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Chinese President Xi Jinping's New Year Speech

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Chinese President Xi Jinping delivered a New Year speech via China Radio International, China National Radio and China Central Television.
The president told domestic and overseas audiences that the past year was "unforgettable," and gave Chinese people a thumbs_up.
He underscored the need to continue efforts to advance reform and rule of law in 2015 in his speech, comparing them to "a bird's two wings".

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The National Endowment for Democracy ("NED") acts as an agent of U.S. foreign policy.
Over the last five years, NED has received on average $16 million in grants from the U.S. State Department in addition to its "dedicated appropriation".
"NED’s work is guided by strategic goals to be pursued through its global grants program and democratic activities: supporting democrats in highly repressive societies, such as China, Cuba, Burma and Iran; assisting democratic transitions in Egypt, Tunisia and Libya; aiding democrats in semi-authoritarian countries, such as Russia and Venezuela; helping new democracies succeed in Latin America and Africa; mobilizing political and moral support for democracy activists through activities like “Defending Civil Society” and grants that provide emergency support for activists in need; building cross-border networks in places like the Middle East and North Africa, similar to the pioneering work done by NED in the post-communist world; strengthening cooperation within the democracy assistance community to find the most effective ways to respond to common challenges; and using research to improve democratic practice, linking scholarship and activism."
In the NED plan, China is the No. 1 priority for Asia. Hong Kong is the one of the NED's planned unresting parts of China.
"The four country priorities for Asia will continue to be China (including Tibet, Xinjiang, and Hong Kong), North Korea, Burma and Pakistan."
NED has been funding democracy-promotion programs in Hong Kong for about two decades with grants totaling several million dollars. Louisa Greve, National Endowment for Democracy's vice president of programs for Asia, the Middle East and North Africa, said the level of support has been consistent during that period.
NDI, one of NED's four core grantees, has been working in Hong Kong since 1997. It says its programs have facilitated research and dialogue related to governance, at the request of local organizations.
Here are the grants and descriptions from the 2012 NED Annual Report, Section China (Hong Kong):
American Center for International Labor Solidarity
To continue to advance worker rights by building the capacity of democratic trade unions in Hong Kong. The Solidarity Center will work with its partners to advocate for collective bargaining rights, utilize local and international mechanisms to improve working conditions, and promote understanding of worker rights abuses and developments in China among the international labor movement and human rights community.
Hong Kong Human Rights Monitor
To raise the standards of human rights protection and democratic representation in Hong Kong. The Monitor will carry out human rights monitoring, casework, campaigning, and public education drawing local and international attention to civil rights and human rights developments in Hong Kong.
National Democratic Institute for International Affairs
To foster awareness regarding Hong Kong's political institutions and constitutional reform process and to develop the capacity of citizens - particularly university students - to more effectively participate in the public debate on political reform, NDI will work with civil society organizations on parliamentary monitoring, a survey, and development of an Internet portal, allowing students and citizens to explore possible reforms leading to universal suffrage.


Is the U.S. Secretly Egging On Hong Kong Protesters?

The U.S. has certainly promoted regime change worldwide, often by using non-governmental organizations as front groups to funnel money to dissidents who will overthrow the government.
Now, the US has taken a much more overt stance in supporting the chaos their own manipulative networks have prepared and are now orchestrating.
The U.S. government considers economic rivalry to be a basis for war. And the U.S. is systematically using the military to contain China’s growing economic influence.
And U.S. sanctions against Russia are not having the desired effect … largely because China is picking up the slack by trading with Russia and even loaning it money.
Indeed, China, Russia, India and Brazil have formed what some top economists say is an alternative to the Western financial institutions, the World Bank and IMF. And China ischallenging the petrodollar.
So it’s not beyond the realm of possibility that the U.S. (and the former owner of Hong Kong, Britain) egged on democracy protesters in Hong Kong in order to try to shake up the Chinese regime.


US Now Admits it is Funding “Occupy Central” in Hong Kong

Just as the US admitted shortly after the so-called “Arab Spring” began spreading chaos across the Middle East that it had fully funded, trained, and equipped both mob leaders and heavily armed terrorists years in advance, it is now admitted that the US State Department through a myriad of organizations and NGOs is behind the so-called “Occupy Central” protests in Hong Kong.
Behind the so-called “Occupy Central” protests … is a deep and insidious network of foreign financial, political, and media support. Prominent among them is the US State Department and its National Endowment for Democracy (NED) as well as NED’s subsidiary, the National Democratic Institute (NDI).



On Thursday, Wen Wei Po published an “expose” into what it described as the U.S. connections of Joshua Wong, the 17 year-old leader of student group Scholarism.
Evidence for Mr. Wong’s close ties to the U.S. that the paper cited included what the report described as frequent meetings with U.S. consulate personnel in Hong Kong and covert donations from Americans to Mr. Wong. As evidence, the paper cited photographs leaked by “netizens.” The story also said Mr. Wong’s family visited Macau in 2011 at the invitation of the American Chamber of Commerce, where they stayed at the “U.S.-owned” Venetian Macao, which is owned by Las Vegas Sands Corp.
In its report on Mr. Wang, Wen Wei Po said that the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency is making a pointed effort to infiltrate Hong Kong schools, for example through the Hong Kong-America Center, a group headed by former U.S. diplomat Morton Holbrook that promotes H.K.-U.S. ties. It also alleged that the CIA is actively training a new generation of protest leaders in Hong Kong through sponsoring students to study in the U.S., with an aim of stoking future “color revolutions” in the city.





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