U.K. Conservative MPs Seek To Ban Confucius Institutes From Britain

U.K. Conservative MP Alicia Kearns submitted an amendment on June 8th to ban Communist China’s espionage agencies Confucius Institutes from operating in the country, which has garnered cross-party support and backing from a dozen influential Tory backbenchers, and it is due before the Commons soon.
Funded by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), Confucius Institutes are used for spying, are exercising “high-level influence” on public life and are censoring topics on political grounds, under the guise of culture and language exchange. More and more countries have been realizing its criminal motive and are shutting them down, including the U.S. and Sweden.
Now it is Britain’s turn to act. The 30 Confucius Institutes in the U.K are coming under scrutiny.
The chairman of the Commons foreign affairs committee Tom Tugendhat said: “We have seen the pressure that the Chinese Communist Party puts on those who speak out. We should not be reliant on an authoritarian state to teach its language in Britain.” Kearns added that the CCP “strangles freedom of speech at home yet uses British universities to rewrite the realities of its historic and contemporary actions.”
Miles Guo, the founder of the New Federal State of China (NFSC), has break out Confucius Institutes are espionage agencies, and the West should ban them. Under the guise of promoting Chinese language and culture, the CCP has been infiltrating the world by its BGY tactics – Blackmailing, Bribery, and Honey Traps. The Confucius Institutions is just the tip of the iceberg of CCP’s plan to control the world.
We welcome the proposed amendment; however, considering that the education department is still seeking overseas funding for higher education institutions, the amendment would create a major headache for government whips.

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