Twitter Supports US State Department’s “Milk Tea Alliance” with Emojis

Twitter has once again interfered politically – this time across the entire Asian region by supporting the US State Department’s anti-China project, the “Milk Tea Alliance.”

It is a collection of regional opposition groups – all funded by the US government and all aimed at overthrowing Chinese-friendly governments in the region and replacing them with obedient, anti-Chinese client regimes.

This is just the latest example of not only Twitter collaborating with the US government – but US-based social media and tech companies working directly with the US State Department to advance US foreign policy objectives under the guise of promoting “freedom,” “democracy,” and “human rights.”


BBC – Milk Tea Alliance: Twitter creates emoji for pro-democracy activists:

US National Endowment for Democracy – Thailand (2020):

US National Endowment for Democracy – Burma (2020):

US National Endowment for Democracy – Hong Kong (2020):

Twitter – Disclosing networks to our state-linked information operations archive:

Reuters – Exclusive: Twitter suspends Thai royalist account linked to influence campaign:

Reuters – U.S. State Department speaks to Twitter over Iran:

New York Times – U.S. Groups Helped Nurture Arab Uprisings:

Oslo Freedom Forums – Netiwit Chotiphatphaisal:

BBC – Hong Kong protests: Activists received training from Oslo Freedom Forum:

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