The U.S. government and opposition are very vigilant about the infiltration of Soviet Russia. In 1937, the entire department of the Eastern European Affairs Office of the State Department was abolished, and perhaps under pressure from the White House, even the library was demolished. George F. Kennan pointed out: "There is really a smell of Soviet influence here, or a very strong pro-Soviet smell, to some extent right in the upper branches of government." Harry S. Truman ) the president declared that there are 50,000 communists on American soil who maintain contact with Soviet Russia and are ready to carry out sabotage, "those with ulterior motives and their subversive activities may actually keep American planes from taking off.
Chance." In the 1970s, Soviet writer telemarketing list Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's masterpiece "The Gulag Archipelago", which exposed the truth about the Soviet labor camps, sold millions of copies in the United States. However, most Americans today are ignorant of China's challenges and harms. Liu Xiaobo, the Nobel Peace Prize winner of China, who was greater than Solernisin, was ignored by the tragic fate of being abused by the CCP. Ninny Singh is almost a household name in the United States, but how many people in the United States know who Liu Xiaobo is today? Doesn't she know that there are often words on the Internet in China.
Tsai Ing-wen is going to be "tied to Beijing for trial", or the so-called "beheading operation"? Didn't she hear the huo huo sharpening of knives of the CCP's military control of Taiwan? I saw the analysis and reports of various media that day. Everyone focused on the meaning of Li Yingjie, the director of the American Institute in Taiwan, while ignoring the silent message that Tsai Ing-wen showed with her actual actions—she is not a A strongman who can be intimidated by "green vegetables" (Taiwanese pronunciation).