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https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/three-us-lawmakers-propose-total-ban-stem-visas-chinese-students
US Lawmakers Propose Total Ban On STEM Visas For Chinese Students
Thu, 05/28/2020 - 10:45

As the White House prepares to eject Chinese graduate students with ties to the PLA, three US lawmakers are taking things a step further - proposing a bill which would ban mainland Chinese students from studying STEM subjects in the United States.

Two senators and one House member said on Wednesday that the Secure Campus Act would bar Chinese nationals from obtaining visas for graduate or postgraduate studies in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Students from Taiwan and Hong Kong would be exempt, according to SCMP.

"The Chinese Communist Party has long used American universities to conduct espionage on the United States," said Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AK), one of the bill's sponsors, adding "What’s worse is that their efforts exploit gaps in current law. It’s time for that to end."

"The Secure Campus Act will protect our national security and maintain the integrity of the American research enterprise."
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https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/china-furious-after-twitter-retroactively-tags-tweets-top-officials
China Furious After Twitter Retroactively Tags Tweets From Top Officials
Thu, 05/28/2020 - 09:50

Aside from a string of tweets from Jack Dorsey, Twitter's PR machine has been strangely quiet during the dust-up over the extremely controversial decision to tag several tweets from President Trump as "misinformation".

And now we know why. Among the reasons Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg cited for why social media companies shouldn't strive to be "arbiters of truth" is the Sisyphean task of filtering, screening and analyzing an endless stream of information. Given the massive user bases of these companies, consistency would be nearly impossible, opening the door to yet more accusations of bias. And for what?

Perhaps that's why Twitter has spent the last day or so retroactively tagging tweets from certain officials with the Chinese government that also contain "misinformation" - some of it claiming that the coronavirus originated in the US.

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Mouthpieces for Beijing, and for practically every government, even Venezuela and Iran (two countries that have drawn scrutiny from Twitter in the form of mass account-deletion) are active on Twitter. And one of the most effective arguments against Twitter's decision to label Trump's tweets is that the company hasn't done nearly enough to filter out far more sinister actors, like ISIS recruiters, or stooges from Russia, China, Iran and America's myriad geopolitical enemies - and some of our allies too.


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Meanwhile, Taiwan has continued to poke and prod at Beijing by speaking out in defense of Hong Kong. A top Taiwanese official said  prosperity and stability cannot be easily disrupted by separatist forces, rebutting Beijing’s accusations of “terrorism”.

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President Donald Trump’s pending social media executive order is likely “more bark than bite,” Height Capital Markets analysts Chase White and Clayton Allen wrote in a note, citing news reports suggesting the order will address Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, the liability shield intended to protect Internet platforms from content posted on their sites.

But whatever happens, we'll definitely be keeping an eye on the Ayatollah's twitter feed. Will the company dare to apply these misinformation labels to Iran's supreme leader?



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Re: Trump impose sanctions on China
« Reply #76 on: Jun 04, 2020, 09:32:43 pm »
 

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https://www.breitbart.com/asia/2020/06/04/victims-communism-tiananmen-square/
Chinese Dissidents at Tiananmen Square Remembrance: ‘The Appeasement Must End’
Frances Martel 4 Jun 2020

Chinese dissidents and human rights advocates gathered online Wednesday evening for a candlelight vigil to remember those killed during the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre, urging the world not to look away or tolerate communist China’s crimes.
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Chen made the case that the communist regime’s “existence poses great threats to the freedom, security, and health of the people around the world. … in short, if the CCP evil regime is not destroyed, the world would not have real security and freedom.”

“When a regime runs roughshod on its own people, it will sooner or later bring disasters beyond its border in one way or another,” Jianli Yang, the founder and president of Citizen Power Initiatives for China, said at the event, making the argument that an appropriated outraged global responses to the Tiananmen massacre would have prevented an emboldened China from deceiving the world on the coronavirus pandemic.

It is a well-established fact that if, when the coronavirus first broke out in Wuhan, there had been any space in society and government to sound the alarm – if the government had not suppressed the truth and misled the world – hundreds of thousands of lives would have been saved,” Yang said. “By the same token, if the Chinese communist regime, instead of slaughtering the Tiananmen protesters, had accepted their request of political reform, the world would not have been plunged into the catastrophe we are experiencing today.”

Leaked Chinese documents show that the first diagnosed cases of novel coronavirus in Wuhan were identified in November 2019. China did not make public the discovery of a new virus until January, and multiple reports have revealed evidence that Beijing pressured the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) to hide evidence that the virus was transmissible from person to person.

Pastor Bob Fu, the head of the Christian human rights organization China Aid, asserted that Beijing is using “the same pattern of lying, covering up, and afflicting so many millions of lives” in its response to the pandemic as it did with the crackdown in 1989.

The Chinese Communist Party has been claiming [throughout] the past 31 years that nobody had been killed in Tiananmen Square, so they are good at telling lies and covering up,” Fu said. “A year ago, the Chinese communist regime unleashed this coronavirus, the Communist Party virus, to not only afflict millions of Chinese, but still afflicting millions, hundreds of millions of citizens around the globe.”

“Because of that, millions of American children and throughout the world are not able to go to school. Millions of moms cannot send their children, cannot bring their children to churches, the synagogues, to mosques. This is a crime against humanity,” he affirmed.


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https://news.yahoo.com/cant-run-away-hong-kong-161721248.html
Police tried to ban Tiananmen vigil. Instead, thousands showed up, united with new demands
[LA Times]
Alice Su, Laurel Chor
,LA Times•June 4, 2020


Participants on Thursday display five fingers, signifying their five demands, during a vigil in Hong Kong's Victoria Park for the victims of the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre. (Kin Cheung / Associated Press)

What was supposed to be a banned event commemorating the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre instead became one of Hong Kong’s most unifying vigils in 31 years, as the old themes of accountability for massacre victims merged with new demands for democracy and autonomy in the city.

Police had banned the annual vigil — which usually draws more than 100,000 people to mourn the pro-democracy protesters killed by soldiers and tanks in Beijing on June 4, 1989 — on grounds of public health, citing coronavirus concerns. They set up metal barricades around Victoria Park and mobilized 3,000 riot police to guard the city Thursday night.

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But when dusk fell, fears seemed to melt away as thousands of people streamed into Victoria Park, pushing the barricades over and turning them into benches, lighting candles and lifting cellphones alight with candle images as they sang pro-democracy songs in Mandarin and Cantonese.

Similar scenes sprouted in other parts of the city at the same time, with hundreds of people lighting candles in parks, outside subway stations, on the streets and along the harbor in defiance of police orders.



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Re: Trump impose sanctions on China
« Reply #77 on: Jun 05, 2020, 01:52:21 am »
 

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https://www.breitbart.com/asia/2020/06/04/victims-communism-tiananmen-square/
Chinese Dissidents at Tiananmen Square Remembrance: ‘The Appeasement Must End’
Frances Martel 4 Jun 2020




Considering that Trump is deploying the army to crush an uprising this is kinda hilarious.



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Oh, So you admit the CCP murdered hundreds of people in response to Tiananmen Square massacre[


Modern Slavery needs to be removed ...










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https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/tiananmen-square-massacre-death-toll-secret-cable-british-ambassador-1989-alan-donald-a8126461.html
At least 10,000 people died in Tiananmen Square massacre, secret British cable from the time alleged

Secret document suggested death toll was much higher than later reported, while claiming wounded students were bayoneted as they begged for their lives and the burnt remains of victims were 'hosed down the drains'
Adam Lusher
Saturday 23 December 2017 16:42

The death toll from the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre was at least 10,000 people, killed by a Chinese army unit whose troops were likened to “primitives”, a secret British diplomatic cable alleged.

The newly declassified document, written little more than 24 hours after the massacre, gives a much higher death toll than the most commonly used estimates which only go up to about 3,000.

It also provides horrific detail of the massacre, alleging that wounded female students were bayoneted as they begged for their lives, human remains were “hosed down the drains”, and a mother was shot as she tried to go to the aid of her injured three-year-old daughter.

Written on 5 June 1989 by Sir Alan Donald, the then-British ambassador to China, the hitherto secret cable has now been placed in the UK National Archives at Kew, where it was found by the news website HK01.
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Considering that Trump is deploying the army to crush an uprising this is kinda hilarious.



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Re: Trump impose sanctions on China
« Reply #79 on: Jul 04, 2020, 03:48:27 pm »
 

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Hong Kong Lives Matter ?

https://www.usnews.com/news/world/articles/2020-07-02/liberate-hong-kong-revolution-of-our-times-slogan-is-illegal-government-says
Hong Kong Man Accused of Terrorism in First Use of New China Security Law
By Reuters, Wire Service Content July 2, 2020, at 10:59 p.m.
By Jessie Pang and Anne Marie Roantree

HONG KONG (Reuters) - A man carrying a "Liberate Hong Kong" sign as he drove a motorcycle into police at a protest against the territory's Chinese rulers became on Friday the first person charged with inciting separatism and terrorism under a new security law.

Beijing imposed the legislation on the former British colony earlier this week despite protests from Hong Kongers and Western nations, setting China's freest city and a major financial hub on a more authoritarian track.

Critics say the law - which punishes crimes of secession, subversion, terrorism and collusion with foreign forces with up to life in prison - is aimed at crushing dissent and a long-running campaign for greater democracy.

Police say 23-year-old Tong Ying-kit rammed and injured some officers at an illegal protest on Wednesday. A video online showed a motorbike knocking over several officers on a narrow street before the driver falls over and is arrested.

Tong, who was hospitalised after the incident, was charged less than 24 hours after the city government said the slogan he was carrying - "Liberate Hong Kong, revolution of our times" - connotes separatism or subversion under the new law.

The rallying cry appears on placards, T-shirts, and post-it notes stuck to walls around Hong Kong.

China's parliament adopted the security law after sometimes violent protests last year triggered by fears Beijing was stifling freedoms, guaranteed by a "one country, two systems" formula agreed when Hong Kong returned to Chinese rule in 1997.

Authorities in Beijing and Hong Kong say the law aims at a few "troublemakers" and not wider rights that underpin the city's role as a gateway for capital flows in and out of China.
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https://www.yahoo.com/news/hundreds-arrested-hong-kong-protests-162941442.html
Hundreds arrested in Hong Kong protests
•July 1, 2020

Hong Kong police arrested more than 300 people on Wednesday (July 1) as protesters took to the streets in defiance of sweeping security legislation introduced by China.


Hong Kong police fired pepper pellets before arresting protesters inside and outside the luxurious Times Square shopping mall.

Police said they had made more than 300 arrests for illegal assembly and other offences, with nine involving suspected violations of the new law.

Earlier on Wednesday, water cannon was fired, and riot police used pepper spray on protesters and press at close range.

China unveiled the details of the much-anticipated law on Tuesday (June 30) after weeks of uncertainty.


A top Beijing official calling the law a birthday gift to Hong Kong.
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Hong Kong Lives Matter ?



Hong Kong lives matter, but this has been on cards ever since Conservative Goddess - Maggie Thatcher gave away Hong Kong with no strings attached, back to China.

To discuss Hong Kong, without the context of history, is what is going on in the media. With out any understanding of the background, its easy to portray China as the villain. But, I suggest people find out exactly how the British Empire, along with other Colonial Powers managed to pull stunts like "acquiring a lease for Hong Kong" . . . would your country lease an island off your coast to a hostile genocidal foreign power ?

Its important to understand, because it effects why China behaves the way it does today, and it has absolutely nothing to do with it being nominally a communist country, that propaganda theme is the height of ignorance. Imagine a person in China reporting the current events in America - without having any knowledge of the background history, its not going to make much sense.



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its easy to portray China as the villain.

Lets just say the commies sweethearts... are coming to put a belt on you ..

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/jun/03/britain-could-change-immigration-rules-for-hong-kong-citizens
Boris Johnson lays out visa offer to nearly 3m Hong Kong citizens

UK prime minister says all eligible for BNO passport can apply if China cuts freedoms

Boris Johnson has opened the path to what he called one of the “biggest changes” to the British visa system, stating he was ready to offer a right to live and work in the UK to any of the nearly 3 million Hong Kong citizens eligible for a British National Overseas passport.

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“If China imposes its national security law, the British government will change its immigration rules and allow any holder of these passports from Hong Kong to come to the UK for a renewable period of 12 months and be given further immigration rights including the right to work which would place them on the route to citizenship.”



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Lets just say the commies sweethearts... are coming to put a belt on you ..




With out understanding the background History, it would be easy to end up regurgitating propaganda originating from the modern day descendants of the East India Company. Those descendents still run Hong Kong, the Tai Pan is the biggest employer second only to the govt . . . But, hey, ignore me if you want, go buy your self an illuminati supporters T-shirt.

First Opium War
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Opium_War

William Jardine - Tai Pan
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Jardine_(merchant)

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Mao was a Yali ...


Chairman Prescott S. Bush, Jr, (USA—China Chamber of Commerce)

Former US diplomat exposes how US actually helped communist China instead of KMT
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The U.S. had now become aligned with the British which considered Chiang Kai-Shek an enemy.
Also they could not allow Shek to take Manchuria and the opium trade....

Many do not know that Japan was a British ally in the drug trade up until WWII.

https://archive.org/details/TheEmpireOftheCity
THE EMPIRE OF "The City"
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War and Period                British Allies                British Opponent
Opium War, 184@1843   England and France   Chinese Dynasty
Revolution, 1867-1858   England and France   Chinese Nationalists
Storming of Pekin, 1860   England and France   Chines Dynasty
Revolution, 1860-1885   England and France   Chinese Nationalists
Yellow War, 1894-1895   Japan and (England)   Chinese Dynasty
Revolution, 1898                England-France-Japan   Chinese Nationalists
Boxer War, 1900-1901   All the Great Powers   Chinese Nationalists
Revolution, 1911                England-France-Japan   Chinese Nationalists
Revolution, 19281927   England, France, Japan, Portugal, Spain and Holland   Gen. Chiang Kai-shek
Manchurian Conquest, 1931   Japan                           Gen. Chiang Kai-shek

http://www.smu.ca/academic/arts/sociology/bios/documents/lecture-6-7-3133-hand.pdf
Japan’s Drug Policies in East Asia

Japanese narcotics sales had already been a common practice in China during World War I. The Japanese used drugs as a weapon of war to undermine China’s capacity for resistance. Prior to and during World War II, Japan’s military in occupied Manchuria (Manchukuo), had the task and cost of subjugating northern China, relied on drug sales to finance its operations. Japanese navy gun boats transported drugs manufactured in laboratories controlled by the army. In fact, the military had set up a system of some seven thousand pharmacies which sold opium and heroin to the population.

In occupied Manchuria, the Japanese not only promoted opium cultivation but its refinement into smoking opium and sale to the population. In 1931, it was estimated that one in 120 Manchurians was habituated to drugs. By 1938, one of every forty Manchurians was addicted. In fact, the League of Nations repeatedly admonished the Japanese drug policies in occupied Manchuria. In its 1937 report the League’s Opium Advisory Committee specifically referred to the clandestine manufacture and the illicit traffic in narcotic drugs undertaken by Japanese subjects in China in the territories under Japanese influences, claiming that the situation had deteriorated to an alarming extent. Japan earned US$300 million annually during the 1930s from the distribution and sale of Manchurian opium and heroin.

A Japanese army manual explained the strategy as follows: “The use of narcotics is unworthy of a superior race like the Japanese. Only inferior races, races that are decadent like the Chinese, Europeans, and the East Indians, are addicted to the use of narcotics. This is why they are destined to become our servants and eventually disappear.”

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https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/local-media-release/10800-assault-weapons-parts-seized-cbp-louisville
10,800 Assault Weapons Parts Seized by CBP in Louisville
June 26, 2020

LOUISVILLE, Ky
—At the Express Consignment Operations hubs in Louisville U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers seized a shipment from China that contained over 10,000 Assault Weapons parts being smuggled into the country. 

The shipment was seized on May 22. Officers inspected the item, which was arriving from Shenzhen, China, destined for a residence in Melbourne, Florida. The parcel was manifested as containing 100 Steel Pin Samples. This is a common practice of smugglers manifesting the contraband as a harmless or a legitimate commodity in hopes of eluding further examination.


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Media coverage relies on the almighty make the mistake of forgetting that both Hong Kong and Taiwan are not independent countries, they are the stolen property of China.



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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taiwan_under_Japanese_rule
Japanese Taiwan was the period of Taiwan and the Penghu Islands under Japanese rule between 1895 and 1945.

Taiwan became a dependency of Japan in 1895 when the Qing dynasty of China ceded Taiwan Province in the Treaty of Shimonoseki after Japanese victory in the First Sino-Japanese War.
The short-lived Republic of Formosa resistance movement was suppressed by Japanese troops and quickly defeated in the Capitulation of Tainan, ending organized resistance to Japanese occupation and inaugurated five decades of Japanese rule. Taiwan was Japan's first overseas colony and can be viewed as the first steps in implementing their "Southern Expansion Doctrine" of the late 19th century. Japanese intentions were to turn Taiwan into a showpiece "model colony" with much effort made to improve the island's economy, public works, industry, cultural Japanization, and to support the necessities of Japanese military aggression in the Asia-Pacific.

https://listverse.com/2017/03/01/10-filthy-facts-about-the-private-life-of-chairman-mao-tse-tung/
He Said He ‘Washed Himself Inside The Bodies Of His Women’




Media coverage relies on the almighty make the mistake of forgetting that both Hong Kong and Taiwan are not independent countries, they are the stolen property of China.



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Can 20 Million Han Chinese have a country independent of the Commies ?

Can 7 million Hong Kong people be independent of the Commies ? ...
https://www.worldometers.info/world-population/china-hong-kong-sar-population/
The current population of the Hong Kong  is 7,497,730
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographics_of_Hong_Kong
According to the 2016 by-census, 92% of the Hong Kong population is ethnic Chinese.




https://www.worldatlas.com/articles/is-taiwan-a-country.html
Is Taiwan a Country?
October 12 2017 in World Facts

This island covers a total area of 13,976 square miles and has a population size of approximately 23.55 million. Taiwan has a total gross domestic product (GDP) of $1.177 trillion and per capita GDP of $24,027. The size of its population and economy make Taiwan the largest non-United Nations member in the world.
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Taiwan was under the control of the Japanese Empire until the end of World War II. At this time, United States forces sent the Chinese military to Taiwan to accept its surrender in October of 1945. After receiving the formal surrender, the Chinese military general referred to that day as Taiwan Retrocession Day, an unofficial holiday in China that still exists today. This day supposedly marked the moment that Taiwan was integrated into the Republic of China (ROC).

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographics_of_Taiwan

The population of Taiwan, officially known as the Republic of China, is approximately 23.57 million,[1] spread across a total land area of about 36,000 km2; it is the seventeenth most densely populated country in the world, with a population density of about 651 inhabitants per square kilometer.
 

 

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