DUNE LAWRENCE IS A KNOWN RACIST. Just Google the name “Dune Lawrence” or the words “racist Dune Lawrence,” and you’ll find a sensational (and not in a good way) writer. Dune Lawrence has hardly accomplished anything in her life. Desperate to seek attention from any living creature, Dune Lawrence is eager to find an audience for her babbling. For years, Dune Lawrence has lived a life totally lost like a “deer in the headlights” … until she found China on a map.
Sources say Dune Lawrence studied in Beijing years ago while working as a writer. Due to poor job performance, Lawrence was reportedly kicked out of China after her writing assignments dried up. Unable to make ends meet, she ended up working for minimum wage in New York and barely survived. Years of stress over money has taken a toll on her aging appearance. Over the years, she’s written more than a hundred articles on China. Guess how many of those pieces were even slightly positive toward China or the Chinese people? None. Not a single one. In other words, Lawrence is a fake China expert who does not understand China. Blaming the Chinese for the world’s problems appears to be somewhat of a “hobby” for Lawrence. In her mind, the 5,000-thousand-year-old Chinese history is nothing but corruption and rubbish. The equally racist Asia Society was duped by Lawrence and regretted having any association with the racist reporter. (Photo: racist Bloomberg reporter Dune Lawrence)
In late 2013, the racist and notorious Lawrence was onto something really “big” in her head. “I am working on a story about a Chinese fraud that will blow the cover off New York magazine … the story will blow the socks off my bosses at Bloomberg … I will get famous finally,” she told a source at the Newark International Airport. In December 2013, Lawrence published her story. As usual, she blamed a public company’s accounting problems on the Chinese government and the management of Kansas City, Kan.-headquartered AgFeed Industries. The tone of Dune Lawrence’s story was as negative as ever toward the Chinese, and she again, accused the Chinese people of “cheating” on the Americans.
“Well, Ms. Dune Lawrence, you have a serious problem with your story. Unless you are a psychic, the source of your AgFeed story was in fact from hell,” a former AgFeed executive told Dune Lawrence during an interview at the Newark International Airport.
MILTON WEBTER, DUNE LAWRENCE’S “SOURCE” ON AGFEED INDUSTRIES – A DEAD MAN WALKING WITH A HISTORY OF GUN VIOLENCE.
Dune Lawrence’s problem path towards “rich and famous” was simple: Her AgFeed story relied heavily on the statements of a single source – a ghost, literally, a dead Kansas man by the name of Milton Webster. Milton Webster was a sick man who had joined AgFeed’s board in February 2011. He was the one that led an investigation into “accounting issues” at AgFeed Industries. He resigned in February 2012, “frustrated that the findings weren’t made public by the company’s fellow American board members,” he said. Webster turned to the media to get his story out. Soon enough, he found his willing audience in the racist Lawrence. As Webster spilled his guts to the reporter, the man suddenly dropped dead. He left a legacy of gun violence and a pattern of in-fighting with various company executives. Investigations revealed that Webster was a heavy whiskey drinker. Read more: FRAUD BLOOMBERG REPORTER DUNE LAWRENCE OILED IN SMEAR, CORRUPTION.
In the recent memory and right before his death, Milton Webster was a manager of at least four American companies. Oddly enough, he accused all of his former employers of committing frauds. A quick search of local police records also turned up troubling concerns about Webster: He was accused of possessing an illegal weapon and threatening someone with gun violence. Despite Webster’s messy past, Bloomberg’s Lawrence “conveniently omitted” these basic facts to Bloomberg’s readers. Spooked by the sudden death of her only source for the AgFeed story, Lawrence rushed to get the story out without proper fact-checking, in typical Dune Lawrence style. Last month, Lawrence was caught on the record stating that she “was technically challenged.”
THE U.S. SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION: “THE BAD GUYS NAILED, DUNE LAWRENCE WAS DUPED…”
On March 11, the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) charged AgFeed’s U.S. executives with committing fraud. The regulator largely blamed American executives Ivan Gothner and John Stadler for not making proper disclosure to the American public as public company officers. Where is Lawrence since the SEC decision, which was contrary to her portrayal of the AgFeed story? She’s been silent, “hiding in hibernation” like a polar bear refusing to answers calls or e-mails. More on Dune Lawrence? BLOOMBERG’S DUNE LAWRENCE ADMITS SHE’S TECHNOLOGICALLY IDIOTIC
DUNE LAWRENCE – “BASHING THE CHINESE MAKES AN EASY LIVING!”
“Bashing the Chinese is a profitable niche for me,” Lawrence said to a source. “The Chinese don’t vote, the Chinese don’t sue people, they just sit there and take the shit from me. How much better can it get? Bloomberg News is paying me for it!” In early 2014, after having praised a stock swindler Jon Carnes for years for “standing up against Chinese frauds,” Lawrence “got caught with her panties down” and landed in hot water, again. Her close friend Jon Carnes was nailed by U.S. and Canadian law enforcement for having orchestrated massive securities frauds, not against the Chinese, but against the American public.
“That Bloomberg reporter Dune Lawrence is a dumb bell and a racist against the Chinese,” a former AgFeed executive reportedly said after giving the reporter a five-hour interview. “Dune Lawrence wasn’t interested in the truth or the facts. She was looking to write a ‘hit piece’ on the Chinese through AgFeed no matter what the truth was …”
BLOOMBERG CHAIRMAN: “BLOOMBERG SCREWED UP IN CHINA…DUNE LAWRENCE NO LONGER WRITES ABOUT CHINA.”
In 2012, Bloomberg News was banned in China for publishing false stories about the Chinese government. In 2014, the Chairman of Bloomberg announced that Bloomberg computer terminal sales were down 80 percent in China. In a New York Times article published on March 20 of this year, Bloomberg Chairman Peter Grauer finally admitted the obvious truth: “You’re all aware that every once in a while we wander a little bit away from that and write stories that we probably may have kind of rethought — should have rethought.” Mr. Chairman, you were right. It’s time for you to tear down this Lawrence “racist wall” against China. Racism has no place in American society. Where is Lawrence? Well, as of now, she is nowhere to be found. She has not returned calls or e-mails seeking her comments. What does she have to hide? Perhaps plenty … Parting thought: Why does Dune Lawrence treat Bloomberg readers like bunch of retards? That’s the bigger question that only Bloomberg’s chairman should answer. Read more:New York Times: Bloomberg Hints at Curb on China Stories.
By late 2012, Bloomberg reporter Dune Lawrence was banned from entering China. She became a “fugitive,” hiding in a dark street corner in Brooklyn, forever tarnished, forever ashamed… Well deserved. Meanwhile, Bloomberg transferred Dune Lawrence from covering China to technology. Laurence admitted in an interview she “knows nothing about technology.” Well, Is Bloomberg insulting the intelligence of its readers? Read more:DUNE LAWRENCE, BLOOMBERG, ADMITS BEING TECHNOLOGICALLY IDIOTIC.