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被中共的大外宣使了巨额银子的哈佛托儿 2020-07-23 13:33:50

        托儿 / Shill :


shill, also called a plant or a stooge, is a person who publicly helps or gives credibility to a person or organization without disclosing that they have a close relationship with the person or organization. Shills can carry out their operations in the areas of media, journalism, marketing, politics, confidence games, or other business areas. A shill may also act to discredit opponents or critics of the person or organization in which they have a vested interest through character assassination or other means.

In most uses, shill refers to someone who purposely gives onlookers, participants or "marks" the impression of an enthusiastic customer independent of the seller, marketer or con artist, for whom they are secretly working. The person or group in league with the shill relies on crowd psychology to encourage other onlookers or audience members to do business with the seller or accept the ideas they are promoting. Shills may be employed by salespeople and professional marketing campaigns. Plant and stooge more commonly refer to a person who is secretly in league with another person or outside organization while pretending to be neutral or a part of the organization in which they are planted, such as a magician's audience, a political party, or an intelligence organization (see double agent).[citation needed]

Shilling is illegal in many circumstances and in many jurisdictions[1] because of the potential for fraud and damage; however, if a shill does not place uninformed parties at a risk of loss, but merely generates "buzz", the shill's actions may be legal. For example, a person planted in an audience to laugh and applaud when desired (see claque), or to participate in on-stage activities as a "random member of the audience", is a type of legal shill.[citation needed] Shill can also be used pejoratively to describe a critic who appears either all-too-eager to heap glowing praise upon mediocre offerings, or who acts as an apologist for glaring flaws.[citation needed]


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HARVARD’S ASH CENTER, WHICH RECENTLY PUBLISHED A REPORT CLAIMING THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY ENJOYS RECORD-HIGH SUPPORT, HAS DEEP TIES TO THE CHINESE GOVERNMENT INCLUDING MILLION-DOLLAR DONORS FROM CHINESE STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES, LEADERS WITH FINANCIAL TIES TO CHINA, AND COLLABORATION WITH CHINESE UNIVERSITIES TO TRAIN CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY OFFICIALS.

The July 2020 report “Understanding CCP Resilience: Surveying Chinese Public Opinion Through Time” contends that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is “as strong as ever” and “under no imminent threat of popular upheaval.”

“Chinese citizen satisfaction with government has increased virtually across the board,” the Harvard Kennedy School Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation paper continues.

But the 18-page report omits references to events countering this narrative: ongoing Hong Kong protests, oppression of Uyghurs in Xinjiang, or even the party’s mishandling of coronavirus.

Harvard’s report was circulated widely by Chinese embassies, the CCP’s Foreign Ministry, and even state-run media outlets such as China Global Television Network (CGTN), which exploited the study to bolster its narrative the CCP enjoys widespread support.

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哈佛大学的灰中心最近发表了一份报告,声称中国共产党获得了创纪录的支持,它与中国政府有着深厚的联系,其中包括来自中国国有企业的数百万美元捐助者,与中国有金融联系的领导人以及与中国人的合作。大学训练中国共产党官员。

2020年7月的报告 “了解中共的应变能力:通过时间对中国舆论进行调查”认为,中国共产党(CCP)“一如既往地强大”,并且“不会受到民众动荡的直接威胁”。

“中国公民对政府的满意度实际上已经全面提高,”哈佛肯尼迪学校阿什民主管理与创新中心的论文继续说道。

但这份长达18页的报告没有提及与这种说法背道而驰的事件:香港抗议活动不断,新疆维吾尔人受到压迫,甚至该党对冠状病毒的处理不当

哈佛的报告在中国大使馆,中共外交部乃至中国全球电视网(CGTN)等国营媒体中广为流传,利用该研究来加强其叙述,中共得到了广泛支持。

跟随金钱。

灰中心的捐助者包括中国南方电网公司,该公司由中国政府全资拥有和运营,其管理“由中国中央政府直接任命”。另一个捐助者是中共本身,通过台湾外交部。

进一步的捐款来自新世界中国企业计划,这是一家中国公司,其董事会实际上所有中共成员组成。例如,其主席兼执行董事成家顺曾担任中共政治协商会议的常务委员会委员。

这些经济纽带使中共对灰中心发布的报告内容具有最大的影响力和最大的胁迫力。而常春藤大学已经在司法部部雷达未能从中国披露百万外事礼品。

由于中共的限制,该研究的前言主张“在中国大陆进行的长期的,公开可用的,具有国家代表性的调查如此罕见”,但关于如何规避此类限制或中国政府的能力(如果有的话)的细节却很少。被卷入。

取而代之的是,将其埋在一个脚注中: “本简介中引用的调查是由哈佛大学阿什哈德民主创新中心设计的,并由国内知名的中国民意测验公司实施。”

从来没有提到“信誉良好的公司”,也没有提供任何证据。

勾结CCP者。 

灰中心的主任是安东尼·萨希(Anthony Saich),他是该研究的首席研究员,他在2012年宣称中国“实际上并不是对美国的威胁”。

根据他在哈佛的传记,塞奇似乎是“在中国工作的众多政府,私人和非营利组织的”顾问”在中国具有商业利益:

塞奇于1976年作为一名学生首次访问中国,并每年继续访问。目前,他是中国清华大学公共政策与管理学院的客座教授。他还为广泛的政府,私人和非营利组织提供有关在中国和亚洲其他地区工作的建议。

萨希(Saich)担任美国电影院连锁店AMC Entertainment 的独立董事和受托人的职位就是一个例子,该公司臭名昭著地归功于中国大连万达集团公司。

塞克(Saich)还是亲美游说团体美中关系全国委员会(NCUSCR)的受托成员,其主席经常出现在国营媒体上,例如攻击批评中国加入世贸组织的批评家,造成数百万美国人失业的原因是“根本上的错误”。

他还认为,对中国外国直接投资(FDI)的担忧 是“过度反应”,而中国对外直接投资是中共控制美国公司并从事知识产权盗窃的  主要途径  

他甚至获得了中共的嘉奖。

2014年,他获得了上海市人民政府颁发的“白玉兰银奖”,以表彰其对上海发展的贡献。2006年至2009年,他获得了教育部最高的学术奖,清华大学的长江奖学金。

这项研究的另一位贡献者爱德华·坎宁安(Edward Cunningham)将自己确定为“能源,环境和金融服务领域私人和上市公司的顾问”。

根据他的简历,坎宁安从中国南方电网公司,从天府集团,一家总部位于中国,数十亿美元的管理公司“控制和资助的中共,以390万$一起获得百万$ 2.3 建立在工业总局国家工商总局的批准”,其中列出了几家国有企业为“合作伙伴”,而中共组织则为董事会成员。

这种财务联系使Ash中心对客观报告该政府产生了疑问,该政府阻止了该中心的主要研究人员似乎参与的许多业务交易。

中共 GOES IVY。

从2001年开始,灰中心举办了“中国发展领导者计划”长达10多年。

该计划将自己描述为“被中国政府广泛认可为针对政府官员的最佳海外培训计划之一。”

总结继续说:“这个为期数周的培训计划在中国清华大学和哈佛大学肯尼迪学校同时授课,旨在帮助中国地方和中央政府高级官员做好准备,以更有效地应对中国国家改革的挑战。”

除了与试图破坏美国政府的大学合作之外,该计划还向残酷的中共高层领导人提供了哈佛教授的声名狼藉的建议,这是该党自己的中央组织部精心挑选的。几年来,被《华盛顿邮报 》认定为维吾尔人的“镇压工具”的新疆生产建设公司的成员加入了代表团。

此外,该计划的说明指出“官员访问了美国的地方,州和联邦政府组织。” 该计划将CCP装置与美国国务院,食品和药物管理局甚至美国国会的会议联系起来

还包括科恩集团,这是一家由总统比尔·克林顿·威廉·科恩(Bill Clinton William Cohen)任职的前国防部长的咨询公司,并以詹姆斯· 马蒂斯(James Mattis)将军为首席顾问。代表团还参观了《华盛顿邮报》。

计划于2014年终止,现已与剑桥大学合作,但灰中心保留了两个明确旨在协助中共官员的计划。

上海市执行管理计划“旨在为上海市政府机构的高级官员提供战略,领导力,服务提供管理,城市规划与发展,危机管理和社会政策方面的见解。”

中国金融业领袖计划是“针对中国银行业的高级管理人员”的计划,该计划主要是国有的。

在社会正义的堡垒下,哈佛与压迫性,种族主义和新殖民主义政权的金融和商业联系导致虚伪的虚假展示。

FOLLOW THE MONEY.

Among the Ash Center’s donors are China Southern Power Grid Corp, which is wholly owned and operated by the Chinese Government, whose management is “directly appointed by China’s central government.” Another donor is the CCP itself, via Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Further donations come from New World China Enterprises Project, a Chinese company whose board is composed of virtually all CCP members. Its Chairman and Executive Director Cheng Kar-Shun, for example, served as a Standing Committee Member of the CCP’s Political Consultative Conference.

These financial ties grant the CCP at best influence and at worst coercion over the content of reports issued by the Ash Center. And the Ivy League university is already on the Department of Justice’s radar for failing to disclose millions in foreign gifts from China.

The study’s foreword contends “long-term, publicly-available, and nationally-representative surveys in mainland China are so rare” due to CCP constraints but provides little detail as to how it circumvented such restrictions or what capacity, if any, the Chinese government was involved.

Instead, buried in a single footnote: “The survey referenced in this brief was designed by the Harvard Ash Center for Democratic Innovation and implemented by a reputable domestic Chinese polling firm.”

The “reputable firm” is never named, nor is any evidence provided for this claim.

CCP COLLABORATORS. 

The Ash Center’s Director is Anthony Saich, who in 2012 claimed China “is not really a threat to the U.S,” was a lead researcher of the study.

Per his Harvard biography, Saich appears to have business interests in China as an “adviser” to a “wide range of government, private, and nonprofit organizations on work in China”:

Saich first visited China as a student in 1976 and continues to visit each year. Currently, he is a guest professor at the School of Public Policy and Management at Tsinghua University, China. He also advises a wide range of government, private, and nonprofit organizations on work in China and elsewhere in Asia.

One such example is Saich’s position as an independent director and trustee of AMC Entertainment, an American movie theatre chain that was notoriously subsumed by China’s Dalian Wanda Group Corp.

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Saich is also a trustee member of the National Committee on US-China Relations (NCUSCR), a pro-China lobby group whose president routinely appears on state-run media to, for example, attack critics of China’s entrance to the World Trade Organization, responsible for the loss of millions of American jobs, as “fundamentally wrong.”

He also believes that fears of Chinese Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), the primary avenue whereby the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) takes control of U.S. companies and engages in intellectual property theft, are an “overreaction.”

He’s even received awards from the CCP.

In 2014, he received the Magnolia Silver Award from Shanghai Municipal People’s Government “in recognition of contribution to Shanghai’s development” and was granted the highest academic award, the Chang Jiang Scholarship at Tsinghua University, from the Ministry of Education from 2006 to 2009.

Another contributor to the study, Edward Cunningham, identifies himself as “an advisor to private and publicly listed companies in the energy, environmental, and financial services sectors.”

According to his resume, Cunningham received $2.3 million from China Southern Power Grid Corp, controlled and funded by the CCP, along with $3.9 million from the Tianfu Group, a China-based, billion-dollar management company “established under the State Administration of Industry and Commerce (SAIC) approval” that lists several state-owned enterprises as “partners” and CCP apparatchiks as board members.

Such financial ties call into question the Ash Center’s to report objectively on the same government that gate-keeps many of the business deals the center’s lead researchers appear to be involved with.

CCP GOES IVY.

The Ash Center hosted the “China’s Leaders in Development Program” for over a decade, beginning in 2001.

The program describes itself as “widely recognized by the Chinese government as one of the best overseas training programs for government officials.”

“Taught both at Tsinghua University, China, and Harvard Kennedy School, this multi weeks training program is specifically designed to help prepare senior local and central Chinese government officials to more effectively address the ongoing challenges of China’s national reforms,” the summary continues.

Beyond collaborating with a university that has attempted to hack the U.S. government, the program brings Harvard professors’ prestigious advice to senior leaders from the brutal CCP, handpicked by the party’s own Organization Department of the Central Committee. Several years, members of the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corp, which has been identified as an “instrument of repression” against Uighurs by the Washington Post, have joined the delegation.

2011 CCP/HARVARD CONFERENCE

What’s more, the program connected CCP apparatchiks with meetings at the U.S. State Department, Food and Drug Administration, and even the U.S. Congress, as the program’s description notes “officials visit local, state, and federal government organizations in the United States.”

Also included were the Cohen Group, a consulting firm started former Secretary of Defense under President Bill Clinton William Cohen and boasting General James Mattis as a principal advisor. The Washington Post was also visited by the delegation.

The program, ceased in 2014, now collaborates with the University of Cambridge, but the Ash Center retains two programs explicitly meant to assist CCP officials.

The Shanghai Executive Management Program “aims to provide senior officials in Shanghai municipal government agencies with perspectives on strategy, leadership, management of service delivery, urban planning and development, crisis management, and social policy.”

The China Leaders in Finance Program is “for senior executives from China’s banking sector,” which is predominantly state-owned.

A bastion of social justice, Harvard’s financial and business ties to an oppressive, racist, and neocolonialist regime account for a blistering display of hypocrisy.

Natalie Winters

Natalie Winters is an executive assistant to the editor, as well as a Senior Writing Fellow at the National Pulse. She has previously been published at the WarRoom.org website.

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