John Holdren Is A Professor At Tsinghua, Chinese University Exposed In True-Story Movie “Unsilenced”; Obama-Biden Bioweapon ‘Depopulation Czar’ Pushed Gain Of Function; Students Who Practiced Falun Gong Targeted By Tsinghua Professors, Then Tortured, Executed By CCP Police


“Biological warfare laboratories are potential sources of a man made ‘solution’ to the population explosion” — Tsinghua University Visiting Distinguished Professor John P. Holdren, formerly the Obama-Biden Administration’s ‘Depopulation’ Science Czar who 11 days before President Trump’s inauguration recommended lifting the ban on gain-of-function research, in his chilling 1977 book Ecoscience: Population, Resources, Environment

By Mary Fanning and Alan Jones | The American Report | January 22, 2022

Beijing’s Tsinghua University, where former Obama-Biden Administration ‘Depopulation’ Science Czar John P. Holdren was appointed Visiting Distinguished Professor after he recommended lifting the ban on gain-of-function research funding 11 days before President Trump’s inauguration, is the focus of “Unsilenced,” a new movie opening in select theaters in dozens of U.S. cities this weekend.

“Unsilenced” recounts how Tsinghua University administrators and faculty, CCP officials, and Chinese Communist Police collaborated to disappear, torture, imprison, and execute Tsinghua students and graduates who belonged to the Falun Gong spiritual movement.

The American Report revealed on June 18, 2021:

John P. Holdren, former Obama-Biden White House Science Czar, is “Visiting Distinguished Professor at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China,” Chinese dictator Xi Jinping’s alma mater, according to an official biography of Holdren posted at Harvard University’s website.

“Tsinghua University is designated very high risk for its high level of defence research and alleged involvement in cyber attacks,” according to the China Defence Universities Tracker, “a database of Chinese institutions engaged in military or security-related science and technology research” created by the Australian Strategic Policy Center (ASPC) International Cyber Policy Centre.

Tsinghua University hosts eight major Chinese defense laboratories, conducts classified Chinese military research projects, and engages in espionage, according to the China Defence Universities Tracker.

“Unsilenced” is based upon true events.

UPI reported in a December 23, 2001 report titled “Six jailed for Falun Gong Internet info”:

HONG KONG, Dec. 23 — China jailed six scholars for retrieving information about the outlawed Falun Gong spiritual movement on the Internet and sending it to others, according to a Hong Kong-based human rights group.

The Information Center for Human Rights and Democracy in China said Sunday a Beijing court sentenced six Falun Gong followers, four of them graduate students from the Tsinghua University.

The rights group said the scholars were sentenced to between three and 12 years. It said the six were detained between January to April of this year. It said nine others are still to appear in court.

The information center said two of those jailed were a married couple, Liu Wenyu and Yao Yue, scientists at Tsinghua University. It was not clear if all six were acting individually or as a group.

Last week the rights group said a Falun Gong member died while in police custody after being beaten. It said Zhang Min was forced to swallow salt water by police and was the 186th Falun Gong member to have died at the hands of Chinese authorities since the movement was banned.

The information center said Zhang was arrested after handing out Falun Gong leaflets. She died Dec. 5 in the Number two Detention Center in Yilan in Heilongjiang province, more than 700 miles northeast of Beijing, said the center.

According to the film’s official website,

Based on true events, “Unsilenced” follows Wang, a university student in Beijing, and his friends as their carefree days are shattered by the 1999 order that banned the spiritual practice Falun Gong in China. As the state churns out lies and starts brutally suppressing voices of dissent, they cross paths with Daniel, a cynical American reporter struggling to find meaning in his profession in the country he loves. With the risk of prison, torture, and even death looming over them, they must all make a choice: to go with their conscience and speak the truth, or to remain silent as atrocious crimes go on behind closed doors.

Actor Sam Trammell plays Daniel Davis, an American reporter for the ‘Chicago Tribune’ stationed in Beijing. Over the course of the film, Davis breaks the story of the CCP’s propaganda campaign of lies designed to paint the peaceful Falun Gong movement as a deadly national security threat.

Actress Jie-Fei Huang plays Secretary Wu, a powerful and cruel Chinese Communist Party member who holds a high-level post at Tsinghua University and who persecutes student leaders within the Falun Gong movement.

Taiwanese actor Tzu-Chiang Wang plays Secretary Wang, a brutal CCP official tasked with snuffing out the Falun Gong movement who personally oversees and participates in the excruciatingly painful torture and execution of Tsinghua students who challenged the CCP’s anti-Falun Gong propaganda campaign by hanging banners and distributing flyers in defense of their spiritual movement.

Holdren Is The Link Between Obama, Biden, Daszak, Fauci, and Tsinghua University

The close ties between the Obama and Biden administrations, the scientific architects of the SARS-CoV-2 unrestricted bioweapon which include Holdren, Peter Daszak, and Anthony Fauci, and, and the brutal Chinese communists running the CCP and Tsinghua University, leave no doubt that the CCP and its minions are laser focused on brutally killing other humans, whether they be Falun Gong students or hundreds of thousands of Americans killed by the CCP unrestricted bioweapon.


Brutal Communist Police Tactics Depicted In “Unsilenced” Now Increasingly Common In Western Countries Including U.S. And Australia Amid Authoritarian Pandemic Rules

Corporate media in the U.S. has spent years hiding from the American people the full extent of the Communist Chinese Party’s brutal and barbaric methods of maintaining its iron grip on power.

“Unsilenced” does not hold back in depicting the CCP’s shocking crimes against humanity waged against Tsinghua University students and alumni who practice Falun Gong. 

As horrific as the methods of the CCP’s secret police are, their tactics depicted in the movie are not that far removed from tactics increasingly used by police enforcing COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns and vaccine passport rules in western countries including the United States and Australia.

For example, in New York City, police reportedly ‘arrested’ a nine year old girl for refusing to show a vaccine passport at New York’s Natural History Museum.

How much will we tolerate? Is there a level of outrage or a moment in time when Americans will finally say NO!  At what point do the American people take back their country? Is it when the thugs take away our children? How many must they destroy?

Yes, we have gone far past Lexington and Concord.

In Australia, the situation is even worse, as evident in the following video:

NBA owner Chamath Palihapitiya, co-owner of the Golden State Warriors and a major supporter of the Democratic Party, recently said that no one cares about human rights abuses in China against Uyghurs.

The Communist Revolution is underway in America.

The Patriot Act and the Smith-Mundt Modernization of 2012 embrace propaganda as a tool of deception.

Our constitutional rights are being shredded before us.


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