How communism killed 80 million in China: Chinese Communist Party at 100 years | CLIP

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How communism killed 80 million in China: Chinese Communist Party at 100 years | CLIP​



This month marks the 100th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party’s founding. But as accusations of human rights abuses grow… one question often crops up: Why the Chinese people don’t just revolt against the Chinese Communist Party? One important factor is fear, imprinted onto Chinese peoples’ hearts through decades of bloodshed caused by the CCP. In this special report, we look at the grueling facts about that killing—and even human cannibalism. And why experts warn the world should watch out for the spread of communism. Or else risk the same tragedies that happened in mainland China, striking in their own backyards.
 
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Nuclear threat from South China Sea; Insider: China’s planned doping violation | China in Focus​



A Chinese citizen reportedly died after getting a Chinese-made vaccine. But authorities told his daughter to keep his death quiet. A Chinese Olympic Silver medallist speaks out, saying her trainers systematically doped her. It comes amid increasing speculation about the gender of some Chinese athletes at the Tokyo games. And the U.S. faces a nuclear threat from thousands of miles away. We dig into how the South China Sea could impact America’s future. Special Report: A nuclear threat is facing the United States from thousands of miles away—in the South China Sea. Why does this body of water aid the Chinese Communist Party’s nuclear capabilities? How much control does Beijing really have over its waters? And how could Beijing’s South China Sea strategy threaten our fundamental freedom? We break it down for you in this special report on the South China Sea.
 

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‘CCP wants to be the most powerful force on Earth’: Rick Fisher on China’s nuclear ambition​



In this special episode, we delve into China’s growing nuclear ambition, where it could lead in the future, what it means for the world, and how it’s different from the Soviet Union during the Cold War. We sat down with Patty-Jane Geller, policy analyst of nuclear deterrence and missile defense at the Heritage Foundation, and Rick Fisher, senior fellow at the International Assessment and Strategy Center.
 

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Chinese authorities force vaccines on elderly, sick; Heavy rains continue in central China​



Chinese officials are forcing people to get vaccinated, even though Beijing says it’s not required. Residents who don’t want to get the shot may face retaliation from officials. A video shows a group of authorities forcing a farmer away from his field to get the vaccine. Heavy rains strike in Henan Province. The downpour led to road collapse there. Beijing is keeping an eye on celebrities and their online fans, as the regime clamps down on a number of domestic business sectors—a move insiders say carries political goals. Counterfeit products from China surface in the United States. Customs and Border Protection seized nearly 40,000 fake designer products from China in just a month—goods that would be worth $50 million, if genuine.
 
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Chinese chemical plant explodes;China’s lockdown allegedly forges a tragedy | China in Focus​



A Chinese man is on day three of a hunger strike. He’s protesting after police forcibly vaccinated him. Another man was pinned down on the ground by Chinese policemen, all because he refused to get tested for the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus. Is China’s pandemic cure worse than the disease? The country’s strict lockdown measures reportedly played a major role in the death of one man. Victims in China are still suffering after major flood damage. They report receiving little compensation, despite massive destruction. That’s after authorities opened the floodgates of a local reservoir without warning. Chinese shopping giant Alibaba plans to invest more than $15 billion into helping the communist regime achieve its goals—amid Beijing’s clampdown on Big Tech.
 
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Chinese authorities force vaccines on elderly, sick; Heavy rains continue in central China​



Chinese officials are forcing people to get vaccinated, even though Beijing says it’s not required. Residents who don’t want to get the shot may face retaliation from officials. A video shows a group of authorities forcing a farmer away from his field to get the vaccine. Heavy rains strike in Henan Province. The downpour led to road collapse there. Beijing is keeping an eye on celebrities and their online fans, as the regime clamps down on a number of domestic business sectors—a move insiders say carries political goals. Counterfeit products from China surface in the United States. Customs and Border Protection seized nearly 40,000 fake designer products from China in just a month—goods that would be worth $50 million, if genuine.
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Black swan visits Beijing’s Tiananmen square; Lockdown policy changes spark anger with locals​



A Hong Kong actor says he’s giving up his Canadian citizenship. Some call it a show of loyalty toward China’s communist regime. Beijing bans men it deems aren’t masculine enough for TV—and labels them “girlie guns.” Britain’s new aircraft carrier arrives in Japan for a permanent military presence in the Indo-Pacific region. This is countering China’s territorial claims. Two Canadians have been held in Chinese prison for more than 1,000 days. Their supporters rally in Ottawa. The “Two Michaels” were accused of spying in a case that soured diplomatic ties between Canada and China.
 

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Hong Kong police raid Tiananmen massacre victims’ museum; Man sent US Marine technology to China​



In another possible cover-up from the Chinese Communist Party, authorities claim there were no casualties as shockwaves from a massive explosion reportedly leveled houses in China. But residents say otherwise. Beijing works to quiet talk of the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre. Hong Kong police raid the premises of a closed museum dedicated to honoring the massacre’s victims. A Chinese man is sentenced to prison by a U.S. court for smuggling submarine technology from the United States to China. Chinese regulators are now clamping down on foreign brands. This time, it’s winter jacket manufacturer Canada Goose, hit with a $70,000 fine. The online gaming industry also takes a hit. No new online games have been granted approval in China, as authorities take aim at the sector.
 

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China Evergrande investors protest at headquarters; Strong winds, rain: typhoon heads for China​



A new CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus outbreak hits China. A man tests positive after three weeks in quarantine and testing negative nine times. A super typhoon is heading toward South China. It’s losing strength along the way, but coastal areas are still bracing themselves. Beijing’s World Robot Conference featured a Chinese-speaking Albert Einstein, backflipping dogs, and AI nurses. But controversy is stirring despite the grand displays. Investors who backed China’s second-largest property developer are demanding their money back. Nearly 300 real estate companies reportedly filed for bankruptcy already this year. If their company joins the list, it could send shockwaves through China’s economy. A Wall Street Journal investigation accuses Tiktok of allegedly promoting sexual content to minors.