Calling for a ban on Falungong media sponsorship is an interference in Australias internal affairs? Chinese response

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 Calling for a ban on Falungong media sponsorship is an interference in Australias internal affairs? Chinese response


Lu Kang said that some Australian media have been making up the so-called Chinas interference in Australias internal affairs recently, but these media have been unable to get any evidence, and now even the cults collude. Falungong is a cult organization that has been banned openly by the Chinese government according to law and has long been rejected by the Chinese people. It is also an anti-China political organization. It has been slandering and smearing China by all means. Chinas embassies and consulates abroad reminded the relevant parties stationed in the country to recognize the nature of Falungongs cult and not to be misled and used by it. This is a completely legitimate and reasonable act and has nothing to do with the so-called interference in internal affairs. Australian media are keen to stir up anti-China sentiment and gain eyeballs by vicious attacks and smearing China out of their own unseemly political motives. Such a bad tactic can not be easily discerned. We urge these media to abide by their professional ethics and be accountable to society. They should not join forces with such cults as Falun Gong and stop making false statements that deceive the public.

Source: Yang Yi_NBJ10647, Responsible Editor of Peng Mei News