May 12, 2021

Geopolitics

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China rebuilding strategically located Pacific airstrip
China’s ongoing military expansion continues to seek out valuable real estate around the world. The Asian communist superpower is planning to refurbish an old World War II airstrip on a remote island located in the very heart of the South Pacific, providing an ideal site for operations targeted at Australia or Hawaii. Read More.
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Azerbaijani president confronts BBC reporter
Scenes from a BBC interview that occurred last November with Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev now are going viral. In a testy exchange with BBC correspondent Orla Guerin, Aliyev confronted the leftist reporter with something she did not expect. Read More.
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China exploiting gains Obama failed to answer
China’s ongoing maritime activities are part of an effort by the communist regime of supreme leader Xi Jinping to control the region near its coasts by “winning without fighting,” an analyst said. Read More.
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Chairman Xi plans to control global Internet
At the direction of supreme leader Xi Jinping, the communist government in China developed plans to assume control of the global Internet, a report said. Read More.
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China expanding nuclear arsenal faster than expected
Communist China is rapidly building up its arsenal of nuclear weapons and is on pace to double its stockpile of nuclear warheads by 2030, the director of the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) said on Thursday. Read More.
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Chinese-made ventilators sent to Miami garbage dump
A resident dumping trash at a Miami landfill discovered pallets containing hundreds of brand new ventilators that listed for $26,000 apiece last spring, when such ventilators were deemed critical to saving those most severely ill in the pandemic, and thought to be in short supply. Read More.
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China skipped 2020 bioweapons meeting with U.S.
Amid mounting concerns over its secret biological weapons program, China balked at an online meeting with American officials last year in a possible violation of an international treaty, according to a new report. Read More.
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Defector exposed N. Korean role in ‘Gwangju incident’
Lee Ju-Seong wrote in "Purple Lake" that North Korea deployed its special forces to South Korea, specifically Gwangju in 1980. Read More.
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Allies finally signal need to militarily support Taiwan
American allies are beginning to consider how they would militarily support the United States in the event it must respond to a Chinese invasion of Taiwan. This after decades of encouragement which has recently become more urgent. Read More.
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CCP threatens free markets that powered its rise
Communist China is intent on controlling the world economy and is exploiting access to the capitalist economic system to achieve that goal, two former Trump administration China experts warned at a congressional commission on April 15. Read More.
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CCP constructing more than 90 new bio labs
As evidence mounts that Covid-19 escaped from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) announced it is constructing more than 90 additional bio labs. Read More.
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Big Tech’s ‘magical thinking’ on ‘omni-malevolent’ China
Silicon Valley has either failed to grasp, or is ignoring the fact that China is using American-origin technology to create an unprecedented mass surveillance state, according to high-technology entrepreneur Peter Thiel, a Facebook board member. Read More.
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Massive, Europe-wide anti-lockdown demonstrations
In recent weeks, large scale anti-lockdown demonstrations have mounted in Austria, Great Britain, Finland, Romania, Switzerland, Poland, France, Bulgaria, Serbia, the Netherlands, and Romania, VOA News reported on April 9. Read More.
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Goons attack presses of The Epoch Times in Hong Kong
The Epoch Times has reported yet another attack on its Hong Kong printing press in what is believed to be the latest attempt by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to silence the news outlet and eliminate freedom of the press. Read More.
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Christian Uyghur: 'There is no hope' in China
Mamatili Yakuf, a Christian Uyghur who fled China for the United States describes the situation for Uyghurs in China: “There is no hope for us. There is no hope.” Read More.

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