Report: Book reveals China's move to flood America with chaos

 March 8, 2024

This story was originally published by the WND News Center.

Research by Peter Schweizer, a senior contributor at Breitbart News, reveals that the violent chaos that flooded American streets after the 2020 death of George Floyd, at the hands of police in Minneapolis, was pushed – even organized – by Chinese interests.

Breitbart explains that Schweizer's discoveries are outlined in his book, "Blood Money: Why the Powerful Turn a Blind Eye While China Kills Americans."

Schweizer details how some of those "seemingly spontaneous violent protests and riots" by leftists actually were set up and funded by Beijing.

One group that was identified was the Freedom Road Socialist Organization, which was described as a secret pro-Beijing group.

Revealed Breitbart, "Protests and rioting erupted after a series of high-profile cases, including the deaths of black teens Trayvon Martin in Florida in 2012 and Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, in 2014. One of the key organizers of protests in Ferguson was Montague Simmons, who was the leader of the Organization for Black Struggle (OBS) in St. Louis. He would later divulge during a presentation that he had brought some 10,000 out-of-state activists to participate in the protest. Simmons was also reportedly a member of Liberation Road, an offshoot of FRSO. Left-wing author Max Elbaum wrote the definitive history of the radical movement, in which he said FRSO has a long history of taking 'their cues from Beijing.'"

The book explains that starting in Ferguson, those Chinese-linked extremists were active in trying to trigger violence during street protests.

The reporting charges that when Black Lives Matter protests erupted across the nation, actual riots that did millions and millions of dollars' worth of damage to cities, "FRSO members' fingerprints were all over them."

One boast said that, "I can't tell you the joy it brought all of us to see the Third Precinct destroyed." And it came from Jess Sundin, the wife of FRSO political secretary Steff Yorke.

That police station in Minneapolis was burned during a night of protests after Floyd's death.

Rioters also torched a multi-story affordable housing structure that was under construction near the precinct, the report said.

Further, Breitbart reported, FRSO member Michael Sampson set up a protest in Florida, and group members were keys to rioting in Wisconsin.

The group's Chinese allegiance was confirmed in 2022 when the group promised support to the Chinese Communist Party, stating, "Dear Comrades, Freedom Road Socialist Organization congratulates the leadership of the Communist Party of China, with Comrade Xi Jinping at its core, for the great successes achieved at the 20th National Congress. . . . Socialist China is an example to oppressed people everywhere who yearn for a better future. … Long live the Communist Party of China! Long live the unity between the people of China and the people of the U.S.!"

The report noted that a group calling itself the Party for Socialism and Liberation also is secret, and also is tied to Beijing's interests.

The report noted PSL member Brian Becker, who also is affiliated with the ANSWER Coalition, had described violence in Ferguson as a "rebellion."

That group claimed there, "There can be no peace with this system! . . . The Party for Socialism and Liberation stands with those in the streets—they have every right to rebel. . . . the system is criminal."

Becker has exhibited odd perspectives on violence, blasting U.S. police for brutality but claiming the Tiananmen Square Massacre was the massacre "that wasn't."

He was featured by the Global Times, the government-run Chinese media conglomerate.

The report said Eugene Puryear of Washington, D.C., was identified as another PSL chieftain.

He was linked to the podcast that insisted, "Why China Will Win: Capitalism Inherently Collapses."

One Denver riot, where 600 people mobbed a police station, also was set up by PSL, the report said, as well as demonstrations in Philadelphia.

Other outbreaks were linked to PSL in Boston, Wisconsin, Indiana, Atlanta, New York City, New Haven, Detroit, Austin, Anchorage, San Francisco, San Diego, Asheville, Chicago, and Rhode Island, Schweizer reported.

Schweizer's reporting also charges that a contingent of Chinese intelligence professionals entered the U.S. posing as academics and were "identifying and targeting Americans they hoped would get involved with at least the peaceful protests, if not the violent riots."

And Schweizer asks the uncomfortable question: "Were—and are—there other similar units operating undetected elsewhere in the United States?"

The author continued, "The United States has its dividing issues and problems—but China is happy to fan the flames. Much of that work is being done by groups that meet with CCP officials, are tracked by Chinese Communist intelligence, and receive funding from China."

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