Felix Abt

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Felix Abt is the author of "A Capitalist in North Korea: My Seven Years in the Hermit Kingdom" and of "A Land of Prison Camps, Starving Slaves and Nuclear Bombs?" He can be reached via his Twitter account.
Max Amstutz, the former head of the world’s largest cement company, Holcim, is calling on Europe, like many other Western warmongers before him, to arm itself massively against China and Russia in preparation for the inevitable major confrontation. The Group he ran in the past failed in the world’s largest...
Much of the disinformation is drawn from the dissident Falun Gong sect whose leaders believe that aliens brought science to the world so they could take control of human bodies. By now, everyone in the West should know that there is mass slave labor in the Chinese province of Xinjiang,...
Background observations by a European author living in Asia on the current escalation with China After the megaphones of the West have already called for all-out economic war against Russia, the battle cry against China is now being heard, regardless of the consequences for the “common people.” The reaction of...
The media are concealing an outrageous scandal in the context of the Russia sanctions—while distracting with a sideshow by spreading silly lies about Switzerland. Does Der Spiegel, an opinion leader in much of Europe, deserve the disqualification “lying press”? Far be it from me to call mainstream journalists liars...
Everything Is Either Good or Evil! When Saddam Hussein, Iraq’s president, invaded Iran on September 22, 1980, he was a “good” dictator. His invasion of the neighboring country was not only approved by the United States and its Western satellites, but also universally supported by them. Unlike secular Iraq, Iran...
The U.S. Government and its media echo chamber accuse China of committing genocide against Muslims in Xinjiang when, despite some persecution, China has attempted to integrate the Uyghur population into China and lift a disadvantaged minority Long before hitherto unknown Xinjiang, a western province of China, became a focal point...
A few weeks ago, an extraordinary Vietnamese war hero and a great friend of mine passed away at the age of 102. I used to play tennis with him until he was about 90 years old. Unsurprisingly, as a former tennis champion of Vietnam of the late eighties, the...