Examining China’s role in environmental damages; Russia and China launch joint naval drill

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Examining China’s role in environmental damages; Russia and China launch joint naval drill​



Communist China is taking a massive toll on the environment—on land, in the air, and under water. The Asian nation is helping chop down trees—coming in among the world’s top sponsors of deforestation. It’s also overfishing our oceans—accounting for nearly half of all of the world’s fishing activity. And last but far from least—it’s polluting our air. In 2019, Beijing emitted more greenhouse gases than the entire developed world combined. In this special report, we take a look at the magnitude in which China is harming planet earth. And what can be done to stop it. The U.S. Army Secretary says America’s military needs to ask itself some hard questions. That’s as China becomes the major challenge above all else. Russia and China hold joint naval drills in the Sea of Japan. They practiced how to run joint- operations and destroy enemy mines. It’s getting increasingly expensive for Chinese factories to produce goods. That’s partially due to widespread power shortages across the country. The problem is heaping even more risk onto global inflation concerns. And a Former U.S. Secretary of State warns that Beijing may infiltrate Taiwan. That’s through remotely controlling pro-China forces from within.
 

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‘If all you had was one source of news’: Chris Fenton on China’s information warfare​




In this special episode, we sat down with two guests: Chris Fenton, a #USChinaExpert and author of "Feeding the Dragon," and journalist John Mac Ghlionn, who’s lived and worked in China. They touch on Beijing’s soft power tactics, such as through information warfare and #Hollywood, and what that means going forward.
 

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EXCLUSIVE: Do Vax Mandates in U.S. Resemble Communist China? Is U.S. at Brink of War with CCP?​



In this episode I’m joined by author, ‘The Permanent Coup,’ and contributor, ‘The Epoch Times,’ Lee Smith to talk about the apparent rising tensions between the U.S. and the Chinese Communist Party. In particular, the CCP’s threatening actions toward Taiwan, appear to be fueling this. “There are so many pressures that the Chinese government is putting right now on the United States, to show both the Chinese public, to show the American public, and to show the international community who’s top dog.” We also explore the ongoing controversy surrounding vaccine mandates on the homefront. The apparent protest–or sickout action–of SouthWest Airline workers is at the forefront of this debate. Is the U.S. purporting to fight CCP repression abroad, while breeding its own brand of ‘vax’-repression at home? “If we’re looking abroad to resist or push back against autocratic measures, we should be looking much more closely here at home.”
 

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China, Russia not to attend G20, climate change summit; China denounces US call to support Taiwan​



A letter is adding fuel to one of the most controversial debates in the United States: whether American taxpayers’ money was used to fund dangerous research inside the Wuhan lab. An energy initiative is up for discussion at the next G20 summit. It suggests cutting CO2 emissions in half by 2030. But an expert says it could harm Europe, all for China’s benefit. Beijing claims the United States is sending a majorly wrong message to Taiwan. That’s after the U.S. Secretary of State urged U.N. members to support Taiwan and its possible participation in the organization. TikTok says it doesn’t hand American user data over to China. But one company executive’s testimony didn’t make the grade, according to one senator. A Chinese language song has become an internet sensation. It’s a satire against the Chinese regime, posed as an innocent romance tune. We dissect the lyrics and examine what its metaphors really mean.
 

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Aussie shows decoupling with communist China is ok; Xi Jinping’s power consolidated at party meeting​



Beijing has promised to go carbon neutral by 2060. But many are questioning whether the reality of its energy production will allow it to live up to that vow. A Chinese giant narrowly escapes, again. Debt-trapped real estate developer Evergrande managed to dodge default with a last-minute bond payment. But the move hasn’t eased concern. A third term and five more years in power—that’s what could await China’s communist leader Xi Jinping. He’s just taken one step closer to that goal, with the approval of a new resolution. How expensive is decoupling with China, really? Australia’s economic growth says “no,” while Europe is trying to learn from its example. American basketball star Enes Kanter is under pressure. The NBA has asked him to remove his shoes, which call to “Free Tibet.”
 

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‘Still the world’s greatest polluter’: Gregory Copley on China missing the COP26 climate summit​



In this special episode, we sat down with Gregory Copley, president at the International Strategic Studies Association. He touches on the COP26 climate summit, the mixed messages coming out of China, and what it means going forward.