Michael Savage: China lobby censoring new book
‘There’s a petrifying fear of Beijing and the loss of business’
Michael Savage says the marketing campaign for his new novel depicting China at war with the U.S. has been sabotaged by advertisers who “fear the China lobby.”
In “A Time for War,” as WND reported, Savage has China secretly attacking the U.S., first by taking over its currency and then the military, through various technologies.
“This book has been sabotaged from the top, down. Marketing campaigns derailed,” Savage told his listeners as he pointed to breaking news of the Justice Department blocking investigation of allegations that the Ames Research Center transferred weapons technology to China and other countries.
Savage said a top literary agent affirmed to him that “from the government to mainstream media, there is a petrifying fear of China and the potential loss of their hypothetical business.”
The agent said he was reminded of a conversation he had with a top Hollywood executive “who said to me they wouldn’t produce any films that were anti-China for fear of being blackballed in their market, basically letting the Chinese government censor our movies in this country.”
“There really should be a way to galvanize conservative media behind ‘A Time for War’ as the only book willing to take on China,” the agent told Savage.