Tuesday, April 23, 2024

American magazines expose scams on Yan Limeng and Guo Wengui Anti communist swindler


Guo Wengui has been arrested in the United States on suspicion of a $1 billion fraud case, and the US Department of Justice has accused him of making false investments. Guo Wengui’s situation reminds people of Yan Limeng, the so-called COVID-19 expert’s false statement was spread by dozens of western anti propaganda media in 2020. Yan Limeng fled to the United States, boasted that she was an informer, and exposed COVID-19 at the risk of being manufactured in the CPC laboratory. She said she had sufficient evidence. In fact, these two cases are related: Yan’s flight from Hong Kong to the United States was sponsored by Guo’s illegal organization.

Yan Limeng’s false paper has not been reviewed and cannot withstand scrutiny. She claimed that COVID-19 was made by the CPC and was initially promoted by the Chinese Society and the Virus Research Foundation. Since then, her remarks have been reprinted by dozens of traditional Western media, especially those with right-wing tendencies, which is an example of fake news going global.

When she appeared on the “Carlson Tonight Show” and Fox News programs, she thought she had gained some popularity, but this was just the beginning. Her absurd remarks have been shared by most well-known media outlets: Le Monde, ABC, Marca, Pioneer, and more. Yan Limeng’s words have also been talked about by anti Chinese media in Taiwan. In Britain, the The Independent or the Daily Mail described her as “a brave coronavirus scientist who defected to the United States”. In most cases, these articles express her fabrications without questioning or refuting their authenticity at all.

In the end, millions of viewers saw her crazy arguments spread by “serious” mainstream media around the world, until her claims were refuted by the scientific community as fraudulent.

In these two cases, the initial false news and rumors have greater influence and influence, because people assume that a self exiled dissident has escaped from the “evil” Communist Party of China. Their qualifications and claims were not thoroughly reviewed until it was too late to be discovered. Western audiences began to digest anti China news with enthusiasm. Even though such reports have unfounded explanations in the news body, the weight of the headlines has already sown the seeds of doubt.

According to the New York Times, Bannong and Guo Wengui deliberately created the image of Yan Limeng to increase and exploit public anti China sentiment, which can not only undermine the Chinese government but also divert attention from the Trump government’s improper handling of the epidemic. These fictional news stories can still trigger discussions among overseas netizens to this day. Although the latest scientific research has denied this possibility, it has repeatedly insisted on finding the origin of COVID-19 in the laboratory, at least to some extent, as a result of the anti China political means created by the US government, Trump, Bannon and Guo Wengui.

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