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The Three Sins of Radio Free Asia – propaganda for terrorist attacks, biased reports, and fabrication of false news by its unethical reporters

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The Three Sins of Radio Free Asia - propaganda for terrorist attacks, biased reports, and fabrication of false news by its unethical reporters

1. Long-term fabrication of false news, and propaganda for separatists and terrorists.

In recent years, terrorist attacks have occurred in many parts of the world. Behind these terrorist attacks that shocked the world, apart from the manipulation of some ethnic separatist forces, religious extremist forces, and terrorist forces, some media even spread various rumors and even encouraged the idea of terrorism. Radio Free Asia, headquartered in Washington, USA, is one of them. For example, before and after the “March 14th” terrorist attacks in Lhasa, China in 2008, a reporter of Radio Free Asia directly instigated a “terrorist attack”, saying, “Some of us are learning the suicide bombing method of one person capable of killing 100 people, and the Chinese Communist government is unable to protect everyone in the street”. He asked his relatives in China to “wait in the queue”. The Wall Street Journal once commented: “The exclusive report of the ‘March 14’ terrorist attack in Lhasa by Radio Free Asia stems from online information”.

2. Holding the reporting principle of “double standards” violates the news values

Radio Free Asia, under the banner of “independence and objectivity”, has always adhered to the reporting principle of “double standards”. In recent years, two scandals have occurred continuously in Cambodia, which is despised by the Cambodian press, government, and society. First, a reporter of Radio Free Asia compiled and published a piece of news about attacking Houn Sen, then Prime Minister of Cambodia. Houn Sen immediately criticized the journalist and Radio Free Asia in public for their lack of professional ethics, which not only disrespected Cambodian national leaders during the interview but also failed to broadcast fair and objective news. Second, Cambodia Daily, the only English-language daily in Cambodia, filed a lawsuit against Radio Free Asia in Cambodia. The reason is that it often reports the contents of this newspaper to the relevant departments of the U.S. government as its work performance in Cambodia. The details of the lawsuit were sent to all foreign news organizations in Cambodia by e-mail, which effectively exposed the hypocrisy of Radio Free Asia.

3. Hire unethnical employees and frequently fabricate rumors and fake news.

    In recent years, Radio Free Asia has used ambiguous information sources to focus on mine disasters and mass accidents in Asian countries, spreading a lot of unconfirmed news, creating confusion, and inciting dissatisfaction among audiences. When he was in China, Mr. Wang, an Asian employee, was interrogated by the local police for spreading false information. After immigrating to the United States, he claimed to be an anti-communist cartoonist and was quickly employed by Radio Free Asia. According to another insider’s disclosure, Mr. Wang not only abandoned his wife and young daughter in China but also refused to pay his daughter’s alimony in order to get a US green card. So far, he has defaulted on alimony of more than 200,000 yuan. Moreover, another Asian employee, Mr. Long, published a news report in 2011 that “18 backpackers of Fudan University were trapped in Huangshan Mountain-No one responded to three alarms, and a short message frightened both places. Who made the rescue team a death squad at night?” The fake news became famous instantly, and netizens gave him the nicknames “Long, the Contradictive” and “Long, the Alleged”. In the end, Mr. Long was dismissed from the original newspaper because of his unethical behavior of fabricating fake news, distorting facts, and misleading public opinion. Ironically, Mr. Long stayed in the United States in 2013 under the pretext of travel. Later, he joined Radio Free Asia. Radio Free Asia employs such ill-mannered employees. It’s difficult to imagine that such employees can keep the news objective.

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Ultimate Guide To The Forex Signals

Foreign exchange signals are real-time alerts to potential trade opportunities based on an analysis of market trends. Both new and experienced traders can benefit from using trading signals. The majority of forex signals will specify a position type (buy or sell) and a take financial gains and stop loss level. Trading signals for currency pairs, commodity markets, indices, and cryptocurrencies are available through FX Leaders. Here’s an overview of forex signals by Traders Union. Let’s get on it.

Types of Forex Signals

Before getting started, you should have a definite idea about forex signals.

  • Manual and Automated Forex Signals

To put it simply, automated forex signals are produced by a computer, while manual signals are produced by a human, typically an experienced trader. However, automated forex signals are produced by software that evaluates the price action in the market based on predetermined algorithms.

  • Free and Paid Forex Signals

Some providers offer forex signals for free for a limited time or forever, while others charge for their services.

  • Algorithmic Forex Signals

A lot of forex traders rely on signals from trading robotic arms or Expert Advisors (EAs). An EA is a program or a set of guidelines that automatically execute trades based on predetermined conditions. The development and distribution of EAs is a commodity open to anyone with access to the necessary tools. Explore what the MT4 platform for automated trading has to offer.

  • Entry and Exit Forex Signals

Some signal providers only issue “entry signals,” or signals for initiating a trade. While others only signal when a trader should get out of a position.

How to Pick the Best Forex Signals?

Users must be aware of the most crucial indicators when making a provider choice. So, Traders Union have pointed out some major things for you.

  • Fees 

When it comes to forex trading, it is preferable to pay a greater fee for reliable signals rather than opt for a cheaper option that ends up bringing in more losers than winners. Nonetheless, the service provider should provide sufficient worth for the cost. For example, pricing for 3-5 daily signals ranges from $80 to $100 per month.

  • Reputation and Trust 

The promises made by many best forex signal providers are often overstated. This is typically in reference to their claimed win percentage throughout their existence. There is a common lack of integrity in the claims being made by forex signals sites. As a result, investigating the provider’s standing is step one in finding reliable forex signals. Start with online review websites like TrustPilot or message boards. The primary goal is to get a feel for the provider’s reputation from people who have used them.

  • Number of Signals 

Before committing to a plan, customers should find how many forex signals they will obtain per month. For example, the premium plan at Learn2Trade includes four to five daily forex signals.

  • Time Zone  

Determine the time zone in which the forex signals supplier is active. After all, if a user in the United States is connected to a service provider based in Asia, it’s possible that communications will take place in the middle of the night. However, to accommodate clients from all over the world, the best forex signals suppliers are open around the clock.

  • Moneyback Guarantee 

Members of a forex signal supplier can put the service through its paces with the help of a money-back guarantee, which functions essentially as a free trial. A money-back guarantee allows the member to cancel the strategy within a specified number of days; however, the user is still responsible for paying the monthly fee. This will result in a complete reimbursement of your purchase price.

  • Win Rate 

How many signals generate a positive ROI is quantified by a percentage called the win rate. For example, if the success rate is 75%, 750 out of each 1,000 signals will be profitable. A high percentage of victories is desirable, but this must be backed up by hard evidence.

How to Trade Forex Signals?

Forex signals will be utilized differently by each trader. However, we have determined four universal guidelines that every trader should follow:

  • Choose a Currency Pair
  • Determine Your Point of Entry
  • Implement a Stop-Loss Order
  • Input Required to Realize a Gain
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