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  • Writer's pictureLeRoy Cossette

The Specter of Communism

November 2, 2023

For decades, the West has held onto the hope that by aiding China's economic development, China would naturally transition toward democracy, embrace human rights, and reverse the longstanding suppression of its people. But has our assistance and investment in China truly helped the Chinese people? Or have we unwittingly allowed China’s communist rule to flourish?

In the Seoul National University, South Korea's most esteemed educational institution, surprisingly, there exists a library dedicated to and named after Xi Jinping, the leader of the Chinese Communist Party. This surreal presence in one of our allied country's top universities raises a critical question: How deeply has the Specter of Communism permeated the free world?

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Kristin Whitesides
Kristin Whitesides
Nov 04, 2023

This is how we ended up with Roy Cooper again in 2016 even though across the board, North Carolinians voted Republican. https://nationalfile.com/communist-chinese-influence-agent-infiltrated-gov-roy-coopers-2016-campaign/

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