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Secret plot by China to infiltrate UN

The Sydney Morning Herald has an  interesting story , about a secret plot by China to infiltrate the United Nations via Australian insider Sheri Yan. Here's part of it... Earlier this year, a petite 62-year-old woman dubbed the ‘‘queen of the Australian-China social scene’’ walked out of a US federal prison. Charming and gregarious, Sheri Yan was once known for hosting soirees around the world where diplomats mingled with millionaire business executives and socialites. But her life changed forever in October 2015, when she was arrested by FBI agents in New York and accused of bribing the former president of the United Nations General Assembly, John Ashe... In the blur of names and NGOs, it is easy to get confused. It is perhaps why Yan’s story has mostly been reported as a straightforward kickbacks case, a cautionary tale of avarice. Yet serving and former national security officials in Australia and the US note the pattern of conduct displayed by Yan’s NGO and the two octhers

hina's campus crackdown intensifies

AXIOS, Bill Bishop Students at commencement ceremony of Peking University. Photo: Xinhua/Shen Bohan via Getty Images   The government has decided that college campuses are in need of enhanced security and ideological hardening, and is implementing different control measures, Reuters reports. The  article states : Late on Wednesday, the university, informally known as Beida, warned all students against taking part in demonstrations of support for recent labor-rights activism involving former students and said they would be held responsible if they “challenged the law”. The school believes that the majority of students are sensible, but if there are those near you who are spreading rumors or reactionary sentiments, regardless if they are your teacher or your friend or your schoolmate, please keep a firm stance,” students were told over instant messaging platforms. On Tuesday, the Communist Party committee at Beida set up new bodies responsible for disciplinary inspection tours and

Baloch students protest in Karachi & Islamabad for release of missing persons

November 16, 2018 From News disk of *(The Balochistan Post)* brought to you by *(Current Balochistan)* Baloch students and other activists have protested in two major cities of Pakistan to demand release of Baloch missing persons. According to details, large number of activists and students protested in front of Islamabad and Karachi press clubs in solidarity with protest camp of Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP), which is held in Quetta. In Islamabad, the protestors marched through various streets chanting slogans against judiciary and government for failure to take notice against the ‘alarming situation’. The protestors said that the women and children are protesting in the cold weather of Quetta for their loved ones, this protest is to show solidarity with them. The protestors also strongly criticised the role of Balochistan’s provincial government, which ‘has been totally indifferent to the grave issue of missing persons’. Separately, Baloch students also protested i

Pakistan has to pay for its atrocities on Baloch nation. BNM

November 16, 2018 *(Current Balochistan)* The central spokesman of Baloch National Movement in his statement released today, said, Pakistan had put the law of jungle into practice in Balochistan, where its army and intelligence agencies had been playing orgy with the blood of Baloch people. While commenting on the existing situations of law and order in Balochistan he maintained, “Law regarding human rights is itself enforced disappeared, like the people of Balochistan.” BNM spokesman stated, “Nasrullah Baloch and Mama Qadeer Baloch have been struggling for the safe release of Baloch missing persons for more than a decade on the platform of Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP).  The families of thousands of enforced disappeared have recorded their protests in this token hunger strike camp of VBMP, but the state has not moved an inch to deviate from its policy of Baloch genocide; rather it has increased in intensity. Regardless of this, our mothers and sisters have been stan

Baloch and Pashtun students protest in Multan.

November 16, 2018 From News disk of *(The Balochistan Post)* brought to you by *(Current Balochistan)* Pashtun and Baloch students protested in front of Multan press club on Thursday According to details received by The Balochistan Post, Pashtun and Baloch students carried out a joint protest in Multan. The protest was against the killing of Superintendent of Police, Tahir Dawar and enforced disappearances of Baloch and Pashtun people. Superintendent of police (SP) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Tahir Dawar was first reported missing from his Islamabad residence on October 26 and on November 14, the Afghan government confirmed the discovery of a body along with the service card of SP Tahir Dawar. A press release by Pakistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated that the Afghan Ministry of Foreign Affairs informed the Pakistan Embassy in Kabul that locals had found the body in Dur Baba district of Nangarhar province a day earlier. The Pashtun Tahafuz Movement (PTM), an organisation striving