One way to propagandize is to select the criteria for judging.

September 9, 2016 § Leave a comment

“There is a strong correlation between the level of support shown for the South China Sea arbitration, and a country’s level of corruption and strength of governance/rule of law, as measured by Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) and Freedom House’s Freedom in the World scores”

I wonder what would be the result if “a country’s level of military spending and/or number of attacks on other countries” were added in? basically the imperial NATO countries and the US.

or the countries with war criminals residing. the false implication here is the the “good citizens” of the world support arbitration but the definition of “good” is filled with holes.

Who Is Taking Sides After the South China Sea Ruling?

 

I’m not saying this very well right now.

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