Steve Bannon, Allied with Falun Gong, Steps Up Hong Kong ‘Color Revolution’ against China
Sept. 15, 2019 (EIRNS)—Steve Bannon will release within the next four weeks a 43-minute “docudrama” film, entitled “Claws of the Red Dragon,” that lyingly portrays Huawei Technologies—presented in under the fictional name “Hua Xing”—as an instrument of People’s Liberation Army intent on destroying America. Bannon is coordinating this in alliance with the British intelligence-run Falun Gong, and U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), who launched a witch-hunt starting this summer to shut down Confucius Institutes on U.S. college campuses, and elsewhere, and purging Chinese-named individuals from U.S. universities.
Bannon, who made his original money working at Goldman Sachs, and who from 2005-2007 ran a black economy company Internet Gaming Entertainment (IGE), based in Hong Kong, using cheap labor, considers Hong Kong as a model and a type of second home. Bannon has significant networks in Hong Kong, which raises the question of Bannon’s role in the economic-physical warfare of using Hong Kong riots to attempt to split up China.
Bannon, acting for British intelligence, seeks to provoke China into what he called a Tiananmen Square response in Hong Kong, as he told New Tang Dynasty TV network on Aug. 30: “If there is another Tiananmen in Hong Kong, the CCP [Communist Party of China] will collapse.” New Tang Dynasty is owned by the Falun Gong.
Earlier this year, Bannon formed the Rule of Law Society, whose vision, in its mission statement, is “to permit the people of China to live under a national system based on the rule of law, independent of the political system of the People’s Republic of China.” That is, its purpose is to overthrow the government of China.
In his interview with New Tang Dynasty TV, Bannon unstintingly praises Falun Gong, and its newspaper Epoch Times: “This is the power of the Epoch Times and I think that’s why you’re one of the rising and most influential voices in the United States and the world on issues related to China.”