrian Zenz.
For those not familiar with my previous work on this issue, Adrian Zenz is the US State Department's poster boy for its years-long attempt to isolate China on the international stage by accusing it of genocide and crimes against humanity. This effort is a major facet of Washington's strategy to "win the 21st Century" by defeating China.
Paying subscribers will find the entire bonus episode below. In it, I discuss the history of two of the founding members of the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, former National Security Advisor, former director and cofounder of the Trilateral Commission, Soviet-Afghan War architect, and elite insider, Zbigniew Brzezinski and Lev Dobriansky. Dobriansky was a Professor of Economics at Georgetown University, a former OSS agent, and a Ukrainian nationalist with close connections to Yaroslav Stetsko, an infamous WWII Nazi collaborator. Stetsko was the “most trusted lieutenant” of the Banderite wing of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists, a fascist Ukrainian militia.
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