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  • Live Q&A: Trump Launching “History Tour”; Emails Reveal How Virus Origin Was Framed | Crossroads



    Donald Trump is planning to hold a series of four live conversations in December with Bill O’Reilly, branded as “The History Tour”. And in other news, emails from Dr. Fauci reveal how the narrative that the COVID-19 virus came from natural sources was framed. In this live Q&A with Crossroads host Joshua Philipp we’ll discuss these stories and others, and answer questions from the audience.
    Last edited by Ellanjay; 06-11-2021, 07:12 AM.

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    • DeSantis: Florida vs. Lockdowns | An Epoch Times Documentary | Now Available for FREE on Epoch TV!



      Many of our loyal fans have written to us and asked for this documentary to be made public for more to watch. We’re excited to announce that we’ve now made that a reality! You can now watch the full documentary for FREE on Epoch TV! Just click here: https://ept.ms/2Swp1b2 And sign up with your email! ======

      During the COVID pandemic, virtually every aspect of life has been at the mercy of government leaders, as they navigated uncharted territory. A governor’s whim could mean the death of a loved one, the decimation of your life’s work, or being deprived of a final goodbye. In the face of all this, one governor has stood out. Through exclusive interviews with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, his advisors, and others in his orbit, American Thought Leaders host Jan Jekielek brings us on a journey to discover who DeSantis really is, what motivates him, and how we charted a different course for Florida. What compelled Governor Ron DeSantis to re-open his state months before other governors? How did he balance saving lives from the virus and preserving constitutional liberties? And what does he believe is truly at stake?

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      • Live Q&A: Military Whistleblowers Expose Anti-USA Indoctrination; Prices Rise Amid Inflation Fears



        Hundreds of whistleblowers in the US military have allegedly stepped forward to expose what Sen Tom Cotton described as “anti-American indoctrination” training being carried out. And in other news, consumer prices are rising in the United States, and while concerns of possible inflation are growing, the Fed is claiming the rise in prices is a temporary effect of economic lockdowns. In this live Q&A with Crossroads host Joshua Philipp we’ll discuss these stories and others, and answer questions from the audience.

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        • What Happens if Election Irregularities are Found?; How the AZ Audit was Narrowly Saved



          The Maricopa County audit has come up against “every challenge that could be thrown at it. The Democrats have now tried several rounds of lawsuits against the auditors, which we defended.” —Cyber Ninjas (main auditing firm) Lawyer, Alex The audit is almost complete, with roughly 80% of ballots checked so far. So, what happens if results show that there was election interference? “What you saw is federal attempts to shut it down… Even without HR one, you see the DOJ getting involved, and trying to shut it down and threatening criminal charges!” But why so much resistance, if there’s nothing suspicious to find? “I am glad that the state legislature stood firm against all of this because, had they folded, they would have for all time and for all Americans, forfeited the authority of states over their elections.” Audit lawyer, Alex Kolodin takes about how close the audit came to being shut down, and the decisive action that was taken to save it.

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          • Europe’s ‘Green Transition’ Tied to Forced Labor, Human Rights Abuses in China—Laura Harth | CLIP



            Much of Europe and North America has become dependent on China for critical products, from rare earths to pharmaceuticals. Europe’s “green transition” is intimately linked to human rights atrocities in China, says human rights advocate Laura Harth. How could the Chinese regime exploit these strategic dependencies? And if the lab leak theory turns out to be true, what will that mean for Beijing? In this episode, we discuss how the Chinese regime has strangled freedom in Hong Kong, expanded its encroachments and censorship globally, and is working to rewrite the international corpus on human rights. Laura Harth is the Campaign Director for Safeguard Defenders and the Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China’s regional liaison for Italy.

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            • Live Q&A: Businesses Threaten Tax Strike; Move On China Modeled After WWII Charter



              Dozens of businesses in Baltimore are threatening to stop paying local taxes in response to what they say is a decline into lawlessness. And in other news, the US and UK governments have signed a new charter on China, modeled after a similar agreement around WWII focused on stopping tyranny from Germany. In this live Q&A with Crossroads host Joshua Philipp we’ll discuss these stories and others, and answer questions from the audience.

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              • (Part2) Strategic Clarity & Tactic Ambiguity about Taiwan | Simone Gao and Miles Yu| Zooming In China



                Is #XiJinping really contemplating taking #Taiwan by force in the near future? Is America’s strategy on Taiwan clear? Does America have the ability to protect Taiwan? Strategic clarity or tactical ambiguity? Can the U.S. and #China get along if the CCP is gone?

                Part two of Simone’s interview with Dr. #MilesYu explores these questions. Dr. Yu is the principal China policy and planning adviser to United States Secretary of State #MikePompeo. He is also a professor of military history and modern China at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, and a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute.

                Part #1: Can America Rein in China? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YvXHm…


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                • Reported leak at Chinese nuclear plant?; At least 25 killed in huge explosion in China



                  An explosion in a Chinese city devastates a city block. City streets in ruin for hundreds of feet surrounding the blast. At least 25 have died. A Chinese nuclear power plant is suspected of leaking dangerous levels of radioactive material. Now, the U.S. government is assessing a report on the risks. Some of the world’s most powerful leaders meet to discuss China. But to keep their talks private, they first cut off the internet in the room. Making sure no one else could listen in. The push back against critical race theory continues in the U.S. A mom who fled communist China has a warning for her local school board – and all of America. And student protests oppose education reform in China. More provinces are now getting involved. While Chinese police appear to be upgrading their crackdown measures.

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                  • The Cold War Never Ended; It Just Shifted to China | Clyde Prestowitz | Focus Talk



                    When China joined the WTO in 2001, most experts in the West expected that China would become more democratic and a responsible global player as its economy develops. But the experts made the wrong bet. 20 years later, China today is becoming more authoritarian and mercantilist. Why were they all wrong? What is the real intent of the Chinese Communist Party? How can the challenges and risks posed by the CCP’s growing power be confronted?

                    In this interview, Mr. Clyde Prestowitz argues that the Chinese Communist Party has effectively been acting as if it were at war with the U.S, and the U.S. must respond accordingly. Mr. Prestowitz was a leader of the first U.S. trade mission to China in 1982 and has served as an advisor to Presidents Reagan, George H.W. Bush, Clinton, and Obama. #ColdWar #ClydePrestowitz #CCP


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                    • Chinese military jet fleet patrols Taiwan; US carrier group enters South China Sea | China in Focus



                      China’s Air Force is patrolling Taiwan again, this time with its largest fleet per day ever. Amid growing tensions there, a U.S. carrier group has entered the South China Sea. At the same time, Australia is spending over $170 million on a naval base upgrade. And limitations on South Korea’s missile range have been lifted, expanding their reach to Beijing. An internet VPN, and a study abroad experience in Taiwan. That’s what shifted one young man’s outlook on the communist system he grew up in. But as he tried to learn more about the outside world, something changed his life forever. On the eve of the Chinese Communist Party’s 100th anniversary, control measures are escalating. Drones are grounded in Beijing — while even pigeons are blocked from flying there. And, inside a confession booth in a new state-run history museum, visitors are encouraged to speak freely about the Chinese regime — but in front of a camera.

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                      • Lara Logan: How to Wade Through Disinformation & Fake News | CLIP | American Thought Leaders



                        “Our profession today is unrecognizable,” says award-winning journalist Lara Logan. A former correspondent for CBS’ “60 Minutes” and now host of Fox Nation’s “Lara Logan Has No Agenda,” she’s been at the frontlines for years reporting on war zones, gang warfare, Benghazi, and beyond. And she’s seen the transformation of media from what it was meant to be, with many journalists blurring the lines between fact and opinion. “They’re not journalists. They’re political assassins, working on behalf of political operatives and propagandists,” Logan argues. What are the root causes of this shift? And how are a lot of media working hand in hand with big tech companies to shape narratives and public discourse? This is American Thought Leaders, and I’m Jan Jekielek.

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                          • Mine accident in China: 11 dead, 2 missing; New US bill to sanction Chinese health officials





                            TikTok might be collecting facial and voice data, without asking its users. There’s concern that this data could fall into Beijing’s hands. Eleven dead and two missing. That’s the latest update from a mine accident in Northern China. The country has confirmed over ten mining accidents so far this year. Pandemic data isn’t boding well for Chinese-made vaccines. Nine of the ten worst-hit countries have largely used Chinese doses. That’s as France updates its travel regulations — ruling that Chinese vaccines don’t make the cut. And two U.S. Congress members aim to put pressure on Beijing. They’re trying to sanction top Chinese health officials over the origins of the virus.

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                            • Virus-Origin Investigation Blocked by U.S. Elites? Politicians, Experts, Media Back China Over U.S.



                              On the edge of a village, deep in China’s South-West mountains, is an abandoned copper mine. Ten years ago, six miners contracted a mysterious disease—Three of them died. Could this be the origin of the pandemic that has killed more than 3.8 million people worldwide? Did samples taken from the mine leak from the Wuhan lab in 2019 after infecting researchers there? More than a year and a half on, the push is finally on for a serious investigation of the Wuhan Lab. But, why have America’s elites—politicians, researchers, and media, until now, been diverting us from this action? Epoch Times contributor and novelist, Roger Simon gives his insights on why U.S. elites seem more loyal to Beijing than to America. “A lot of them don’t want to upset Beijing… Because they don’t want to bite the hand that will potentially feed them.” —Roger Simon

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                              • Hong Kong police raid Apple Daily, arrest executives; Biden: Russia being squeezed by China



                                Hong Kong police raid pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily headquarters. Five top executives were seized under the city’s National Security Law. It marks the second raid in less than a year. The new law has also seeped into the city’s movie sector. We interviewed a long time Hollywood producer to get his take. The U.S. seeks to ease tensions with Russia. This comes as President Biden and Russian President Putin met face-to-face on Wednesday. But China doesn’t seem pleased about the talks. And a young man in Beijing attempted to report a YouTuber for supporting Taiwan independence. But his visit to the police didn’t go exactly as planned.

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