Ken Gibson to Lead Protest Against Communist Chinese in NYC


Author and activist Ken Gibson


The virus is winding down in New York City, and people are breathing a collective sigh of relief. However, there are areas in the US where the virus is increasing, and there is a distinct possibility of a relapse, especially if individuals do not observe common sense.

While the virus was at its worst here, it was hard to express our feelings towards the Wuhan lab rats and the nation that has given the world three coronaviruses in the last 20 years.

A protest made on April 15 included myself and the challenger to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, New Yorker Miguel Hernandez.

Next week, we intend to have another peaceful gathering, with social distancing in effect, to express our feelings about this disaster. The time has come, and New Yorkers will not be silent. Neither will anyone else in America, or the entire world for that matter, and already some participants are preparing signs in many languages. Expect to see Mandarin, Cantonese, Yoruba, Tagalog, Korean, Welsh, Russian, Ukranian – and yes, English.

If anyone is interested in participating, you can email me at

It will be a peaceful and law-abiding protest that will address not only the need to close the Wuhan laboratory, but other issues such as the bad treatment of minorities in the People’s Republic of China, including the Uyghur Moslems, Christians and the Falun Gong, the ties that politicians in the US have to Wuhan, the Humpty Dumpty Institute’s ties to PR China, and the need to relocate major industry to the US.

The location is on the west side midtown, not far from A/C/E, 1/2/3/7 trains and many buses, which are free.


As an additional note: It would be something that people in America might consider – the boycott of all Chinese products. If it is made in China – it should not be purchased. If it is cheaper, it is because the Communist slavers in China have made a billion people slaves there.

Of course, it might punish the slaves in the short term but how long can the slavers survive if their economy collapses and their economy is dependent on selling the work of slaves to the world.

COVID-19 impact | Boycott Chinese products: Social media campaign ...
Made in China has a petition  to boycott Chinese goods. One might take a moment to review it and sign on.

We are calling on end-consumers around the world to Boycott China and Chinese made goods. China is a brutal dictatorship and their handling of their Coronavirus outbreak has cost lives around the world. In their political desire to hide the epidemic from the rest of the world, they allowed it to spread to just about every country on the plant.  By prioritizing political optics over the lives of their people, they are responsible for the deaths of a number of people around the world that we can’t even begin to guess the final tallies.  We are calling on all the world’s citizens to boycott tourism to China and to boycott goods made in China. We can’t depend on our politicians and big business to do this – their priorities are either to make money or to maintain peace. But as end-consumers, we can vote with our dollars and we can make a difference. Let’s bring our money back to our own countries and to countries that work together for peace and prosperity for all.   Please sign this petition pledge to make an effort to boycott Chinese-made goods. Take a few extra minutes to determine where something is made before purchasing. Spend a few extra dollars to buy a product not Made in China – and by so doing so, stop supporting a government that causes so much harm to its own people and to the rest of us.

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Frank Parlato

Frank Report’s founder and lead writer Frank Parlato is one of the internet’s most acclaimed investigative journalists. His writing and investigations have helped expose major criminal organizations and scandals.

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  • My late father was a member of a labor union and both my parents made every effort to buy American made goods. Sometimes it was impossible but they always made the effort.
    I hope in time to come more consumer goods will be made here.

    • That will depend on whether or not pressure is applied to companies and politicians. Both have betrayed the workers in the US and the US as a whole.

      They can get away with it or they can be stopped.

      I prefer to stop them and bring back jobs, but it is not an easy process.

      Today, I talked to a major paper about the story of the demonstration outside the PR China consulate for later this month, and I hope they will cover it – and not get sidetracked by some idiot celebrity who gets arrested or loses their fingernail. Where are the celebs in this? They are probably paid off by PR China and working for media orgs that are in bed with PR China.

      They distract from the real issue. I hope to bring attention to it and to get lasting pressure and attention on outing PR China – along with the pols they are tied to, like those on the Humpty Dumpty Institute – and to getting industry back.

      I hope too that more consumer goods will be made here, and the time is NOW. We can start paper production this very month, and along with it, needed pharmaceutical production.

      It is not impossible once we get the pols in our sights, and if need be, arrested and sent to prison for obstruction and dereliction of duty.

  • “An AMERICANORGANIZATION founded by tech giants Google and IBM is working with a company that is helping China’s authoritarian government conduct mass surveillance against its citizens, The Intercept can reveal.

    The OpenPower Foundation — a nonprofit led by Google and IBM executives with the aim of trying to “drive innovation” — has set up a collaboration between IBM, Chinese company Semptian, and U.S. chip manufacturer Xilinx. Together, they have worked to advance a breed of microprocessors that enable computers to analyze vast amounts of data more efficiently.

    Shenzhen-based Semptian is using the devices to enhance the capabilities of internet surveillance and censorship technology it provides to human rights-abusing security agencies in China, according to sources and documents. A company employee said that its technology is being used to covertly monitor the internet activity of 200 million people.”

  • “When a Dutch cybersecurity researcher disclosed last month that Chinese security contractor SenseNets left a massive facial recognition database tracking the movements of over 2.5 million people in China’s Xinjiang province unsecured on the internet, it briefly shone a spotlight on the alarming scope of the Chinese surveillance state.

    But SenseNets is a symptom of a much larger phenomenon: Tech firms in the United States are lending expertise, reputational credence, and even technology to Chinese surveillance companies, wittingly or otherwise.”

  • All the piece of shit liberals and their colored subjects will immediately call this “racist”. Can’t have non white people critisised for anything, can we? Fuck China.

    • The CCP has a billion slaves in PR China, and is looking to add 340,000,000 slaves as it takes over the US.
      This is a fight against slavery among other things.

    • “It’s a future in which our homes are never again exclusively personal spaces but are also, via high-speed digital connectivity, our schools, our doctor’s offices, our gyms, and, if determined by the state, our jails. Of course, for many of us, those same homes were already turning into our never-off workplaces and our primary entertainment venues before the pandemic, and surveillance incarceration “in the community” was already booming. But in the future under hasty construction, all of these trends are poised for a warp-speed acceleration.”

About Frank Parlato

About Frank Parlato

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Frank Parlato was the lead investigator and coordinating producer of Investigation Discovery's 2 hour blockbuster special 'The Lost Women of NXIVM.'

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