Harvard Trained Genocidal Thugs – Opinion

The news that Rep. Eric Swalwell, a Democratic-American Representative from California was targeted by Christine Fang (a.k.a. China spy) broke during the Obama administration. Fang Fang, most news reports focused on Swalwell’s personal relationship with Fang and her willingness to fundraise for him in 2014. What was glossed over was how Fang inserted herself into Swalwell’s — and other powerful political players’ — circles: she was enrolled as a student at a San Francisco Bay Area university. According to Axios, she “took part in fundraising activity for Swalwell’s 2014 re-election campaign, according to a Bay Area political operative and a current U.S. intelligence official” and gathered “private but unclassified information about government officials — such as their habits, preferences, schedules, social networks, and even rumors about them — [which]It is considered a type of political intelligence. Collecting such information is a key part of what foreign intelligence agencies do.”

Fang’s friends and acquaintances said she was in her late 20s or early 30s when she was based in the U.S. and was enrolled as a student at a Bay Area university.

Her use of political gatheringsAccording to U.S. intelligence, Bay Area political officials, ex-students and elected officials current or former, the following information was provided:

  • U.S. intelligence officials thought she was responsible for overseeing possible unwitting agents she assisted in placing into local congressional and political offices.
  • Fang participated in regional conferences of U.S. mayors. She was able grow her network across the country.
  • According to one U.S intelligence official, and another former elected official, she also had sexual or romantic relationships over the course of three years with at least two Midwestern mayors.
  • Two intelligence officers claim that at least two sexual encounters with officials in the Midwestern region, one of which was with a mayor, were captured on FBI Electronic Surveillance of Fang. Axios could not identify the officials or talk to them.

Between 2011-2015 Fang’s activities brought her into contact with many of the Bay Area’s most prominent politicos.

American universities have been dinged in the last several years for their adoption of Confucius Institutes (which the National Association of Scholars has determined are Chinese state-sanctioned propaganda outlets in at least some of their activities) and higher education’s acceptance of millions in foreign funding. Fang opened up a whole new world to the fact that agents from foreign governments still make use of the American educational system to get into the United States. Now add educating Chinese genocidal tyrants to the hallowed accomplishments of American liberal arts institutions because it turns out, according to an Australian think tank, two of China’s Uyghur detention camp overseers studied at Harvard University under prestigious fellowships.

Yao Ning, a local party secretary of the Communist party who was honoured this year by Beijing for his work in Xinjiang, studied as an Asia fellow at Harvard University’s Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation between 2010 and 2011, according to a report by the Canberra-based Australian Strategic Policy Institute.

Erken Tuniyaz, chairman of the Xinjiang region, spent a few months at Harvard’s Ash Center as a new world fellow in 2012. Xinjiang’s chair ranks as the region’s second highest official after the party secretary, Chen Quanguo. In a speech in February, Tuniyaz defended Xinjiang’s internment camps as “counter-terrorism and deradicalisation measures”. In an article published in 2012, the Ash Center said the research of Tuniyaz and a colleague at Harvard “promises to inform their professional careers and enrich the Center’s portfolio of scholarship on innovation and democratic governance”.

A spokesperson for the Ash Center said Daniel Harsha that the Ash Center has conducted a variety of fellowship and training programmes for participants from China. “Candidates for this programme were only accepted upon the successful completion of the vetting process by the US embassy in Beijing,” Harsha said.

With the recent furor over radical curriculum — based as it is in Marxism’s Critical Theory — embraced by school boards across the country, any future conservative administration would do well to the oversight and reform of education in this country a linchpin of their agenda.

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