Free Beacon recently obtained documents showing that Microsoft helped Chinese state-run media outlets disseminate propaganda
as part of heretofore unreported partnership agreements.
The Beacon reports that the giant corporation signed collaboration
deals with state-run Chinese media outlets including China Daily and People’s
Daily. The latter is the official newspaper of the Central Committee of the
Chinese government. Summaries of the deals state that Microsoft agreed to
provide China Daily with technology that lets the paper target potential
readers-- and give the People’s Daily access to an artificial
intelligence bot specially designed to be controlled and censored by the
Chinese Communist Party itself.
Geoffrey Cain, policy director at the Tech Integrity Project,
an organization attempting to fight Chinese Communist Party influence in
American tech companies, stated: "These are major propaganda outlets that
publish outright falsehoods attacking the ideas of democracy, attacking the
very concepts that undergird our society, and yet an American company is
working to spread this.” Cain added, referring to Microsoft, "The purpose
of all this is to show the Chinese Communist Party that it’s firmly on the side
of China and the Chinese system.” So, apparently, are numerous American
companies, ominously including other tech firms, Hollywood studios, and the
As I’ve previously
noted, Microsoft’s Bing browser now utilizes an AI
search engine that seems to exhibit a distinct bias towards left-leaning
sites. (This is in contrast with conservative sites that tend to only show up
several pages down the line, if at all-- and many of which are now flagged as
“unsafe” by various antivirus software products.)
Shame on Bill
Gates, who, of course, is well aware that the CCP imprisons and tortures Uyghurs
24/7…365. And that it is an adversary of the United States and wishes to
effectively take over the world. Microsoft is helping the CCP do just that. You
might say it is giving China an Edge. In doing so, it proves to be a friend to
China—read massive markets and tons of cash—and not so much to America.
It’s one thing to
lean left, entirely another to actively work with and support the CCP.
In days of yore,
reputable American companies wouldn’t have aided our enemies for all the tea in
China. But Microsoft puts profit ahead of patriotism, the CCP before Americans.
I believe it was
Confucious who said, “Be careful with whom you get in bed.” That sentiment
should apply to Microsoft. The company has opened Windows to its soul.
It’s time to let it know we don’t like what we