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  • Proof of Lab-Leak Could End CCP; Top China Official Allegedly Defects to U.S. Feat. Gordon Chang



    If Xi Jinping believes his leadership is about to end, he could do something really dangerous, says US-China relations analyst, Gordon Chang. If rumors of top China official, Dong Jingwei’s, defection to U.S. are true, he could reveal secrets that overturn China’s standing with the U.S, and the world more broadly. The world currently waits in suspense for confirmation that the Coronavirus leaked from the Wuhan BSL 4 lab. While the CCP has done everything in its power to divert investigation of the lab; the evidence continues to mount, forcing many, including scientists, politicians, and media to change their position on the origin of the virus. If Dong Jingwei is still in China, why hasn’t the CCP presented video evidence of this? “Someone of this rank does not defect unless there is political turmoil in Beijing. We can see from this defection if it’s true, that there is great trouble at the top of the Communist Party.” —Gordon Chang Could this suspected defector reveal the origin of the coronavirus?

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    • Obama: “Dark Spirits” Took Over the Republican Party | Larry Elder



      When Barack Obama was running for president in 2008, he never considered the color of his skin as a feature that held him back from winning the #race. Fast-forward to 2021, #BarackObama is now telling black Americans that they will face more disadvantages compared to their white counterparts because of the color of their skin. In this episode, Larry Elder points out Barack Obama’s change in tone over the years and his approach to the political game post-presidency.

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      • Live Q&A: Reminding Americans of the Goodness of This Country; China Steals Air Force Footage



        The United States is celebrating its Independence Day on July 4, and The Epoch Times is launching an initiative, Defending America, to remind Americans of the greatness of the United States. And in other news, on the 100th anniversary of its founding, the Chinese Communist Party published an air force video with stolen footage from India. 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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        • Former insider: Beijing is a ‘paper tiger’ inside; Pro-US athlete jailed in China for 8 months



          A professional basketball player from the U.S., arbitrarily detained in China for 8 months. We interviewed him for a glimpse into China’s detention facilities for foreigners. Two renowned Chinese scientists are violently attacked and hospitalized by an aerospace company’s executive. One of them is 85 years old. Facebook, Google, and Twitter could stop offering their services in Hong Kong. City authorities plan to change privacy laws there. While the companies’ staff may be at risk of ‘severe sanctions’. And a Chinese Communist Party insider is urging the U.S. to abandon efforts to work with Beijing — calling those hopes “naive.”

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          • Censorship of Alternative Hypotheses is Not ‘Following the Science’ | CLIP| American Thought Leaders



            Bret Weinstein explains how #censorship by social media companies and public health officials of alternative hypotheses related to #COVID-19 goes against the basic principles of scientific evaluation.

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            • The Biggest Myth of China’s Economy: Why Doesn’t the Real Estate Bubble Pop? | Zooming In China



              Would you enter a lottery where the grand prize was a chance for you to spend $1.5 million? Or pay an extra $30,000 at closing, without protest or pause, when the seller suddenly raises the asking price? Would you risk it all on real estate knowing it would take 40 years to pay off a 750 square foot apartment? The answer for those living in #China ’s premier cities, including real estate hotspots in #Beijing, #Shanghai, #Shenzhen and #Guangzhou, is yes. In this episode of #ZoomingInChina #Teatime, #SimoneGao analyzes the biggest myth of China’s economy: Why doesn’t that #realestate bubble pop? And who is the biggest beneficiary of that bubble?

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              • 500+ Chinese students denied U.S. visa; California official removed after calling out CCP



                More bad news for China’s version of Uber. Ride-share service #DiDi’s stock shares plunged over 20% — after a crackdown from Chinese authorities. It’s fall from stardom comes after a breakout listing in the U.S. stock market. An American city councilman, removed from his post. All because he vocally blames Beijing for the pandemic. And opposed a sister city agreement with China. Over 500 Chinese students have their U.S. visas denied. They’re hoping to study science and engineering abroad. An executive order by the Trump administration is in play. Did Chinese authorities know about the CCP-virus as early as fall of 2019? Months before China’s alleged patient zero appeared, Wuhan held an ’emergency response’ drill in case ‘a new coronavirus’ strain were to appear in Wuhan. And Japan may join the U.S. in#DefendingTaiwan — if Beijing invades the island. Japan’s deputy prime minister says his country could interpret a Chinese invasion as a ‘threat to Japan’s survival.’

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                • Live Q&A: Revisionist History Being Used to Divide America; New Evidence On Lab Leak Cover-Up



                  The history of America is being rewritten with false information, half-truths, and strong bias. Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo recently described the movement behind this as being part of an attempt to divide America. And in other news, as the push continues to investigate the origin of the COVID-19 virus, attention is now shifting to efforts made to prevent the investigations from looking at a possible lab leak, and new information shows that a main player in the cover-up has a long history of close ties to China. 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 firm harvests genetic data from women; White House: US doesn’t support Taiwan independence



                    #GeneData, taken during prenatal tests on pregnant women around the world, was sent to a Chinese company. The firm is linked to the Chinese military, but has partnered with U.S. healthcare institutes. The White House says it supports “a strong unofficial relationship with Taiwan.” But not #TaiwaneseIndependence. It’s the Biden Administration’s first public comment on the island, following a hardline speech from Communist China’s leader. TikTok owner ByteDance reconsiders its plans to list in the U.S. That’s amid Beijing’s crackdown on its own tech giants who seek to join the American market. And China opens up about its views on Australia. For the first time, Beijing publicly admits that tariffs on Australian goods were designed as economic punishments. But the nation down under is still profiting off exports to China.
                    Last edited by Ellanjay; 07-08-2021, 03:33 PM.

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                    • Dr. Robert Malone: mRNA Vaccine Inventor Speaks Out Against Big Tech Censorship| CLIP



                      RNA Vaccine Inventor Dr. Robert Malone, who was recently locked out by social media site LinkedIn for raising concerns about COVID-19 vaccines, explains how the censorship of discussion is not conducive to the search for scientific truth. #RobertMalone #Vaccine #CDC

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                      • Heavy storms whip multiple Chinese cities; China arbitrarily detained American entrepreneur



                        A young San Francisco entrepreneur, imprisoned in China for nearly a month. He says he didn’t know where he was, and if he would get out alive. The Biden administration extends former president Trump’s sanctions on Hong Kong for another year. And Beijing criticizes the U.S. for ’making mistakes on top of mistakes.’ A Chinese company halts its over $200 million plans to go public on the U.S. stock market. It’s the first Chinese firm to make the move since Beijing started cracking down on tech companies. Heavy rains are drenching regions across China. In Shanghai, the sky suddenly turned dark in the early afternoon, and heavy rains began. And, an 86-year-old scientist, beaten by a Chinese aerospace executive. A letter she wrote reveals her side of the story.

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                        • 36 States Sue Google Over App Store Practices; Utah’s AG Calls Google’s Monopoly a ‘Menace’





                          A moment of silence Wednesday for the lives lost in the deadly condo collapse in Surfside, Florida… As first responders make a painful pivot from search and rescue to recovery mode. The mayor called the decision “an extremely difficult one.” The death toll rose to 60, as six more bodies recovered Thursday morning. 80 still unaccounted for. Many family members turned to legal action, filing at least 6 lawsuits. This comes as a grand jury in Florida seeks ways to prevent another building collapse. Google is being hit with a slew of lawsuits. 36 states are suing the tech giant over its app store practices. The 144-page suit alleges Google holds a monopoly on android app distribution in the United States — responsible for over 90 percent of app downloads for android devices. On top of that, it claims Google has used restrictive contracts to force android device makers to promote the Google play store —at the expense of competition. The suit also takes aim at the up to 30-percent commission fees Google charges developers for in-app purchases. And Tokyo declares a state of emergency in Japan ahead of the #SummerOlympics. The state of emergency goes into effect on July 12 until August 22 amid surging COVID-19 cases. Another big change? No spectators will fill the stands for this year’s games. The initial plan was to cap domestic viewers at 50% of capacity, up to 10,000 people. There’s been widespread public concern that the influx of thousands of athletes and officials will fuel a fresh wave of infections. Tune into Deep Dive as we explore these topics and more.


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                          • Hannity warns this will leave a 'trail of misery' wherever it takes hold



                            FOX News Channel (FNC) is a 24-hour all-encompassing news service delivering breaking news as well as political and business news. The number one network in cable, FNC has been the most-watched television news channel for 18 consecutive years. According to a 2020 Brand Keys Consumer Loyalty Engagement Index report, FOX News is the top brand in the country for morning and evening news coverage. A 2019 Suffolk University poll named FOX News as the most trusted source for television news or commentary, while a 2019 Brand Keys Emotion Engagement Analysis survey found that FOX News was the most trusted cable news brand. A 2017 Gallup/Knight Foundation survey also found that among Americans who could name an objective news source, FOX News was the top-cited outlet. Owned by FOX Corporation, FNC is available in nearly 90 million homes and dominates the cable news landscape, routinely notching the top ten programs in the genre.

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                            • Heather Mac Donald: The Phony Police-Racism Narrative | CLIP | American Thought Leaders



                              Heather Mac Donald, author of ‘The War on Cops: How the New Attack on Law and Order Makes Everyone Less Safe,” observed how crime rates in the US increased during and after the George Floyd riots, and how crime has been proportional to the anti-police movement in the US. She says that the left’s narrative on crime is a “racist fiction,” and says attacks on law enforcement are making the country less safe.

                              #HeatherMacDonald #Police #IdentityPolitics


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                              • ‘The CCP Has Infiltrated Every Level of American Education’: Trevor Loudon



                                How has the communist ideology seeped into American society? And why should people care? In this special episode, we sat down with Trevor Loudon, an author, speaker, and the host of CounterPunch, as well as David Zhang, host of Talking Points, to discuss the rising threat of communism in America, how communist ideology permeated throughout the United States—notably the education system—and why people should care. David Zhang noted, “If we look back, before the 1960s, in general, the American education system was a lot built on this religious base, but also very traditional, very core value-based systems that sort of rooted in our history. … There has been a fundamental shift in what education has been about in America. … Now, the idea is to promote free thinking in a way that you can think however you want. And this has a lot to do with some of the theories that’s been floating around recently. For example, in school, the hottest topic right now is the debate of critical race theory.”

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