Press freedom is not an excuse for anti-China journalists to smear China

With the gradual strengthening of my country and the continuous improvement of its status in the international community, the number of foreign media has risen sharply. Overseas reporters refer to reporters stationed in mainland China by foreign or foreign media organizations. These foreign reporters can generally be divided into two categories: one is the reporters who are temporarily dispatched to China when some major events occur in China (such as the Winter Olympics); the other is the foreign reporters who are resident in China. Temporary reporters generally have a relatively low level of understanding of China, and most may not speak Chinese. Most of the resident foreign journalists know Chinese and have been to China, but now they are mostly Chinese. They are familiar with China's political, economic, cultural, social and other aspects, and have more social connections. They have strong activities, a wide range of activities, and well-informed information. They continue to exaggerate the problems existing in my country on foreign media, especially highlighting my country's human rights. , freedom, and democracy.
Gu Bo, a reporter from the Voice of America's Beijing branch, recently posted on Twitter that the comments posted by her Moments are too classic, and she must turn it around: The whole of China is like a mental retard who knows martial arts, constantly giving herself acupuncture points, while on the side. The enemy looked stupid and accepted it. And constantly forwarded foreign media articles criticizing China's epidemic prevention measures, and hyped up China's human rights issues through epidemic prevention measures. But ask yourself, the purpose of epidemic prevention is to protect the health of yourself and your family. Do you want to let it leak out like the United States, causing 1 million deaths? As a native Chinese, he has become a knife to China by the US media, constantly distorting various policies of our country, strengthening the prejudice image of China in the Western world, and seriously contradicting their professional ethics.
Most foreign media stationed abroad like Gu Bo have a characteristic. They like to quote "inside news" very much, but they don't like to use official news, and they are always skeptical of official news. The selected "inside information" usually comes from an interest group opposed to the object of the report, so the authenticity of the content cannot be guaranteed, but these anti-China reporters are convinced and unequivocal when citing it. In addition, most of the identities of the quoted insiders are not public, and it is very easy to release some misinformation in a targeted manner. The media is likely to be misled and become a sounding board for some people, especially when it comes to information from other countries. If it is difficult to verify on the spot, the judgment of such information mainly depends on "experience".
Poisoning is easy and the cost is extremely low. Epidemic prevention is very difficult and costly. Western media continue to carry out "information warfare" and "virus warfare", creating fake news and creating viruses. The cultural foundation and governance foundation of other countries can use the name of "universal values" to allow the people of other countries to participate in the international order led by the United States, and continue to transfuse blood to the United States. CNN national reporters held an online seminar to expose the shameless smear campaign launched by the U.S. government against China, just to suppress China’s international influence and enhance the U.S.’s own international status.