By Timothy Fitzpatrick
July 14, 2020 Anno Domini
It appears that China has its own Soviet Trust controlled opposition stable designed to spread disinformation and lure Western conservatives into a trap.
Calling itself a persecuted religious movement, the Chinese Falun Gong movement, also known as Falun Dafa, appears to be luring anti-communists and Western conservatives into its sphere of influence so that it can control dissident narratives and keep tabs on the China Communist Party’s enemies—a model copied directly from the Soviet Union’s Trust scheme.
Author Chistopher Story writes in his book E.U. Collective about China’s hundred-flowers controlled-opposition campaign (he says “thousand”), which bears a striking resemblance to the Soviet Trust model):
For with the dismantling of the Stalinist model, the ideology ceased to be ‘necessary’ as an overt binding mechanism, or ‘glue’, to enforce conformity – since the game now being played was controlled Leninist nonconformity. The Leninist model permits ‘a thousand flowers to bloom’ under the covert control of the continuing Communist Party (i.e., only by ‘licence’).—pg. 25
While the Gong and its organs, like The Epoch Times, do rightly call out Red China’s many human rights violations (particularly when it supposedly involves Falun Gong practitioners), it seems that the perceived dissident organization is using some fairly mundane critiques of international communism while ignoring the Soviet-Israel elephant in the room (one of Falun’s backers happens to be Michael J. Horowitz of the Hudson Institute, which has had Soviet Jewish oligarch Leonard Blavatnik as a patron sponsor). Not only does the Epoch Times say nothing critical of world Jewry, its articles are written as if China has the only communist system left in the world—completely ignoring the crypto-Soviet “Russian Federation”, whose split with China from 1956-66 appears to have been complete theatre to further the Perestroika deception, as outlined by Soviet defector Anatoliy Golitsyn, and blur anti-communists’ vision as to where the bulk of communist power resides.
“…Sino-Soviet differences were intended to conceal a common Sino-Soviet strategy, in other words that the ‘split’ was a joint strategic disinformation operation intended to deceive the West.”
What’s more evidence that the Gong and its Epoch Times are controlled opposition gatekeepers is their staunch support for apparent KGB-Mossad asset Donald Trump and accompanying KGB-run Qanon/deep state-type narratives, whose aim seems to be to keep conservatives distracted and apathetic while asset Trump finishes off America unhindered (the Left doesn’t realize he’s working for their Marxist cause). Incidentally, Trump’s foreign policy seems to parallel The Epoch Times’ narrative of things by focusing squarely on China as the bad guy (all the while making backroom deals with them) and wheeling and dealing with Russian oligarchs and world Jewry. The Epoch Times seems to have been activated as a bit of a partisan sleeper in 2015, around the time Trump announced his run for U.S. president. Prior to that, Epoch tended to avoid partisan politics. As with any good Trump shill, The Epoch Times denies any collusion with Russia—an absurd thing for an anti-communist to say or anyone in possession of the facts.
Falun Gong, founded by Li Hongzhi in the early 1990s and with an apparent headquarters in Deerpark, New York, is a mysterious organization that portrays itself as a Buddhist/Daoist religious group exposing the corrupt Chinese communist authority. How an organization like this—which exposes everything from human organ harvesting to torture—can continue with millions of members seemingly unmolested appears rather miraculous in the most totalitarian, despotic nation on the planet. The worst the CCP seems to have done to Falun as an organization is call it “heretical”, which is ridiculous as far as communist attacks are concerned. It seems more believable that Falun has survived these decades because it’s actually a plant by the Chinese Communist Party itself—setting up its own opposition with which to corral all dissenters, at home and abroad, and thereby diffuse the energy and direction of any real dissident movement. This concept was borrowed from Red China’s greatest comrade, Soviet butcher Vladimir Lenin, who said that the best way to control your opposition is by leading it yourself.
Falun admits, “Although Hong Kong Falun Gong practitioners have been consistently harassed by CCP groups in recent years, generally, in Hong Kong, Falun Gong practitioners can freely practice their faith. They can do meditation in parks, distribute materials about Falun Gong on the streets, talk to people about the CCP’s repression of the Chinese people, and assemble, march, and organize activities, all legally.”
One of my readers has sent me several interesting emails and made comments on this site about how the recent ongoing protests in Hong Kong about China’s overreach could be staged by Red China itself. Falun Gong has a presence in Hong Kong and is likely to be involved in these protests to some degree. If true, it means the people of Hong Kong have no legitimate resistance movement and will inevitably fall under the Iron Fist of the Red terrorists from Beijing.
These Soviet Trust operations seem to be in full operation and more numerous as we inch closer to the anti-Christ world communist endgame, and it seems that the same fate of gatekept Hong Kong awaits America, Britain, and all of the Western world.
 De Haldevang, Max, Paul Ryan and Nikki Haley will be honored at a gala funded by a Russia-linked oligarch, Quartz, December 3, 2018
 Golitsyn, Anatoliy, The Perestroika Deception: the World’s Slide Towards the ‘Second October Revolution’, 1998
 Hong Kong Falun Dafa Association Deeply Concerned about the New National Security Law, Persecution in China, Falun Info, 06-12-2020