CCP rewards Elon Musk for supporting annexation of Taiwan

Trending 10/15/22, 16:16

In an interview with the Financial Times, Elon Musk proposed a solution to the conflict in the Taiwan Strait. The island country is a free and independent nation, however the Chinese communist regime, considers Taiwan a rogue province that needs to be "reunified" with the mainland. This bluster intensified with ...

Chinese communist regime represses Kyrgyz and Kazakhs

Insights 10/15/22, 16:01

Xinjiang, which claims to be the capital of the Uyghur world, is a vast concentration camp designed by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). It is the headquarters of Beijing's state terrorism beyond its borders. About 10,000 ethnic Kyrgyz and Muslim people have suffered communist "re-education," forced disappearances, cruel treatment, extrajudicial killings, ...

Key enterprise in CCP’s Belt and Road Initiative is heavily indebted

Insights 10/15/22, 15:42

The CCP's "Belt and Road Initiative" has encountered bottlenecks abroad. Not only are participating countries increasingly unable to repay their loans, but Chinese infrastructure investors are also under tremendous pressure. Since 2013, the CCP has spent $1 trillion on the "Belt and Road Initiative," trying to expand its influence in Asia, ...

Can’t stand lockdown, Shenzhen protests again

News 10/15/22, 15:13

Recently, the COVID-19 pandemic in China has spread everywhere, and it suddenly broke out again in Shenzhen, Guangdong province. The government locked down residential areas, causing large numbers of residents in some communities to protest, chanting together, "Lift the lockdown! Lift the lockdown!" Shenzhen residents angrily take to the streets shouting ...

Shanghai people panic, no longer believe authorities

Trending 10/15/22, 14:46

Due to the seeping of salt tides, the chloride concentration in the water at many reservoirs along the Yangtze river estuary in Shanghai exceeded the standard. The incident caused panic among Shanghai citizens, and many began to stock up on water. Shanghai officials then refuted the rumor, but citizens said ...

Sichuan Communist Youth League supports criminal remarks

Social problem 10/15/22, 14:03

As the date of the 20th National Congress of the CCP approaches, repression is increasing in Beijing, where the transient population has been eliminated, and the repression of anti-Party comments is leading citizens to jail. Recently, an internet user on the Weibo social network said, referring to the "zero-COVID" policy and ...

Businessman donates millions to train civilians to defend Taiwan

Weapon/Army 10/15/22, 13:13

In September, a Taiwanese billionaire, owner of the semiconductor company United Microelectronic Corp, Robert Tsao, announced at a press conference his intention to donate $32 million to create an armed civilian force. Tsao, 75, explained the goal was to train 3 million people in the use of weapons to turn them ...

Biden’s national security strategy identifies the CCP as a threat

Russia 10/14/22, 15:38

On October 12, the White House released the national strategy that lays the groundwork for U.S. national security. And one of the priorities listed first is China and Russia. "The People's Republic of China and Russia are increasingly aligned with each other but the challenges they pose are, in important ...

Carcinogens on Chinese clothes are 27 times higher than law allows

News 10/14/22, 14:35

CCTV on October 10 reported that recently, the State Administration of Market Regulation of China conducted a random inspection. During the inspection, a number of pieces of women's clothing manufactured by Shenzhen Anruoyi E-Commerce Company were found to have a carcinogenic aromatic amine dye called "benzidine" that seriously exceeded the ...

Shocking! Anti-CCP banners appear before 20th National Congress

Social problem 10/14/22, 14:07

At the sensitive time right before the 20th National Congress of the CCP banners protesting against the regime appeared. Photos show black smoke rising from the bridge. The photos have grabbed everyone's attention as Chinese cybersecurity blocked and deleted everything. There are 2 huge protest banners hanging from the bridge, the ...

Shanghai citizens panic because they could run out of water

Corruption 10/13/22, 18:40

On October 10, Shanghai citizens panicked when they learned that the water source for the city's three main reservoirs is running low and that the water quality was affected by seawater coming in. The news spread quickly on the networks in leaked chats by Shanghai government staff. https://twitter.com/mafan2020/status/1579482350022721537 At the same time, ...

Alert: Experimental laboratory to be launched into space by the CCP?

Insights 10/13/22, 17:12

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) announced the launch of the Mengtian space module, which will be attached to its Tiangong space station. The new annex will house experiments in combustion, heat transfer, and fluid physics in microgravity, according to Chinese communist media. Mengtian is an 18-meter (59-foot) long, 22-ton cabin designed ...

New US restrictions put China’s technology future in jeopardy

Insights 10/13/22, 15:16

The U.S. move to protect the semiconductor industry continues apace. This Tuesday, the Commerce Department ordered a ban on selling high-tech equipment to large Chinese semiconductor companies such as Yangtze River Storage, Changxin Storage, SMIC, and others. In addition, foreign residents in the United States will not be allowed to ...

Military plane crash in Jiangxi? Beijing media is silent

Weapon/Army 10/13/22, 14:51

Local residents said that on the evening of October 11, a military plane crashed in Yichun City, Jiangxi Province, causing a fierce fire. Local police, firefighters and ambulances were dispatched to rescue, but because the road was blocked, special excavators were used to clear the way. However, the CCP’s official ...

The corrupt and degenerate life of Mao Zedong

Morality 10/13/22, 14:34

In Francisco Umbral's Spanish novel, Madrid 1940 Memoirs of a Young Fascist, he describes the anarchy in a city overflowing with violence, where dogs eat corpses at night, the streets are stained red, and the citizens turn to dissolution. The life of the central character is a young man from the ...

Vietnam imposes anti-dumping tariffs on unfair Chinese competition

Economy 10/13/22, 13:04

In order to protect its domestic industry, Vietnam's Ministry of Industry and Trade announced on October 4 that it would apply anti-dumping tariffs between 21.45% and 35.2% on certain furniture of Chinese origin. It would start mid-October and go on for four months. Reuters reported that imports of tables and ...