Harvard’s ‘race-based’ actions range from discrimination in student admissions to their unwilllingness to take action against the university’s first black president.
As we count down to the new year, are you willing to lend your support to Asians for Liberty as we stand against Communism, which continues to erode the liberties of the world’s last remaining truly free country on earth?
In this lecture by James Lindsay of New Discourses, the parallels between our current circumstances and the strategies employed in Mao’s China become starkly evident, leading us to the inescapable conclusion that we are currently in the midst of nothing less than American Maoism.
In this session from the “With Liberty and Justice for All” conference, host Michael O’Fallon, alongside a panel featuring James Lindsay, Xi Van Fleet, Lily Tang Williams, Cathy Kiang, Sau O’Fallon, and Mike Zho, engages in a stimulating discourse focused on the contemporary American cultural revolution.
Lily Tang Williams, born in China to working-class parents who endured the hardships of Mao’s Cultural Revolution and Communist rule, found her long-sought freedom in America.
In this session from the With Liberty & Justice For All conference, Asians for Liberty co-founder Cathy Kiang begins by expressing her gratitude for courageous individuals committed to preserving freedom and truth.
Keep learning the truth, and keep sharing the truth, and the Truth will keep us all free!
‘Survivors of Mao’s Cultural Revolution and experts against Marxism/Communism team together to warn that Communism has infiltrated America.’
Many of you may have heard about what happened in mainland China back in November, where the citizens finally stood up all across China, demanding an end to the draconian lockdowns.
I am pleased to be sharing with you some key insights, twice a week in just a handful of minutes, on things happening in the world that are impacting our liberties. While the emphasis on topics are geared toward concerned Asians who cherish freedoms, all may be interested, as everyone would be affected in the long run.