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Energy Independence to Confront China and Russia | CPAC 2022​


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This year’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) was held amid global turmoil. While Russia invades Ukraine, many say that China remains the bigger threat. However, what are the prerequisites to confronting China and Russia? Experts and lawmakers at the conference seem to agree that energy independence is the way.
I spoke with Sen. Mike Braun (R-Ind.) on the Russia threat and his big focus on bringing domestic manufacturing—particularly for pharmaceuticals—back to the United States, and why he thinks the United States needs to confront China. Braun highlights the long-term threat that is the Chinese regime, and what we can do.
Then I spoke with KT McFarland, former deputy national security adviser, about what Russia and China seek to accomplish. In terms of relative similarities, how does the Ukraine situation translate into the regional power play, and how Taiwan is reacting to the situation as the Chinese Communist Party seeks to invade in the future?
 

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Cost of China’s Intellectual Property Theft​


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During the 2022 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), I got the chance to speak with former acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker. Now the co-chairman for America First Policy Institute’s Center for Law & Justice, Whitaker speaks on the intellectual property theft by communist China and how it costs America millions if not billions of dollars. During his time as acting attorney general, Whitaker oversaw the criminal prosecution of Huawei in the United States over theft of technology and fraud.
I also spoke to Ian Prior, who worked in the DOJ as principal deputy director of Public Affairs. He explains how China stole rice and grain technology. He also talks about the need to take the issue seriously, regardless of which side of the aisle you are on.
Together with Whitaker and Prior, we discussed the recent decision by the Justice Department to end the China Initiative.
 

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Air Force: China Remains the Pacing Challenge​


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What is the top threat facing America right now? Top officials from the U.S. Air Force and nuclear force are speaking out.

Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo speaks in Taiwan, stating his take on how Washington should handle communist China’s threat.

And for those watching our full episode: The home of Asia’s most advanced technology is taking a side amid Indo-Pacific tensions.

Much of China’s energy and food supplies come from Russia and Ukraine. But where does that leave international trade, with shipping routes halted by war?

A human rights defender in China gets a four-year sentence. But his wife says she was left in the dark about his trial.
 

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China ‘could take a state or entire sections of the country offline’: Jon Pelson on Huawei threat​



In this special episode, we sat down with #JonPelson, author of "Wireless Wars: China’s Dangerous Domination of 5G and How We’re Fighting Back." He touches on the security risks around Huawei equipment being installed in the United States, what’s at stake, and what can be done.
 

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The Communist Party’s Cyberattacks on America Explained; Rex Lee Talks Tech Hybrid Warfare​



CHINA INSIDER
DAVID ZHANG


China hacked six states in the United States in its latest cybercrime. Its cyberattacks are getting more sophisticated, as more disinformation campaigns are floating online to promote Beijing’s line. The Chinese regime is doubling down on hybrid warfare. We explain how it works.
Then I have cybersecurity expert Rex Lee back on the show. He goes into details on tech hybrid warfare and why social media is a tool used by the Chinese Communist Party to invade America.
 

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Biden, Xi’s 1st phone call since invasion; Chinese dissident-turned lawyer killed: NYC​



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A phone call took place between two of the world’s most powerful leaders. It’s the first time they’ve met since the start of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. But will the meeting shift the current situation? A number of Chinese citizens have been charged by U.S. authorities. They’re accused of #Spying on American citizens and plotting a deadly car accident. A Queens lawyer’s death shocks exiled Chinese dissidents in the United States after he was fatally stabbed by a woman from China. China’s pandemic lockdown policies seem to have deja vu. Factories have halted production, and cities are turning into ghost towns—all as China battles its worst virus outbreak in two years. Taiwan is sending more aid for Ukraine. But China isn’t happy, as Beijing officials slam the island for what they called “taking advantage of the difficulties of others.”
 

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‘The CCP is a criminal organization and it needs to be treated as such’: Rep. Perry on China threat​



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In this special episode, we hear from Rep. #ScottPerry (R-Pa.) and former Deputy National Security Adviser of the United States #KTMcFarland. Perry said, “The Chinese market is huge, and everybody wants the cash associated with the Chinese market. Sooner or later, we’re going to have to deal with China and their market. And it’s not the Chinese people that we take issue with. It is the communists, the ruling party in China.” And as to ways to counter that, KT McFarland said, “The only way we solve this is a national policy, to say American corporations are not going to invest in Chinese companies that are endangering American national security. American companies cannot, maybe, sell things to Chinese [companies]. We need to have a national policy so that it’s a level playing field for all American companies.”
 

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What Makes Taiwan an ‘Unsinkable Shield’ That the US Can’t Afford to Have Fall to China?​

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Brendon Fallon


U.S. Army General Douglas MacArthur called Taiwan the “unsinkable aircraft carrier.” He was referring to its value as a strategic asset in communism-containment during the Cold War. Generations later, Taiwan faces arguably heightened risk of communist invasion: Will China, spurred on by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, make a similar move on Taiwan?
What should Taiwan be doing to better defend itself? And what should the world be doing to prevent this strategic asset from falling into Chinese communist hands?
 
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Can China Hold America Hostage Over Rare Earth Metals? Three Experts Weigh In​



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China holds the rare earth supply chain by the throat. Anytime China decides to, it can cut us off, which means no more electronics. We explore the danger of the world’s reliance on exports of rare earth metals that go into cars, radars, appliances, and so much more. Are we at the mercy of the communist regime? And how do we solve the present danger? Join me and three experts to find out.
 

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Examining China’s oil imports: Buying from the US; China militarizes South China Sea​



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Rescuers announce one of two black boxes have been found—following the tragic Boeing plane crash in China. Relatives and other loved ones also arrive on the scene. The United States deals another heavy blow to Chinese officials—this time, targeting their ability to get through the border. A U.S. military admiral says China is arming man-made islands in the South China Sea, as the United States and allies in the region pursue a different goal: “a free and open Indo-Pacific.” We examine China’s oil imports and look at how its purchases from the United States are changing. Did China send weapons to Russia? For the first time, the United States makes an official statement. China is facing a severe COVID-19 outbreak—one of the worst since it first emerged in Wuhan. But how long will Beijing hold onto its strict “zero-cases” policy?
 

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Beijing wants to reconstitute life on the planet and the US’: Peter Schweizer on the China threat​



China In Focus

In this special episode, we sat down with Peter Schweizer, author of “Red-Handed” and president of the Government Accountability Institute. He touches on the Chinese regime’s strategy to buy off American elites to help Beijing get ahead—how that reaches from the top of the political sphere to big names on Wall Street and in business, and even higher education. And in the second half, we hear from #JamesCarafano, vice president of the Institute for National Security and Foreign Policy at the Heritage Foundation. He gives insight into what China is getting out of the #RussiaUkraineWar.
 

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“We can’t win that fight just by pretending we don’t have to compete”Dr. Robert Atkinson On US-China​



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The Senate just approved a $52 billion bill for #Semiconductor chip manufacturing in the United States—part of its version of the United States Innovation and #CompetitionAct. Is this a step toward the United States taking a “whole-of-government” approach when it comes to competition with China? Or are the stakes even high enough to warrant a fight? I spoke to Robert Atkinson, founder and president of the #InformationTechnology and Innovation Foundation, a tech and economic think tank. He details the nature of the U.S.-China economic relationship and what’s at stake when China wins and America loses.
 

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How to Shut Down Foreign Intelligence Networks in America​

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Counterpunch
Trevor Loudon


Every country in the West has been infiltrated by foreign agents, including from countries such as China, Russia, and Iran. Trevor Loudon goes into how we can counter the infiltration of foreign agents into America.
 

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China’s quiet takeover of the Southern Hemisphere​


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America’s influence in #LatinAmerica is slipping to the Chinese regime. But why is having access to the #SouthernHemisphere so important? In this special report, we look at how the Chinese regime has quietly taken over control in many countries; how trade has won Beijing leverage in political, diplomatic, and military spheres across the region; and how Americans’ daily lives could be turned inside out. And joining us in this episode to help shed light on the topic are Captain #JimFanell, former director of Intelligence and Information Operations for the U.S. Pacific Fleet, and Brazilian journalist Paulo Figueiredo.
 

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Six Crises Threatening America From Within and From Communist China​



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Six crises are serving to hollow out America. China is eyeing a weak America. From cultural Marxism to the infiltration by communist China, sandwiched in between are progressive ideologies that hollow out the foundational institutions of this republic. I explore what the crises are with Stu Cvrk, a retired captain of the Navy and China expert. He explains how cultural Marxism, the communist infiltration, and woke ideologies serve the interest of those who wish to see the United States fall.
 

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Will Musk’s Twitter be influenced by China?; Video: foreigner collapses amid Shanghai lockdown​



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Is the Chinese communist party poised to gain leverage over Twitter? Debate over that question comes now that the social media platform accepted Elon Musk’s offer to purchase it. One foreigner struggling under the city’s virus prevention rules in Shanghai. He tries to break through isolation barriers. Foreigners living in Shanghai facing difficult times. On top of the lockdown measures, they report being subject to different rules than native residents. “Made in China” tech products are taking a hit. We look at why Chinese smartphone manufacturers are now buying much more parts from the U.S. And for those watching our full episode— A Prominent Human Rights Press Award ceremony – canceled just ahead of World Press Freedom Day. The event’s organizer in Hong Kong cited legal risks for the change.
 

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How the West’s ‘Destructive Games of Self-Immolation’ Derange Society and Empower Dictators

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From rule of law to liberal democracy to the scientific method, “everything we think of as modernity is Western in origin,” says author and journalist Douglas Murray. “And the West has given them to the rest of the world not because they’re racist, but because they work.”
Murray’s latest book is titled “The War on the West.”
“It’s a war on the West’s history, its traditions. All of its philosophical and religious traditions are being torn down,” Murray says.
And while many in the West engage in these “games of self-immolation,” the rest of the world is watching.
“I suppose some people might think is strange, but I have this view that an American-led century is much more preferable to a Chinese Communist Party-led century.”
 

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Shanghai COVID-19 death toll raises questions; Report: China is the largest source of fake goods​



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Fake Chanel bags, Prada shoes, and 3M face masks—what’s happening with these counterfeits from China trying to make their way into the United States? An old rule has been exploited, the United States suffers a great loss, and the beneficiaries are mainly Chinese companies. Shanghai’s official infection rates are raising questions. Many have said they don’t feel the numbers are trustworthy, citing Chinese authorities’ cover-up in Wuhan. The Hollywood movie “Uncharted” is banned in the Philippines. But for the American audience, the bug might be too small to see. China has reported what appears to be the world’s first known human case of H3N8 bird flu. China’s health commission said the infected person is a 4-year-old boy.
 

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How American Elites Are Being Captured By the Chinese Communist Party: Peter Schweizer​

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Facts Matter
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“Elite capture” is a high-level strategy used by Chinese Communist Party, China’s intelligence apparatus, as well as those involved in quasi-private business ventures.
The idea is simple: by tempting another country’s elite with money, access, and favors, you can move them to see their interests as being either intertwined or even the same as the interests of China.
In order to see how this strategy works in practice, we sat down with Peter Schweizer, a world-renowned author, researcher, investigative journalist, and president of the Government Accountability Institute.
His most recent best-selling book, “Red Handed,” goes into great depth to expose the Chinese communist strategy of “elite capture” as it applies to five sectors of America’s institutions: big tech, wall street, politics, entertainment, and education.