Major U.S. Media Outlets Help CCP Promote Marxist Journalism | CCP | Epoch News

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Published on 16 Aug 2020, 14:00
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Under the rule of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), the School of Journalism and Communication at Tsinghua University aims to produce journalists adherent to the standards of ""Marxist journalism"". Recently, U.S. media revealed that for many years, some American corporations and media outlets have been supporting such training with human and financial resources. The trained journalists have started to work for Bloomerg and other renowned media outlets, spreading the scourge of communism all over the world. However, as U.S.-China relations worsen, U.S. media is gradually taking a stance to cut ties with the CCP.

On the official Tsinghua University website, the introduction of the School of Journalism and Communication clearly states that it “has been actively exploring the theory and practices of Marxist Journalism to applying the Marxist theory in observing the world, selecting and handling news production.”

The U.S. State Department recently disclosed that Tsinghua University has clear ties with the CCP on issues of technology and national security, and it has repeatedly launched cyber-attacks against the U.S. government.

The National Pulse report revealed that the alumni of the program have gone to work for western media outlets such as Bloomberg, while spreading the scourge of communism all over the world.

In addition, a recent report published by The Washington Free Beacon revealed The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal received more than $100,000 per month to run reprints of Chinese propaganda articles from the CCP mouthpiece, China Daily. Los Angeles Times, the Chicago Tribune, the Houston Chronicle, and other large regional newspapers have done similar deeds. In the past decade, The New York Times published more than 200 propaganda articles that covered up the CCP’s violations of human rights.

However, just recently The New York Times quietly deleted hundreds of propaganda ads paid by the CCP from its website. A New York Times spokesperson said that this action corresponded to the decision made earlier this year to stop accepting ads from Chinese state-run media, including China Daily.

Wang Ya-Qiu, a Chinese researcher for Human Rights Watch, urged other U.S. media outlets to end their relationships with the CCP.

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