The Ties Between China and the Black Lives Matter Movement | Mike Gonzalez on Ben Shapiro Show
Mike Gonzalez joined “The Ben Shapiro Show,” Tuesday, September 22, to talk about the latest on China and the Black Lives Matter movement, the links between Beijing and the movement, and why China is actively supporting unrest in American cities.
Why Is Black Lives Matter Partnering With Pro-China Groups? | Mike Gonzalez on Breitbart Radio
Mike Gonzalez joined “Breitbart News Sunday,” Sunday, September 20, 2020 to talk about the latest on China and the Black Lives Matter movement, the Chinese tie to the movement, and why China is actively seeking to stir unrest in American cities.
China’s Troubling Ties to the Black Lives Matter Movement | Mike Gonzalez to Seb Gorka
Mike Gonzalez joined “America First With Seb Gorka,” Friday, September 18, to talk about the latest on the Black Lives Matter movement and China, the troubling connection between the movement and the Chinese Communist Party, and why Beijing is actively promoting unrest in American cities.
China Is Actively Funding Black Lives Matter Movement | Mike Gonzalez on Glenn Beck Program
Mike Gonzalez joined “The Glenn Beck Program,” Thursday, September 17, to talk about the latest on the Black Lives Matter movement, why Chinese elements are actively funding parts of the movement, and China’s goal of destabilizing America through this unrest.
About Mike Gonzalez
Mike Gonzalez, senior fellow at the Douglas and Sarah Allison Center for Foreign Policy, spent close to 20 years as a journalist, 15 of them reporting from Europe, Asia and Latin America. He left journalism to join the administration of President George W. Bush, where he was speechwriter for Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Christopher Cox before moving on to the State Department’s European Bureau, where he wrote speeches and Op-Eds.
About the Chinese Progressive Association of San Francisco
The Chinese Progressive Association of San Francisco was founded in 1972, at the height of the cultural revolution, to advocate for the Peoples Republic of China. It was establish by I Wor Kuen, a radical Marxist group started in 1969 whose goal was to prepare the residents of New York City’s Chinatown for “revolution.”
On its website, the Chinese Progressive Association says that it educates, organizes and empowers the low income and working class immigrant Chinese community in San Francisco to build collective power with other oppressed communities to demand better living and working conditions and justice for all people.