Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China

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FormationJune 2020
Membership• Eric Abetz
• Tina Acketoft
• Mantas Adomėnas
• Andrew Adonis
• Lucy Akello
• Dan Albas
• Rushanara Ali
• Ann Sofie Alm
• David Alton
• Lord David Alton
• Fleur Anderson
• Barry Andrews
• Kevin Andrews
• Alex Antic
• Sam Armstrong
• Nustret Avdulla
• Christine Badertscher
• Steve Baker
• Greta Bardeli
• Michael Barrett
• Kristijonas Bartoševičius
• Margarete Bause
• François Xavier Bellamy
• Ondřej Benešík
• Natalie Bennett
• James Bethell
• James Bezan
• Saranda Bogujevci
• Enrico Borghi
• Anne-Marie Brady
• Andrew Bragg
• Michael Brand
• Lyn Brown
• Fiona Bruce (politician)
• Agnieszka Brugger
• Chris Bryant
• Reinhard Bütikofer
• Jerry Buttimer
• Malcolm Byrne
• Olivier Cadic
• Alistair Carmichael
• Colin Carrie
• Joaquín Castro
• Ana Cătăuță
• Lisa Chambers
• Sarah Champion
• Claire Chandler
• George Christensen
• Raff Ciccone
• Donald Clarke
• Samuel Cogolati
• Chris Coons
• Rosie Cooper
• Irwin Cotler
• Judith Cummins
• Dhurata Cupi
• Janet Daby
• Georges Dallemagne
• Pierre J. Dalphond
• Gareth Davies
• David Davis
• Luke de Pulford
• Daniela De Ridder
• Eva Decroix
• José Ramón Bauzà Díaz
• Kerry Diotte
• Erkin Ekrem
• Engin Eroglu
• Nathaniel Erskine-Smith
• Tim Farron
• David Fawcett
• Doris Fiala
• Pavel Fischer
• Paolo Formentini
• Joar Forssell
• Anna Fotyga
• Liam Fox
• Andreas Fulda
• Yasue Funayama
• Michael Gahler
• Mike Gallagher
• André Gattolin
• Kentaro Gemma
• Anne Genetet
• Garnett Genuis
• Steve Georganas
• Nus Ghani
• Roberto Giachetti
• David Arthur Gillespie
• Blerina Gjylameti
• Tony Gonzales
• Anthony Gonzalez
• Sandro Gozi
• Trine Skei Grande
• Damian Green
• Stephen Greene
• Hampus Hagman
• Jasraj Singh Hallan
• Carolyn Harris
• Sally Ann Hart
• Andrew Hastie
• Kristoffer Robin Haug
• Wera Hobhouse
• Karsten Hønge
• Avdullah Hoti
• Leo Housakos
• Enver Hoxhaj
• Akira Igata
• Gyde Jensen
• Bernard Jomier
• David Josefsson
• Mito Kakizawa
• Karin Karlsbro
• Laurynas Kasčiūnas
• Mary Seery Kearney
• Helena Kennedy
• Peter Khalil
• Afzal Khan
• Imran Khan
• Young Kim
• Kimberley Kitching
• Tom Kmiec
• Mykola Kniazhytskyi
• Mimi Kodheli
• Bardhyl Kollcaku
• Henk Krol
• Sujeet Kumar
• Damien Kurek
• Stephanie Kusie
• Matko Kuzmanić
• Darin LaHood
• Helena Langšádlová
• Elisabet Lann
• Chris Law
• Philip Lawrence
• Constance Le Grip
• Ingrid Leary
• David Lega
• Miriam Lexmann
• Shaomin Li
• Jan Lipavský
• Dimon Liu
• Tim Loughton
• Kerstin Lundgren
• Craig Mackinlay
• Shabana Mahmood
• Rahima Mahmut
• Lucio Malan
• Tom Malinowski
• Fredrik Malm
• Anthony Mangnall
• Darren Mann
• Vincent P. Martin
• Marius Matijošaitis
• Lisa Mazzone
• Kerry McCarthy
• Hugh McDermott
• Siobhain McDonagh
• Stewart McDonald
• Michael McDowell
• Erin McGeehan
• James McGrath
• John McKay
• Greg McLean
• Marilou McPhedran
• Heather McPherson
• Esther McVey
• Fatmir Mediu
• Guri Melby
• Bob Menendez
• Oleksandr Merezhko
• Jeff Merkley
• Catherine Meyer
• Boris Mijatović
• Antonio Miloshoski
• Navendu Mishra
• Hidehiro Mitani
• Ajay Dutt
• Ninong Ering
• Chris Rath
• Simona Mohamsson
• Fabian Molina
• Layla Moran
• David Morris
• Hélène Conway Mouret
• Daniel Mulino
• Kieran Mullan
• Rónán Mullen
• Martina Munz
• Alexandru Muraru
• Akihisa Nagashima
• Gen Nakatani
• Andrius Navickas
• Maria Nilsson
• David Norris
• Omid Nouripour
• Simon O’Connor
• Cassy O’Connor
• Deborah O’Neill
• Masanobu Ogura
• Mareike Ohlberg
• Kensuke Onishi
• Niels Paarup-Petersen
• Owen Paterson
• James Paterson
• Amar Patnaik
• ⁨Žygimantas Pavilionis ⁩
• Mikuláš Peksa
• Niels Paarup Petersen
• Gerhard Pfister
• Eva Pils
• Ermina Lekaj Prljaskaj
• Jon Pult
• Yasmin Qureshi
• Roberto Rampi
• Tom Randall
• Janet Rice
• Marie Rimmer
• Benedict Rogers
• Frank Müller Rosentritt
• Dan Rosewarne
• Marco Rubio
• Alex Ruff
• Franziska Ryser
• Hirofumi Ryu
• Dovilė Šakalienė
• Yoshitaka Sakurada
• Shu Sakurai
• Gary Sambrook
• Kyle Seeback
• Bob Seely
• Damir Šehović
• Driton Selmanaj
• Andrew Selous
• Judy Sgro
• Joey Siu
• Sjoerd Sjoerdsma
• Henry Smit
• Alyn Smith
• Iain Duncan Smith
• Henry Smith
• Nathaniel Erskine Smith
• David Smith
• Revd Alan Smith
• Michaela Šojdrová
• Biyika Lawrence Songa
• Amanda Stoker
• Philippa Stroud
• Robert L. Suettinger
• David Sweet
• Hirofumi Takinami
• Viola von Cramon Taubadel
• Michael McNamara
• Cătălin Teniță
• Shizuka Terata
• Riho Terras
• Michael Tetzschner
• Stephen Timms
• Nick Timothy
• Lorentz Tovat
• André Vallini
• Tom van der Lee
• Martijn van Helvert
• Els Van Hoof
• Hilde Vautmans
• Andrea Delmastro Delle Vedove
• Guy Verhofstadt
• Aaron Violi
• Arif Virani
• Johannes Vogel
• Aleksandra Vukovic
• Yoshiaki Wada
• Cathay Wagantall
• Nicolas Walder
• Barry Ward
• Mark Warner
• Jingsheng Wei
• Zhang Wei
• Charlie Weimers
• Cédric Wermuth
• Arne Weverlin
• Tim Wilson
• Diarmuid Wilson
• Keith Wolahan
• Fatmir Xhafaj
• Vicky Xiuzhong
• Cllr. Hiroshi Yamada
• Shiori Yamao
• Hajime Yatagawa
• Salima Yenbou
• Ted Yoho
• Pavel Žáček
• Armend Zemaj
• Arta Bilalli Zendeli
• Marek Ženíšek
• Adrian Zenz
• Emanuelis Zingeris
• Sameer Zuberi

The Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China is a U.S. led effort to organize worsened relations between U.S. allies and the People's Republic of China, to secure continued hegemony.

Formally it is an "international, cross-party alliance of parliamentarians from democratic countries"[1], but since several of the members have very extensive ties to intelligence organizations, this is a top-led effort, and there is nothing democratic about it.

Overview

It was established on June 4, 2020, on the anniversary of the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests, and is chaired by Iain Duncan Smith, former leader of the UK Conservative Party.

The financing of the Alliance is not public (but presumably comes from diverse Foundations, and possibly even Foreign Offices).

The central organizer is U.S. Senator Marco Rubio, Acting Chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee. Formally it is a "cross-party alliance of parliamentarians", mostly conservative,liberal and greens, but several of the members have especially distinguished themselves in pushing for sanctions and military actions against other countries the United States have selected as enemies, like Venezuela, Russia and Iran.

The new coalition comes at a time of the U.S. announcing it would take a “competitive approach” to China, and this 'Alliance' could be seen as a way to sabotage trade between the competition and third countries.

Fitting its Cold War predecessors, the 'Alliance' has chosen to resurrect the propaganda buzzword, "the Communist Party of China" as a rallying cry when organizing the offensive.

It focuses on a range of perceived weak points for China, especially financing ethnic minority front groups and regional separatism, to push for introduction of economic sanctions and cancellation of Chinese economic investments abroad.

One of their advisors is Adrian Zenz, a non-Chinese speaker who is one of the sources for the claim of "1 million Uighurs in concentration camps", based on Chinese documents.

Several of the Australian members in government positions have been central in blaming China for the Covid-19 pandemic and demanding "an international investigation" (presumably led by themselves) into China's culpability, leading to severe Chinese counter-sanctions, a reduction of several billion dollars in Chinese purchases of raw materials from Australia.

Members

As of 2023[2] plus from 2020.[3]


 

Known members

36 of the 298 of the members already have pages here:

MemberDescription
Andrew AdonisLabour party politician and Bilderberger. Vice Chairman of the European Movement (UK)
Steve BakerTory MP who pushed gene-based Covid jabs on pregnant women.
Anne-Marie BradyNew Cold Warrior New Zealand academic. Member of Australian Strategic Policy Institute and Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China
Andrew BraggAustralian Senator; WEF/Young Global Leaders 2021
Chris BryantPrivate school-educated Labour MP for Rhondda
Reinhard BütikoferGerman politician, regular at the Brussels Forum, also attends WEF AGMs
Rosie CooperFormer Labour MP
Irwin CotlerCanada's Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada 2003-2006. "Totally unabashed defender and supporter of Israel". Member of numerous spooky think-tanks.
Tim FarronUK politician and Leader of the Liberal Democrats 2015-2017. Member of Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China.
Liam FoxUK politician
Sandro GoziItalian politician/MEP. Attended the 2017 Bilderberg
Trine Skei Grande
Damian Green
Andrew Hastie
Helena KennedyScottish barrister, broadcaster, member of the House of Lords.
Afzal Khan
Imran Khanex-Pakistani Prime Minister
Kimberley KitchingAustralian Senator who died suddenly
Shabana Mahmood
Tom Malinowski
Stewart McDonald
Michael McDowellIrish lawyer
Esther McVeyBritish MP, former minister and newsreader. A part of the COVID-19/Resistance.
Robert Menendez
Omid NouripourGerman Green politician involved in many transatlantic influence networks.
Owen Paterson
Marco Rubio
Bob SeelyEnglish politician who appears to be suffering from Russophobia
Alyn SmithScottish SNP politician. Member of Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China.
Michael TetzschnerNorwegian politician who handed the spy services access to huge amounts of data about almost all Norwegian citizens, nominally in order to root out foreign "co-conspirators". Member of the suspected CIA-front Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China.
Stephen Timms
Guy VerhofstadtFormer Belgian Prime-Minister. European Parliament's Brexit Coordinator and Chair of the Brexit Steering Group. Banned from Russia since 2015.
Cathay WagantallCanadian MP; critic of vaccine mandates
Mark WarnerUS politician who attended many deep state milieux
Tim Wilson
Adrian ZenzNew Cold War propagandist.
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