A YouTuber with 784k subs (@laowhy86), long suspected of disingenuously parroting "I hate the Chinese gov't not the people", caught fabricating douyin videos & an escape from China story, was found to have been desecrating local unmarked graves in Taiwan.

Evidence suggests Matt was always ill willed towards Chinese people. Shortly after 100s of millions of Chinese were pulled out of extreme poverty & as China began making headway against the pandemic, a frustrated Matt wished they'd be pushed back into poverty to adopt his ideals.
Here are the details of when Matt used a fabricated/altered douyin video as hard evidence (as he claimed) of China committing a genocide.

When Matt's bizzare nonsensical "escape from China" story, boosted by @VOANews, was called out, he doubled down, adding elements that further contradicted himself, confirming beyond any reasonable doubt that he was outright lying.

Matt is the man behind this camera, helping to corner a scared small minority girl with his friend, using words like pretty & beautiful to try and get her attention, only to later use her in a video where they called her ethnic cultural clothing "stupid".

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26 Nov
This poor little girl isn't creeped out by two foreign men filming her in her village, who contrary to what they say to her, think her ethnic clothing is stupid, she's upset because she has to tow the party line & dance every time cameras are rolling, except this time of course.
Maybe she didn't realize exactly how much of a serious, totally not creepy, hard hitting filmmaker SerpentZA was. He should consider showing people some of his work on the road more often, to put his subjects at ease.
Here they are in my city, Shenzhen. I'd be creeped out/ask what they're doing if I caught them filming my children outside their school. I'd be furious if I found out they were filmed to be used as b-roll footage of them talking about childhood sexually. WTF is wrong with them??
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23 Nov
Guys, a new line of human rights sneakers just dropped. ImageImage
The cold weather is coming, pick up a pair of special edition prism snowden boots. They'll help keep your toes warmer than a XKeyscore server room.

Financing available for anyone with a financial credit score of 680 or more. Image
A new pair of Assange Jordan's just dropped. ImageImage
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1 Nov
When US platforms become the primary way your country's people communicate & have their ideas shaped, then you see its content being curated/culled to manipulate people into supporting malicious foreign interests over their own, you begin understanding countries who block them.
VOA/RFE/RFA/etc was the CIA's direct misinfo hotlines to foreigners, delivered under the guise of free speech, designed to facilitate their lying/cheating/stealing, and it still is, but they've also had to innovate & lean on platforms with greater reach.

But it's far more dangerous when you've got platforms with near monopoly-level control over attention spans across the globe, deploying the strategic culling of info while tricking you into believing you're getting the full story. They don't even need to try as hard anymore.
Read 4 tweets
1 Nov
CBC's Rotten Tomatoes: US Lapdogs & Cold War Propagandists

Cotton was one of the earliest targeted industries when Western backed NGO's and Think Tanks were trying to put Uyghurs out of work, because they knew it was an industry locals heavily relied on. Tomatoes are as well and the narrative is based on a lot of the same shoddy tactics.
You'll notice Adrian Zenz & his disciples, like France's mini-Zenz (Antoine Bondaz) ACTUALLY say there's NOT enough evidence to support coming to any conclusions, but they refuse to clearly say this in order to mislead others while covering their asses.

Read 13 tweets
27 Oct
I heard your call to action @ClayTravis, this must be debated & discussed. I'll help. Could you provide reference for when China said they'd continue using slave labor & sneaker companies bragged about using it? Those will be powerful tools to start with!

Update: Clay provided his source, which is great, but unfortunately it's himself.

It includes the same bombshell quote, (Chinese companies admitting to using "Muslim slave labor")

Hopefully his source (himself 7 months ago) has an original source 🤞

Here is @ClayTravis's source for his claim recently aired on @FoxNews and repeated by him for months. This is what zero integrity looks like.
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8 Oct
Watch @ryangrim melt down over @KimIversenShow questioning the hole filled Xinjiang genocide narrative, expressing concern for Muslims while saying he doesn't give a damn what other Muslims have to say about it, favouring the US funded narrative

Full vid:
Kim included screenshots of the actor playing dress-up on CNN pretending to be a Chinese police officer that escaped, Ryan and Emily remained in unphased.

Emily Jashinsky spoke about the people who came out of the camps, similar to those like Tursunay, who escape, on their government issued passports, and have continually evolving stories.

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