Thursday, October 28, 2021

Exclusive Live Q&A Webinar: China’s Information War to Destroy America

Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leader Xi Jinping recently announced a new propaganda attack aimed at promoting the government’s system of government as a global model. As part of this campaign, it seeks to tarnish and tarnish the image of its main rival, the United States, while simultaneously promoting the CCP’s image as a responsible and fair player on the global stage.

The CCP employs a number of systems to control domestic and foreign information, including the Great Firewall for Internet censorship, its “50 Cent Army” of paid Internet trolls, and its tight control over the film and entertainment industry. However, its efforts in the West often go under the radar, such as its long-running campaign to influence foreign elites to manage public opinion on China. Targets include journalists, researchers, business owners and politicians.

In this upcoming Epoch Times live Q&A webinar, we’ll explore the topic of CCP sabotage and its systems for controlling the global narrative. Join host Joshua Phillippe and guest speakers Natalie Winters, Chris Fenton and Antonio Gracefo for this special online event.

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Join the program on Epoch TV:

September 29, 7:30 p.m. ET, on

operated by:
Joshua Philip
Host of Crossroads, Senior Investigative Reporter at The Epoch Times

Natalie Winters
Investigative reporter with National Pulse

Chris Fenton
Author of “Feeding the Dragon: Inside the Trillion Dollar Dilemma Facing Hollywood, the NBA and American Business”

Antonio Gracefo
professor of economics
Author of “Beyond the Belt and Road: China’s Global Economic Expansion”


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