Along with CNN, The Wall Street Journal and many other household names, Forbes has been colluding with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) by generating "favorable coverage" and "positive messages" about China in exchange for fancy private dinners and sponsored trips to China and elsewhere.
The China-United States Exchange Foundation (CUSEF), which is funded by the CCP, has been targeting not just Big Business and Big Media but also Big Education. Colleges and universities all across North America have been infiltrated by its slithering tentacles, producing a new breed of indoctrinated Americans that embrace communism.
A report from the U.S. government explains that the purpose of the effort is "to co-opt and neutralize sources of potential opposition to the policies and authority of its ruling Chinese Communist Party.
CUSEF was founded by Tung Chee Haw, who also serves as vice-chairman of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), which has been identified by the U.S.-China Security and Economic Review Commission as an important cog in the CCP's "United Work Front."
"The United Front strategy uses a range of methods to influence overseas Chinese communities, foreign governments, and other actors to take actions or adopt positions supportive of Beijing's preferred policies," the government report further explains.
Forbes remains one of the most inflammatory fake news outlets in the country, especially when it comes to advocating for vaccines, GMOs, crop chemicals, artificial water fluoridation and other forms of chemical violence against humanity.
About a week after the inauguration in 2017, Forbes published a hit piece against President Donald Trump accusing him of being "anti-science" for his past statements questioning the causes behind childhood autism.
The medical establishment continues to claim that vaccines have nothing to do with autism, despite a direct correlation between the ever-increasing vaccination schedule and autism rates.
According to Forbes, there is a "compelling body of evidence supporting the safety and effectiveness of vaccines," and anyone who suggests otherwise is a conspiracy crackpot.
Forbes further denigrated the president by claiming that he gets all of his information from "cable news and social media."
Before Trump was president, Forbes was aggressively pushing products from Monsanto. Forbes' advertisers, it turns out, are largely comprised of chemical companies like Monsanto that only exist because of fraudulent "science" that says GMOs are the "solution" to world hunger.
It would appear that the fake news outlet's constant pushing of vaccines, crop chemicals and other poisons is a direct result of its relationship with the CCP, which is concretely established in the FARA filings.
The CCP's influence on Forbes is also manifested in its constant hiring of biotechnology industry shills like Jon Entine, an industry-connected scam artist who helped set up the infamous "American Council on Science and Health" (ACSH), a front group for the chemical industry.
The Forbes-Entine connection to CUSEF is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to communist Chinese influence over American corporations and institutions.
According to Foreign Policy magazine, CUSEF is not a privately funded non-profit organization, but rather "a registered foreign agent bankrolled by a high-ranking Chinese government official with close ties to a sprawling Chinese Communist Party apparatus that handles influence operations abroad."
More related news about the CCP's influence on American institutions can be found at Propaganda.news.
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