Pentagon Whistleblower Under Investigation For Trying To Prevent War With China Over Taiwan

24 June 2021 — The Dissenter


Franz Gayl (Screen shot from Government Accountability Project)

Pentagon whistleblower Franz Gayl has been part of the United States Marine Corps for over four decades. He spent the last months trying to warn U.S. government officials and the public of the threat of becoming entangled in a war with China over Taiwan.

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Dan Ellsberg Blows the Whistle Again at UMASS-Amherst Conference to Commemorate His Legacy

7 May 2021 — CovertAction Magazine
Jeremy Kuzmarov

Daniel Ellsberg: Nixon White House Wanted to 'Shut Me Up' With AssaultDaniel Ellsberg, co-defendant in the Pentagon Papers case, talks to the media outside the Federal Building in Los Angeles on April 28, 1973. [Source:]

The 90-year-old Pentagon Papers leaker details top secret plans in 1958 to destroy Taiwan and warns that similar discussions are going on in the Pentagon today.

Dan Ellsberg, the legendary whistleblower who has been arrested more than 75 times for protesting the U.S. warfare state, has not mellowed with age.

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Tanks and Think Tanks: How Taiwanese Cash is Funding the Push to War with China

22 April 2021 — Mint Press News 

In this Friday, April 13, 2018, file photo released by Military News Agency, Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen, second from left, inspects on a Kidd-class destroyer during a navy exercise off the northeastern port of Su’ao in Yilan County, Taiwan. Tsai boarded a navy destroyer to review military drills ahead of planned war games by rival China. (Military News Agency via AP, File)

Manufacturing Consent

Twenty years ago, a group of neoconservative think tanks used their power to push for disastrous wars in the Middle East. Now, a new set of think tanks staffed with many of the same experts and funded by Taiwanese money is working hard to convince Americans that there is a new existential threat: China.

by Alan Macleod

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With US support, Taiwan planted deception about warning World Health Org of Covid

17 July 2020 — The Grayzone

Taiwan Tsai Ing-wen Marco Rubio WHO China

Taiwan’s claim that it provided early warning to the WHO about Covid and “human-to human-transmission” has been exploited by the Trump administration to attack the multi-lateral body and turn up the heat on China. There’s just one problem: it’s totally false.

By Ajit Singh

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Apple’s China Comes Home to Haunt Us By Robert Scheer

15 February, 2012TruthdigRobert Scheer

Four decades ago Richard Nixon, a once famously hawkish Republican president, cut a deal with the Communist overlords of China to reshape the world. The result was a transformation of the global economy in ways that we are only now, with the sharp critiques of Apple’s China operation, beginning to fully comprehend.

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Stop NATO News: December 18, 2011

18 December 2011 — Stop NATO

  • U.S.-NATO Missiles In Europe: Potential Threat To World Peace
  • NATO System: U.S. Could Target Russia With THAAD Interceptor Missiles
  • Raytheon Awarded $685.7 Million: New Interceptors For Taiwan
  • New Defense Authorization Act Approves Arms For Georgia
  • Post-Libya Wars: NATO/EUCOM Commander Inspects Warplane Crews In Germany
  • Three Mistakes Will Defeat U.S. ‘Return To Asia’ Strategy
  • Shores Of Tripoli: Panetta First U.S. Defense Secretary To Visit Libya
  • Pakistan: Blockade Of NATO Supply Route Enters 23rd Day
  • Baltic Air Patrols Example Of NATO ‘Smart Defense’
  • No ‘Eurasian Spring’ In Russia

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Updates on Libyan war/Stop NATO news: October 5, 2011

5 October 2011 — Stop NATO

  • NATO War On Libya Attack On Africa, Venezuela Next
  • Russia, China Veto UN Resolution On Syria
  • Thirty Polish Soldiers Killed In Afghanistan
  • Georgia Continues Military Build-Up On Abkhaz, South Ossetian Borders
  • Missiles, Warplanes: U.S., NATO Allies Arm Gulf States Against Iran
  • White House Plans To Further Arm Taiwan Against China
  • Kosovo: Serbs Hold Protest After Latest Deadly Attack
  • Romania Assists Armenia’s NATO Integration
  • Canadian Takes Charge Of NATO Nations Military Police
  • NATO Plans Interim Interceptor Missile Capability
  • ‘Mock’ Ground-Based Interceptor Missile Blocks Alabama Traffic

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Updates on Libyan war/Stop NATO news: September 23, 2011

23 September 2011 — Stop NATO

  • Washington And The Middle East: Almost All Small Nations Challenging U.S. Hit By Strikes, Sanctions
  • American Military Delegation Visits Lebanon-Israel Border
  • Rasmussen: Chicago NATO Summit To Focus On Missile System, Afghan War
  • Russia To Counter NATO ABM With Sea-Based Missile Defense
  • FYI: Coming EU Collapse To Re-energize NATO
  • Chinese Foreign Minister Urges U.S. To Revoke Taiwan Arms Sales
  • European Union Global Military Operations Parallel NATO’s
  • NATO Wraps Up Multinational Exercise In Indiana
  • Russian UN Envoy Decries Double Standards On Conflicts

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Updates on Libyan war: Stop NATO news: July 25, 2011

25 July 2011 — Stop NATO

  • NATO Air Attacks Shake Libyan Capital, Environs
  • NATO’s Air Assault On Libya: 16,281 Missions, 6,142 Strike Sorties
  • NATO Troops Shoot Dead Afghan Female Doctor, Family Members
  • Taiwan Urges NATO, U.S. Navy To Pay Compensation To Slain Captain’s Family
  • Ex-NATO, U.S. Military Chief Shalikashvili Dies
  • Ex-Top NATO, U.S. Commander: From Nazi Germany To Bosnia

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Wikileaks Newslinks 12 June 2011

12 June 2011 —

A new documentary peers into the WikiLeaks founder’s cyber-netherworld
By Glenn Garvin WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says his life has a single, simple purpose: “I like crushing bastards.” That sentiment sounds noble, until you find out just how flexible his definition of “bastards” is. “All of us came across material …

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U.S.-China Conflict: From War Of Words To Talk Of War Part I By Rick Rozoff

15 August, 2010 — Global ResearchStop NATO

Relations between the U.S. and China have been steadily deteriorating since the beginning of the year when Washington confirmed the completion of a $6.4 billion arms deal with Taiwan and China suspended military-to-military ties with the U.S. in response.

In January the Chinese Defense Ministry announced the cessation of military exchanges between the two countries and the Foreign Ministry warned of enforcing sanctions against American companies involved with weapons sales to Taiwan.

The Washington Post reported afterward that during a two-day Strategic and Economic Dialogue in Beijing this May attended by approximately 65 U.S. officials, Rear Admiral Guan Youfei of the People’s Liberation Army accused Washington of “plotting to encircle China with strategic alliances” and said arms deals with Taiwan “prove that the United States views China as an enemy.” [1]

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Strained US ‘ China Relations: China’s Crucial Role as America’s Creditor By Prof. James Petras

8 March, 2010 — Global Research

The Obama Administration has heightened tensions with China through a series of measures which can only be characterized as major provocations designed to undermine relations between the two countries. These provocations include political support for separatist movements, such as the US-funded theocratic-monk led Tibetan secessionists and the Washington-based Uyghur secessionists, as well as through the $6.4 billion-dollar advanced arms sales to Taiwan, a virtual protectorate of the US Navy. President Obama has publicly met with and openly backed these separatist and secessionists groups, flaunting Washington’s refusal to recognize China’s existing borders. This is part of the US strategy of encouraging the physical break-up of independent nations, which are viewed as ‘obstacles’ to its program of global military empire building.

In addition to continuing and escalating the hostile policies of his predecessor, the Obama Administration has exploited several other issues in order to rally American public opinion and mobilize overseas allies behind its confrontational posture. First, the Obama Administration claims that China’s currency (the Renminbi) is artificially undervalued to give Chinese exports an unfair price advantage, thus undercutting US manufacturing exports and costing ‘millions of American jobs’. And secondly, the Administration claims that, after the US had opened its domestic manufacturing market to Chinese firms, the Chinese would not ‘reciprocate’ and open their financial sectors to Wall Street investment banks.
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