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The World Needs a New Cold War Against the Chinese Regime: Former US Ambassador Sam Brownback | Clip​



The world needs a new Cold War against the Chinese government, its abuses of human rights, and its plans to export its tyrannical form of government, according to former Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom Sam Brownback. In order to learn more about this, and why a stronger position may be needed by the United States, we sat down with Ambassador Brownback for an interview.
 

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What China Invading Taiwan Would Mean to U.S. & World; Is BlackRock Selling Out America?​



“What we've seen is a force-modernization commitment and effort over the past 25 years on the part of the Chinese, and as their country has gotten wealthier, they've had more resources to invest in a military,” says US-Taiwan Business Council President, Rupert Hammond-Chambers. He believes that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is “one hundred percent serious about invasion” of Taiwan, and that the U.S., and the world more broadly, has vested interest in seeing Taiwan is able to continue with ‘business as usual.’ Taiwan’s production of semiconductor chips–which feature in everything from smart phones to children’s soft toys–provides just one compelling example of this: “Those factories in Taiwan, if China invaded, [would] be turned off. So not only would they not get access to those chips, we wouldn't either as well.” Would U.S. (and other) forces arrive in time to stave off a sudden CCP invasion, and how would Taiwan stand on its own in the interim?
Why aren't we or the U.S. manufacturing these same chips? We'd better get our asses in gear because when China invades Taiwan, we're done!
 

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How CCP’s Bad Business is Costing Americans; Behind Student Protests on 2021 Tiananmen Anniversary​



The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is quietly altering its glowing projections of China’s economy into 2022 and beyond to a more realistic appraisal. Beijing authorities recently held a closed-door meeting of the Central Economic Work Conference, during which Xi Jinping revealed that China's economy is in dire straits. What he neglected to mention is that the CCP is all but wholly responsible for the country’s economic distress. In this episode I look at two compelling examples of this—one that has direct bearing on Americans and another with consequences more localized to China. Just how does a ride-sharing app come to present a ‘national security concern’ to the CCP? And what was its role in triggering student protests on the 2021 anniversary of Tiananmen Square massacre?
 

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Anders Corr: The Chinese Regime ‘is a Terrorist Organization’ | CLIP | American Thought Leaders​



China expert Anders Corr explains that the ruling Chinese Communist Party is more akin to a terrorist organization or mafia group than it is to a democractic government, saying that by allowing US businesses and global bodies to engage with it, we are allowing those groups to be co-opted against US interests. Corr says the only way to change this is for ordinary citizens to protest against the corruption that is occurring at every level of our society.
 

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The Chinese Regime Is Weakened, yet Increasingly Dangerous: Casey Fleming​



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There are two sides to the state of the Chinese regime. On one side, we’re seeing a weakening of its system—a weakening economically, politically, and socially. At the same time, we see a regime that’s becoming more aggressive on the world stage. We see it threatening war, and we see it threatening invasion of Taiwan. So a big question is, what’s happening? Are they strong? Are they weak? Are they a threat? Or are they not? Here to talk to us about this is Casey Fleming, CEO of BlackOps Partners and a senior adviser on risk, strategy, and counterintelligence.
 
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The Chinese Regime Is Weakened, yet Increasingly Dangerous: Casey Fleming​



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There are two sides to the state of the Chinese regime. On one side, we’re seeing a weakening of its system—a weakening economically, politically, and socially. At the same time, we see a regime that’s becoming more aggressive on the world stage. We see it threatening war, and we see it threatening invasion of Taiwan. So a big question is, what’s happening? Are they strong? Are they weak? Are they a threat? Or are they not? Here to talk to us about this is Casey Fleming, CEO of BlackOps Partners and a senior adviser on risk, strategy, and counterintelligence.
Just like wild animals. A hurt or starving animal is much more dangerous than a healthy one.
 

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'Definitely too risky': Christopher Balding on investing in China heading into 2022​



In this special report, we sat down with three guests: #ChristopherBalding, senior fellow at the Henry Jackson Society; #ClydePrestowitz, president of the Economic Strategy Institute; and #DavidGoldman, deputy editor at Asia Times. They touch on China's 2022 economic outlook, what we learned from the past two years, and how that's going to impact global markets—and even consumers who might not realize it.
 

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Why is Xi Jinping’s Right-Hand Man Missing? Feat. Gordon Chang–What CCP-Infighting Means for America​



“[Xi Jinping] knows that if he were to fail, he wouldn’t get a nice house in the Chinese capital. He would be jailed; he’d lose assets; his family would be disadvantaged. He could even lose his life. So, the stakes are much higher for Xi Jinping.” 2022 is the ‘make-or-break’ year for General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), Xi Jinping. This is the year he will make his bid for a third term as the autocratic leader of China. This is also the year in which the fiercest sabotage attempts are likely to be made against him, from within the Party. Author and U.S.-China foreign policy analyst, Gordon Chang joins me in this episode of The Wide Angle. He reveals how the ‘pressure cooker’ that CCP now represents could easily erupt in ways that extend well beyond China’s shores.
 

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US–China 2022 relations: what could change; Sweden won’t send officials to Beijing games​



#MadeinChina.” Those three words appear on everything from computers, to toys, to massive industrial parts. But behind those three words is a history of forced labor, human rights abuses, and stolen trade secrets. As Democratic countries rally behind the call for freedom and holding the Chinese communist regime accountable for its human rights atrocities, are consumers going to see fewer “Made in China” products going forward? In this special report, we look at what China’s 2022 economic outlook means for companies trying to do business in China, for investors weighing the risks, and how the average Joe at home could be impacted, without even realizing it.
 

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‘90 miles from the US coast, there’s Chinese military’: Graceffo on CCP influence in Latin America​



In this special episode, we sat down with China economic analyst Antonio Graceffo and Paz Gómez, a researcher at Impunity Observer. They talk about the first female president in #Hondurus, how that could change diplomatic relations with Taiwan, and how the Chinese regime’s economic stake in Latin America ripples over into the United States.
 

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US to retrieve crashed jet in South China Sea; Is China buying control in Latin America?​




Is Latin America about to find itself the setting for a second Cold War? That's the looming question as Chinese influence spreads across the region. At stake is national security in America—and Taiwan on the global stage—as a new president enters office in Honduras. The small country now lies at the center of a tug-of-war between the United States and China. In this special report, we look at what the region's predicament means going forward, how Americans could be in danger, and how money is at the heart of the problem.
 

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Peter Schweizer’s Book Red Handed: Exposes CCP Influence on American Elites​



America is under attack. The Chinese Communist Party has gotten in the pockets of the elites. By giving them lucrative policies in China, and false promises. The United States has entangled itself with the devil. Among them are corruption, bribery, and most of it all, power. What is the intention of the CCP to undo the moral fabric of this society? Today I am joined by Peter Schweizer, author and president of the Government Accountability Institute. His new book, Red Handed, exposes it all.
 

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Video: Olympic athlete's hotel room gets drenched; Sec. Blinken: China seeks to dominate the world​



Secretary of State Antony Blinken makes his first visit to Australia to meet with the other Quad alliance member nations. He says they share mutual concerns over China’s increasing threat. A grassroots movement to quit the Chinese Communist Party comes under assault in New York City. A witness from the scene says she couldn’t fall asleep after seeing the attack. How many people died in Wuhan in the last two years? That question remains unanswered, since the pandemic’s epicenter stopped reporting cremation data after the outbreak hit the city. A hotel room gets drenched by a major ceiling leak. Despite rampant reports of building code problems in China, the video sparked discussion online, all because of the guest staying there. A Christian businessman faces a seven-year jail sentence after his appeal was denied. He was charged with selling uncensored Bibles in his store, versions that didn’t get the green light from communist authorities.
 

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'Absolutely foolish to have this type of relationship': Thayer on major US tech firms' ties to China​



In this special episode, we sat down with Stephen Bryen, senior fellow at the Center for Security Policy, and Bradley Thayer, founding member of the Committee on the Present Danger: China. They touch on the new report by the Victims of Communism that notes eight major U.S. tech companies have business links to the #ChineseMilitary and security apparatus. Those eight companies are Apple, Amazon, Dell, Facebook, GE, Google, Intel, and Microsoft. Bryen and Thayer touch on what that relationship means for Americans, whether it poses a national security risk, and what can be done going forward.
 

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How Major US Firms Are Putting US Lives at Risk​

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American lives are put at risk when major American tech corporations collaborate with China, a new report says.
Amazon, Apple, Dell, Facebook, GE, Google, Intel, and Microsoft are supporting the Chinese regime’s military, and risking national security.
But it goes beyond that.
In this special report, we look at what happens when there are no rules in place, when American lives are in danger, and what can be done.
 

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Concerns over Taiwan rise as Russia declares war; A new dynamic between the three world powers​


Hours after Putin put boots on the ground in Ukraine, Beijing sent fighter jets soaring near Taiwan. Will the island become the next Ukraine? Taipei reacts to those concerns. Western countries are again leveling sanctions on Russia amid the Ukraine conflict. But some worry those penalties will make China a more powerful competitor on the global stage. One mother of eight, found chained to a wall. Beijing has punished a dozen local officials tied to the crime. But one expert says it’s far from “case closed.” A Chinese city is going bankrupt. Records show it spends six times more money than it takes in. All as real estate prices take a nosedive. And between the world’s two biggest economies – how do the costs of raising a child compare? New research shows Chinese parents have to put in near double the work hours to afford a baby, compared to U.S. couples.
 

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How to make the US more competitive with China | China in Focus



In this special episode, we sat down with Kevin Roberts, president of the Heritage Foundation, and Rep. Andy Biggs (R-Ariz) at CPAC. Roberts touched on how to make the United States more competitive with China.
 

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Ukrainians are ‘ready to stop’ the Russians: Sen. Blackburn


Senator Marsha Blackburn tells ‘Fox News Live’ Ukrainian civilians have gone great lengths to protect their freedom from Russia.
 

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China: The Bully of Asia​


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In this episode of Counterculture with Danielle D’Souza Gill, Danielle shows how China is the bully of Asia. She interviews author Steve Moger about the threat China poses to the United States, but also the rest of the world.