National Pulse revealed on April 28 that international media outlet Project Syndicate, which is funded by Soros, Bill Gates, the United Nations, and Google, is currently “collaborating” with several central-level mouthpieces of the Chinese Communist Party.
Project Syndicate, an international media outlet, publishes op-eds and analysis from “prominent political leaders, policymakers, academics, business leaders and civic activists” and works with non-Western media outlets to expand distribution.
The globalist propaganda organization, founded in 1995, has also received praise from the Chinese Communist Foreign Ministry, whose Twitter account praised the World Press Syndicate for its “objective and informative” defense of the Xinjiang genocide.
In total, the Chinese Communist media outlets partnering with the World Press Syndicate, China Global Television Network (CGTN), China Daily, and Global Times, published nearly 2,000 articles from the syndicated project that praised the Chinese Communist Party and attacked U.S. and populist content.
According to the World Press Syndicate’s website, the organization is funded by a number of foundations, including Soros’ Open Society Foundations, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Google Digital News Initiative, and the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network.
Since 2012, the Gates Foundation has provided $520 million to the organization for “global health and development public awareness and analysis,” and the Gateses have provided articles to the World Press Syndicate.
The Google News Initiative, through the Digital News Innovation Fund, has funded the World Press Syndicate with approximately $260,000.
Since 2018, the Open Society Foundations have donated more than $700,000 to the Syndicate project, and Soros has provided more than 110 op-eds.
The United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network, led by Jeffrey Sachs, who is linked to the Chinese Communist Party and defends the Uighur genocide.