Hong Kong protests has opened up the gate for burial of the CCP regime
Over six months’ protests against the Extradition Bill have caught world attention with the courageous Hong Kongers fighting continuously for freedom and democracy. The lives and bloodshed of thousands have awakened many who have come in strong hands to stand with Hong Kong.
Us President Trump has signed into law the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act which paves the way for the democratic drive in Greater China.
This is unprecedented in American history. With the legislation, Senator Macro Rubio, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, former White House Strategist Steve Bannon and others, together over 400 U.S. Senators will have their names written into the history of Hong Kong as the greatest men and women on earth..
As the Hong Kong crisis continues, would the US Government take further steps for military intervention? The world is watching.
Expose Revolution started by Guo Wengui has shaken the foundation of the communist regime
The significance of the Expose Revolution by CCP killer Guo Wengui and his countless warrior friends will be revealed far beyond the death of Wang Jian and the truth behind HNA Group.
As one of their retaliation measures to pressure Guo Wengui, Chinese dictators in Beijing had his splendid 7-star Pangu Plaza confiscated and put on auction for US$734 million. Nearly 150,000 internet users followed the sale on Alibaba’s Taobao.
Although all his live broadcasts are blocked, Guo Wengui’s name is hot at Number One across China. When seven military officers were promoted by Xi Jinping to the rank of general in December, there spread a saying in the capital that “giving me the title of general is no better than a warrior uniform presented by Guo Wengui.”
China US trade war continues dramatically in a matter of a joke
Whether at the G7 or Osaka G20, President Trump has been played over and over by the radical cadre of the CCP who has enslaved 1.4 billion people.
When the two sides are “getting very close to a BIG DEAL”, the polite dialogues and tweets between CCTV host Liu Xin and Fox News host Trish Regan have added lots of fun to the gossips of audience who cares for the trade talks.
Although more and more people believe the trade talks would end up in a ridiculous way – with no practical deal, the two sides have wanted something (commitment to a deal) to celebrate for the coming Christmas and 2020 New Year.
In August, Trump formally labeled China a currency manipulator. In December, China and US decoupling has become fact. Rather than tariffs, the second phase of Trade War could be export and import controls, investment restrictions, and execution of sanctions.
The bitterness of China’s private entrepreneurs gripped by CCP’s dictatorship
Real estate conglomerate and Wanda Group Chairman Wang Jianlin was detained for nearly two months before the CCP’s Fourth Plenary Session and lost 19 kilos at release and his assets had been forced to be transferred into an account controlled by Wang Qishan.
Soho China was forced to sell of its commercial portfolios amid a new round of political struggle. The developers Pan Shiyi and Zhang Xin, his wife and powerful business partner, were said to be under investigation with corruption charges closely linked to the CCP leadership.
Earlier, Jack Ma surrendered control of the legal entities that hold Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.’s business licenses in China before announcing his step-down as Alibaba Chairman.
China’s most famous movie star Fan Bingbing was penalized with a fine of around 883 million yuan (US$129m). She was made disappeared for about 3 months.
All these have sent a clear message to other billionaires in the country that, at times of difficulties and severe challenges, the CCP is determined to “cut leeks” and “shear wool of sheep”.
China’s pork crisis is bigger than you think
This year, domestic Chinese pork prices have skyrocketed. And the crisis has begun to affect global markets, both positively and negatively.
China is the world’s largest consumer and importer of pork. Half of China’s pork production still takes place on small-scale farms. But these production houses have been decimated as China emerges from the epidemic, according to the US National Pork Board study, which says “the backyard and semi-formal sectors are finished in China, and pig production from this sector will be insignificant probably as early as 2025.”
Defecting Chinese spy seeking asylum in Australia
Secret Chinese operative Wang Liqiang detailed sensational espionage allegations as he sought political asylum in Australia in November.
Wang revealed information about Chinese spies infiltrating the Hong Kong pro-democracy movement, Taiwan’s elections and interference in Australia’s internal affairs. This boss Xiang Xin later was detained by Taiwan authorities.
This has given a severe blow to the CCP’s intelligence network across the globe that employs lots of overseas students as spies.
Guo Wengui gave a strong warning that anyone overseas helping the CCP to harass our warrior friends and do harm to the Expose Revolution must be brought to justice and severely punished.
The NBA’s fight with China has revealed the dangerous ambitions of the CCP
When Houston Rockets manager Daryl Morey tweeted out his support for the Hong Kong protests on October 4, it ignited a firestorm for the NBA.
The NBA in general, and Adam Silver in particular, have been impressive in their stand against the Communists. Regardless of this pressure from China’s government, Silver said about the request to fire Morey: “There’s no chance that’s happening. There’s no chance we’ll even discipline him.”
Rarely, if ever, has an American firm stood up to the Communist Party and its methods. It may be basketball that awakens America to the real scale of our burgeoning China problem. “And one of those values is free expression,”Silver noted.
US House passes Xinjiang Bill urging sanctions on Chinese officials
The US House of Representatives overwhelmingly approved a bill that would require the Trump administration to toughen its response to China’s crackdown on its Muslim minority in Xinjiang.
The Uyghur Act of 2019 is a stronger version of a bill that angered Beijing when it passed the Senate in September.
The bill requires the secretary of state to submit a report on abuses in Xinjiang, to include assessments of the numbers held in re-education and forced labor camps. United Nations experts and activists said at least one million Uyghurs and members of other largely Muslim minority groups have been detained in the camps.
Earlier, US lawmakers had asked President Trump’s administration to sanction Chen Quanguo, the Communist Party secretary in the northwestern Xinjiang region, who earlier held a similar position in Tibet and has become reputed for his handling of minorities.
We are entering a new era of global fight to eliminate the CCP
President Trump is leading the fight to eliminate the Chinese Communist Party. On many occasions, Secretary of State Michael Pompeo hammered the CCP on its violations in Hong Kong and Xinjiang.
In October, in his remarks on US policy about Communist China, Vice President Pence said, “To uphold the values of freedom-loving people everywhere, we’ve also called out the Chinese Communist Party for suppressing freedom of religion of the Chinese people. Millions of ethnic and religious minorities in China are struggling against the Party’s efforts to eradicate their religious and cultural identities.”
As the world is welcoming a new China without the Communist Party, Xi Jinping and Wang Qishan have become enemies of the Chinese people and eliminating the CCP is now the best blessing to the Chinese people.
I was wrong last year to predict the demise of former President Jiang Zemin. On July 22 at the age of 91,Li Peng, former Chinese premier and butcher of Tiananmen Square, dies at 91.
Terry Gou moved closer to run for Taiwan president and ended in a ridiculous way
Terry Gou, head of the world’s largest contract assembler of consumer electronics Foxconn, stepped closer to running for president of Taiwan on Monday by announcing that he would not accept a vice presidential slot on the ticket of the opposition Nationalist Party.
Incumbent President Tsai Ing-wen has been hampered by low public approval ratings and a diplomatic embargo imposed by China, which claims the island as its own territory.
Terry Gou is at the center of Taiwanese interests, its politics and society, its relations with China and the US in the trade deal; he is the most important businessman linking the three sides closely.
With many of his scandals revealed, Terry Gou has become unpopular and finally gave up his presidential ambitions. His come-and-go is a historic and revolutionary event in Taiwan and will have a profound impact on the well-being of 23 million Taiwanese people.
By Cloudy Seagail