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    China looks to weaponize global infrastructure: report; Milley defends China calls as within duties

    China has been on a buying spree for seaports around the world. But what’s driving it? As the world’s largest export nation, China’s concerned about keeping shipping lanes open. But is there more to it? The top U.S. military officer defends his controversial phone calls to Beijing earlier this year, saying he acted within his duties. Beijing’s overseas mouthpiece is teaching parents how to educate their kids on racism. That’s through an English-language cartoon. But a U.S. nonprofit is sounding the alarm about its message. And will Chinese real estate giant Evergrande be the next Lehman Brothers? Or is it, “too big to fail?” An expert explains.


    • #92
      State Sanctioned Killing for Organs Could Spread Beyond China If Not Challenged: Dr Torsten Trey

      The Chinese government’s practice of forced organ harvesting often uses prisoners of conscience as a living pool for human organs, and these people are killed on demand in a murder-for-profit operation. Governments around the world, including in the United States and UK, have publicly condemned Chinese authorities for the practice, and the collection of evidence has made the issue an unavoidable topic in human rights circles. To learn more about the Chinese government’s practice of forced organ harvesting, and what’s being done to stop it, we sat down for an interview with Dr. Torsten Trey, founder of Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting (DAFOH).


      • #93
        ‘Assume that technology is weaponized against you’:Casey Fleming on the China threat

        In this special episode, we sat down with two guests: Casey Fleming, CEO of BlackOps Partners Corporation on #Cybersecurity, and former counterterrorism officer Drew Berquist, who also hosts his own show. They touch on the changing landscape of counterterrorism, from what we learned in the 20 years in Afghanistan to how that will affect adversaries like the Chinese Communist Party going forward.


        • #94
          Xi Jinping ‘The Most Powerful Man in the World,’ says Clyde Prestowitz | CLIP

          Clyde Prestowitz explains the nature of Communist China and the misconceptions about the Communist Party that many Americans have, and describes Xi Jinping as the most powerful leader in the world because of the way he can exert pressures US businesses which even the President of the United States can’t match. Prestowitz uses the case of Apple fighting the US government in court while rolling over to the pressures of the CCP as a prime example.


          • #95
            Live Q&A: Fauci Says Vaccines for Kids Soon; Doctors Warn of Gov Restricts On Monoclonal Treatments

            Anthony Fauci said that the FDA will likely soon make its decision on whether to recommend COVID-19 vaccines for children under 12 years old, and noted data should be in soon on whether vaccines are needed for children between the ages of 5 and 11. And in other news, doctors are warning that federal government interventions on the supply of monoclonal antibody treatments could cost lives for hospitalized patients. In this live Q&A with Crossroads host Joshua Philipp we’ll discuss these stories and others, and answer questions from the audience.


            • #96
              Huawei eyes lead in 6G technology race; Wikipedia bans users over concerns of CCP infiltration

              Leaders and politicians from around the world are calling for action against Beijing’s #HumanRightsAbuses, as China’s practice of organ harvesting from non-consenting donors has been largely ignored for years. A major U.S. film studio is looking toward China’s checkbook. Universal Studios’ largest resort sees its grand opening in Beijing, despite deteriorating U.S.-China relations. China, the United States, and other nations around the world are facing off over next-gen technology. They’re competing for first place in developing 6G telecom networks, and a Chinese tech giant is eyeing the lead. Beijing is hoping to join a major Pacific trade pact. But not everyone is on board.


              • #97
                AG Ken Paxton: Fighting Back Against Federal Overreach On Vaccines, Abortion & Election Integrity

                Texas is in the crosshairs of the Department of Justice, which recently filed a lawsuit against their anti-abortion bill, and has also been trying to challenge the new Texas election reform bill that closes loopholes in the election system. And now, as President Joe Biden is looking to implement new vaccine mandates across the United States, Texas is positioning itself as a major legal contender against these policies. To learn more about this we sat down for an interview with Ken Paxton, Texas Attorney General.


                • #98

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                  • #99
                    China expert warns Australia of nuclear strikes; Recovered CCP virus patient retests positive

                    A Chinese expert is warning Australia that other countries may target the nation for nuclear attacks—all because Australia signed a new security pact with its allies. China’s neighbors are racing to purchase new weapons. They’re bolstering their defenses to counter China’s military expansion. The global stock markets respond to Chinese real estate giant Evergrande’s potential collapse. How likely is it to happen? And how would it affect the global economy? NTD spoke with an economist to find out. The United States plans to reopen air travel to foreign passengers, but only when they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. That includes those from China. But are Chinese vaccines effective enough to qualify?


                    • China reports human case of bird flu; Cover-up of post-vaccine deaths in China? | China in Focus

                      Another virus is causing problems in China. While the world is battling the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus pandemic, China sees another deadly infectious disease surfacing. ​​ A major Chinese city goes into semi-lockdown after a new outbreak struck the area—the first time in 7 months. No deaths post-vaccination in China? The country has given the world’s highest number of shots, though no deaths have been reported. How involved are Chinese companies, when it comes to the American entertainment industry? A U.S. music giant is making gains, and one Chinese company is celebrating. Fortune 500 companies are fleeing China. But what’s driving them away?


                      • Evergrande crisis leads to suicide attempts; Polish gene project drops Chinese BGI tech

                        Wuhan’s virology lab may have already been capable of creating bat coronaviruses in 2018. A newly leaked grant proposal shows the facility was planning to release genetically modified viruses into Chinese bat caves. A Chinese real estate company’s debt crisis continues, and it’s driving some over the edge. Some Evergrande investors have even attempted suicide. But Evergrande isn’t the only company trapped in crisis mode. At least three other real estate companies are struggling to cope with hundreds of billions of dollars in debt. All American athletes attending the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics will now need to be vaccinated against the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, the disease that causes COVID-19. The decision comes from the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee.


                        • How Beijing supports anti-US terrorists: report; Huawei CFO not extradited, to return to China

                          Twenty years ago, the terrorist attacks on 9/11 caused two former foes, the United States and China, to become friends in order to fight the war on terror. But just how sincere was the Chinese regime in its motivation? And what cost did the United States pay after taking the Chinese regime’s word? In a new special report, we look at the Chinese regime’s history of supporting terrorist groups—despite vocally condemning them in front of the West—and what the regime is ultimately working toward. Chinese telecom company Huawei’s CFO Meng Wanzhou can now leave Canada and go back to China next year. The U.S. will also withdraw its extradition request to Canada. And is China a democracy? China’s ambassador to the U.S. said yes. And that’s not all. He claimed China’s politics exemplifies the ideas of former U.S. president Lincoln.


                          • Michael Rectenwald: The US Undergoing a ‘Soft Cultural Revolution’ Towards Socialism | CLIP

                            Michael Rectenwald describes the cultural trend towards a digital castigation of unfavorable people and dissident views as a “soft call to a cultural revolution.” He makes many parallels to the Cultural Revolution in China, and describes the exodus from the left that he experienced personally.


                            • Live Q&A: Wuhan Scientists Planned to Release Coronaviruses; NIH Accused of Financing Research

                              Scientists in Wuhan, China, were planning to release coronaviruses among bats that had been altered to infect humans, according to grant proposals going back to 2018. And in other news, EcoHealth Alliance President Peter Daszak allegedly stated in a 2017 Consortium that Fauci’s National Institutes of Health agency had financed his controversial work on coronaviruses in China. In this live Q&A with Crossroads host Joshua Philipp we’ll discuss these stories and others, and answer questions from the audience.


                              • ‘The bigger threat is coming from China’: Anders Corr on the AUKUS submarine deal | China in Focus

                                In this special episode, we sat down with two guests, Dr. Anders Corr, publisher of the Journal of Political Risk, and Rick Fisher, senior fellow at the International Assessment and Strategy Center. They touch on the AUKUS deal between Australia, the UK, and the United States, the blowback from France, and what it means going forward.


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