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  • Why People are Still Leaving New York; Parents Face off Against School Boards—Critical Race Theory



    This is the year that parents must take back control of school boards, former Lt. Gov. of New York, Betsy McCaughey says—This is one crucial way that the torrent of critical race theory education can be turned around. This is happening in various places in America, she adds, but New York has it particularly bad. It’s one of a number of issues contributing to the exodus from New York. “These teachers and superintendents are using a simplified, watered-down version of critical race theory that makes white children into oppressors black children into victims, and tells the story of American history as if the only thing that matters is the existence of slavery and the terrible crimes that were committed against African Americans.” Gov. McCaughey describes the ‘battle for school boards’ as a contemporary ‘Normandy Beach.’—A battle, that if lost, could see whole generation of children fall victim to damaging indoctrination that reframes society in terms of oppressor versus oppressed.
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    • (Exclusive)Source: Defector Said Virus Was Part of BioWeapon Prog.|Why Biden Search for Virus Origin



      According to a source, the Defense Intelligence Agency has kept the CCP #defector #DongJingwei for four months under protective custody. #ZoomingIn with SimoneGao ’s Simone Gao conducted an interview with Republican National Committeeman Solomon Yue who has information about DongJingwei. The State Department, White House, and other intelligence agencies just got to know about this in the recent weeks. The source confirmed Dong’s Identity as Deputy Minister of Public Security; Dong revealed U.S. companies and officials help hide the virus origin; DongJingwei also revealed the Chinese government has sensitive information and photos of Hunter Biden. We will post that part of the interview on our membership website: Zoomingin.tv.

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      • Is California Getting 380 Times More New Cases Than Guangdong China? l Zooming In China


        In the recent Covid outbreak in Guangdong China, the Chinese government took draconian measures to control the epidemic. The official data shows despite the outbreak, Guangdong has 380 times fewer cases than California? Are China’s measures really effective or their data not reliable? In addition, Guangdong is a major manufacturing export portal, it has China’s largest economy among all the provinces. How much impact does this wave of epidemic have on China’s economy? Will China’s pandemic fighting model discourage foreign investment? Simone Gao analyzes these issues.

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        • Judge: BLM Can’t Sue Trump Over Lafayette Square; Schumer Blasts Republicans Over Voting Reform Bill



          Top leaders from both sides of the aisle are exchanging barbs. That’s after Senate Republicans blocked Democrats’ election reform bill Tuesday, saying it infringes on state rights to run elections. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said, “What this is really about is an effort for the federal government to take over the way we conduct elections in this country.” Democrats aren’t giving up. They say this is just the beginning. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said “this vote was the starting gun, not the finish line.” A federal judge ruled that Black Lives Matter protesters can’t sue former president Trump, former AG Barr, or other Trump administration officials. The group, backed by the ACLU, argue the government violated protesters’ rights during BLM demonstrations. A report from the Department of Interior’s inspector general debunked that theory. Park police cleared the square to set up fencing after riots and protests in the area. And they only cleared the crowd after issuing three warnings. And as for fears about #Inflation, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell is quashing those fears. In his congressional testimony Tuesday, he admits there’s some inflation, but along with the central banks, he says the surge is tied to economic reopening after last year’s lockdown. One area that remains nervous is the retirement sector. According to financial advisor at Best Small Business Loans Thomas J. Brock, “rapid price increases can have a destabilizing effect on an economy, and they can jeopardize hard-earned retirement savings.” He has a number of suggestions on ways to avoid inflation. Tune into Deep Dive as we explore these topics and more.



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          • How the CCP Weaponizes Global Healthcare as a Tool of Influence—Cleo Paskal | CLIP



            Cleo Paskal explains how the premier of the Solomon Islands’ Malaita Province, Daniel Suidani, stood up to Communist China, and how his case offers an example of how the world’s engagement with China has led to the Chinese Communist Party having undue influence on the global health system, which the the CCP can use to punish political dissidents, both domestically and internationally.

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            • Live Q&A: US Corporations Controlled by China; Facebook Pressured on Trafficking Content



              Big businesses in the United States are being controlled by the Chinese government through various means, according to a new House investigation. And in other news, Facebook could be sued over trafficking content on the site, despite Section 230 protections. 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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              • 18 children killed in school fire in China; Survivor recounts horrors of Chinese torture



                18 kids, killed in a school fire. Locked dorm room doors blocked their chance to escape. Now, their families are being silenced — and made to sign compensation agreements. Armed police, caged pigeons, K-9 dogs… that’s the scene ahead of the Chinese Communist Party’s anniversary party. The regime is turning 100 in just a few days — and is kicking off the milestone with extravagant ceremonies, funded by taxpayers. Hong Kong authorities arrest a senior journalist at the airport. He was trying to leave the city for the UK. The man had worked for now-closed pro-democracy newspaper #AppleDaily. And foreign correspondents working for China’s state-run media may actually double as #Spies. This, according to a former editor-in-chief for a Chinese media outlet. He says he’s issued media IDs to Chinese intelligence personnel.

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                • Man sets fire in front of China’s foreign ministry; ‘Unprecedented’ security control in Beijing



                  A new education bill hits the Arizona State House. It requires students to learn about people who fled communism. Beijing mandates a growing list of detailed security measures. That’s in preparation for the Chinese Communist Party’s 100th anniversary. Despite the strict regulations, one man managed to set a fire, right in front of China’s Foreign Ministry in Beijing. Taiwan’s Foreign Minister outlines the potential for military conflict with Beijing. Two Asia experts give their takes — while a Japanese politician also chimes in. Is Hong Kong’s freedom dying? Some say it’s alive and well. Activists say they’re regrouping behind an invisible front line — one that’s harder to invade with tear gas and rubber bullets.

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                  • Beijing restrictions expand ahead of anniversary; Regions across China suffer severe flooding



                    Security measures for the Chinese Communist Party’s 100th anniversary are ramping up. Now, they’re even affecting kitchen cutlery. Shoppers looking to buy new kitchen knives must first register a buyer ID, and then have their purchases delivered. #SevereFloods soak provinces across China. And there’s little hope that the surge will subside anytime soon. Cheap Chinese face masks — reportedly forcing American companies toward the brink of bankruptcy. Out of the world’s most powerful democracies, Italy appeared to keep the closest ties with China. But not any more. And, new action to block Beijing’s threat in the #SouthChinaSea. The U.S. and Indonesia are teaming up to build a new maritime training center there.





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                    • Victor Davis Hanson Explains the Breakdown of Order in Society | CLIP | American Thought Leaders



                      Amid the pandemic, government lockdowns, the aftermath of the death of George Floyd and a tumultuous election, Victor Davis Hanson explains what he calls a “collective madness” that has taken hold in the US since last year.

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                      • Victor Davis Hanson: The Insidiousness of Critical Race Theory | CLIP | American Thought Leaders



                        Victor Davis Hanson dives into the Marxist origins of critical theory and how it became embedded in the West.

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                        • LiveQ&A: Taiwan Preparing for Possible China Conflict; Japan Says Time to ‘Wake Up’ & Protect Taiwan



                          Taiwan’s foreign minister declared that the country needs to prepare for a military conflict with China, amid growing threats from the Chinese government. And in related news, Japan’s deputy defense minister is saying that Japan and other democratic countries must now “wake up” to protect Taiwan. 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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                          • Chinese leader warns foreign countries on CCP anniversary; Extreme weather in China | China in Focus



                            Chinese Communist leader #XiJinping warns foreign forces not to bully Beijing. The punishment for doing so? In his words: “the blood and flesh of 1.4 billion Chinese people.” On the eve of the Chinese regime’s anniversary, crowds packed Hong Kong’s airport, many of them headed to the UK. Some even paid double the price for their one-way tickets. #ExtremeWeather hits China’s coastal Shandong Province. Raging through the day and night, it set a new record for the city’s history. A group of Chinese women, seen dancing to pro-Communist music in New York City. One man filmed them, and condemned them online. But Chinese state media soon adopted the clip, adding their own spin. And a lawsuit in Serbia reaches a verdict — involving the country’s police, eleven European citizens, and the Chinese regime. A filmmaker there tells us the story.

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                            • Live Q&A: CCP Decried On 100th Anniversary; Facebook Asks Users to Report “Extremist” Friends



                              The Chinese Communist Party is celebrating 100 years since its formation, and on this day we’ll have a look at what the regime has done to China. And in other news, Facebook has launched a new campaign for users to report on friends they believe are exposed to “extremism”. 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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                              • Break Leg to Avoid Slave Labor in Xinjiang | Prisoner of Conscience | Zooming In China | Simone Gao



                                Today is the 100th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). The CCP is celebrating this day, and Simone Gao interviewed a person who knows what really happens under the #Communist Rule. His name is #ChaoYu. Chao has a legendary life story. He was educated at China’s top university, Qing hua, but ended up in China’s prison for almost 10 years. Today he will tell us how some of the famous food snacks have been made in China’s prisons and what the inmates in Xinjiang were doing in order to escape from the prison slave labor.

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