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Re: Trump starts Cold War 4 Military Industrial Complex & Tai Pan
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Quick reminder :

Trump is not Draining The Swamp
Trump is not fighting The Deep State
Trump needs Invisible & Useful Enemies


Trump is feeding one of the behemoth leviathan swamp creatures, the Military Industrial Complex, part of the Shadow Govt who assassinated JFK.













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Trump imposes sanctions on China
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Uighur Muslim Woman Recalls Torture In Chinese Government Internment Camp: ‘I Thought I Would Rather Die’

“I don’t remember the rest. White foam came out of my mouth, and I began to lose consciousness. The last word I heard them saying is that you being an Uighur is a crime,” she added.



https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/apple-soars-record-high-blockbuster-earnings-announces-4-1-stock-split
Apple Soars Above $400 For First Time On Blockbuster Earnings; Announces 4 For 1 Stock Split
Thu, 07/30/2020 - 16:43

Heading into the current, Q3 quarter - typically one of Apple’s slowest of the year - Wall Street was expecting Apple to report revenue of $52.2 billion, or another slight decline from last year, even though Apple didn’t provide guidance for the quarter and is unlikely to do so again until the coronavirus pandemic ends. Despite the slowdown, AAPL shares rallied a whopping 43% from April through June,

https://www.breitbart.com/asia/2020/03/02/study-nike-apple-bmw-among-83-brands-using-chinese-muslim-slave-labor/
Study: Nike, Apple, BMW Among 83 Brands Using Chinese Muslim Slave Labor
Frances Martel
2 Mar 2020

A report published Sunday by an Australian think tank revealed that as many as 83 internationally known brands – including Nike, BMW, Apple, Sony, Google, Lacoste, and Nintendo – have active ties to factories where evidence suggests the Communist Party has shipped Uyghur Muslims to engage in forced labor.

The Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI), a non-partisan think tank, revealed in its study that it had significant evidence of the Chinese communist regime shipping ethnic Uyghurs out of their native Xinjiang, or East Turkestan, to factories nationwide, where they endured long hours, barely received pay, and did not appear to be able to move freely.

For the past two years, China has built up dozens of concentration camps in Xinjiang, its largest and westernmost province, where between 1 million to 3 million Uyghurs, Kazakhs, and other Muslim ethnic minorities were forced to live, enduring indoctrination, torture, rape, and murder. In December, the Chinese government – which always referred to the concentration camps as “vocational training centers” – announced that the concentration camp victims had “graduated” from “vocational training” and left the camps.



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Re: Trump imposes sanctions on China
« Reply #102 on: Jul 31, 2020, 12:50:19 pm »
 

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https://www.cnn.com/2020/06/27/africa/zimbabwe-mine-shooting-intl/index.html
Shooting of Zimbabwe workers by Chinese mine owner shows 'systemic' abuse, watchdog says
By Nyasha Chingono, CNN

Harare, Zimbabwe (CNN)
The shooting of two Zimbabwean workers by a Chinese boss shows the "systematic and widespread" abuse that locals face in Chinese mining operations, says the Zimbabwe Environmental Law Society (ZELA).

In a court affidavit, police said Zhang Xuen shot an employee five times and wounded another at the mine he runs in Gweru province, in central Zimbabwe, during a row with workers over outstanding pay.
Zhang has been charged with attempted murder, said Zimbabwe police spokesman Paul Nyathi.


Earlier:


https://www.jbaynews.com/2015-06-11/china-builds-military-base-in-zimbabwe
China builds military base in Zimbabwe
11 June 2015

A United States panel on Africa has been told of China building a military base in eastern Zimbabwe, raising alarm in Washington
which is increasingly worried about Beijing’s growing influence in Africa.

California Congresswoman Karen Bass sought clarification on the issue from U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, Dr. Shannon Smith, who had just returned from a visit in Harare.

“In recent years Zimbabwe has strengthened trade and military ties with China, including the construction of a Chinese military base in eastern Zimbabwe.”

“What if any, if you could speak to that, I think there are obviously security implications for the United States. What do we know about that development?” Bass asked.

Karen Bass (D-CA) Was actively involved with the Marxist-Leninist group Line of March in the 1980s. Still works closely with former members. Mentored by a leading Communist Party USA member. Also close to Democratic Socialists of America and some Freedom Road Socialist Organization members. Has been to Cuba at least 4 times.



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Earlier:

https://nehandaradio.com/2011/11/12/zimbabwe-buys-20-000-ak-47s-from-china/
Zimbabwe buys 20 000 AK-47’s from China
On Nov 12, 2011

By Lance Guma

A Southern African bulletin focusing on political and economic intelligence issues is reporting that the Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF) has taken delivery of “the first of several consignments of Chinese small arms and equipment.”

The southernafricareport.com says that the consignment has been negotiated by Defence Minister Emerson Mnangagwa and includes 20,000 AK-47 automatic rifles, uniforms, 12-15 trucks and about 21,000 pairs of handcuffs. With elections said to be looming next year the development is set to generate a lot of concern.

China has been supplying Mugabe’s regime with weapons for some time, especially after western governments imposed an arms embargo over ZANU PF’s gross human rights abuses. In 2008 six container-loads of small arms and equipment, destined for Zimbabwe aboard the China Ocean Shipping Company vessel the An Yue Jiang, were blocked from being unloaded in Durban by South African trade unions.



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